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[Photograph: OHPG0388]

Description: Bartlett Family Harold U, Eva Maude, and sons Chester, Edward, Charley, Ellsworth, Martin and Merrill
Date: 1924~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0246]

Description: Picture of Mannford School Class of 1924
Date: 1924
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph 2015.239.2429]

Description: Photograph of the July 4, 1924 dedication of the Doughboy statue in Enid, OK. The statue was commissioned by the Enid Daughters of the American Revolution chapter to honor all men of Garfield County who fought in World War I. In 1994, the statue was rededicated in a new location at Grand and Maine Streets, on the library lawn. Artist was William Ahern and Steven Augustus Rebeck was the sculptor.
Date: 1924
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

President Harding Memorial Service

Description: Photograph of a Memorial Service for President Harding, 1924. L to R: 1. Herman Asanap, Interpreter; 2. Quassya; 3. Millet Hoykoybitty; Bealyor, his wife, stands at his left rear; 4. Mrs. Chief Yellow Wolf; Dancing at far left, front row, Mam-Sook-A-Wat.
Date: 1924~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

First National Bank of Moore

Description: Photograph of the interior of the First National Bank of Moore, Moore, OK, c. 1924.
Date: 1924~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Osage Indians

Description: Photograph of the presentation of certificate from President Calvin Coolidge to the Osage Tribe, Pawhuska, OK, October 14, 1924. View includes Paul Red Eagle and Charley Whitehorn.
Date: October 14, 1924
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Everett Haynes

Description: Photograph of Everett Haynes on his horse Epinard, "The greatest horse in the world.", c. 1924.
Date: 1924~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The ground Cracca, Virginia

Description: Photograph of Standing around the ground Cracca, Virginia
Date: August 27, 1924
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Burgess men on horseback

Description: Photograph of Burgess men on horseback
Date: September 25, 1924
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Grave of Edward Burgess

Description: Photograph of Grave of Edward Burgess Creek Indian. Born in 1880. Died in 1923
Date: September 25, 1924
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Goodland Mission

Description: Photograph of the Goodland Mission student body, Hugo, OK. Photo by Conrad D Hardt, Hugo, OK, c. 1924-1925.
Date: 1924~/1925~
Creator: Hardt, Conrad D.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

U.S.S. Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of USCM men on the U. S. S. Oklahoma in Port Townsend, WA, c. 1924.
Date: 1924~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

U.S.S. Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of a soda fountain aboard the U. S. S. Oklahoma, c. 1924.
Date: 1924~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

U.S.S. Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of the removal of a 14 inch gun from the U. S. S. Oklahoma in the Bremerton Navy Yard, Bremerton, WA, c. 1924.
Date: 1924~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

U.S.S. Oklahoma

Description: Photograph looking AFT' at the U. S. S. Oklahoma in Port Angeles, WA, c. 1924.
Date: 1924~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The D YAD, (Dryad)

Description: Photograph of The d yad, (Dryad)
Date: September 10, 1924
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Indians play ball

Description: Photograph of "The pole around which the Indians playball.
Date: September 6, 1924
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

First National Bank of Moore

Description: Photograph of the exterior of the First National Bank of Moore, Moore, OK, c. 1924.
Date: 1924~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Celia Berryhill

Description: Photograph of Celia Berryhill
Date: August 1924
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Wah-Ko-He-Kah, Catherine Wah-Bow-Tah-O-Keah, and Ne-Wal-La

Description: Photograph of L to R: Wah-Ko-He-Kah, Catherine Wah-Bow-Tah-O-Keah, and Ne-Wal-La (George W Allen). Ne-Wal-La prepared to serve as marshal for a parade by appointment from Chief Fred Lookout, October 14, 1924.
Date: October 14, 1924
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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