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Boomers

Description: Photograph with the wording “Harold Gatty (left) hands microphone to Wiley Post, ‘You Tell ‘Em.’ World Fliers at Chicago, Illinois, July 25th, 1931.”
Date: July 25, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Postcard 1975.178.1333]

Description: " Float in parade 1931, post card 8.5 x 14 cm " Condition : good " little faded . Ten young people on back of truck covered with tree branches. Library in background. On Back : Mrs. McCubbin's float - Pat Pratt, Betty Plumer, Dorothy Jean Lobsitz, Mary Lindeman, Jerry Davis, Bonnie Dotts, Joyce Yeager, Billie Bays. " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: GIRLS EDUCATION FLOAT
Date: 1931
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1325]

Description: " Parade Float, post card 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Condition : good , Decorated truck, young men riding on top and fenders in Indian Headress. Young lady on back dated 11-6-31 . " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: TRUCK, PIONEER WOMAN FLOAT
Date: 1931
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1327]

Description: " Parade Folat on truck 11-6-31, Enright Studio, post card 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Condition : good - " little faded. Seven people on decorated truck dressed as pilgrims. " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: CHILDREN & MAN ON TRUCK Supplemental description by Peggy Haxton: Behind the truck are several boys carrying a sign that reads "OKLAHOMA / HISTORY / PERRY JUNIOR HIGH
Date: 1931
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1323]

Description: " Parade band on library corner of square dated 11-6-31, Enright Studio, post card 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Condition : good, little faded. " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: MARCHING BAND, FLAG BEARER
Date: 1931
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Photograph 2012.201.OVZ001.0126]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Oklahoma City Times newspaper. Caption: "Framed in the steel of the Biltimore, the latest skyline challenger of Oklahoma City, are the First National Bank building's 33 stories, and the Ramsey building across the street, as seen by the riveters on the hotel on Grand Avenue. This photograph, taken from the eighteenth floor of the 26-story Biltmore, caught the steel men just before they moved up a couple of floors, with the upright, white lines of the twin skyscrapers forming a fascinatingbackground."
Date: 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 2012.201.OVZ001.9126]

Description: Photograph used for a story in the Oklahoma City Times newspaper. Caption: "Map shows the Post-Gatty flight up to date (broken line), the raminder of their route, (solid line) and how the flight stands with relation to its ten-day time schedule. With the north pole as a center, the route is divided into ten sections, with the day on which the fliers must be in each section to maintain their schedule shown in the map margin."
Date: 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Route 66

Description: Photograph of crossing Padre Canyon at the edge of the Grand Canyon off of Route 66 in Arizona. Printed by Madsen, Chicago, IL, October 24, 1931.
Date: October 24, 1931
Creator: Madsen
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Oklahoma-Texas Bridge War

Description: Photograph of Troops Guard End of Bridge in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Entrance to the Denison, TX-Durant, OK, Red River Toll Bridge Patrolled By Oklahoma National Guardsmen in Martial Law area ordered by Gov. W. H. Murray to prevent passage over the structure as result of row with Texas over the latter closing a parallel free bridge." - July 25, 1931 - (Top Photo)
Date: July 25, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Frank Phillips

Description: Photograph of "Woolaroc: When The Chief Of The Osages Made The Informal Acceptance Of Frank Phillips, As An Honorary Member Of The Osage Tribe, The Formal Acceptance And Ceremony Followed After The Council Passed A Resolution March 13, 1931." L to R: Seated: 1. Mrs. Standing Bear, Sr. 2. Chief Matlock, Pawnee; 3. UNIDENTIFIED, 4. Col. Zack Miller, 5. Gordon Lillie "Pawnee Bill", 6. UNIDENTIFIED, 7. Frank Phillips Holding Jean Standing Bear's Baby in Cradle, 8. Francis Revard, 9. UNIDENTIFIED, 10. James Tayrien, Standing: 1. Mary Bighorse Turley, 2-5. Unidentified, 6. Pah-Sa-To-Pah, 7. Pete Big Horse, 8. Mary Lookout Standing Bear, Jr., 9. Jean Standing Bear, 10. UNIDENTIFIED, 11. Mrs. Julia Lookout, 12. John Abbot, 13. Pendleton Strike Axe, 14. Anderson Bighorse, 15. Andrew Turley.
Date: March 13, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Paul A. Walker

Description: Photograph of Paul A. Walker, Commissioner 1931-1934. Photo by Harris & Ewing. Copy by Josef Paseovitch, Oklahoma City, OK.
Date: 1931~/1934~
Creator: Harris & Ewing
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Route 66

Description: Photograph of Pines in the Woods Tourist Camp, 2 miles west of Williams, Arizona off of Route 66. Printed by Madsen, Chicago, IL, October 24, 1931.
Date: October 24, 1931
Creator: Madsen
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Oklahoma-Texas Bridge War

Description: Photograph of 'They Shall Not Pass' says W. W. Sterling, Adjutant General of Texas, in white trousers and holding a Winchester rifle 30-30. While on his left is Texas Ranger Captain Tom Hickman. They are keeping watch on the Denison-Durant free bridge over the Red River, to see that no Oklahoma motorist runs through the barricade. On Sterling's right are two more Texas rangers, L to R: J. P. Huddleston and W. H. Kirby. So far no blood at the bridge on the Texas side." July 20, 1931. - Photo credit: International Chicago.
Date: July 20, 1931
Creator: International Chicago
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Frank Phillips

Description: Photograph of Honorary Osage Member Frank Phillips, at the Woolaroc, next to a copy of the Resolution passed March 13, 1931, granting his affiliation with the Osage Tribe.
Date: March 13, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Frank Phillips

Description: Photograph of Honorary Osage Member Frank Phillips, at the Woolaroc, next to a copy of the Resolution passed March 13, 1931, granting his affiliation with the Osage Tribe.
Date: March 13, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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