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Governor Thompson Benton Ferguson

Description: Portrait photograph of Governor Thompson Benton Ferguson. He was governor from 1901-1906.
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Armantrout
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Joseph B. Thoburn

Description: Portrait photograph of Joseph B. Thoburn taken in January 1905.
Date: January 1905
Creator: Armantrout
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Red Bird

Description: Photograph of Red Bird, a Comanche Indian, wearing a dancing regalia and standing beside a teepee. Copyrighted in 1912 by Baker Studio, Lawton, Oklahoma.
Date: 1912~
Creator: Baker Studio
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Fred A. Wagoner

Description: Portrait photograph of Fred A. Wagoner taken in 1905.
Date: 1905
Creator: Bass, Albert A.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Alonzo Cholepah

Description: Photograph of Alonzo Cholepah, an Apache brave, ready for the dance. He was in his 50s at the time.
Date: [..1918-05]
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Comanche Indians Dancing

Description: Photograph of Comanche Indians dancing in response to the dance of welcome by the Kiowa Apaches at an Apache camp near Apache, Oklahoma. Henry Redbone is wearing a roach headdress at the far right.
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Funeral of Quanah Parker

Description: Photograph of funeral gathering for Quanah Parker, Chief of the Comanche Indians. There is a crowd of people around the pallbearers carrying the casket. The funeral took place at Post Oak Mission, near Cache, Oklahoma, on February 24, 1911.
Date: February 24, 1911
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Kiowa Apache Indian Women with Gifts for Comanches

Description: Photograph taken of Kiowa Apache Indian women giving gifts to the their guests, the Comanches. This is a postcard printed c. 1918-1922.
Date: unknown
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Kiowa Apaches Rounding Up Cattle

Description: Photograph of Kiowa Apaches on horseback rounding up cattle near Lawton, Oklahoma Territory. This is a postcard photo taken in 1904. The postcard was printed c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1904
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Quanah Parker Monument in Cemetery

Description: Photograph of monument to Quanah Parker in the Post Oak Indian Mission Cemetery. Quanah Parker was the Chief of the Comanche Indians.
Date: June 23, 1926
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sacred Dance of the Geronimo Apache Indians

Description: Photograph of the Sacred Dance of the Geronimo Apache Indians taken at night. There is a bonfire in the center of the dancing Indians. The photo was taken using a flashlight. The photo was copyrighted in 1910.
Date: 1910
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Tar-sip and Pe-bo, Comanche Indians

Description: Photograph of Tar-sip and Pe-bo, Comanche Indians in dance regalia. Pe-bo is the brother of Old Lady Mah-set-ky.
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Thomas Crow, Sioux Chief

Description: Photograph of Thomas Crow, Sioux Chief, taken beside a teepee in 1910.
Date: 1910
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Isza B. Wheeling

Description: Portrait photograph of Isza B. Wheeling, later she became Mrs. W. C. Fields. Photo taken in May 1888.
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Bergstresser
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Thomas Gore

Description: Portrait photograph of Thomas Gore
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Bonner
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Dr. David Ross Boyd

Description: Portrait photograph of Dr. David Ross Boyd, President of the University of Oklahoma in 1902
Date: 1902
Creator: Brooks, Willis E.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Mrs. John J. Parmater

Description: Portrait photograph of Mrs. John J. Parmater of Sapulpa, Indian Territory in 1907.
Date: 1907
Creator: Chaney
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Old Hospital at Fort Gibson, Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of an old hospital at Fort Gibson that was also used as officers' quarters. The grass area in the foreground has been re-touched.
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Cook, C. C.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Eagle Chief, Pawnee Indian

Description: Portrait photograph of Eagle Chief, a Pawnee Indian. He is wearing traditional clothing and seated in a chair. The photo was printed by the Albertype Company, Brooklyn, NY and copyrighted in 1909.
Date: 1909~
Creator: Cornish, George B.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Osage Chiefs and Council

Description: Photograph of Osage Chiefs and Council. There are thirteen Indians in the photograph.
Date: 1886~
Creator: Cornish, George B.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

White Eagle

Description: Portrait photograph of White Eagle, a Ponca Indian. This is a postcard printed c. 1910-1918.
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Croft, Thomas
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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