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Oklahoma City Street Fair

Description: Photograph of a scene at an Oklahoma City street fair between October 10 through 15 in 1898. Men stand near tables of produce with a banner above reading "Fruit in this Exhibit Grown in Oklahoma."
Date: October 10, 1898
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sleep, an Arapaho

Description: Portrait photograph of an Arapaho man named Sleep.
Date: [1890..1916]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Creek Charles Gibson

Description: Studio photograph of Creek Charles Gibson of Eufaula, Indian Territory.
Date: [1890..1916]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Land Run Strippers

Description: Street scene in unknown town. Handwritten description: Strippers on Thursday before opening 1893 (Sept). Strippers refers to settlers who gathered on the Oklahoma-Kansas border prior to the land run into the Cherokee Strip. The town is likely in Kansas.
Date: 1893
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Denis W. Bushyhead

Description: Studio photograph of Cherokee Denis W. Bushyhead.
Date: [1899..1928]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Frank H. Greer

Description: Studio photograph of Frank H. Greer in Guthrie, O.T.
Date: [1899..1928]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Settlers' Dugout Home

Description: Photograph of a dugout home in northwestern Oklahoma that was abandoned by settlers.
Date: [1890..1916]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Choctaw Tent

Description: Photograph of a Choctaw tent.
Date: [1890..1916]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

J. A. Bunch Saloon

Description: Photograph of the J. A. Bunch Saloon, in Grand, Oklahoma. Two men and a horse are outside.
Date: [1890..1916]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cavalry Drill at Pond Creek in Grant County

Description: Photograph of a cavalry drill at Pond Creek in Grant County around the time of the Land Opeining on September 19, 1893.
Date: September 19, 1893
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sarah Ann White Jamison

Description: Portrait photograph of Sarah Ann White Jamison.
Date: [1890..1916]
Creator: Ottnat & Fish
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Nuyaka Mission Buildings

Description: Nuyaka Mission school buildings. The mission was a boarding school for Creek Indian boys and girls. The mission was established by Alice Mary Robertson at the request of the Creek Indian Council, and initially operated by the Presbyterian Church. The mission was located in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. Photo is dated Oct, 1891.
Date: 1891
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

E.D. Cameron

Description: Portrait photograph of E.D. Cameron who was the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Date: [1899..1928]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Frances Osborne of Crescent

Description: Portrait photograph of Frances Osborne of Crescent, Oklahoma.
Date: [1890..1916]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

In Line at the U.S. Land Office in Perry

Description: Men in line to file land claims at the U.S. land office in Perry, Oklahoma on September 28th 1893 at 9 o'clock in the morning.
Date: September 28, 1893
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Creek Woman with a Child

Description: Studio photograph of a Muscogee (Creek) woman posing with a young girl.
Date: [1890..1916]
Creator: Barde, Frederick S.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Patrick J. Hurley

Description: Photograph of Patrick J. Hurley who was an attorney for the Choctaw Nation from Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Date: [1890..1916]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Dr. O. G. Chase

Description: Portrait photograph of Dr. O. G. Chase, a Congressional Delegate from the Cimarron Territory.
Date: [1890..1916]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

I. N. Davis and Wife

Description: Photograph of I. N. Davis and his wife taken in Sapulpa, Indian Territory.
Date: [1890..1916]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Nuyaka Mission Boarding School

Description: Boys, girls and teachers at the Nuyaka Mission Boarding School for Creek Indian boys and girls. Photo is dated Oct, 1891. The mission was located in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, approximately 15 miles west of the town of Okmulgee. The mission was established by Alice Mary Robertson at the request of the Creek Indian Council, and initially operated by the Presbyterian Church.
Date: 1891
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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