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[Photograph: OHPG0629]

Description: Mannford High School names as (Front Row L-R) Robert Cadenhead, Charlie Woodruff, Vernon McKinney, Eddie Cuberson, Carl Dyer, Helen Duncan, (Middle Row) Raymond Holmes, Ellsworth Withers, Luther Robbins, Unknown, Cornelia Coonrod, Ruby Hesterlee, Ruby Winans, (top Row) Enola Green, Gladys Nance, Pearl Hooper, Teacher Unknpwn, Lucy Hesterlee, Cleo Taylor, James Ervin, Byron Parks,
Date: 1917~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0576]

Description: Following a robbery at the Keystone Bank, local residents put together a posse to try and capture the perpetrators. Front Row L-R Clyde Yarbrough, Bertie Bookout, Back Row L-R Pete Ackley, Murrel Zickefoose, Sherman Ackley, Ira Stephens, Monroe Stephens, Fritz Staley, Alyum Comstock, Reed Ackley and Albert Bookout.
Date: 1915~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0387]

Description: Bartlett Garage in Old Mannford which was run by Fuzzy located at the south end of Manin Street and later owned by Floyd Johnson. It later became the Applegate Feed Store and then an ice house
Date: 1911~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Photograph: OHPG0361]

Description: Outside the Wilson Ranch are ; A carpenter, Bob Powell’s wife, photographer’s wife, Bob Powell, Joe Ward, Shorty Lindsey, Ernest Ihrig, M.W. Alexander, the dog “Cowboy”.
Date: 1919~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Postcard: OHPG0346]

Description: Postcard mailed to Arch Stoneman from Frank Petitt showing three men inside of Frank's shop in Prineville, Oregon. Text: "This is a portion of Frank's little shop, with Frank and Estus, and the other man is un-known to me."
Date: March 22, 1910
Creator: Petitt, Frank
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society
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