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Travis Franklin Hensley

Description: Photograph of Travis Franklin Hensley, father of Claude E. Hensley, c. 1905-1939.
Date: 1905~/1939~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Travis Franklin Hensley

Description: Photograph of Travis Franklin Hensley, President of the Oklahoma Press Association(1893-1894), editor - publisher El Reno Democrat, c. 1905-1939.
Date: 1905~/1939~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

First Methodist Church

Description: Photograph of the original First Methodist Church in Oklahoma City, OK, c. 1905-1939.
Date: 1905~/1939~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Travis Franklin Hensley

Description: Photograph of Travis Franklin Hensley, Special Pension Examiner. Photo by Ware, Quincy, IL, c. 1886.
Date: 1886~
Creator: Ware
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Travis Franklin Hensley

Description: Photograph of Travis Franklin Hensley, member of the House of Representatives(1915), and State Senator (1916-1918), c. 1905-1939.
Date: 1905~/1939~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

B. R. Grimes Ranch

Description: Photograph of a "Chuck wagon on a roundup at the B. R. Grimes Ranch, Clark County, KS, Cowboys eating around the fire - L to R: 6. Java Fritzlin 7. Loe Stienbaugh 10. Percy Walden, his wagon is behind 11. (Front) Jess McKinney 12. (Back) 15. Vance Lackky 17. (Front) 18. (Back) Billy Lucas 21. E. D. Gurrier - F. H. Steele's buggy at top left, c. 1905-1939.
Date: 1905~/1939~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cattle Herd

Description: Photograph of men rounding up a cattle herd in Western Oklahoma, c. 1905-1939.
Date: 1905~/1939~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cattle Herd

Description: Photograph of men rounding up a cattle herd, c. 1905-1939.
Date: 1905~/1939~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Covered Wagon

Description: Photograph of a drawing of a covered wagon, built by E. M. Terry, c. 1905-1939.
Date: 1905~/1939~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery

Description: Photograph of William N. Wheeler, third from the left, and John Bush, sixth from the left, with other members of the Union's 2nd Ohio Heavy Artillery Unit's Reunion, c. 1905-1939.
Date: 1905~/1939~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society