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"The White House"

Description: Photograph of "The writer's latest picture of the main entrance to the 'White House' grounds (at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK). The photo was taken about three years ago." Photo by E.H. Borg, November 1, 1963.
Date: November 1, 1963
Creator: Borg, E. H.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

101 Ranch

Description: Photograph of the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, c. 1926.
Date: 1926~
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

101 Ranch

Description: Photograph of a group at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK.
Date: unknown
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bessie Herburg

Description: Photograph of Bessie Herburg (Mrs. Marshal Blackwell), "an Oklahoma Cowgirl", at a store in White Eagle, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bill McKinley

Description: Photograph of Bill McKinley, third from the left, and other young Osage Indians at a recent rodeo at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bill McKinley

Description: Photograph of Bill McKinley and the horse, which he refused $1,000 dollars for, at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Casket and Funeral Layout for Joe Miller

Description: Photograph of the casket and funeral layout for Joe Miller, on the south steps of the "White House" at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, October 24, 1927.
Date: October 24, 1927
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Indian Orators

Description: Photograph of Indian Orators on the porch of the "White House" and Joe C. Miller's horse during the funeral for Joe Miller at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, October 24, 1927.
Date: October 24, 1927
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Joe C. Miller and Ben Hur

Description: Photograph of Joe C. Miller and Ben Hur, his Arabian stallion, at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Pedro

Description: Photograph of Pedro, Joe C. Miller's horse, at Miller's death, the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK, October 1927.
Date: October 21, 1927
Creator: Dillion, Vincent
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

101 Ranch

Description: Photograph of an oblique aerial view of the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch Headquarters, near Ponca City, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

101 Ranch

Description: Photograph of the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

101 Ranch Event

Description: Photograph of a 101 Ranch Event during an Oklahoma Bankers Association Convention, c. 1930-1934. "The bankers pulled a near bonehead when they voted to permit Col. Joe Miller, of the 101 Ranch, to shoot."
Date: 1930~/1934~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

101 Ranch Pullmans of Fire

Description: Photograph of 101 Ranch Pullmans of Fire in Gainesville, GA.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

101 Ranch Wheel Club Members

Description: Photograph of 101 Ranch Wheel Club Members. L to R: back: George W. Miller, Jr.; Henry Tate; Thomas R. Brown; Will A. Brooks; Louis McDonald; George L. Miller; Frank Overton; Dan Feary; W.K. Rogers; Troy Vassar; T.O. Manning; Frank Hendon; And J.O. Weldon. Front Row: Frank Wigton; Jerry Drake (Visitors); William H. Vanselous; Frank Hogan; W.E. Seamans; and Thomas Crook.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

1923 Salt Fork River Flood

Description: Photograph taken from the top of the "White House" at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK, looking southwest, during the 1923 Salt Fork River Flood, June 1923.
Date: June 21, 1923
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

1923 Salt Fork River Flood

Description: Photograph taken from the top of the "White House" at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK, looking at the store, upper left, and barns, during the 1923 Salt Fork River Flood, June 1923.
Date: June 21, 1923
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

1923 Salt Fork River Flood

Description: Photograph of women being rescued from the porch of the "White House" at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK, during the 1923 Salt Fork River Flood, June 1923.
Date: June 21, 1923
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

1923 Salt Fork River Flood

Description: Photograph taken from the top of the "White House" at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK, looking southwest, during the 1923 Salt Fork River Flood, June 1923.
Date: June 21, 1923
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

African-Americans

Description: Photograph of African-Americans roustabouts, of the 101 Ranch Show "Busted," getting home to a watermelon feed, July 1931.
Date: July 21, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

African-Americans Roustabouts

Description: Photograph of African-Americans roustabouts, of the 101 Ranch Show "Busted," getting home to a watermelon feed, July 1931.
Date: July 21, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bessie Herburg

Description: Photograph of Bessie Herburg (Mrs. Marshal Blackwell), "an Oklahoma Cowgirl", at the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch, near Ponca City, OK. Photo by Vincent Dillion, Fairfax, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Billie Keen

Description: Photograph of Billie Keen performing in a 101 Ranch Show.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society