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[Plaque About Salt]

Description: Photograph of an information plaque at home site describing a 19th-century Salt Works and Sequoyah.
Date: 198X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Person- Polaroid

Description: Photograph of Mr. and Mrs. George Ross in 1987 (NEVA) taken with a polaroid camera.
Date: June 13, 1987
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sallisaw

Description: Photograph of a building with Jessie, Debra, and Ema Crawford taken in the 1900s.
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ashbrook and Riggs

Description: Photograph of Earle, Robbie, Mr. and Mrs. Ashbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Riggs, and Earle J.N. M.D. in the early 1900's.
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Work Life

Description: Photograph of a man and a woman in an office working at desks. The woman is taking notes on a typewriter.
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Stuck in Sallisaw

Description: Photograph of a 1900's car stuck in the mud with the caption. "Here is the place where I hesitate the longest. I believe I am stuck."
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Oklahoma Rural News

Description: Photograph of a building during the 1900's. It was an Oklahoma Rural News photo.
Date: 190X
Creator: Oklahoma Rural News
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cherokee Street

Description: Photograph of buildings on Cherokee Street looking east in Sallisaw, Oklahoma.
Date: 190X
Creator: Wallace
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Person- Tintype

Description: Photograph on tintype (melainotype or ferrotype) of a man in a suit posing for a portrait.
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Foreman's Ford, Sallisaw, OK

Description: Photograph of P.T. & T Picnic - Foreman's Ford in Sallisaw, Oklahoma on 17 July 1910. The following people are in the picture: 1) Ruth [...], 2) Miss Leah, 3) Miss Grace, 4) Mr. Slainer, 5) Adda Jinkins, 6) Mr. Planto, 7) Mrs. Planto, 8) Addie Henderson, 9) Frank Rosson, 10) Jennie Scruggs, 11) H. Ashbrook, 12) Mr. Billingsby, 13) Mrs. Billingsby
Date: July 17, 1910
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Construction Company of Sallisaw

Description: Photograph of C.F. Bloucher's Construction Gang in Sallisaw, Oklahom taken on 18 Nov. 1909.
Date: November 18, 1909
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Pioneer Telephone

Description: Photograph of Hutchason Crew Pioneer Telephone Company of Sallisaw, Oklahoma posing in a line next to a giant spindle of wire (right) and a wagon pulled by a pair of horses (left). Text on the bottom of the photo says, "Hutchason Crew, Pioneer Telephone Co. Sallisaw, Okla, October 25th, 1910."
Date: October 25, 1910
Creator: Wallace
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Woman in Farmyard]

Description: Photograph of a man on a horse drawn buggy.
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Town Life

Description: Photograph of working men taking a picture posted at various points on a pole with a man on a horse drawn wagon below.
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sallisaw

Description: Photograph of where Sallisaw finds pure water. It is in Sallisaw, Oklahoma.
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Webber Falls

Description: Photograph of W.C. Ashbrook, W.H. Johnson, and Lester Rummel restoring Sewill over the Arkansas River as Webber Falls with the Meg A Steam ferry boat.
Date: 1912
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sallisaw

Description: Photograph of Peare, Carrie, Bon, and Faye in 1900's.
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Dwight Presbyterian Mission

Description: Photograph of the sign for the Dwight Presbyterian Mission relocated in May 1829.
Date: 190X
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sallisaw Picture

Description: Photograph of men posing for a picture on a raised porch outside a wooden building. They are identified in no particular order: Geo Faulkner, Jessie Harkunder, Windy Allen, Bill Reed, Roger Emysminger, Bob Duty, George Hoos, Sam Halter, Ray Duty, John Wicket, Buffort Tuck, Anereer Smith, Frank Duncan, and Wm. Fine.
Date: March 5, 1936
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society