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Blackwell, Enid & Southwestern (BES) #6

Description: A photograph print showing the Blackwell, Enid & Southwestern (BES) #6, 4-6-0, on a mixed freight, with visitors standing on train. First train to arrive in Hobart, OK, 1901. The BE&SW was purchased by the SL-SW in 1907. [conflicting photo credit]
Date: 1901
Creator: High, H. E.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Blackwell, Enid & Southwestern (BES) #6

Description: A photograph print showing the Blackwell, Enid & Southwestern (BES) #6, 4-6-0, on a mixed freight, with visitors standing on train. [enlargement of 2008.008.5968A]
Date: 1901
Creator: Walcott, Horace
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

St. Louis & Northern Arkansas (StL&NA) 3

Description: A photograph print of the St. Louis & Northern Arkansas (StL&NA or MNA) 3, 4-6-0 (Dickson 1900), arrived at Harrison, AR, with work train. First engine to run on M&NA rails. Scrapped 1934.
Date: July 1901
Creator: Graves, Ralph L.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Santa Fe (ATSF) 605

Description: A 5 x 7 photograph print showing Santa Fe (ATSF) 605, 2-6-0 (BLW) builder's photo, 1901, rebuilt as a 0-8-0 in the Topeka shops in April 1928 [see 2008.008.1624 & 6724].
Date: 1901
Creator: Wood, Sylvan R.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Santa Fe (ATSF) 272

Description: A 5 x 7 photograph print showing Santa Fe (ATSF) 272, 4-6-0 (Schenectady), on an excursion train, derailed three miles north of Stillwater, OK.
Date: 1901
Creator: Wood, Sylvan R.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bradley Wagon (Steam Engine) of Fourth of July Parade

Description: Photograph of a group of men standing in front of a Bradley Wagon (Steam Engine) on the Fourth of July Parade. One of the men is Marquis James. Taken July 13th, 1901.
Date: 1901
Partner: Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center

Palace Livery Feed and Boarding Stable Okeene

Description: Photograph taken from Facebook, "You Know You're from Okeene If..." courtesy of June Griffy: Taken in Okeene, OK appx 1901. The boy in the picture is her grandfather, Orien Clester, who appears to be around six years old. He was born in 1895. The stagecoach driver is a Bedwell. The boarding stable was located either the corner of 5th and E Streets (location of Post Office 2022) or across the street as the Clesters owned both properties at one time. My Great Grandfather S E Clester owned the sta… more
Date: 1901
Partner: Okeene Historical Preservation Group

1901-1902 Scared Heart Institue Group Photo

Description: Photo of primary school students in rows, some secondary students, and nuns and teachers on the side of the building. Panel typing: "Scared Heart Institue Pupils Sisters of Mercy, Reverend Constantine 1901-1902."
Date: 1901/1902
Partner: El Reno Carnegie Library

Areial View of El Reno

Description: Aerial photo looking at a growing town with lots just starting to have houses built with some having tents, the downtown building in the right background, and more. Frontside typing: "El Reno in 1901. Photo taken from atop old Canadian Mill & Elevator Co., Looking north on Choctaw. In rear, center, is old standpipe (water tower) and to right can be Kerfoot hotel and Irving school. Choctaw avenue, with sidewalk on west side, led to Rock Island depot (out of sight near lower left corner.)" Ba… more
Date: 1901
Partner: El Reno Carnegie Library

Rock Island Depot 1901

Description: Photo of the El Reno train depot with a number of people lined up and many having open umbrellas. Front handwriting: "Seen Rock Island Depot Rock Island Depot - 1901." Frontside typing: "Waiting For Train At Old R.I. Station The multitudes who came from the Registration and Drawing of 1901 swamped the railroads, hotels and all other accommodations. Prices of 50(cents) and $1 were paid for sleeping on front porches or in fenced-in yards. Weather was hot and dry throughout and the crowds we… more
Date: 1901
Partner: El Reno Carnegie Library

[Photograph: OHPG0225]

Description: Othaniel and Sarah Reed family walk through Tilley Town, the forerunner of the town of Mannford
Date: 1901~
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

El Reno Land Opening

Description: Photograph of "Where the ladies register for________ at Uncle Sam's lottery for homes, El Reno, Okla."
Date: 1901~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

El Reno Land Opening

Description: Photograph of a street scene in El Reno during Hoke Smith's U.S. Land Lottery drawing homes in the Kiowa-Comanche country.
Date: 1901~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

El Reno Land Opening

Description: Photograph of "another filing booth for homes in El Reno, OK."
Date: 1901~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cement

Description: Photograph of the Cement works at Okarche, OK. The photo is taken from the Report of the Governor of Oklahoma.
Date: 1901~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Mill in Pawnee County, OK

Description: Photograph of an old country mill in Pawnee County. This photograph was taken from the Report of the Governor of Oklahoma.
Date: 1901~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Photograph 1975.178.1372]

Description: Original paperwork by OHS staff: " Parade, street scene. 9.5 x 11.5cm mounting 13.5 x 16cm " Condition : good - " mounting little soiled. Decorated horse - drawn carts and buggies on southeast corner of square. "
Date: 1901~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

Oklahoma City Club Board of Directors

Description: Photograph of the Board of Directors of The Oklahoma City Club, 1901. Top to bottom, left to right: 1. O. D. Kasel, 2. M. C. Milner, 3. MacGregor Douglas, 4. A. H. Classen, 5. Clifton George, 6. C. B. Ames, 7. J. M. Owen, 8. S. C. Heyman.
Date: 1901~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Arapaho Woman

Description: Photograph of "Elk woman," 1901.
Date: 1901~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Fort Smith and Western Railroad

Description: Photograph of Fort Smith and Western's JJ Mahoney's private car, the observation portion with his porter at the table, c. 1901.
Date: 1901~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Lawton, Oklahoma Territory

Description: Photograph of men selling water for one dollar a barrel from a wagon in Lawton, Oklahoma Territory. Photo by Jno. Heeaton, August 10, 1901.
Date: August 10, 1901
Creator: Heeaton, Jno.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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