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Lawton, OK

Description: Photograph of an aerial view of Lawton, OK.
Date: 1916~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Park Scenes in Enid, Oklahoma

Description: Photograph of two different photos of scenes in parks in Enid, Oklahoma. This photo was taken from a Phillips University Bulletin, "Pictorial number July 1914."
Date: 1914
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Mrs. M. L. Carter

Description: Portrait photograph of Mrs. M. L. Carter. She was a W.C.T.U. member and Club worker in Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory.
Date: 1903
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Portrait Photo of Two Cheyenne Men

Description: Portrait of two Cheyenne men taken in 1896. White Turtle (Harold Little Medicine) is on the left. Edward Yellow Calf (Prairie Chicken) is on the right.
Date: 1896
Creator: Stevenson Art Gallery
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Washington Summers

Description: Portrait photograph of Washington Summers
Date: [1899..1928]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Portrait Photo of Two Cheyenne Men

Description: Portrait photograph of two Cheyenne Indians taken c. 1896. Foxtail is standing on the left. Eagle Nest is standing on the right.
Date: 1896
Creator: Stevenson, H. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Thomas Hall, Arapaho, as infant

Description: Portrait photograph of Thomas Hall, Arapaho, as an infant. He is on a cradleboard. The photo was taken c. 1895-1898.
Date: 1895~/1898~
Creator: Wallace, E. E. or his successor, Stephenson
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Black Lodge and wife, Arapaho Indians

Description: Portrait photograph of Black Lodge and his wife, Arapaho Indians. Both of them are standing.
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Stevenson, H. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Alonzo Cholepah

Description: Photograph of Alonzo Cholepah, an Apache brave, ready for the dance. He was in his 50s at the time.
Date: [..1918-05]
Creator: Bates, Edward
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Judge Mitchell

Description: Portrait photograph of Judge Mitchell.
Date: 1904
Creator: S-H Eng.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Arapaho Child

Description: Portrait photograph of young Arapaho girl standing in traditional clothing.
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Stevenson Art Gallery
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Frank Bellamy

Description: Portrait photograph of Frank Bellamy who was the Lieutenant Governor in 1898.
Date: 1898
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Reverend Henry L. Cloud

Description: Portrait photograph of Reverend Henry L. Cloud, a Cherokee Indian, who was the only Indian member of the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention from the old Oklahoma Territory.
Date: 1907~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Mrs. Jonas Haag and Mrs. Clara Prose Burges

Description: Portrait photograph of Mrs. Jonas Haag (Digger Haag), wife of Frederick Haag, and Mrs. Clara Prose Burges. The women are both standing, wearing traditional clothing, and both have a small child on their back.
Date: 1898
Creator: Stevenson, H. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Arapaho Indians Including Nancy Lee (North)

Description: Portrait photograph of a group of Arapaho Indians. There is a woman and three children. The woman is Nancy Lee (North).
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Stevenson, H. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

S. D. Deiker

Description: Portrait photograph of S. D. Deiker who was a teacher and the oldest lawyer in Sapulpa, Oklahoma, at the time this postcard was printed c. 1910 - 1918.
Date: [..1910]
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Willie & Effie Fletcher

Description: Portrait photograph of Willie and Effie Fletcher, Cheyenne Indians.
Date: 1896~
Creator: Stevenson, H. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Eagle White, Arapaho Indian

Description: Portrait photograph of Eagle White, an Arapaho Indian, on the right. The man on the left is unknown. Both men are standing.
Date: 1898~
Creator: Stevenson, H. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A. R. Hickman

Description: Portrait photograph of A. R. Hickman.
Date: [1899..1928]
Creator: Donnan, Hugh
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Knotleetla, Apache Indian

Description: Photograph of Knotleetla, an Apache Indian woman. She was 105 years old when the photo was taken. It appears that there is a building in the background. Knotleetla was a cousin of Geronimo and the mother of Jason Betsinez. This is a postcard that was printed c. 1926-1939.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Portrait Photo of Two Cheyenne Indians

Description: Portrait photograph of two Cheyenne Indians taken c. 1896-1900. Inez is standing on the left. John Bull is seated on the right.
Date: [1896..1900]
Creator: Stevenson Art Gallery
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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