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Billings, OK

Description: Scan of a postcard showing a bird's eye view of Billings, OK. Published by MFG Co., Amelia, OH.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Dr. William B. Brengle

Description: Scan of a postcard showing Dr. William B. Brengle in front of 908 D Street, Perry, OK. Printed c.1925-1930.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Elite Hotel and Café

Description: Scan of a postcard showing the interior of the Elite Hotel and Café, North side of Perry, OK. Published by National Press, Inc., Chicago, IL.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Ponca Squaw and Papoose

Description: Photograph of a Ponca Squaw and Papoose at 101 Ranch in Bliss, OK. Published and copyrighted by H. H. Clarke, Oklahoma City, OK, postmarked October 4, 1911.
Date: October 4, 1911
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Postcard 1975.178.97.838]

Description: Photograph of 5 women riding in an early day automobile that has been decorated for the Flower Parade. They are carrying 2 umbrellas. Behind them are people, houses, and maybe a church.
Date: 1920~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.978.33]

Description: Photographic Postcard: Three women and a girl riding in a buggy pulled by a two white horses. The buggy and horses are decorated with "flowers". A barn in the background says "THE INDIANA BARN / E. A. HAZLETT PROP". At the bottom of the photo in ink is "FLOWER PARADE PERRY OKLA". .
Date: 1903
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.978.34]

Description: Photographic Postcard: KBT GIRLS ON Parade FLOAT
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.978.35]

Description: This is a photograph of four women in a buggy that is decorated for the Flower Parade in Perry. They are carrying umbrellas. A dark horse is pulling the buggy. In the background is a steeple, possibly from the High School.
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.978.36]

Description: This photograph features two women in a buggy, decorated for the Flower Parade. The horse is dark colored and the women have an umbrella for shade. Behind them are buildings including one that could be a church.
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.978.37]

Description: Photograph of 4 women in a buggy that is decorated for the Flower Parade. They are holding 3 umbrellas. The horse pulling the buggy is dark with white harnesses. There is a man in a suit and hat standing beside the horse. Other people are standing behind them.
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.978.39]

Description: Photograph of a parade float. The float is covered with "flowers" and has at least seven children riding in it. One girl appears to be holding reins at the front of the float. The float is being "pulled" by butterflies..
Date: 1920~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.978.40]

Description: Photographic Postcard: Parade; CHILDREN IN CAR FLAG HATS
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.978.41]

Description: This is an early day automobile decorated for the Flower Parade in Perry. There are four women and a boy in the car. A building is being remodeled in the left background. At the right is a man and woman standing under an umbrella. From a copy (1975.178.1318) we know "In car : Dorothy DeLashmutt, Mable Foster, Ethel L. Johnston and Georgia Herndren. " No paperwork was found for this photograph. Information was gathered from a related photo.
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.981]

Description: Ori " Parade Float " Condition : good Description : " 3 1/2 " x 5 1/2 " 2 black horses pulling decorated buggy ( 1 ) man ( Otto Kline ) identified ( 4 ) unidentified " History : Donated by Mary Taylor ( Mrs. Jim ) Supplemental description: GIRLS BUGGY, MEN IN WHITE Back of card says "about 1911".
Date: 1911
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.982]

Description: " Parade Float " Condition : good Description : " 3 1/2 " x 8 " ( 2 ) dark horses pulling ( 3 ) - seated decorated buggy. Mrs. Henry S. Johnston, Mrs. John Knox , Mrs. George Foster, Mrs. S.A. Moore, Mrs. Joe Stout , & Mrs. John A. Hansen " History : Donated by unknown
Date: 1920~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.983]

Description: " Mrs. Ernest Cooper " Condition : good - " little faded " Description : " 31/2 " x 5 1/2 " Mrs. Cooper is mtd on a decorated horse as entry in flower parade " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: GIRL ON HORSE, CROWN, SPEAR On building behind her is "JOHN A. HANSEN / FARM LOANS:"
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.984]

Description: Postcard image of five women in an automobile parade float for Woodruff Merc. Co., covered completely in flowers or decorations. There are two women in the front seats and three in the back; all of the women are wearing decorated hats and two women are holding up decorated parasols. Other people are partially visible in the background.
Date: 1925~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.997]

Description: Photographic Postcard: " Parade Float " Condition : good - " little faded " Description : " 3 " x 4 " ( 4 ) men in decorated buggy , on side " Perry Okla Sept 16 , 1909 , on back P. J. VanSiyke , aged 90 Aug 16 , 1911 " History : Donated by : Kristine Klostermyer Brown Supplemental description: OLDEST CITIZENS, 4 MEN
Date: 1911
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1317]

Description: Original paperwork by OHS staff: " Parade - street scene ; post card colored 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Condition : fair, " little soiled, north side of square, B. J. Woodruff Dry Goods Store sign, crowds on street watching parade " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: "A BUSY DAY IN PERRY OK" and "HAND COLORED" are written at the bottom. The postcard is postmarked 1909, but may be earlier.
Date: 1909
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1318]

Description: Original paperwork by OHS staff: " Parade Float, 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Condition : good - " little faded . In car : Dorothy DeLashmutt, Mable Foster, Ethel L. Johnston and Georgia Herndren. " History : Donated by unknown
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1320]

Description: " Parade Float, post card, 9 x 20.5 cm " Condition : good, " decorated buggy with team of black horses, four young ladies with decorated parsols " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: 4 LADIES IN BUGGY, CHURCH Supplemental description by Peggy Haxton: On the back of the photo in pencil is "Flower Parade / Sept 16 Perry / Mabel Foster"
Date: 1910
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1321]

Description: Photograph Postcard: " Parade Float, post card, 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Condition : good, " decorated buggy pulled by two black horses in tandem, two men holding horses, three young ladies in buggy with parsols. " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: LADIES IN BUGGY, MEN IN WHITE
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1322]

Description: Photographic Postcard: " Parade Float, post card 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Conditon : fair - " dark and blurry , Decorated cart purlled two dark horses in tandem, three men standing, four young ladies in cart. " Woodruff Merc. Co. Float " on back. " History : Donated by unknown
Date: unknown
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[Postcard 1975.178.1323]

Description: " Parade band on library corner of square dated 11-6-31, Enright Studio, post card 8.5 x 13.5 cm " Condition : good, little faded. " History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: MARCHING BAND, FLAG BEARER
Date: 1931
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School
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