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Hennessey, OK

Description: Photograph of the women of the Christian Church Hennessey, OK, clearing away the debris of the burned building, doing the first work toward erecting a new house of worship. Printed by the Art Mfg. Co., Zanesville, OH, postmarked Sept. 17, 1920.
Date: September 17, 1920
Creator: Art Mfg. Co.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

nown town

Description: Postcard with a black-and-white aerial photo of an unidentified town. Text on the back is addressed to Mr. Walter Ferguson, Snyder, OK, handwritten "Are you a democrat still? You seem to be very still"
Date: November 4, 1920
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Three postcards found in the TB Ferguson Home paperwork

Description: Three colored postcards: [1] US Patent Office in Washington DC (with no address or writing), [2 ]Woman holding plate "Community Plate" with text on back addressed to Mrs. Coryell (?) Hitchcock saying, "Water trunk[?] for majestic range is now here", [3] "May your blessings come…" with printed text on the left edge of the back: "Raphael Tuck & Sons' 'Dutch New Year' Postcard Series No. 614. Art publishers to their Majesties The King and Queen" (no correspondence).
Date: 1920
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[Postcard 1975.178.1328]

Description: Original paperwork by OHS staff: " Parade Float on car, post card 8.5 x 13.5 cm ' O.E.S. " Condition : good - " little faded. History : Donated by unknown Supplemental description: A car decorated for the Flower Parade. Four women are probably representing the Order of the Eastern Star.
Date: 1920~
Partner: Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School

[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 1975.178.978.39]

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 1975.178.982]

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
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