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John F. Brown, Jr.

Description: Photograph of young boy standing with legs wide apart, holding a stickball stick in each hand, feather in hair, three horizontal stripes of paint on each cheek, loin-cloth and neck cloth. Boy is identified as John F. Brown, Jr.(son of Lewis Carl Brown and Golda Donaghey), born August 27, 1921; grandson of Governor John Frippo Brown (1842 - 1919)- the last principal chief of the Seminole Nation before Oklahoma Statehood and the great-grandson of Chief John Jumper (1820 - 1896), also grand-nephew of Alice Brown Davis, first woman chief of the Seminole Nation. John F. Brown, Jr. enlisted as a member of the Oklahoma National Guard in 1938, served in the 45th Division, and enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1940. Sergeant Brown died in action in Sicilia, Italy, July12,1943; received the Order of the Purple Heart (See Oklahoma War Memorial WWII, Part III, page 147).
Date: 1925~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Mt. Zion Baptist Church

Description: Scan of a postcard showing the Mt. Zion Baptist Church burning, Tulsa, OK.
Date: June 1, 1921
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Court House

Description: Scan of a postcard showing the Court House and Chickasaw Capitol, Tishomingo, OK. Postmarked June 4, 1928.
Date: 1928~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Public Library

Description: Scan of a postcard showing the Public Library, Tulsa, OK. Published by S.H. Kress and Company. Postmarked September 28, 1924.
Date: 1924~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Akdar Temple

Description: Scan of a postcard showing the Akdar Temple, Tulsa, OK. Postmarked June 7, 1928.
Date: 1928~
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 comeā€¦" 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

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