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61. Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma circa 1917-1918 Exterior view of soldiers lined up by tents. Identified as "Waiting For Inoculation Against Typhoid. Camp Doniphan, Okla." Camp Doniphan was located at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Battery A was sent there for...

62. Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma circa 1917-1918 Exterior view of soldiers marching. Identified on postcard as: "Infantry on Hike. Camp Doniphan, Okla." Camp Doniphan was located at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Battery A was sent there for World War I training....

63. Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma Camp Doniphan, Oklahoma circa 1917-1918 Exterior view of barracks and tents, identified on the postcard as "Camp Doniphan, Okla." The camp was located at Fort Sill, Oklahoma and Battery A was sent there for military training for World War I....

64. Campbell's Abstract of Seminole Indian Census Cards and Index, 1925 Campbell's Abstract of Seminole Indian Census Cards and Index, 1925 1925 Book of listings of Seminole Indians from a 1925 census of the "Union Agency, Muskogee, Oklahoma."

65. Captain Dick Yeager, Guerrilla, Part II Captain Dick Yeager, Guerrilla, Part II March//1974 Biographical article about Richard Yeager, or Dick Yeager, a Confederate officer and Bushwhacker with William Quantrill in western Missouri being mortally wounded in 1863 (dying that year or the next)...

66. Carleton Coon and Other Members of the Nighthawks Carleton Coon and Other Members of the Nighthawks June 1923 Exterior view, on a road in Oklahoma and identified from left to right as Carleton Coon, Carl Nordberg, Pop Estep, and Harry Williams. The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks on their way to Oklahoma City to perform....

67. Charles O. Rogers Charles O. Rogers Circa 1942 Portrait of Charles O. Rogers, a Boatswain's Mate 2nd Class in the U. S. Coast Guard. Rogers was born on December 14, 1907, in Okmulgee, Oklahoma to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Rogers. The Rogers family moved...

68. Charles Wilson Charles Wilson March 2, 1975 Biographical article about Charles Banks Wilson, or Charles Wilson, an artist of murals at the Oklahoma state capitol.

69. Chester A. Reynolds and the Cowboy Hall of Fame Chester A. Reynolds and the Cowboy Hall of Fame 2005 Chester A. Reynolds, President of the H. D. Lee Company in Kansas City, Missouri, called the first meeting to discuss the building of the Cowboy Hall of Fame on January 20, 1955. Reynolds was born in 1887...

70. Chief Geronimo, Apache Chief Geronimo, Apache 1899 Reproduction of a portrait painting of Apache Chief Geronimo, by E.A. Burbank. Fort Sill, O.T. [Oklahoma Territory], 1898.

71. Chorus of Praise Rises for Unsung Hero Chorus of Praise Rises for Unsung Hero February/11/2000 File containing a photo and biographical article about Florastine Burr, "one of five national winners of the 2000 Kraft/NAACP Community Service Award." Born in Oklahoma about 1922 and coming to Kansas...

72. Civil War and the Ozarks Civil War and the Ozarks 1990s Pictorial map diagramming major troop movements and locating battle sites, burned towns, military headquarters and outposts, bushwhackers, and agricultural communes in southern Missouri, northwest Arkansas...

73. Claude Claude February/March, 1997 Brief article describing the life and musical career of Claude "Fiddler" Williams. Williams, originally from Muskogee, Oklahoma, first played the mandolin, banjo and cello, before he switched to violin...

74. Claude ''Fiddler'' Williams 1908-2004, 'He Lived For His Music' Claude ''Fiddler'' Williams 1908-2004, 'He Lived For His Music' April 26, 2004 Claude "Fiddler" Williams, local jazz musician, died April 25, 2004, at Research Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri. He was a jazz violinist for more than 75 years, attaining global acclaim. At the...

75. Cole Younger and Frank James Were Good Friends of Mine Cole Younger and Frank James Were Good Friends of Mine February/15/1959 File containing an article with photos (not of Starr or Swope) mentioning Belle Starr and Thomas Swope as acquaintances of Harry Hoffman, former Jackson County marshal. Mention of Swope as the victim of...

76. Columbian Steel Tank Company Columbian Steel Tank Company Promotional postcard from the Columbian Steel Tank Co

77. Comanche Brave (one who fears nothing) Comanche Brave (one who fears nothing) ca. 1890s Studio portrait of a Comanche brave identified as "One Who Fears Nothing." The print is on a boudoir card mount, produced by Lenny & Sawyers Indian Views, Purcell, Oklahoma.

78. Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Tour Incident Coon-Sanders Nighthawks Tour Incident June 1923 View of Nighthawks fording a stream trying to get to their first road trip engagement in Oklahoma City. Heavy rains had made road travel difficult. Individual members in view are not identified nor exact...

79. Correct Map of Oklahoma and Indian Territories Correct Map of Oklahoma and Indian Territories ca. 1901 Map of Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory. Railroad lines, counties, and Indian jurisdictions (Osage, Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache) are shown. The following Indian nations are shown in Indian Territory:...

80. Court may have to rule on Sunflower claim Court may have to rule on Sunflower claim September/12/2002 Article describing the recent claims of the Shawnee Indian tribe to some 9,000 acres of the former Sunflower Army Ammunition Plant. The Shawnee, now a 1,300 member tribe based in Fairland, Oklahoma, base...