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685. Completed dam at Oklahoma State Fish Hatchery, Bryan County No. 2, at Durant. Construction machine in foreground. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

686. Nesting pond for channel catfish at Oklahoma State Fish Hatchery, Bryan County No. 2, at Durant. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

687-688. Entrance to Oklahoma State Fish Hatchery, Bryan County No. 2; Durant, Oklahoma. Photo by Works Progress Administration. Two different Photos.

689. Tempering kettles at Oklahoma State Fish Hatchery, Bryan County No. 2. Durant, Oklahoma. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

690. Low water dam at Talihina Lake, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

691. Low water dam in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

692. Low water bridge, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, crossing a forked stream, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

693-694. Spillway on Madill Lake, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration. Two different photos.

695-697. Low water dam, Latimer County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration. Various photos.

698. Carlton Dam, Oklahoma, view of the dam and lake, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

699. Low water dam across a small stream, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

700. Malaria control ditch under construction, Haileyville, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

701. Malaria control ditch, Broken Bow or Idabel, Oklahoma. Ditch crossed by small bridge, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

702-703. Malaria control ditch, Kiowa, Pittsburg County, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration. Two different photos.

704-705. Fort Towson Cemetery, enclosing wall shown, Works Progress Administration improvement project, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration. Two different photos.

706. Mountain Fork Bridge, southeastern Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

707-709. Bridge over stream in wooded area, small shacks in background. Various photos.

710. Farm to Market bridge, Marshall County, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

711. Highway bridge over the South Canadian River, approach missing, Norman.

712. A road being built in a rural area.

713. Cars parked on a rural road, men outside.

714. Boswell Lake, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

715. Lookout post at Lake Murray State Park, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

716-718. Various photos of Lake Murray, Lake Murray State Park, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photos by Works Progress Administration.

719. Tucker Tower, Lake Murray State Park, Oklahoma, overlooking the lake, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

720. Community Building, Lake Murray State Park, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo Works Progress Administration.

721. Stone house.

722. Shelter house, Lake Murray State Park, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

723. Administration Building, Lake Murray State Park, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

724. Lake Clayton, Oklahoma. View of the lake through trees, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

725. Lake Clayton, Oklahoma. Men working on the spillway, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

726. Low water dam under construction at Lake Clayton, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

727. Schooler Lake, Oklahoma. Picture taken at night, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

728. Fourche Maline Creek in Robber's Cave State Park, Latimer County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

729. Krebs Lake, Pittsburgh County, Oklahoma. (Faded picture) circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

730. Stone shelter house, Wilburton City Park, Latimer County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

731. Wilburton City, Park, Latimer Country, Oklahoma. Entrance decorated with American flags, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

732. Stone shelter, picnic area, Wilburton City Park, Latimer County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

733. Community building, Wilburton City Park, Latimer County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

734. Poteau Community Building, Poteau, LeFlore County, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

735. Rural community building, log, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

736. Mannsville community building, log, Johnston County, Oklahoma. Works Progress Administration project, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

737. Durant community building, log, Durant, Bryan County, Oklahoma. (Boy Scout Lodge also) circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

738. District 72 community building, log, four miles east of Broken Bow, Oklahoma. McCurtain County, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

739. Broken Bow community building, stone, Broken Bow, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, side view, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

740. Broken Bow community center, stone, Broken Bow, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, front view, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

741. Agriculture building, Hugo, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

742. Agriculture building, Atoka, Atoka County, Oklahoma, probably in the 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

743. McAlester airport under construction, February or March, 1937; McAlester, Oklahoma. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

744. Marietta street project, Love County roads, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

745. Farm to market road, Marshall County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

746. Farm to market road under construction, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

747. Farm to market bridge, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

748. Culvert and overlying road, Love County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

749. Woodville School, Marshall County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

750. Canadian School, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

751. Kiowa School, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

752. Indianola School, McIntosh County, Oklahoma; group of children and a few adults outside the building, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

753. Kemp School, southeastern Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

754. Idabel School, McCurtain County, Oklahoma; children on the lawn, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

755. Springer School, Carter County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

756. Powell School, southeastern Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

757. Red Oak School, Latimer County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

758. Pittsburg School, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

759. Panama School, Muldrow, Sequoyah County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

760. Classroom building, Goodland Indian School, Choctaw County, Oklahoma. Three people in the doorway, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

761. Haywood School, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, Works Progress Administration. project, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

762. Haileyville Gymnasium, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

763. Grant School, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

764. Clayton School, Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Group of men standing outside. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

765. Brantley School, Antlers, Pushmataha County, Oklahoma. Four children playing outside, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

766. Blue School, Bryan County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

767. Bennington School, Bryan County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

768. Achille High School, Bryan County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

769. Kemp School, Bryan County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

770. Broken Bow High School, Broken Bow, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

771. Valliant School, Valliant, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

772. Washington School, Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

773. Wister School, LeFlore County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

774. Old Spencerville School, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

775. Old Spencerville School, rear view, rubble in foreground, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

776. Plainview School, southeastern Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

777-778. S. Ardmore school under construction Works Progress Administration work project, circa 1930s. Southeastern Oklahoma. Photo by Works Progress Administration. Two different photos.

779. New Spencerville School, southeastern Oklahoma; small wooden building with a large bell outside, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

780. Nashoba School, Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

781. Smithville School under construction McCurtain County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

782. Panola School, Latimer County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

783. Bath house, McAlester, Oklahoma. 9 June 1938. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

784. McAlester Athletic Field, McAlester, Oklahoma. Stadium seats under construction, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

785. McAlester swimming pool, McAlester, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. Four boys on a float in the water, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

786. Heavener gymnasium, Heavener, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

787. Yuba Gym, Bryan County, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

788. Auditorium, Goodland Indian School, Choctaw County, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

789. Hospital, Goodland Indian School, Choctaw County, Oklahoma. Two people sitting on the porch, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

790. Durant Library, Bryan County, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

791-792. Armory, Idabel, Oklahoma, circa 1930s. Photos by Works Progress Administration. Two different photos.

793. Armory, Hugo, Oklahoma, Choctaw County, Oklahoma; cars in front, circa 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

794. Armory, McAlester, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma. 9 June 1938. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

795. Armory, Ardmore, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

796. Armory, Durant, Oklahoma, 1930s. Photo by Works Progress Administration.

797. Lyons community house, Adair County.

798. Group of men standing by community house.

799. Men preparing logs for building.

800. Lyons community house, interior.

801. People standing outdoors near Lyons community house.

802. Self Help Community building with medical wing, Shawnee Agency.

803. Self Help Community building, Sac and Fox community. Work room and assembly hall in front, with kitchen in rear.

804. Self Help community building of native stone, quarried and built by Indians at the Wilburton resettlement project. Assembly hall and work room in front, with kitchen and two work rooms in rear.

805. Canning plant, Riverside Indian School, Anadarko.

806. Indians standing by tree, shelterbelt planting, Fred Botone Allotment, near Carnegie, OK, 1938. Picture by U.S. Forestry Service.

807. One season's growth of trees, 1938, shelterbelt planting, Fred Botone Allotment, near Carnegie, OK.

808. Indian woman, man, and two children standing near trees, shelterbelt planting, Fred Botone Allotment, near Carnegie, OK, 1938.

809. Man standing in shelterbelt planting, near Kiowa Indian hospital. June, 1938.

810. Man standing near first year trees near the Indian Hospital at Clinton, Oklahoma, 1938.

811. Family having picnic in four years' growth of shelterbelt trees, western Oklahoma, late 1930s.

812. Men planting shelterbelt trees, Potawatomie Reservation, Kansas, 1939.

813. Man by tree, four years' growth from the Forest Service's 1935 planting, western Oklahoma, 1939.

814. Shelterbelt trees planted by Forest Service, 1935.

815-816. Men standing in four years' growth of shelterbelt trees, western Oklahoma, Kiowa area, 1938. Two different photos.

817.Men standing by Forest Service Photo-Cotton crop, near 1937 shelterbelt planting, 1938.

818. Front view ofChoctaw-Chickasaw sanatorium and hospital, Talihina. At a cost of approximately $960,000, this facility has modern fireproof construction of native stone from a nearby quarry, with the capacity for 150 beds for tuberculosis patients and 77 beds for general medical, surgical, and obstetrical cases.

819. Rear view of Choctaw-Chickasaw sanatorium and hospital (see photo 818).

820. X-ray and fluoroscopic room, Shawnee Indian Sanatorium, Shawnee, OK.

821. Front view of Kiowa Indian Hospital, Lawton, OK. Tuberculosis annex on left has a capacity for 29 beds, with a capacity for 137 general medical, surgical, and obstetrical patients in the main building.

822. 1939 Nurse Aid Class at the Kiowa Indian Hospital, Lawton Oklahoma, with the principal of school, her assistant, and the Senior Physician.

823. Anadarko Clinic under Kiowa Agency in Anadarko, OK. Equipped with an X-ray and laboratory, it is staffed with two physicians and one clinic nurse. In the foreground is a group of patients at the main entrance.

824. Public health nurse visits an Indian mother to instruct her in preparing baby formula and bottles.

825. Miss Peepels, public health nurse, teaches a class of Indian women in the demonstration room of the Kiowa Agency.

826. The spinning wheel which began the McCurtain County spinning project and was in constant use for 100 years, outdoors.

827. Lucy Buck, Cherokee, demonstrates how to begin weaving a basket.

828. Rachel Tanner with her diamond-pattern baskets.

829. A baby sitting in one of Rachel Tanner's unique diamond-pattern baskets.

830. Indian girl gathering rushes for Kickapoo mats.

831. Kickapoo Indians tying rushes in bundles to dry before making them into mats.

832. Indian girl making Kickapoo mat from rushes.

833. Homestead, with windmill, Chilocco Resettlement Project.

834-835. Resettlement home near Riverside School. Two different photos.

836. A new Choctaw home near Kanima, Oklahoma.

837. House in Delaware County resettlement area, fence in front.

838. Men building a house, McCurtain Resettlement Project.

839. Barn at McCurtain, Resettlement Project.

840. Joseph Hayes, Chickasaw, attorney, in his new position with the Potawatomie Indian Agency in Horton, Kansas.

841. Ellen Taylor Byington, full-blood Chickasaw, is a Practical Nurse in Fairfax.

842.Alicia Saul, 3/8 Choctaw, stenographer at Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division regional office in Oklahoma City.

843. Harrison Jones, full-blood Choctaw, cook at Indian Service Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Stilwell, OK.

844. Terrell Jackson, 3/8 Choctaw, works for Acme Construction Company building a dormitory at the Riverside Indian School in Anadarko, OK.

845. Pete Bailey, 3/4 Cherokee, a caterpillar operator, works for Morrison & Knudson Company contractors on the dam at Fort Supply.

846. Arthur Punley, 3/4 Wichita, and Daniel Longhut, full-blood Caddo work for the Acme Construction Company building a dormitory at the Riverside Indian School in Anadarko, OK.

847. Harvey Bullbear, full-blood Kiowa, works for Acme Construction Company building a dormitory at the Riverside Indian School in Anadarko, OK.

848. Tecumseh Reeder, Caddo-Delaware, works for the Acme Construction Company building a dormitory at the Riverside Indian School in Anadarko, OK.

849. Part of a dairy herd numbering 45 head.

850. Farmer with his herd bull.

851. Dairy farm built by a loan client, cow in foreground.

852. Dairy barn, interior, with concrete construction and stenchions.

853. Dairy barn milk room with electric refrigeration and good sanitation that allows Grade A milk to be produced.

854. Hammer mill, used for grinding feeds produced on the farm.

855. Irrigating peppers on a garden tract, Colony, Oklahoma.

856. Irrigating a garden, Colony, OK.

857. Irrigating Irish potatoes on a garden tract.

858. Irrigating a garden by sprinkler, Chilocco Indian School.

859. Students cultivating cabbages, irrigated garden, Pawnee Indian School.

860. Resettlement people harvesting peas, Colony, OK.

861. Irrigated garden, Pawnee Indian School.

862. People picking strawberries, in irrigated tract, Pawnee Indian School.

863. Chilocco Indian School, built by General Contract in Chilocco, Oklahoma.

864. Library-Museum built by Force Account at Osage Agency in Pawhuska, Oklahoma.

865. Power plant at Cheyenne-Arapaho School, Concho, OK.

866. Riverside Indian School building, Kiowa Agency, Anadarko, OK.

867. Aerial view of Choctaw-Chickasaw hospitals, Talihina, Oklahoma. New hospitals in foreground, older hospital in background.

868. Kiowa Hospital building, Kiowa Agency, Lawton, OK.

869. William W. Hastings Hospital, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

870. Nurses' quarters at William W. Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah, OK.

871. Dairy barn at Cheyenne and Arapaho school, Concho, OK.

872. Dairy barn, built by Force Account, at Fort Sill School in Lawton, OK.

873. Ballou Day School, Five Tribes' Agency, Locust Grove, OK.

874. Teachers' Cottage at Ballou Day School in Locust Grove, OK.

875. Girls' dormitory, built by Force Account, Seneca Indian School in Wyandotte, OK.

876. Boys' dormitory, built by Force Account, Seneca Indian School in Wyandotte, OK.

877. Gymnasium, built by Force Account, at Riverside Indian School in Anadarko, OK.

878. Gymnasium, built by Force Account, at Fort Sill School in Lawton, OK.

879. A garage being built by the Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division enrollees of the Pawnee Indian Agency, all on Enrollee Program time, under the supervision of an experienced construction worker.

880. Five Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division representatives of District 9 to the Red Cross Aquatic School in Lake Taneycoma, Missouri, June 15-25, 1938.

881. Class of Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division enrollees in Life Saving and Swimming class under the direction of William Karty, who received his training and credentials at the National Red Cross Aquatic School at Lake Taneycoma, 1938.

882. Seven young members of the Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division enrollee Bull Hollow Camp orchestra on the Five Tribes jurisdiction. They furnished daily music at the Indian Exposition in Tulsa, OK, Oct. 18-23, 1938.

883. Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division enrollee first aid team that attended the Indian Exposition at Tulsa. Demonstration of first aid in splinting. They gave first aid treatment for minor injuries to 56 people while at the exposition.

884. Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division enrollees doing rock masonry on abutment of culvert in the Five Tribes Agency near Willow Springs Camp Road in Stilwell, OK.

885. Terraced wheat field on Cheyenne and Arapaho lands, 1938.

886. Machine constructed terrace on Indian lands, 1938.

887. Terrace outlet on cement blocks since no native stone was available. Cheyenne and Arapaho Reservation, 1938.

888. What used to be an Osage pasture of Blue Stem grass is given over to gullies with no vegetation after prairie fires and overgrazing. 1935.

889. The same Osage Blue Stem pasture as in photo 888 two years later: grass growing again, pasture in its original condition with controlled grazing and no pasture fires.

890. Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division Bull Hollow Camp, constructed from salvaged Army Civilian Conservation Corps barracks in Delaware County, OK.

891. Mess Hall, interior, Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division Bull Hollow Camp in Delaware County, OK.

892. Infirmary, interior, Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division Bull Hollow Camp in Delaware County, OK.

893. Enrollee Indians entering Mess Hall for evening meal, Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division Bull Hollow Camp in Delaware County, OK.

894. Construction of a park shelter on Cyuga Stomp grounds, Quapaw Reservation. Local materials used.

895. Park at Seneca School, with picnic tables and gravel walkway. Quapaw Reservation.

896. Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division men building a fire tower on Indian timber lands, Delaware County, Five Civilized Tribes, 1939.

897. Construction of a spillway. Ernest Thompson Lake, Kaw Reservation, 1938.

898. Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division Wooden truck trail bridge in Five Civilized Tribes jurisdiction, built of native timber.

899. Foliage emblem of the Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division planted by Indian Enrollees at the Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division garage at Osage Agency, Pawhuska, OK.

900. Cattle around a lake constructed by Civilian Conservation Corps-Indian Division on Pawnee Jurisdiction. 1936.

901-906. Five Civilized Tribes Agency. Various photos..

907-909. Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency. Various photos.

910. Kiowa Indian Agency: Asphalt road to Lawton Hospital.

911-912. Pawnee Indian Agency.

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