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913. Shawnee Agency Indians studying the correct conformation of beef cattle at the annual A & M College Field Day.
914. Shawnee Agency Indians looking at field experiment plots under the direction of Professor Hi Staton, A & M College Field Day. 120 Indians attended the meeting and toured Agronomy Farm.
915. Brood sow and pigs given as prize in a garden contest on the Cheyenne and Arapaho Jurisdiction.
916. Indian from Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency plowing with horses.
917. The wife of a loan client at the Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency in front of a chicken coop, showing her chickens.
918. Sweet potato slips, tomatoes, and peppers growing in a "hot bed" (horse manure) in an irrigated garden on the Kaw Reservation, Pawnee Agency.
919. Two Otoe Indian boys with one's two prize winning steers at the 4-H Club Livestock Show in Noble County, 1939.
920. Meat cutting and curing demonstration given at the Pawnee Indian School to over 100 Indians by the Assistant Instructor of Meats from the Oklahoma A & M College.
921. Home built by a Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian husband and wife without outside aid.
922. Man standing in barley field on sour land eight miles north of Pawhuska.
923. Boxes and crates, Cheyenne and Arapaho School, Concho, Oklahoma. These raw materials are made into furnishings and a cottage by the students.
924. Chairs and furnishings made by girls at Cheyenne and Arapaho School from the raw materials shown in photo 923. Concho, Oklahoma.
925. Cottage living room and kitchen constructed by the students at the Cheyenne and Arapaho School, Concho, Oklahoma.
926-928. Cottage living room, kitchen and bedroom constructed by the students at the Cheyenne and Arapaho School, Concho, Oklahoma. Various photos.
929. The junior and senior girls who built the furnishings for the cottage at the Cheyenne and Arapaho School in Concho, Oklahoma.
930. Cottage built by boys out of salvaged materials at the Cheyenne and Arapaho School in Concho, Oklahoma.
931. Rhythm band, on stage at the Acme School, Pottawatomie County. Part of the Shawnee Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
932. Boy playing clarinet, girl playing drum, Oak Grove School, Payne County.
933. Class listening to a record, Sac and Fox School, Lincoln County.
934. Boys making toys at North Rock Creek School, Pottawatomie County. Part of Shawnee Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
935. Girl and boy playing at a sand table, Mission School, Pottawatomie County.
936. Two girls playing the piano, Oak Grove School, Payne County.
937. Remedial reading class, Acme School, Pottawatomie County. Part of Shawnee Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
938. Boys in shop class, Schlegel School, Payne County.
939. 4-H Club girls sewing, Pleasant Mound School, Pottawatomie County.
940. F. F. A. Indian boys with cows, Fort Cobb School, Caddo County. Part of Kiowa Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
941. Two 4-H Club boys and heifers, Verden School, Grady County.
942. 4-H Club boy and heifer, Essaquannadale School, Cotton County.
943. Three girls in the library, Fort Cobb, Caddo County.
944. Seven members of the Stecker School band, Caddo County.
945. Students in library, magazines on display, Stecker School, Caddo County.
946. Junior High students in reading room, Anadarko School, Caddo County. Part of Kiowa Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
947. Anadarko High School band, posed on building steps, Anadarko, Oklahoma. Part of Kiowa Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
948. F. F. A. boys doing carpentry, Washita School, Caddo County. Part of Kiowa Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
949. Girl printing school paper, Gotebo School, Kiowa County.
950. Group of 4-H Club boys standing by a car, Franklin School, Comanche County.
951. Students looking at equipment in work shop, Essaquannadale School, Cotton County. Part of Kiowa Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
952. 4-H Club girls showing garments they made, Essaquannadale School, Cotton County.
953. 4-H Club June Riddles with her turkeys, Essaquannadale School, Cotton County. Part of Kiowa Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
954. 4-H Club boy and his chickens, Essaquannadale School, Cotton County. Part of Kiowa Jurisdiction Enrichment Program in Public Schools.
955-956. 4-H Club boy with his pig, Essaquannadale School, Cotton County. Two different photos.
957. John Adams, steel engraving.
958. John Q. Adams, steel engraving.
959. Chester A. Arthur, steel engraving.
960. James Buchanan, steel engraving.
961. Grover Cleveland, steel engraving.
962-963. Calvin Coolidge, steel engraving.
964. Millard Fillmore, steel engraving.
965. James A. Garfield, steel engraving.
966-967. Ulysses S. Grant, steel engraving.
968-969. Warren G. Harding, steel engraving.
970-971. Herbert Hoover, steel engraving.
972. Andrew Johnson, steel engraving.
973-974. Abraham Lincoln, steel engraving.
975. James Madison, steel engraving.
976-977. William McKinley, steel engraving.
978. James Monroe, steel engraving.
979. Franklin Pierce, steel engraving.
980. James Polk, steel engraving.
981-982. Theodore Roosevelt, steel engraving.
983. William Howard Taft, steel engraving.
984. Zachary Taylor, steel engraving.
985. John Tyler, steel engraving.
986. Martin Van Buren, steel engraving.
987-988. George Washington, steel engraving.
989. Woodrow Wilson, steel engraving.
990. Canned food display, Thanksgiving, I.O.O.F. home, Carmen, Oklahoma.
991. Construction of Post Office at Madill, Oklahoma, 1939; inscribed by E. T. Schneider.
992. Large ornate building with columns, unidentified.
993. Outdoor funeral, miners group around a corpse.
994. Corpse, victim of a mining accident, on a bed, in a shack.
995. Group of men recovering a body from a mining accident.
996. Three men standing outdoors by a dead deer; one is Frank Hedge, Rattan postmaster.
997. Men in military uniforms seated at banquet table. Banquet given by 151st F. A. band for 150th F. A. band, in Palace Hotel, Neuenohr, Germany, 16 January 1919.
998. The Hartford Harmonettes, five women around a piano, microphone for KRKN radio station, Hartford, Arkansas.
999. The Pennington Family "Stamps Quartet." Man seated, two males and two females standing, one holding accordion, and another holding guitar. Studio portrait. Geary, Oklahoma.
1000. Mr. and Mrs. Austin walking on a sidewalk, Waco, Texas, 6 December 1939.
1001. Unidentified man standing by a car, parked by a No Parking sign.
1002. A woman standing in front of a car. Photo entitled, "Girty."
1003. Woman seated outdoors, entitled, "CHAPERONE."
1004. F. C. Green and his wife-Cartwright constituents-standing in the back yard of a home, Ardmore, Oklahoma.
1005. Richard Vernon Bee, 3 years, 10 months, standing on porch steps, in coat and hat.
1006. Paul Dean and Thelma Jean McClung, about 2 years, sitting on the grass. Harford, Arkansas, 14 June 1941.
1007. A baby sitting on the lawn by a sprinkler entitled, "Jan playing in the lawn spray."
1008. Two little boys sitting on the grass, entitled, "Jon and Jan - yard mice." Wewoka, Oklahoma, Parkes Studio.
1009. Wilburn Eugene McKee, age 7, Wilburn Cartwright's name sake, standing outdoors by a fence and a tree. May 1938.
1010. Studio portrait of a baby entitled, "Little Wilburn Cartwright, July 1919." (Nephew of Congressman Wilburn Cartwright.)
1011. Ronald Dennis Staggs, 16 months. Studio portrait. Photographer - Cochrane Studio, Enid, Oklahoma.
1012. Grave of Pushmataha. Committee on Indian Affairs.
1013. Line of automobiles "waiting for the mail car to get out of the hole." Committee on Roads.
1014. Group of men at Ft. Gibson. Committee on Roads.
1015. Stuck automobile towed by oxen. Committee on Roads.
1016-1017. Badly rutted road. Committee on Roads. Two different photos.
1018. Men trying to free a stuck car on a muddy road. Some of the men are African American. Feb. 13, 1937. Committee on Roads.
1019. Automobile on a muddy road. Photo labeled "before." Committee on Roads.
1020. Dirt road. Photo labeled "after." Committee on Roads.
1021. Washed out bridge. Note on reverse of photo: "A common occurrence after a rain on any route in this part of the state. This one caused me to detour seven weeks a distance of 5 miles per day. Total extra cost to me--$16.80 and I paid for it! H. G. Browning, Woodbine, Ia." Committee on Roads.
1022. Automobile on snow covered road. Jan. 1936. Note on reverse of photo: "Just a snow drift. A mail box is under it somewhere. Drift stayed there about 3 months. It finally got so bad I could not get within a mile of this place. H. G. Browning, Woodbine, Ia." Committee on Roads.
1023. Rutted road. Committee on Roads.
1024. Exposed culvert on a dirt road. Note on reverse of photo: "I pleaded for 6 weeks to get this culbert [sic] fixed. It's on a sharp curve on one of Iowa's fine mail rout [sic] roads. 48 miles of mud at times. H. G. Browning, Woodbine, Ia. P. S. now 7 miles graveled." Committee on Roads.
1025. Fissure in a dirt road. Note on reverse of photo: "Just another 4 ft. deep trap for one of Uncle Sam's pets. When road was muddy, it was almost impossible to keep out of this one. 1936. H. G. Browning, Woodbine, Ia." Committee on Roads.
1026. Automobile on dirt road, with eroded ditch alongside road. Note on reverse of photo: "Ditch was 4 ft. deep. Remained for two months before repaired. Mar. 1936. H. G. Browning, Woodbine, Ia." Committee on Roads.
1027. Dirt road. Committee on Roads.
1028. Automobile on a muddy road. House and barn in background. Committee on Roads.
1029. Group of men posing in front of a bus. Note on reverse of photo: "Durant Armory." Committee on Roads.
1030. Group of men at Ft. Gibson. Committee on Roads.
1031. Mayor of Durant and Col. Eddie Ausley. Committee on Roads.
1032. [empty folder]
1033. Men at construction site. [Durant Armory?] Committee on Roads.
1034. Group of men posing for camera, Ft. Gibson. Committee on Roads.
1035. Model of road building in Ancient Rome. Photo by U. S. Bureau of Public Roads. Committee on Roads.
1036-1037. Exhibit on Pan American Highway at New York World's Fair, 1939. World Horizons Exhibit. Committee on Roads.
1038. (L to R) Graeme K. Howard (V.P. of General Motors), Wilburn Cartwright, T. H. MacDonald (Bureau of Public Roads), and Edgar W. Smith (V. P. of General Motors) in front of Pan American Highway exhibit at New York World's Fair.
1039. House trailer alongside road near McAlester, Okla., 1937. 1046. Committee on Roads.
1047. [empty folder]
1048. Mural by Solomon McCombs (Creek), inside Marietta, Okla., Post Office. Photo by Section of Fine Arts, Public Buildings Administration. Post Office Files: Madill, Okla., 1941.
1049-1050. Boy ("Wallace") and dog, Tremont, N. Y., 1925. Letter to Carrie Staggs Cartwright from Amelia Steitz, June 1925.
1051. Jed Johnson family, ca. 1945. Front row (L to R): Jed, Sr.; Jed, Jr., and Beatrice. Back row (L to R): Joan, Jean, and Janelle.
1052-1062. Various unidentified people. One is the same boy depicted in 1049-1050.
1063. Snapshot of Wilburta Cartwright, ca. 1945.
1064. Unidentified older woman.
1065. Group of young women, 1919. Second from right may be Carrie Staggs Cartwright.
1066. Formal group shot of unidentified family.
1067. Unidentified older woman.
1068. Portrait of Nora Hawks (Wilburn Cartwright's aunt).
1069-1073. Various unidentified people.
1074. Portrait of Joseph Warren Brindley.
1075-1084. Unidentified baby and children.
1085. Men posing in an office. Front row (L to R): Wilburn Cartwright, Will Rogers (congressman), unidentified man, John Burgess (chief). Back row (L to R): Kemp, Burgess, E. W. Kemp, Willie Bemo, and Jones. Some of these men are Native American.
1086. [empty folder]
1087-1091. Abie Cofer family, 1950.
1092. Gamma Kappa of Kappa Sigma open house, March, 23, 1917.
1093-1096. Unidentified men on camping expedition at Windorer Cabin, Wounded Doe Ridge, Cliffs Creek, and Lachsa River, August 14-20, 1934. One of the men may be Keith Cartwright.
1097-1101. Outdoor scene, unidentified location. These may all be the same shot.
1102-1103. Unidentified people and house.
1104. The Cartwright's house? Note on reverse of photo: "The rear [of a house] showing the sleeping porch and kitchen. Also a new house being built on the south by a Mr. Edwards. In fact, there are eight new houses near us, and the street is being paved, have side walk. W. C."
1105. Unidentified house.
1106-1123. Various unidentified people, some shots of children. Some shots of people posed in front of houses. Many of these photos may have been taken in and around McAlester, Okla. Some of the people may be Cartwright's parents and siblings. [photos stamped "Brown's Studio, McAlester, Okla"]
1124-1125. Studio portraits of Wilburta Cartwright, ca. 1945.
1126. Model of the U.S.S. Maine.
1127. [empty folder]
1128. Numerous photo cards of buildings in Richmond, Va.
1129. Portrait of Barry Woolverton, Perry, Okla, Nov. 1940.
1130. Portrait of Victor Wickersham, May 1941. [this may be a reproduction of a photo in the Wickersham collection.]
1131- 1132. Group shot of Doralyn Cartwright and other children, and group shot of Wilburta Cartwright and other children. Each attached to a Valentine's Day card.
1133. Doralyn, Wilburta, and second grade class of Mrs. Roby in the play "The Coming of the King."
1134. Double exposed snapshot of the Cartwright family, ca. 1930.
1135-1136. Unidentified people.
1137. Poorly exposed studio shot of Doralyn Cartwright and an unidentified girl.
1138-1140. People and buildings at Mt. Vernon, Va. Some of the people may be Wilburn and Carrie Cartwright. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]
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