Wilburn Cartwright
Photograph Collection
#1141-1368

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1141-1146. People and buildings at Mt. Vernon, Va. Some of the may be Wilburn and Carrie Cartwright. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1147-1185. The Cartwright family, mostly Wilburta and Doralyn as infants and young girls, but also some of Wilburn and Carrie. Some shots taken in Washington, D. C., but some may be in McAlester, Okla. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1186-1190. Wilburn Cartwright in Greenmount Cemetery, Baltimore, Md., at the grave of Thomas. Wildey, founder of American Odd Fellowship. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1191-1195. Wilburn Cartwright in Baltimore, Md., at the monument marking the birthplace of Thomas Wildey, founder of American Odd Fellowship. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1196-1210. Various shots of Wilburn, Carrie, Wilburta, and Doralyn Cartwright, occasionally with unidentified people. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1211. Group of unidentified people in front of small buildings labeled "School Room." [one person may be Jed Johnson] [This image exists as nitrate negative only.]

1212. [this number is not being used]

1213. Aerial view of unidentified city. [This image exists as nitrate negative only.]

1214-1222. Various shots of Wilburn, Carrie, Wilburta, and Doralyn Cartwright, occasionally with other unidentified people. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1223. [deaccessioned]

1224-1228. House under construction. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only]

1229-1243. Various shots of Wilburn, Carrie, Wilburta, and Doralyn Cartwright, occasionally with unidentified people. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1244-1246. [these numbers are not being used]

1247-1257. Various shots of Wilburn, Carrie, Wilburta, and Doralyn Cartwright. Some shots with U. S. Capitol in background. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1258. Similar to Photo #2: building in southeastern Oklahoma where Wilburn Cartwright spent boyhood. [This image exists as nitrate negative only.]

1259-1260. Unidentified people. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1261-1301. Various shots of Wilburn, Carrie, Wilburta, and Doralyn Cartwright, occasionally with unidentified people who are probably relatives. Some shots taken in Washington, D. C., with the dome of the U. S. Capitol in the background. [These images exist as nitrate negatives only.]

1302. Unidentified group of men.

1303. The Harry Haigh family of Durant: woman and three babies.

1304. Unidentified pianist and singing quartet.

1305. Wilburn Cartwright with unidentified group of people.

1306. Autographed photos on a wall. Included are portraits of T. P. Gore, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Elmer Thomas, Will Rogers (the humorist), E. W. Marland, and Wilburn Cartwright.

1307-1308. Floyd Cartwright in military uniform, ca. 1917.

1309-1312. Unidentified men in military uniforms. Possibly one of them is a brother of Wilburn Cartwright. ca. 1917.

1313-1316. Man in military uniform (possibly Wilburn Cartwright or one of his brothers) with various women, June 1917.

1317. Group shot of Wilburn Cartwright with five other men, all in military uniforms, ca.1945.

1318. Man and woman. [The man has signed his name on the reverse of the photo, but it is illegible.]

1319-1320. Wilburn, Carrie, Doralyn, and Wilburta Cartwright, Sept. 9, 1320. 1945.

1321. L to R: Wilburn Cartwright (Grandmaster, IOOF), James J. Davis (senator and Director General, Moose), and William A. Pittinger (congressman and Grand Sire of the World, Odd Fellows). Gettysburg, Pa., Jan. 16, 1935.

1322. Wilburn and Carrie Cartwright [?] with automobile, ca. 1920. [This photo has been torn in half through the faces of the two people.]

1323. Group shot of children, including Doralyn and Wilburta Cartwright.

1324. Wilburn Long, born 1940, baby of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Long, Gladewater, Tx.

1325. Family of George J. Tatum, Patriarch Militant, IOOF.

1326. Wilburn and Carrie Cartwright. Wilburn is in military uniform. ca. 1917.

1327-1351. "Proposed Submarginal Land Project, McCurtain County." Photographs and text describing poor land and housing of whites and blacks in rural areas of McCurtain Co., Okla., 1936.

1352. Engraving of Thomas Jefferson. Neg. only. Original filed in the Cartwright Collection, Box 45, Folder 8.

1353. "United We Win" flyer showing President Franklin Roosevelt and Oklahoma's Democratic candidates for state and national office, including Josh Lee and Robert S. Kerr, 1942. Neg. only.

1354. Cover of 1914 campaign pamphlet: "For Governor, Judge R. L. Williams, A Man to Give Us Good Government without Burdensome Taxation." Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 26, Folder 25.

1355. Cover of 1946 campaign pamphlet: "Be Not Deceived! Vote for John H. Jarman, Jr." Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 35, Folder 21.

1356. Cover of 1948 campaign pamphlet: "An Appeal from Tom Steed, Democrat for Congress, 4th District." Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 35, Folder 21.

1357. "Re-Elect Ross Rizley, Republican for Congress, 8th District" campaign sign. This could date from 1942, 1944, or 1946. Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 35, Folder 21.

1358. Cover of 1946 campaign pamphlet: "The Dixie Democrat, Gilmer for Governor." Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 35, Folder 21.

1359. Cover of 1942 campaign pamphlet: "Jobs for Returning Soldiers! With Gomer Smith, Democrat for Governor." Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 34, Folder 36.

1360. Campaign card, 1950: "Re-Elect Geo. Howard Wilson, Democrat for Congress, World War II Veteran, Former FBI Agent, Attorney." Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 36, Folder 4.

1361. Cover of 1946 campaign pamphlet: "The GIs" Candidate, Glen D. Johnson, Democrat for Congress." Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 35, Folder 21.

1362. Cover of 1914 campaign pamphlet: "J. B. A. Robertson, Candidate for Governor, Subject to the Democratic Primary." Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 26, Folder 25.

1363. Campaign card, 1948: "Hitch your cart up right, and vote for Cartwright. Wilburn Cartwright, a Democrat Running for U. S. Congress. Help! Help!" Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 35, Folder 30.

1364. Campaign card, 1946: "Capable, Qualified, Deserving. Dennis Bushyhead, Democrat, for Congress, 1st Congressional District." Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 35, Folder 21.

1365. Campaign card, 1942: "Elect a Congressman Who Will Fight for Our Rights! Paul Stewart, a Democrat for Congress, Third District." Neg. only. Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 34, Folder 36.

1366. Campaign card, 1924: "He Has Made Good, Let's Re-Elect Jed Johnson State Senator." Original in Cartwright Collection, Box 27, Folder 20.

1367. Campaign Brochure, 1942: Vote Democratic to Insure all Out Cooperation Between State and Nation. Shows Franklin D. Roosevelt with Democratic candidates in statewide races. Does not include all people represented on the brochure. Original in Cartwright, Box 34, Folder 36. Color negative from Color Chrome.

1368. Campaign Brochure, 1942: A Vote for Robert S. (Bob) Kerr and Josh Lee is a vote for President Roosevelt's all-out war program. Shows portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Announces Kerr and Lee radio broadcasts. Original in Cartwright, Box 34, Folder 36. Negative only.

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