A. S. Mike Monroney
Photograph Collection
#101-150

Go to Monroney Photos 51-100

101. Fourth grade class visiting the Post Office, with Mrs. Jean Cariker (teacher,) and J.D. Lewis (acting PostMaster.) Wilson, Okla. 1965.

102. Summer Head Start classroom with mostly Indian children Salina, Okla. 1967.

103. Barbara Smith, left, and Brenda Duvall at a mimeograph machine. They are office aides at the Board of Education building. Neighborhood Youth Corps Program. Altus, Okla.

104. Donald Lott working in a hospital storeroom. A polio victim in the pre-Salk days, now a stock boy. Neighborhood Youth Corps Program, Altus, Okla.

105. Patty Wilson adjusts the pillow of a bed-ridden senior citizen. She is a Neighborhood Youth Corps hospital aide at Jackson County Memorial Hospital. Altus, Okla.

106. Mona Washington's (center) birthday party. Neighborhood Youth Corps. Altus, Okla.

107. Mrs. Nancy Collins, Neighborhood Youth Corps records secretary, greets a corpsman as he brings the time sheets, Altus, Okla.

108. Two men painting the walls of Altus Senior High School. One man is from a migratory Mexican-American family. Neighborhood Youth Corps. Altus, Okla.

109. Barbara Smith, President of the Neighborhood Youth Corps chapter at Altus, checks Thanksgiving food and gifts with Chad Jones, secretary. Neighborhood Youth Corps Program, Altus, Okla.

110. Roberta Clark, receptionist at Altus Junior College admission's office. Neighborhood Youth Corps Program. Altus, Okla.

111. Shuckie Overton, Janice Grant, and Roberta Clark at typewriters at the Board of Education. Micky Kline and Clifford Peterson (superintendent of schools) standing. Neighborhood Youth Corps Program. Altus, Okla.

112. Four people with bushels of vegetables standing beside a truck on a county road. Left to right: Henry Hickman, garden supervisor, Mrs. Loring Jones, Director Project Fund, Augustus Simmons, Operation Mainstream, Joseph Simmons, Neighborhood Youth Corps enrollee. Garden Project, Community Action Foundation. Muskogee, Okla. 1967. Polaroid print.

113. Group of Neighborhood Youth Corpsmen gathered in front of school auditorium. Congressman Jed Johnson shown to the left of Donald Lott. Altus, Okla.

114. View of exterior damage to a school building. The result of a sonic boom test. Okla. City, OK 1964. Van Dyke Portraits, OKC.

115. Dining room with cracked plaster. The result of a sonic boom test. Shows silver tea set and glass candlesticks on a buffet chest. Okla. City, Okla. May 16, 1964. Bob Duncan.

116. Room with desk, cracked plaster on the floor, the result of a sonic boom test. Okla. City, Okla. May 16, 1964. Bob Duncan.

117-123. View of a ceiling with cracked plaster, the result of a sonic boom test. May 16, 1964. Bob Duncan.

124. View of a closet ceiling with cracked plaster, the result of a sonic boom test. Okla. City, OK May 16, 1964. Bob Duncan.

125. View of the inside of a closet, with floor covered with cracked plaster, the result of a sonic boom test. Okla. City, OK May 16, 1964. Bob Duncan.

126. View of a wall and heat vent showing cracked plaster, the result of a sonic boom test. Okla. City, OK May 16, 1964. Bob Duncan.

127-129. Brick and stucco apartment houses with tile roofs involved in open housing question. Near Medical Center in Okla. City, Okla. August, 1967. Color print.

130. Brick apartment house involved in open housing question. Near Medical Center in Okla. City, Okla. August, 1967. Color print.

131. Indian home with car in front. On land sold to Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. Near Anadarko, Okla. 1963. Polaroid print.

132. Brick and frame house. New home purchased by Indian family with proceeds from land sale to Okla. Turnpike Authority. Near Anadarko, Okla. 1963. Polaroid print.

133. Exterior of U.S. Post Office and First State Bank building. Inscribed on face: "Mike - To one of America's greatest statesman - I sure wish you could share this event with your many friends. Harold P. Gibson (bank president) Open house. 7/15/62." Elmore City, Okla. July 15, 1962.

134. Exterior of First State Bank with flowers in foreground. Elmore City, Okla. 1963. Color print.

135. Exterior of U.S. Post Office and First State Bank, both under construction. Elmore City, Okla. 1962. Polaroid print.

136. Exterior of U.S. Post Office under construction. Elmore City, Okla. 1962. Polaroid print.

137. Exterior of U.S. Post Office. U.S. Army recruiting poster and trash can in foreground. Minco, Okla. 1963. Polaroid print.

138. Side view of U.S. Post Office building with man standing beside a fountain. Holdenville, Okla. January, 1966. Color print.

139. The Turner Turnpike and countryside. Sign indicating Bristow next exit. Possible location of a campaigning billboard. Near Bristow, Okla. 1962.

140-141. Exterior of hydraulics laboratory, Soil Conservation Service. Stillwater, Okla. 1965.

142. Body of water rechannelled. Hydraulics lab, Soil Conservation Service, Stillwater, Okla. 1965.

143. Concrete water basin. Hydraulics lab, Soil Conservation Service. Stillwater, Okla. 1965.

144. Man with indoor model of artificial water channel. Hydraulics lab. Soil Conservation Service, Stillwater, Okla. 1965.

145. Man turning large valves. Hydraulics lab. Soil Conservation Service, Stillwater, OK 1965.

146. Drawing of future Goodwill Industries building. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. 1965.

147. Blue-print of future Goodwill Industries facilities. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1965. John E. Peter, architect.

148. Floor plan of Senior Citizens Vocational Activity Center, pilot study, Goodwill Industries. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1965. John E. Peters, architect.

149. Animal research facilities. University of Minnesota Veterans Administration Hospital. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1966.

150. Outdoor dog cages. Animal Research facilities. University of Minnesota Veterans Administration Hospital. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1966.

Go to Monroney Photos 151-200
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