A. S. Mike Monroney
Photograph Collection
#151-200

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151. Outdoor dog cages. Animal Research Facilities. University of Minnesota Veterans Administration Hospital. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1966.

152. Indoor dog cages. Animal research facilities. University of Minnesota Veterans Administration Hospital. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1966.

153. Dog in a cage. Animal research facilities. University of Minnesota Veterans Administration Hospital. Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1966.

154. Surgery room. Animal research facilities. University of Minnesota Veterans Administration Hospital. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1966.

155. Ticks on a plant. "Few other areas in the United States have tick populations to compare with those in eastern Oklahoma. This plant is covered with approximately 100 ticks awaiting a mammalian host. Oklahoma.

156. Tick infested deer. "Few animals escape the ravages of ticks. This deer fawn was totally blinded and succumbed one day after examination." Oklahoma.

157. Deer skeleton in the grass. "Estimations indicate that deer hunters would bring $40 million into Oklahoma each year if deer herds were well established. Revenue now amounts to approximately $1 million. Ticks are an important limiting factor." Oklahoma.

158. Man spraying a lakeside with pesticide. "Demonstrations have indicated that ticks can be controlled in recreation areas with the safe use of pesticides." Oklahoma.

159. Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Holton in front of their frame house. The oldest homesteaders in the Cherokee Strip in continuous ownership and active farming. Helena, Oklahoma. June 25, 1962. Polaroid print.

160. C.M. Holton on a tractor in a field. The oldest homesteader in the Cherokee Strip in continuous ownership and active farming. Helena, Okla. June 25, 1962. Polaroid print.

161. C.M. Holton with dog, pigs, and cattle in a corral. Agricultural field in background. The oldest homesteader in the Cherokee Strip in continuous ownership and active farming. Helena, Okla. June 25, 1962. Polaroid print.

162. Two bulls eating out of a trough in a corral. On back: "Landslide, April 2, 1962. Preparing for Monroney Barbecue. In later part of Oct 1962." Polaroid print.

163. Bull in a corral. On back: "Landslide April 3, 1962." Polaroid print.

164. F.W. Collins in a gully to be sloped (vertical bank of 20 feet. Soil Unit 7 River terrace soil. Note tree growth in gully floor. On back: "Joe Whittington, Near Thackerville; Marietta, Okla. Love County SCD." April 25, 1960. USDA-SCS Photo.

165. Monroe Thompson standing in the mouth of a large gully shaped and plowed in preparation to sodding and fertilizing. Hickory Creek Game Management Area, Love County SCD. Marietta, Okla. June 9, 1964. Fred W. Collins for USDA-SCS.

166. Gully to be shaped in for waterway. This view is from point below proposed diversion dam. Soil Conservation Service Program started on this farm in 1946. On back: "J.I. Goins, 10 mi. S.E.," Love County, Marietta, Okla. February 8, 1957. E.L. Castle for USDA-SCS.

167. Gully to be shaped in for waterway. Several large blocks of soil saved in during recent rains. Soil Conservation Service program started on this farm in 1946. On back: "J.I. Goins, 10 mi. S.E." Marietta, Okla. February 8, 1957. E.L. Castle for USDA-SCS.

168. Raw gullies on the Wayne Jones farm three miles west of Dale on I-40 before ACP gully control practice was carried out. Note silt in the bar ditch of this highway and the enormous soil loss on this slope. This is typical of a county-wide conservation problem. The ACP contributes approximately 50% of the cost of this type practice with the farmer bearing the other half of the total cost. Pottawatomie County, Okla. c. Feb. 1968.

169. Pasture on the Wayne Jones Farm. This is the same area as #168 after sloping and sprigging bermuda grass. A few months growth of bermuda grass has arrested the erosion and within a few more months a good pasture will be established on what was a real problem area. This is also real highway beautification joining I-40 on the south side, and will soon stop the siltation on the highway bar ditch. Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma. c. Feb. 1968.

170. Car and trucks parked on eroding highway. Rogers County access road from State Highway 33 to Lock and Dam #18. South of Inola, Okla. 1966. Mike Zacharias (Claremore Progress Photos).

171. Eroding highway. Rogers County access road from State Highway. South of Inola, Oklahoma. 1966. Mike Zacharias (Claremore Progress Photos).

172. Gravel-blacktop road that gave way under normal rural traffic. 1966. Mike Zacharias (Claremore Progress Photos).

173-175. Man and boy in an agricultural field. Washita River Erosion, Garvin County, Okla. 1966.

176-177. Man kneeling beside the steep eroding banks of the Washita River. Home in background. Garvin County, Okla. 1966.

178-179. View of steep eroded banks of Washita River, Garvin County, Okla. 1966.

180-181. Eroding bank of Washita River, Garvin County, Okla. 1966.

182. Skiatook Gin Company. Cotton gin building with man and child in foreground. A gin forced out of business by diverted acre, soilbank, or lay out land programs. Skiatook, Okla.

183. Land where Skiatook Gin Company once stood. Only the hydrant (circled) remains. Feed store in background. Cotton gin forced out of business by diverted acre, soilbank, or lay out land programs. Skiatook, Okla. 1967.

184. Pawnee Gin, a sheet metal structure. A cotton gin forced out of business by diverted acre, soilbank, or lay out land programs. Pawnee, Okla. 1967.

185. Cleveland Gin. For sale sign in foreground. Cotton gin forced out of business by diverted acre, soilbank, or lay out land programs. Cleveland, Okla. 1967.

186. Hominy Gin Company. Cotton bales and man with child in foreground. A cotton gin later forced out of business by diverted acre, soilbank or lay out land programs. Hominy, Okla. 1955.

187. Site where the Hominy Gin once stood. A cotton gin forced out of business by diverted acre, soilbank, or lay out programs. Hominy, Okla. 1955.

188. Aerial view of industrial site owned by the Durant Industrial Foundation, Inc. (46.52 acres.) Durant, Okla. May, 1963. Truby Studio, Durant.

189. Drawing of proposed building expansion, Braden Winch Division of Nautec Corporation. Hudgins, Thompson, Ball & Associates, Inc., architects. Broken Arrow, Okla. 1962. Cornelius Photography, Tulsa

190. Aerial photograph of Keystone Dam and surrounding area. Noted on face: Highway 51; Oil Field Road, Middaugl Property. Mannford, Okla. Dec 20, 1965.

191. Boat dock with motorboats and DX Gas Station. Lake is below normal level. Elk Creek Landing, Lake Tenkiller, Okla. Fall, 1965. Color print.

192. Boat dock with motorboats, DX Gas Station, and mobile homes in background. Lake is below normal level. Lake Tenkiller, Elk Creek Landing; Okla. Fall, 1965. Color print.

193. Downtown Section of Tulsa at night, west on 4th Street. Includes view of Tulsa Business College. Civic Center complex (including Tulsa City County Library,) and U.S. Post Office (on right) Shows need for lighting of Federal Building. Tulsa, Okla. 1966. Thompson & Associates.

194. Downtown Tulsa at night. View west on 4th Street. U.S. Post Office on right. Lighted Civic Center with Library and Civic Auditorium on left. Tulsa, Okla. 1966. Thompson & Associates.

195. Downtown Tulsa at night. View south on Denver Avenue. Post Office on right, Library on left. Tulsa, Okla. 1966. Thompson & Associates.

196. Aerial view of Tulsa Riverside Airport showing Arkansas River, and the city, including downtown district. Tulsa, Okla. February 17, 1966.

197. Seven story circular garage filled with automobiles. Helicopter landing on roof "Hindsight" written on face. RE: L.A. Airways plans for transportation centers. Los Angeles, California. 1967.

198. Drawing of proposed transportation center developed by L.A. Airways. Bus station and automobile garage with helicopter landing on roof. Kurt Meyer & Associates, Architects Los Angeles, California. 1967.

199. View of oil lease operated by Ward Oil Company, showing high gas line and saltwater line (pipes.) On back: "Our tank is on right, two lines above the ground. Others in the ground leading to another lease." Seminole County, Okla. 1962.

200. Senator A.S. Mike Monroney in a hard hat in the driver's seat of a bulldozer. Demolition demonstration in a downtown parking lot. 401 West California, Okla. City, OK April 1968. Color print.

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