Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The Channing Peake Letters to Joe De Yong contains letters from artist Channing Peake, sent primarily during his travels through Mexico from 1934 to 1935. Additionally, the collection contains photographs, sketches, and other materials that most likely accompanied the letters.
This small collection contains materials related to Ada De Yong's pool hall in Choteau, Montana. Ada De Yong was the father of Western artist Joe De Yong.
This small collection highlights the biblical selections made by Mary Newby Miller when she quilted her Bible Quilt and gave lectures on the specific verses used to illustrate the life of Christ. Her family played a major role in the establishment of the Disciples of Christ in Oklahoma and surrounding states.
This collection contains documentation of John P. Hale's acquisition of branding irons from various cattle ranches in the United States and around the world. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum acquired his collection in 2022, and the branding irons are now part of the object collection.
This small collection contains a hand-drawn comic by Western artist Joe De Yong, along with an accompanying note about the character.
This small collection contains a letter from Jessamine Spear Johnson to Don Ornduff describing how she takes and sells photographs of Herefords. The letter is accompanied by ten photographs with captions written on the back.
This collection features the transcriptions of 250 letters written by Louisa Brannon Briscoe from Sugden, Indian Territory, to her mother in Washington state. The letters discuss daily life and work as a postmistress in Sugden. The letters are dated 1893 through 1910 and provide Lula’s perspective into life in Indian Territory.
Approximately 450 original letters and envelopes, written by Lula Briscoe in Sugden, Indian Territory, to her mother Julia Brannon.
The Mrs. Charles C. Mayberry Collection consists of correspondence written in Cherokee from various locations in the Oklahoma Indian Territory to Claremore. Nearly all letters are addressed to Dave Hendricks and postmarked between 1899-1901. It is possible most of the letters are written by Richard Wilkerson, a son-in-law to David Hendricks.
This collection contains materials relating to the operation of Trailside Galleries and the Flood art world. It includes letters, photographs, advertising, exhibition catalogs, sales information, and newspaper clippings.