Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The Arleen McHalley Collection of Arthur Silberman Native American Materials contains 349 stereographs and a selection of Native American-themed advertising and graphic materials.
This collection contains archival materials related to Native American art. Arthur and Shifra Silberman founded the Native American Painting Reference Library in 1975, to collect and preserve the history of Native American art, particularly the Kiowa Six. In addition to the extensive archival materials, there is also a significant collection of artwork and books.
This small collection contains 47 photographs of an assortment of people involved with the 101 Ranch in Bliss, Oklahoma.
The Jane Cunningham Hoot Collection relates and contributes to the Robert E. Cunningham Oklahoma History Collection.
This collection contains one copy photograph of the 89er meeting in Oklahoma City around 1900. Some of the names represented are Governor William Henry Davis, “Alfalfa Bill” Murray, C.A. Compton, and J.A. Chitwood (Jimalee Burton’s father).
This collection contains 4,003 photographs taken by rodeo photographer Ralph R. Doubleday.
The collection is comprised of 47 historic photographs featuring people and places in the American West.
Along with personal papers, pamphlets, booklets, research notes and sketches, the Tom Lovell Papers contain approximately 16,000 negatives, photographs, and transparencies. The collection also contains numerous tearsheets of Lovell’s illustrations and paintings. Scrapbooks and folders in the collection contain the tearsheets of other illustrators.