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This framed thermometer also had a 1934 calendar attached!

photo from 1934 Cogar Gin Calander
advertizing Cogar Gin

Submitted by Sherri

This photograph is of John D "Mack" Mosley in a diner in Binger. The men standing are identified on the photo. I do not have the identity of the two men seated.

submitted by Cheryl Holland

John D. Mosley (white shirt)
John Edward Mosley
Ivan Mosley
Photo taken around 1912-13 in Binger OK

men standing by mail carts at Binger post office abt 1910

This is a group of men next to mail carts in front of the Binger Post Office.
Probably in the 1910's.

submitted by Lori Killip

Cement, Oklahoma 1921

submitted by Sheri Miller

Anadarko City Hall

House where sheriff Casey and Deputy Beck were killedThe house five miles west of Anadarko
where Sheriff
Frank Smith and Deputy Geo. Beck
were killed by the
Casey gang, shortly after the opening.

Photo of tombstone of Bert Casey

photo of John Johnsons service stationJohn Henry Johnson had a Service Station in
Gracemont, Ok. during the late 1800s or early 1900s.
I was wondering if anyone could shed any light on this?
contact Jeff Lohman at

1st Anadarko Train
The first train to come through Anadarko, Oklahoma
on completed track. (ca 1900)

picture postcard of Binger, Okla.

Postcard of Binger, OK (Caddo Co.) in 1910

Click here to see the image of the First Frame home in AnadarkoThe first frame building in Anadarko
built by
Arista Flanagan for his family.
It is across the street from the school and

has been remodeled in recent years.
Submitted by
Nila O. Tyrrel.

Click here to see the image of the Holcolmb Homestead (111K)Picture of the old Holcomb homestead
in Cogar, Caddo Co., Ok.
It was the first 2 story log cabin built there,
and it has been moved and restored.
It is now in Oklahoma City.
Submitted by
Edyth Holcomb Sargent

Click here to see the Cogar 1927 image 57 KBMy older siblings went to Mayflower while
living in the attached "shack".
My uncle refused to let me see this house where
I was born when I visited there.
Submitted by
Nila O. Tyrrel.

These two photos are the "home places" of my GGrandparents. Both are located near the Sickles Community. The Ross place was North of Sickles and the Miller place was south of Sickles.
Submitted by:
Linda Ross Owings, Anadarko

Miller home placeTaken about 1902 the Miller place south of Sickles Community was home to Henry H. Miller and wife Myrtle Muzetta Covert Miller. The little girl is my grandmother Stella Blanche Miller Ross.

Ross home placeTaken early 1900's the Ross place north of Sickles Community and was the home of William Ruel Ross and wife Henryetta Greeson Ross. One of the young men on horseback is my grandfather Willard Ansel Ross.

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