If you know any of the people
in these photographs, please
let us know.
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Previous owner: Cecil Lee of Eakly
It was thought this might be the
Studeville Place near Cobb Creek Station in Eakly, OK but some that saw
it said they didn't think it could be. I put this in the Eakly paper
for someone to see if they knew where this might be but no luck. Maybe
someone on your site could identify this. I would appreciate it. Thank
Submitted by: Mary (Lee) McCulley
unidentified Holt Family photos
Indian Gentleman from Anadarko.
Maybe a chief (possibly Kiowa).
The picture was taken in the 50's.
His name might be Mr. Thomas.
Unknown who the people are in
this picture. Probably taken in Hydro around 1906 or 1907.
Submitted by Sandra Willis
Do you know these people?
On frame around picture it says,
"Clink scales Studio -
What Indian tribe did this lady belong to? Do you know anything about
the photography studio where this picture was taken?
Note: There is a possibility this could be James DeHart
& wife Sarah Beck abt 1865/1870. (maybe wedding picture?) Do
you know them?
Submitted by Myrna Wells, with permission of owner Sharon
Middleton. If you have any info on this photo please email me. Myrna Wells firstname.lastname@example.org
This woman look Indian is why I
named it Indian woman. It is from my uncle Decker's pictures. Other family names
Camp, Price, Cobb,
Conser, Hilburn, Choate, West, Prince and Spencer. They lived in Mo. Ark and
Leflora co., Heavner, Okla.
Thank you Mildred Deese
picture is of a saloon located in Carnegie Oklahoma supposedly taken in
1900. The bartender in the picture is supposed to be a relative of Rex
Any information on the photo would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
submitted by Rex Isham
family photo collection. These five photos would be in the same family.
these four photos taken by:
Clinkscales Studio, Caddo Indian Terr.
this one is from Caddo Indian Terr.
can not read studio name.
Would love to know who these children are. I am in the process of
restoring these photos.