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On the back of this photo is written:
made in 1920
Tom Bradley
both are friends

submitted by Bernita Young


This photo has "Orbery Nevills" written on the front.
There was no other info.

submitted by Bernita Young

Thomas Wilson and his family
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Taken about 1898, probably near Dunbar.
Identification by Dollie Harrison Adair Jones, daughter of Eunice Claudie Wilson.

Left to right
Eunice Claudie Wilson
Thomas Wilson holding Ida May Wilson
Mary C. "Molly" Briggs holding Dewey F. Wilson
Effie Wilson


submitted by Cathy Stiles
Photo taken about 1930 either at Harrison or Briggs home in Moyers

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 Identified by Dollie Harrison Adair Jones.

Front row, left to right:
Little Driver boy,  William Doyle "Nub" Briggs Troy Driver

Second row, left to right
Effie Wilson Herrington, Leulia McDonald, Mrs. Driver

Third row, left to right
Dollie Herrington, John Will Harrison, Mable Hartsell, William Douglas Briggs, Allie McDonald Briggs with Mary Jane Briggs, Girl in hat--don't know, Dollie Harrison Jones, Pauline Driver

Fourth row left to right
Bill Driver, Charlie Harrison, Junior Elmer "Jack" Briggs

submitted by Cathy Stiles

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submitted by Les Walling"

OKLAHOMA BEAR HUNTERS shown in this old photograph which was taken in 1901 and is owned by C. F. Chapman. The story says two bears were killed by the Oklahoma hunters but only one can be found in the photograph. The man on the top right standing is Chapman's father

People numbered in yellow.

1. Sampson Dodson Walling
2. Albert Arthur Walling
3. Burnie Walling (small kid)
4. Brice Lowel
5. Frank Lane
6. Abe Chapman
7. Nealy Burnnette
8. Joe Bishop (Betty Walling's father)
9. Grandpa Lane Lifford
10. Jib Lane

Can anyone identify these people?

It is thought to be Rufus and Almeda(Pool) Tyler and some of their children.

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unknown group maybe Pool or Tyler family

submitted by Jossie VanHorn

Antlers, Oklahoma Jailhouse - 1920

Tall man on the left is Ed NABORS - Chief Deputy. Others, from left of Ed: Jake ROSENTHAL - jailor; Charlie HURD - jailor; Jeff HARRIS - US Marshal; Joe NEAL - US Marshal; Bill ADAMS - US Marshal; Batler PULLEN - US Marshal; little Antlers, Oklahoma Jailhouse - 1920. Tall man on the left is Ed NABORS - Chief Deputy. Others, from left of Ed: Jake ROSENTHAL - jailor; Charlie HURD - jailor; Jeff HARRIS - US Marshal; Joe NEAL - US Marshal; Bill ADAMS - US Marshal; Batler PULLEN - US Marshal; little Billie ELLIS; Clarence ELLIS - Undersheriff; & Farmer WILSON

Contributed by Barbara Chadwick of Kenai, Alaska

This photo was supplied by Barbara McClain
Submitted by Sharon Burnett Crawford

Corneluis T. Burnett's Old Home Place, which became the Clayton Funeral Home in 1996. It was taken around 1912, Clayton, Pushmataha County. The names in the photo are left to right, Bob BURNETT, holding baby Alice; Berts wife, Hattie; Etta Burnett ROBINSON; Ida Rachel Pressgrove BURNETT; Ollie ROBERTSON (Etta's husband); Corneluis T. BURNETT; Joe BURNETT; William S. BURNETT.


Henry J. Redding Family, Sardis, Pusmataha County, Oklahoma - 1920s

Contributed by Linda Southard

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