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ADDISON
George A. Addison Photographs and Tax Document
Photographs from the studio of Texas and Oklahoma Territory photographer George A. Addison, consisting primarily of portraits of American Indians from the Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory area.

CUNNINGHAM
Robert E. Cunningham Oklahoma History Collection
Collection assembled by Cunningham, a collector and Stillwater, Oklahoma photographer, chronicles the early development of Oklahoma through an extensive assemblage of negatives, photographs, documents, and other archival materials.

DOUBLEDAY
Ralph R. Doubleday Rodeo Photographs
Over 4,000 photographic negatives taken by one of the earliest and best rodeo photographers.

GREGORY
Bern Gregory Rodeo Photographs
Over 86,000 photographic negatives and slides of Midwestern and Southeastern rodeos taken between 1958 and 1988.

HELFRICH
DeVere Helfrich Rodeo Photographs
Over 37,000 photographic negatives and log books documenting Midwestern and West Coast rodeos between 1941 and 1970.

IRWIN
William E. Irwin Photographic Portfolio and Photographs
Portfolio of 50 American Indian photographs by William E. Irwin, a photographer active in Chickasha, Indian Territory in the 1890s and early-1900s, whose images document the Chiricahua Apache, Comanche, and Kiowa who lived near Anadarko, Indian Territory and Fort Sill.

JONES
J. E. Jones Photographic Album
Photographic album with 45 photographs by J. E. Jones, whose images document the Sioux Indians at the Cheyenne River Agency in South Dakota, the Assiniboine and Gros Ventre Indians at the Fort Belknap Agency in Montana, and the Western Apache Indians at the San Carlos Agency in Arizona.

MCCARROLL
The Bruce McCarroll Collection of the Bonnie & Frank McCarroll Rodeo Archives
Over 850 photographic postcards featuring Frank and Bonnie McCarroll, rodeo, and other historical subjects. The collection also includes photographic prints, panoramics and a scrapbook.

BETTINA STEINKE
Bettina Steinke and Don Blair Papers
Papers and photographs of artist Bettina Steinke and her husband, commercial photographer and gallery owner, Don Blair, which features nearly 38,000 prints, negatives, transparencies, and slides documenting their lives and careers.

TEGLAND
Howard Tegland Rodeo Postcards Collection
This collection includes 180 photographic postcards of rodeo and cowboy performers of the 1920s, including Mabel Strickland, Fox and Mike Hastings, Mary and Red Sublett, Bob Askin, Yakima Canutt, Lynn Huskey, and Leonard Stroud, among others. There's a group photograph of cowgirls at the Bozeman Round-Up, one of which may be an African-American or Native American cowgirl.

TINKER
Arthur M. Tinker Photographs
Photographs taken on a wide variety of Indian agencies and reservations by amateur photographer and United States Indian Inspector Arthur M. Tinker, consisting primarily of scenes of Indian agency life between 1898 and 1902.

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