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1985.099. Anna L. B. Korn Collection, 1913-1958
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Anna L. B. Korn Collection, Oklahoma Historical Society Research Division
Released on 2007-01-04.
format M1985.099. Manuscripts, 1913 -1958
box 1. Women in Politics, Women's Organizations, and Oklahoma Historical Society Materials, 1913-1958
Folder 1. Anna Korn Biographical Information and Records of J.N. Korn.
Folder 2. Correspondence with Anna Korn, 1937-1939.
Folder 3. Origin of Statehood Day by Anna Korn.
Folder 4. Oklahoma Historical Society.
Folder 5. Women's Democratic Council Resolutions, Speeches, and Correspondence, 1935, 1938.
Folder 6. American War Mothers, 1946, 1948.
Folder 7. Oklahoma Memorial Association, 1927-1953.
Folder 8. Oklahoma Women's Groups Letterheads and a Listing of Committee Members for an Unknown Group.
Folder 9. Oklahoma Society, United States Daughters of 1812, 1924-1930.
Folder 10. United Daughters of the Confederacy Report, 1919.
Folder 11. Record Book for the Democratic Women of the State Group, 1938-1941.
Folder 12. Women's Suffrage Postcards and a Yearbook for the Daughters of Democracy, 1949-1950.
Folder 13. Programs for the Women's Democratic Council, Women's Jeffersonian Club, and the Washington Victory Dinner, 1925, 1934-1935, 1942.
Folder 14. "The Story of my Life" by Edith Johnson, "Visibil or Invisible, Democracy or Despotism," and "Alice "Crossing the Bar"" (Mary Alice Hearrell Murray).
Folder 15. Newspaper Articles on Women in Politics and Equal Rights, 1934-1935.
Folder 16. Booklets and Programs: Red Cross, Sorosis Club, Women's Culture Club, and George Washington Dinner".
Folder 17. Articles Regarding Women in Politics, 1938-1942.
Folder 18. Political Advertisment for Robert Burns for State Senator.
Folder 19. Report of an Investigation of the Wester Oklahoma Home for Orphans, 08/17/1938.
Folder 20. The Louise Home, Washington D.C.
Folder 21. J.C. Penny.
oversize box 2. Oversize Scrapbooks, 1913-1958
Released on 2013-05-16.
format P1985.099. Photographs, 1913-1958
box 1. Box 1, 1913-1958
Postcard 18750. Confederate home in Ardmore, Oklahoma, 1918/05/27
Coverage. (MARC Geographic Area)
Coverage. (Dublin Core Qualified)
Ardmore (City), in Oklahoma (USA)
photograph black and white 18755. Towns - El Reno - Red Cross Hut, 1910s
photograph color 18754. Towns - Elk City - Community Hospital-Clinic Group - First co-operative hospital in the United States, Founded in 1929 by Michael A. Shadid, MD - Printed by MWM Co., Aurora, MO, 1913-1958
photograph color 18749. Towns - Shawnee - Buildings National Bank of Commerce, Shawnee, OK Interior, 1913-1958
photograph color 18748. Towns - Shawnee - Buildings National Bank of Commerce, Shawnee, OK. Exterior, 1913-1958
photograph black and white 7162. Towns - Oklahoma City - Parades - Statehood Day, 1932, O G & E Float - Unknown women on float, 1913-1958
photograph black and white 7174.2. Persons - Mrs. Blanche E. Little of Cushing, OK. Photo by Donaldson Studio, Washington, D.C., May 1, 1926
photograph black and white 2034. Indians - Delaware - Persons - Charles Journeycake, Delaware Chief. Photo by W. A. Dilbeck's Photo Service, El Reno, OK., 1913-1958
photograph black and white 7175. Persons - Mrs. Blanche E. Little, of Cushing, OK., c. 1928. Photo by Harris & Ewing, Washington, DC., 1913-1958
photograph black and white 7174.1. Persons - Blanche E. Little, May 1, 1926. Photo by Donaldson Studio, Washington, DC., 1913-1958
photograph black and white 7303. Organizations - Daughters of 1812 - April 25, 1927, Washington, DC. L. to R.: 1. Mrs Blanche E. Little, Cushing, 2. Miss Mary Briscoe Jones, 3. Miss Ruth Tagwell Jones, Presenting the Oklahoma State Flag at the National Associated Council., 1913-1958
photograph black and white 18746. TOWNS - HENNESSEY - "THE WOMEN OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH HENNESSEY, OKLA. CLEARING AWAY THE DEBRIS OF THE BURNED BUILDING, DOING THE FIRST WORK TOWARD ERECTING A NEW HOUSE OF WORSHIP" 5804. PRINTED BY THE ART MFG. CO., ZANESVILLE, OH. POST CARD., Postmarked Sept. 17, 1920
photograph black and white 6104. PERSONS - ANNA B., MRS. FRANK KORN, EL RENO, OK. ORGANIZER OF MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION, 1913-1958
photograph black and white 6103. PERSONS - FRANK N. KORN, EL RENO, OK. TRAIN MASTER AND CHIEF DISPATCHER, C.I.R. & P. RAILROAD, 1906-1933, 1913-1958
photograph black and white 7176. PERSONS - MRS. GLADYS ANDERSON-EMERSON, SCIENTIST, OK. HALL OF FAME IN 1943. PHOTO BY BLACKSTONE STUDIOS, NEW YORK CITY, NY., 1943