74.18a-b. P-029; Photo-people-children: Runyan Children, Roy, Denver, Myrtle, and Foy where children of M.C. Runyan; History: the Runyan family arrived in Norman shortly after the run; Mr. Runyan eventually became involved in the mercantile business and was a partner in the Arkansas Store. information typed on front of mount. 1. Roy (Brick) 2. Denver 3. Myrtle 4. Foy. Original pictures - Brooks Studio, Norman, O.T. 5" x 3 5/8". Copy too.
74.18. P-030; Photo-people-group: Photographer, Roy E. Heffner, Soonerland's Picture man, Norman OK; on back: Back row left to right: Martha Schultz, Hannah Braur Theimer, Nadine Lo (?) thu Holland, Alpha Berry Bode, Rober Rause, Leo Bodine, Elmer Capshaw, Earl Elledge; Front Row: left to right, John Tobermase, Fannie Taylor Holland, Foy Runyan, Miss Lyda White, Sophia Martin Massey, Dorothy Morter Luttrell, Blanche Smith Wails, Eloda Wheeler. Class reunion 1928.
74.50.8a-b. P-056; Photo-People-Families-Moore: Original Picture: William S Moore and Mary Agnes Lindsay (Wantland); postcard picture made by Miller in St. Joseph, Missouri. 6 3/8" x 4 1/8" photo b: William S. Moore & Grandniece Mary Agnes Lindsay: picture mounted on dark gray mat; History: "William S. Moore and his wife Agnes moved from St. Joseph, Missouri in the 1980s. He invested in and sold real estate. He became president of NORMAN BUILDING
83.526.4 P-109; Photo-people-girls: unidentified girl wearing sundress and perles; long blonde hair; stamp on back says: Mack berstresser 1309 Oakhurst Ave., Norman ok, #191; 5" x 7". History: Berstresser bought up photos and equipment associated with Coleman's studio. Photos gathered for exhibit at museum.
86.526.11 (a) P-115; Photo-people-family: Max Fischer Family; Coleman Collection;Typed on mat: Max Fischer and wife moved to Norman From Victoria, Texas in 1893; he established the first plumbing business in the state of Oklahoma, known as the M. F. Fischer Plumbing Company; Fischer was active in civic projects; he served as Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce. A: picture; 5 7/8"x 4 3/8". mounted on dark mat; B: on display (Western History Collection)
83.533.3 P-134 Photo-people-girl: Lulu (Lucinda Pounds) Briggs, cousin Julia (Melton) Bumgarner, Lulu-mother of Vivian Briggs Murphy; picture taken befor Lulu married at 16 yearsold, she and this cousin ran off to Indiana Terr. In 1888 and Married Lula to William Walter Briggs; Julia Bumgarner whos mother was siter of J.W. Pound and married Thomas Bumgarner. Julia married Waller Chamberg, left him, married Dick Carroll.
83.521.7 P-149 Photo-people-Women: ads from magazine or newspaper; page from book; laminated; taped together; collage of photos: Mrs. Eva Ware, Mrs. Mary F. Helvie, Mrs. Jennie Boyd, Mrs. Mattie King Moore, Mrs. Anice Lowry Kelley, Mrs. N. White, Mrs. Mrs. Carrie H. Taylor, Mrs. Mabel Mayfield, Mrs Martha J. Ross, Mrs. Nellie McMurtry, Mrs. Harriet A. DeBarr, Mrs. Lucy T. Kingkade, Mrs. Olive Meacham, Mrs. Mary Edwards, Mrs. Leah H. Amos, Mrs. Jessie Robinson Macky, Mrs. Sara Ellen Kiddens, Mrs. Mattie Richardson, Mrs. Rixler.
83.543.1 P-152 photo-people-public figure: Abner Ernest Norman , Norman's founder. 7 1/8" x 9 1/4". History: Abnert Earnest Norman was an administrator for the surveyors for the U.S. Land office in 1871; He continued until the survey of the Cleveland County aria was completed in 1873. The town name of Norman was taken from a tree carving "Norman's Camp" made by one of the survey teams. Mr. Norman was never in the area. He made plans to visit in the summer of 1922. He died March 18, 1922.
83.543.2 P-153 photo-people-public figure: Albert Ernest Norman, black and white.n7 1/1" x 9 1/4". History: Abner Earnest Norman was an administrator for the surveyors for the U.S. Land office in 1871; He continued until the survey of the Cleveland County aria was completed in 1873. The town name of Norman was taken from a tree carving "Norman's Camp" made by one of the survey teams. Mr. Norman was never in the area. He made plans to visit in the summer of 1922. He died March 18, 1922.
83.595.1 P-205 original photo; black and white; names on front: top row: Brockman, Mathias, Woodall, Hunter, Carrol, Durkee, Patterson, Whistler; Second row: McBride, Tolbert, John, Bristow, Lamb, Owen; bottom row: Fleming, McFaddin, Hickman, Boatright, Arbuckle, Hammert, Jackson, Steinberger, McDermott; photograph by: Gilbert A. Jain, 1626 Chautauqua, Norman, OK