The Ormer Locklear Collection - 11 Matching Results

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[Individuals on street]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear's funeral. In the photograph, crowds of people stand on sidewalks at an intersection as they wait for the funeral procession to pass by. A streetcar is visible on the right.
Date: August 5, 1920
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Locklear's place of death]

Description: Photograph of three man standing at the place where Ormer Locklear died. Text on the reverse reads: "Signal Hill, California, where he was killed. Ormer's brother, Orman Locklear (on the left) and Mr. Shelby (Ormer's manager, on the extrem [sic] right) being shown by a man, where Orman was killed. This is an original photo."
Date: August 1920
Creator: Cross, William
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Locklear's plane engine]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear's OX-5 engine. Text on the reverse reads: "Locklear's OX-5 engine. Picture was taken day after the fatal crash. It was fug from dike where it had buried itself five feet in earth. Note one bank of cylinders broken off showing terrific impact of plane. It is propped before the top wing of the plane. August 3, 1920. CREDIT: Colonel Art Goebel."
Date: August 3, 1920
Creator: Goebel, Art
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Morris & Co carriage]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear's funeral. In the photograph, six horses lead a Morris & Company carriage. A sign poking out of the carriage reads: "Meet Queen Locklear, Morris & Co Supreme, Prize Shorthorn, THIS IS NO BULL!!" Two men in white hold the reigns.
Date: August 5, 1920
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[National Anthem at Locklear's funeral]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear's funeral. Text on the reverse reads: "Army units and civilians stand at attention during playing of 'National Anthem' at Los Angeles Southern Pacific Station on Central Avenue. Spray of flowers marks Locklear's casket. Sol Wurtzel stands to left of spray. Locklear's body is being sent to Fort Worth, Elliott's to Gadsden, Alabama, August 5, 1920."
Date: August 5, 1920
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas