Rescuing Texas History, 2007 - 36 Matching Results

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[Baltimore Building and Lee Building in Oklahoma City]

Description: Monochromatic postcard with pictures of two buildings in Oklahoma City. On the left is the Baltimore Building, a five-story building with Seaver Drugs on its first floor. On the right is the Lee Building, another five story brick building. Printed on the card, "Greetings from Oklahoma City, Okla." Handwritten on the front, July 13th/ 07, Dear Pap- Jack came all right - & seems to be perfectly well but I was surprised to see him so soon. not a line from any of you yet. He is not so well has an eye tooth nearly through. will write you tomorrow. Alice" It is addressed to Mr. A. Bassano, 527 S. Mill St, Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla. on July 13, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Broadway Looking South]

Description: Color postcard with an image of a busy street. Above the image is the text, "Broadway looking South, OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla." The correspondence on the back reads, "Dear Pap, We all think 'her' is better this morning her fever is not so high and she seems more playful. Lots of love to you all from 'her'. Alice [ ] -16th." The postcard is addressed to Mr. A. Bassano, 327 S. 18th St. Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla. on Oct 16, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

Carnegie Library, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Description: Color postcard depicting the Carnegie Library in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is a two-story brick and stone building with a fountain in its courtyard. Handwritten on the front, "Do hope Mr. M is better give him our love if you see him." Correspondence on the back reads, "Her is lots better missed her fever last night and acts pretty heart this A.M. a letter from you and a card from 'Auto' glad to get both love to you all Alice [ ].' It is addressed to Mr. A Bassano, #527 S. 18th St., Paris, Tex" It is postmarked Oklahoma, Oklahoma on Aug 16, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

Colcord Residence, Oklahoma City, Okla.

Description: Color postcard picturing the Colcord Residence in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The mansion is red brick with a large porch across the front with a balcony above it. There are large columns at the front entrance. A green lawn with small trees surrounds the house. Correspondence on the back reads, "You do not deserve even a post card but since it's my day to write you I will write. I am sorry we tired you so with our long stay that near two weeks has passed and not a line from you. Are all fairly well. her is better and seems like her self. She wants to see Aunto and Poppa and Mamma. her say so. Alice." It is addressed to Miss Rosa Bassano, 527 S. 18th St., Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla on Jul 20, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Cotton Compress, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma]

Description: Color postcard with an image of a cotton compress. Above the image is the text, "Cotton Compress, OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla." and handwritten is, "Oct/20th/07." The correspondence on the back of the postcard reads, "My Dear Auntie Mud and I are awful fond of our [ ] of my dirty giny [ ] fix a while Mud will write you in a day or two and send you some [ ]." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Bassano, 527 S. 18th St., Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla. on Oct 22, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

Court House, Oklahoma City, Okla.

Description: Color postcard depicting the Oklahoma City court house. Correspondence reads, "Dear friend, we received your postal. glad to hear from you. hope you are all well. we have the house full and are kept busy We intended to write you about Mrs. Erler loosing her sister. did not get time. Is it not sad. let us hear from you. Ida Reed". It is addressed to Mrs. Earl Dill, Paris, Texas, No. 527 S. 18th St. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla on Jul 3, 1908.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

Delmar Garden, Oklahoma City, Okla.

Description: Color postcard depicting an aerial view of Delmar Park in Oklahoma City. There are rides such as the ferris wheel, there is a theatre and a horse race track, and a trolley in the foreground. The correspondence on the back reads, " I hope you will pardon me, but I just happened to think that I failed to give you the add. of the boarding house I spoke of, it is George Boon, 29 E 4th St. OC - Hopinh you will be successful. I remain sincerely, G. C. Taylor". It is addressed to Mrs. E. A Dill, 527 S 18th St, Paris, Texas. It is post marked Oklahoma, Okla, July 15, 1908.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Hotel Threadgill in Oklahoma City]

Description: Monochromatic postcard depicting the Hotel Threadgill in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is a four-story building made of brick with striped awnings. Handwritten on the front of the postcard, "My Dear Pap- Rose got here all O.K. at 8.15 last night. her was awful glad to see her 'Anto' & seems to think that there might to be someone else with her. I am sick over Bru not being able to stay longer. but half loaf is better than none. her is well & hope she will stay that way. lots of love to you all - Lovingly Alice." It is addressed to Mr. A. Bassano, 527 S. Mill St., Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla. on Aug 23, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

India Temple, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Description: Color postcard with picture of a four-story building with red and white striped awnings and classical architectural elements. Printed text reads,"India Temple, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma." Correspondence on the card reads, "Dear Papa-her is some better this morning but was real sick all yesterday and last night. The Dr. says that it's nothing alarming but it will be a day or two. her talk about her poppa and auntie all day and last night. Alice" On the front is written"her has malarial and the Dr. says her will not be much sick so don't worry. I'll let you know every day." Sent to Mr.A. Bassano in Paris, Texas. Postmarked Oct 15, 1907 in Oklahoma City.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Lee Hotel in Oklahoma City]

Description: Color postcard depicting the Lee Hotel in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is a five-story red brick building with striped awnings on some of the windows. There are carts and pedestrians in the streets near the building. A sign on the street level reads, "Democratic Headquarters." Handwritten on the front is the date, "July 8th/07" Correspondence on the back reads, "Dear folks - we arrived all O.K. & all feel pretty good today. hope Jack is improving, had as very pleasant trip, will write tomorrow. do you all miss us Lovingly, Alice & her." It is addressed to Mr. A. Bassano, 527 S. Mill St., Paris, Tex. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla on Jul 9, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Main Street in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma]

Description: Color postcard with an image of Main Street in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Above the image is the text, "Main St., looking West, OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla." and handwritten is, "Earl [ ] with Mr. [ ] Sunday and we will come to make you a visit [ ] we will [ ] here sat at 0-30 P.M. May /[ ]/07." The correspondence on the back reads, "Dear Poppa, Mamma, and Aunto: I will only write a line and tell you that we are all well and that we will [ ] you all else we know about the 1st either sat sunday or monday. Yous R.L.D." The postcard is addressed to Mr. A. Bassano, 527 S. 18th St., Paris, Texas. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla. on May 29, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

Picnic on Simms Place

Description: Photograph of a large group of people walking away from the camera. They are outside on grass and there are many trees. The women wear white blouses with skirts, some wear hats, the men wear trousers and shirts with hats. There are children running. In the lower left hand corner of the frame there is writing that reads, "I am in front of Bessie Huff. Picnic on Simms Place 1908". Across the bottom it reads, "Mr. and Mrs. Huff" and "Grace Bayer".
Date: July 4, 1908
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Portrait of People Sitting in a Car and Standing in a Building]

Description: Photograph of a white building with sliding doors. One man is standing in the doorway, wearing a jacket, overalls and hat, and two men in hats are squatting in front of the doors. Next to the building is a Model-T Ford with one man in a suit, tie, and hat standing next to it, and one man, one woman, and five children in the car. All the people in the photograph are African-American. On the far left side of the frame is a small white building.
Date: unknown
Partner: Wolf Creek Heritage Museum

[Postcard of "Landing"]

Description: Postcard with an image of a woman stepping out of a kayak. Below the image is the text, "Landing" and handwritten is, "4/29/07 Auto Rosa to Little Rosa." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 206 E. 5th Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked on Apr 29, 1907.
Date: April 29, 1907
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

[Postcard of "Summer Joys"]

Description: Postcard with an image of a woman standing near a kayak. Below the image is the text, "Summerjoys" and handwritten is, "Hello My-Little Precious, Auto. 4/29/07." The postcard is addressed to Miss Rosa Louise Dill, 206 E. 5th Street, Oklahoma City, Okla. It is postmarked Monett & Paris on Apr 29, 1907.
Date: April 29, 1907
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes

["The Ranger" near Dougherty, Oklahoma]

Description: Santa Fe's No. 1, with two diesel units heading "The Ranger" train No. 6, northbound, with a consist of ten cars, in Big Canyon near Dougherty, Oklahoma, close to the Arbuckle mountain range. The image has been attributed to photographer Preston George.
Date: April 1937
Partner: Museum of the American Railroad

Robinson Street, Looking North From Grand Avenue. Oklahoma City, Okla.

Description: monochromatic reproductionof a painting on a postcard showing Robinson Street, looking north from Grand Avenue in Oklahoma City, Okla. The correspondence reads, "Hello Pap: I am having a fine time, wish I could stay a month but will be home Wed. Lovingly, Rose". It is addressed to Mr. Alf. bassano, 527 So. 18th Street, Paris, Texas. It is postmarked Oklahoma, Okla. on Aug 25, 1907.
Date: unknown
Partner: Private Collection of Joe E. Haynes