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Cavalry Rider Jumping Barbwire Fence
Copy negative of a US. army horse jumping a barbed wire fence in Ft. Riley, Kansas. Rider is wearing a uniform including a hat. There is a hill and tree in the background.
The Comanche Country, 1875
Military map of the Indian Territory in the Great Plains, showing Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Kansas. The map includes military trails and posts (abandoned and occupied). State lines, towns, railroads, bodies of water, and areas of elevation are also included. Towns enclosed in brackets were established after 1875. Relief shown in hachures.
[Map of Routes of Coronado and Army]
Map of the Coronado Expedition, 1540-1542, through parts of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. The map includes state boundary lines, bodies of water, major towns, forts, and areas of elevation. A legend, included in the lower-right corner, indicates directions of the routes of Coronado and his army. No scale indicated.
Indian Territory with part of the adjoining state of Kansas, &c.
Map of Indian Territory in Kansas and Oklahoma, showing the boundaries of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, the Creek, the Seminole, and leased Indian Country. The map also shows settlements, military posts, and roads. Scale ca. 1:1,500,000
Sectional map indicating main automobile roads between Canada and United States (middle west sheet).
Map of roadways in the Midwestern United States and southern portions of the Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario provinces of Canada. The map includes major towns, bodies of water, and boundaries. The map also includes an inset map of the four Canadian road map sheets in this series near the upper-right corner. Scale [ca. 1:2,217,600] (35 miles to the inch).
The Comanche Country and Adjacent Territory, 1860
Military map of the Comanche Indian Territory in the Great Plains, showing Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, and Colorado. The map includes military trails and posts (abandoned and occupied). State lines, towns, bodies of water, and areas of elevation are also shown. Towns enclosed in brackets were established after 1860. Relief shown in hachures.
Map Showing the Route of E.F. Beale from Fort Smith, ARK. to Alburquerque, NM.
Three maps showing the route of E. F. Beale from Fort Smith, Arkansas, to Albuquerque, New Mexico (left); the leased portion of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation (upper-right); and country between the Brazos River and the Kansas River (lower-right). Relief shown in hachures. Scale varies.
Map showing Cattle Trails as used from 1866 to 1895
Map of the cattle trails throughout Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, and Texas, used to travel northward to markets and shipping points. The map also includes state boundaries, major towns, bodies of water, and areas of elevation. Relief shown in hachures. No scale indicated.
Wichita
Topographic quadrangle map of Wichita, Kansas, and the surrounding area, showing populated areas, boundaries, water bodies, railroads, roads, and landmarks. Reliefs shown by contours, spot heights, and colors, with heights in meters and includes reliability diagram, index to adjoining sheets, index to boundaries, and graded tints in meters and feet. Scale 1:1,000,000
The Comanche Country and Adjacent Territory, 1840
Military map of the Comanche Indian Territory in the Great Plains, showing Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, Colorado, and Nebraska. The map includes military trails and posts (abandoned and occupied). State lines, towns, bodies of water, and areas of elevation are also shown. Towns enclosed in brackets were established after 1840. Relief shown in hachures.
Sectional Map indicating main Automobile Roads between Canada and United States (Middle West Sheet).
Map of roadways in the Midwestern United States and southern portions of the Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario provinces of Canada. The map includes major towns and cities; bodies of water, including the Great Lakes; and boundaries. The map also includes an inset map of the four Canadian road map sheets in this series near the upper-right corner. Scale [ca. 1:2,217,600] (35 miles to the inch).
Trails made and routes used by the Fourth U.S. Cavalry: Under command of General R.S. MacKenzie in its operations against hostile Indians in Texas, Indian-Territory (now Oklahoma), New Mexico and Old Mexico during the period of 1871-2-3-4 and 5
Military map of the routes used by R.S. Mackenzie and his troops, including New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas as well as parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, and Mexico. The map shows routes, trails, railroads, roads, camps, old forts, other landmarks, battles with American Indians, and names and locations of American Indian tribes in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Scale [ca. 1:1,405,436] (23.76 miles to the inch).
Women in Western Wear
Copy photograph of the Hardin-Simmons University Six White Horses riders posing in in a field in Dodge City, Kansas. The riders are in uniform and are posing with their right shoulders toward the camera. They pose with their sponsor.
Exterior Buildings
1 copy negative of Front Street in Dodge City, Kansas. There are multiple horse-drawn vehicles in front of the various storefronts.
[Note Paper from The St. Anthony]
Notes written on a small piece of paper with the logo and name of The St. Anthony in San Antonio, Texas. The notes includes names of people and businesses as well as some cities.