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  Harry E. Chrisman, former Liberal author and historian, donated a large collection of his writings, photographs, and other items to Liberal Memorial Library for the purpose of research. This database searches the contents of the Chrisman Collection.  
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CallNo: A1-F2f5  
Descriptive Title: Cassette tape Hysteria Haven   Type: 
Date of Origin: 5/16/1974   Provenance:
Size:    Condition: 
Text: "Harry & Cathy & Pauline Hodges, lecturing on writing books to High School classes of Castle Rock, Colorado 5-16-1974. Discussion on books 50 years on the Owl Hoot Trail, Lost Trails of the Cimarron and Cathys books [ms] Hysteria Haven."
Misc Info: Blue cassette tape with cardboard description in plastic box. On tape is "To #175 Cathy on her book "Hysteria Haven" and Harry on Printing etc." Made CD-R copy.
Subject: Lecture
Pauline Hodges teacher
Castle Rock, Colorado High School
50 years on the Owl Hoot Trail
Lost Trails of the Cimarron
Catherine Chrisman
Harry Chrisman
  Related to:  P1-F1a
L1-F1a
Other:    

CallNo: E24  
Descriptive Title: Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation   Type: Envelope
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size:    Condition: good
Text: Negative envelope says: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation ; 1 circled ; 1 V odd = 1-5x7 ; 1 each
Misc Info: This negative envelope had a negative in it. The whole thing was placed in a mat/frame.
Subject: Rosebud Reservation
Indians
Reservations
Cattle
Horses
Todd County, S.D.
Texas trail herds
Pens
Fence
  Related to:  P201
N210
M/F10
Other:    

CallNo: E31-F2a4  
Descriptive Title: Hancock family   Type: Envelope
Date of Origin: 1988?   Provenance:
Size: 5 9/16 x 8 11/16"   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Negs of Hancock + Prints ; C 215292 ; Chrisman, H ; Date 9/22 ; Phone 238-5782 ; BLACK AND WHITE [check mark] ; Matte. ; Negative No. Lorig ; Instructions 1 ea C N ; 5 ea 5 x 7 ; PRINTS MADE 1 cn 5 ox ; PRICE Dev. 5.00 Print 11.25 Total $16.25 ; COLORADO CAMERA CO, INC. Custom Color And B&W Finishers 2480 Kipling St. Lakewood, Colo. 80215 233-4788 ; CALL
Misc Info: Envelope is for ordering photo enlargements, reprints, development and such.
Subject: Hancock family prints
Trailer house
Colorado Camera Co, Inc.
Negatives
Prints
  Related to:  P495
P276 (2 copies)
Other: Envelope had 2 copies of same photo P276. Original photo is P495.    

CallNo: L13-F1b  
Descriptive Title: Letter from Hattie B. Willard   Type: Letter
Date of Origin: March 25, 1964   Provenance:
Size: 8 1/2 x 9"   Condition: very good
Text: La Crescenta Calif. Mar - 25/64 Mr. Chrisman - your very courteous letter need. I will attempt to answer though briefly & with little of interest to add. (next paragraph) Mr. Willard was born in Pott. Co. Kans. And never having lived in the area of which you speak he has nothing to add t the History. But as his wife also from Kansas I would be very pleased to read your book. "Lost Trails of the Cimarron." (next paragraph) In fact I have not reconstructed the areas through which the Cimarron River passed. I do remember that the Cim-River ran through Okla. Not too distant from Faxan. Respectfully yours, Mrs. Hattie B. Willard. 3736 Anderson Ave. La Crescenta Calif. Mrs. Willard 3736 Anderson Ave. La Crescenta, Calif. P.S. I enclose a "not very good picture" I hoped to find one that was autographed but failed at this time. Sent her copy of L.T.
Misc Info: Letter is handwritten in blue ink.
Subject: Jess Willard
Heavyweight champion of the world
Pott. Co. Kansas
Lost Trails of the Cimarron
Cimarron River
Oklahoma
La Crescenta, California
boxing
boxer
  Related to:  P202-F1b
Other:    

CallNo: M/F10  
Descriptive Title: Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation   Type: Matting - Frame
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size:    Condition: very good
Text: Issuing Cattle to Indians on Rosebud Reservation - (neg. only)
Misc Info: This mat/frame had a negative in a negative envelope that was placed in it. Negative envelope says: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation ; 1 circled ; 1 V odd = 1-5x7 ; 1 each
Subject: Rosebud Reservation
Indians
Cattle
Horses
Reservations
Todd County, S.D.
Texas trail herds
  Related to:  P201
N210
E24
Other:    

CallNo: M/F4  
Descriptive Title: Robbers Roost Montana   Type: Matting - Frame
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size:    Condition: very good
Text: On front: "Robbers Roost" - Mont.
Misc Info: This mat/frame had a negative envelope with a negative. These were inside the mat/frame.
Subject: Robbers roost
Montana
Vigilante trail
House
Building
Trees
  Related to:  P443
P444
E20
N204
Other:    

CallNo: M/F9  
Descriptive Title: Cy Hagadone + Cowboys   Type: Matting - Frame
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size:    Condition: good
Text: On front: Cy Hagadone + Cowboys - Montana
Misc Info: This mat/frame had a negative in it.
Subject: Cy Hagadone
Doc Hagadone
Frank Hagadone
Cowboys
Montana
Card playing
Trail
  Related to:  P440
P441
N209
Other:    

CallNo: N204-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: Robbers roost   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 3/4 x 1 3/4   Condition: excellent
Text: On negative: Robbers roost on Vigilante trail 10
Misc Info: Negative was in a negative envelope with "Negative - 'Robbers Roost' ; 4 with a circle around it ; 2 V copies = 2 - 5x7 1 each" written on it. This negative envelope was in a mat/frame with "Robbers Roost" - Mont. written on it.
Subject: Robbers roost
Montana
House
Trees
Vigilante trail
Building
  Related to:  P443
P444
M/F4
E20
Other: Negative is of a building with trees on the side of it. There appears to be another building behind and to the side of it. Appears to be 2 story with decks on each level.    

CallNo: N209-D1a2  
Descriptive Title: Cy Hagadone and cowboys   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 4 1/2 x 2 7/8   Condition: good
Text: "Doc" Hagadone written on negative.
Misc Info: "Doc" Frank Hagadone, half-brother of Cy Hagadone, old Olive ranch foreman for Olive Brothers in the 1880s. The men are enjoying a friendly card game and a drink along the cattle trail. The time appears to be the late Eighties and no others in the photograph are identified.
Subject: Cy Hagadone
Cowboys
Horses
Card playing
Doc Hagadone
Frank Hagadone
Trail
Montana
  Related to:  P440
P441
M/F9
Other: This negative was in a mat/frame with: Cy Hagadone + Cowboys - Montana written on it. NOTE: Negative says Doc Hagadone and Mat/Frame says Cy Hagadone.    

CallNo: N210-D1a1  
Descriptive Title: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 15/16 x 2 5/16   Condition: very good
Text: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation
Misc Info: This negative was in a negative envelope that was placed in a mat/frame. Negative envelope says: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation ; 1 circled ; 1 V odd = 1-5x7 ; 1 each Mat/frame says: Issuing Cattle to Indians on Rosebud Reservation - (neg. only)
Subject: Rosebud Reservation
Indians
Cattle
Horses
Longhorns
Pen
Fence
Todd County, S.D.
Texas trail herds
Reservations
  Related to:  P201
E24
M/F10
Other: Negative is of corralled cows. There are people on horseback and standing outside of the corral.    

CallNo: N65-5a  
Descriptive Title: Negative of a boy   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 1/2 x 5"   Condition: 
Text: Kodak Safety Film
Misc Info: Picture is of a young boy in far ground with trees behind him. There are rocks on the ground in front of him.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children
Kodak Safety Film
horses cows trees fence boy oxen
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other:    

CallNo: N66-5a  
Descriptive Title: Negative of a boy standing on a rock   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 1/2 x 5"   Condition: very good
Text: Kodak Safety Film; 4C
Misc Info: Picture is of a boy standing on a rock with a line of rocks on ground in front of him. Trees in background. Fence on the side of him.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls
Kodak Safety Film
trees fence boy oxen
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other:    

CallNo: N67-5a  
Descriptive Title: 2 girls on horseback negative   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 1/2 x 5"   Condition: very good
Text: Kodak Safety Film; 7E
Misc Info: Picture is of 2 young girls on horses standing still. Both horses are looking at camera.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls
Kodak Safety Film
horses cows trees fence boy oxen
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other:    

CallNo: N68-5a  
Descriptive Title: Negative of open range with a fence   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 1/2 x 5"   Condition: good
Text: Kodak Safety Film; 8F
Misc Info: Picture is of open range with a fence in middle of picture. Trees in background and to the side.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
1876
Adobe Walls Trail
trees
Kodak Safety Film
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other:    

CallNo: N69-5a  
Descriptive Title: Negative of open range with trees   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 1/2 x 2 1/2"   Condition: very good
Text: Kodak Safety Film; 9
Misc Info: Picture is of open range with trees and shadows.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
trees
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other:    

CallNo: N74-B1a1  
Descriptive Title: Automobile with trailer in front of residential home   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2"   Condition: very good
Text: VP (triangle with top pointed right) 3; VP (triangle with top pointed right) 4; VP (triangle with top pointed right); 6041; Kodak 6041 [tag] 4G23
Misc Info: Car with trailer sits in driveway in front of residential house; trees, shrubs and bushes around house; large house with tile shingles. Other car in driveway.
Subject: automobiles
trailer
residence
home
trees
shrubs
driveway
yard garage Kodak
pillars bushes car roof
shingles windows archways
  Related to: 
Other:    

CallNo: N75-F24  
Descriptive Title: Man getting in car, woman standing beside car   Type: Negative
Date of Origin: 1935   Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2"   Condition: very good
Text: VP (triangle with top pointing right) 1; VP (triangle with top pointing right) 2; Kodak VP 6041; Kodak VP; [tag] 1935 California 1H (DLR, each letter on top of the next, in a line) 743
Misc Info: Man about to get in car; automobile pulling trailer; woman at right wearing robe, hair possibly in curlers; man wearing suit
Subject: man
woman
automobile
trailer
driveway
trees
Kodak
California
suit dress hat
robe curlers car
  Related to: 
Other:    

CallNo: N77-B1a1  
Descriptive Title: Men in car with travel trailer   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 3 9/16"   Condition: very good
Text: Kodak VP6041; Kodak VP6041; VP (triangle with top pointing right)17; VP (triangle with top pointing right)18 [tag] California 4W1764 [building] [?] Hofbrau
Misc Info: Two men sit in convertible automobile; car is pulling travel trailer; car parked in front of building
Subject: automobile
men
travel trailer
building
car
windows
doorway
steps railing fence
Hofbrau trees shrubs Kodak
street driveway California
  Related to: 
Other:    

CallNo: N91-H1h  
Descriptive Title: Wagon Bed Springs Historical Marker   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 5   Condition: very good
Text: [marker] Kansas Historical Marker Wagon Bed Springs TWO MILES SOUTHWEST WERE THE LOWER SPRINGS OF THE CIMARRON, AN "OASIS" IN DRY WEATHER WHERE SHORTCUTS OF THE SANTA FE TRAIL CONVERGED TO CONTINUE UP THE RIVER. THE MOST POPULAR CUT-OFF TURNED SOUTHWEST FROM THE ARKANSAS RIVER IN PRESENT GRAY COUNTY. THE 60-MILE STRETCH BETWEEN THE TWO RIVERS, KNOWN AS THE "JORNADA," WAS A PERILOUS ROUTE FOR MEN AND ANIMALS IN DRY SEASONS WHEN WAGON TRAINS OFTEN RAN OUT OF WATER. HERE ALSO FIERCE PLAINS INDIANS FREQUENTLY ATTACKED AND PLUNDERED THE CARAVANS. NEAR HERE IN 1831 THE NOTED WESTERN EXPLORER AND FUR TRADER JEDEDIAH SMITH, LOST FOUR DAYS WITHOUT WATER, WAS KILLED BY COMANCHES JUST AS HE REACHED THE RIVER. LATE IN THE HISTORY OF THE TRAIL A WAGON BOX SET IN THE WATER GAVE THE SPRINGS THEIR NAME. LITTLE REMAINS OF THIS FAMOUS CAMPING PLACE, BUT WHEEL RUTS OF THE OLD TRAIL MAY STILL BE SEEN IN NEARBY AREAS. ERECTED BY KANSAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION. [side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
Misc Info: Historical marker hangs from wooden posts. Grass and plains in background.
Subject: Kansas historical marker
Wagon Bed Springs, KS
Cimarron River
Santa Fe Trail
Arkansas River
Gray County
Jedediah Smith
Kansas Historical Society
State Highway Commission
  Related to:  N92
Other: Might have been in the Jed Smith folder. Attached on same film strip as N92    

CallNo: P140-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Ogalalla Cattle Trail   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1957   Provenance:
Size: 2 1/2 x 8   Condition: good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film [back] Three views of the old Texas Cattle Trail (Ogalalla Trail) as it winds over hills in Lane County, Kansas, just before crossing the middle fork of Walnut Creek about 2 miles northwest of old Olive Horse Ranch site. Trail is 60 to 100 feet in width, individual trails worn into tough [?] from 6 inches to 1 1/2 feet in depth. Little or no sage brush grows on old trail, making it easy to see. Vegetation is different on Trail from surroundings. Picture taken in 1957. Picture is of open field.
Misc Info: 3 different pictures connected together. Has stamp of: Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas
Subject: Plains
field
open range
cattle trail
Ogalalla Trail
Lane County, Kansas
Walnut Creek
Olive Horse Ranch
  Related to:  P141-H1e
P142-H1e
Other:    

CallNo: P141-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Ogalalla Cattle Trail   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1957   Provenance:
Size: 2 1/2 x 8   Condition: good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film [back] Three views of the Old Texas Cattle Trail (Ogalalla Trail) as it winds over hills in Lane County, Kansas, just before crossing the middle fork of Walnut Creek about 2 miles northwest of old Olive Horse Ranch site. Trail is 60 to 100 feet in width, individual trails worn into tough [?] from 6 inches to 1 1/2 feet in depth. Little or no sage brush grows on old trail, making it easy to see. Vegetation is different on Trail from surroundings. Picture is taken in 1957. Picture is of open field.
Misc Info: 3 different pictures connected together. Has stamp of: Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas
Subject: Ogalalla Cattle Trail
plains
field
open range
cattle trail
Lane County, Kansas
Walnut Creek
Olive Horse Ranch
  Related to:  P140-H1e
P142-H1e
Other:    

CallNo: P142-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Ogalalla Cattle Trail   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1957   Provenance:
Size: 2 1/2 x 8   Condition: good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film [back] Three views of the old Texas Cattle Trail (Ogalalla Trail) as it winds over hills in Lane County, Kansas, just before crossing the middle fork of Walnut Creek about 2 miles northwest of old Olive Horse Ranch site. Trail is 60 to 100 feet in width, individual trails worn into tough [?] from 6 inches to 1 1/2 feet in depth. Little or no sage brush grows on old trail, making it easy to see. Vegetation is different on Trail from surroundings. Picture taken in 1957. Picture is of open field has a car in it.
Misc Info: 3 different pictures connected together. Has stamp: Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas
Subject: Ogalalla Cattle Trail
plains
fields
open range
cattle trail
Lane County, Kansas
Walnut Creek
Olive Horse Ranch
car
  Related to:  P140-H1e
P141-H1e
Other:    

CallNo: P152-5a  
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Descriptive Title: Smith Ranch   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, b, 4, C, 5, D, 6, &E, 8F, 9 [back] Smith Ranch Sharp's Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.
Misc Info: There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls horses cows trees fence boy oxen
Kodak Safety Film
9 pictures on one sheet
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other: Picture is of a ranch with a white fence, cows, trees. There is a pasture in the foregound. A is on side of picture.    

CallNo: P153-5a  
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Descriptive Title: Smith Ranch   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5, D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp's Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.
Misc Info: There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls horses cows trees fence boy oxen
Kodak Safety Film
Nine pictures on one sheet
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other: Picture is of a ranch with 2 buildings, white fence, trees, pasture in foreground. 2 is on side of picture.    

CallNo: P154-5a  
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Descriptive Title: Smith Ranch   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9 [back] Smith Ranch Sharp's Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.
Misc Info: There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls horses cows trees fence boy oxen
Kodak Safety Film
Nine pictures on one sheet
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other: Picture is of a young boy in far ground with trees behind him. There are rocks on the ground in front of him.    

CallNo: P155-5a  
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Descriptive Title: Smith Ranch   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9 [back] Smith Ranch Sharp's Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.
Misc Info: There are nine pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
Rocks
children girls horses cows trees fence boy oxen
Kodak Safety Film
Nine pictures on one sheet
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other: Picture is of a boy standing on a rock with a line of rocks on ground in front of him. Trees in background. Fence on the side of him. 4c is on side of picture.    

CallNo: P156-5a  
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Descriptive Title: Smith Ranch   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp's Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.
Misc Info: There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls horses cows trees fence boy oxen
Kodak Safety Film
Nine pictures on one sheet
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other: Picture is of 2 young girls on horses walking along a fence line with a rock line on the ground to the side of them. 5D is on side of picture.    

CallNo: P157-5a  
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Descriptive Title: Smith Ranch   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp's Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.
Misc Info: There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls horses cows trees fence boy oxen
Kodak Safety Film
Nine pictures on one sheet
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other: Picture is of 2 young girls on horses standing still. One horse's head is looking to the side. Trees in background. 6 is on side of picture.    

CallNo: P158-5a  
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Descriptive Title: Smith Ranch   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp's Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.
Misc Info: There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls horses cows trees fence boy oxen
Kodak Safety Film
Nine pictures on one sheet
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other: Picture is of 2 young girls on horses standing still. Both horses are looking at camera. 7E is on side of picture.    

CallNo: P159-5a  
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Descriptive Title: Smith Ranch   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp's Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trial in 1876.
Misc Info: There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls horses cows trees fence boy oxen
Kodak Safety Film
Nine pictures on one sheet
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other: Picture is of open range with a fence in middle of picture. Trees in background and to the side. 8F is on side of picture.    

CallNo: P160-5a  
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Descriptive Title: Smith Ranch   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, b, 4, C, 5, D, 6, &E, 8F, 9 [back] Smith Ranch Sharp's Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.
Misc Info: There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.
Subject: Smith Ranch
Sharp's Creek, Oklahoma
Ox corral
Bartholomew
Adobe Walls Trail
1876
rocks
children girls horses cows trees fence boy oxen
Kodak Safety Film
9 pictures on one sheet
  Related to:  P152-5a through P160-5a
C7-F1b
N58-F2a3
N59-F2a3
N63-5a through N69-5a
Other: Picture is of open plains. Has a tree hanging down from the top. There is a shadow on the ground from the tree. Picture has a 9 on the left side of it.    

CallNo: P168-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Open range trail   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1957   Provenance:
Size: 2 3/8 x 2 11/16   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Kodak Safety Film [back] Jones and Plummer Trail north of Beaver, Okla 1957. Chrisman 19a
Misc Info: picture of a trail with brush
Subject: Jones and Plummer Trail
trails
Beaver, Oklahoma
1957
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CallNo: P182-A3f  
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Descriptive Title: Commercial Hotel   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 5 x 7 1/16   Condition: very good
Text: [front] Broomcorn Corner Liberal Ks.; Pennell & Dunlap Real Estate; Commerical Hotel [back] The Commercial Hotel (on corner of Kansas Ave at Railroad St. ("Trail Street") Pennell & Dunlap - Real Estate looking toward "Quality Hill" West; circa 1900; Harry E. Chrisman Return; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas
Misc Info: Picture is of a street scene with wagons full of broomcorn. There is a hotel on right side and real estate building in the middle.
Subject: Commercial Hotel
Broomcorn Corner
Liberal, Kansas
Pennell and Dunlap Real Estate
Quality Hill
Kansas Avenue
Trail Street
Railroad Street
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CallNo: P185-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Fort Dodge/ Fort Hays Trails   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 5 1/8 x 7 1/16   Condition: very good
Text: [back] Looking North on the Dodge City [Dodge City crossed out] Fort Dodge to Fort Hays Trail. Photo received from Robt Eagan Dodge City; 32E; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER
Misc Info: Picture is of open range with brush.
Subject: Fort Dodge Trail
Fort Hays Trail
Rogert Eagan
Dodge City, Kansas
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CallNo: P186-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Fort Hays to Fort Dodge Trail   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 5 1/8 x 7   Condition: very good
Text: [back] Fort Hays to Fort Dodge Trail; Photo by Robt Eagan Dodge City; N/E of Fort Dodge; 11A Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER
Misc Info: Picture is of open range with a fence in it. There are dark objects in the foreground.
Subject: Fort Hays Trail
Fort Dodge Trail
fence
open range
Fort Dodge
Robert Eagan
Dodge City, Kansas
  Related to: 
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CallNo: P201-D1a1  
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Descriptive Title: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 5 x 7   Condition: very good
Text: [front] VI [?] Cattle on Rosebud Reserv. [back] VI Return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] VI; 5 x 7"; Q. How were cattle issued to the Indians on the Reservations? A. When the Texas trail herds arrived, the animals were corraled. Each Indian family entitled to a beef was called, a steer turned out the gate and the Indian family killed it and butchered it right there on the prairie. The above scene is from an issue at the Rosebud Reservation, Todd County, S.D. -- photo from author's collection (line and markings; unreadable)
Misc Info: Picture is of corralled cows. There are people on horseback and standing outside of the corral. Photo has tape on top back.
Subject: Reservations
Indians
cattle
Rosebud Reservation
Todd County, S.D.
Texas trail herds
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CallNo: P240-K4  
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Descriptive Title: Lost Trails of the Cimarron   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16   Condition: excellent
Text: {back of photo} This is my little make up 488b
Misc Info: This is a photo of a collection of photos on a backboard. There is a buffalo figure with "Lost trails of the cimarron" leaning against the buffalo and the backboard.
Subject: Chrisman
Lost trails of the cimarron
buffalo
  Related to:  P241-
P242-
Other:    

CallNo: P242-K4  
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Descriptive Title: Lost Trails of the Cimarron picture collection   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16   Condition: excellent
Text: {back of photo} also this but my lighting is poor eh 488B
Misc Info: Picture is of a collection of photos on a backboard with a buffalo figure and "Lost trails of the cimarron" book. This is all placed on a dresser or something. There is a light switch in the back left side of collection.
Subject: Chrisman
Lost trails of the Cimarron
buffalo
prairie pictures
  Related to: 
Other:    

CallNo: P274-B2a  
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Descriptive Title: House-moving outfit   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 5 5/16 x 7 3/4   Condition: excellent
Text: [back] House-moving outfit 4 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS
Misc Info: Photo is of 4 teams of horses attached to a trailor with wood beams on it. There are men sitting on the beams. There are 2 men holding the reins of the front horse teams. There is a long picket fence in the foreground. There are buildings in the background. There are telephone or electric poles and lines in the air. Looks like a ladder in the foreground laying down in front of the picket fence.
Subject: House movers
picket fence
lumber on trailer
horses
Mules
Men
Buildings
Poles
Trees
Bushes
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Other:    

CallNo: P276-F2a4  
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Descriptive Title: Hancock family in trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 5 x 7   Condition: excellent
Text: [front] Charles Ed Hancock, Boy Charles Hancock, Mildred Hancock (Schmidt) daughter, Pauline Hancock (Franklin), Clarence E.(Bud)Hancock, Mrs. Lottie Grace Hancock, Merna Hanock (Morris), and the elderly man who bought the house ; Charles E. Hancock, Sr., Son Charles E., Mildred, Pauline, Clarence E.(Bud), Lottie Grace, Merna. Elderly man bought the house. ; This House insured by Griffith & Baughman ; [sign] OWN YOU[R] ; LET HANCOCK BUILD ; EASY TERMS [SUNNYSIDE ADDITION] PHONE [?]
Misc Info: Photo is of a family sitting in a trailer house. There are flowers and leaves decorating it. There is a sign on the front. There are wheels on the bottom of it. There are houses in the background. There is an elderly man standing on the right. There is a sign to the right of man. Sign is hard to read.
Subject: Charles Ed Hancock, Sr.
.Charles E. Hancock, Jr.
Mildred Hancock
Pauline Hancock
Clarence E. Hancock
Lottie Grace Hancock
Merna Hancock
Trailer
Houses
  Related to:  P495
E31
N194
P523
P543
Other: There are two copies of this photo. The original is P495    

CallNo: P308-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Old Jones-Plummer Trail near Beaver, OK   Type: Print
Date of Origin: Nov. 1958   Provenance:
Size: 3 1/2 x 5   Condition: very good
Text: [front] [stamp] THIS IS A KODACOLOR PRINT Made by Kodak NOVEMBER 1958 - RE ; Looking south on Old Jones-Plummer Trail just north of River at Beaver, Okla. Catherine Chrisman in picture. Trail is eroded away near where she stands. Pic taken Nov. 1958 by Harry E. Chrisman Liberal, Kansas
Misc Info: Photo is of a person standing in the distance. There is alot of brush in the foreground and small hills in the background.
Subject: Jones-Plummer Trail
Beaver, OK
Trail
Catherine Chrisman
Brush
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Other:    

CallNo: P325-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Santa Fe Trail   Type: Print
Date of Origin: August 1954   Provenance:
Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/16   Condition: excellent
Text: [Front] AUG 54 [back] Santa Fe Trail [ta Fe underlined] The old trail may run right alongside - or cross - the highway if you're looking for it! Runs on norht side of highway - Dodge to Garden City. Old Santa Fe Trail [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER
Misc Info: Photo is of open plains with a bluff. There is either atelephone or electric pole in the right side of picture. There is darker patch with brush in it.
Subject: Old Santa Fe Trail
Dodge City
Garden City
Highway
Scrapbook
Envelope
Poles
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Other: Plastic sleeve has notation 56-61 p2 Envelope    

CallNo: P326-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Texas Trail Pine Bluff, WY   Type: Print
Date of Origin: October 1955   Provenance:
Size: 3 9/16 x 5 1/8   Condition: excellent
Text: [front] OCT 55 [on sign] OLD TEXAS TRAIL [rest of sign is illegible] [back] At Pine Bluffs, Wyoming [Bluffs, W underlined] Wyoming takes pride in marking the old Texas Trail. Tourists like it. Kansas should take more interest in the many old trails of historical significance that cross it. [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER
Misc Info: Photo is of a historical marker that is behind a small metal fence. There are trees in the background. There is a building in the far background with an automobile in front of it. There is another building on the right of marker.
Subject: Old Texas Trail
Pine Bluff, Wyoming
Trails
Scrapbook
Envelope
  Related to:  P327
Other: Plastic sleeve has notation 56-61 p2 Envelope    

CallNo: P327-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Texas Cattle Trail North of Dodge   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 9/16 x 5 1/16   Condition: excellent
Text: [back] Old Texas Cattle Trail North of Dodge where it crosses Sawlog Creek. [s Saw underlined] The Nebraska or "Olive Brothers" Trail. Ruts can be seen at left where they cross the Highway [Highway crossed out] Road. Many thousands of longhorns moved across here 1868-1884.
Misc Info: Photo is of an open area with a road starting in right bottom corner and extending through middle of photo. There is a fence line along the road and one telephone or electric pole showing. The road goes up a hill. There are buildings with a line of trees behind them on the left side of the road. Big white clouds in the sky.
Subject: Old Texas Cattle Trail
Dodge City
Fence
Road
Olive Brothers
Sawlog Creek
Longhorns
1868-1884
Scrapbook
Envelope
  Related to:  P326
Other: Plastic sleeve has notation 56-61 p2 Envelope    

CallNo: P346-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Santa Fe Trail marker   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 9/16 x 5 1/8   Condition: good
Text: [front] SEP SANTA FE TRAIL 1822-1872 MARKED BY THE DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND THE STATE OF KANSAS 906 [back] Santa Fe Trail is marked across Kansas by such markers as this one south of Garden City. Markers were put up by State of Kansas and D. A. R. [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER
Misc Info: Photo is of a Santa Fe Trail marker. It is a huge rock with a flat front. The front is inscribed. It is sitting on a white rock slab. There are bushes behind it. Photo has yellow glue stains covering the back.
Subject: Santa Fe Trail
Marker
Daughters of the American Revolution
D.A.R.
Kansas
Garden City
Scrapbook
  Related to: 
Other: Plastic sleeve has notation 56-61 p 5 1 [1 is circled]    

CallNo: P438-H1c2  
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Descriptive Title: Rebecca Winters' Grave   Type: Print
Date of Origin: unknown   Provenance:
Size: 5   Condition: very good
Text: [front] XII [XII is crossed out] ; VII IIX [back] VII ; THIS PAPER MANUFACTURED BY KODAK ; Return Photo To [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 ; THIS PAPER MANUFACTURED BY KODAK [note] VII Q. As the West was opened up for settlement, and the Oregon Trail became the path upon which the railroads were lain, what record do we have of those pioneers who died along the trails, giving their lives that others might find a better life in the West? A. The above photo is your answer. Here, in 1964, Rebecca Winters Bennett, the G-G-Granddaughter of Rebecca Winters who died on the Mormon Trail (near present Scottsbluff, Nebr.) shows her daughter the wagon tire that marked her G-G-G-Grandmother's final resting place for more than 112 years. Rebecca Winters died August 6, 1852. The wagon tire bears the legend, "Rebecca Winters, Age 50." The granite marker was put up later. Photo courtesy of Omaha World Herald. [Omaha World Herald is underlined]
Misc Info: Photo is of a little girl standing by a marker. The little girl is on the inside of the fence. There is a lady standing on the other side of fence, holding the little girls hand. They are both looking in the same direction. The lady is holding on to her hat. There are people standing behind the lady and the little girl.
Subject: Rebecca Winters Bennett and daughter
Rebecca Winters' grave
fence
grave marker
Morman Trail
Scottsbluff, Nebraska
Omaha World Herald
  Related to: 
Other: "The 1000 Most Asked Questions about the American West"    

CallNo: P444-A2b11  
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Descriptive Title: Robbers Roost   Type: Print
Date of Origin: unknown   Provenance:
Size: 5   Condition: excellent
Text: [front] Robbers Roost on Vigilante Trail [back] XII [XII is crossed out] ; VIII ; VIII ; p. 198 ; THIS PAPER MANUFACTURED BY KODAK ; Return Photo To [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [Return Photo To [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 is circled] [note] Job Name Ohio Univ. Job No. 43044 Page 198 Half-Tone [check mark] 65% 16-52
Misc Info: Photo is of a two-story building with a porch/deck on both stories. There are trees in front of building. There is a building behind it with a ladder going up to the roof.
Subject: Robbers Roost
Vigilante trail
house
building
Montana
trees
  Related to:  P443-A2b11
N204
E20
M/F4
Other: "The 1000 Most Asked Questions about the American West"    

CallNo: P453-D1a2  
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Descriptive Title: Trail herds   Type: Print
Date of Origin: unknown   Provenance:
Size: 5 1/8 x 7   Condition: excellent
Text: [back] Cow camp of cattle outfit on the Cimarron, N.M. ; CREDIT DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY WESTERN HISTORY DEPARTMENT PHOTO BY Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyo. [Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyo. is crossed out] REPRODUCTION OF PRINT IS SUBJECT TO USE FEE ORDER # 03632 ; NOTICE THIS MATERIAL MAY BE PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT LAW (TITLE 17 U.S. CODE) ; Cowboys (prints) ; F26325 ; Return To HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [Return To HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 is circled] [note] Q. How big was a "trail herd" of cattle, and how many riders and others did it require to move them? A. Trail herds were of various sizes, from a herd of 500 or 1,000 head to those larger herds that came from Texas to Montana, 2,500 head to 3,000 head. Seldom over 3,000 head per herd. It took a dozen men to properly move them to market, or railhead. 1. The Boss Man. 2. A cook. 3. AWrangler for the horse herd of sixy-seventy head. 4. Nine cowboys to drive the cattle, if a large (2,500-3,000) herd. The [insert mark] TV outfit in New Mexico above, has 10 riders, plus the cook, and a cavvy of about 50-60 saddle-horses. ---Denver Public Library Photo.
Misc Info: Photo is of 10 men standing or sitting on horses. There are tents or tepees behind them. Behind the tepees are a herd of horses and a wagon. There appears to be a lake or some body of water behind the horses. One horse is standing in the water. There are a herd of cattle on the opposite side of the water.
Subject: Cattle trail
horses
cowboys
tents
Wagons
Cattle
Cimarron
New Mexico
  Related to: 
Other: "The 1000 Most Asked Questions about the American West"    

CallNo: P472-F1b  
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Descriptive Title: Charles Edward Hancock in his little covered wagon given to Liberal, Kansas   Type: Print
Date of Origin: December 1960   Provenance:
Size: 3 9/16 x 3 1/2   Condition: excellent
Text: [front] DEC 60 [back of photo] Nov 1960 ; CRH ; Charles Edward Hancock in his little covered wagon given to Liberal, Kans. Coronado Museum [Coronado Museum is underlined]
Misc Info: Photo is in color. Photo is of a miniature covered wagon with two wooden horse. There is a man sitting in the drivers seat. The wagon and horses are on a trailer.
Subject: Charles Edward Hancock
wooden horse
covered wagon
Coronado Museum
Trailer
  Related to:  P505
P514
Other:    

CallNo: P481-F2f4  
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Descriptive Title: Lonesome Trailer movie photo   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [photo has a line and x on top of photo]
Misc Info: Photo is of a man getting into an automobile. He is looking back towards a woman who looks angry. The automobile has a trailer on the back. There are trees behind auto and trailer. Woman is in a robe with hair in curlers.
Subject: car
man
woman
movie
trailer
actors
El Brendel
Edna Bennett
Warner Brothers
  Related to:  P479
P491
P492
P494
P498
P502
P503
P507
P508, P518, P531
Other: Lonesome Trailer movie    

CallNo: P482-B13  
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Descriptive Title: Travel Trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 5/16 x 4 7/8   Condition: good
Text: [back] One of his folding trailers about 35'. CRH C203
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile with a trailer in the back. There is a house behind it. There are trees and bushes. There is a smaller trailer behind the big trailer.
Subject: automobile and trailer
house
car
travel trailer
trees
Hancock trailer
  Related to:  P483-B13
Other: One of Hancock's trailers.    

CallNo: P483-B13  
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Descriptive Title: Travel Trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 3/8 x 4 15/16   Condition: good
Text: [back] CRH ; This is trailer Mr + Mrs Hancock took on Canadian trip ; 00[?]0 ; Return to HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] A 14-foot [insert symbol] with Concertina Sides Mobile Home built in the 1930's and used for a Canadian trip by Charles E. and Lottie Grace Hancock. Photo courtesy of the Hancock family. [Photo courtesy of the Hancock family is underlined]
Misc Info: Photo is of a travel trailer with side pulled out. There is the back of an automobile in front of trailer. There are trees on the left and behind it.
Subject: Travel trailer
house
automobile
Canada
trees
Hancock
Charles E. Hancock
Lottie Grace Hancock
Concertina mobile home
  Related to:  P482-B13
Other: Photo has paperclip mark on left top front. Photo has a staple mark on left side. Photo has tape and tape tear mark on top back. Photo is yellowed on back.    

CallNo: P484-B1a4  
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Descriptive Title: House with automobile and trailer in driveway   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1915-1935   Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [no text on photo]
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile and trailer parked in a driveway in front of a house. House has Spanish tile on roof. There is a tree and bushes against house.
Subject: Automobile
house
trailer
Hancock trailer?
  Related to:  P485-
Other: same photo as P485-    

CallNo: P485-B1a4  
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Descriptive Title: House with automobile and trailer in driveway   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1915-1935   Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [no text on photo]
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile with a trailer parked in a driveway. The house has Spanish tile on roof. There is a tree and bushes against the house.
Subject: automobile
house
trailer
Hancock trailer?
  Related to:  P484-
Other: Copy of P484    

CallNo: P486-B1a4  
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Descriptive Title: Mr. Hancock and man in automobile pulling trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [no text on photo]
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile and trailer. There are two men in the auto. They are in the street. Behind them is a building with ornate stairs and a sign that says [?] HOFBRAU. There are trees on the side of building.
Subject: Mr. Hancock
men
automobile
trailer
parade?
Little Trailer
Lonesome Trailer movie
  Related to:  P487-B1a4
P488-B1a4
P489-B1a4
P501
P532
Other: same photo as P487-, P488-, and P489-    

CallNo: P487-B1a4  
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Descriptive Title: Mr. Hancock and man in automobile pulling trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [no text on photo]
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile and trailer. There are two men in the auto. They are in the street. Behind them is a building with ornate stairs and a sign that says [ADOLPHS] HOFBRAU. There are trees on the side of building.
Subject: Mr. Hancock
men
automobile
trailer
parade?
Little Trailer.
Lonesome trailer movie.
  Related to:  P486-B1a4
P488-B1a4
P489-B1a4
P501
P532
Other: same photo as P486-, P488-, and P489-    

CallNo: P488-B1a4  
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Descriptive Title: Mr. Hancock and man in automobile pulling trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [no text on photo]
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile and trailer. There are two men in the auto. They are in the street. Behind them is a building with ornate stairs and a sign that says [ADOLPHS] HOFBRAU. There are trees on the side of building.
Subject: Mr. Hancock
men
automobile
trailer
parade?
Little Trailer
Lonesome trailer movie
  Related to:  P486-B1a4
P487-B1a4
P489-B1a4
P501
P532
Other: same photo as P486-, P487-, and P489-    

CallNo: P489-B1a4  
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Descriptive Title: Mr. Hancock and man in automobile pulling trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [no text on photo]
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile and trailer. There are two men in the auto. They are in the street. Behind them is a building with ornate stairs and a sign that says [ADOLPHS] HOFBRAU. There are trees on the side of building.
Subject: Mr. Hancock
men
automobile
trailer
parade?
Little Trailer
Lonesome trailer movie
  Related to:  P486-B1a4
P487-B1a4
P488-B1a4
P501
P532
Other: same photo as P486-, P487-, and P488-    

CallNo: P494-F2f4  
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Descriptive Title: Lonesome Trailer movie photo   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [no text on photo] Photo has line and x on top front.
Misc Info: Photo is of a man getting into an automobile with a trailer on back. He is looking back towards a woman. The woman is in a robe and curlers. She looks mad at him. Auto has California plates.
Subject: car
man
woman
movie
trailer
El Brendel
Actors
Warner Brothers
Edna Bennett
  Related to:  P479
P481
P491
P492
P498
P502
P503
P507
P508, P518, P531
Other:    

CallNo: P495-F2a4  
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Descriptive Title: Charles Hancock and Family in a trailer house   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1917   Provenance:
Size: 7 3/8 x 10   Condition: poor
Text: [front of photo] Charles Ed Hancock, Boy Charles Hancock, Mildred Hancock (Schmidt) daughter, Pauline Hancock (Franklin), Clarence E.(Bud)Hancock, Mrs. Lottie Grace Hancock, Merna Hanock (Morris), and the elderly man who bought the house ; [there is a line and x's across the top front of photo] [in photo] This House insured by Griffith & Baughman ; [sign] OWN YOU[R] ; LET HANCOCK BUILD ; EASY TERMS [SUNNYSIDE ADDITION] PHONE [?] [front of cardboard the photo is mounted on] Reduce to 9 x 5 1/2" ; This is how this "trailer house" was pulled ; [has an arrow pointing down] ; Charles E. Hancock, Sr., Son Charles E., Mildred, Pauline, Clarence E.(Bud), Lottie Grace, Merna. Elderly man bought the house. [back of cardboard mount] Charles Edward Hancock and family March-October 1917 ; Sign on front door reads : "This House Insured By Griffith + Baughman ; Sign on top of house reads: "Hancock The Home Builder" ; Negative [with arrow pointing down to left] ; Return Photo to HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 ; 1988 1914 ---- 74
Misc Info: Photo is of a family sitting in a trailer house. There are flowers and leaves decorating it. There is a sign on the front. There are wheels on the bottom of it. There are houses in the background. There is an elderly man standing on the right. There is a sign to the right of man. Sign is hard to read.
Subject: Charles E. Hancock , Sr.
family
trailer house
house
Mildred Hancock
Pauline Hancock
Clarence E. Hancock
Lottie Grace Hancock
Merna Hancock
Charles E. Hancock, Jr.
  Related to:  P276 (2 copies)
P523-F2a4
N194-F2a4.
E31
P543
Other: Had envelope E31 and negative N194 taped to back. Envelope says Negs of Hancock + prints. There were two 5x7 prints of original photo in envelope.    

CallNo: P496-F1b  
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Descriptive Title: C. E. Hancock in front of house   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1934   Provenance:
Size: 7 13/16 x 10   Condition: poor
Text: [front] D [D is circled] [back] Photo D
Misc Info: Photo is of a man standing beside an automobile with a trailer behind it. The auto and trailer is parked in a driveway of a Spanish style house with Spanish roof tiles. There are bushes and a tree around house. Auto has 1934 California plates 4G 23
Subject: C. E. Hancock
car
trailer
house
  Related to:  P497-
P484-
P485-
P486-
P487-
P488-
P489-
P493-
Other: Photo is torn and taped. There are creases in front and right bottom corner is torn. Edges are worn. Back of photo has tape and stains. There is a paper clip mark on front and back top.    

CallNo: P497-A2a11  
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Descriptive Title: C. E. Hancock's house with a car and trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1934   Provenance:
Size: 7 13/16 x 10   Condition: poor
Text: [back] CRH ; One of the 1933-34 [insert mark] Little Trailer at C.E. Hancock Home in ; 1934 License Plate [1934 License Plate is circled] ; 2 prints 4x5 ; This is the lovely big old California style house dad built in Bell Gardens. The book has the approx date.
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile and trailer parked in a driveway of a Spanish style house. House has Spanish tiles on roof. There is a tree and bushes around house.
Subject: Hancock house
automobile
trailer
house
Bell Gardens, California
  Related to:  P496-
P484-
P485-
P486-
P487-
P488-
P489-
P493-
Other: Photo is torn, wrinkled and stained in front. Photo has tape and a tape tear mark on back. Back is stained and torn.    

CallNo: P498-F2f4  
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Descriptive Title: Lonesome Trailer movie photo   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1935   Provenance:
Size: 8 x 10 1/8   Condition: poor
Text: [front] Hancock Cruiser Haul Trailer Bell Coley. ; [photo has a red line and x's across the top] ; Prices $450.00 [wk.] [back] Chris (El Brendel and Edna Bennett) in Lonesome Trailor LT9 [Chris (El Brendel and Edna Bennett) in Lonesome Trailor LT9 is typed on a strip of brown paper. Brown paper is torn in middle (del and Edna Be) is hand written in] ; Chris (El Brendel) and Edna Bennett in Warner Brothers "The Lonesome Trailer" 1935 ; HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 ; [k] [k is circled] ; 2 prints 4x5
Misc Info: Photo is of a man getting into an automobile. He is looking behind him at a woman who is glaring at him. She is wearing a robe and curlers in her hair. The automobile has a trailer behind it. Plate on car is 1935 California 1H DLR 743.
Subject: Lonesome Trailer Movie
Hancock Cruiser
El Brendel
Edna Bennett
actors
movie
Warner Brothers
  Related to:  P479
P481
P491
P492
P494
P502
P503
P507
P508, P518, P531
Other: Photo is wrinkled and torn. Back of photo has tape and tape tear marks. Back of photo is stained. Back of photo has a strip of brown paper glued to it. The brown paper is missing in the middle. There are words typed on it.    

CallNo: P501-B1a4  
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Descriptive Title: Mr. Hancock and man in automobile pulling trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 x 10 1/16   Condition: good
Text: [front] A [A is circled] ; 7" [with red lines across the bottom] ; [ADOLPHS] HOFBRAU [back] A [A is circled and crossed out] ; 15 [15 is x'ed out] - C ; Golden West Nov. 1965 [Golden West Nov. 1965 is crossed out] ; Make 5 Prints 4 x 5 ; 74 ; 27-8 ; Return Photo to HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 ; [back has lines drawn on]
Misc Info: Photo is of 2 men in small automobile. The auto has a little trailer behind it. They are in the street in front of an ornate building with stairs leading up to the door. There are trees in the right background.
Subject: Mr. Hancock
men
automobile
trailer
parade?
Little Trailer.
Lonesome trailer movie
  Related to:  P487-B1a4
P488-B1a4
P489-B1a4
P532
Other: Photo has tape and tape tear mark on top back. Photo is stained on back.    

CallNo: P502-F2f4  
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Descriptive Title: Lonesome Trailer movie   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1935   Provenance:
Size: 8   Condition: very good
Text: [front] LT. 16 - #20 [back] N [N is circled] ; Cowden Adams, Edna Bennett, El Brendel in Lonesome Trailer - L.T-16 ; Return Photo to HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] This view of the "Little Trailer" shows the expandable (concertina) sides and elevating roof of Hancock's 1933-1935 trailers. Cowden Adams is the "doorman;" Edna Bennett and El Brendel, Warner Brothers stars, being charged with over-parking. Hancock's expanded sides anticipated by 25 years the designs of today's finest Mobile Homes. Photo courtesy Warner Brothers Studios. [Photo courtesy Warner Brothers Studios is underlined]
Misc Info: Photo is of a police officer pointing at a man in a sheet. The man is slightly bent over holding the trailer hitch in his hand. There is a dog sitting next to him. There is a woman standing on the other side of man. There are 2 children standing behind the police officer. There is an automobile behind the children parked in the street. There is an ornate huge building behind all of them. There are two shadows of people in foreground.
Subject: Little Trailer
Hancock trailer
El Brendel
Edna Bennett
actors
movie
Warner Brothers
Cowden Adams
Tige
dog
  Related to:  P479
P481
P491
P492
P494
P498
P503
P507
P508, P518, P531
Other: Photo has tape and tape tear marks on back. Photo is stained on back. Note has tape on top front.    

CallNo: P503-F2f4  
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Descriptive Title: Lonesome Trailer movie   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1935   Provenance:
Size: 8   Condition: very good
Text: [front] LT. 15. #20 ; 19 CALIFORNIA 35 PT 61750 [license plate on trailer] ; 19 CALIFORNIA 35 3S 80 [license plate on automobile] ; [back] H [H is circled] ; Chris (El Brendel), Cop (Nick Copeland) in Lonesome Trailer LT15
Misc Info: Photo is of a police officer talking to a man. The man is hanging out the door of a trailer dressed in a sheet. There is an auto parked on the side of trailer. There are two autos behind the trailer. There is a building in the background with people standing in front of it. There is another building on the right.
Subject: movie
El Brendel
Nick Copeland
trailer
Warner Brothers
Hancock trailer
  Related to:  P479
P481
P491
P492
P494
P498
P502
P507
P508, P518, P531
Other: Photo has a brown strip of paper taped to back. There are some stain marks on back.    

CallNo: P504-B1a4  
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Descriptive Title: 12 foot expandable trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1930s   Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10   Condition: good
Text: [front] [Photo has a red square around trailer and auto. There are red x's on each side of square.] [back] PHOTO G ; Crop as indicated in red ; Reduce to 4 1/4 x 2 3/4" [Crop as indicated in red ; Reduce to 4 1/4 x 2 3/4" is underlined] ; Return Photo to HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] Copy H-3 [H-3 is underlined] ; This 12-foot experimental model trailer with accordion expand- able sides was built by C. E. Hancock in California in the 1930's. His home, in the back- ground, gives an idea of the type of home he was construct- ing at that time, the late 1920's and early 1930's. [job form] .26/1.56 ; Job #302760H ; Ref #36 ; Page #144-V ; A ; HT [HT is circled] ; Shoot at 75 [75 is crossed out] 71% ; *Shoot complete photo Twice
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile and trailer parked on the side of a house. The house has a Spanish tile roof. There are trees around house and bushes. The trailer has its side expanded.
Subject: Hancock trailer
Charles Hancock
House
Trees
Spanish tile roof
  Related to: 
Other: Photo is wrinkled and torn. Back of photo has tape. Back of photo is stained.    

CallNo: P506-B1a3  
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Descriptive Title: Inside of Hancock Trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1935   Provenance:
Size: 8 x 10 1/8   Condition: excellent
Text: [front] O [O is circled]
Misc Info: Photo is of inside of a trailer. There is a counter with a dresser under it. Dresser has 6 drawers. On the right is a bed. Above dresser is windows with curtains.
Subject: Hancock Trailer
Bed
Dresser
Curtains
Windows
  Related to:  P507-
P508-
P503-
P502-
Other: Photo is stained on back.    

CallNo: P507-F2f4  
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Descriptive Title: Lonesome Trailer Movie   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1935   Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16 x 10 1/8   Condition: excellent
Text: [front] LT- 19- #20 [back] Chris (El Brendel) in Lonesome Trailor LT19 ; P [P is circled]
Misc Info: Photo is of a man leaning over a bassinet. His left arm is raised like he's looking at a watch. There is a bed behind him with a baby doll on it.
Subject: Movie
El Brendel
Hancock Trailer
actor
Warner Brothers
  Related to:  P479
P481
P491
P492
P494
P498
P502
P503
P508, P518, P531
Other: Photo has a strip of brown paper with typing on it glued to the back.    

CallNo: P508-F2f4  
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Descriptive Title: Lonesome Trailer Movie   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1935   Provenance:
Size: 8   Condition: excellent
Text: [front] LT- 17- #20 [back] I [I is circled] ; Chris (El Brendel) in Lonesome Trailer LT17 [note] El Brendel, popular comedian of the time, washed the dishes in a baby bassinett as he stars in "The Lonesome Trailer," about [about is crossed out] 1935, filmed by Warner Brothers in Hollywood. His companion, "Tige," apparently dislikes the process and is moving the bassinett from the trailer. The "fold away bed," designed by Hancock is shown in the background.
Misc Info: Photo is of a man washing dishes in a bassinett. There is a huge dog resting his head on side of bassinett. There is a bed behind them. There are broken plates and a jar on the floor. There are cabinets on the side.
Subject: Lonesome Trailer movie
Hancock trailer
El Brendel
dog
Tige.
movie.
actors.
Warner Brothers.
  Related to:  P479
P481
P491
P492
P494
P498
P502
P503
P507, P518, P531
Other: Photo has tape and tape tear marks on the back top. Photo has a brown strip of paper with typing on it. This brown paper is taped onto back of photo.    

CallNo: P509-B1a3  
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Descriptive Title: Small Rig Trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1933   Provenance:
Size: 8 1/16   Condition: fair
Text: [front] PT 64146 19 CALIFORNIA 35 [license plate] [back] Small Rig. L - 10 ft. W. 5 ft closed - Extended 9 ft. Ht - 48" - New 38" Body. 14" Body to Ground Kitchen Cabinets Ice Box. Sink [O]Water Stove Lights Curtains Spring Mate Single Rig 2 Bed - 30" x 6"ft 4" Double [rig] 1 [bed] 42" x 6 ft 4" Spring filled mattresses Closets + drawer space Weight - 1100 lbs - Small equipped [Weight] 1[2]00 [lbs] Large - Price $600.00 Masonite exterior - Wood + steel frame Painted any color ; L [L is circled] ; Return to HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] This Small Rig trailer, built by Hancock, sold at $600. It was 10' x 5' (closed) and extended to 9 foot. width. It had Kitchen cabinets, ice box, sink, stove, lights, spring mattresses on [?] double and [?] single beds. Weighed 1100 lbs, masonite exterior, wood and steel frame. Built in 1933. Photo courtesy Hancock Family. [Photo courtesy Hancock Family. is underlined]
Misc Info: Photo is of a man standing next to a trailer that is behind an automobile. He is standing with his hands in his back pockets. There are two huge ornate buildings in the background. There is a street lamp visable.
Subject: trailer
Hancock
  Related to: 
Other: Photo is torn on top. Photo has tape and tape tears on back. Photo is stained on back. Note has tape on top front.    

CallNo: P510-B1a3  
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Descriptive Title: Hancock trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1930s   Provenance:
Size: 7 7/8 x 10 1/8   Condition: fair
Text: [back] J [J is circled] ; 1985 Jan 4 AM 11 32 FEDERAL HOMELOAN BANK BOARD
Misc Info: Photo is of the inside of a trailer. There are bed areas on each side with no matteresses. Looks like drawers underneath bed area. There is a cabinet storage area in the back. There are four windows above cabinet storage area.
Subject: Inside trailer
Hancock trailer
  Related to:  P509-
Other: Photo is wrinkled and torn on edges. Photo has two paper clip marks on left side.    

CallNo: P511-B1a3  
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Descriptive Title: Hancock trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 8 x 10 1/8   Condition: poor
Text: [front] C [C is circled] [back] Photo C
Misc Info: Photo is of a trailer parked in a driveway of a house. The trailer is expanded on both sides. The house has Spanish roof tiles. The house has a small fence that is on either side of trailer. The house has a tree and bushes around it.
Subject: trailer
Hancock
  Related to:  P510
Other: Photo is wrinkled. Photo has a corner torn off of the right bottom. Photo is stained in back.    

CallNo: P516-B1a3  
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Descriptive Title: Hancock Trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 3/8 x 4 15/16   Condition: good
Text: [back] 00[?]0
Misc Info: Photo is of a trailer attached to an automobile. The trailer behind the automobile has a smaller trailer behind it. There is a sidewalk directly in front of auto. There are trees and bushes in photo. There are more houses going down the street.
Subject: Trailer
Hancock
Automobile
House
Trees
Poles
Wires
Sidewalk
  Related to: 
Other: Photo is wrinkled. Bottom right corner is creased. Back of photo is brown like an age stain.    

CallNo: P517-B1a3  
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Descriptive Title: Hancock folding trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin: January 1944   Provenance:
Size: 3 1/8 x 4 1/4   Condition: good
Text: [back] CRH ; Jan 44 ; one of C E Hancock folding trailers parked at Bud's farm in New Mex. Jan '44.
Misc Info: Photo is of two men standing on the side of a trailer. Trailer is extended. There are tow step ladders by the trailer. There is snow on the ground, on roof of trailer, and on ladders. There is a building to the left. There are trees to the right and behind trailer.
Subject: Hancock folding trailer
C.E. Hancock
Bud Hancock
  Related to: 
Other:    

CallNo: P518-F2f4  
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Descriptive Title: Lonesome Trailer Movie   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1935   Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [front] LT- 9 #30 [photo has a line and x's on top. [back] Copy L - 3 [L-3 is underlined] ; Make 4 1/4 x 2 3/4 ; Return to HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] Copy L-3 [Copy L-3 is underlined] ; "The Little Trailer" was called The Hancock Cruiser. It wasxthe one used in the film by Warner Brothers, "The Lonesome Trailer," starring El Brendel, popular comedian of the day, supported by Edna Bennett. Above is a scene from that picture [insert mark] in 1935. Photo courtesy Warner Brothers Studios. [Photo courtesy Warner Brothers Studios. is underlined] [job form] Job #302760H Ref # 40 .18/1.27 Page #144-x A HT [HT is circled] Shoot at 101%
Misc Info: Photo is of a man getting into an automobile. He is looking back towards a woman who looks irritated. There is a trailer behind the auto. There are trees in the background.
Subject: El Brendel
Edna Bennett
Hancock Trailer
Automobile
Trailer
The Lonesome Trailer
Warner Brothers movie
Warner Brothers Studios
  Related to:  P479
P481
P491
P492
P494
P498
P502
P503
P507, P508, P531
Other:    

CallNo: P523-F2a4  
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Descriptive Title: Charles Ed Hancock Family and trailer house   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1921   Provenance:
Size: 5   Condition: good
Text: [front] Charles Ed Hancock, Boy Charles Hancock, Mildred Hancock (Schmidt) daughter, Pauline Hancock (Franklin), Clarence E.(Bud)Hancock, Mrs. Lottie Grace Hancock, Merna Hanock (Morris), and the elderly man who bought the house ; [there are x's across the bottom front of photo] [in photo] This House insured by Griffith & Baughman ; [sign] OWN YOU[R] ; LET HANCOCK BUILD ; EASY TERMS [SUNNYSIDE ADDITION] PHONE [?] [back] Signature 3 Page 1 ; Make 7 x 3 1/4" ; Photo Only -- Not names at bottom [hoto Only is underlined] ; [photo has lines on back] [note] Copy A-3 [A-3 is circled] ; Shown above is the little "home on wheels C. E. Hancock built in 1916 to advertise his home construction business in Liberal, Kansas. The house was drawn about town behind his Apperson 8 "Jackrabbit" automobile. Shown in the photo is the Hancock family: left to right: C.E. Hancock with baby. Mildred, Pauline and Clarence (Bud); Lottie Grace in window; Merna in window. At right the elderly man who eventually bought the "little home on wheels" for his own residence. [job form] Job #302760H Ref # 28 .24/1.35 Page #144-Q HT [HT is circled] Shoot at 114%
Misc Info: Photo is of a trailer with people in it. There is foilage decorating the porch and windows of trailer. There is an elderly man standing on the right. There are houses behind the trailer. There is one man, three women, two boys, and one girl.
Subject: Hancock Family
Charles Hancock
House
Trailer House
1920s
house on wheels
  Related to:  P495-F2b3
P543
N194
P276
Other: Photo has tape residue on back left side. Note has tape on top front. Job form has tape on top front. Job form has crease on top.    

CallNo: P526-B1a3  
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Descriptive Title: Hancock Trailer and house   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1934   Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [back] J-3 [J-3 is underlined] ; Make 4 1/4 x 3 1/2" ; HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] Copy J-3 One of the 1933-34 models of The Little Trailers, at the C. E. Hancock home in Bel Gardens, in California. Photo courtesy C.E. Hancock [C.E. Hancock is x'd out] C. R. Hancock. [Photo courtesy C.E. Hancock [C.E. Hancock is x'd out] C. R. Hancock. is underlined] [job form] Job #302760H Ref # 37 .14/1.16 Page # 144-U B HT [HT is circled] Shoot at 101%
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile with a trailer on back. It is parked in the driveway of a house with Spanish roof tile on it. There are bushes and a tree on the side of the house.
Subject: Hancock
House
Automobile
Trailer
Spanish tile roof
Trees
Bushes
Bel Gardens, California
  Related to: 
Other: Photo has tape marks on back. Note and job form have tape on the front.    

CallNo: P531-F2f4  
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Descriptive Title: Lonesome Trailer Movie   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1935   Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [back] Make 4 1/4 x 2 3/4" ; Return to HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] Interior view of The Little Trailer shows El Brendel assuming a domestic pose as he "bathes the baby." His pal, a boxer dog, [insert mark] with tea kettle, stands by to assist him. Note the facilities provided within this 1935 "mobile home." Photo courtesy Warner Brothers Studio. [Photo courtesy Warner Brothers Studio is underlined] ; Copy M-3 [M-3 is circled] [job form] Job #302760H Ref #41 .20/1.31 Page #144-X B HT [HT is circled] Shoot at 101%
Misc Info: Photo is of a man holding a baby doll and washing the dolls face. There is a bassinett in front of the man. There is a dog standing on the right. There is a fold away bed behind the man and dishes ont he floor.
Subject: El Brendel
Hancock trailer
dog
Tige
movie
Warner Brothers
  Related to:  P479
P481
P491
P492
P494
P498
P502
P503
P507, P508
Other: This is a reproduction of a larger photograph. The Chrisman Collection contains numerous copies of this photograph. Photo has tape on back. Note has tape on top front.    

CallNo: P532-B1a4  
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Descriptive Title: Mr. Hancock with man in automobile with trailer   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 4   Condition: excellent
Text: [back] K-3 [K-3 is circled] ; Make 4 1/4 x 3 1/2" ; HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] Copy K-3 ; Charles E. Hancock at the wheel of the diminutive Austin sports roadster shows "The Little Trailer" used in the Warner Brothers motion picture than brought him national publicity in 1935. Photo courtesy the Hancock Family. [Photo courtesy the Hancock Family. is underlined] [job form] Job #302760H Ref #39 .14/1.30 Page #144-W B HT [HT is circled] Shoot at 101%
Misc Info: Photo is of an automobile and trailer. There are two men in the auto. They are in the street. Behind them is a building with ornate stairs and a sign that says [ADOLPHS] HOFBRAU. There are trees on the side of building.
Subject: Charles Hancock
Automobile
Trailer
Little Trailer
Lonesome trailer movie.
  Related to:  P487
P488
P489
P501
Other: Photo has tape on back. Note has tape on top front. Job form has tape on top front and back.    

CallNo: P70-H1e  
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Descriptive Title: Jones-Plummer Trail   Type: Print
Date of Origin: November 1958   Provenance:private collection - Harry Chrisman
Size: 3 1/2 x 5   Condition: very good
Text: [back] Jones-Plummer Trail, north of Beaver, Okla., looking to the North. Taken by Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74, BBC Liberal, Kansas. Nov. 1958. This is a Kodacolor print Made by Kodak November 1958 -- RE
Misc Info: color print; trail in plains near Beaver, Okla.; taken by Harry E. Chrisman; wheel marks are clearly visible.
Subject: Jones-Plummer Trail
Beaver, Oklahoma
scrub grass
trees
Kodacolor print
Kodak
wheel marks on ground
  Related to: 
Other:    

CallNo: PC12-A3o  
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Descriptive Title: James Lane Trading Post   Type: Postcard
Date of Origin: 1957; 1880   Provenance:private collection - Beaver City Museum, Beaver OK
Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/2   Condition: very good
Text: [front] James Lane Trading Post 1880 [back] Trading Post - Jones and Plummer Trail, crossing Beaver River. Cattle herds rested, a long drive on to shipping point. Cow men replinished chuck wagons, ammunition and liquor. Copyright 1957 Beaver City Museum 9-61; Post Card; Etch Tone
Misc Info: No correspondence; snow-covered trading post; bell on post in front
Subject: James Lane Trading Post
Jones and Plummer Trail
Beaver River Oklahoma
Beaver City Museum Oklahoma
snow
bare trees
bell on post
Etchtone
  Related to: 
Other:    

CallNo: PC26-A1a  
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Descriptive Title: The Jones and Plummer Trail - Beaver City Oklahoma   Type: Postcard
Date of Origin: 1961; 1893   Provenance:private collection - Harry Chrisman
Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/2   Condition: good
Text: [front] The Jones and Plummer Trail - Main Street, Beaver City Okla., 1893 [back] The Jones Plummer Trail, circa 1873-1893, extended southward from Dodge City, Kansas, through Beaver City, in No Man's Land, to Fort Elliott, Mobeetie and Rath City, Texas. The trail was the main artery of commerce, first for the Buffalo Hide Hunters and the freighters, later for the cattle herds that ranchers moved up to Dodge City and the Santa Fe railway. I layed out these cards (500) for Mrs. Sharp. Had them printed by Rawleigh Wyant and Don Adams at Southwest Daily Times. H.E.C. 1961 Post Card
Misc Info: Trail through Beaver City, Okla. Storefronts line street.
Subject: Jones and Plummer Trail
Main Street in Beaver City, Oklahoma
stores
brush
Beaver City Museum
Mrs. Sharp Fort Elliott, Texas No Man's Land
Dodge City, Kansas Mobeetie, Texas
Rath City, Texas buffalo hide hunters
Rawleigh Wyant Don Adams Southwest Daily Times
Santa Fe Railway
  Related to: 
Other:    

CallNo: PC51-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: Robbers Roost   Type: Postcard
Date of Origin: unknown   Provenance:
Size: 3 7/16 x 5 9/16"   Condition: excellent
Text: [front] Robbers Roost on Vigilante Trail ; 10 [back] PHOTO POST CARD Kodak Paper PLACE STAMP HERE ADDRESS [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
Misc Info: Photo is of a 2 story building with a porch/deck on both floors. There are trees in front of it. There is a building behind and on the right of it.
Subject: Robbers Roost
Vigilante trail
house
building
Montana
Trees
Postcard
  Related to:  P444-A2b11
N204
E20
M/F4
Other: "The 1000 Most Asked Questions about the American West"