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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: C18  
Descriptive Title: Advertising copy paper   Type: Comments
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size:    Condition: fair
Text: On back: Plastics *Larabee Home (on move-Pic by Joe Cannon) *Palo Duro Red Rock *Green Stone House * On front: Southwest Daily Times - Advertising Copy Paper; One Column, Two Columns, Three Columns, Four Columns, Five Columns; One Column, Two Columns, Three Columns, Four Columns, Five Columns, Six Columns, Seven Columns, Eight Columns; 1 inch, 2 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches, 5 inches, 6 inches, 7 inches, 8 inches, 9 inches, 10 inches, 11 inches, 12 inches, 13 inches, 14 inches, 15 inches.
Misc Info: This paper had 4 plastic negatives in it.
Subject: Larrabee home
Green Stone house
Palo Duro
Red Rock
Plastics
Southwest Daily Times
Advertising copy paper
  Related to:  N215
N216
N217
N218
Other:    

CallNo: E16  
Descriptive Title: Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro   Type: 
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size:    Condition: good
Text: Irvin Green Home on Palo Duro/ [bullet] Red Rock [bullet] Rock Home [bullet] Scenes on Palo Duro/ Negatives
Misc Info: Envelope attached to several negatives indicating the subjects on the negatives.
Subject: Irvin Green
Palo Duro
Red Rock
rock home
negatives
  Related to:  N169
N170
N171
N172
N173
N176
N177
N178
N179 through N191
Other:    

CallNo: E4-F1  
Descriptive Title: Stell's old photos manila envelope   Type: Envelope
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 9 1/2 x 12"   Condition: 
Text: [front] Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration District Office Scottsbluff, Nebraska 69361 Official Business Postage and fees paid U.S. Department of H.E.W.; Stell's letters (crossed out); Stell's Old photos: 1. Delaware Postcards 2. Montana Pix 3. Robt. E. Lee (circled) - Put in genealogy collection w/Va Pix 4. Ulysses S. Grant and Abe Lincoln (circled) 5. Montana cowboys 6. Montana wheat harvest (Head? & boys) 7. Pix of Pattison Log Homestead, Geri?? 8. Geo. Stephenson + "Sankey Gospel Singers" 9. Mother & Aunt Delphy, Uncle Lou & Dad 10. 2- photos old Edison Phonograph & moving picture "Music" man (Joe Fairchild pix)
Misc Info: All pictures listed were not found in the envelope.
Subject: photographs
Delaware postcards
Montana
Robert E. Lee
Estelle C. Laughlin
Ulysses S. Grant
Abe Lincoln
cowboys Edison phonograph music man
wheat harvest Pattison log homestead
George Stephenson "Sankey Gospel Singers"
  Related to:  P7-F2f1
P8-F1b
P4-D1d
P5-F2f1 P6-F2f1
P144-F1b P145-F1b
P146-F1b P147-F1b
P148-F1b P149-F1b P150-A2b11 P151-A3p
L7-F1ab L8-F1b
Other:    

CallNo: L1-F1a  
Descriptive Title: Letter from Jean E. Jeffrey to Harry and Cathy   Type: Letter
Date of Origin: June 6, 1974   Provenance:
Size: 6 1/2 x 10 1/4"   Condition: fair
Text: From Jean E. Jeffrey Post Falls, Idaho June 6, 1974 "Dear Harry and Cathy: At long last I am returning the two cassette tapes" ... "I have written Mrs. Hodges and thanked her for her letters and photos..."
Misc Info: 2 pages long with 2 P.S.'s/ P1-F1a was stapled to letter and both were rubber banded around a blue cassette tape, A1-F2f5.
Subject: Jean E. Jeffrey
Anna May Goddard Herron (mother of Jean)
Pauline Hodges
Joe Beaudry
Homer Jeffrey
WAC
  Related to:  P1-F1a
A1-F2f5
Other:    

CallNo: N114-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: People beside their home built into a hill   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2   Condition: very good
Text: A Home In The Hills No 23 Day Photo (underlined)
Misc Info: A sod house is built into the side of a hill. A man stands on top (?) of house with his horse and dog. A team of horses pulling a wagon looks like it is on top of another part of the house, while the woman is standing on the hill below the house.
Subject: home
Day
sod house
horses
wagon
dog
hill
scrub grass
man
woman
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CallNo: N116-F2b5  
Descriptive Title: Family in front of sod home   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2   Condition: very good
Text: [on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film
Misc Info: Woman and four children stand in front of sod home. Man holding reins to two horses stands to the side of the home. At least three of the children are girls because they are wearing dresses. The other is a baby and is in a high chair.
Subject: family
sod home
man
woman
children
horses
Kodak
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CallNo: N173-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: Woman stands in front of the Irvin Green rock home on Palo Duro   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16   Condition: very good
Text: 
Misc Info: Woman stands in front of two-story, possibly rock home. It is a two-story residence and is vacant. The fence around the home is falling apart. According to the envelope the negative was found in, the picture could be of the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro.
Subject: Irvin Green
Palo Duro
rock home
woman
vacant home
fencing
  Related to:  E16
Other:    

CallNo: N174-F2b5  
Descriptive Title: Kansas pioneer family and farmer   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 3/4 x 1 11/16   Condition: excellent
Text: On frame mat: "Abandoned Kansas Farm" (Dust Bowl era) 1930-50 Photo by Chrisman "Kansas Pioneer Farmer + Family Photo by Day On negative envelope: "Abandoned Farm" Kansas Photo by Chrisman "Kansas Settlers" Photo by Day (Negatives)
Misc Info: 
Subject: pioneers
settlers
family
horses
house
home
farmer
children
  Related to:  M/F2
E18
P451
P450
P456
N175
Other:    

CallNo: N176-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: Harry Chrisman stands in front of Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8   Condition: very good
Text: [from back of original photo]H.E.C. in photo/ Old Green home - stone house - on Palo Duro, Okla Panhandle [two address stamps] Harry E. Chrisman/ Lane D, Apt. 74/ Bluebonnet Courts/ Liberal, Kansas
Misc Info: Harry Chrisman stands in front of old, stone home. He is standing on the small cement porch. The home is two-story. According to the envelope the negatives came in, it is the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
Subject: Harry Chrisman
Irvin Green home
stone home
Palo Duro
boarded windows
vacant home
porch
Oklahoma Panhandle
  Related to:  E16
P540
P541
Other: Negatives N176 and N177 are on the same film strip.    

CallNo: N177-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: Looking out the window of the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8   Condition: very good
Text: [from back of original photo] H.E.C. in photo/ Old Green home - stone house - on Palo Duro, Okla Panhandle [two address stamps] Harry E. Chrisman/ Lane D, Apt. 74/ Bluebonnet Courts/ Liberal, Kansas
Misc Info: A small window in a room in a house. The view is looking out the window, while the rest of the room inside is dark. Can see the plains or prairie out the window. According to the envelopes the negatives were found in, the window is in the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro.
Subject: Irvin Green home
Palo Duro
vacant home
stone home
prairie
plains
window
Oklahoma Panhandle
  Related to:  E16
P540
P541
Other: Negatives N176 and N177 are on the same film strip.    

CallNo: N190-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 4 3/4   Condition: very good
Text: 
Misc Info: Two-story house set off in background of photo. It is either stone or rock. It has a chimney at the top, and several windows. This is either a side or back view of the house, because no door is visible. The home is vacant or abandoned. There is open grassland around the home.
Subject: Irvin Green
Palo Duro
rock home
stone home
Oklahoma Panhandle
two-story home
chimney
  Related to:  E16
N191
Other: Found in an envelope with other negatives. According to the envelope, the house is the Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro.    

CallNo: N191-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro in the Oklahoma Panhandle   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 4 3/4   Condition: very good
Text: 
Misc Info: Two-story home in background. A tall fencepost in the foreground, and a barbed-wire fence (which is falling down) in front of the house. The house is either vacant or abandoned. It is either rock or stone. There is a chimeny on the top and several windows. Also something in between the windows, looks like plywood or boards of some type. Open grassland around the house.
Subject: Irvin Green
Palo Duro
Oklahoma Panhandle
rock home
stone home
two-story home
chimney
windows
posts
barbed wire fencing
  Related to:  E16
N191
Other: Found in envelope with other negatives. According to the envelope, this is the Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro.    

CallNo: N217-A2a3  
Descriptive Title: Larrabee home   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 9 3/16 x 6 5/16   Condition: good
Text: Signs in the picture: CITIZENS STATE BANK; TUCKER; WARREN HOTEL; POOL.
Misc Info: Labeled as Plastics. It looks like a negative but feels like plastic, smooth on one side and rough on the other. Was in a folded Southwest Daily Times advertising copy paper with 3 other plastics.
Subject: Larrabee
Moving
House moving
Town
Home
Automobiles
People
Street
  Related to:  C18
N215
N216
N218
Other: Negative is of a house being moved on a trailer. It is being pulled by a truck. There is a man walking backwards guiding the truck. There are people watching from the sidewalk, some have bicycles. There are automobiles parked on the side of the street.    

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
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CallNo: N98-F2f1  
Descriptive Title: Cowboys and their horses in front of home or building   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2   Condition: very good
Text: [side of negative] 3 B Kodak Safety Film
Misc Info: Two cowboys stand beside their saddled horses in front of a building or home. There are many trees in front of the home, as well as a fence.
Subject: cowboys
horses
home
building
trees
Kodak
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CallNo: P150-A2b11  
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Descriptive Title: Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 4 1/16 x 5   Condition: very good
Text: [back] Frame No. 28B Copied Fairfield Foto Film Date Apr 13 1969; 28B
Misc Info: Was in manila envelope. Picture is of a log homestead.
Subject: Pattison Log home
trees
Fairfield Foto
  Related to:  E4-F1
P7-F2f1
P8-F1b
P4-D1d
P5-F2f1
P6-F2f1
P144-F1b
P145-F1b; P146-F1b; P147-F1b; P148-F1b; P149-F1b
P150-A2b11; P151-A3p; L7-F1ab; L8-F1b
Other: Photo has staple holes in left side.    

CallNo: P218-F2b1  
Descriptive Title: Mr. Babbitts and family   Type: Print
Date of Origin: late 1800s or early 1900s   Provenance:
Size: 5 x 7 1/8"   Condition: good
Text: left to right: Salema Myers; Mary Preston Roy Mama Willis and myself [bottom of photo] Mr. Babbits + Family
Misc Info: Picture of a family or homestead, windmill, water tank and house in background. Family in foreground.
Subject: Family and Homestead of Tom Babbitt
Salema Myers
Roy
Willis
Mary Preston
Mama
Tom Babbitt
  Related to:  N84-F2b1
P220-F2f1
P221-F2a1
P219-F2i (possibly his children)
Other: There are 2 copies of this photo.    

CallNo: P223-F2b3  
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Descriptive Title: Ralph Bell Family   Type: Print
Date of Origin: circa 1921   Provenance:
Size: 7 15/16 x 10 1/16   Condition: excellent
Text: Back: left to right: Lyman (Bell brother of Ralph) Mom (Delyra) - Dad (Ralph) - Lucille, Margaret Ralph Bell Family circa 1921 Henry, Neb.
Misc Info: .
Subject: family
Ralph Bell
House, homestead
1920s
  Related to:  P222-F2b3
P224-F2b2
Other:    

CallNo: P246-A2b11  
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Descriptive Title: house and family   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 1/2 x 4 1/2   Condition: good
Text: [back] 2 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS
Misc Info: Photo is of a family sitting and standing on their front porch. Photo is taken from a distance. It is a one story home with another building directly behind it. There is a chimney on the roof and a windmill in the far right behind the house. There are trees behind the house and bushes in front.
Subject: Family dwelling
House
Family
Home
Building
Trees
Windmill
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CallNo: P300-F1b  
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Descriptive Title: Harry Chrisman standing in a home   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 1/2 x 5 3/16   Condition: very good
Text: [no text on front or back]
Misc Info: Harry Chrisman stands in a home, posing for a picture. He is wearing a button-up shirt, jacket and slacks. There is a dog, possibly Tuck, possibly a blue healer, in front of him on the floor. There are curtains on the windows, and several pictures on the walls behind Harry. There is a small table against the wall behind Harry.
Subject: Harry Chrisman
home
residence
curtains
pictures
table
dog
Tuck
  Related to: 
Other: Although no text indicates the picture is of Harry Chrisman, it looks like him.    

CallNo: P312-A2b11  
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Descriptive Title: Merchant home   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 5 1/8 x 7   Condition: excellent
Text: [back of photo] One of the first houses in Liberal. The home of Mrs. Hattie Merchant who is shown before the building.
Misc Info: 2 copies of this photo exist. Copy 2 has no writing on it.
Subject: Merchant
Hattie Merchant
Liberal, Kansas
Building
House
Home
Bushes
Chimney
Rocking chair
Windows
  Related to:  P313
P314
P315
P316
P317
P318
Other: Copy 2 photo is of a woman standing in front of a house. The house has two chimneys, 3 windows showing, and 1 door showing. There is a rocking chair and a regular chair on the porch. There is some kind of table with a cloth over it and flowers on it. Looks like some kind of garden to the left of woman. Garden has some kind of chicken wire fence around it.    

CallNo: P313-A2a2  
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Descriptive Title: E. W. Wright's parent's homestead   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1893   Provenance:
Size: 5 1/16 x 7   Condition: excellent
Text: [note taped to photo] Home of E. W. (Lize) Wright's parents at Bushon, Kans. Her father on horse circa 1893.
Misc Info: Photo is of 2 women, 1 is holding a child. There is 1 man standing on the ground holding the reins to a saddle horse. There is 1 man sitting on a horse. They are surrounded by trees and in front of a house. There are 2 buildings in the fore background and several more buildings in the left background.
Subject: E. W. (Lize) Wright's Parent's Home
horse
women
men
family
homestead
early settlers
house
Bushon, Kansas
  Related to:  P312
P314
P315
P316
P317
P318
Other: Photo has tape on top back.    

CallNo: P470-A2a11  
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Descriptive Title: Kruger Home   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1967   Provenance:
Size: 3 1/2 x 3 1/2   Condition: very good
Text: [back] 2-Story Log House 7 mi. from Callaway, Nebr. Original home of Anton Abel Built About 1874 Kruger Home in 1967 A KODAK PAPER
Misc Info: Photo is in color. Photo is of a two-story log home. It has a wood rail fence in the front. There are trees around it and snow on the ground.
Subject: log house
Anton Abel
Callaway, Nebraska
Kruger
Home
Fence
Trees
Snow
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CallNo: P473-A3g  
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Descriptive Title: U. S. Land Office in Garden City, Kansas   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1885   Provenance:
Size: 5   Condition: very good
Text: [front] [sign on building] OFFICE OF C J JONES ; ATTEND TO ALL BUSINESS BEFORE ; US LANDOFFICE BARGAINS IN LAND ; JONES & LAUCK ; RESTAURANT BAKERY [back] Reduce to 4 1/2" wide - 3" deep ; Garden City land office 1885 ; PLEASE CREDIT The Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka ; Return To HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] Copy G [Copy G is underlined] ; U.S. Land Office, Garden City, Kansas, in the 1880's [in the 1880's is crossed out] in 1885. It was not uncommon for settlers to file on as much [much is crossed out] many as 50,000 acres of land daily here. It was at this office that young Charles Hancock watched his father sign his Homestead papers. Photo courtesy Kansas Historical Society. [Photo courtesy Kansas Historical Society. is underlined] [job form note] Job # 302760H Ref # 7 .15/1.61 Page # 144 - D A HT [HT is circled] Shoot at 73%
Misc Info: Photo is of many men standing on sidewalk in front of land office. They are filling the sidewalk in front of the buildings next to land office. There are some men hanging out the windows above the buildings.
Subject: U. S. Land Office
men
Garden City, Kansas
Charles Hancock
Kansas Historical Society
Homestead papers
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Other: Photo has tape on top and bottom back. Notes have tape on them also.    

CallNo: P474-F2b5  
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Descriptive Title: Hancock Family   Type: Print
Date of Origin: 1800s   Provenance:
Size: 3 5/8 x 6 3/4   Condition: poor
Text: [back] CRH ; Pauline ; Lottie Grace ; C.E. ; Bud ; Button + Gilpin [horses] ; Early days in Liberal, Kansas CE Hancock and My Beautiful Darling wife and two Children nearly 60 years ago make megative + 16x20 Picture and now I am 88 years old and alone at home 10419 Mills Ave Whittier Calif ; Don't Mark Photo! [note] Life was austere in Liberal, Kansas [1911 is crossed out] after the Hancock's moved from their farm to town. Pauline and baby Bud are shown with the parents. Button and Gilpin munch [hay is crossed out] fodder from the wagon. Water was hauled in a barrel on sled, shown in foreground of photo. But soon Charles began to make money in the construction busi-ness and fortune smiled on the little family. Photo Courtesy Clarence R. (Bud) Hancock. [Photo Courtesy Clarence R. (Bud) Hancock. is underlined]
Misc Info: Photo is of a family standing on their doorstep. The door to the house is open. There is a broom leaning against house. There is a metal tub tipped over. There is a barrel in the front yard. There are two horses eating hay from a wagon. There is another wagon in front of the horses with a barrel in it. There are buildings in the background.
Subject: Hancock family
family
homestead
horse
barrel
house
prairie
Wagon
Fodder
Liberal, Kansas
  Related to: 
Other: Photo is on thick cardboard. There are stains on front and back. There is a tape tear mark on back top.    

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: P528-A2a11  
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Descriptive Title: Hancock home in Whittier   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 3 9/16 x 5 1/8   Condition: excellent
Text: [back] CRH ; Whittier Home ; H 15 ; KODAK VELOX PAPER
Misc Info: Photo is of a home. There are buildings next to it. There is a man sitting on a fence. There is a paved road in front of him and the house. There are several wagon wheels beside him. The fence he is sitting on has huge wagon wheels used as fence posts.
Subject: Charles Hancock
Whittier Home of Hancock
Whittier, California
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CallNo: P529-A2a11  
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Descriptive Title: Hancock Home   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 3/4 x 4 9/16   Condition: excellent
Text: [back] CRH 925
Misc Info: Photo is of several adults on the porch of a home. There are children in the front yard. There is an automobile in front of the house. May be a Hancock family reunion. There are other houses in the background.
Subject: Hancock home
Children
Automobile
Adults
Reunion
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CallNo: P540-A2b11  
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Descriptive Title: Harry Chrisman stands in front of Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 5/8 x 5 1/16   Condition: very good
Text: [front] KODAK SAFETY FILM ; 6 ; [5?] [back] H.E.C. in photo ; Old Green home - stone house - on Palo Duro, Okla Panhandle [two address stamps] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS ; X ; X
Misc Info: Harry Chrisman stands in front of old, stone home. He is standing on the small cement porch. The home is two-story. According to the envelope the negatives came in, it is the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
Subject: Harry Chrisman
Irvin Green home
stone home
Palo Duro
boarded windows
vacant home
porch
Oklahoma Panhandle
  Related to:  E16
N176
N177
Other: P540 and P541 are together on the same photo paper.    

CallNo: P541-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: Looking out the window of the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro   Type: Print
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 5/8 x 5 1/16"   Condition: very good
Text: [front] KODAK SAFETY FILM ; 6 ; [?] [back] H.E.C. in photo/ Old Green home - stone house - on Palo Duro, Okla Panhandle [two address stamps] Harry E. Chrisman/ Lane D, Apt. 74/ Bluebonnet Courts/ Liberal, Kansas
Misc Info: A small window in a room in a house. The view is looking out the window, while the rest of the room inside is dark. Can see the plains or prairie out the window. According to the envelopes the negatives were found in, the window is in the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro.
Subject: Irvin Green home
Palo Duro
vacant home
stone home
prairie
plains
window
Oklahoma Panhandle
  Related to:  E16
N176
N177
Other: Photos P540 and P541 are together on the same photo paper.    

CallNo: PC10-F2a2  
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Descriptive Title: Dover, Delaware celebrations   Type: Postcard
Date of Origin: 1963   Provenance:
Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/2   Condition: very good
Text: [back] Delaware's colonial glories are annually brought to the attention of the public through three events. Dover Days is marked each first Saturday in May. A Day in Old New Castle falls on the third Saturday in May. Odessa Day is the second Sunday in October. For information write, Delaware State Development Department, Dover, Delaware. D-48 Photo courtesy Delaware State Development Department. Pub & copyrighted 1963 by KEN-DEL PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 515 Shipley St., Wilmington, Del. Post Card. Place Stamp Here. 73014
Misc Info: Girl in colonial-style dress stands by tree; two others talk on porch of brick home.
Subject: Colonial-dressed women
Dover, Delaware
Dover Day
A Day in Old New Castle
Odessa Day
Delaware State Development Department
flowers trees brick home sidewalk brick porch
porch railing
Wilmington, Delaware
Ken-Del Productions
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CallNo: PC9-E1c  
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Descriptive Title: Dover Days Maypole Dances   Type: Postcard
Date of Origin: 1960   Provenance:
Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/2   Condition: very good
Text: [front] (copyright symbol) 1960 Ken-Del Productions [back] Dover, Del. - Dover Days on Historic tree - shaded Dover Green Fairs and markets were held here in years gone by, on Dover Days Maypole Dances, the minuet, and eighteenth century games take their place. A Day in Old Dover is observed on the first Saturday in May, annually. No. DD84; Ektachrome by Ed Kennedy. Pub & copyrighted 1960 by Ken-Del Productions, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Postcard; Place Stamp Here. 6919-B
Misc Info: Color postcard; no correspondence; women in colorful dresses dance around a maypole; crowd watches.
Subject: Maypole dance
Dover Days
Dover, Delaware
Dover Green
Ed Kennedy
dancing women men at pole
Ken-Del Productions minuet
Wilmington, Delaware Ektachrome
gathered crowd homes
buildings trees grass
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