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    Exterior of Lawton St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

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    Concrete walkway and bridge in foreground, red brick building, steep pitched roof, covered vestibule, mature trees. Consecrated 1954

    Oklahoma Chautauqua Program: 2023

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    Program for the annual Oklahoma Chautauqua event, which includes in-depth historical exploration and reenactments. The booklet outlines activities during the event, background information, and context related to the year's theme: "American Aviation: Barnstorming to Mach 1.

    Oklahoma International Festival Program: 2023

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    Program for the annual International Festival in Lawton, Oklahoma, which includes demonstrations, exhibitions, displays, and other events related to the cultural heritage of the Lawton-Fort Sill area. The program provides listings for activities during the festival and other contextual information

    St. Philip's Episcopal Church Building

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    St. Philip's Episcopal Church with a crenellated tower. Ardmore's first Episcopal church service was preached by Bishop Brooke in 1893. This photograph shows the current church in 2022

    Daniel Huerta Jr.'s First Birthday

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    Photograph of Daniel and Valeria Huerta with their son on his first birthday party

    2022 Paint Oklahoma Beautiful Okeene Project (BEFORE)

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    Photograph of house located at 314 W B St, Okeene before it was painted in 2022. Owners: Allen & Sharon Tousignant, Okeene. POB is a program of Keep Oklahoma Beautiful

    Huerta Family at Rattlesnake Hunt

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    Photograph of Daniel and Valeria Huerta with their son Daniel Jr. at the 2022 Okeene Rattlesnake Hunt

    St. James Episcopal Church Second Church's Altar

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    Grace Episcopal Church wooden altar set for Sunday service

    2022 Paint Oklahoma Beautiful Okeene Project (AFTER)

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    Photograph of house located at 314 W B St, Okeene after it was painted in 2022. Owners: Allen & Sharon Tousignant, Okeene. POB is a program of Keep Oklahoma Beautiful

    Keys and Dog Tags of Eugene E O'Neill

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    Photograph taken from Facebook, "You Know You're from Okeene If..." courtesy of Patrick O'Neill of keys and dog tags that belonged to his father, Eugene E (Jim) O'Neill. The keys were buried with brother, Kevin O'Neill 2022

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