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Accession # 1995-P009
Collection Dixon's Photographic Past
Object Name print, photographic
Description (239) images, including (5) negatives. All images were given to the Museum on foam board,; (8) images matted, and (1) image framed. Use of A with accession number; maybe photos returned, skipped

The collection came from an exhibition, called "Lawton's Photographic Past by Bill Dixon," which showed at the Museum Sept 25 through Dec 1, 1994. It was on display a second time in the Museum's Gallery A , ca. 2002. Most photographs are black and white.
Box 1: #1-22A, inclusive
Box 2: oversized
Box 3: #26A-60, inclusive
Box 4: #61-145, inclusive
Box 5: #146-185, inclusive
Box 6: #187-235
Box 7: #236-289, inclusive
Box 8: matted images and inventory

Wililam Tell "Bill" Dixon (1921-2005) was born in Lawton and played offensive and defensive end on the 1941 Lawton High School state championship football team and was the senior class president. After graduating in 1943, Bill enlisted in the U.S. Army. When he came back to Lawton after the war, he married Joan White, on June 8, 1947. Bill worked as a photographer for the Lawton Constitution for almost 39 years. He became head of the Lawton Puiblishing Co. Photography Department. His photos have been published in Life magazine, where he had the picture of the month in June 1960, Sports Illustrated, and numerous other publications. Bill was inducted into the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame in 1991.
Year Range from 1950.0
Year Range to 1986.0
People Albert, Carl
Armstrong, Louis
Aubrey, Betty
Aust, Jeannine
Babbitt, Ray
Banowsky, Bill
Bartlett, Dewey
Barton, Don
Bledsoe, Charles
Brittingham, General
Brock, Jack
Broun, Robin
Brown, Charles, General
Brown, Gene
Brown, Jerry
Burleson, Bull
Cannon, Sally
Carter, John
Cherry, B.C.
Clapp, Fredie
Clark, Roy
Corwin, Hugh
Critz, Harry H., (Maj) Gen.
Crosby, Andy
Cummings, Jack
Cunning, R. Boyd
Davis, Don
Davis, Steve
Dean, Jimmy
Denney, John
Dinges, Ed, General
Dixon, Bill
Driver, Patty
Drummond, Earl
Dutcher, Kitty
Edmondson, J. Howard
Elkins, John
Elkins, Paul
Ellsworth, C.R.
English, Exall
Eubanks, Luther
Fairbanks, Chuck
Fenter, Don
Fleming, Alexander, Sir
Fora, Jesse
Ford, Gerald, President
Fuller, Pete
Fullerton, John
Gensman, Nick
Gilbert, R.L.
Gigoux, Zoe
Gilley, Wayne
Goldwater, Barry
Green, Raymond
Griswold, Gillette
Griswold, W.F.
Hadley, Bart
Hall, David
Hammond, Edward
Hanck, Gene
Harmon, Zearl
Harris, Fred
Harris, La Donna
Harris, Paul
Hawkins, Almo
Hennessee, Joyce
Hennessee, Ralph
Hill, Calvin
Hines, Rosa
Hogan, Ben
Holly, C.R.
Horton, John, Brig. Gen.
Howard, Julian
Howell, Vernon
Howenstein, "Papa" Jack
Hutchins, George
Jackson, Travis
Johnson, Albert
Jones, Gomer
Julian, Hoss
Keathley, John
Keating, Milton
Keegan, Lawrence
Kennedy, J.C.
Kennedy, John F., President
Keough, Emmett
Kitchens, Frank
Knight, L.M.
Knox, Jimmy
Landers, Robert S.
Lawrence, Arthur
Lewis, Wilbur, Dr.
Lindstrom, Jack
Litchell, Janice
Logan, Jimmy Neal
Lord, O.B.
McCarty, J.D.
McCoy, Bob
McFail, Buck
McKenzie, Jim
McMahon, Louise D.
March, Mrs. Abe
Merritt, Jack, General
Miller, Graydon
Moncrief, Dee
Montgomery, Dolf
Morford, Clair
Morris, Bubs
Morris, Toby
Morroney, Mike
Neptune, Everett
Neptune, Richard
Newby, Gaylor T.
Nicklas, T.D.
Nye, W.S., Col.
Oaks, J. Merle
Oerke, Lewis
Ott, David E., Gen.
Owens, Steve
Owens, Ted
Pack, Mark
Parks, Lon, Sr.
Parsons, O.L.
Pennell, Max, General
Poolaw, Irene
Powell, Susan
Powers, Glen
Preston, John
Radcliff, Harry
Rand, Sally
Rawling, A.J.
Ray, Johnny
Reed, Joe
Riley, Bill
Roberts, Tuffy
Robertson, Cliff
Robertson, Dale
Rogers, Coy
Roosevelt, Eleanor
Ruth, Audrey
Sadler, Gale
Sands, Tommy
Sasser, Stanley
Sazens, Col.
Schraner, Ken
Scott, Sue
Shelton, Clyde
Shoemaker, John
Simington, Senator
Small, Mamie
Smith, Mary Jo
Smith, Wayne
Steed, Tom
Shepler, Mary
Shepler, Ned
Shoemaker, John
Stafford, Lily
Stevens, Ron
Story, Jack
Swett, Morris
Switzer, Barry
Taliaferro, Jim
Taylor, John
Taylor, Maxwell D., Maj. Gen.
Terrel, Al
Tomlinson, Curlee
Toy, Louie
Turner, Joe
Udall, Secretary of Interior
Vessels, Billy
Waggoner, P.G
Waldron, Otis
Washburn, Eddie
Washington, Joe.
Warington, Ted
Wetzel, Jake
Whitaker, Don
Whitaker, Donna
White, Frank
Whitten, Lindsay
Wickersham, Victor
Wilkerson, Bud
Williams, Edward, Maj.Gen.
Wilson, Steve
Witzel, Jake
Wulf, William F.
Search Terms agriculture
buildings, public
buildings, school
family life
Fort Sill
government, municipal
Native American
politics, local
politics, state
politics, federal
Wichita Mountains