|Collection||Johnson, Averill A.|
|Object Name||Negative, Film|
(3) negatives and contacts, addressing early Oklahoma pioneer life.:
#1 = Young's Crossing, in sw Seminole County
#2 = Jessie and Mary Scoggins farming
#3 = "buffalo hunters skinning buffalo"
Donor Virginia Shaw is an anaethesiologist in Lawton. In the mid 1940s, she was a public school teacher. She also worked at La Sill Milk Co. Her mother, Mrs. Averill Johnson, worked in the McKenzie Beauty Shoppe in 1946. Mrs. Johnson was later a clerk in the Stinson Drug Store. The two lived in the same house in the 1980s. According to the Polk Directories, Mr. Johnson was not in Lawton in the 1940s when Mrs. Johnson arrived. Photo #2 (Jesie Burgine Scoggins and Mary Freelove Scoggins) were the donor's grandparents.
Johnson, Averill A.
Scoggins, Jessie Burdine
Scoggins, Mary Freelove