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Image of 2005.203.663 - Banner

2005.203.663 - Banner

Small red, white and blue cotton banner for Marland; top and bottom stripe of dark blue with white stars; large red center with white letters "Marland for Senate"; white has darkened to beige; "1936" handwritten in ink on back; design is woven, not applied on surface; pin or small nail holes in corners

Image of LP07324 - Cartoon

LP07324 - Cartoon

Cartoon Robert L Owen, man in black coat red tie, tan gloves, top hat on table, when Owen ran for US Senate 1907

Image of 03575 - Gavel

03575 - Gavel

Red mahogany gavel. Has a white label on the head with "No 3575 Alice M. Robertson"

Image of 1969.062 - Gavel

1969.062 - Gavel

Dark wood gavel, highly polished - mounted on walnut base; dedication plate, brass Plaque has: "This gavel is presented by Governor William J. Holloway. The gavel was a gift which was used by him in presiding for the Oklahoma Senate while Lieutenant Governor in 1927 and 1928 and was kept on his desk while Governor in 1929 and 1930" Brass clasp holds gavel to base

Image of 1979.062.004 - Gavel

1979.062.004 - Gavel

Small dark cedar gavel - has a silver plate tacked to the head "Gov. Leon C. Phillips Jan. 9th 1939 Cedar from old Ft. Supply Stockade 1868"

Image of 02483 - Gavel

02483 - Gavel

wooden gavel used by William H. Murray while presiding over the first State Legislature, 1907. Handle inscription : "Presented by the Manual Training Department - SWNS Weatherford Okla" (SWNS: Southwestern Norman School) Head inscription: "The State of Oklahoma, November 16, 1907"

Image of 02494 - Gavel

02494 - Gavel

Gavel used by William H. Murray at first State Democratic Convention; small with long handle

Image of 2005.203.260 - Handbill

2005.203.260 - Handbill

White background with black print, large b/w photo of Haskell in the center of paper. Reads "Haskell and The Constitution, Chas. N. Haskell, Democratic Candidate for Governor of Oklahoma".

Image of 2010.013.001 - Hat, Top

2010.013.001 - Hat, Top

Black beaver top hat with black silk grosgrain ribbon trim. The hat is lined with ivory moire taffeta and has a leather sweatband. It is marked inside the crown "Colbert, Marshall Field & Co., Chicago." Worn by Governor Charles Haskell.

Image of 2005.203.164 - Plate, License

2005.203.164 - Plate, License

Orange-yellow metal car tag with black raised lettering. Reads "Bill Murray for President".

Image of 2003.079.205 - Nameplate

2003.079.205 - Nameplate

Metal nameplate, has a raised image of the state of Oklahoma, gold colored with inset print "Johnston Murray". Silver-colored base, reads "1951-1955" in raised lettering.

Image of 1985.074.001 - Nameplate

1985.074.001 - Nameplate

Bellmon desk name plate; a triangular, wooden, two-sided stand; brown colored, with 2 plastic name plates, attached on each side with silver, small screws; engraved into each plate, in white letters reads "SEN. BELLMON", a thin trim also outlines each plate.

Image of 1975.013 - Ticket

1975.013 - Ticket

Inaugural ball ticket to the Inauguration of J.B.A. Robertson, January 13, 1919, $5.00. Small rectangular cardstock with blue image of the State Capitol building, print is black. Is stamped in red as a complimentary ticket and signed by Robertson.

Image of 1970.035.001-.003 - Watch, Pocket

1970.035.001-.003 - Watch, Pocket

.1) Gold watch which belonged to Territorial Governor George Washington Steele; gold, face and back covered with covers of gold, engraved with the initials "GWS" on one face and design on opposite side that is "1900" intertwined figures; face cover is released by pressing top of stem .2) chain, two types and two sections: large links and small links; gold bar on small section of chain .3) pocket knife attached to chain; gold plated; double blade; Manufacturer's metal marks includes number 9.375; engraving is "GWS Jr."; knife was attached later when watch was carried by Governor Steele's son, Captain G.W. Steele, Jr.