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Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington

2003-0048



Description: Darlington government school for Arapaho children (not Cantonment mission school; the handwriting on the photo is wrong; see photo 2006-0118 which is the same exposure as this one)
Date:
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 14 x 10 cm
Source: Mrs. S. S. Haury?
Photographer: Cosand and Mosser

2003-0049



Description: Darlington Indian mission school; H. R. Voth with children in foreground, women mission workers on balcony; stereoview
Date: 1885
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 16.5 x 10 cm
Source: David Goerz?
Photographer:

2003-0050



Description: west of Darlington mission school on the morning when Indian children were to leave for Halstead, Kansas, to go to school at Christian Krehbiel's; front row left to right, David? Todd, Frieda E. Voth, H. R. Voth, Mary Todd; back row left to right, ? Trempe, John Pedro, Della Haury, Mollie ?
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 9.5 x 14 cm
Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
Photographer:Dean W. Tainter

2003-0061



Description: Darlington school building
Date: May 21, 1930
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 11.5 x 7 cm
Source:
Photographer:

2003-0062



Description: Darlington school building
Date: 1930s?
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source: J. B. Ediger?
Photographer:

2003-0063



Description: Darlington school building; maybe M. M. Horsch standing on steps
Date: 1930s?
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source: J. B. Ediger?
Photographer:

2003-0064



Description: Darlington school building; maybe M. M. Horsch standing on steps to the left
Date: 1930s?
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source: J. B. Ediger?
Photographer:

2003-0072



Description: Rev. M. M. Horsch on the steps of the old Darlington school building
Date: 1930s?
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 10.5 x 6 cm
Source: J. B. Ediger?
Photographer:

2003-0073



Description: second Darlington Indian mission school (built in 1882); H. R. Voth on left porch
Date: 1884 or 1885
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 18.5 x 13 cm
Source: H. R. Voth?
Photographer: Cosand and Mosser

2003-0074



Description: Darlington school building; on the veranda, left to right, Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel), Maria Lehrman, Barbara Baer Voth and daughter Frieda; in foreground, H. R. Voth with Indian children
Date: 1884?
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 19 x 11.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:

2003-0075



Description: Darlington Indian agency. The large building is the government school for Arapaho children. H. R. Voth in the foreground, with Indian children picking flowers.
Date: ca. 1891
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 24 x 19 cm
Source: Kent Ruth, Geary, Oklahoma
Photographer: C. C. Stotz

2003-0076



Description: Darlington mission school. Main building, wash house, barn-shed, corrals. Taken from the south. Indian children in foreground.
Date: 1885 or 1886
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 19 x 11.5 cm
Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kafuman, 1990
Photographer:

2003-0081



Description: Darlington school children and teachers; left to right at top, Dian Luginbuel (m. Jacob Meschberger), Maria Lehrman (m. Jacob Warkentin), Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel), S. S. Haury, Barbara Baer Voth and baby Frieda, H. R. Voth (top of head cut off)
Date: 1885
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 19.5 x 11.5 cm
Source: Frieda Voth Regier Entz
Photographer:

2003-0082



Description: Darlington school children and teachers; "x" marks Maggie Leonard, first convert. Teachers left to right, Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel), Dian Luginbuehl (m. Jacob Meschberger), Maria Lehrman (m. Jacob Warkentin), Barbara Baer Voth and baby Frieda, H. R. Voth. In left hand corner, Abe Nace, J. H. Schmidt.
Date: 1886
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 19.5 x 11.5 cm
Source: Mrs. J. H. Richert, February 15, 1933
Photographer:

2003-0083



Description: Darlington school children and teachers; back row left to right, Maria Lehrman (m. Jacob Warkentin, ?, Dian Luginbuehl (m. Jacob Meschberger), ?, Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel, Frieda Voth, Barbara Baer Voth, H. R. Voth
Date: 1885
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 19 x 11.5 cm
Source: H. R. Voth?
Photographer:
Note: used in Richard W. Payne, The Hopi Flute Ceremony; With Observations by Reverend Heinrich R. Voth (Oklahoma City; Toubat Trails Pub. Co., 1993), p. 7, with the caption "Rev. H. R. Voth at Darlington."

2003-0084



Description: Darlington school children and teachers; "x" marks Maggie Leonard, first convert. Teachers left to right, Susie Richert (m. C. H. Wedel), Dian Luginbuehl (m. Jacob Meschberger), Barbara Baer Voth and daughter Frieda, Maria Lehrman (m. Jacob Warkentin), H. R. Voth in doorway. Lower left standing, Abe Nace. Seated center front, J. H. Schmidt.
Date: 1886
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 19 x 11.5 cm
Source:
Photographer:

2003-0085



Description: Darlington school children and teachers; MLA has a version of this photo that gives names of many of the children (see 2008-0135).
Date: ca. 1886-1887
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 18.5 x 11.5 cm
Source: Rosa (Schmidt) Kaufman, 1990
Photographer:

2003-0086



Description: Darlington school children and teachers; teachers, front row left to right, Jacob H. Richert, H. R. Voth with daughter Frieda, Abraham E. Suderman; back left to right, Martha Moser (m. H. R. Voth), Maria Suderman (m. William Bartel), John H. Schmidt, Mrs. John H. Schmidt (Anna Voth), Anna Penner (m. Leonhard Bartel). Used in Mennonite Life, March 1992, p. 13. Used in Cathy Luchetti's Under God's Spell (1989), p. 113; used in Kimberly D. Schmidt, "Moneneheo and Naheverein; Cheyenne and Mennonite Sewing Cirles, Convergences and Conflicts, 1890-1970," Great Plains Quarterly 31,1 (winter 2011), 7
Date: ca. 1890-1891
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 22 x 17 cm
Source:
Photographer: C. C. Stotz, El Reno, Oklahoma

2006-0157



Description: presumably during one of the land rushes (see also 2006-0158 and 2006-0159)
Date: 1892?
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 18 x 11 cm
Source: David L. Habegger, 1998
Photographer:

2006-0158



Description: Woman on left is Helena Jansen (1858-1927); the one on the right is unidentified; at Cornelius Jansen home; compare with photos in Gustav E. Reimer and G. R. Gaeddert, Exiled by the Czar; Cornelius Jansen and the Great Mennonite Migration, 1874 (Newton, KS: Mennonite Publication Office, 1956); pasted on the back of a Darlington, Oklahoma, photo (2006-0157); a second view of the same two women is 2006-0159
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Beatrice, Nebraska
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 16 x 11 cm
Source: David L. Habegger, 1998
Photographer:

2006-0159



Description: Woman on left is Helena Jansen (1858-1927); the one on the right is unidentified; at Cornelius Jansen home; compare with photos in Gustav E. Reimer and G. R. Gaeddert, Exiled by the Czar; Cornelius Jansen and the Great Mennonite Migration, 1874 (Newton, KS: Mennonite Publication Office, 1956); pasted on the back of a Darlington, Oklahoma, photo (2006-0157); a second view of the same two women is 2006-0158
Date: ca. 1890
Location: Beatrice, Nebraska
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 16 x 11 cm
Source: David L. Habegger, 1998
Photographer:

2008-0135



Description: Darlington school children and teachers (there is a cleaner copy of this photo at 2003-0085)
Darlington group picture 1886-1887 (taken in 1887)
(One original source for these names is in the H. R. Voth papers (MS.21, box 14, copy book 2, pp. 694-695). Voth's numbering did not quite match the copy of the photo with red numbers written in; Voth numbered people in rows strictly from left to right, where the photo goes left to right, then right to left. There is a second list (source unknown) that mostly matches Voth's, but also matches the photo's system of numbering. The "I" and "me" references in some descriptions refer to Voth. Note that there are two versions of this photo&151; one with the dog at left sitting and one standing.)


First row (back)

1. Willie Warren (half Cheyenne, half Mexican)
2. Della Haury (in dark clothing, Arapahoe) [or Woxie Haury Suderman]
3. Emilie [or Amelia] Clark (in light clothing, 1/4 white 3/4 Cheyenne, daughter of the military interpreter)
4. Maggie Leonard (in dark clothing, half white half Caddo, was in Kansas last year)
5. a Cheyenne girl who was in our school only one day [Laura]
6. Susanna Rowlodge (Arapaho, presently chair of the literary society of our children)
7. Sister Maria Lehrman
8. Mrs. Barbara Baer Voth
9. Frieda Edna Voth
10. H. R. Voth
11. Selma Voth [Red Face] (Arapaho, she is sickly)
12, Sister Dinah Lugenbühl
13. Sister K. Richert [Susie Richert]
14. Nancy Rash [or Ruth?] (Arapaho, nearly blind, an orphan)
15. Sarah Black Bear (Arapaho, parents in Seger's colony)
16. Mollie Candy [or Kendy?]
17. Annie Poisal [?] (1/4 white 3/4 Arapaho, orphan, see the Kinderbote of July [1887])
18. Mary Murphy (Arapaho)
19. Georg [or Adolph] Curtis (half white half Sioux, now in Halstead, brother of Mollie Hauser 29)

Second Row

20. Minnie Johnson (half white half Cheyenne)
21. Lydia Deaf (Arapaho)
22. Ella Butts (half white half Cheyenne)
23. Mary Poisal (Annie Poisal's sister 17)
24. Gertie Poisal (Annie Poisal's cousin)
25. Ottilie Spotted Bear (Arapaho)
26. Clara Ridge Bear (Arapaho)

Third Row

27. Tom Levi (half white half Arapaho, since 10 May in Halstead)
28. Mattie Block (half white (Jewish) half Cheyenne)
29. Mandy [or Maudie] Hauser (1/4 Sioux 1/4 white 1/2 Cheyenne, daughter of Mollie Hauser whose little Emil died in the fire of our mission house)
30. Lena Smith (Arapaho, sister of the above)
31. Hattie Smith (Arapaho, I brought her brother Robert recently from Halstead)
32. Rosa Old Camp (half Arapaho. half Cheyenne)
33. Marianna North (1/4 white 3/4 Arapaho) [or Mary Poisal]
34. Julia Lizard (has an aching head, parents in Seger's colony, Arapaho)
35. Geo. Curtis (behind the above, half white half Caddo, since 10 May in Halstead)
36. John Pedro (Arapaho. (I think 1/4 Mexican) (behind Brother Schmidt)


Fourth Row

37. Brother J. H. Schmidt
38. Otto Husst [or Hunt] (Arapaho, has the Newfoundland dog with him)
39. Charlie Old Horse (Arapaho, has both hands on his knees)
40. Johnny Black (Arapaho)
41. Grover Cleveland (half Arapaho, half Cheyenne)
42. Henry Meagher (1/8 Arapaho 7/8 white)
43. Henry Rowlodge (brother of 6, Arapaho)
44. Johnny Curtis (brother of 19)
45. Eddy Shields (1/8 Arapaho 7/8 white)
46. Clarence Black (brother of 40)
47. Jessie Curtis (1/4 Sioux 1/4 white 1/2 Cheyenne, presently sick at home)
48. Josie Poisal (brother of 17 and 23, see Nachrichten 1887 No. 6)
49. Brother Abraham B. Nace
50. Max Miller (half white half Arapaho, weak eyes)
51. Peter Antelope (I brought his brother Henry home from Halstead sick recently)

Fifth Row

52. Harry Nace (Debets nephew, Debets mother gave me the child shortly before she died)
53. Danny Ridge Bear [or Rich Bear] (half Arapaho half Cheyenne)
54. Joseph Trampe [or Tremp] (half white (French) half Cheyenne)
55. Harry Hauser [or Shortteeth] (brother of 29)
56. Emil Black [or Roman Nose] (half Arapaho half Cheyenne [?])
57. Frank Johnson (brother of 20)
58. Jim. Pedro (brother of 36)


Date: ca. 1886-1887
Location: Darlington, Oklahoma
MLA filing: Oklahoma - Mission Activities - Darlington
Original size: 18.5 x 11 cm
Source:
Photographer:

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