The Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum houses one of the largest collections in the US Army Museum system with over 230,000 3-dimensional objects and archival materials.The staff of five, along with volunteers and soldiers, maintain these objects and materials in strict accordance with US Army Museum and American Alliance of Museum best standards and practices.
Objects range from Frontier Army Guidons from the 7th Cavalry and the 10th Cavalry to historic Native American regalia and objects. These photographs are only a very small sample of what the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum has in its Collections.
Due to the sheer volume of objects in our collections, many of them are in museum standard storage, and we do change out sensitive objects on a regular basis.
If you have questions regarding our collections, please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.
- 9th Cavalry Knife purchased at auction in July 2013.
- Arrest Warrant with US Deputy Marshal Chris Madsen signature. One of two purchased at auction in July 2013
- Chaytay War Bonnet after conservation in October 2013.