Photo Gallery

General Robert E. Lee’s birthday commemoration at Lee Elementary School in Tulsa, on January 19, 1990.  Compatriots Jack Westbrook (L) and Greg Moore presenting a portrait of General Lee to Principal Sharon Atcheson and Student Body President, young Mr. Waggoner.

 Lt. Commander Thomas Boone, Real Son Harold T. Wood (1915-2006), Commander Jack Westbrook (1924-2010) and Real Son Robert E. Lee Webb (1905-1998) – 1992

Commander Carl Fallen presenting Compatriot Murray Stewart (1931-2012) with a Camp McIntosh Special Award at the Real Sons/Real Daughters Luncheon – August 2004

Oklahoma Division Commander Larry Logan presenting the SCV’s Paul Jon Miller Award, for the best newsletter for 2011-12 for camps with less than fifty members to Camp Commander and Newsletter Editor, Ken Cook, at the Camp Awards Luncheon – August 2012


Commander Bernie Cooper presenting the 2005 Dode McIntosh Award to Compatriot Chinubbie McIntosh, a great-grandson of Col. Daniel N. McIntosh.


Camp McIntosh Past-Commanders Bernie Cooper and Richard Goforth, Oklahoma Division Commander Larry Logan, Camp Commander Ken Cook, Cherokee Brigade Commander and Past-Commander Johnny Manley and Past-Commander Carl Fallen at the dedication of the monument to the Confederate Soldiers of Indian Territory at the Confederate Memorial Day service at Tulsa’s Rose Hill Cemetery – May 2011.

Past-Commander Carl Fallen presenting the Camp’s first Jack E. Westbrook Award to Oklahoma Division Lt. Commander Harold Tydings at the Real Sons/Real Daughters Luncheon – August 2008

Commander Bruce Bishop presenting Compatriot John Mark Thomas with a twenty-five year membership pin and SCV lapel pin at the September 2015 Camp meeting.  John is the Camp’s longest serving member with twenty-seven years of service, a few months longer than the Camp’s second longest serving member, Carl Fallen.
Oklahoma Division Commander Larry Logan, presenting 20-year membership pins to Camp McIntosh members at the January 2012 Camp meeting – left photo (l. to r.), Murray Stewart and Mike Gwinner, right photo, Harold Tydings and Carl Fallen.

Commander Bruce Bishop presiding over the Confederate gravestone and Cross of Honor dedication for Lt. Pleasant Porter, 1st Creek Mounted Rifles, and Chief of the Creek Nation  (1899-1907) – September 26, 2015.