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This collection contains 18 covers from the pulp magazine 'Action Stories,' which was published from 1921 to 1951. The covers have been removed from the publications prior to the Museum's purchase of the collection. Several covers feature artwork and stories related to the character of 'Senorita Scorpion.'
This collection contains 24 images, almost all of which are attributed to the photographer Dean Burch. Subjects include Native Americans of the Osage and Kiowa tribes dressed in traditional regalia and the Cherokee Strip Cowpunchers Association. Frank "Pistol Pete" Eaton is in several photographs.
This collection contains 50 postcards featuring images from the Ritzville Round-Up in Ritzville, Washington. Most of the images are by Ralph R. Doubleday.
The Arleen McHalley Collection of Arthur Silberman Native American Materials contains 349 stereographs and a selection of Native American-themed advertising and graphic materials.
This collection contains archival materials related to Native American art. Arthur and Shifra Silberman founded the Native American Painting Reference Library in 1975, to collect and preserve the history of Native American art, particularly the Kiowa Six. In addition to the extensive archival materials, there is also a significant collection of artwork and books.
This collection consists of Barbara Bockelman’s cowboy poetry, an unpublished manuscript titled “A Permanent Home,” and an assortment of articles.
The Beemer Photographs consists of three mounted photographs. One is a cattle branding scene and the others are homestead scenes.
These thirty-six photographs feature steer roping and rodeo cowboys, and most photos are dated around 1970. Many of the photographs have unidentified photographers, but the collection does include some photos by Ferrell Butler, DeVere Helfrich, and John Addison Stryker.
The Blucher Custom Boot Company Records contain 218 “Fitting Books” from 1915-1982 which were used to record customer transactions. Each custom order is detailed in the books and typically includes sketches of custom stitching and an outline of the customer’s feet.
The Photographs contain 12 mounted images of people and buildings associated with the Blue Bird Mine.
This small collection of rodeo photographs and postcards prominently features Bob Askin, a well-known and respected saddle bronc rider of the 1920s, who was inducted into the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’s Rodeo Hall of Fame in 1978.
Bud Barnett is a performing cowboy poet. The ten poems in this small collection are examples of his work.
The collection consists of personal photographs, clippings, papers, and a diary related to the Caldwell and Englert families.
The Carl Studer Rodeo Scrapbook and Ephemera Collection documents the Anvil Park and Amusement Company, Inc.’s business transactions and inquiries from 1927 to 1931, and contains rodeo advertising posters along with 5 scrapbooks of clippings ranging from 1921 – 1941.
Thurlo is a cowboy poet and songwriter from Kingston, Oklahoma. This small collection contains on publicity pamphlet, booklet, and compact disc (CD) promoting The Ranch Hand.
The Papers consist of rodeo programs, publications, newspaper clippings, and personal scrapbooks compiled by Carol Mowinkel throughout her life. The materials highlight the life and career of a 20th century woman in a traditionally man’s field.
This small collection of nine photographs depicts cowboy life on the Miller Brothers’ 101 Ranch during the 1890s.
The Channing Peake Letters to Joe De Yong contains letters from artist Channing Peake, sent primarily during his travels through Mexico from 1934 to 1935. Additionally, the collection contains photographs, sketches, and other materials that most likely accompanied the letters.
This collection is comprised of a single silver photograph of Cheyenne Chief Éše'he Ôhnéšesêstse (Ishaynishus, Two Moons).
The collection consists of one photograph of a chuck wagon.
The Claudio Janni Collection features the Sam Lucchese boot pattern book which is an exceptional work of art with pages of designs for boot covers and patterns. Accompanying the book are several photographs, advertising cards, two catalogs, and 35mm slides of boot designs.
This small collection contains one brochure advertising breeding stallion Corona Cartel.
Videocassettes of the television program Creative Crafts, produced by the Metropolitan Library System, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma between 1973 and 1991.