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This small collection contains photographs of Cuba Crutchfield performing trick roping skills, programs from his early stage performances, and two certificates of land allotments for property near Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Known to radio listeners as Nevada Slim, singer, yodeler, and guitarist Dallas Turner is a native of Yakima, Washington. This small collection has publicity materials.
The Dan Flynn "Gunsmoke" Collection contains "Gunsmoke" scripts written by executive story consultant Jack Miller, "Gunsmoke" publicity materials, photographs and slides. Three "Bonanza" scripts written by Miller are also included.
This small collection contains materials related to Ada De Yong's pool hall in Choteau, Montana. Ada De Yong was the father of Western artist Joe De Yong.
This small collection contains 28 stock certificates from gold and silver mining companies between 1878 and 1927.
This small collection features several portrait proofs of Donald Nesbitt by Distinctive Portraiture of Denver, Colorado. Nesbitt was a well-known rodeo contestant in five of the major rodeo events and was one of the first rodeo honorees to be inducted in the Rodeo Hall of Fame, in 1955.
The Dwight M. Cleveland Silent Western Lobby Cards contains almost 3,000 lobby cards primarily from the silent film era.
This collection contains materials related to Oklahoma State University forgiving the class absences that occurred when the first rodeo team at OSU skipped class to participate in a 1948 rodeo.
This collection contains the diary of Emma A. Keeler, who was a teacher at Pawhuska Oklahoma Indian School.
The Fay Ward Papers contain letters, photographs, publications, rodeo ephemera, and original drafts of Ward's manuscripts and articles, along with associated research materials.
Jowers is a singer and songwriter of cowboy music and is known for his “Texas Cowboy approach” to music. This small collection contains publicity materials.
Frank Erfurth’s small collection of postcards depicts events of the Whitman Mission Massacre of 1847 in Oregon Territory.
This collection includes six photographic postcards, most by Ralph R. Doubleday, of rodeo contestants such as Leonard Womack, Charlie Johnson, Lee Robinson, Frank Smith, and J. W. Harris.
Fred Alvord was once rodeo secretary, director, and champion cowboy. This collection from his son includes several photographs and postcards featuring well-known rodeo personalities.
This small collection consists of five photographs featuring Ed Wright, Perry Ivory, and other rodeo contestants at the Mother Lode Round-Up in Sonora, California, circa 1932.
The G. Clifton Wisler Papers include manuscripts for 56 of his writings which include multiple drafts for certain titles. Documents also include correspondence to publishers, and research notes. Boxes 1 through part of 11 are manuscripts in Wisler’s original order. The last part of box 11 through 14 are research files.
This collection consists of one publicity photograph of Gene Autry.
The Gene Lamb Rodeo Photographs is comprised of 251 rodeo photographs that include action shots and portraits of participants.
Photographs from the studio of Texas and Oklahoma Territory photographer George A. Addison, consisting primarily of portraits of American Indians from the Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory area. Notable persons pictured in the collection include Geronimo and Quanah Parker. Images of Native American lifeways and material culture and a small number of photographs documenting white settler life at the end of the 19th century are also included.
The collection features five photographs of cowboys leading cattle and horse drives across the range.
This small collection contains one (1) catalog by Hamley & Company, Pendleton, Oregon.
This small collection features two articles by Hank Elling about cowboys and roundups. Hank Elling is a cowboy singer and musician from Lawton, Oklahoma.
The Harry Taylor Collection contains rodeo programs and ephemera from the Cheyenne Frontier Days. The contents of this collection have been incorporated into the Rodeo Programs.
- Photographs 52
- Rodeo 32
- Cowboys 12
- Poetry -- Cowboy 12
- Correspondence 11
- Portrait photographs 11
- Actors -- United States 10
- Native Americans 9
- Postcards 9
- Cowboys -- Poetry 8
- Poetry 8
- Saddle bronc riding 8
- Artists -- United States 7
- Bull riding 6
- Calf roping 6
- Films -- Western 6
- Trick riding 6
- Advertising 5
- Cowgirls 5
- Group portraits 5 + ∧ less
- English 154
- Cherokee 1
- Doubleday, Ralph R. (Ralph Russell), 1881-1958 8
- Mix, Tom, 1880-1940 7
- Hastings, Fox, 1882-1948 6
- Pawnee Bill (Gordon William Lillie), 1860-1942 6
- Rogers, Will, 1879-1935 6
- Wayne, John, 1907-1979 6
- De Yong, Joe (Joseph Franklin de Yong), 1894-1975 5
- Gibson, Hoot (Edmund Richard Gibson), 1892-1962 5
- Kirnan, Bea 5
- Mulhall, Lucille, 1885-1940 5
- Rogers, Roy, 1911-1998 5
- Autry, Gene, 1907-1998 4
- Cooper, Gary, 1901-1961 4
- Geronimo, 1829-1909 4
- Hastings, Mike, 1891-1965 4
- Huskey, Lynn 4
- Miller, Joseph Carson, 1868-1927 4
- Murray, Leo, 1902-1980 4
- Roach, Ruth Scantlin, 1896-1986 4
- Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919 4 + ∧ less