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This collection contains one framed photograph of Major David McKee, the founder of the Anti-Horse Thief Association.
This collection includes a letter written regarding the bill H. R. 2725 and 114 pages with possibly printed proofs of the pages for Mustang: Wild Spirit of the West with photocopies of Robert Lougheed sketches and drawings.
The Mark Allen Collection contains photographs, film stills, and ephemera which document the film career of each cowboy (Hoot Gibson, William S. Hart, Buck Jones, Ken Maynard, Tim McCoy, and Tom Mix) from the first movie to the last of their careers. There are some photos of other popular western actors and actresses, plus postcards, prints, and arcade cards. An estimated 1,293 images are included.
This collection contains 28 Little Leather Library books of popular literature which were advertised during the 1920s, in addition to an 1898 Kendalls’ Perfected Receipt Book Illustrated for prescribing recipes for disease and illness, and an American Indian Intertribal Cookbook.
This collection documents Mary Logan Nolan’s time working as a laundress at Fort Yellowstone from 1912-1915.
This is a small collection of photographs portraying Jose Barrera ("Mexican Joe") and Pawnee Bill, one of which is hand-tinted and two of which are attached to a holiday card.
Johnson is a humorist, author and international motivational speaker, but also a former professional rodeo cowboy, a former university professor, and has worked in upper level management in industry. This small collection includes a publicity packet.
The Monte Reger Rodeo Papers features negatives, photographs, and transparencies documenting Monte Reger’s rodeo entertainment career. There are also advertisements for the Doby Springs Rodeo, and Reger’s act with his bull Bobby.
The Mrs. Charles C. Mayberry Collection consists of correspondence written in Cherokee from various locations in the Oklahoma Indian Territory to Claremore. Nearly all letters are addressed to Dave Hendricks and postmarked between 1899-1901. It is possible most of the letters are written by Richard Wilkerson, a son-in-law to David Hendricks.
This small collection includes several poems by Neal Torrey, a cowboy poet born in Missouri but raised in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
This small collection contains eighteen (18) photographs, with the majority being cabinet cards. There is also one tintype.
This small collection contains sixteen (16) portrait photographs from the late 1800s. The majority of the images are cabinet cards, but there is also a cased tintype.
This small collection contains one cabinet card of Annie Oakley.
This small collection includes two brand books and several photographs of Ora V. Long, who worked for the Stockman’s Association for a few years in the early twentieth century.
This small collection contains one (1) undated catalog from the Otto F. Ernst, Inc. saddlery company.
This small collection is made up of 12 photographs, a handbill, and a piece of letterhead for Otto Gray’s Oklahoma Cowboys Band. Most of the images are publicity shots between 1926 and 1930.
This collection contains one (1) 1978 "Outlaw" Atari 2600 game cartridge with original instruction booklet and box.
The Philip I. Earl Collection consists of one photographic postcard by DeVere Helfrich of Slim Pickens as a rodeo clown and Zeke Bowery at Red Blutt, 1948.
This collection contains one photographic postcard attributed to George Parsons of Osage Governor James Bigheart, Pun-Kah-Wi-Tah-Am-Kah.
The Pikes Peaks or Bust Rodeo Programs collection contains programs, daily sheets, and newspapers pertaining to the Pikes Peak or Bust Annual Rodeo in Colorado Springs, Colorado, from 1948-1990, excluding 1989.
The scrapbook contains many photographs and newspaper clippings spanning Burson’s career as a trick rider and Hollywood stunt woman.
The Quarter Circle Ranch Photographs document ranch life, rodeos, and local wildlife at the Quarter Circle Ranch in 1928. It is comprised of 284 photographs and negatives.
This collection contains 4,003 photographs taken by rodeo photographer Ralph R. Doubleday.