Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
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 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 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.
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.
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.
The Fay Ward Papers contain letters, photographs, publications, rodeo ephemera, and original drafts of Ward's manuscripts and articles, along with associated research materials.
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 Gene Lamb Rodeo Photographs is comprised of 251 rodeo photographs that include action shots and portraits of participants.
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.
This small collection contains 22 photographs, some of which have copy negatives available, and 6 photocopies of photographs. The majority of the photographs represent Hughie Long participating in various rodeo events. Jiggs Bailey is present in two of the photographs and several of the photographs are from the Chicago World’s Fair Rodeo.
This collection contains 89 photographs by Dudley Young and others of the Ada Fireman's Rodeo, parade, and festivities.
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 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.
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 1,532 rodeo photographs featuring contestants such as Casey Tibbs, Larry Mahan, Fox Hastings, Freckles Brown, and 310 other rodeo participants and animals.
This small collection contains four photographs and two copy negatives. All of the photographs represent Sam Garrett, mostly of him trick roping. Debbie Reynolds is represented in one autographed photograph.
The Papers contain original photographs, newspaper and magazine articles, and two date books owned by Ella Privett Linton with occasional entries about her daily activities while working for a circus. There are also copy photographs and negatives taken by Charlsie Poe, and the resulting books: World Champion Cowboy: Booger Red by Charlsie Poe and Texas Cowboys: Memories of the Early Days edited by Jim and Judy Lanning.
Former rodeo bull riding champion of the 1930s and 1940s Smokey Snyder collected a number of photographs that were also printed alongside feature stories about the Pendleton Round-Up in The Oregonian. These photographs, with their newspaper clipping bylines taped or glued on the reverse side, feature events of the round-up from 1937-1953.
The Troy Fort Collection consists of six photographs of Troy Fort, three of which show him calf roping in rodeos.