Chrisman Collection

Harry E. Chrisman, former Liberal author and historian, donated a large collection of his writings, photographs, and other items to Liberal Memorial Library for the purpose of research. This database searches the contents of the Chrisman Collection.


Call No: L4-Fb5

Description: letter about Pat and Mildred Chrisman

Date of origin:

Type: Letter

Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2″

Condition: Very Good


[letterhead] the World of Rodeo and Western Heritage P.O. Box 660 Billings, Montana 59103 . (406) 245-2313 [letter] Mark – Your pic and neg rec this AM give neg to mu Daughter who is into Photographer in school and she made me a pic. Thanks much ole Buddy – … Stay well kid and Minnie too. showing like hell and I’ll rush over and get this fine pic back on bedground. Adios R.r. [top, handwritten] Re. Pat Chrisman & Mildred (Douglas) Chrisman [bottom of letter] dedicated to the advancement of rodeo and preservation of western heritage [accompanying letter on same letterhead] Ore N. (Pat) Chrisman was born on his Fathers Homestead north of Gerinmo Okla. Terr. in 1890 … I have written Mildreds Bio for World of Rodeo. R.R.


Miscellaneous Info.:

Response to L3-F1a; letter to unknown person from unknown person; all typed except Re: at top of page; on business letterhead.

Other Info.:

Related to: L2-F1a (Letter about Mildred Douglas Chrisman), L3-F1a (Letter about Mildred Douglas Chrisman),

Subject: animal trainer, Bliss Oklahoma, cowboy Tom Mix California Mixville Studios, Great Plains Museum, Lawton Oklahoma, Mildred Chrisman, Miller Bros 101 Wild West, Oklahoma Great Plains Museum Smootsy, Oklahoma territory billy goats Vaudeville leopard, Ore N. (Pat) Chrisman, The World of Rodeo and Western Heritage, tight wire WOR (World of Rodeo),