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: NC6-F2f1

Description: Ridin’ the Range

Date of origin: April 27, 1975

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 5 x 13″

Condition: Good


The Sunday Denver Post April 27, 1975 24 * Ridin’ the Range Cowboy Ed: ‘No job for a kid’ with Red Fenwick…


Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in manila envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: C6-F2f1 (Book sales), D1-F2f1 (Tristate OLD-TIME cowboys memorial museum), D2-F2f1 (Letter addressed to Hello Tri-State Cowboy member:), D3-F2f1 (Letter addressed to Howdy Pardner:), D4-F2f1 (New members since August 1, 1967), D5-F2f1 (New members since August 1, 1967), D6-F2f1 (New members – Tri-State Old Time Cowboys Association), D7-F2f1 (New members – Tri-State Old Time Cowboys Association), D8-F2f1 (Gone to God’s Great Range), D9-F2f1 (Old Cowboy Ed Wright on horse), E5-F2f1 (Envelope from Ed Wright), E6-F2f1 (Envelope from Ed Wright to Chrisman), L10-F2f1 (Friend Harry: letter), L9-F2f1 (Ed Wright’s book), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: Billy Bran, Billy Killem, Cheyenne Frontier Days Wyoming State Fair, cowboys, Denver Post, Dick Hornbuckle rodeo, Douglas Wyoming, Duke Lee, Ed Wright, Gene Fowler, Gus Nylen, J.H. Strickland, National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City Oklahoma, Plano Illinois, Red Fenwick The Representative, T-Joe Cahill, Valley Center California,