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.

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Call No: A1-F2f5

Description: Cassette tape Hysteria Haven

Date of origin: 5/16/1974

Type: Audio

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

“Harry & Cathy & Pauline Hodges, lecturing on writing books to High School classes of Castle Rock, Colorado 5-16-1974. Discussion on books 50 years on the Owl Hoot Trail, Lost Trails of the Cimarron and Cathys books [ms] Hysteria Haven.”

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Blue cassette tape with cardboard description in plastic box. On tape is “To #175 Cathy on her book “Hysteria Haven” and Harry on Printing etc.” Made CD-R copy.

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Related to: L1-F1a (Letter from Jean E. Jeffrey to Harry and Cathy), P1-F1a (Jean E. Jeffrey picture),

Subject: Castle Rock, Catherine Chrisman, Colorado High School, Harry Chrisman, Lecture, Lost Trails of the Cimarron, Pauline Hodges teacher,

Call No: C1-A3nd

Description: Sketches of bank building

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 5 1/2 x 9″

Condition: Good

Content:

[1st page] Gene Groves’ brother (Frances) lives down near [Floris], Okla has many “old” pictures; Lee Larrabee and Con Jackson branding (Lee with iron) on the Forbes Ranch Cimarron River. Original Pix owned by Mrs. Frank Stefan 711 N. Grant Liberal. Sketch of building with hog in street. Says Hog in street, Bank bldg at Arkalon. [2nd page] Sketch of W.C. Stout Store. Has windmill in left corner. south (circled) east (circled) Says W.C. Stout Store at Arkalon showing the south and east view. (line seperating text) another sketch Says W.C. Stout store at Arklon showing the north view.

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Related to: P126-D1a3 (Two cowboys branding a cow),

Subject: Arkalon, bank, Store, W. C. Stout,

Call No: C10-F2a1

Description: Label from picture of Tom Horn’s Jury

Date of origin: 1880-1900

Type: Comments

Size: 5 x 3″

Condition: Good

Content:

A rare photo of the jury that convicted Tom Horn of the murder of Willie Nickell and brought about Horn’s execution by hanging. (Photo courtesy of of the late Tom Babbitt, member of the jury, third from left, front row, through his son, Willis R. Babbitt.)

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Typed comment card from back of photograph P221.

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Related to: P218-F2b1 (Mr. Babbitts and family), P219-F2i (Photo of school-age children), P220-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral), P221-F2a1 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming), P221-F2a1C2 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: Cheyenne, Cheyenne Wyoming, jury, Tom Babbitt, Tom Horn, Wyoming,

Call No: C11-H1c

Description: Caption to May Jackson Grave

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 5 1/2 x 5 1/4″

Condition: Good

Content:

The new gravestone erected over May Jackson’s grave in the Liberal, Kansas, cemetery by popular subscription of the people of the area. No gift was allowed to exceed 25¢ Sonny Jones, local memorial supplier, supervised the design and placement. Photo by Joe Cannon.

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Related to: P225-H1c (May Jackson – gravestone), P226-F1a (Photo of May Jackson), P227-F1b (Ed A. Woeckener),

Subject: cemetery, Ed A. Woeckener, Grave, May Jackson,

Call No: C12-F1a

Description: Caption to photo of May Jackson

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 3 3/4 x 2″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Above, May Jackson, 18, who took her life over the love of her circus bandmaster sweetheart. Below, the gravestone erected by the citizens of Liberal, Kansas, in the Liberal cemetery where she is buried.

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Caption to photo P226-F1a

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Related to: P225-H1c (May Jackson – gravestone), P226-F1a (Photo of May Jackson), P227-F1b (Ed A. Woeckener),

Subject: May Jackson,

Call No: C13-F1b

Description: Caption from photo of Ed A. Woeckener

Date of origin: 1915

Type: Comments

Size: 4 3/8 x 2 3/8

Condition: Good

Content:

Eddie Woeckener, one of America’s leading Circus Bandmasters, from 1913 to 1950, who met with tragedy when his sweetheart, May Jackson, took her life in a fit of jealousy in October, 1915, while the circus played at Liberal. Photo courtesy Ed A. Woeckener

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Caption to photo P227-F1b

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Related to: P225-H1c (May Jackson – gravestone), P226-F1a (Photo of May Jackson), P227-F1b (Ed A. Woeckener),

Subject: Ed A. Woeckener,

Call No: C14-A3j

Description: Caption to P229-A3j

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 5 1/2 x 2″

Condition: Good

Content:

In addition to constructing more than 100 new homes during his association with Griffith & Baughman in Liberal, Charles E. Hancock built many such sheds and barns as shown in this photo of C.M. Waters’ Star Livery Barn. Waters also operated the Oklahoma Wagon & Feed Yard in Liberal, 1913 to 1920, in south Liberal. Photo courtesy Burris Wright.

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Related to: P229-A3j (C.M. Waters Livery and Barn),

Subject: C.M. Waters, Charles E. Hancock, feed barn, livery,

Call No: C15-A5g2

Description: Spanish Mission Yield Treasure?

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 8 1/2 x 5 1/2″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Old Spanish Missions, now in ruins, are believed by many Th’ers to retain the secret of their buried treasurers. The Gran Quivera Treasure has never yet been found. And a trip to Pecos Ruins, in New Mexico, is an experience one will never forget, a serendipitious pleasure whether one finds treasure or not. Pecos Mission photo above by author.

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Caption to photo P231-A5g2

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Related to: P231-A5g2 (Pecos Mission), P203-A2b11 (Tepee in front of houses),

Subject: mission,

Call No: C16

Description: Comments with 6 small pictures

Date of origin: 1942-1945

Type: Comments

Size:

Condition: Fair

Content:

Top – Gertrude [Wermingberg or Wernerrigberg]; Rose Aisenberg; front [Doralar or Dorothy] White R.G. Randolph Scott – I knew his sister who was a WAC Cpl/Lieberman was one of my good “Panelists”‘ not in this photo.
*Winchester – at left
*____________________
*me (Harry) middle –
*____________________
*____________from MPs
Harry E. Chrisman
orientation group –
Harry was one of leaders

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This piece of cardboard was with a thin piece of cardboard that had 6 small pictures that were taped to it. All but one picture has been cropped.

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Related to: C17 (Comment attached to 6 photos of people), P544-F1a (Rose Aisenberg), P545-F2a (Military group), P546-F2a1 (Five men sitting at a table), P547-F2a2 (Military women), P548-F2a2 (Military women), P549-F2a2 (Military women),

Subject: Harry E. Chrisman, Lieberman, Military, MP’s, Orientation group, Rose Aisenberg, Scott, WAC, White, Winchester,

Call No: C17

Description: Comment attached to 6 photos of people

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

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Condition: Poor

Content:

[enclosed in grey circle] album prints [lower, beside characture of soldier with drum] “Better Pictures for Less Money” [in pencil above quote, spelling questionable] Sawlay

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There were 6 small photos taped to this. Also had another piece of thick cardboard with writing on it attached.

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Related to: C16 (Comments with 6 small pictures), P544-F1a (Rose Aisenberg), P545-F2a (Military group), P546-F2a1 (Five men sitting at a table), P547-F2a2 (Military women), P548-F2a2 (Military women), P549-F2a2 (Military women),

Subject: Men, people, Sawlay, women,

Call No: C18

Description: Advertising copy paper

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size:

Condition: Fair

Content:

On back: Plastics
*Larabee Home (on move-Pic by Joe Cannon)
*Palo Duro Red Rock
*Green Stone House
*
On front: Southwest Daily Times – Advertising Copy Paper; One Column, Two Columns, Three Columns, Four Columns, Five Columns; One Column, Two Columns, Three Columns, Four Columns, Five Columns, Six Columns, Seven Columns, Eight Columns; 1 inch, 2 inches, 3 inches, 4 inches, 5 inches, 6 inches, 7 inches, 8 inches, 9 inches, 10 inches, 11 inches, 12 inches, 13 inches, 14 inches, 15 inches.

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This paper had 4 plastic negatives in it.

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Related to: N215-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N216-A2b11 (Green Stone house), N217-A2a3 (Larrabee home), N218-A5a (Map of Oklahoma – hand drawn),

Subject: Advertising copy paper, Green Stone house, Larrabee home, Palo Duro, Plastics, Red Rock, Southwest Daily Times,

Call No: C19

Description: Yellow paper

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 3 x 4 5/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Front: TRIM OFF FRAME OF PICTURE (underlined) Enlarge to 4 1/4″ X 5 3/4″
Back: 142 1/2

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Yellow paper was with another piece of yellow paper and a negative.

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Related to: C20 (Yellow paper), N126-B1b (Train crossing the plains), P525-B1b (Train crossing the plains),

Subject: Comment, Enlarge, Picture,

Call No: C2-J2

Description: A Rancher’s treasure find

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2″

Condition: Good

Content:

A Ranchers Treasure Find – T.J. McMillan, Milburn, Nebraska rancher, while digging post holes near an old corral, unearthed the heart-shaped branding iron shown above, hanging on the old log cabin wall. The corral had been used many years before on the Rankin Ranch for branding horses. The old iron proved to be the Heart Brand of the famous Olive Brothers, who had ranched in that area in 1877. The iron had been buried for 80 years. The author offered McMillan $100.00 for his relic but hte rancher would not sell. Photo by author. (sentence underlined)

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Has picture with it.

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Related to: P127-J2 (Heart branding iron),

Subject: 1877, Branding iron, corral, heart brand relics, log cabin, Milburn, Milburn Nebraska, Olive Brothers, ranchers, Rankin Ranch, T.J. McMillan,

Call No: C20

Description: Yellow paper

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 5 1/2 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Front: Has one smaller rectangle inside a larger one. There is a diagnal line through the paper; Enlarge to 4 1/4″ X 5 3/4″
(underlined)

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Comment is on yellow paper.

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Related to: C19 (Yellow paper), N126-B1b (Train crossing the plains), P525-B1b (Train crossing the plains),

Subject: Comment, Enlarge, Picture, Yellow paper,

Call No: C3-A5a

Description: Death Valley Treasures

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2″

Condition: Good

Content:

Death Valley Treasures – The real treasures to be found in Death Valley today by a thirsty tourist or TH’er is a drink of cool water at the hospitable Furnace Creek Ranch. The “treasures” that Death Valley Scotty found somewhere in the vicinity have never been located again. Most folks believe that Scotty’s eastern friend supplied the money that built the fabulous desert (word crossed out, with arc under and above) retreat of the old desert rat. The author is shown before the ranch buildings as he crossed the valley last summer. Photo by author. (sentence underlined)

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Picture goes with it.

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Related to: P128-A5a (Furnace Creek Ranch),

Subject: Death Valley, Furnace Creek Ranch, Harry E. Chrisman, ranches,

Call No: C4-D1a2

Description: Descriptions of three pictures

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 7 x 8″

Condition: Good

Content:

Pic # 1 “Good neighbors help out at “Round Up Time” shown left to right are Dean Shade, Bob Mapes, Mac Johnson, Duncan Major, Clyde Taft, Bill Baker, Mrs. Duncan Major, Malcom Major and Jim Cooper —- and all in LEVI’S! This picture is missing so far. (highlighted in yellow) Pic # 2 Left to right: Clyde Taft, Ethel Major and her (word crossed out with arcs above and below) husband Duncan Major take their seats in the buffalo grass for a noon lunch close by the chuckwagon. Pic #3 Ethel Major does a little old-fashioned wash-up before noon-day lunch on the round-up. These three photos courtesy of Lucille Crish, The Huerfans World. (sentence underlined)Walsenburg, Colorado. Return to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215

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Related to: P130-D1a2 (Lady washing up), P129-D1a2 (Lunch on a Roundup),

Subject: Bill Baker, Bob Mapes, buffalo grass, chuckwagon, Clyde Taft, Dean Shade, Duncan Major, Ethel Major, Jim Cooper, Lucille Crish, Mac Johnson, Malcom Major, pictures, Round up time,

Call No: C5-A5a

Description: Map description by Irvin Green

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 2 1/2 x 5

Condition: Fair

Content:

[front] no 1 turned back; The above map was sketched by Irvin Green, now 81 years old, old “No Man’s Land” cowboy, to show the position of his father’s ranch house on the Palo Duro Creek. The old and mysterious Red Rock of the Palo Duro is shown, northwest of the Green ranch home. The small map (inset_ may help to locate the area on the Oklahoma panhandle state map. Mr. Green lives at Lisle, Illinois today.

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Related to: E2-A5a (Photo envelope green and white), M1-A5a (Map of Oklahoma – hand drawn), P131-A5a (Window),

Subject: cowboy, Irvin Green, Lisle, Lisle Illinois, No Man’s Land, Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro Creek, Ranch house, Red Rock,

Call No: C6-F2f1

Description: Book sales

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 3 3/4 x 4″

Condition: Good

Content:

Book sales Ed Wright’s books; 3 (circled) Books (see Sale Book 10-5-71 + 1 later (circled); Pd Ed $6.00 on 12-21-71; 2 (circled) Books (6-22-72) (at Sheridan gifts) Paid Ed $10.00 on 6-30-72; Pd Virginia 12.00 – Oct 1975 to clean up acct after Ed’s Death. Ed died March 31, 1975 at Valley Center, Cal.

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Was in a manila envelope.

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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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, Ed Wright, March 31 1975, Sheridan gifts, Valley Center California, Virginia,

Call No: C7-F1b

Description: Carl Smith obituary comment

Date of origin: 02/26/1976

Type: Comments

Size: 4 x 6″

Condition: Good

Content:

obituary 2-26-76 Carl Smith (age 117) of Seattle, Wash., was a rider at one time for Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show and Pawnee Bill Wild West Show. Not photo available and just brief editorial in local paper from ass. press. Denver Post might have picked this up on their ass. press wire. Probably the last one of the old show group to die. Walt Thayer

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hand-written note on white paper; ink is mostly blue; it’s black where the author wrote over words. Looks like it was folded in half at some time. (This was found with Smith Ranch negatives.)

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Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), NC8-F1b (Carl Smith Obituary), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: Associated Press, Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, Carl Smith, Denver Post, Pawnee Bill Wild West Show, Seattle Washington, Walt Thayer,

Call No: C8-E1c

Description: From Thursday, October 24 Guymon Herald

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2″

Condition: Good

Content:

[stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS [attached copy] From Thurs., Oct., 24 Guymon Herald (newspaper name underlined) — Quoted from Liberal News (newspaper name underlined) [headline] FIRST AEROPLANE FLIGHT IN LIBERAL, OCT. 13, 1912 [paragraph] The plane spent some time in the air and reached an elevation of six hundred feet and sailed around the fairground for several minutes during the two flights. The first flight, however, came near being a fatal one. The plane ran down the center of the race track before take-off. As it left the ground, tumble weeds on the track clung to the steering gear beneath the plane. When the plane reached an elevation of about 200 feet the operator found he could not steer the plane properly. The plane dipped recklessly and threatened, ast he editor of the Liberal News (newspaper name underlined) told to, “turn turtle.” The aviator managed to make a safe landing after banking precariously for his return to the landing field. “Those weeds made that sharp turn, not I,” he told the spectators. “You folks saw the sharpest turn made that can be made in an aeroplane and not spill the operator out onto the ground!” The spectators who failed to hear the pilot’s words after the spectacular event never knew but what it was all a part of the show.

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Is a typed comment from Chrisman

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Related to: P204-E1c (Airplane going up),

Subject: Aeroplane flight, aeroplanes, airplanes, fairgrounds, Guymon Herald, Liberal Kansas, Liberal News, Oct 13 1912,

Call No: C9-H1d1

Description: Allen Nichols, Th’er at work

Date of origin:

Type: Comments

Size: 3 1/8 x 7″

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Allen Nichols, Th’er at Work Allen Nichols tests the area at Old Fargo Springs, Kansas, and finds that the old ghost town set xxxxxxx some distance away from the large brick schoolbuilding which is generally associated as the old townsite today. Nichols is using modern detection equipment to locate the sand-choked, grass-covered cellers to the old homes. The Cimarron River flows just a few rods to the south. Photo by author. (sentence underlined)

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Comment was with 2 pictures of Allen Nichols.

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Related to: P216-H1d1 (Allen Nichols with metal detector close up), P217-H1d1 (Man with metal detector far away), P215-A5a (Man with a metal detector),

Subject: Allen Nichols, Cimarron River, Fargo Springs, ghost town, Kansas, Metal detector, root cellers, school,

Call No: D1-F2f1

Description: Tristate OLD-TIME cowboys memorial museum

Date of origin:

Type: Document

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Condition: Good

Content:

Tri-State Old-Time: Cowboys Memorial Museum, Inc. — New Members — names listed – B – through -T- and 1 -y-.

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Total of 8 pages. Was in manila envelope.

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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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, Nebraska, new members, Old-time Cowboys Memorial Museum, South Dakota, Tri-State, Wyoming,

Call No: D10-F1b

Description: Sam Robinson

Date of origin:

Type: Document

Size: 4 1/2 x 5 1/4″

Condition: Good

Content:

[front of picture] Sam Robinson; 2 1/2 x 3 1/4″; Replace P-207 Rainey’s No Mans Land [back] Feet of his wife who, … (text from a book) [note] Copy E-2; Sam Robinson, the murdering marshal of Hugoton, Kansas. Robinson was chiefly responsible for the murders of the four men at Wild Horse Lake in No Man’s Land, July 25, 1888. Photo courtesy No Man’s Land, by George Rainey, Enid, 1937.

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Subject: “No Man’s Land” (book), George Rainey, Hugoton Kansas, July 25 1888, marshal, Sam Robinson, Wild Horse Lake,

Call No: D11-

Description: Letter of Dodge City Fires

Date of origin: 1886

Type: Document

Size: 5.5 x 8.5″

Condition: Good

Content:

Dodge City Aug 26, 1886 At 4 am fire broke out-destroyed half dozen structures in Dodge house block-between Bank of Dodge City and Hoover’s brick block. Destroyed were [Stuterants] Drug Store, Hart & Haynes Saloon, Lilghman & Co. audition house- and made “a clean sweep of the end of the old rookeries between the Bank of D.C. and Hoovers brick block. Loss $20000. partly covered by insurance

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Subject: Dodge City Fires,

Call No: D12-

Description: Ox Stocks

Date of origin:

Type: Document

Size: 6 x 7″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Ox shoeing stall. Origin of this old photo is unknown. It was furnished by Roy Rodgers of McAlester, Oklahoma who says it was in his mother’s bible. Clearly shown is a method of constructing a stall used to restrain oxen while shoeing them. Note legs stretched, spent ox shoes in foreground, stone wall at right and wooden shoes worn by workmen. “One picture is worth a thousand words’ isn’t it?

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Label with document is for: Col. Arthur Williams 6 Keeney Sreet Warsaw, New York 14569

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Subject: Ox,

Call No: D13-

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Call No: D14-F1c

Description: Irvin Green

Date of origin: May 10, 1959

Type: Document

Size: 7 1/4 x 10 1/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] This picture was made of me when I was about 4 years old. The clipping was one given to me by my father — Mama kept it all these years. I thought you would like to have it. Dad Love to all on Mother’s Day. Irvin Green May, 10, 1959.
[poem] FATHER TO SON The times have proved my judgment bad, I’ve followed foolish hopes in vain, And as you look upon your dad You see him commonplace and plain, No brilliant wisdom I enjoy; The jests I tell have grown to bore you, ‘Twas I who chose your mother for you! Against the blunders I have made And all the things I’ve failed to do, The weaknesses which I’ve displayed, This fact remains forever true; This to my credit still must stay And don’t forget it, I implore you; Whatever else you think or say; ‘Twas I who chose your mother for you! Chuckle at times behind my back About the ties and hats I wear. Sound judgment I am known to lack. Smile at the ancient views I air. Say if you will I’m often wrong, But with my faults strewn out before you, Remember this your whole life long; ‘Twas I who chose your mother for you! Your life from babyhood to now Has known the sweetness of her care; Her tender hand has soothed your brow; Her love gone with you everywhere. Through every day and every night You’ve had an angel to adore you. So bear in mind I once was right: ‘Twas I who chose your mother for you! Copyright, 1934, by Edgar A. Guest

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Document is cardboard stock. It has a photo of a child standing next to a big branch with a statue on it. Child is holding statue on the branch. Statue is white. Next to the photo is a poem titled, “Father to Son” On the bottom of page is a salutation from Irvin Green.

Other Info.: Plastic sleeve has a notation 56-61 p 25 Envelope

Related to: P355-F1b (J. S. Green), P356-F1a (Mrs. J. S. Green),

Subject: Edgar A. Guest, Envelope, Father, Father To Son, Irvin Green, Mother’s Day, Poem, Scrapbook, Son,

Call No: D2-F2f1

Description: Letter addressed to Hello Tri-State Cowboy member:

Date of origin: May 1, 1969

Type: Document

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Condition: Good

Content:

Hello Tri-State Cowboy Member: Did you know that you have over 1,300 pardners in this outfit? …. [copy of document attached]

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Total of 8 pages. Was in manila envelope.

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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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: Chadron Nebraska, cowboys, Frank O’Rourke, Nebraska, Old-Time Cowboys Memorial Museum Inc., South Dakota, Tri-State, Wyoming,

Call No: D3-F2f1

Description: Letter addressed to Howdy Pardner:

Date of origin: May 9, 1968

Type: Document

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

Howdy Pardner: Our Board of Directors met at Gordon on April 20th and voted: … [copy of document attached]

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Total of 8 pages. 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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: Chadron Nebraska, cowboys, Frank O’Rourke, Nebraska, Old-Time Cowboys Memorial Museum Inc., South Dakota, Tri-State, Wyoming,

Call No: D4-F2f1

Description: New members since August 1, 1967

Date of origin:

Type: Document

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

Tri-State Old-Time Cowboys Memorial Museum, Inc. New members since August 1, 1967. Names from A through Kime. [copy of document attached]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Total 8 pages. 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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, members, Nebraska, Old-Time Cowboys Memorial Museum Inc., South Dakota, Tri-State, Wyoming,

Call No: D5-F2f1

Description: New members since August 1, 1967

Date of origin:

Type: Document

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

New members since August 1, 1967 List of names from Kime to Young. [copy of document attached)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Total of 8 pages. Was in a 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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, members, Nebraska, Old-Time Cowboys Memorial Museum Inc., South Dakota, Tri-State, Wyoming,

Call No: D6-F2f1

Description: New members – Tri-State Old Time Cowboys Association

Date of origin:

Type: Document

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

New members – Tri-State Old Time Cowboys Association names from Adam through Lemmon. Has 2 on top. [copy attached]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Total of 8 pages. 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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, Nebraska, South Dakota, Tri-State Old Time Cowboys Association, Wyoming,

Call No: D7-F2f1

Description: New members – Tri-State Old Time Cowboys Association

Date of origin:

Type: Document

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

New members – Tri state Old Time Cowboys Association. [copy of document attached)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Total of 8 pages. Was in a 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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, members, Nebraska, South Dakota, Tri-State Old Time Cowboys Association, Wyoming,

Call No: D8-F2f1

Description: Gone to God’s Great Range

Date of origin:

Type: Document

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

Tri-State Old-Time Cowboys Memorial Museum, Inc. Nebraska – Wyoming – South Dakota; Gone to God’s Great Range; names start Barnes through Wright. [copy of document attached]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in a manila envelope. Total of 8 pages.

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), D9-F2f1 (Old Cowboy Ed Wright on horse), E5-F2f1 (Envelope from Ed Wright), L10-F2f1 (Friend Harry: letter), L9-F2f1 (Ed Wright’s book), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, Nebraska, Old-Time Cowboys Memorial Museum Inc., South Dakota, Tri-State, Wyoming,

Call No: D9-F2f1

Description: Old Cowboy Ed Wright on horse

Date of origin:

Type: Document

Size: 5 1/4 x 8″

Condition: Good

Content:

about the author Ed Wright in my opinion … [copy of document attached]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Has picture of Ed Wright on a horse. It was from a book dust jacket. Was in manila envelope. There are three of these.

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), E5-F2f1 (Envelope from Ed Wright), E6-F2f1 (Envelope from Ed Wright to Chrisman), L10-F2f1 (Friend Harry: letter), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: All-Round Wold Championship Plano Illinois, Barnum and Bailey Circus, Cheyenne Frontier Days, cowboys, Denver Post, Duarte California, Ed Wright, Gene Fowler, horse trainer, pardners, Plano Illinois, Red Fenwick, rodeo clown, T-Joe Cahill, Wyoming buckaroo,

Call No: E1-E1a4

Description: Envelope holding rodeo picture by Doubleday

Date of origin: 1971 (pics were 1922)

Type: Envelope

Size: 4 5/8 x 6 7/8″

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Market Basket Photo Co. P.O. Box 2830 San Diego, California 92112 Third Class (crossed out) First Class 17 Rodeo Pix(& negatives) by Doubleday Scottsbluff, Nebr., Legion Rodeo July 4-5-6, 1922 Name – Harry E. Chrisman Address Denver, Colo. 80215 [postage stamp] San Diego Calif May 10 ’71 U.S. Postage .36 T-N Meter 610879

Provenance: private collection – Doubleday

Miscellaneous Info.:

Manila envelope shipped to Harry Chrisman from Market Basket Photo Co. Written in red – rodeo Pix and in pen Scottsbluff, Neb. Back of envelope has brown tape – top tape torn.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Denver Colorado, Doubleday, Harry E. Chrisman, Legion Rodeo, manila envelope, Market Basket Photo Co., rodeo negatives, rodeo pictures, San Diego California, Scottsbluff Nebraksa,

Call No: E10-

Description: Southwest Daily Times Kansas Centennial Envelope

Date of origin: 1961

Type: Envelope

Size: 4.25 x 9.5″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Fargo Springs, Kansas Old school house photo of 1910 by Bob Evans Ruins of old school photo by Meidensand circa 1925-30. The Southwest Daily Times P.O. Box 939 Liberal, Kansas Midway USA Lieral, International Pancake Race City. (various text)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Multi-colored envelope very interesting to look at.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Centennial of Kansas, Kansas Centennial, Southwest Daily Times,

Call No: E11-

Description: Hitch Ranch negative envelope

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 4.25 x 9.5″

Condition: Good

Content:

{Return address on envelope} Southwest daily Times Post Office Box 889 Liberal, Kansas Harry E. Chrisman; {hand writing} Hitch Ranch Negatives & Pala Dura

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: hitch ranch negatives, Southwest Daily Times,

Call No: E12-

Description: Envelope that contains photographs: Longhorn cattle

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 6 x 9″

Condition: Good

Content:

(Several bulleted points) Longhorn Cattle, Fort Dodge- Fort hays Trail; Montana-Wyo Cowboys; “Doc” Hagadone – (Sy’s brother and friends); longhorn cow; (Fort Griffin – photo by HEC) Longhorn Cattle negs

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Fort Dodge, Fort Griffin, fort hays, longhorn cattle,

Call No: E13-

Description: Burris Wright Photo envelope

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 6.5 x 9.5″

Condition: Good

Content:

The Roundup 2920 E. Mabel Tucson, Arizona; Alex Faltz; Burris Wright Photo by HEC; Return to Harry Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas; Photo given me by Al and Ida {last name not readable} ; Not this one. Frank Locke, Lora Locke Hotel Dodge City (is in read with pencil crossing it out)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Burris Wright, Dodge City Kansas, The Roundup, Tucson Arizona,

Call No: E14

Description: Manila envelope with Chrisman’s articles from the Southwest Daily Times

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

HEC’s SWDaily Times articles

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

contains several clippings from the Southwest Daily Times in Liberal, KS

Other Info.:

Related to: N158-A3f (Engraving of the Windsor Hotel at Springfield, Kansas, on negative film),

Subject: Envelope, Harry E. Chrisman, Southwest Daily Times articles,

Call No: E15

Description: Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168

Date of origin: April 25, 1961

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

Customer’s Name: Harry E. Chrisman; Address: Times [other ink] Dead Coyotes on Fence; Size of Films: 120; No. of Prints Each Neg: 1; Special Instructions: Joseph Smalley – Rock Island super pix; Number of Prints: 10; Total Price: 105. [date stamp] Received Apr 25 5 56 AM ’61; Southwest Photo Supply, Inc., 8 South Kansas, Liberal, Kansas; No. 338

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo envelope which contained several negatives. The photos were ordered by Harry Chrisman, and had date of processing.

Other Info.:

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N159-H1h (Memorial marker for Joseph B. Smalley), N160-H1h (Memorial marker for Joseph B. Smalley), N161-H1h (Rock etched with “David Strellner 1882”), N162-F1b (Man — possibly Harry Chrisman — standing on top of etched rock), N163-A3b1 (Rock Island Depot or other railway building), N164-A6 (Electric box outside of a Rock Island Depot or other building), N165-H1g (Empty pasture or plains with the sky overhead), N166-H1g (Empty pasture or plains with sky overhead), N167-H1f (Fence line hung with dead coyotes), N168 (Fence line with dead coyotes hung on it),

Subject: coyotes, Harry E. Chrisman, Joseph Smalley, Liberal Kansas, photo envelope, Rock Island, Southwest Daily Times, Southwest Photo Supply Inc.,

Call No: E16

Description: Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

Irvin Green Home on Palo Duro/ [bullet] Red Rock [bullet] Rock Home [bullet] Scenes on Palo Duro/ Negatives

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Envelope attached to several negatives indicating the subjects on the negatives.

Other Info.:

Related to: N169-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N170-H1f (Rock at Palo Duro), N171-B2a (Wooden wagon wheels), N172-B2a (Wooden wagon wheels), N173-A2b11 (Woman stands in front of the Irvin Green rock home on Palo Duro), N176-A2b11 (Harry Chrisman stands in front of Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro), N177-A2b11 (Looking out the window of the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro), N178-A2b11 (Scenes from Palo Duro), N179-A2b11 (Scenes from Palo Duro), N180-H1f (Rock at Palo Duro), N181-H1f (Red Rock at Palo Duro), N182-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N183-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N184-F2f8 (Woman sitting at a desk in an office; an open book in front of her), N185-I1 (Dog standing on the ground at Palo Duro), N186-F2f8 (Man standing in an office), N187-F2f8 (Man standing in front of counter at office), N188-A2b11 (Rocks litter ground at Palo Duro), N189-A2b11 (Rocks litter the ground at Palo Duro), N190-A2b11 (Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro), N191-A2b11 (Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro in the Oklahoma Panhandle),

Subject: Irvin Green, negatives, Palo Duro, Red Rock, rock home,

Call No: E17-K

Description: Envelope containing negatives of illustrations for “The Hired Girl”

Date of origin: March 2, 1966

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front of envelope] — Negatives — Illustrations for “The Hired Girl” (written in red pencil); (label) Western History Department photocopy from Denver Public Library/ 1357 Broadway/ Denver, Colo. 80203/ Return Postage Guaranteed; For Harry E. Chrisman/ 10245 W. 14th Avenue/ Denver, Colorado 80215; DPL 31; (stamp) FIRST CLASS MAIL; (postage label) Denver COLO Mar-2’66; U.S. Postage .20 [back of envelope] Korolton Klasp – 6 x 9/ Karolton Envelope Division/ Kimberly-Clark Corporation/ West Carrollton, Ohio

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Manila envelope with a clasp on the back. It has a postage label, first class mail stamp and mailing label on the front. The words “negatives/ illustrations for “The Hired Girl” written in red pencil.

Other Info.:

Related to: N195-K (Gold Dust Washing Powder ad from “The Hired Girl”), N196-K (Denver Best soap advertisement from “The Hired Girl”), N197-K (Advertisement of woman by chicken pen in “The Hired Girl” in Denver, Colo.), N198-K (Illustration of woman cranking a cream seperator in “The Hired Girl”),

Subject: “The Hired Girl” magazine or other publication, Denver Colorado, Harry E. Chrisman, illustrations, manila envelope with clasp, Western History Department Denver Public Library,

Call No: E18

Description: Abandoned farm

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

On negative envelope: “Abandoned Farm” Kansas Photo by Chrisman
“Kansas Settlers” Photo by Day (Negatives)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This negative envelope had 2 negatives in it. This was placed in a mat/frame.

Other Info.:

Related to: M/F2 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), N174-F2b5 (Kansas pioneer family and farmer), N175-A2b6 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), P450-A2b11 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), P451-F2b5 (Kansas Pioneer Farmer and Family), P456- (Abandoned Farm),

Subject: Abandoned farm, family, Farm, house, Kansas, negatives, Settlers,

Call No: E19

Description: Negative envelope

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

On front: Kansas women gathering cow chips

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There was a negative in this negative envelope which was inside a mat/frame.

Other Info.:

Related to: M/F3 (Kansas women gathering cow chips), N203-H1g (Two women with wheelbarrow), P134-H1g (Two women with wheelbarrow),

Subject: 1880-1890 era, Cow chips, Kansas, negatives, Pioneers, women,

Call No: E2-A5a

Description: Photo envelope green and white

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 5 x 7″

Condition: Fair

Content:

“IRV STEELE RANCH HQ on Palo Duro,” “Loul D. [?] 748 BC,” 1 (circled), 10, 97; Black Drug Co. #1 214-16 North Kansas Liberal, Kansas; Authorized MID-CO PHOTO DEALER … [back] $2.00 for 8 x 10 – 80 (cents symbol); 1.50 for 5 x 7 – 50 (cents symbol); picture of a child holding 2 fish …

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Envelope is dark green and white with No 409 printed in red.

Other Info.:

Related to: C5-A5a (Map description by Irvin Green), M1-A5a (Map of Oklahoma – hand drawn), P131-A5a (Window),

Subject: Envelope, Irv Steele Ranch Headquarters, Palo Duro, ranch,

Call No: E22

Description: Georgia Fix

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

On front: Negative Dr. Fix

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This negative envelope had a negative in it. This was placed in a mat/frame.

Other Info.:

Related to: M/F6 (Georgia Fix), N206-F1a (Georgia Fix), P445-F1a (Dr. Georgia (Arbuckle) Fix), P446-F1a (Dr. Georgia Fix),

Subject: Doctor, Dr. Georgia Fix, Georgia Arbuckle Fix, Georgia Fix, woman,

Call No: E23

Description: Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

“Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone” 3 circled; 1 V copy = 1 – 5×7 Crop as shown. written on it.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative was in a negative envelope with: “Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone” 3 circled; 1 V copy = 1 – 5×7 Crop as shown. written on it. This negative envelope was in a mat/frame with Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone R. written on it.

Other Info.:

Related to: M/F7 (Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone), N207-A2a12 (Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone), P447-A2a12 (Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone River),

Subject: Cheyenne, Indian camp, Tepees, Yellowstone,

Call No: E24

Description: Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

Negative envelope says: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation ; 1 circled ; 1 V odd = 1-5×7 ; 1 each

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This negative envelope had a negative in it. The whole thing was placed in a mat/frame.

Other Info.:

Related to: M/F10 (Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation), N210-D1a1 (Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation), P201-D1a1 (Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation), P209-J2 (Adobe Walls, Texas, Monument),

Subject: cattle, fence, horses, Indians, Pens, Reservations, Rosebud Reservation, Texas trail herds, Todd County S.D.,

Call No: E25

Description: Butchering on Custer Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

Butchering day on Custer Ranch on Cimarron R.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative was in this negative envelope which says: Butchering day on Custer Ranch on Cimarron R.
Negative envelope was in a mat/frame which says: Butchering on Custer Ranch – Cimarron River

Other Info.:

Related to: M/F11 (Butchering on Custer Ranch), N211-D1a3 (Butchering on Custer Ranch), P439-D1a3 (Butchering on Custer Ranch Cimarron River),

Subject: Billy Custer, Butchering, cattle, Cimarron River, Custer Ranch, Kansas,

Call No: E26

Description: Negative envelope

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

On front of envelope: 1. Texas Longhorns (in Valentine, Nbr game refuge) 2. Old Fort Union ruins 3. Harvesting wheat with header + header barges (wagons) 3 Negatives

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This negative envelope was in a Mat/frame. The envelope had three negatives in it.

Other Info.:

Related to: M/F12 (Three large photos mat/frame), E26 (Negative envelope), N212-D1b (Texas longhorns in Valentine, Nb game refuge), N213-A5e (Old Fort Union ruins), N214-F2f6 (Harvesting wheat), P437-A5e (Sentinels at Old Fort Union), P436-D1b (Long Horn Steer), P212-A1a (Beaver, Oklahoma Main Street),

Subject: Fort Union, Harvest, Header barges, horses, Longhorns, Mules, negatives, New Mexico, Valentine Nebraska, Wheat,

Call No: E27

Description: Harry and Glen Love

Date of origin: 1980

Type: Envelope

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

On front of envelope: [Return address] THE STANLEY FOUNDATION 420 EAST THIRD STREET MUSCATINE, IOWA 52761 USA Address Correction Requested Return Postage Guaranteed; [Handwritten] Harry + Glen Love – 1925; [In a box that is x out] Non-Profit Organization U.S. POSTAGE PAID Permit No. 296 MUS CATINE, IOWA; [In red ink] THIRD CLASS MAIL; Harry E. Chrisman Maverick Publications 10245 West Fourteenth Avenue Denver, CO 80215; Red ink postage meter stamp for 40 cents from Muscatine, Iowa dated Oct 27, 1980

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This envelope had two pictures in it.

Other Info.:

Related to: P291-F2a1 (Harry Chrisman and Glen Love), P307-F1b (Harry Chrisman on horseback),

Subject: 1925, buildings, Envelope, Glen Love, Harry E. Chrisman, horses, trees,

Call No: E28

Description: Business men

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 3 5/8 x 6 1/2

Condition: Good

Content:

Front: Meade, Kansas (crossed out) group – Convention or meeting about 1900-10 (Has red line under that) Liberal businessmen } group of Liberal Kansas businessmen

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This envelope had negatives N93, and 2 of N94 in it.

Other Info.:

Related to: N93-F1b (Person in cowboy hat poses for picture), N94-F2a1 (Group of Liberal men at Griffith and Baughman Headquarters),

Subject: 1900-1910, Business men, Convention, Liberal Kansas, Meade Kansas, Meeting,

Call No: E29

Description: Negatives/prints

Date of origin: 1966

Type: Envelope

Size: 3 5/8 x 6 1/2

Condition: Good

Content:

On front: Please make 2 (underlined) prints of each of these negatives (5×7″ in size) and return negs. Bill me as usual. Old Neg’s Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 Pd 10-31-66 (circled in red) (P.S. I owe you 3[5][cent sign] + will put it on next payment) Your invoice 790-39. HEC 12

On back: NO MOISTURE REQUIRED RAISE FLAP, THEN PRESS AND SEAL

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This envelope had two negatives inside it.

Other Info.:

Related to: N103-F2b5 (Mr. Babbitt and family on porch of house), N104-F2a4 (large group of people in Wyoming),

Subject: Envelope, Harry E. Chrisman, negatives, Prints,

Call No: E3-F2a1

Description: W.W.I Vets manila envelope

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 8 3/4 x 11 1/4

Condition: Good

Content:

“W.W.I vets Liberal, Kansas Nov 11, 1963 photo by Joe Cannon For names see paper of this date or Chrisman scrapbook, 1963

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Manila envelope

Other Info.:

Related to: NC5-F2a1 (Story of First Registraion Day in Liberal for WWI), P143-F2a1 (World War I veterans),

Subject: Chrisman scrapbook 1963, Joe Cannon, Liberal Kansas, November 11 1963, veterans, World War I,

Call No: E30

Description: Longhorns envelope

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 3 5/8 x 6 1/2

Condition: Good

Content:

Front: LONGHORNS (in red pencil and underlined); Long horns (underlined); Bob – 1 each, 5″ X 7″ (underlined); Then Make 3(underlined) 8X10 of the best(underlined twice), longhorn (underlined); Make 1, 5×7″ of myself Harry-; In red pencil: NEGS. Bullet FT GRIFFIN Bullet CACHE, OKLA.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This envelope had 3 negative strips in it. 2 of the strips had 2 negatives on each film strip.

Other Info.:

Related to: N153-D1b (Cattle herd grazing on a pasture), N154-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N155-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N156-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees), N157-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees),

Subject: Cache Oklahoma, Envelope, Fort Griffin, Longhorns, negatives,

Call No: E31-F2a4

Description: Hancock family

Date of origin: 1988?

Type: Envelope

Size: 5 9/16 x 8 11/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Negs of Hancock + Prints ; C 215292 ; Chrisman, H ; Date 9/22 ; Phone 238-5782 ; BLACK AND WHITE [check mark] ;
Matte. ; Negative No. Lorig ; Instructions 1 ea C N ; 5 ea 5 x 7 ; PRINTS MADE 1 cn 5 ox ; PRICE Dev. 5.00 Print 11.25 Total $16.25 ; COLORADO CAMERA CO, INC. Custom Color And B&W Finishers 2480 Kipling St. Lakewood, Colo. 80215 233-4788 ; CALL

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Envelope is for ordering photo enlargements, reprints, development and such.

Other Info.: Envelope had 2 copies of same photo P276. Original photo is P495.

Related to: P276-F2a4 (Hancock family in trailer), P495-F2a4 (Charles Hancock and Family in a trailer house),

Subject: Colorado Camera Co Inc., Hancock family prints, negatives, Prints, Trailer House,

Call No: E4-F1

Description: Stell’s old photos manila envelope

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 9 1/2 x 12″

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Social Security Administration District Office Scottsbluff, Nebraska 69361 Official Business Postage and fees paid U.S. Department of H.E.W.; Stell’s letters (crossed out); Stell’s Old photos: 1. Delaware Postcards 2. Montana Pix 3. Robt. E. Lee (circled) – Put in genealogy collection w/Va Pix 4. Ulysses S. Grant and Abe Lincoln (circled) 5. Montana cowboys 6. Montana wheat harvest (Head? & boys) 7. Pix of Pattison Log Homestead, Geri?? 8. Geo. Stephenson + “Sankey Gospel Singers”
9. Mother & Aunt Delphy, Uncle Lou & Dad 10. 2- photos old Edison Phonograph & moving picture “Music” man (Joe Fairchild pix)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

All pictures listed were not found in the envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: L7-F1ab (Letter to Estelle C. Laughlin), E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), N146-D1b (Cattle grazing on pasture), N147-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture), N148-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture), N149-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture), N150-D1b (7 longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture), N151-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska),

Subject: Abe Lincoln, cowboys, Delaware postcards, Edison phonograph, Estelle C. Laughlin, George Stephenson “Sankey Gospel Singers”, Montana, Pattison Log home, Pattison Log Homestead, Photographs, Robert E. Lee, Ulysses S. Grant, wheat harvest,

Call No: E5-F2f1

Description: Envelope from Ed Wright

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 7 x 10″

Condition: Good

Content:

OLD Cowboy ED WRIGHT P.O. Box 664 Valley Center, Calif. 92082 Died March 28, 1975; Letter from Ed; Wrote Virginia 5-19-75; Roster of OLD TIME COWBOYS ASSN.; Harry E. Chrisman Maverick Pub Co. 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colorado 80215; Book; (these are figures) 4 48 60 (line) 28.804; 70 60 (line) 42.00; 190 140 140 (line) 470; 140 3 (line) 420; 14

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, Denver Colorado, Ed Wright, Harry E. Chrisman, Maverick Publishing Co., Old Time Cowboys Association, Valley Center California,

Call No: E6-F2f1

Description: Envelope from Ed Wright to Chrisman

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 4 1/4 x 9″

Condition: Good

Content:

If you don’t ketch him in five days return to Old Cowboy Ed Wright Valley Center, Calif 92082; Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Maverick Pub. Co. Denver, Colorado 80215; AIR MAIL; Valley Center, CA. Sep 13 – AM 92082; stamps of Francis Parkman American Historian U.S. Postage 3 (cents symbol); and a flag of United States with a building 8 (cents symbol)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in a 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), D9-F2f1 (Old Cowboy Ed Wright on horse), E5-F2f1 (Envelope from Ed Wright), L10-F2f1 (Friend Harry: letter), L9-F2f1 (Ed Wright’s book), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, Denver Colorado, Ed Wright, Francis Parkman, Harry E. Chrisman, Maverick Publishing Co., stamps, Valley Center California,

Call No: E7-F2f1

Description: 27 cowboy photos

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 6 x 9

Condition: Fair

Content:

27 cowboy photos – Many Day photos; courtesy Mrs. James C. Banker 420 E. Texas Hobbs, New Mex 88240 (Her copies returned and clippings 5-13-66) (Others with Jim Herron illus. material)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

At this time (12-17-03) No photos were in envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: L11-E1a3 (From desk of Walt Thayer), L12-E1a3 (Dear Mr. Chrisman: Hobbs N.M. 1-28-66), NC7-E1a3 (Bareback broncs),

Subject: cowboys, Day photos, Hobbs New Mexico, James C. Banker, Jim Herron,

Call No: E8-

Description: Envelope sent to B H Lemert from Albers Milling Co

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 4.5 x 9.5″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Various text on the envelope. Hard to read much of it because of poor penmanship. Letter was sent from Los Angeles, CA and cost 1.5 cents to mail.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: envelope with notes,

Call No: E9-

Description: Envelope to Harry Chrisman

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 6″ x 8.25″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Marion Eldridge, Sr. Old rock house on Hardesty Ranch “No Mans Land” Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver Colo. 80215. Make 2 5×7″ copies of each. Bill me as usual. Do not bend

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Market basket Photo co. Third class mail on envelope. Can’t read part because of the writing.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Marion Eldridge Sr., No Man’s Land, Old Rock House on Hardesty Ranch,

Call No: L1-F1a

Description: Letter from Jean E. Jeffrey to Harry and Cathy

Date of origin: June 6, 1974

Type: Letter

Size: 6 1/2 x 10 1/4″

Condition: Fair

Content:

From Jean E. Jeffrey Post Falls, Idaho June 6, 1974 “Dear Harry and Cathy: At long last I am returning the two cassette tapes” … “I have written Mrs. Hodges and thanked her for her letters and photos…”

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

2 pages long with 2 P.S.’s/ P1-F1a was stapled to letter and both were rubber banded around a blue cassette tape, A1-F2f5.

Other Info.:

Related to: A1-F2f5 (Cassette tape Hysteria Haven), P1-F1a (Jean E. Jeffrey picture),

Subject: Anna May Goddard Herron (mother of Jean), Homer Jeffrey, Jean E. Jeffrey, Joe Beaudry, Pauline Hodges, WAC,

Call No: L10-F2f1

Description: Friend Harry: letter

Date of origin: April 30, 1972

Type: Letter

Size: 8 1/2 x 11″

Condition: Good

Content:

Ans May 22-72 + sent back annals of Wyo + 2 magazines. April 30th 72 Friend Harry: Recieved your magazines thanks. injoyed them very much. You mentioned me taking a add in a magazine, I only have about 350 books lieft and they sell quite fast. I have had a column in a local paper here and get lots of letters wanting books. (next paragraph) If you see fit to run this story that was in the annals of Wyo in one of your magazines you can have the story for the add. I doubt very much if these magazines today the way the have the cowboy undertood by the present day readers, would want an authenic explanation of what a real cowboy wa. Wish I could spell & type. Over (next paragraph) Of course if we still had the wide open spaces, range, and cattle we would still have some dam good cowboys. If you can run this article O.K. Please send me the annals of Wyo back as it is the only one I have. You still have our invitation to visit a couple old timers. Ed

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in a 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), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: Annals of Wyoming, cowboys, Ed Wright, Harry Chrisman,

Call No: L11-E1a3

Description: From desk of Walt Thayer

Date of origin: 03/10/1976

Type: Letter

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

From the desk of Walt Thayer; W. Thayer Box 2175 Wenatchee, Wash. 98801; Howdy Harry: For 20 years I kept old negatives of N. west rodeos on file and not long ago I threw out most of them as “dead” and not need to keep them. Now I suddenly get a request for several good photos of “active bucking horse scenes.” of horse trying to buck off the rider. Do you have such a thing I could borrow for a few days? Will return them promptly. Went to see an old rodeo man, (86) Monday and found him in a nursing home; so no chance of photos from him. I still have some group photos of rodeo riders dating back to 1945. 73’s Walt Thayer [back of letter] Sent 13 Pix to Walt 3-12-76 (line seperating text) Not returned to best of my knowledge.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in a manila envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: E7-F2f1 (27 cowboy photos), L12-E1a3 (Dear Mr. Chrisman: Hobbs N.M. 1-28-66), NC7-E1a3 (Bareback broncs),

Subject: bronco’s, cowboys, horses, rodeos, Walt Thayer, Wenatchee Washington,

Call No: L12-E1a3

Description: Dear Mr. Chrisman: Hobbs N.M. 1-28-66

Date of origin: 04/28/1966

Type: Letter

Size: 6 x 8″

Condition: Fair

Content:

Returned 27 photos + her clippings 5-13-66 Hobbs N.M. 4-28-66 Dear Mr. Chrisman: I am sending you some of my pictures … [copy of letter attached]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in a manila envelope. This letter has 2 pages.

Other Info.:

Related to: E7-F2f1 (27 cowboy photos), L11-E1a3 (From desk of Walt Thayer), NC7-E1a3 (Bareback broncs),

Subject: cowboys, Grave, Hanging Trees, Hobbs New Mexico, Jim Herron, Kiowa, Milt Hinkle, Mr. Steel, Mrs. James C. Banker, Oklahoma George Whitaker, pictures, R.W. Day Coin, rodeos, Sheriff,

Call No: L13-F1b

Description: Letter from Hattie B. Willard

Date of origin: 03/25/1964

Type: Letter

Size: 8 1/2 x 9″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

La Crescenta Calif. Mar – 25/64 Mr. Chrisman – your very courteous letter need. I will attempt to answer though briefly & with little of interest to add. (next paragraph) Mr. Willard was born in Pott. Co. Kans. And never having lived in the area of which you speak he has nothing to add t the History. But as his wife also from Kansas I would be very pleased to read your book. “Lost Trails of the Cimarron.” (next paragraph) In fact I have not reconstructed the areas through which the Cimarron River passed. I do remember that the Cim-River ran through Okla. Not too distant from Faxan. Respectfully yours, Mrs. Hattie B. Willard. 3736 Anderson Ave. La Crescenta Calif. Mrs. Willard 3736 Anderson Ave. La Crescenta, Calif. P.S. I enclose a “not very good picture” I hoped to find one that was autographed but failed at this time. Sent her copy of L.T.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Letter is handwritten in blue ink.

Other Info.:

Related to: P202-F1b (Jess Willard Heavyweight champion),

Subject: boxer, boxing, Cimarron River, Heavyweight champion of the world, Jess Willard, La Crescenta California, Lost Trails of the Cimarron, Oklahoma, Pott. Co. Kansas, Pottawatomie County Kansas,

Call No: L14-

Description: Note to Maurice from Harry Chrisman

Date of origin:

Type: Letter

Size: 4 x 6″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Maurice: Use when needed & return to me. HEC Please return. Return to Henry C. Hitch Box 831 Guymon, Okla

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Small 1855 written in pencil on the note. Not certain why or what it means.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: No subjects

Call No: L15-

Description: Letter from Miss Lemert

Date of origin:

Type: Letter

Size: 5.5 x 8.5″

Condition: Good

Content:

Man had a “shell” (saddle) looked like something that bad few stolen from the Indians. He arrived for Penny Brothers. Caught big steer that had broken [rank] several times from the thoroughbred herd. Steer made hard run and Texas man’s riata ass tried first. Jerked the old flat tree clean out of saddle, left cowboy looking mighty foolish. Miss J[can’t read} Bernard Lemert

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Text is very hard to read. Penmanship is very poor and the age of the document doesn’t help.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, saddles, steer,

Call No: L16-L1a

Description: Letter from USDA

Date of origin: 1966

Type: Letter

Size: 8.5 x 11″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

June 8, 1966 – Mr. Harry E. Chrisman Maverick Publications Incorporated 10245 W. 14th Avenue Denver, CO 80215 Dear Mr. Chrisman: Your request for photographic material to be used in a magazine article on locoweed has been referred to this office for reply. The Department of Agriculture published in 1919 (and revised in 1936) a Farmers’ Bulletin No. 1054, “Locoweed Disease”. This bulletin used a photgraph of a locoed hirse and photographs of typical symptoms of locoism. The wooly or prple loco plant, Astragalus mollissimus, is one of these seven, but the other species, due to their toxicity and their regional occurrence, are probably just as significant hazards for livestock in the West. Your request for photographs has been referred to the Department of Agriculture’s Photographic Division with the suggestion that they send you a print of the horse photograph shown in Farmers’ Bulletin No. 1054, and also a print of each of four of the loco plants which have been reported to be especially toxic for horses. There is a Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 456, “Locoism in Domestic Animals”, by F. P. Mathews, which includes photographs of locoed animals. You may wish to see this bulletin as well as some of the following publications pertaining to the same subject: (1) Mathews, F. P. The Poisonous Astragali. The Veterinary Student, Fall 1942. pp. 26-30. Iowa State College, Ams, Iowa. (2) Fraps, G. S. and E. C. Carlyle. Locoine, the Poisonous Principle of Locoweed. Exp. Sta. Bull. 537, 1936. Texas A & M College, College Station, Texas (3) Smith and Jones, Veterinary Pathology. Lea and Febiger. 1957. see page 589. Sincerely yours, I. P. Earle Biochemist

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: L17-L1a (Letter from USDA), P235-L1a (Poisonous Plants), P237-L1a (Poisonous Plants, Locoweed), P238-L1a (Poisonous Plants – Locowood),

Subject: Locoweed,

Call No: L17-L1a

Description: Letter from USDA

Date of origin: 1966

Type: Letter

Size: 8.5 x 11″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

June 20, 1966 – Mr. harry E. ChrismanMaverick Publications Incorporated 10245 W. 14th Avenue Denver, CO 80215 Dear Mr. Chrisman: We are pleased to send you the enclosed photogrpahs in response to your request of June 8, 1966. Your work in furthering information concerning agriculture is appreciated and we hope these photographs may be of assistance to you. There is no charge for these photographs but we would appreciated your returning the ones you do not need. In that way, we can serve others at less cost. Thank you for your interest. If we can be of further service please let us know. Sincerely yours, Albert w Matthews Photography Division Enclosures: 1 8×10 photograph 4 5×7 photographs Inf:AWM:rp 6-20-66

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

note from Chrisman on letter: Mailed him Dec. 1966 Thrilled with Locoweed story. (Didn’t mail any pix)

Other Info.:

Related to: L16-L1a (Letter from USDA), P235-L1a (Poisonous Plants), P237-L1a (Poisonous Plants, Locoweed), P238-L1a (Poisonous Plants – Locowood),

Subject: Locoweed,

Call No: L18-

Description:

Date of origin:

Type: Letter

Size:

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: No subjects

Call No: L19-

Description: Letter from Jack Bailey

Date of origin: 8/3/1989

Type: Letter

Size: 8.5″ x 11″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: L20- (Letter from Chrisman to Jack Bailry),

Subject: Letter with photographs,

Call No: L2-F1a

Description: Letter about Mildred Douglas Chrisman

Date of origin: April 13, 1982

Type: Letter

Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2″

Condition: Good

Content:

[letterhead] the World of Rodeo & Western Heritage P.O. Box 660 . Billings, Montana 59103 . (406) 245-2313 [typing] 4-13th-82. Good morning, Mark. Im bad in need of a few pictures of Mildred Douglas Chrisman – do you have? … Im so happy Ronnie Reagan got his sunny vacation during all the crisis we are having. Three million Bucks shot down the tube, but we as peon taxpayers will pick up the slack. let me know on Pics will ya Mark? adios, R.R. Don (handwritten) [handwritten on side of letter] She was Mrs. Pat Chrisman [bottom of stationary] dedicated to the advancement of rodeo and preservation of western heritage

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Letter to unknown person from unknown person; mostly typed on letterhead; two things handwritten

Other Info.:

Related to: L3-F1a (Letter about Mildred Douglas Chrisman), L4-Fb5 (letter about Pat and Mildred Chrisman),

Subject: Mildred Douglas Chrisman, Mrs. Pat Chrisman, rodeo photos, The World of Rodeo and Western Heritage, W. W. A. Convention, Willard Porter,

Call No: L20-

Description: Letter from Chrisman to Jack Bailry

Date of origin: 8/27/1989

Type: Letter

Size: 8.5″ x 11″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

10245 W. 14th Ave., Denver, Co 80215 August 27, 1989 Mr. Jack Bailey, 615 Storey Blvd., Apt 317 Cheyenne, Wyo. 82001 Dear Friend Jack: First of all, I want to apologize for being so late in acknowledging your good letter and the fine pix you sent by Doubleday. I certainly appreciate then and have added them to my collection, which will pass on to some good repository where they will receive good care and be made available to other writers in the future. If you have others you would care to pass along, do so, for it is a shame so many old papers, letters and pictures are thrown away when an old timer dies. My mother was a great “saver” and I inherited a lot from her, family geneology, etc, etc. Her brother, Ray Hunter, was a rodeo performer back in 1910-14 and she had several good photos of him bronc riding and bull-dogging but somehow they were lost (or taken) from her collections. What I wouldn’t give to have them now….

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: L19- (Letter from Jack Bailey), P421-F2a (Leonard Stroud jumping his horse over an old Hudson touring car.),

Subject: Acknowledgement of letter and thanks, Wyoming,

Call No: L21-F2a1

Description: Letter to Market Basket Photo Co.

Date of origin: 01/27/1981

Type: Letter

Size: 5 7/8 x 8 3/16″

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Jan. 27, 1981
Market Basket Photo Co.,
P.O. Box 2830,
San Diego, Calif. 92112
Hello:
Laverne: I am sending you here with 19 photos to have reproduced into size 5×7-inch pictures. There may be one or two negatives in the group, so no need to make a negative for them, just use the negatives enclosed.
Since I do not have your current Rate Sheet, please send me a bill and I shall remit before you send back the pictures. This material is for a book in process, so please get the work done for me at your earliest opportunity,
Thanks
Harry E. Chrisman

Make 1 5×7″ Photo (Glossy) of each. 19 Pix Enclosed. Return Pix with care, please. HEC
[back]
Box 213
rne, Oklahoma 73848
Buffalo, OK JAN 19 [?] PM 1981 738[?]4 [Buffalo, OK JAN 19 [?] PM 1981 738[?]4 is an ink stamp]
[postage stamp] Furness 1839-1912 Penn Academy Philadelphia Architecture USA 15¢
Mr. Harry E. Chrisman I0245 West I4th Avenue Denver, Colorado 80215

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo was with an 8×10 photo.

Other Info.: Letter looks like it was typed on an opened envelope.

Related to: P457-F2a1 (Churchs’ Inn – Wales),

Subject: Book, Laverne, negatives, Photos, San Diego California,

Call No: L22-

Description: Letter to Grandpa

Date of origin: November 27, 1961

Type: Letter

Size: 6 x 9″

Condition: Good

Content:

Nov. 27, 1961
Hi Grandpa:
We took our trip to Santa Cruz and I am late sending these pictures to you. I was in such a rush before we left I didn’t get around to it. I had no trouble finding them.
We have had two nice rain storms in 1 week. The dust is settled and things look so nice + green.
Larry got his mid term grades and he received a B average. We are so proud of him.
Joan has been working at hte Telephone Co. for 3 months and likes it better every day. Her and John are still going out just as often. In fact he went to Santa Cruz with us.
Glenn is 5 ft. 8 in and weighs 125 lbs. Quite a boy.
Lawrence and I are as sassy as ever and I’m not going to tell you how much I weigh! Ha I gained 2 lbs on the trip.
I’m going to get this letter off right away with the pictures.
Love
Flo + Family

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Letter was in with photo P475.

Other Info.:

Related to: P475-M (Christmas Tree),

Subject: family, Flo, Glenn, Grandpa, Joan, John, Larry, Lawrence, Santa Cruz California,

Call No: L3-F1a

Description: Letter about Mildred Douglas Chrisman

Date of origin: 04/16/1982

Type: Letter

Size: 5 7/8 x 8 5/16″

Condition: Good

Content:

April 16, 1982 Dear Don: On this day, 1943, my old Dad died at Scottsbluff, Nebr. where he had lived for many years, since 1920 … Be sure to return photo and negative when through with them. Yours, Mark [back] xter A World Economic Service Putnam Avenue, P.O. Box 2200 Connecticut 06836 [postage stamp] Cutchogue NY P.B. Meter 3317229 U.S. Postage .10 9 (9 underlined)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Response to L2-F1a; letter to unknown person from unknown person; all typed except for signature – on some type of business paper.

Other Info.:

Related to: L2-F1a (Letter about Mildred Douglas Chrisman), L4-Fb5 (letter about Pat and Mildred Chrisman),

Subject: California, draft horses, horsemen, Mildred Douglas Chrisman, Montana, ranchers, rodeo photos, Scottsbluff Nebraksa, Wyoming,

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

Content:

[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.

Provenance:

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),

Call No: L5-J2

Description: Letter from Hungate Family Historical Society

Date of origin:

Type: Letter

Size: 8 1/2 x 11″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Dear Mr. Chrisman, Thank you for your letter of December 10, 1971 … Sincerely [Carroll P. Hungate, MD] Dated 12-13-71 [letterhead] The Hungate Family Historical Society.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Goes with newspaper clipping and negative of Billy the Kid spurs.

Other Info.:

Related to: N37-J2 (Billy the Kid spurs), NC4-J2 (Affidavit says these spurs…),

Subject: Book, Harry E. Chrisman, Hungate Family Historical Society, museum, Photographs, Swallow Press,

Call No: L6-F1b

Description: Copy of Christmas card from Burris Wright

Date of origin:

Type: Letter

Size: 6 3/4 x 8 1/2″

Condition: Good

Content:

“Copy of Christmas cards sent out by Burris Wright on his last Christmas. Sent me by L.L. Holland 722 N. Washington Liberal, Kansas Old cowboy of s/w Kansas and No Man’s Land.” [on very top, backwards] “Comfort and blessings along its storms and stampedes.” [letter] Greetings One of the heartenin’ thoughts that come to me, bringin a heap of comfort, is that I crossed trails and scraped stirrups with you, and on this great holiday brings me a thrill. {next paragraph] Christmas, the day of feasts, is the birthday of the great herder who tended flocks in Bethlehem. It’s the day when we check the brands on the tally sheets of a dyin’ year while passin’ another mile stone on the long trail. (next paragraph) I’m wishin’ you every joy that Christmas can bring you and hope an hopin’ that the closin’ (apostrophe looks like an 8) year has fetched you some comfort and blessings along with its storms and stampedes. (next paragraph) Believing theta hombre is young who has health, an’ rich who has friends. (next paragraph) When the gerat eternal trail boss rounds you up and corralls you in the swimmin’ pen on the banks of the river Jordan, to check your record, I know that He can’t accuse you of sleepin’ on the day herd, ridin’ two together on night guard or runnin’ the hands up on the clock to shorten the guard. (next paragraph) Adios old boy, there are but few left like you. Burris Wright

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: M/F1-F1b (mat type frame), P139-F1b (Burris Wright),

Subject: Burris Wright, Christmas, cowboy, L.L. Holland, No Man’s Land,

Call No: L7-F1ab

Description: Letter to Estelle C. Laughlin

Date of origin: 1-11-1969

Type: Letter

Size: 8 1/2 x 11″

Condition: Fair

Content:

Dear Estelle C. Laughlin, The two pictures of the lecturer and the phonograph etc. was taken at Reddington and the hall over there years ago. Mr. Moomaw has the information about the man and could tell you. I believe he originally obtained the pictures from a person in Washington or Oregon who corresponded with him. It runs in my mind his name may have been Gilman, as he was a photographer there in Reddington. Bridgeport Nebraska January 11, 1969 [1st paragraph] Sincerely Joseph W. Fairfield Star Route, Bridgeport Nebraska 69336 Dear Estelle, (not quite so formal) ‘Just thought I would add a word! Joe has ancestors by the name of Henton, who, according to records, owned land adjoining that owned by Mordicai Lincoln. Also, the Boone families owned land opposite them and a cousin of Daniels married one of Joe’s relatives. It’s written in a book by one of the Henton relatives who is is living in Portland, Oreg. We have a copy if you would like to read it sometime. “Mrs. Joe” P.S. We have quite a number of old pictures of the Henton’s, so wonder if “Abe’s” might be an “original.” Almost forgot about your question about the pioneer pictures. Are they polaroid prints? What kind of preservative do they need? Are they regular prints or newspaper cuts??

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in a manila envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L7-F1ab (Letter to Estelle C. Laughlin), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys),

Subject: Bridgeport Nebraska, Edison phonograph, Estelle C. Laughlin, Henton, Joseph W. Fairfield, Modicai Lincoln, Mr. Moo Maw, Portland Oregon, Redington Nebraska,

Call No: L8-F1b

Description: Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman

Date of origin: 3-29-76

Type: Letter

Size: 8 1/2 x 11″

Condition: Good

Content:

Denver 3-29-76 To Joe Fairchild: Hi, Joe! As I re-filed the old photos of the lecturer and his phonograph etc. today I noticed a note by ?Mrs. Joe” stating you hand a Henton background. She mentioned the man from Oregon, George Henton, who wrote the Henton genealogy. I have a copy, now loaned to someone, but we never found the line to which we belong — a Mary Henton, or Hinton (underlined) —- who lived in Rockingham County, Va. (next paragraph) I am enclosing the family lines as I now have them, a copy, and if you are ever able to fill in anything on the Suters or Hintons, let me know. (next paragraph) Larry Kehn, my nieces husband, says you are old friends and sends his regards. He lives in Arvada, and we see them frequently. He has three girls and a boy, all half grown. (next paragraph) Hope you got the story I mailed a day or two ago which was in The Post Empire (underlined) section. Thanks for your help and regards. Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Denver, 80215

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in a manila envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L7-F1ab (Letter to Estelle C. Laughlin), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy),

Subject: Denver Colorado, Edison phonograph, George Henton, Harry E. Chrisman, Joe Fairchild, Larry Kehn, Letter, Mary Henton (Hinton), Post Empire, Rockingham County Virginia,

Call No: L9-F2f1

Description: Ed Wright’s book

Date of origin: July 24, 1972

Type: Letter

Size: 6 1/2 x 9 1/4″

Condition: Good

Content:

R.E. Helvey P.O. Box 38 Big Horn, Wyoming 82833; July 24, 1972 Harry, I certainly enjoyed the Ed Wright book. He, as you said did not give the correct names of some of the people and places but I was able to recognize most of them. He had quite a life. I also like the magazines — good reading. Thought you might like the story about Jack on the back page of the paper. Come see us again Sincerely, Bob

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in a manila envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: C6-F2f1 (Book sales), D1-F2f1 (Tristate OLD-TIME cowboys memorial museum), 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), L9-F2f1 (Ed Wright’s book), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: Big Horn Wyoming, Ed Wright, Harry Chrisman, July 24 1972, R.E. Helvey,

Call No: M/F1-F1b

Description: mat type frame

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size: 8 1/2 x 12 3/4″

Condition: Good

Content:

[where picture was below picture hole] “Burris Wright ‘old Cimarron Cowboy’ Died at age 80- about 1959-60. Harry Chrisman took the above photo. HEC.” Kennedy Liberal, Kans.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Had picture of Burris Wright in it.

Other Info.:

Related to: L6-F1b (Copy of Christmas card from Burris Wright), P139-F1b (Burris Wright),

Subject: Burris Wright, Cimarron, cowboy, man, Men,

Call No: M/F10

Description: Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Issuing Cattle to Indians on Rosebud Reservation – (neg. only)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This mat/frame had a negative in a negative envelope that was placed in it.
Negative envelope says: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation ; 1 circled ; 1 V odd = 1-5×7 ; 1 each

Other Info.:

Related to: E24 (Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation), N210-D1a1 (Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation), P201-D1a1 (Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation),

Subject: cattle, horses, Indians, Reservations, Rosebud Reservation, Texas trail herds, Todd County S.D.,

Call No: M/F11

Description: Butchering on Custer Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Butchering on Custer Ranch – Cimarron River

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative was in a negative envelope which says: Butchering day on Custer Ranch on Cimarron R.
Negative envelope was in this mat/frame which says: Butchering on Custer Ranch – Cimarron River

Other Info.:

Related to: E25 (Butchering on Custer Ranch), N211-D1a3 (Butchering on Custer Ranch), P439-D1a3 (Butchering on Custer Ranch Cimarron River),

Subject: Billy Custer, Butchering, cattle, Cimarron River, Custer Ranch, Kansas,

Call No: M/F12

Description: Three large photos mat/frame

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

On front of mat/frame: Three Large Photos: 1. Texas Longhorns 2. Ruins at Old Fort Union, N. Mex. 3. Harvesting wheat with Header.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This Mat/frame had a negative envelope in it. The envelope had three negatives in it.

Other Info.:

Related to: E26 (Negative envelope), M/F12 (Three large photos mat/frame), N212-D1b (Texas longhorns in Valentine, Nb game refuge), N213-A5e (Old Fort Union ruins), N214-F2f6 (Harvesting wheat), P437-A5e (Sentinels at Old Fort Union), P436-D1b (Long Horn Steer), P212-A1a (Beaver, Oklahoma Main Street),

Subject: Fort Union, Harvest, Header, Longhorns, New Mexico, Texas longhorns, Wheat,

Call No: M/F13

Description: Hancock wedding day mat/frame

Date of origin: 1956

Type: Matting – Frame

Size: 7 3/8 x 9 3/8″

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] C [C is circled] ; Our 61st Wedding Day May first 1956 Charles E and Lottie Grace Hancock 10419 Mills Ave Whittier Calif
[back] Do Not Mark Photo! [Has three address stamps, one is the Liberal address but is unreadable. It is stamped over with the Denver address.] HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This is the mat/frame photo P512 was in. M/F has tape and tape tear mark on back. Note that was taped on is with P512.

Other Info.:

Related to: P512-F1ab (C. E. and Lottie Hancock),

Subject: 1956, 61st wedding day, Charles E. Hancock, Hancock wedding day, Lottie Grace Hancock, May 1 1956,

Call No: M/F14

Description: Hancock Parents mat/frame

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 6 7/8 x 9″

Condition:

Content:

[back] Stephen Monroe Hancock ; Magdalena [insert mark] Hirrlinger Hancock ; Stevens County Pioneers 1885 ; Stephen Monroe Hancock ; Magdalena [insert mark] Hirrlinger Hancock ; Stevens County Pioneers 1885 ; Parents of Charles (Ed) Hancock Contractor Builder ; [There are two stamps of the Liberal address, but they are stamped over with the Denver address. The Denver address is stamped three times] HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave Denver, Colo. 80215

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Mat/frame has fallen apart. The glue holding front and back together has come unstuck. There is a stain on front of the back piece. M/F has a tape tear mark on top back.

Other Info.:

Related to: P513-F1ab (Stephen and Magdalena Hancock),

Subject: 1885, Charles E. Hancock, Magdalena Hirrlinger Hancock, Parents of Charles E. Hancock, Sr., Stephen Monroe Hancock, Stevens County pioneers,

Call No: M/F2

Description: Abandoned Kansas Farm

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

On front of mat/frame: “Abandoned Kansas Farm” (Dust Bowl era) 1930-50 Photo by Chrisman
“Kansas Pioneer Farmer + Family Photo by Day

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negatives N174 and N175 were in an envelope which was in this mat frame.

Other Info.:

Related to: E18 (Abandoned farm), N174-F2b5 (Kansas pioneer family and farmer), N175-A2b6 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), P450-A2b11 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), P451-F2b5 (Kansas Pioneer Farmer and Family), P456- (Abandoned Farm),

Subject: Dust Bowl era, family, Farm, Frame, Kansas, Mat, Pioneers,

Call No: M/F3

Description: Kansas women gathering cow chips

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Front: Kansas women gathering cow chips – 1880-90 era Neg only

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There was a negative in a negative envelope inside this mat/frame.

Other Info.:

Related to: E19 (Negative envelope), N203-H1g (Two women with wheelbarrow), P134-H1g (Two women with wheelbarrow),

Subject: 1880-1890 era, Cow chips, Kansas, negatives, Pioneers, women,

Call No: M/F4

Description: Robbers Roost Montana

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

On front: “Robbers Roost” – Mont.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This mat/frame had a negative envelope with a negative. These were inside the mat/frame.

Other Info.:

Related to: N204-A2b11 (Robbers roost), P444-A2b11 (Robbers Roost), PC51-A2b11 (Robbers Roost),

Subject: building, house, Montana, Robbers Roost, trees, Vigilante trail,

Call No: M/F5

Description: Billy Custer and Lee Larrabee

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

On front: 1. Billy Custer, Rancher and Store Owner (derby hat) 2. Lee Larrabee, Store clerk, later prominent businessman at Liberal, Ks. written on it.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There was negative in a negative envelope with: 1. Billy Custer, Rancher – Store keeper 2. Lee Larrabee, clerk (later prominent businessman at Liberal, Ks. written on it.
This negative envelope was in this mat/frame.

Other Info.:

Related to: N205-A3p (Billy Custer and Lee Larrabee), P442-A3p (Billy Custer and Lee Larrabee),

Subject: Billy Custer, building, Businessman, horses, Kansas, Lee Larrabee, Liberal Kansas, Store, Store owner, wagon,

Call No: M/F6

Description: Georgia Fix

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

On front: Dr. Georgia Fix.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This mat/frame had a negative envelope with a negative inside. All was in this mat/frame.

Other Info.:

Related to: E22 (Georgia Fix), N206-F1a (Georgia Fix), P445-F1a (Dr. Georgia (Arbuckle) Fix), P446-F1a (Dr. Georgia Fix),

Subject: Doctor, Dr. Georgia Fix, Georgia Arbuckle Fix, woman,

Call No: M/F7

Description: Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

On front: Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone R.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative was in a negative envelope with: “Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone” 3 circled; 1 V copy = 1 – 5×7 Crop as shown. written on it. This negative envelope was in this mat/frame with Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone R. written on it.

Other Info.:

Related to: E23 (Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone), N207-A2a12 (Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone), P447-A2a12 (Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone River),

Subject: Cheyenne, Indian camp, Tepees, Yellowstone,

Call No: M/F8

Description: Liberal Band

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: N208-F2d1 (Liberal Band), P449-F2d1 (Liberal Band),

Subject: buildings, Instruments, Liberal Band, Men, street,

Call No: M/F9

Description: Cy Hagadone + Cowboys

Date of origin:

Type: Matting – Frame

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

On front: Cy Hagadone + Cowboys – Montana

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This mat/frame had a negative in it.

Other Info.:

Related to: N209-D1a2 (Cy Hagadone and cowboys), P440-D1a2 (Cy Hagadone and cowboys), P441-D1a2 (Cy Hagadone and cowboys),

Subject: Card playing, cowboys, Cy Hagadone, Doc Hagadone, Frank Hagadone, Montana, Trail,

Call No: M1-A5a

Description: Map of Oklahoma – hand drawn

Date of origin:

Type: Map

Size: 5 1/2 x 5 3/4″

Condition: Fair

Content:

[front] Irvin Green, 2-27-61; Hi-way 54/64, Beaver River, Guymon, Coldwater, Hardesty, Duro – Palo Duro, Okla. 3, Boyd, Balco, Gray, Lone Rock, Pa’s Stone House, Red Rock.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There is a small map in the left bottom corner.

Other Info.:

Related to: C5-A5a (Map description by Irvin Green), E2-A5a (Photo envelope green and white), P131-A5a (Window),

Subject: Balco Oklahoma, Beaver River, Boyd Oklahoma, Coldwater Oklahoma, Gray Oklahoma, Guymon Oklahoma, Hardesty Oklahoma, Highway 54/64, Irvin Green, Palo Duro Lone Rock, Red Rock, Stone house,

Call No: M2-B1b1

Description: Rock Island Railroad Lines

Date of origin:

Type: Map

Size: 6 x 8 3/4″

Condition: Good

Content:

Rock Island map with states and towns. [note] 14 (circled) 24 (circled) ss (circled) The map above shows the Rock Island Railroad lines extending into the southwest — Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico — on which the author served for 50 years. The inset map shows the heartland section of the United States covered by this great railroad system. Map used by permission of the Rock Island Lines. Copyright by Rand, McNally, & Co., Chicago, Ill.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

note on back is in seperate sleeve.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Rand McNally & Co., Rock Island Railroad, Southwest Chicago Illinois, Texas,

Call No: N1-E1a5

Description: Chester Byers at Pendleton, Oregon, roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

11 10 Kodak Safety Kodak Safety Chester Byers Roping Pendleton, Oregon (copyright R.R. Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

cowboy pulls steer during roping contest; grandstands full of people

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Chester Byers, cowboy, grandstand, horse, Kodak fence, Pendleton Oregon, Pendleton Roundup, R.R. Doubleday, rodeo, rodeo arena, roping, spectators, steer, steer roping, steer roping contest,

Call No: N10-E1a6

Description: Prairie Rose on “Miss Cheyenne” at Frontier Days

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

12 P Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film Prairie Rose on “Miss Cheyenne” Frontier Days (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman cowboy rides saddlebronc at rodeo; grandstands full of spectators in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Doubleday, fence, Frontier Days, horse, Miss Cheyenne, Prairie Rose, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc, spectators, woman cowboy,

Call No: N100-D1a2

Description: cattle grazing on pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on sides of negative] 5 Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Can’t tell if the animals are sheep or cattle in the negative. Some look like sheep, with black faces and white body, while others look like they have the build of a cow. They are out in the middle of open ground, further back in the picture is a herd. There is a hill and a group of trees in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, Kodak, pasture, sheep, trees,

Call No: N101-F1b

Description: L. Ward on horseback

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 5/16 x 2 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[underneath negative] L. Ward/ Scenic and Portrait Artist/ Liberal, Kansas/ Corner Fourth Street and Washington Avenue [on sides of negative] D 6 Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man is sitting on a saddled horse posing for a picture. He looks to be in a suit and hat, with tall riding boots on. He and the horse are in front of some trees, and there is a fence in the background. Looks like there is some kind of decorative boarder around picture on negative.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: fence, Fourth Street, horse, Kodak, L. Ward, Liberal Kansas, scenic and portrait artist, trees, Washington Avenue,

Call No: N102-A1a

Description: Main Street in Beaver Oklahoma in 1893

Date of origin: 1893

Type: Negative

Size: 5 7/8 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on negative] Main St. Beaver OK 1893 [on side of negative] Kodak — Safety — Film 437 [on side of building] GARRI/GENE

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Street scene of Beaver, Oklahoma. The buildings are made of wood. There is a large dirt street running in between the buildings. There is a row of buildings, very close together, on both sides of the street. The first building on the right might be a general store according to the partial lettering on the side. Can see a small path in the brush leading to the general store in the foreground of the negative.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Beaver City Oklahoma, Businesses, dirt path, dirt street, general store, Kodak, Main Street, scrub grass and other brush, street scene, wood buildings,

Call No: N103-F2b5

Description: Mr. Babbitt and family on porch of house

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2

Condition: Fair

Content:

[on side of negative] Ansco Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man with wife and children standing on house porch to pose for photo. Three boys stand in front, tallest on left and decending to right. Woman holding baby behind middle boy, and man in back on right. They look to be wearing their best clothes — suits for the men. Two of the boys are wearing a hat. Looks like there was a tear in the negative at the bottom.

Other Info.: The negative is pretty dark.

Related to: E29 (Negatives/prints), N103-F2b5 (Mr. Babbitt and family on porch of house), P418-F2b5 (Babbitts Family),

Subject: Ansco, boys, children, house, Mr. Babbitt, woman,

Call No: N104-F2a4

Description: large group of people in Wyoming

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2

Condition: Fair

Content:

[on side of negative] Ansco Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Large group of people pose for picture. There are 3-5 rows of people, and the group spans the length of the negative. There are men, women and children in the group, all wearing very nice clothing. Men are in suits, women in dresses and fancy hats. Children are also dressed nicely. Could be a family reunion? Group in front of trees.

Other Info.: The original picture has Wyoming [another word I can’t make out] written in pencil on the bottom. The negative is pretty dark and has a large shadow on the right.

Related to: E29 (Negatives/prints), N103-F2b5 (Mr. Babbitt and family on porch of house), P419-F2a4 (Group picture, possibly town members),

Subject: Ansco, children, grass, group of people, Men, trees, women, Wyoming,

Call No: N105-F2f1

Description: “JJ” Outfit Ready for the Trail

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Ready for the Trail “JJ” Outfit Day Photo (underlined) No. 2 (enclosed in box) [on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film H 11

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

9 cowboys sit on horseback looking at camera; one cowboy sits on top of chuckwagon, which is being pulled by two teams of horses. Looks like there is a cattle herd in the background. There might be a wagon-wheel rut in the foreground of the picture.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, chuckwagon, cowboys, Day, horses, JJ Outfit, Kodak,

Call No: N106-H1g

Description: Deer on the plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

An Inspiring Sight on the Plains #36

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Three deer stand in the far distance on the plains. Nothing on the plains but grass.

Other Info.:

Related to: P35-A5f (Old Rock House),

Subject: deer, Kodak, plains,

Call No: N107-F2f1

Description: JJ Camp at Arkalon, Kansas

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

“The Remuda” “JJ” Camp Arkalon Kas No. 6 (enclosed in box) [on sides of negative] B 1 Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Three cowboys unsaddle horses. Large herd of horses fenced in.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, horses, JJ camp, plains, saddles,

Call No: N108-F2f1

Description: A Western Round-Up

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

#10 A Western “Round Up” [side of negative] Kodak C 4

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Seven cowboys sit on their horses facing the camera. There is a large herd of cattle in the background. Looks like they are on the plains.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, cowboys, horses, Kodak, Men, plains, round up,

Call No: N109-A2b11

Description: Sod House at Secoro’s Ranch in Beaver County, Oklahoma

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 9/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Sod House at Secoro’s Ranch Beaver Co. Okla. No. 11 [on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Sod house with trees around it. There are a couple of barrels in the picture, one up by the house and one in the yard. There is a fence on the right side of the picture. Might be a sheet hanging over fence.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: barrel, Beaver County Oklahoma, fence, Secoro’s Ranch, sod house, trees,

Call No: N11-E1a6

Description: Jessy Roberts at Scotch Bluff Rodeo

Date of origin: July 4-5-[8] 1922

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 13/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

2 1 Safety Film Kodak Safety Film Photo by C.F. Smith Jessy Roberts Scotch Bluffs Rodeo July 4-5-8 1922

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman rides saddlebronc at rodeo; stands with people in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: C.F. Smith, horse, Jessy Roberts, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc, Scotch Bluffs, Scotch Bluffs Rodeo, spectators, woman cowboy,

Call No: N110-F2f1

Description: Cowboys eating around chuckwagon on round-up

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

#52 “Chuck” at the “Round Up” [on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film 7E

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Seven cowboys sit around chuckwagons for dinner. Pots and other supplies are on the ground beside them. There are two wagons in the picture, one on the left and one on the right. A team of horses is still attached to the one on the right. Might be a herd of cattle in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: chuckwagon, cowboys, horses, Kodak, plains, supplies, wagon,

Call No: N111-D1e

Description: Bison grazing on the plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

No. 54 Not many of us left.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Several bison or buffalo are grazing on the plains. There are calves with the full-grown buffalo.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bison, buffalo, plains,

Call No: N112

Description: Little girl beside sod house

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

“HOME SWEET HOME” #16 [on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film F 8

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Sod house with a little girl standing beside it. It looks like she might be holding a puppy or something else. House has one window on the end.

Other Info.:

Related to: P135-A2b11 (Sod house with child in front),

Subject: Bushes, grass, little girl, puppy, sod house,

Call No: N113-A2b11

Description: House sitting among trees

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2

Condition: Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

House sits among trees. House has two chimneys on top. It looks like it’s two story, with a window on the top and a door on the front.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: fence, house, Kodak, trees,

Call No: N114-A2b11

Description: People beside their home built into a hill

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

A Home In The Hills No 23 Day Photo (underlined)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A sod house is built into the side of a hill. A man stands on top (?) of house with his horse and dog. A team of horses pulling a wagon looks like it is on top of another part of the house, while the woman is standing on the hill below the house.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Day, dog, Hill, home, horses, man, scrub grass, sod house, wagon, woman,

Call No: N115-F2f1

Description: Cowboys changing mounts

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

#50 COWBOYS CHANGING MOUNTS [on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film G 10

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

cowboys change horses on the plains. There are at least seven cowboys and a herd of horses behind them. There is a wagon in the background, and some of the cowboys are beside it.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, horses, Kodak, plains, wagon,

Call No: N116-F2b5

Description: Family in front of sod home

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman and four children stand in front of sod home. Man holding reins to two horses stands to the side of the home. At least three of the children are girls because they are wearing dresses. The other is a baby and is in a high chair.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: children, family, horses, Kodak, man, sod home, woman,

Call No: N117-F2b5

Description: Family stands behind rabbits hung on stick

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[at bottom] No. 28 You need not starve in the Southwest. [written toward bottom left] The crop that never fails. [balloon that looks like it’s coming from one mule’s mouth] Sure Mike [balloon from other mule’s mouth] Are we all here? [written toward bottom right] Poor Mans Paradise

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Eight rabbits hang upside down from a stick. Man holding rifle or other gun stands behind them, with his wife who is holding a child. Three children are on mule at right; two children on mule at left. Looks like a house or other building in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to: P63-F2b5 (Family photo with dead jackrabbits),

Subject: building, children, family, gun, house, man, Mules, rabbit, rifle, woman,

Call No: N118-F2f1

Description: Cowboys sleeping on ground

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

#31 COWBOYS “BED ROOM” [on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film 8 F

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Several cowboys stretched out on blankets on the ground in front of a wagon. There is one cowboy sitting up beside wagon and holding a rifle or other gun. Some cowboys are leaning up on their elbows, while others are laying flat. There is a dog laying beside one cowboy. There are approximately 9-10 cowboys in the picture.

Other Info.:

Related to: P46-F2f1 (Sleeping cowboys),

Subject: blankets, cowboys, dog, plains, prairie, rifle, wagon,

Call No: N119-I1

Description: Dogs killing coyote

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

No. 8 The Coyote’s Finish. [on sides of negative]Kodak

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Four dogs attack a coyote on the plains. Three of the dogs are biting the coyote, and one is looking back toward the plains.

Other Info.:

Related to: P60-I1 (Dogs killing coyote),

Subject: coyote, dogs, plains, prairie,

Call No: N12-E1a4

Description: Cowboy on “Teddy” at North Platte, Nebraska rodeo

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Ball on “Teddy” North Platte, Nebr. (Doubldeday) 6 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides longhorned bull at rodeo; cowboy on horse at far left

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Teddy”, Ball, cowboys, Doubleday, horse, longhorned bull, North Platte Nebraska, rodeo, rodeo arena,

Call No: N120-D1a2

Description: The Cook on the Warpath in Oklahoma

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on negative] The Cook on the Warpath in Oklahoma [bottom of negative] All Rights Reserved T.R. McQuillan, GUYMON, OKLA. [on right side of negative] This photographic view shows a cowboy having some fun with the cook. [very bottom] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

The cook is holidng a long stick or rod like he’s going to throw it at the cowboy, who is crouching at left of photo. Cowboy is holding what looks like a bottle. There is a chuckwagon in the background, and pots and other supplies on its shelves. There is a horse beside the cowboy and another horse behind the cook.

Other Info.:

Related to: P137-D1a2 (Cook on the Warpath),

Subject: chuckwagon, cook, cowboys, Guymon Oklahoma, horses, Oklahoma, pans, plate bottle, supplies, T.R. McQuillan,

Call No: N121-F2f1

Description: Five cowboys riding bucking horses

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

#11 A “Few Good Ones” [on sides of negative] Kodak C 4

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Five cowboys are riding their horses; they are silhouetted on top of a hill. At least four of the horses are bucking. Second cowboy from the right has his hand in the air, holding his hat. The last horse on the right is just standing still.

Other Info.:

Related to: P27-F2f1 (Bucking horses),

Subject: bronc riding, cowboys, horses, plains,

Call No: N122-F2f1

Description: Cowboys warming up by a campfire

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 1 11/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

No. 21 Cow Boys “toasting their shins” [on sides of negative] Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Seven cowboys are sitting on the ground around a campfire while two cowboys stand up behind them. They are warming their feet and hands in the fire. There is a wagon and a tent in the background. Wagon could be a chuckwagon.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: campfire, cowboys, pot, tent, wagon,

Call No: N123-F2f1

Description: Cowboys dancing

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 x 2 7/16

Condition: Good

Content:

#31 Cow boys “Bed Room.” [on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film 11

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Several cowboys or men dancing together and one playing a fiddle or violin. The men are wearing nice clothing, with suspenders, vests or ties. Four couples of men are dancing together. Three men standing in background.

Other Info.:

Related to: P31-F2f1 (cowboys dancing),

Subject: cowboys, dancing, fiddle or violin, Men,

Call No: N124-D1a3

Description: Cowboys bringing calves in to brand

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

No. 2 Cow Boy’s Delight. Bringing Calves to brand. [on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film G10

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two cowboys on horseback pull calves behind them with a rope. The calves are fighting the rope. There is a large herd of cattle behind the cowboys and one calf off to the right.

Other Info.:

Related to: P59-D1a3 (Cowboys bringing calves to brand),

Subject: calves, cattle herd, cowboys, horses, ropes,

Call No: N125-F2a1

Description: Cowboy at a card game

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 1 13/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

#32 Cow Boys “Quiet Game.” Cow Boy Life After (written below other text and fuzzy, might be from another photo)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Group of cowboys playing a card game. One looks like he’s drawing poker chips to him, while all others around him have a gun or knife drawn on him. At least 12 men in photo.

Other Info.:

Related to: P33-F2a1 (Cowboys Quiet game),

Subject: cards, cowboys, game, guns, knives, Men, pistol, rifle,

Call No: N126-B1b

Description: Train crossing the plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 4 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[at bottom of negative] 82 Kodak

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Positive image on negative paper. A train is moving through a town in the background. There is a field and dirt road on the picture. Train’s engine is billowing smoke.

Other Info.: Color image.

Related to: C19 (Yellow paper), C20 (Yellow paper), P525-B1b (Train crossing the plains),

Subject: church steeple, crops, dirt road, plains, railroad tracks, smoke, town, train, train engine,

Call No: N127-A6

Description: Remnants of brick building

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 15/16 x 4 15/16

Condition: Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Remnants of building, most likely brick. Part of a wall still standing, and several columns of brick from corners of building. No other buildings around it, but is some yucca plants and other plains shrubs.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: brick building, plains, remains, Ruins, wall, yucca plant,

Call No: N128-A6

Description: Large building on the plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 5/16 x 5 5/16

Condition: Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Large building on the plains — no other buildings around it or in the background. It has square features and many windows. There are two main stories, plus two more towers on back side.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: building, church, plains, school,

Call No: N129-D1b

Description: Longhorn cow laying down on the plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
Has a box of red lines around cows.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Longhorn cow lays down on the plains in front of several trees. The cow is looking at the camera. There is another cow sitting in the background among the trees. There is a telephone pole in the background also. A box of red pencil is drawn around the two cows.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, highwires, Kodak, longhorn cows, plains, telephone pole, trees,

Call No: N13-F2a2

Description: Betty Herian, Mayme Stroud and Anna Herian

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 3/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

8 9 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film Betty Herian, Mayme Stroud, Anna Herian (Van [Corven])

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Three women dressed in western attire stand in front of grandstands with people; perhaps at a rodeo; automobile in background at left.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Anna Herian, Betty Herian, Mayme Stroud, rodeo, sign, Van Corven, western attire, women,

Call No: N130-D1b

Description: Longhorn bull

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 9/16 x 2 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
Has a box of red drawn around bull.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Bull standing in the plains in front of several trees. Looks like it might be a longhorn. He is facing left in the photo. A box of red pencil is drawn tightly around the bull.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, cow, Kodak, longhorn bull, telephone pole wires, trees,

Call No: N131-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle running across plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/8 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
A box of red pencil is drawn around running cattle and part of the trees in the background.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Three longhorn cows are running across the open land. There are hills in the background and trees. One cow is standing still on the left. Visible is the cab of a vehicle, like someone took the photo from the windshield of a car. A box of red pencil is drawn around running cattle and part of the trees in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cab of automobile, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, plains, trees,

Call No: N132-D1b

Description: Herd of longhorn cattle

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A herd of longhorn cattle are on the open plains. There are hills in the background, and one tree on the left. Two cows are in the foreground, one slightly farther back to the right, and the rest of the herd in the background. Visible is part of a vehicle’s window, like someone took the photo from the window of a car. Also visible is the road or highway.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: highway, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, plains, road, tree, window of automobile,

Call No: N133-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle behind large tree

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
A box drawn in red pencil is around the cattle and house in the background.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A herd of longhorn cattle are in the background. In foreground is a large tree. There is a house or other building also in the background, along with a telephone pole and lines. Four cows are standing and several are laying down in the field. A box drawn in red pencil is around the cattle and house in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: building, house, Kodak, longhorn cattle, telephone pole, telephone pole lines, tree,

Call No: N134-D1b

Description: Two longhorn cows and calf on plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
In red pencil is a box around the calf and cow sitting on the ground.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A longhorn cow stands on the left of negative, facing right. A calf and other longhorn cow sit on ground behind shrub or small tree. Other trees in the background. In red pencil is a box around the calf and cow sitting on the ground.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: calf, Kodak, longhorn cattle, plains, trees,

Call No: N135-D1b

Description: Longhorn cow sitting on the plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
A box in red pencil is drawn around the cow.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

One longhorn cow sits on the plains, facing the camera. There are several trees and a telephone pole and telephone pole lines in the background. A box in red pencil is drawn around the cow.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, Kodak, longhorn cow, plains, telephone pole, telephone pole lines, trees,

Call No: N136-D1b

Description: Cattle herd with some longhorns

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a red box drawn around the closest group of cattle.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A herd of cattle stand among trees on a pasture or on the plains. There is a house or other building in the background, and a telephone pole and lines. There is one longhorn visible in the bunch. There is a red box drawn around the closest group of cattle.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: building, cattle, house, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, telephone pole, telephone pole lines, trees,

Call No: N137-D1b

Description: Two longhorn cows and one calf

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There are 3 red lines drawn around cows.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A longhorn cow and a calf sit on the ground behind a shrub or small tree. Another longhorn cow is on the left side of the negative, but only its head is visible. The cattle could be in a pasture or on the plains. Telephone poles and lines are in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: calf, cows, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, telephone pole wires, telephone poles, trees,

Call No: N138-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle on pasture or plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film
A box drawn in red pencil is around the two middle cows.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Four longhorn cows walk through a pasture or the plains. There are hills in the background, and some trees. Possibly a small lake or pond in background also. Two of the cows are light colored, one is mostly dark and the other is multicolored. A box drawn in red pencil is around the two middle cows.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: hills, Kodak, lake, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, pond, trees,

Call No: N139-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle on a pasture or on the plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the foremost light-colored cow and the darker one in the background.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Four longhorn cows walk through a pasture or on the plains. There are hills and trees in the background. Two cows are in the foreground (one is light colored and one multicolored) and two other cows are in the background (one is mostly dark with a light colored head and the other is light). Ribs are visible on the two closer cows. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the foremost light-colored cow and the darker one in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, trees,

Call No: N14-E1a1

Description: Tommie Douglas thrown from “Teddy” at Norton, Kansas, rodeo

Date of origin: 1921

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Tommie Douglas thrown from “Teddy” Norton, Kans. Copyright 1921 (R.R. Doubleday) 10 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy is thrown from longhorned bull at rodeo; horses, cowboys, and spectators line the fence; other cowboys on horses at far left

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Teddy”, building, bull riding, cowboys, fence, horses, longhorned bull, Norton Kansas, R.R. Doubleday, rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators Kodak, Tommie Douglas, trees,

Call No: N140-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle herd on the plains or in a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the foremost 6 cows.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

At least 10 longhorn cows on the plains or in a pasture. There are several closer to the camera and more in the background. There are hills, trees and possibly a pond or lake in the background. The cattle are of various colors. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the foremost 6 cows.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Kodak, lake, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, pond,

Call No: N141-D1a2

Description: Herd of cattle on the plains or in a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the cow laying down and the cattle behind it.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Herd of cattle in a pasture or on the plains. There is one large cow (longhorned, perhaps) sitting on the ground. There is a house or building on the far left side of the negative, with trees and a telephone pole and telephone lines in the background. A dirt road or path is in the foreground of the negative. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the cow laying down and the cattle behind it.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: building, cattle, house, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, telephone pole, telephone pole lines, trees,

Call No: N142-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle herd on the plains or in a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the herd of cattle.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A large herd of lonhorn cattle walk across the plains or in a pasture. There are at least 18 or 19 cows visible. There are hills in the background. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the herd of cattle.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains,

Call No: N143-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle herd on the plains or in a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around part of the herd and the hill.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Herd of longhorn cattle walking and grazing on the plains or in a pasture. There is a hill on the right side of the negative in the background. There are at least 17 cows visible. There is a box drawn in red pencil around part of the herd and the hill.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Hill, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains,

Call No: N144-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle viewed through a vehicle’s windshield

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
A box drawn in red pencil is around the cattle, cutting out the vehicle’s hood.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A small herd of longhorn cattle walk or run across the pasture or plains. A large tree in the foreground, to the right side. More trees and hills in the background. The photo was taken from the windshield of a vehicle, because the hood of the vehicle is visible in the photo. The road the vehicle is traveling on is also visible. A box drawn in red pencil is around the cattle, cutting out the vehicle’s hood.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: dirt road, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, trees, vehicle,

Call No: N145-D1b

Description: Cattle grazing on the plains or in a pature

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 9/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on sides of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the closest cattle in the middle of the negative.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A large herd of cattle, some longhorn, are grazing on the plains or in a pasture. There are a few trees in the far background, along with hills. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the closest cattle in the middle of the negative.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, trees,

Call No: N146-D1b

Description: Cattle grazing on pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 9/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
A box drawn in red pencil is around the closest cattle in the negative.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Herd of cattle graze on open pasture or plains. There are large hills in the background. There is at least one longhorn cow visible. A box drawn in red pencil is around the closest cattle in the negative.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope),

Subject: cattle, grass, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains,

Call No: N147-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the closest tree and the cattle surrounding the tree.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Large herd of cattle grazing on a pasture or on the plains. There are several trees and hills in the background. There are a few longhorned cows in the herd. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the closest tree and the cattle surrounding the tree.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope),

Subject: cattle herd, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, trees,

Call No: N148-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the two closest cows.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Herd of cattle graze on a pasture. There are two longhorn cattle in the foreground of the negative while the rest of the herd are in the background. Also in the background are hills and trees. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the two closest cows.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope),

Subject: cattle herd, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, trees,

Call No: N149-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
A box drawn in red pencil is around the one closest longhorn cow and it extends to the left edge of the negative.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Herd of longhorn cattle grazing on pasture or plains; one longhorn cow in foreground and the rest in the background. There are trees and hills in the far background. A box drawn in red pencil is around the one closest longhorn cow and it extends to the left edge of the negative.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope),

Subject: cattle, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, trees,

Call No: N15-E1a4

Description: Billie Kingham on “Watch Me” at North Platte, Neb., rodeo

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/4″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

3 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film Billie Kingham on “Watch Me” North Platte, Nebr. (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bucking horse at rodeo; three cowboys stand in background at right; one cowboy on horse at right; one cowboy on gates at left

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Watch Me”, Billie Kingham, cowboys, Doubleday, horses, Kodak, North Platte Nebraska, rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators, wooden gates,

Call No: N150-D1b

Description: 7 longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 9/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on top of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the six closest cows.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

7 longhorn cattle are in the foreground of the negative, grazing on the pasture or plains. There might be another cow in the background. There are hills and trees in the far background, along with stakes for fencing. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the six closest cows.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope),

Subject: cattle herd, fence, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, trees,

Call No: N151-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 5/8 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on top of negative] Kodak Safety Film
A box drawn in red pencil is around the cattle and part of the background.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Eight longhorn cattle are grazing on a pasture or on the plains. There are trees and large hills in the background. A box drawn in red pencil is around the cattle and part of the background.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope),

Subject: cattle herd, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, trees,

Call No: N152-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle grazing on a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on top of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the cattle.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Seven longhorn cattle graze on a pasture or in the plains. There are many trees and large hills in the background. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the cattle.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle herd, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, trees,

Call No: N153-D1b

Description: Cattle herd grazing on a pasture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 5/8 x 2 9/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on top of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the left-most cattle in the negative.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A large herd of cattle are grazing on a pasture or on the plains. Some of the cattle look like longhorns. There is a sign on the right-hand side of the negative that says, “NO CARS PLE.” There are trees, hills and a fence in the background. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the left-most cattle in the negative.

Other Info.: This negative was in an envelope with other negatives.

Related to: E30 (Longhorns envelope), N154-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N155-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N156-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees), N157-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees),

Subject: cattle herd, fence, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, sign, trees,

Call No: N154-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle grazing

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 15/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the majority of the cattle herd.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A herd of cattle, some longhorn, are grazing on a pasture or on the plains. There are hills in the background. There appears to be a road in the foreground of the photo. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the majority of the cattle herd.

Other Info.: Negative N154 and N155 are attached on the same film strip.This negative was in an envelope with other negatives.

Related to: E30 (Longhorns envelope), N153-D1b (Cattle herd grazing on a pasture), N155-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N156-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees), N157-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees),

Subject: cows, herd, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains, road,

Call No: N155-D1b

Description: Longhorn cattle grazing

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 15/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the majority of the herd.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A herd of longhorn cattle are grazing on a pasture or on the plains. There are hills in the background. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the majority of the herd.

Other Info.: Negatives N154 and N155 are together on the same film strip.This negative was in an envelope with other negatives.

Related to: E30 (Longhorns envelope), N153-D1b (Cattle herd grazing on a pasture), N154-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N156-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees), N157-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees),

Subject: cows, herd, hills, Kodak, longhorn cattle, pasture, plains,

Call No: N156-D1b

Description: Longhorn cow standing among bare trees

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 15/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the cow, cutting out the background.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A longhorn cow stands among many bare trees. The cow is facing right. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the cow, cutting out the background.

Other Info.: Negatives N156 and N157 are together on the same film strip. It looks like the same cow in both negatives, just taken at different angles or a moment later.

Related to: E30 (Longhorns envelope), N153-D1b (Cattle herd grazing on a pasture), N154-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N155-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N157-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees),

Subject: bare trees, Kodak, longhorn cow, pasture, plains,

Call No: N157-D1b

Description: Longhorn cow standing among bare trees

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 15/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film
There is a box drawn in red pencil around the cow, cutting out the rest of the background.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Longhorn cow stands among many bare trees. The cow is facing right. There is a box drawn in red pencil around the cow, cutting out the rest of the background

Other Info.: Negatives N156 and N157 are together on the same film strip. Looks like the same cow in both negatives, just taken at different angles or a moment later.

Related to: E30 (Longhorns envelope), N153-D1b (Cattle herd grazing on a pasture), N154-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N155-D1b (Longhorn cattle grazing), N156-D1b (Longhorn cow standing among bare trees),

Subject: bare trees, Kodak, longhorn cow, pasture, plains,

Call No: N158-A3f

Description: Engraving of the Windsor Hotel at Springfield, Kansas, on negative film

Date of origin: 1960

Type: Negative

Size: 5 3/16 x 3 5/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on negative] Windsor Hotel . Springfield, Kansas . Jos. Waganer, Prop. HEC 1960 [on note with negative] Contains: Fairfield Engraving [enclosed in box] Windsor Hotel at Springfield, Kansas From pen and ink drawing by Harry E. Chrisman (Please save and return) [address stamp] Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74, Bluebonnet Courts, Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Etching of the Windsor Hotel, taken from a drawing. The etching is done on negative-type film.

Other Info.: Note is in same protective sheet as negative. Note dimensions are 5 7/16 x 3 11/16. Note has tape on it.

Related to: E14 (Manila envelope with Chrisman’s articles from the Southwest Daily Times),

Subject: Fairchild engraving, Harry E. Chrisman, Jos. Waganer, Springfield Kansas, Windsor Hotel,

Call No: N159-H1h

Description: Memorial marker for Joseph B. Smalley

Date of origin: 1961

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

1852 1922 Rock Island Lines/ Seventieth Anniversary/ October Tenth/ The Memorial Tree Planted Nearby/ Is Dedicated/ By The Rock Island In Affectionate Memory/ Of/ JOSEPH B. SMALLEY/ Who By His Industry Courage And Loyalty/ Through Every Vicissitude Signally/ Aided In The Development Of The/ Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Railway/ Into A Great Transportation System/ Devoted To The Public Service

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Stone memorial marker on the ground in front of a tree.

Other Info.: Same as N160, just taken further away.

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N160-H1h (Memorial marker for Joseph B. Smalley),

Subject: Chicago – Rock Island & Pacific Railway, Joseph B. Smalley, memorial marker, Rock Island & Pacific Railway, Rock Island Lines, tree,

Call No: N16-E1a6

Description: Bonnie Grey on “King Tut” jumps automobile

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

1 2 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film Bonnie Grey on King Tut jumping auto (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

woman riding horse jumps automobile

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: automobile, Bonnie Grey, Doubleday, horse fence, King Tut, Kodak, rodeo, spectators, woman horseback rider,

Call No: N160-H1h

Description: Memorial marker for Joseph B. Smalley

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

1852 1922 Rock Island Lines/ Seventieth Anniversary/ October Tenth/ The Memorial Tree Planted Nearby/ Is Dedicated/ By The Rock Island In Affectionate Memory/ Of/ JOSEPH B. SMALLEY/ Who By His Industry Courage And Loyalty/ Through Every Vicissitude Signally/ Aided In The Development Of The/ Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Railway/ Into A Great Transportation System/ Devoted To The Public Service

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Stone memorial marker on the ground.

Other Info.: Same as N159, only taken at a closer angle.

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N159-H1h (Memorial marker for Joseph B. Smalley),

Subject: Chicago – Rock Island & Pacific Railway, Joseph B. Smalley, memorial marker, Rock Island & Pacific Railway, Rock Island Lines, tree,

Call No: N161-H1h

Description: Rock etched with “David Strellner 1882”

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 11/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[etched on the rock] David Strellner 1882

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

The words David Strellner (spelling not quite sure) 1882 are etched or scratched into a rock. Can tell other etchings are on the rock also, but can’t make out any words. There is a hand in the picture, with fingers in a longhorn pose.

Other Info.: Negatives N161 and N162 are together on the same film strip.

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N162-F1b (Man — possibly Harry Chrisman — standing on top of etched rock), P250-H1f (Table rock inscription),

Subject: David Strellner, etching, hand, rock,

Call No: N162-F1b

Description: Man — possibly Harry Chrisman — standing on top of etched rock

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 11/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[words on rock] David Strellner 1882; THE

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A man, probably Harry Chrisman, is standing on top of a rock with words etched or scratched into it. The only words legible are “David Strellner 1882” and “THE”.

Other Info.: Negatives N161 and N162 are together on the same film strip.

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N161-H1h (Rock etched with “David Strellner 1882”),

Subject: David Strellner, etchings, Harry E. Chrisman, rock,

Call No: N163-A3b1

Description: Rock Island Depot or other railway building

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Rock Island

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Words written on the ground say Rock Island in front of a building, looks like it is probably a depot. Don’t think it is the Liberal, Kansas, Rock Island Depot. There are other buildings in the background, and the automobiles look like they are from the 1950s era. There is a large, bare tree in front of depot building.

Other Info.: Negatives N163 and N164 are together on the same film strip.

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N164-A6 (Electric box outside of a Rock Island Depot or other building),

Subject: automobile, buildings, railroad, Rock Island Depot, telephone poles, trees,

Call No: N164-A6

Description: Electric box outside of a Rock Island Depot or other building

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Some kind of metal structure; looks like an electric box with slats in the sides. Buildings in the background look like the same buildings from N163, so the box is probably in front of the Rock Island Depot or other building in the same area.

Other Info.: Negatives N163 and N164 are together on the same film strip.

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N163-A3b1 (Rock Island Depot or other railway building),

Subject: buildings, electric box, metal structure with slats, telephone poles, trees,

Call No: N165-H1g

Description: Empty pasture or plains with the sky overhead

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

empty expanse of grass, could be a pasture or open plains. The sky is overhead and partly cloudy.

Other Info.: Negatives N165 and N166 are together on a film strip.

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N166-H1g (Empty pasture or plains with sky overhead),

Subject: pasture, plains, sky,

Call No: N166-H1g

Description: Empty pasture or plains with sky overhead

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Empty expanse of ground, could be a pasture or open plains.

Other Info.: Negatives N165 and N166 are together on the same film strip.

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N165-H1g (Empty pasture or plains with the sky overhead),

Subject: pasture, plains, sky,

Call No: N167-H1f

Description: Fence line hung with dead coyotes

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 11/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A fence line with dead coyotes hung on the posts. There is a ditch, paved road and telephone poles also in the negative.

Other Info.: Same as N168, but at a different angle.

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N168 (Fence line with dead coyotes hung on it), P248-H1f (Fence line hung with dead coyotes), P249-H1f (Fence line hung with dead coyotes),

Subject: dead coyotes, ditch, fence line, paved road, telephone poles,

Call No: N168

Description: Fence line with dead coyotes hung on it

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 11/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A fence line with dead coyotes hung from the posts. There is a ditch next to the fence, and a road and telephone poles also in the negative.

Other Info.: Same as N167, but at a different angle

Related to: E15 (Photo envelope with negatives N159-N168), N167-H1f (Fence line hung with dead coyotes),

Subject: dead coyotes, ditch, fence line, paved road, telephone poles,

Call No: N169-F1a

Description: Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 5/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman stands on top of large rock. According to E16, the picture is taken at Palo Duro, and this could be Red Rock. Woman has on coat and gloves, so it is probably fall or winter time. There are large sticks or tree braches behind the rock.

Other Info.: Negatives N169 and N170 are together on the same film strip.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N182-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N183-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), P183-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro),

Subject: Catherine Chrisman, Irvin Green, large sticks, Palo Duro, Red Rock, rock, woman,

Call No: N17-E1a5

Description: Rose Smith on “Diggs” at Pendleton, Ore., roundup

Date of origin: 1918

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Rose Smith on “Diggs” Pendleton Round-up “D.F.P.Co.Inc.” [sign] nd-up Pendleton, Oregon 1918 90692

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

woman rides saddlebronc during rodoe; large grandstands full of people in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Diggs”, D.F.P.Co. Inc., Pendleton Oregon, Pendleton Roundup, rodeo, rodeo arena, Rose Smith, saddlebronc, sign grandstands, spectators, woman cowboy,

Call No: N170-H1f

Description: Rock at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 5/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Smaller rock stands alone among grass and other shrubery. According to E16, this is taken at Palo Duro and could be Red Rock.

Other Info.: Negatives N169 and N170 are together on the same film strip.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N180-H1f (Rock at Palo Duro),

Subject: Irvin Green, Palo Duro, Red Rock, rock,

Call No: N171-B2a

Description: Wooden wagon wheels

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

One large wagon wheel propped part-way up on something unforeseen. Portions of two other wagon wheels are visible in the background. According to the envelope the negatives came in, the pictures were taken at Palo Duro.

Other Info.:

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), P124-B2a (Wagon wheels),

Subject: Palo Duro, wooden wagon wheels,

Call No: N172-B2a

Description: Wooden wagon wheels

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Three wagon wheels side-by-side. The one in the front is broken. There appears to be an axel or some other part from the wagon between the wheels. According to the envelope the negatives were found in, the picture was taken at Palo Duro.

Other Info.:

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro),

Subject: axel, Palo Duro, wooden wagon wheels,

Call No: N173-A2b11

Description: Woman stands in front of the Irvin Green rock home on Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman stands in front of two-story, possibly rock home. It is a two-story residence and is vacant. The fence around the home is falling apart. According to the envelope the negative was found in, the picture could be of the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro.

Other Info.:

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro),

Subject: fencing, Irvin Green, Palo Duro, rock home, vacant home, woman,

Call No: N174-F2b5

Description: Kansas pioneer family and farmer

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 1 11/16

Condition: Excellent

Content:

On frame mat: “Abandoned Kansas Farm” (Dust Bowl era) 1930-50
Photo by Chrisman
“Kansas Pioneer Farmer + Family Photo by Day

On negative envelope: “Abandoned Farm” Kansas Photo by Chrisman
“Kansas Settlers” Photo by Day (Negatives)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: E18 (Abandoned farm), M/F2 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), N175-A2b6 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), P450-A2b11 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), P451-F2b5 (Kansas Pioneer Farmer and Family), P456- (Abandoned Farm),

Subject: children, family, farmer, home, horses, house, Pioneers, Settlers,

Call No: N175-A2b6

Description: Abandoned Kansas Farm

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/8 x 1 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

On mat/frame: “Abandoned Kansas Farm” (Dust Bowl era) 1930-50 Photo by Chrisman
“Kansas Pioneer Farmer + Family Photo by Day

On negative envelope: “Abandoned Farm” Kansas Photo by Chrisman
“Kansas Settlers” Photo by Day (Negatives)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: E18 (Abandoned farm), M/F2 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), N174-F2b5 (Kansas pioneer family and farmer), P450-A2b11 (Abandoned Kansas Farm), P451-F2b5 (Kansas Pioneer Farmer and Family), P456- (Abandoned Farm),

Subject: 1930-1950, abandoned, Dust Bowl era, Farm, house, Kansas, Wagon wheel, windmill,

Call No: N176-A2b11

Description: Harry Chrisman stands in front of Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[from back of original photo]H.E.C. in photo/ Old Green home – stone house – on Palo Duro, Okla Panhandle [two address stamps] Harry E. Chrisman/ Lane D, Apt. 74/ Bluebonnet Courts/ Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Harry Chrisman stands in front of old, stone home. He is standing on the small cement porch. The home is two-story. According to the envelope the negatives came in, it is the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro in the Oklahoma Panhandle.

Other Info.: Negatives N176 and N177 are on the same film strip.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), P540-A2b11 (Harry Chrisman stands in front of Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro), P541-A2b11 (Looking out the window of the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro),

Subject: boarded windows, Harry E. Chrisman, Irvin Green home, Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro, porch, stone home, vacant home,

Call No: N177-A2b11

Description: Looking out the window of the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[from back of original photo] H.E.C. in photo/ Old Green home – stone house – on Palo Duro, Okla Panhandle [two address stamps] Harry E. Chrisman/ Lane D, Apt. 74/ Bluebonnet Courts/ Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A small window in a room in a house. The view is looking out the window, while the rest of the room inside is dark. Can see the plains or prairie out the window. According to the envelopes the negatives were found in, the window is in the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro.

Other Info.: Negatives N176 and N177 are on the same film strip.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), P540-A2b11 (Harry Chrisman stands in front of Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro), P541-A2b11 (Looking out the window of the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro),

Subject: Irvin Green home, Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro, plains, prairie, stone home, vacant home, Window,

Call No: N178-A2b11

Description: Scenes from Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 13/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Trees and open area from the Palo Duro area, according to E16.

Other Info.: N178 and N179 are on the same film strip.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N179-A2b11 (Scenes from Palo Duro),

Subject: Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro, trees,

Call No: N179-A2b11

Description: Scenes from Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 13/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Open area at Palo Duro, according to E16. Yucca plants and other shrubbery on the ground.

Other Info.: N178 and N179 are together on same film strip.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N178-A2b11 (Scenes from Palo Duro),

Subject: Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro, yucca plants,

Call No: N18-E1a3

Description: Brown on “One Step” at Rocky Ford, Colo. rodeo

Date of origin: 1921

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Brown on “One Step” Rocky Ford, Colo. copyright 1921 R.R. Doubleday) 90682

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bucking horse at rodeo; horse is on its hind legs, leaning to the left

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “One Step”, Brown, cowboy, horse, R.R. Doubleday, Rocky Ford Colorado, rodeo, trees,

Call No: N180-H1f

Description: Rock at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 13/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Smaller rock stands alone among grass and other shrubery. According to E16, this is taken at Palo Duro and could be Red Rock.

Other Info.: Same as N170, just a different angle.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N170-H1f (Rock at Palo Duro), N183-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro),

Subject: Irvin Green, Palo Duro, Red Rock, rock,

Call No: N181-H1f

Description: Red Rock at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 13/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Big rock in the middle of the plains. According to E16, could be Red Rock at Palo Duro. Smaller rocks litter the ground around the bigger rock.

Other Info.: N180 and N181 are on the same film strip.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro),

Subject: Palo Duro, Red Rock,

Call No: N182-F1a

Description: Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 15/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman in coat and gloves stands on the top of a rock. According to E16, the picture was taken at Palo Duro and this could be Red Rock. The rock has a crack or crevice running down the right side.

Other Info.: N182 and N183 are on the same film strip.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N169-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N183-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro),

Subject: Catherine Chrisman, Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro, Red Rock, rock, woman,

Call No: N183-F1a

Description: Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 15/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman is standing on top of a rock, probably same rock from N182. The rock also has a crack or crevice running down the right side. There are sticks or tree limbs stacked together to the left and behind the rock. The woman is wearing a coat and gloves. According to E16, this is at Palo Duro and could be Red Rock.

Other Info.: N182 and N183 are on the same film strip.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N169-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N180-H1f (Rock at Palo Duro), N182-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro),

Subject: Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro, Red Rock, rock, sticks, tree limbs, woman,

Call No: N184-F2f8

Description: Woman sitting at a desk in an office; an open book in front of her

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 3/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A woman is sitting at a desk or table in what looks like an office. Because Chrisman worked at the Southwest Daily Times in Liberal, could be the newspaper office. There is an open book in front of her on the desk, and two safes in the background. Other office-type things on the desk. Woman is wearing glasses, a shirt with a grape (?) print down the center and a vest.

Other Info.: Among the same negatives about Palo Duro. Could this be Catherine Chrisman? Other negatives found in the envelope are of two men in an office, and judging from the decor it is probably the Southwest Daily Times front office.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N185-I1 (Dog standing on the ground at Palo Duro),

Subject: Book, desk, office, safes, Southwest Daily Times newspaper office, table, woman,

Call No: N185-I1

Description: Dog standing on the ground at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 3/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A dog, either black or a dark color, is standing on the ground, looking at the camera. Small to medium sized dog.

Other Info.: According to the envelope the negatives came in, this was taken at Palo Duro.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N184-F2f8 (Woman sitting at a desk in an office; an open book in front of her),

Subject: dog, Palo Duro,

Call No: N186-F2f8

Description: Man standing in an office

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 11/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A man is standing in the middle of an office. There is a shelf behind him with books and other things stacked on it. On the wall above the shelf is several pieces of paper or other things clipped to the wall. There is a doorway in the far left background. The man has on glasses, and is wearing a shirt, pants and tie. His hands are hanging at his sides. There is an American flag in the background, also.

Other Info.: Since Chrisman worked at the Southwest Daily Times, could this be the newspaper office? Could be news clippings or other related items tacked to the wall behind the man.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N187-F2f8 (Man standing in front of counter at office),

Subject: books, chair, clippings, doorway, man, office, Southwest Daily Times office,

Call No: N187-F2f8

Description: Man standing in front of counter at office

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 11/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man is standing in front of a counter in an office or other building. He is holding what looks like a folded newspaper under his arm. There is a large window with small square glass in the background. There is a counter in front of him, with two cardboard boxes on it. There are drawers on the other side of the counter, facing the camera. The man is wearing glasses and a white button-down shirt.

Other Info.: Since Chrisman worked at the Southwest Daily Times, could this be the newspaper office in Liberal? The glass squares look like the same ones in the current building.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N186-F2f8 (Man standing in an office),

Subject: boxes, counter, doorway, man, newspaper, office, Southwest Daily Times office, square windows,

Call No: N188-A2b11

Description: Rocks litter ground at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 3/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Several rocks lay on open grassland. One rock is right in front of the camera, others are in the background.

Other Info.: Was found in envelope with other negatives. According to the envelope, this could be from the Palo Duro. Might be parts of Red Rock?

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N189-A2b11 (Rocks litter the ground at Palo Duro),

Subject: open grassland, Palo Duro, Rocks,

Call No: N189-A2b11

Description: Rocks litter the ground at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 3/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Several smaller rocks laying on open grassland. One rock is in the foreground, and others in the background.

Other Info.: Found in envelope with other negatives. According to the envelope, these are taken at Palo Duro and could be part of Red Rock.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N188-A2b11 (Rocks litter ground at Palo Duro),

Subject: open grassland, Palo Duro, Rocks,

Call No: N19-E1a6

Description: Tommie Kirnan rides saddlebronc

Date of origin: 1919

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Tommie Kirnan says Good Mornin’ judge (Copyright 1919 R.R. Doubleday) 90683

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy gets bucked off a saddlebronc at a rodeo; other cowboys watch from background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, horse, R.R. Doubleday, rodeo, saddlebronc, spectators, Tommie Kirnan,

Call No: N190-A2b11

Description: Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 3/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two-story house set off in background of photo. It is either stone or rock. It has a chimney at the top, and several windows. This is either a side or back view of the house, because no door is visible. The home is vacant or abandoned. There is open grassland around the home.

Other Info.: Found in an envelope with other negatives. According to the envelope, the house is the Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N191-A2b11 (Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro in the Oklahoma Panhandle),

Subject: Chimney, Irvin Green, Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro, rock home, stone home, two-story home,

Call No: N191-A2b11

Description: Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro in the Oklahoma Panhandle

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 4 3/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two-story home in background. A tall fencepost in the foreground, and a barbed-wire fence (which is falling down) in front of the house. The house is either vacant or abandoned. It is either rock or stone. There is a chimeny on the top and several windows. Also something in between the windows, looks like plywood or boards of some type. Open grassland around the house.

Other Info.: Found in envelope with other negatives. According to the envelope, this is the Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro.

Related to: E16 (Envelope with negatives of the Irin Green Home on Palo Duro), N191-A2b11 (Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro in the Oklahoma Panhandle), N190-A2b11 (Irvin Green Home on the Palo Duro),

Subject: Chimney, Irvin Green, Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro, posts, rock home, stone home, two-story home, Windows,

Call No: N192-H1h

Description: Hitch monument

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on monument, toward the bottom] HITCH (written backwards because it’s a negative) [on bottom of negative] JAPAN (written upside down and backward)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Large monument of some kind, could possibly be a grave marker. It has a light globe at the top, though. Toward the bottom is the name HITCH. There is a fence in front of the monument, and trees surrounding. At the bottom of the negative, there is the word JAPAN written backwards and upside down.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: fence, Hitch, light, monument, trees,

Call No: N193-D1f

Description: Donkeys or mules in a pen

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on bottom of negative] JAPAN (upside down and backwards)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A large herd of donkeys or mules in a pen. There are approximately 17-20 animals. There is a building or shed behind the animals, and they are enclosed in the pen with a fence. Some of the animals are grazing, others are gathered in a corner of the negative; could be at a water or food trough. The word JAPAN is written at the bottom of the negative, and it is upside down and backwards.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: building, donkeys, fence, grazing, Mules, pen,

Call No: N194-F2b3

Description: Enclosed building on wheels with flowers and people on it

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

A building or small, enclosed house is on top of wheels like a wagon. The building has a roof, door and windows. The bottom part of the building is made of brick. There are several people in the building: a man with a child sitting on his lap and a woman behind in the door, two people in the first window, a person in the second and third windows, and a man in a suit standing beside the wagon. There are flowers and vines around the doorway and windows on the wagon. There are names written at the bottom of the negative, but it’s cut off and can’t be read.

Other Info.: There is a sign to the right in the negative that says “Own Your” and the initials CE. Not sure if this is hand-written or part of the original photo.

Related to: P276-F2a4 (Hancock family in trailer), P495-F2a4 (Charles Hancock and Family in a trailer house), P523-F2a4 (Charles Ed Hancock Family and trailer house), P543-F2a4 (Charles Ed Hancock Family and trailer house),

Subject: building, children, Flowers, Hancock, Men, people, vines, wagon, Wheels, women,

Call No: N195-K

Description: Gold Dust Washing Powder ad from “The Hired Girl”

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 15/16 x 4 13/16

Condition: Good

Content:

Gold Dust Washing Powder/ I’ve washed at the tub, And I’ve scrubbed the floor, I’ve scoured the tin pans too; and/ Gold Dust/ did it in half the time that any soap could do./ Sold everywhere. Cleans everything. Pleases everybody./ N.K. Fairbank & Co.,/ Sole Manufacturers,/ Chicago, St. Louis, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, New Orleans; San Francisco, Portland, Me., Portland, Ore., Pittsburgh and Milwaukee.

Provenance: “The Hired Girl” magazine or other publication

Miscellaneous Info.:

Advertisement from a newspaper, magazine or some other publication. The ad is an illustration of a woman washing clothes in a washtub, looking at a pan, and scrubbing a floor. The print ad is on the right side.

Other Info.: According to E17, this is an illustration taken from “The Hired Girl.”

Related to: E17-K (Envelope containing negatives of illustrations for “The Hired Girl”), N196-K (Denver Best soap advertisement from “The Hired Girl”), N197-K (Advertisement of woman by chicken pen in “The Hired Girl” in Denver, Colo.), N198-K (Illustration of woman cranking a cream seperator in “The Hired Girl”),

Subject: “The Hired Girl” magazine or other publication, advertisement, bucket, floor, Gold Dust Powder, illustration, N.K. Fairbank & Co., tin pan, washtub, woman,

Call No: N196-K

Description: Denver Best soap advertisement from “The Hired Girl”

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 4 3/4 x 3 7/8

Condition: Good

Content:

Says Bridget, “Well, I niver see/ The loike in all me blissed loife,/ If Micky iver marries me/ It’s DENVER BEST he’ll buy his woife!!”/ Specially adapted/ for use/ in Hard water./ Copyright/ The Union Soap Co./ The Denver Soap Co./ The Colorado Soap Co. [at top of negative] The Field and Farm! 15

Provenance: “The Hired Girl” magazine or other publication

Miscellaneous Info.:

Advertisement from a magazine or other publication. An illustration of a woman beside her clothesline, holding up a pair of pants, upside down. Her washtub is beside her, and a basket on the ground behind her.

Other Info.: According to the envelope the negative was found in, this is from “The Hired Girl.” According to the ad, this could be a Denver, Colo., publication.

Related to: E17-K (Envelope containing negatives of illustrations for “The Hired Girl”), N195-K (Gold Dust Washing Powder ad from “The Hired Girl”), N197-K (Advertisement of woman by chicken pen in “The Hired Girl” in Denver, Colo.), N198-K (Illustration of woman cranking a cream seperator in “The Hired Girl”),

Subject: “The Hired Girl” magazine or other publication, advertisement, Denver Best, Denver Colorado, illustration, The Colorado Soap Co., The Denver Soap Co., The Union Soap Co., washtub, woman at clothesline,

Call No: N197-K

Description: Advertisement of woman by chicken pen in “The Hired Girl” in Denver, Colo.

Date of origin: Jan. 29, 1916

Type: Negative

Size: 3 15/16 x 4 15/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[at bottom of ad] A Winner [at top of ad] IRTY-FIRST YEAR; DENVER, COLORADO, JANUARY 29, 1916; WHOLE NUMBER 1565

Provenance: “The Hired Girl”

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman is closing door to chicken pen and stepping out of door. She has a basket filled with eggs in her arm. There are chickens on the ground inside the pen. This is an illustration from a magazine or other publication.

Other Info.: According to the envelope the negative was found in, this illustration is from “The Hired Girl,” possibly a Denver, Colorado, publication.

Related to: E17-K (Envelope containing negatives of illustrations for “The Hired Girl”), N195-K (Gold Dust Washing Powder ad from “The Hired Girl”), N196-K (Denver Best soap advertisement from “The Hired Girl”), N198-K (Illustration of woman cranking a cream seperator in “The Hired Girl”),

Subject: “The Hired Girl” magazine or other publication, advertisement, basket, chicken pen, Colorado, Denver Colorado, woman,

Call No: N198-K

Description: Illustration of woman cranking a cream seperator in “The Hired Girl”

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 15/16 x 4 7/8

Condition: Good

Content:

save labor./ COST since while De Leval Cream Seperator may c/ than a poor one to begin with it will last from ten to t/ while other seperators wea/ to be replaced in from one t/ PROFIT in more and bet/ less labor and effort, every/ through the machine, twic/ times a year for every yea/ lasts./ SATIS/ which is/ eration/ come fro/ have the/ with whi/ you are/ complish/ sible res/ [rest is even more cut off and hard to distinguish words.]

Provenance: “The Hired Girl” magazine or publication

Miscellaneous Info.:

An illustration of a woman cranking a manual cream seperator. Can see milk pouring into one container, while cream is put in another. It has a hand crank. There is ad print around the illustration, like this is part of an advertisement.

Other Info.: According to envelope the negative was found in, it is from “The Hired Girl,” a magazine or other Denver, Colorado publication.

Related to: E17-K (Envelope containing negatives of illustrations for “The Hired Girl”), N195-K (Gold Dust Washing Powder ad from “The Hired Girl”), N196-K (Denver Best soap advertisement from “The Hired Girl”), N197-K (Advertisement of woman by chicken pen in “The Hired Girl” in Denver, Colo.),

Subject: “The Hired Girl” magazine or other publication, advertisement, butterchurn, Colorado, cream seperator, Denver Colorado, illustration, milk, woman,

Call No: N199-A5d

Description: Gen. Coronado’s Museum

Date of origin: 1961

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/8

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Kodak safety film; 1 A

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative is of a building, rectangle shape with a door showing and many windows. Also has a telephone pole and lines in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to: P359-A5d (Gen. Coronado’s Museum),

Subject: General Coronado, museum,

Call No: N2-E1a6

Description: “Sharkey” the Famous Bucking Bull

Date of origin: 1913

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

12 P 11 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film “Sharkey” “The Famous Bucking Bull” 1913 Doubleday – Gustin

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy is bucked off big bull; bull has saddle on it; grandstands in the back

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bucking bull, cowboy, cowboy hat, Doubleday – Gustin, fence, Kodak, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddle, Sharkey,

Call No: N20-E1a2

Description: Tex Crockett on “South Dakota” at Cheyenne, Wyo., rodeo

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Tex Crockett on “South Dakota” Cheyenne, Wyo. (copyright R.R. Doubleday) 90684

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bareback at rodeo; cowboy and horse are up in the air; cowboys and specatators sit on gate fence in background; cowboy on horse at far right

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1956, bareback, Cheyenne Wyoming, cowboys, horses, R.R. Doubleday, rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators, Tex Crockett,

Call No: N200-A2b11

Description: Old ranch house

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 5

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Kodak safety film; 1 A

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative is of a ruined building on the plains. There is brush or grass in the front. Wood or something is in the grass in the foreground. Possibly a piece of fence.

Other Info.: N200 and N201 are on the same film strip. They appear to be of the same building, but at a different angle.

Related to: N201-A2b11 (Old ranch house), P333-A2b11 (Old ranch house), P334-A2b11 (Old ranch house),

Subject: Ranch house, Ruins,

Call No: N201-A2b11

Description: Old ranch house

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 5

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Kodak safety film Kodak; 2

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative is of a ruined building on the plains. There is brush or grass in the foreground. Wood or something is in the grass in the foreground. Possibly a piece of fence.

Other Info.: N200 and N201 are on same film strip. They appear to be the same thing but from slightly different angle.

Related to: N200-A2b11 (Old ranch house), P333-A2b11 (Old ranch house), P334-A2b11 (Old ranch house),

Subject: Ranch house, Ruins,

Call No: N202-D1a3

Description: Branding on the plains

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 3/8 x 2 7/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[on negative] #30 BRANDING ON THE PLAINS [on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

5 cowboys in negative branding cattle. One cowboy has branding iron and is about to brand a cow that is on the ground. Two cowboys hold the cow down; other cowboy standing behind the one with the branding iron. Another cowboy is to the left wrestling with another cow. Large herd of cattle in background.

Other Info.:

Related to: P55-D1a3 (Branding a cow),

Subject: branding, cattle, cattle herd, cowboys, Men, pasture, plains,

Call No: N203-H1g

Description: Two women with wheelbarrow

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 1 11/16 x 2 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[front] (two red lines) x crop x, x crop x

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative of 2 women with wheelbarrow full of chips. Wagon in background and 2 buildings

Other Info.: Negative was in a negative envelope with “Kansas women gathering cow chips” written in red ink. This envelope was in a mat/frame which says “Kansas women gathering cow chips – 1880-90 era Neg only”

Related to: E19 (Negative envelope), M/F3 (Kansas women gathering cow chips), P134-H1g (Two women with wheelbarrow),

Subject: building, chips, No Man’s Land, wagon, wheelbarrow, women,

Call No: N204-A2b11

Description: Robbers roost

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 1 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

On negative: Robbers roost on Vigilante trail 10

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative was in a negative envelope with “Negative – ‘Robbers Roost’ ; 4 with a circle around it ; 2 V copies = 2 – 5×7 1 each” written on it. This negative envelope was in a mat/frame with “Robbers Roost” – Mont. written on it.

Other Info.: Negative is of a building with trees on the side of it. There appears to be another building behind and to the side of it. Appears to be 2 story with decks on each level.

Related to: M/F4 (Robbers Roost Montana), P444-A2b11 (Robbers Roost), PC51-A2b11 (Robbers Roost),

Subject: building, house, Montana, Robbers Roost, trees, Vigilante trail,

Call No: N205-A3p

Description: Billy Custer and Lee Larrabee

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 1 11/16

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative was in a negative envelope with: 1. Billy Custer, Rancher – Store keeper 2. Lee Larrabee, clerk (later prominent businessman at Liberal, Ks. written on it.
This negative envelope was in a mat/frame with: 1. Billy Custer, Rancher and Store Owner (derby hat) 2. Lee Larrabee, Store clerk, later prominent businessman at Liberal, Ks. written on it.

Other Info.: Negative is a picture of 2 men in a wagon pulled by 1 or 2 horses. There is a big building in the background.

Related to: M/F5 (Billy Custer and Lee Larrabee), P442-A3p (Billy Custer and Lee Larrabee),

Subject: Billy Custer, building, horses, Kansas, Lee Larrabee, Liberal Kansas, Rancher, Store, Store owner, wagon,

Call No: N206-F1a

Description: Georgia Fix

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 1 11/16 x 2 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative was in a negative envelope with: Negative Dr. Fix written on it.
This envelope was in a mat/frame with: Dr. Georgia Fix. written on it.

Other Info.: Negative is a portrait of a woman sitting in a chair leaning on a table or desk.

Related to: E22 (Georgia Fix), M/F6 (Georgia Fix), P445-F1a (Dr. Georgia (Arbuckle) Fix), P446-F1a (Dr. Georgia Fix), P211-D2b (Seeding watermelons),

Subject: Doctor, Dr. Georgia Fix, Georgia Arbuckle Fix, Negative, woman,

Call No: N207-A2a12

Description: Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 1 13/16 x 2 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

On negative: E YELLOWSTONE 143 164

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative was in a negative envelope with: “Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone” 3 circled; 1 V copy = 1 – 5×7 Crop as shown. written on it. This negative envelope was in a mat/frame with Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone R. written on it.

Other Info.: Negative is of teepees on the plains.

Related to: E23 (Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone), M/F7 (Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone), P447-A2a12 (Cheyenne Indian Camp on Yellowstone River),

Subject: Cheyenne, Indian camp, plains, Teepee, Tepees, Yellowstone,

Call No: N208-F2d1

Description: Liberal Band

Date of origin: 1888-1889

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 1 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative was in mat/frame which has: Liberal Band (underlined) – 1888-9 written on it.

Other Info.: Negative has 11 men standing together. All have an instrument in their hands. They are standing on a wooden sidewalk in front of a building with four big windows. There are two buildings on either side of the main building.

Related to: M/F8 (Liberal Band), P449-F2d1 (Liberal Band),

Subject: Instruments, Kansas, Liberal Band, Liberal Kansas, Men,

Call No: N209-D1a2

Description: Cy Hagadone and cowboys

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 4 1/2 x 2 7/8

Condition: Good

Content:

“Doc” Hagadone written on negative.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

“Doc” Frank Hagadone, half-brother of Cy Hagadone, old Olive ranch foreman for Olive Brothers in the 1880s. The men are enjoying a friendly card game and a drink along the cattle trail. The time appears to be the late Eighties and no others in the photograph are identified.

Other Info.: This negative was in a mat/frame with: Cy Hagadone + Cowboys – Montana written on it.NOTE: Negative says Doc Hagadone and Mat/Frame says Cy Hagadone.

Related to: M/F9 (Cy Hagadone + Cowboys), P440-D1a2 (Cy Hagadone and cowboys), P441-D1a2 (Cy Hagadone and cowboys),

Subject: Card playing, cowboys, Cy Hagadone, Doc Hagadone, Frank Hagadone, horses, Montana, Trail,

Call No: N21-E1a4

Description: Billie Kingham rides saddlebronc at North Platte, Neb., rodeo

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 5/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Billie Kingham riding a nice gentle saddle pony North Platte, Nebr. (Doubleday) 90697

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy is about to be bucked off saddlebronc; horse and rider are standing on back feet; 2 cowboys on ground to left beside horse; cowboy on horseback in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Billie Kingham, cowboys, Doubleday, fence, horses, North Platte Nebraska, rodeo, saddlebronc, trees,

Call No: N210-D1a1

Description: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 15/16 x 2 5/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This negative was in a negative envelope that was placed in a mat/frame.
Negative envelope says: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation ; 1 circled ; 1 V odd = 1-5×7 ; 1 each

Mat/frame says: Issuing Cattle to Indians on Rosebud Reservation – (neg. only)

Other Info.: Negative is of corralled cows. There are people on horseback and standing outside of the corral.

Related to: E24 (Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation), M/F10 (Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation), P201-D1a1 (Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation),

Subject: cattle, fence, horses, Indians, Longhorns, pen, Reservations, Rosebud Reservation, Texas trail herds, Todd County S.D.,

Call No: N211-D1a3

Description: Butchering on Custer Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 1 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative shows a cow carcass hung up with the stomachs on the ground. There are 3 men, 1 woman and 1 child standing behind the A frame.

Other Info.: Negative was in a negative envelope which says: Butchering day on Custer Ranch on Cimarron R.Negative envelope was in a mat/frame which says: Butchering on Custer Ranch – Cimarron River

Related to: E25 (Butchering on Custer Ranch), M/F11 (Butchering on Custer Ranch), P439-D1a3 (Butchering on Custer Ranch Cimarron River),

Subject: 1888, Billy Custer, Butchering, Cimarron River, Custer Ranch, Kansas,

Call No: N212-D1b

Description: Texas longhorns in Valentine, Nb game refuge

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 1 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Negative has red lines with 4 x’s.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This negative was in a negative envelope with two other negatives. The negative envelope was in a mat/frame.

Negative envelope says: 1. Texas Longhorns (in Valentine, Nbr. game refuge) 2. Old Fort Union ruins 3. Harvesting wheat with header + header barges (wagons) 3 negatives

Mat/frame says: Three Large Photos : 1. Texas Longhorns 2. Ruins at Old Fort Union, N. Mex. 3. Harvesting wheat with header.

Other Info.: Negative is of longhorn cattle.

Related to: E26 (Negative envelope), M/F12 (Three large photos mat/frame), N213-A5e (Old Fort Union ruins), N214-F2f6 (Harvesting wheat), P436-D1b (Long Horn Steer),

Subject: Game Refuge, Longhorns, open range, plains, Shrubs, Texas, Valentine Nebraska,

Call No: N213-A5e

Description: Old Fort Union ruins

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 1 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Negative has red lines and x’s on it and “Make 5×7” and another word not legible [pas shiver]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative is of building ruins possible brick.

Other Info.:

Related to: E26 (Negative envelope), M/F12 (Three large photos mat/frame), P437-A5e (Sentinels at Old Fort Union), N212-D1b (Texas longhorns in Valentine, Nb game refuge),

Subject: buildings, Fort Union, New Mexico, Rocks, Ruins,

Call No: N214-F2f6

Description: Harvesting wheat

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 1 3/4

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative is of men harvesting wheat with horse and mule powered machines. There are 6 men in the picture.

Other Info.:

Related to: E26 (Negative envelope), M/F12 (Three large photos mat/frame), P427-F2f6 (Farmers baling hay), P433-F2f6 (farmers baling hay), N212-D1b (Texas longhorns in Valentine, Nb game refuge),

Subject: Farmers, Harvest, Header, Header barges, horses, Men, Mules, Wagons, Wheat,

Call No: N215-F1a

Description: Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 3/8

Condition: Fair

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Labeled as Plastics. It looks like a negative but feels like plastic, smooth on one side and rough on the other.
Was in a folded Southwest Daily Times advertising copy paper with 3 other plastics.

Other Info.: Is a picture of Catherine Chrisman standing on Palo Duro Red Rock.

Related to: C18 (Advertising copy paper), N216-A2b11 (Green Stone house), N217-A2a3 (Larrabee home), N218-A5a (Map of Oklahoma – hand drawn), P183-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro),

Subject: 1960, Catherine Chrisman, open range, Palo Duro, Red Rock, Wood logs,

Call No: N216-A2b11

Description: Green Stone house

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 5 3/8 x 4 5/16

Condition: Poor

Content:

In red barely legible: The old Green Ranch House

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Labeled as Plastics. It looks like a negative but feels like plastic, smooth on one side and rough on the other.
Was in a folded Southwest Daily Times advertising copy paper with 3 other plastics.

Other Info.: This is in very poor condition. It is hard to see the picture. There is a house and 1 or 2 people standing in front of the house. There is a possible fence also.

Related to: C18 (Advertising copy paper), N215-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N217-A2a3 (Larrabee home), N218-A5a (Map of Oklahoma – hand drawn),

Subject: building, fence, Green Stone house, people,

Call No: N217-A2a3

Description: Larrabee home

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 9 3/16 x 6 5/16

Condition: Good

Content:

Signs in the picture: CITIZENS STATE BANK; TUCKER; WARREN HOTEL; POOL.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Labeled as Plastics. It looks like a negative but feels like plastic, smooth on one side and rough on the other.
Was in a folded Southwest Daily Times advertising copy paper with 3 other plastics.

Other Info.: Negative is of a house being moved on a trailer. It is being pulled by a truck. There is a man walking backwards guiding the truck. There are people watching from the sidewalk, some have bicycles. There are automobiles parked on the side of the street.

Related to: C18 (Advertising copy paper), N215-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N216-A2b11 (Green Stone house), N218-A5a (Map of Oklahoma – hand drawn),

Subject: automobile, home, House moving, Larrabee, Moving, people, street, town,

Call No: N218-A5a

Description: Map of Oklahoma – hand drawn

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 5 7/16 x 5 9/16

Condition:

Content:

[front] Irvin Green, 2-27-61; Hi-way 54/64, Beaver River, Guymon, Coldwater, Hardesty, Duro – Palo Duro, Okla. 3, Boyd, Balco, Gray, Lone Rock, Pa’s Stone House, Red Rock.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Labeled as Plastics. It looks like a negative but feels like plastic, smooth on one side and rough on the other.
Was in a folded Southwest Daily Times advertising copy paper with 3 other plastics.

Other Info.: Plastic negative is of a map of Oklahoma.

Related to: C18 (Advertising copy paper), N217-A2a3 (Larrabee home), N216-A2b11 (Green Stone house), N215-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro),

Subject: Balco Oklahoma, Beaver River, Boyd Oklahoma, Coldwater Oklahoma, Gray Oklahoma, Guymon Oklahoma, Hardesty Oklahoma, Hiway 54/64, Irvin Green, Oklahoma, Palo Duro Lone Rock, Red Rock, Stone house,

Call No: N22-F1a

Description: Prairie Rose at Cheyenne Frontier Days

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Prairie Rose Cheyenne Frontier ) 90689

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman dressed in western attire stands beside a horse with saddle; full-body picture

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cheyenne Wyoming, cowboy boots, cowboy hat, horse, Prairie Rose, saddle, woman,

Call No: N23-E1a6

Description: Jim Wilkes on “Tombstone Maude” at Ogallala Roundup

Date of origin: 1918

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Jim Wilkes on “Tombstone Maude” Ogallala Round-Up – copyright D.F.P.Co.Inc. [1918] 90695

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bareback at rodeo; 2 cowboys on horses stand in background to the left.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bareback riding, cowboys, D.F.P.Co. Inc., fence, grandstand, horses, Jim Wilkes, Ogallala Nebraska, Ogallala Roundup, rodeo, rodeo arena, Tombstone Maude, trees,

Call No: N24-E1a4

Description: Leonard Stroud does trick riding at Alliance, Neb., rodeo

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Leonard Stroud going under neck of running horse Alliance, Nebr.) (D.F.P.Co.) 90617

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy goes under neck of running horse; he’s reaching for saddle

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Alliance Nebraska, cowboy, D.F.P.Co., fence, ladder, Leonard Stroud, posts, rodeo, rodeo arena, running horse, saddle, trick riding,

Call No: N25-E1a6

Description: Leonard Stroud trick riding

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Leonard Stroud trick riding (D.F.P.Co.) 90691

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

cowboy does trick riding – he’s got his legs in the air behind horse’s head; his head is in the saddle; horse is running.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboy, D.F.P.Co., fence, Leonard Stroud, rodeo, rodeo arena, running horse, track, trick riding, wooden posts,

Call No: N26-E1a6

Description: Giles Essex on “Outlaw”

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Giles Essex on “Outlaw” (copyright symbol) H. Myers 90690

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc; horse and rider face right and away from camera.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Outlaw”, cowboy, Giles Essex, H. Myers, horse, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc,

Call No: N27-E1a5

Description: Henry Warren at Pendleton, Oregon, rodeo

Date of origin: 1913

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 5/6″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

No. 47-A Henry Warren Copyright 1913 by W.S. Bowma sign – Pendleton 90688

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc; another cowboy on ground in front of horse; grandstands in background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bucking horse, cowboys, Henry Warren, Pendleton Oregon, saddlebronc, sign, spectators, W.S. Bowma,

Call No: N28-E1a4

Description: Leonard Stroud trick riding at Alliance, Nebraska

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 11/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Leonard Stroud going under neck of running horse Alliance, Nebr.) (D.F.P.Co.) 90700

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy performs trick riding and goes under neck of horse; looks like he’s reaching for the saddle.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Alliance Nebraska, cowboy, D.F.P.Co., fence, Leonard Stroud, rodeo, rodeo arena, running horse, track ladder, trick riding,

Call No: N29-E1a5

Description: Pendleton, Oregon, roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Pendleton Roundup (Doubleday) 90664

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboys and others gather inside arena for rodeo; grandstands in background are packed with people.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, Doubleday, fence, horses, Oregon, Pendleton, Pendleton Roundup, rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators, trees,

Call No: N3-E1a6

Description: Myrtle Cox on “Dutch Anne” at Ogallala Round-up

Date of origin: 1918

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

2 1 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film Myrtle Cox taming “Dutch Anne” Ogallala Roundup Copyright 1918, D.F.P.Co.Inc.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

woman rides saddlebronc at rodeo.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: D.F.P.Co. Inc., Dutch Anne, horse, Kodak, Myrtle Cox, Ogallala Roundup, rodeo, saddlebronc, trees,

Call No: N30-E1a4

Description: Frank Carter on “Two Step” at North Platte, Neb. Roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 5/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Frank Carter on “Two Step” North Platte Roundup 19 Stryker 90665

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cwoboy rides saddlebronc; 3 cowboys on horseback in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Two Step”, cowboys, Frank Carter, horses, North Platte Nebraska, North Platte Roundup, Poles, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc, Stryker,

Call No: N31-E1a6

Description: Red Sublett riding “Topsey”

Date of origin: 1922

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Red Sublett riding “Topsey” (copyright 1922 R.R. Doubleday) 90666 Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bucking bull; bull is off the ground, facing away from the camera and to the left; cowboy on horse back in background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1962, bullriding, cowboys, horse, Kodak, R.R. Doubleday, Red Sublett, rodeo, rodeo arena,

Call No: N32-E1a4

Description: Garfield Daniels riding bucking mule at North Platte, Neb., rodeo

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 5/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Garfield Daniels riding “Cases” Famous Bucking Mule North Platte, Nebr. (Doubleday) 90668

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bucking mule; man walks to the right in arena; two cowboys on horses at left; crowd gathered by fence

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: building, Case’s bucking mule, cowboys, Doubleday, fence, Garfield Daniels, horses, North Platte Nebraska, rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators,

Call No: N33-F1b

Description: Leonard Stroud twirls a lasso

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Leonard Stroud 0675

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy twirls lasso, possibly at a rodeo; buildings and telephone poles in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: buildings, cowboy, cowboy boots, lariat, lasso, Leonard Stroud, rodeo, rope, telephone poles, trees,

Call No: N34-E1a5

Description: Stagecoach race at Pendleton, Oregon, roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Stagecoach race Pendleton Roundup (Doubleday) 90676

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two stagecoaches, pulled by teams of horses, race down track; man with arms raised in background; grandstands full of people.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, Doubleday, grandstand, horses, Pendleton Oregon, Pendleton Roundup, race, rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators, stagecoaches,

Call No: N35-F2a1

Description: Indians watching roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Watching the roundup (Doubleday) 90677

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

3 indian men set on horses; dressed in typical indian attire

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Doubleday, hats, horses, Indian men, native american man, roundup,

Call No: N36-E1a6

Description: Bob Hall on “Benjamine Franklin” at Ritzville Roundup

Date of origin: 1923

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 5/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

“Benjamine Franklin” goes over backward with Bob Hall, Ritzville Roundup (copyright 1923 R.R. Doubleday) 90661

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man rides bucking horse; horse is standing almost straight up and tilted back; lone horse stands in background by fence.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Benjamine Franklin, Bob Hall, building, cowboy, fence, horses, R.R. Doubleday, Ritzville, Ritzville Roundup, rodeo, rodeo arena, trees,

Call No: N37-J2

Description: Billy the Kid spurs

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 6 1/4″

Condition: Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative shows a woman holding 2 spurs and a letter.

Other Info.:

Related to: L5-J2 (Letter from Hungate Family Historical Society), NC4-J2 (Affidavit says these spurs…),

Subject: Billy the Kid, Hugoton Kansas, Mrs. Loyd Curtis, spurs,

Call No: N38-A2b11

Description: House with fence

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 4 3/4″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

B, 2, Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of a house front and side view with fence in front and trees in back. Has chair on porch. Has building behind it.

Other Info.:

Related to: N39-A2b11 (Ranch long view), N40-A2b11 (House side view), N41-A2b11 (Back of house), P132-A2b11 (House with fence and trees), P133-A2b11 (Side view of house),

Subject: Chairs, fence, house, trees,

Call No: N39-A2b11

Description: Ranch long view

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 4 3/4″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

3, Kodak Safety Film, Kodak

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of a broad view of buildings, with a car and electric poles.

Other Info.:

Related to: N38-A2b11 (House with fence), N40-A2b11 (House side view), N41-A2b11 (Back of house), P132-A2b11 (House with fence and trees), P133-A2b11 (Side view of house),

Subject: buildings, car, electric poles, fence, land,

Call No: N4-F2a4

Description: Donna Card, Lorena Tricky, Mabel Strickland and Indians at Cheyenne Frontier Days

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

6 Kodak safety film Kodak safety film Doubleday (7) Donna Card Lorena Tricky Mabel Strickland and their Indian friends Cheyenne Frontier Days.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Three women stand with 2 indians and 1 indian child

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cheyenne Wyoming, Donna Card, Doubleday, fence, Indians, Kodak, Lorena Tricky, Mabel Strickland, Native Americans,

Call No: N40-A2b11

Description: House side view

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 5″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Kodak

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative has scratches on the top. Picture of side and front view with building in the back.

Other Info.:

Related to: N38-A2b11 (House with fence), N39-A2b11 (Ranch long view), N41-A2b11 (Back of house), P132-A2b11 (House with fence and trees), P133-A2b11 (Side view of house),

Subject: buildings, Chairs, house, trees,

Call No: N41-A2b11

Description: Back of house

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 5″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

A1, Kodak Safety Fill, Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of back of house with building behind it and tree to the side. Overturned chair on porch.

Other Info.:

Related to: N38-A2b11 (House with fence), N39-A2b11 (Ranch long view), N40-A2b11 (House side view), P132-A2b11 (House with fence and trees), P133-A2b11 (Side view of house),

Subject: buildings, chair, house, porch, trees,

Call No: N42-E1a4

Description: Grand PA Douglas at North Platte, Nebraska, rodeo

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90694; Grand PA Douglas on Eddie Wells, “North Platte, Nebr. (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc at rodeo; horse’s hind legs in air, head down; rider’s hand raised

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboy, Doubleday, Eddie Wells, fence, Grand PA Douglas, horse, North Platte Nebraska, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc,

Call No: N43-E1a5

Description: Mable Strickland roping at Pendleton, Oregon, Roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Mable Strickland roping at Pendleton Round-Up 90680; safety film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman cowboy ropes calf during rodeo; woman on right with hands in air; calf on ground; horse in front facing grandstands; grandstands full of people

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: calf, calves, female cowboy, grandstand, horses, Mable Strickland, Pendleton Oregon, Pendleton Roundup, rodeo, rodeo arena, rope lariat, spectators, trees,

Call No: N44-E1a5

Description: Frank Smith bulldogging at Pendleton, Oregon, Round-Up

Date of origin: 1923

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90679; Frank Smith Bulldogging Pendleton Round-Up ([copyright symbol] 1923 R.R. Doubleday); Kodak

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy wrestles steer at rodeo; cowboy on horse to left; cowboy with steer; horse running beside cowboy and steer; circular track; grandstands full of people

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bulldogging event, cowboys, fence, Frank Smith, grandstand, horses, Kodak, Pendleton Oregon, Pendleton Round-up, R.R. Doubleday, spectators,

Call No: N45-E1a6

Description: Mable Strickland on “Chickasha”

Date of origin: 1923

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 5/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90681; Mable Strickland on “Chickasha” (Copyright 1923, R.R. Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

woman rides saddlebronc at rodeo; horse’s back legs in the air; horse and rider in front of gates; grandstands full of people

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Chickasha, female cowboy, grandstand, Mable Strickland, R.R. Doubleday, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc, spectators, wooden gates, wooden posts,

Call No: N46-E1a4

Description: Frank Carter on “Slipery Pete” at North Platte, Nebraska, rodeo

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90667; Frank Carter on “Slipery Pete” North Platte, Neb., (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc at rodeo; cowboy and horse face left; horse’s front feet tucked under head; back legs on ground; rider has one arm in air.

Other Info.:

Related to: P110-E1a4 (Frank Carter on “Slipery Pete”),

Subject: cowboy, Doubleday, Frank Carter, horse, Nebraska, North Platte, poles fence, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc, Slippery Pete,

Call No: N47-F1a

Description: Donna Card

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90699; “Donna Card” (D.F.P.Co.Inc.)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman stands in what might be a campsight; she’s holding a wide-brimmed hat; tent and trees in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: campsite, D.F.P.Co. Inc., Donna Card, hat, shadow, tent, trees, woman,

Call No: N48-E1a4

Description: [Willie] Barker on “Sundance” at North Platte, Nebraska, round-up

Date of origin: 1919

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

illie Baker on Sundance” rth Platte Roundup – 1919 Stryker; 90693; Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc at rodeo; other cowboy on ground at left; saddlebronc horse standing on back legs – rear to camera; rider looks like he’s going to fall to the left; horse stands at right.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: [Willie] Baker, 1957, cowboys, horses, Kodak, North Platte Nebraska, North Platte round-up, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc, Stryker,

Call No: N49-E1a5

Description: Canutt riding “Monkey Wrench” at Pendleton, Oregon, Roundup

Date of origin: 1918

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 7/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

ima Canutt leaving “Monkey Wrench” endleton Roundup (Copyright 1918, D.F.P.Co.Inc.); 90698

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bareback at rodeo; cowboy looks like he’s getting bucked off; horse faces left, with front feet off the ground; cowboys on horses in background; people in grandstands

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Monkey Wrench”, bareback, Canutt, cowboys, D.F.P.Co. Inc., grandstands rodeo, horses, Pendleton Oregon, Pendleton Roundup, rodeo arena spectators fence,

Call No: N5-E1a6

Description: John Hartwig on “Bovolo Pug”

Date of origin: 1922

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

2 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film John Hartwig thrown from “Bovolo Pug” (copyright 1922 R.R. Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy is bucked off of a bull at a rodeo

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Bovolo Pug”, bull, bull riding, cowboy, fence, John Hartwig, Kodak, R.R. Doubleday, rodeo, rodeo arena, steer, trees,

Call No: N50-F1b

Description: [R.R. Doubleday]

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90686; Kodak safety film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

[R.R. Doubleday] poses for picture; he’s wearing hat, tie with swirls on it; shirt, pants and belt; picture from head to above the knee.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboy hat, Kodak, R.R. Doubleday, tie with swirls, trees,

Call No: N51-E1a6

Description: Ray Bell in steer roping contest

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90673; Kodak safety film; Ray Bell in steer roping contest, (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy on horse twirls a rope to catch a steer at a rodeo; horse and steer are running to the left; cluster of other cowboys and horses in background at right.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, Doubleday, fence, horses, Kodak, Ray Bell, rodeo, rodeo arena, rope or lariat, steer, steer roping, trees,

Call No: N52-E1a6

Description: Bareback riding at Alliance Nebraska rodeo

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 5/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Bareback riding Alliance Rodeo (Doubleday); 90685

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bareback at rodeo; horse is facing left, with back legs in air to kick; cowboy on horse at right; other cowboys and horses at left; cars line fence in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Alliance Nebraska, Alliance rodeo, automobile, bareback riding, building, cowboys, Doubleday, fence, horses, rodeo arena,

Call No: N53-I3

Description: Two deer stuck together in snow storm

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 11/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

The Finished figh[t]; 90674

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two deer die in snowstorm; antlers intertwined; one deer is partially decomposed or scavenged; think they were fighting at time of storm

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: antlers, Snow, snow storm, stump, tree, two deer,

Call No: N54-E1a6

Description: Charlie Johnson thrown from wild steer

Date of origin: 1923

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90662; Charlie Johnson throw from wild steer. (1923 R.R. Doubleday copyright)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Bull throws rider to ground; bull is facing right; rider lands on head, legs straight in air; fence with people on it in background; trees in background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Charlie Johnson, cowboys, fence, R.R. Doubleday, rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators, steer, trees,

Call No: N55-E1a6

Description: Buddy Timmons on Jack Dempsey

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 5/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90663; Buddy Timmons on Jack Dempsey ( [copyright symbol] R.R. Doubleday); ak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bareback at a rodeo; horse and rider face left; horse’s front feet in air; rider’s legs above horse; grandstands filled with people in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bareback, Buddy Timmons, cowboys, horse, Jack Dempsey, Kodak, Liberal Memorial Library, R.R. Doubleday, rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators,

Call No: N56-E1a5

Description: Studnick on Phillip Rollins at Pendleton, Oregon, Roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 5/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Studnick on “Phillip Rollins” Pendleton Round-Up 90670; film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc at rodeo; horse faces camera, with front legs in air; other cowboy on horse to right; cowboys on ground at left and in background; grandstands in background full of people

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Phillip Rollins”, cowboys, grandstand, horses, Pendleton, Pendleton Roundup, rodeo, saddlebronc, spectators, Studnick, trees,

Call No: N57-E1a4

Description: High jumping horse at Alliance, Nebraska

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 3/4 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

90672; High jumping horse, Alliance, Nebr. (Van [Graven])

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman rides jumping horse; horse is jumping over bar, two men hold the bar; grandstands in background and automobile in background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Alliance Nebraska, female cowboy, fence, grandstand, high jumping horse, Men, posts, rodeo, rodeo arena, Van Graven,

Call No: N58-F2a3

Description: Girls on horseback

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 4 3/4″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Kodak Safety Film; 5D

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 2 young girls on horseback walking along a fence line with a rock line on the ground to the side of them. 5D is on side of negative.

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: children, girls, horses, riding,

Call No: N59-F2a3

Description: Girls on horseback

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 4 3/4″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Kodak Safety Film; 6

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 2 young girls on horseback standing still. One horse’s head is looking to the side. Trees in background. 6 is on side of negative.

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: children, girls, horses, riding,

Call No: N6-F1b

Description: Col. Idaho Bill

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Col. Idaho Bill D.F.P. Co. [sign] Frontier Days Contest Not a wild west [….?]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man dressed in Buffalo Bill clothes stands in front of Frontier Days sign

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, Col. Idaho Bill, cowboy boots, D.F.P.Co., fence, fringed coat, Frontier Days, hat, sign,

Call No: N60-F2fc

Description: Don Bons at Dinner – chuckwagon dinner

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 3/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Don Bons at dinner No. 9 (enclosed in box) J.J. Outfit Photo by R.W. Day Dory [Kay?] (enclosed in box) 8; F; Kodak Safety Film; Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboys sit in front of chuckwagon eating; 9 cowboys; chuckwagon loaded with supplies at right; cows in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: chuckwagon, cowboys, cows, Don Bons, Dory, eating utensils, J.J. Outfit, Kodak, plains food, R.W. Day,

Call No: N61-A5a

Description: Round-Up on Goodnight Ranch, Clark Co., Kansas

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 5/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

9; G10; Kodak Safety Film; Kodak Safety Film; Round-up on Goodnight Ranch Clark Co., Kas. “Day Photo”

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboys on horses in front of cattle herd; on the plains; two wagons, both with tops.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Clark County Kansas, cow herd, cowboys, cows, Day, Goodnight Ranch, Kodak, plains, roundup, wagons horses,

Call No: N62-F2f1

Description: Changing mounts – J.J. Outfit

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 3/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

2; 8; Kodak; No. 13 (enclosed in box) Day Photo (underlined) Changing mounts J.J. Outfit

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboys change horses; several horses, three to four cowboys on plains; tent or other shelter to right

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, Day, horses, J.J. Outfit, Kodak, plains, ropes, saddles, tent,

Call No: N63-5a

Description: Smith ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 5″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Kodak safety film; 1A

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a ranch with a white fence, cows and trees. There is a pasture in the foreground.

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: cows, fence, horses, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: N64-5a

Description: Smith ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 5″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Kodak Safety Film; 2B

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a ranch with 2 buildings, white fence, trees and pasture in foreground.

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: cows, fence, horses, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: N65-5a

Description: Negative of a boy

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 5″

Condition: Good

Content:

Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a young boy in far ground with trees behind him. There are rocks on the ground in front of him.

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: 1876, Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, children, cows, fence, horses, Kodak Safety Film, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch, trees,

Call No: N66-5a

Description: Negative of a boy standing on a rock

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 5″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Kodak Safety Film; 4C

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a boy standing on a rock with a line of rocks on ground in front of him. Trees in background. Fence on the side of him.

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: 1876, Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, children, fence, Kodak Safety Film, Ox corral, Oxen, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: N67-5a

Description: 2 girls on horseback negative

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 5″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Kodak Safety Film; 7E

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 2 young girls on horses standing still. Both horses are looking at camera.

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: 1876, Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, children, cows, fence, horses, horses cows trees fence boy oxen, Kodak Safety Film, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch, trees,

Call No: N68-5a

Description: Negative of open range with a fence

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 5″

Condition: Good

Content:

Kodak Safety Film; 8F

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of open range with a fence in middle of picture. Trees in background and to the side.

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: 1876, Adobe Walls Trail, Kodak Safety Film, Ox corral, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch, trees,

Call No: N69-5a

Description: Negative of open range with trees

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 2 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Kodak Safety Film; 9

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of open range with trees and shadows.

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: 1876, Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch, trees,

Call No: N7-E1a4

Description: Phill Yoder on “Nigger Eye” at Scotch Bluffs, Neb., rodeo

Date of origin: July 4-5-6 1922

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

8 7 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film Phil Yoder on Nigger Eye at American Legions 1st Annual Rodeo July 4-5-6 1922 at Scotch Bluffs, Neb. Photo by C.F. Smith

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc during rodeo; other cowboys and spectators along fence in background

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: American Legion, C.F. Smith, cowboys, fence, Kodak, Nigger Eye (horse), Phill Yoder, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddle bronc, Scottsbluff Nebraksa, spectators, trees,

Call No: N70-F2f1

Description: Cowboys watering horses while rounding up cattle

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 3/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

11; H; Kodak Safety Film; Kodak Safety Film; No. 17

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

5 cowboys on horseback in stream; horses drinking; cattle on plains in background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, cowboys, horses, Kodak, plains, stream, water,

Call No: N71-F1b

Description: cowboy and horse

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

11; H; Kodak Safety Film; Kodak Safety Film; A son of the Plains No. 22 Day Photo

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man (cowboy) stands at right, horse to his left; man holding rope to horse’s bridle; horse is facing man.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboy, cowboy hat, gun belt, horse, Kodak, plains, saddle, scarf,

Call No: N72-B2a

Description: Jim Hagan’s wagon at J.J. Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Jim Hagan’s Wagons “J.J. Ranch” Day photo; No 7; A; Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Wagon loaded with supplies at left; 3 cowboys around wagon and camp; group of horses at right; livestock of some kind in background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: camp, cowboys, Day, horses, J.J. Ranch, Jim Hagan, Kodak, plains, supplies, wagon,

Call No: N73-F1a

Description: Woman with wheelbarrow of cow chips

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 7/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

6; 7E; Kodak Safety Film; Kodak Safety Film; No. 18; Independence on the Plains. Gathering Chips.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Pioneer-dressed woman holds wheelbarrow full of cow chips.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Cow chips, Kodak, manure, pioneer woman, plains, wheelbarrow, woman,

Call No: N74-B1a1

Description: Automobile with trailer in front of residential home

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

VP (triangle with top pointed right) 3; VP (triangle with top pointed right) 4; VP (triangle with top pointed right); 6041; Kodak 6041 [tag] 4G23

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Car with trailer sits in driveway in front of residential house; trees, shrubs and bushes around house; large house with tile shingles. Other car in driveway.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: automobile, El Brendel, home, Kodak, residence, Shrubs, Trailer, trees,

Call No: N75-F24

Description: Man getting in car, woman standing beside car

Date of origin: 1935

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

VP (triangle with top pointing right) 1; VP (triangle with top pointing right) 2; Kodak VP 6041; Kodak VP; [tag] 1935 California 1H (DLR, each letter on top of the next, in a line) 743

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man about to get in car; automobile pulling trailer; woman at right wearing robe, hair possibly in curlers; man wearing suit

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: automobile, California, El Brendel, Kodak, man, Trailer, trees, woman,

Call No: N76-F1b

Description: Man working with dog at side

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 3/4″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

>5; VP (triangle with top pointing right)6; VP; Kodak VP6041; Kodak VP6041; AT-18-#20

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man is working with unknown tools at stand, which has items draped over it; dog standing at right and holding something in it’s mouth.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: building, dog, kettle, Kodak, man, pot, shirt, stand, tools,

Call No: N77-B1a1

Description: Men in car with travel trailer

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Kodak VP6041; Kodak VP6041; VP (triangle with top pointing right)17; VP (triangle with top pointing right)18 [tag] California 4W1764 [building] [?] Hofbrau

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two men sit in convertible automobile; car is pulling travel trailer; car parked in front of building

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: automobile, building, California, car, doorway, fence, Kodak, Men, travel trailer, Windows,

Call No: N78-F1a

Description: Mildred Douglas-World Champion Lady bronc-buster

Date of origin: 1918

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Mildred Douglas World Champion Lady bronc buster; copyright 19[18] D.F.P.Co., Inc.; FRONT; 7; Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman cowboy stands with one arm raised and the other at her side holding cowboy hat; vest and chaps have fringe and conchos.

Other Info.:

Related to: P205-F1a (Mildred Douglas-World Champion Lady bronc-buster),

Subject: cowboy hat, D.F.P.Co., female cowboy, fringed chaps boots, fringed vest, gloves, Kodak Safety Film, Mildred Douglas, woman conchos, World Champion lady bronc-buster,

Call No: N79-F1b

Description: Marion Eldridge, Sr.

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

9 10 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man stands at right with one hand on horse’s saddle; horse is at left with head looking forward.

Other Info.:

Related to: P207-F1b (Marion Eldridge, Sr.),

Subject: books, cowboy, Foreman, Hardesty Ranch, horse, Kodak Safety Film, man, Marion Eldridge Sr., Oklahoma Panhandle, saddle,

Call No: N8-E1a6

Description: Cowboy rides bareback mule

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

A Nebr. Mule with Texas Idea’s (D.F.P.Co.) 9 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

cowboy rides mule during rodeo; man on horse holds gun in air; grandstands with people

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bareback, bucking mule, cowboys, fence, grandstand, gun, horses, Kodak, Nebraska Texas D.F.P.Co., rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators,

Call No: N80-A2b11

Description: Old Rock House on Hardesy Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 9/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

11 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

House on plains; automobile beside house; windmill right behind house.

Other Info.:

Related to: P208-A2b11 (Old Rock House on Hardesy Ranch),

Subject: automobile, Cimarron Meridian, Hardesty Ranch, house, Kodak Safety Film, Oklahoma Panhandle, Old Rock House, plains, ranch, trees, windmill,

Call No: N81-J2

Description: Mrs. William Wyant at Adobe Walls, Texas, Monument

Date of origin: 1929

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 13/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Adobe Walls monument surrounded by fence; woman in hat stands beside fence; grass is tall, trees in background

Other Info.:

Related to: P210-J2 (Mrs. William Wyant at Adobe Walls, Texas, Monument),

Subject: Adobe Walls monument, Adobe Walls Texas, fence, grass, Mrs. William Wyant, trees, woman,

Call No: N82-J2

Description: Adobe Walls, Texas, Monument

Date of origin: 1929

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 7/8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

o Ansco Safety Film Dobe Walls, Texas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Adobe Walls monument surrounded by fence; people standing by fence; monument set off in the middle of plains.

Other Info.:

Related to: P209-J2 (Adobe Walls, Texas, Monument),

Subject: Adobe Walls monument, Adobe Walls Texas, Ansco Safety Film, brush grass, fence, hills, people, plains, Rocks,

Call No: N83-B2a

Description: Wagons pulled by several teams of mules

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2″

Condition: Good

Content:

Kodak safety film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

teams of mules pull three covered wagons; possibly eight mules

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: covered wagons, Kodak Safety Film, mule team, Mules, plains, supplies,

Call No: N84-F2b1

Description: Negative of Tom Babbitt’s Family

Date of origin: 1880-1900

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 2 7/16″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

left to right, Salema Myers, Mary Preston, Roy, Mama, Willis and myself.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of Tom Babbitt and his family at their home near Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Other Info.:

Related to: N85-F2i (Photo of school-age children – Tom Babbitt’s son), N86-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral), N87-F2a1 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming), P218-F2b1 (Mr. Babbitts and family),

Subject: house, Mary Preston, Mrs. Babbitt, Roy Babbitt, Salema Myers, Tom Babbitt, Willis Babbitt, windmill,

Call No: N85-F2i

Description: Photo of school-age children – Tom Babbitt’s son

Date of origin: 1880-1900

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 2 7/16″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Class photo of 11 children, 7 boys and 4 girls, possibly 2 of the boys belong to Tom Babbitt.

Other Info.:

Related to: N84-F2b1 (Negative of Tom Babbitt’s Family), N86-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral), N87-F2a1 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming), P219-F2i (Photo of school-age children),

Subject: Babbitt, children, Son, Walls,

Call No: N86-F2f1

Description: Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral

Date of origin: 1880-1900

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 2 7/16″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

TY FILM

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Negative for P220-F2f1
Negative is of Tom Babbitt and sons. Sons are on one horse. Tom is standing by a horse. There are two dogs and 3 cows. There is a fence and gate in background.

Other Info.:

Related to: N84-F2b1 (Negative of Tom Babbitt’s Family), N85-F2i (Photo of school-age children – Tom Babbitt’s son), N87-F2a1 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming), P220-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral),

Subject: boys, cattle, corral, dogs, gun, horses, rifle, Tom Babbitt,

Call No: N87-F2a1

Description: The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming

Date of origin: 1880-1900

Type: Negative

Size: 3 1/2 x 2 7/16″

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This is the negative to photo P221-F2a1
Negative is of men standingin rows. There are 13 men dressed in suits. There is a wall with windows behind them.

Other Info.:

Related to: N84-F2b1 (Negative of Tom Babbitt’s Family), N85-F2i (Photo of school-age children – Tom Babbitt’s son), N86-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral), P221-F2a1 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming), P221-F2a1C2 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: jury, Men, Tom Babbitt,

Call No: N88-F1b

Description: Ben Thompson posing for picture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 5/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Ben Thompson.
Kodak

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man poses for full-length photo. He’s wearing a long-tailed jacket (possibly white), stiped pants and a top hat. He’s holding some kind of cane or walking stick, and he’s leaning against a piece of furniture covered with a tapestry rug. Other furnishings and tapestries in background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Ben Thompson, Kodak, rugs, tapestry,

Call No: N89-F1b

Description: Man sitting on fallen tree

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on left side of negative] Kodak Safety Film [on right side of negative] 2 B

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man with mustache, wearing a plaid shirt, sits on a very large tree stump or fallen tree. Several trees in background behind the man. He is holding his cowboy hat in his hand; his foot is proped on one of the tree’s branches.

Other Info.: Might have come from Jed Smith folder.

Related to:

Subject: cowboy hat, Kodak, man in plaid shirt, trees,

Call No: N9-E1a6

Description: Cowboy on saddlebronc at Glendive Roundup

Date of origin: 1916

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 3 11/16″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

“A Nice Gentle Saddle Pony” Glendive Roundup “Copyright 1916 R.R. Doubleday” 5 4 Kodak Safety Film Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy is bucked off saddlebronc at rodeo; 3 or 4 cowboys on horses in background at right

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboy hat, cowboys, fence, Glendive, Glendive Roundup, horses, R.R. Doubleday, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc, trees,

Call No: N90-F1b

Description: Man standing on rolling plains area

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 1/2 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[on left side of negative] Kodak [on right side of negative] 2 B

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man stands alone on rolling plains which are covered with tall grasses and some bushes. The man is wearing a hat and dark clothing. He might have a mustache.

Other Info.: Might have come from Jed Smith folder.

Related to:

Subject: Bushes, hills, Kodak, man, tall grass,

Call No: N91-H1h

Description: Wagon Bed Springs Historical Marker

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[marker] Kansas Historical Marker Wagon Bed Springs TWO MILES SOUTHWEST WERE THE LOWER SPRINGS OF THE CIMARRON, AN “OASIS” IN DRY WEATHER WHERE SHORTCUTS OF THE SANTA FE TRAIL CONVERGED TO CONTINUE UP THE RIVER. THE MOST POPULAR CUT-OFF TURNED SOUTHWEST FROM THE ARKANSAS RIVER IN PRESENT GRAY COUNTY. THE 60-MILE STRETCH BETWEEN THE TWO RIVERS, KNOWN AS THE “JORNADA,” WAS A PERILOUS ROUTE FOR MEN AND ANIMALS IN DRY SEASONS WHEN WAGON TRAINS OFTEN RAN OUT OF WATER. HERE ALSO FIERCE PLAINS INDIANS FREQUENTLY ATTACKED AND PLUNDERED THE CARAVANS. NEAR HERE IN 1831 THE NOTED WESTERN EXPLORER AND FUR TRADER JEDEDIAH SMITH, LOST FOUR DAYS WITHOUT WATER, WAS KILLED BY COMANCHES JUST AS HE REACHED THE RIVER. LATE IN THE HISTORY OF THE TRAIL A WAGON BOX SET IN THE WATER GAVE THE SPRINGS THEIR NAME. LITTLE REMAINS OF THIS FAMOUS CAMPING PLACE, BUT WHEEL RUTS OF THE OLD TRAIL MAY STILL BE SEEN IN NEARBY AREAS. ERECTED BY KANSAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION. [side of negative] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Historical marker hangs from wooden posts. Grass and plains in background.

Other Info.: Might have been in the Jed Smith folder.Attached on same film strip as N92

Related to: N92-H1g (empty plains with yucca plants),

Subject: Arkansas River, Cimarron River, Gray County, Jedediah Smith, Kansas historical marker, Kansas Historical Society, Santa Fe Trail, State Highway Commission, Wagon Bed Springs Kansas,

Call No: N92-H1g

Description: empty plains with yucca plants

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[side of negative] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

empty, flat plains. Yucca plants and other vegetation visible. There is some other vegetation in background, but can’t make out what it is.

Other Info.: Might have been in Jed Smith folder.

Related to: N91-H1h (Wagon Bed Springs Historical Marker),

Subject: Kodak, plains, vegetation, yucca plants,

Call No: N93-F1b

Description: Person in cowboy hat poses for picture

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Fair

Content:

[side of negative] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Possibly a woman stands to the side for a photo. She has a white cowboy hat and jacket on; the jacket is embrodiered on the lapel with what looks like a flower. Other things in background, but can’t tell what.

Other Info.: negative has yellow-ish tint and hat staple marks in top corner.

Related to: E28 (Business men), N94-F2a1 (Group of Liberal men at Griffith and Baughman Headquarters),

Subject: cowboy hat, embroidered jacket, Kodak, person, woman,

Call No: N94-F2a1

Description: Group of Liberal men at Griffith and Baughman Headquarters

Date of origin: ca. 1920-1923

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[sign above men] INSURANCE (downward pointing arrow); [other sign above men] ?? Headquarters; Sales . Exchanges . rentals . Insurance; The “Easy Terms” People; Griggith & Baughman. [front of original photo] Griffith & Baughman 209 N. Kansas, Liberal, Kansas “The Easy Terms People” [back of original photo] John W. Baughman extreme right, standing back of man with cane. [note on back of original photo] Charles Hancock identified these Liberal men as some he had worked with during his Liberal years. Identified by Numbers are: 1. Bill Lampe; 2. Lee Larrabee; 3. Bruce Creel; 4. Al Blake; 5. Verne Griffith; 6. Earl Cooper; 7. Jason Hubbard; 8. Bill Antrim; 9. Ralph Colvin; 10. Joe Fuest; 11. Charles Taylor; 12. Mr. Romer; 13. John George; 14. Either H. Scandrett or C.D. Gasaway; 15. Bob Evans; 16. J.W. Bauersfield; 17. Brice Keating; 18. John Baughman; 21. Dr. George Smith. About 1920-1923. [on side of negative] Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Group of business-looking men sitting in front of store front; signs hanging overhead. Most of the men are wearing suites, coats and hats.

Other Info.: Two negatives from the same photo. Both numbered N94. Copy 2 is 2 7/16 by 2 1/2.

Related to: E28 (Business men), N93-F1b (Person in cowboy hat poses for picture), P420-F2a1 (Griffith and Baughman Headquarters),

Subject: Al Blake, Bill Antrim, Bill Lampe, Bob Evans, Brice Keating, Bruce Creel, C.D. Gasaway, Charles Hancock, Charles Taylor, Dr. George Smith, Earl Cooper, Griffith and Baughman Headquarters in Liberal, H. Scandrett, insurance, J.W. Bauersfield, Jason Hubbard, Joe Fuest, John Baughman, John George, John Riney, Lee Larrabee, Liberal men, Mr. Romer, Ralph Colvin, Ray Millman, Verne Griffith,

Call No: N95-D1a1

Description: Cattle in pasture or fenced-in area

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[side of negative] A 1 Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Herd of cows gatherd around what looks like a water trough or feed. One cow stands in foreground. Cows are mostly white with black faces and black spots. There is fencing visible, as well as a house in the background surrounded by trees.

Other Info.: Found same negative on another sheet. It is numbered N95 also. It is on the same sheet as N99-N101

Related to:

Subject: cattle, cows, fencing, house, Kodak, trees, trough,

Call No: N96-D1a2

Description: Herd of cattle

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[sides of negative] 2 Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Herd of cattle on open area — in front of several trees. There is a cowboy on a horse visible in the background. The cows are mostly light-colored (or white) with black or darker faces.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, cowboy, horse, Kodak, open area, trees,

Call No: N97-D1a2

Description: Cowboys herding cattle

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2

Condition: Fair

Content:

[sides of negative] 3 B Kodak Safety Film; [on bottom of negative, written backwards and upside down] Japan

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboys on horses and on foot herd cattle. There is one cowboy on a horse in the left foreground of the negative, and two other cowboys on foot beside him. There are two other cowboys on horseback and a herd of cattle in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, cowboys, horses, Japan, Kodak, Men, prairie,

Call No: N98-F2f1

Description: Cowboys and their horses in front of home or building

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[side of negative] 3 B Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two cowboys stand beside their saddled horses in front of a building or home. There are many trees in front of the home, as well as a fence.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: building, cowboys, home, horses, Kodak, trees,

Call No: N99-F2f1

Description: Two cowboys on horseback

Date of origin:

Type: Negative

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[upside down and backward on negative] JAPAN [on sides of negative] C 4 Kodak Safety Film

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two men on horseback face each other. They are in front of a large group of trees.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, horses, Kodak, Men, saddles, trees,

Call No: NC1-E1a3

Description: Skeeter Humble at Mesquite, Texas, rodeo

Date of origin: May 1, 1972

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 4 7/8 x 6 1/2″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[side 1] May 1, 1972 17 Arizona’s Skeeter Humble is still up there somewhere during this action at the weekly rodeo in Mesquite, Texas. The bronc is Storm Cloud of the Pete Gay Mesquite string and he’s raining it all this particular night. (McShan Photo) [side 2] “Herr Obergruppenfuehrer Eric von Ringtail” is shown in action at the Shrine Club Rodeo in Ardmore, Okla., early in April. Dennis Reiners, the 1970 world champion saddle bronc rider now making his home in Scottsdale, Ariz., drew Big Enough of the Billy Minick bronc bunch. (Long Photo)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Clipping from unknown newspaper – photo of horse and cowboy rider – horse is up in air; back photo of cowboy on bucking saddlebronc.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Big Enough (horse), cowboy, grandstand, horse, rodeo, rodeo arena, Rodeo Sports News, saddlebronc, Skeeter Humble, spectators, Storm Cloud (horse),

Call No: NC10-H1d1

Description: The Pride of Fargo Springs

Date of origin: August 17, 1960

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 5 1/2 x 9″

Condition: Fair

Content:

The pride of Fargo Springs in its day, this is the way the Fargo Springs brick schoolhouse… Picturesque were the ruins of the old Fargo Springs brick schoolhouse in later years…

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Has 2 pictures top one is of Fargo Springs schoolhouse; bottom is of the ruins.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “The Little White” Christian Church, Fargo Springs, First Christian Church, landmarks Southwest Daily Times, Mrs. F.T. St. Aubyn teacher, Mrs. Frank G. Boles L.D. Weidensaul, Mrs. H.C. Evans, school house R.A. Evans, U.S. Highway 83 Cimarron River Bridge,

Call No: NC11-F1b

Description: Branch stores

Date of origin: Jan/Feb 1961

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size:

Condition: Good

Content:

We Pay the high; Hunters supplies; Conrad & Rath Post traders; Office; Shober & Co.; True West Page 9 Jan-Febr 1961 Vol. 8 – No. 3 Above left, Conrad and Rath, post traders, Fort Griffin (Shackleford County), Texas. This likeness was reproduced from a letterhead found in the Texas Adjutant General’s office in Austin. Fort Griffin was headquarters for the buffalo hunters in West Texas.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: P180-F1b (Charles Rath),

Subject: buffalo hunters, Camp Minter, Camp Rath, Camp Reynolds, Conrad and Rath Post traders, Fort Griffin, Shackleford County Texas, True West,

Call No: NC12-

Description: Business District “Growing Up”

Date of origin: 1920s

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 8.5 x 11″

Condition: Good

Content:

Here’s another business district view in Liberal probably in the early 20’s, to note the model cars which abounded on the streets. It’s the corner of Second and Kansas and where you note Star Grocery, Evans Hardware, Scandrett & Fuest Hardware, Smith Bros. Drug and across the street, the George Store and unreadable store fronts. Today you can note in the named order, Mullins Furniture, Arganbright’s, Alene’s Cafe, Southwest Photo, Independent Hardware, Smith Drug, Wood’s Grisier’s, etc. Smith’s is the only one that remains under the original name.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cutline for book: This was in the 1920’s. Star grocery in immediate foreground, then Evans Harness Co., Scandrett and Fuest Hardware and Smith’s Drug, in that order. John George’s grocery store is in the background. No paving, no traffic lights, center-street parking. The old town has a long ways to go.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1920s, grocery store in photo, Liberal Business District, Newspaper clipping,

Call No: NC13-

Description: Something Going on in Liberal all the time

Date of origin: 1930s

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 8.5 x 11″

Condition: Good

Content:

This view of a parade in Liberal in the 30’s – you can tell by noting the model of cars – indicates the town’s position as a center of activities through the years. It gives one a good view of the business district along the 200 block on North Kansas then. Recognize the changes?

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cutline for book: This as Liberal’s main street, Kansas Avenue, during a parade, not long after I was elected Mayor for my first term in 1931.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1930s, Liberal Business District, Main Street, Newspaper clipping, parade,

Call No: NC2-E1a6

Description: Rodeo article about Ralph Doubleday’s photos and photo examples

Date of origin: September 1989

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 4 1/2 x 8″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[article] Working the early rodeo “I thoroughly enjoyed Willard Porter’s “Shooting the Rodeo” (April 1989 TRUE WEST) … An acquaintence of mine, Rusty Morse, of Arvada, Colorado, wrote in the Denver Post’s Empire Magazine, August 6, 1978, that Doubleday was buried in an unmarked grave at Council Bluffs, Iowa, in his sister’s plot. His casket, Morse wrote, bore a ten-gallon hat, the gift of his friend, movie star Tom Mix. – Harry E. Chrisman, 10245 W. 14th Avenue, Denver, Colorado, 80215. Harry Chrisman’s photo collection includes R.R. Doubleday’s photo of Bonnie Grey on King Tut at left. Though Doubleday photographed the Scottsbluff, Nebraska, rodeo in 1922, the only photos of that event that Chrisman has found so far were taken by C.F. Smith, such as the one of Phil Yoder at right.

Provenance: newspaper article by Chrisman

Miscellaneous Info.:

Clipping of article by Chrisman about Ralph Doubleday and his rodeo photos. Two rodeo pictures, one by Doubleday and the other by C.F. Smith.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: “Shooting the Rodeo” rodeo arena automobile cowboy, American Legion, Bonnie Grey, C.F. Smith, Denver Colorado, Ed Wright, fence, gates, George Woodward Forres “Cowboy” Richardson, Harry Chrisman, horses, King Tut, Phill Yoder, Pinky Gist, Ralph Doubleday photos Council Bluffs, Ralph Stephenmier, rodeo clown Rusty Morse Arvada, Roy Rasch, Scottsbluff Nebraksa, spectators, Tom Mix, trees, True West, Willard Porter Denver Post’s Empire Magazine,

Call No: NC3-E1a6

Description: Christensen Brothers bareback riding

Date of origin:

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 4 2/8 x 6 3/8

Condition: Fair

Content:

Snipper of the Christensen Brothers bareback band goes every which direction at the Oakdale Rodeo last month. Charley Castles of Hanford, California, still looks to be in pretty good shape. (Hyder Photo) [on back is rodeo results and another picture]

Provenance: newspaper

Miscellaneous Info.:

Newspaper has tear in top middle; photo of cowboy getting bucked off bareback; back side has rodeo results and picture of another bareback rider.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bareback, Charley Castles, Christensen Brothers, fence pole, Hyder cowboys horses rodeo arena, Liberal Memorial Library, Oakdale, Oakdale Rodeo, spectators,

Call No: NC4-J2

Description: Affidavit says these spurs…

Date of origin:

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 6 x 23″

Condition: Fair

Content:

page 3 Southwest Daily Times Liberal, KS. Friday June 26, 1964. [headline] Affidavit says these spurs held by the present owner belonged to Billy the Kid at one time.”

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was with a negative and letter.

Other Info.:

Related to: L5-J2 (Letter from Hungate Family Historical Society), N37-J2 (Billy the Kid spurs),

Subject: Billy the Kid spurs, Camp Supply Oklahoma, Hayden Colorado, Hugoton Kansas, J.A. Marrs, Lon Chambers Wanda Conover, LX herd, Mrs. Loyd Curtis (Erma Lee), Paul V. Marrs, Shattuck Oklahoma, Tascosa Texas L.S. Outfit,

Call No: NC5-F2a1

Description: Story of First Registraion Day in Liberal for WWI

Date of origin:

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 3 3/4 x 11″

Condition: Good

Content:

SWDT Thurs Nov. 15, 1962 Story of first Registration Day in Liberal for World War I is told in old paper found here. A yellowed brittle copy … Airman Black is stationed at the Amarillo Air Force Base.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: E3-F2a1 (W.W.I Vets manila envelope), P143-F2a1 (World War I veterans),

Subject: November 15 1962, Registration Day, soldiers, Southwest Daily Times, SWDT, World War I,

Call No: NC6-F2f1

Description: Ridin’ the Range

Date of origin: April 27, 1975

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 5 x 13″

Condition: Good

Content:

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

Provenance:

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,

Call No: NC7-E1a3

Description: Bareback broncs

Date of origin:

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 7 3/4 x 9″

Condition: Fair

Content:

It’s the old hometown dance at the Springville, Calif., rodeo as these two Golden State Rodeo Co. bareback horses get up on one toe. Believe it or not, the horse on the left is Livermore, and rider Dennis Kiely lives in that California town; on the right is a bronc named Oakland, and that’s where Steve Cosea hails from. Got a little wild at Springville. (Hyder Photo)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: E7-F2f1 (27 cowboy photos), L12-E1a3 (Dear Mr. Chrisman: Hobbs N.M. 1-28-66), L11-E1a3 (From desk of Walt Thayer),

Subject: bareback broncos, cowboys, Dennis Kiely, Golden State Rodeo Co., Hyder Photo, Livermore, Livermore California, Oakland California, Springville California, Steve Cosca,

Call No: NC8-F1b

Description: Carl Smith Obituary

Date of origin: 2-26-1976

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 3 1/2 x 3 7/8″

Condition: Good

Content:

W. Thayer, Box 2175, Wenatchee, Wash. 98801; Wenatchee (Wa.) World, Thursday, Feb. 26, 1976 13; Former Wild West Show rider, 117, dies; Seattle (AP) – Former Buffalo Bill Wild West Show rider Carl Smith, the son of a slave and a Cherokee Indian mother, has died here at age 117. Smith said he was born on Christmas Day in Cherokee, Kan., in 1858. His father fled to Kansas after escaping slavery in Virginia. (next paragraph) He rode in the Pawnee Bill wild west show, and served in the Army for 30 years. He fought in frontier Indian skirmishes before the turn of the century and also served in Cuba and the Philippines. (next paragraph) Smith, who died Sunday, worked as a longshoreman for 23 years after coming to Seattle in 1916. (next paragraph) Services are planned for today. There are no known survivors.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Newspaper clipping of obituary; address label, white at top; headline in italic font

Other Info.:

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment),

Subject: Army Virginia, Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, Carl Smith, Cherokee Kansas, longshoreman, Pawnee Bill Wild West Show, Philippines, Seattle Washington, W. Thayer, Washington Cherokee Indian Cuba, Wenatchee, Wenatchee World,

Call No: NC9-H1d1

Description: Can Seward County “Afford” a fine museum?

Date of origin: 03/18/1961

Type: Newspaper Clipping

Size: 9 1/2 x 13 3/4″

Condition: Fair

Content:

Can Seward County “Afford” a fine museum? It has been wisely said that man’s concepts necessarily rise ahead of his achievements… Chrisman hand wrote “This ad by HEC 3-18-61”

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Has a form to clip off to mail with a contribution.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Fred J. Hill James Yoxall, Harry E. Chrisman, Kansas, Lewis C. Eyman, Liberal Kansas, museum, Oliver S. Brown Robert W. Baughman, Seward County, Seward County Historical Society, Southwest Daily Times,

Call No: O1- (O=Other)

Description: Drawings by Bonnie Farmer Tyrone, Oklahoma

Date of origin: 1950-55

Type:

Size: 24″ x 36″

Condition:

Content:

Drawings by Bonnie Farmer Tyrone, Okla. Circa 1950-55

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

6 sketches shaped like Kansas with various scenes inside. Trees, buffalo, indian, pioneers, sunflowers

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bison, buffalo, Indians, Kansas Prairie, pioneer, trees,

Call No: P1-F1a

Description: Jean E. Jeffrey picture

Date of origin: [Jan. 73 c]

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/2 x 3 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] “Best of everything to Cathy and Harry from Jean” Jean died in 1987. Print made by Kodak.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Color picture, head and shoulders of a woman smiling. Outside scene with bare trees, field, mountains and cloudy sky.
Photo has staple marks in left side.

Other Info.:

Related to: A1-F2f5 (Cassette tape Hysteria Haven), L1-F1a (Letter from Jean E. Jeffrey to Harry and Cathy),

Subject: Individual, trees, woman,

Call No: P10-F2a4

Description: Sharp’s Creek Fishing Trip

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/8 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Sharps Creek at Fulkersons Bernard Lemert (with light colored vest and pole) Mrs. Fulkerson (above him) / Mr. Fulkerson (with mustach, white shirt, black vest) / Aunt Betty Lemert? (Beside Mr. Fulkerson) Cowboy (?) / Bernard was foreman of Crooked L operation in strip, headquarters at Fulkersons. [stamp] Harry Chrisman, Lane D. Apt. 77, Blue Bonnet Courts, Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are 2 children and 1 woman who are not mentioned on the back.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Bernard Lemert, Crooked L, fishing, geese, horses, ranches, Sharp’s Creek,

Call No: P100-E1a6

Description: Stagecoach race at Pendleton Roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/8 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Stagecoach race Pendleton Round-up. (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two stagecoaches race along track; grandstands in background are full.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: Pendleton, Pendleton Roundup, race, rodeo, rodeo arena, stagecoaches,

Call No: P101-E1a6

Description: Mable Strickland roping at Pendleton Roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/8 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Mable Strickland roping Pendleton Roundup

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a woman with hands thrown up in air after roping steer at rodeo

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: horse, Mable Strickland, Pendleton, Pendleton Roundup, rodeo, rodeo arena, roping, steer,

Call No: P102-E1a6

Description: Leonard Stroud trick roping

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/8 x 5

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Leonard Stroud [back] Leonard Stroud trick roping

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man twirls a lariat (rope or lasso) (name on front looks like it’s printed with a typewriter).

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: lasso, Leonard Stroud, rodeo, rope, rope or lariat, trick roping,

Call No: P103-E1a6

Description: Giles Essex on “Outlaw”

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Giles Essex on “Outlaw” © H. Myers

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man rides saddlebronc on the plains

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: Giles Essex, H. Myers, horse, rodeo, saddlebronc,

Call No: P104-E1a6

Description: Frank Smith bulldogging at Pendleton Roundup

Date of origin: 1923

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Frank Smith Bulldogging Pendleton, Round- (© 1923 R.R. Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man jumps off running horse to wrestle steer while other cowboy on horse is running behind him. Grandstands are full of people.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bulldogging, cowboy, Frank Smith, grandstand, horses, Pendleton, Pendleton Round-up, rodeo, rodeo arena, steer wrestling,

Call No: P105-E1a6

Description: Charlie Johnson thrown from steer at rodeo

Date of origin: 1923

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Charlie Johnson throw from Wild Steer (1923 R.R. Doubleday Copyright)
[back] 1923

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy is thrown off of bucking steer at rodeo. People are standing in arena behind him. Other people are sitting on something above and behind him.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: bull riding, Charlie Johnson, cowboys, rodeo, rodeo arena, spectators, steer,

Call No: P106-E1a6

Description: Pendleton Roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Pendleton Roundup (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Wide shot of Pendleton Roundup – shows rodeo arena, grandstands full of people, trees are in the background. Arena is full of horses with riders.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, grandstand, horses, Indian, Pendleton, Pendleton Roundup, rodeo arena, wagon,

Call No: P107-F1a

Description: Donna Card

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] “Donna Card” (D.F.P.Co. Inc.)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman stands in her bloomers, holding a cowboy hat. She has a ribbon in her hair. There are trees and teepees behind her.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bloomers, Donna Card, Tepee, trees,

Call No: P108-F1a

Description: Prairie Rose

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Prairie Rose, Cheyenne Frontier Days © D.F.P.Co., Inc. For her death see tape on Goldie (Griffith) Cameron, Nederland, Colorado. Killed at Cheyenne, Wyo., Frontier Days. Dr. Palin says she froze in blizzard near Cheyenne.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman stands beside horse; she’s dressed in western outfit, with boots, pantaloon-like pants, vest and cowboy hat.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: blizzard, Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cheyenne Wyoming, cowboy hat, Dr. Palin, Goldie (Griffith) Cameron, horse, Nederland, Nederland Colorado, Prairie Rose, woman cowboy,

Call No: P109-F2a1

Description: Three Indians on horses watching a roundup

Date of origin: ca. 1920-1923

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] watching the round-up
[back] Watching the roundup (Doubleday) Probably Pendleton, Ore. Circa 1920-1923

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Three Indians sit on horseback; each wears a hat and other Indian attire.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: beaded harness, blankets, horses, Indians, Pendleton Oregon, Pendleton Round-up, Pendleton Roundup, roundup,

Call No: P11-B1b1

Description: Rock Island Train and workers

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8 x 7 1/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Jim Miller Ed Campbell (in cab) Mexican laborers O.B. Wimmer on tender [back] Jim Miller lived at Liberal, Kansas when he won this Carnegie medal for trying to rescue man and boy buried in cesspool. HEC 6 [6 is circled] Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver Colo. 80125 [back note] Harry: I wrote Geo. Miller asking if he wanted this old picture of his father, and he didn’t mention it in his reply, so guess he didn’t. It would be worthy preserving in museum, because he’s (Jim Miller) the one who got the Carnegie Medal for trying to rescue those w men buried in cave-in. I had the complete acct. in Times not too long ago. — Maurine

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Four men in front of engine No. 1442. Attached car 1442 (both of Rock Island Railroad) sits in front of elevator. Car has load of rock or some other material (tender?)

Other Info.: Note says the photo is from Maurine, possible Maurine Tate?Photo is in a mat/frame. Frame is 7 7/8 x 9 15/16″

Related to:

Subject: Ed Campbed, elevator train track tender Carnegie Medal, Jim Miller, Liberal Kansas George Miller, Mexican laborers, O.B. Wimmer, railroad cars railroad engine No. 1442, Rock Island Railroad train, Southwest Daily Times,

Call No: P110-E1a4

Description: Frank Carter on “Slipery Pete”

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/8 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Frank Carter on “Slipery Pete” North Platte, Nebr. (Doubleday)
[back] 12

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc in open area. There are pens in the far background.

Other Info.: copy

Related to: N46-E1a4 (Frank Carter on “Slipery Pete” at North Platte, Nebraska, rodeo),

Subject: corrals, fence, Frank Carter, North Platte Nebraska, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc,

Call No: P111-E1a6

Description: Mable Strickland on “Chickasha”

Date of origin: 1923

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Mable Strickland on “Chickasha” (Copyright 1923, R.R. Doubleday)
[back] 9

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman rides saddlebronc at rodeo. She and horse are in front of chutes. Grandstands are behind chutes and are full of people.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: gates, Mable Strickland, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc, spectators,

Call No: P112-E1a6

Description: Red Sublett riding “Topsey”

Date of origin: 1922

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Red Sublett riding “Topsey” (Copyright 1922
[back] Red Sublett riding “Topsey” © 1922 R.R. Doubleday

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides bull at rodeo; cowboy on horse stands in background; shadow of bull and rider on ground.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: bull riding, cowboy, horse, Red Sublett, rodeo,

Call No: P113-E1a6

Description: Ray Bell steer roping

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] y Bell in steer roping contest, (Doubleday)
[back] Ray Bell in steer roping contest (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man chases after steer during roping contest. He’s swinging the rope or lasso from a horse.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, horses, lasso, mountains, Ray Bell, steer, steer roping contest,

Call No: P114-E1a4

Description: High jumping horse at Alliance, Nebraska

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] High jumping horse, Alliance, Nebr. (Van Graven Photo)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Horse with woman rider jumps over bar held by two men at a rodeo event. There is the front of an automobile which is next to an open building.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: Alliance Nebraska, grandstand, jumping horse, rodeo, rodeo arena, Van Graven,

Call No: P115-E1a6

Description: Yakima Canutt on Monkey Wrench

Date of origin: 1918

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Yakima Canutt leaving “Monkey Wrench” Pendleton Round-up (Copyright 1918, D.F.P.Co. Inc.)
[back] 13

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy gets bucked off bareback horse at a rodeo; other cowboys on horses in background. Can see grandstands in background and they have some people sitting in them.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: bareback riding, cowboys, horses, Pendleton, Pendleton Oregon, Pendleton Roundup, rodeo, Yakima Canutt,

Call No: P116-E1a6

Description: Bob Hall on Benjamine Franklin

Date of origin: 1923

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] “Benjamine Franklin” goes over backward with- Bob Hall, Ritzville Round-up (copyright 1923 R.R. Doubleday)
[back] 11

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy gets bucked off saddlebronc; horse looks like it’s standing almost straight up and about to tip backward. There is an automobile on other side of fence. Next to automobile is a horse.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: Benjamine Franklin, Bob Hall, cowboy, cowboys, fence, horse, Horse and rider, horses, Ritzville, Ritzville Roundup, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddle bronc, Saddle bronc rider, Saddle Bronc riding, saddlebronc, saddlebronc rider, windmill,

Call No: P117-E1a4

Description: Frank Carter on Two Step

Date of origin: 1919

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5 1/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] “Frank Carter on Two Step” North Platte Roundup: 19. Stryker
[back] North Platte 1919 Photo by Stryker

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc; three cowboys on horses in background.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, Frank Carter, horses, North Platte Nebraska, North Platte Roundup, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc, Stryker,

Call No: P118-F2a2

Description: Betty Herian, Mayme Stroud and Anna Herian

Date of origin: 1917

Type: Print

Size: 4 x 4 15/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Betty Herian, Mayme Stroud, Anna Herian (Van Corven) [back] Alliance, Nebr. 1917 L to R: Betty Herian, Mayme Stroud, Anna Herian. Photo by Van Corven

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Three women pose in front of grandstands or platform; might be at a rodeo. There are people behind them standing on grandstand or platform. There is an automobile in far left back.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: Alliance Nebraska, Anna Herian, automobile grandstands, Betty Herian, fence, Mayme Stroud, people, rodeo, sign, Van Corven,

Call No: P119-E1a4

Description: Douglas on Eddie Wells

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] [G]rand PA Douglas on Eddie Wells,” North Platte, Nebr. (Doubleday)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy rides saddlebronc at rodeo event. He is riding in an open area. There is a fence in the background and some kind of building farther back than fence.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: cowboy, Grand PA Douglas, horse, North Platte Nebraska, rodeo, rodeo arena, saddlebronc,

Call No: P12-F1b

Description: Bernard Lemert

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 15/16 x 7 1/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Bernard Lemert 1868-1957 Liberal, Kansas forman of Crooked L – 1890-95; Brand inspector for Southwest Cattleman’s Association, 1895-1903
[front]On vehicle front plate says HUTCHINSON.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Mr. Lemert sitting in front of a truck. Has glasses and a tie on. Arms are in lap.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Bernard Lemert, brand inspector, Crooked L, Foreman, Southwest Cattleman’s Assoc.,

Call No: P120-I3

Description: Two bucks freeze to death during snowstorm

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/8 x 5

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] The Finished Fig[ht?] Left: The U.S.G. “Atomic Retribution” Right: The U.S.S.R.
[back] “The Finished Fight”

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Two bucks freeze to death after getting horns tangled together. One carcass has been half eaten.

Other Info.: copy

Related to:

Subject: Atomic retribution, bucks (deer), Snow, stump, The U.S.G., The U.S.S.R., tree,

Call No: P121-B2a

Description: 6 horse freight wagon

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8 x 7 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Brother Walter Hill Freight Wagon 6-horse hitch pulling wagon and “trail” Courtesy Paul Custer, now of [Thermopolis], Wyo Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
[note] Walter Hill of the Custer Ranch driving a 6-horse hitch to his freight wagon. Supplemental horse and cattle feed was freighted in the winter to the ranches on the Cimarron from Arkalon, Fargo Springs, Springfield and, later, from Liberal. Note the lantern on the step on side. Many hauls extended far into the night. Photo courtesy Paul Custer (sentence underlined).

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

6 horse team with wagon + 2nd wagon (feed bags in 2nd) attached. Man on seat looking at camera holding whip. Big building with fence.

Other Info.: Photo has tape tear on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Arkalon Kansas, Cimarron Kansas, Custer Ranch, Fargo Springs Kansas, feed, Freight wagon, horse teams, Liberal, Paul Custer, Springfield, Walter Hill,

Call No: P122-E1a2

Description: Bonnie Grey on King Tut

Date of origin: Ca. 1922

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Bonnie Grey on King Tut jumping Au[to]. Doubleday
[back] Bonnie Grey on “King Tut jumping over an Auto (Hudson Touring) © Doubleday. Re: Cheyenne Frontier Days. No Date (circa 1922) Return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
Newspaper clipping: After that day’s rodeo was over, I exercised horses, cleaned stalls and finally made the big time. Hugh and Mabel Strickland were there along with Bonnie Gray, all trick riders, and I helped with their prize horses.
I don’t recall whether it was that year or later, but at one time, as part of her act, Bonnie jumped her horse, King Tut, over an open touring car (convertible) loaded with dignitaries.
Terrible Tumble Red stretches the rawhide pretty thin here:
At the end of the jump, Bonnie missed a stirrup and was thrown. Her leather skirt caught on the saddlehorn and, in plain view of the audience, she was peeled naked as the hub caps on the car she’d just jumped.
That year, Mable Strickland won The Denver Post Ladies’Relay Race. At the time, of course, I never realized that years later as a representative of that great newspaper, I was to put an end to that event for one valid reason:
There wasn’t a lady in it. The riders all had whiskers–and wore snoods packed with horse hair.
Since that time we’ve sponsored the wild horse race. And you can bet there’s no women in it. The lib movement hasn’t gone that far.
On my first visit the rodeo lasted only four days. I rode home on a Burlington freight train. This year, starting next Saturday afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, the biggest, wildest, most exciting rodeo in the world will run nine days.
And I’ll get up there for a day at least –somehow or other.
Red Fenwick Fenwick Denver Post 7-18-71

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Newspaper article attached by Red Fenwick Denver Post 7-18-71

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back and left back.

Related to:

Subject: Bonnie Grey, Cheyenne Frontier Days, Denver Post, Doubleday photo, Hudson touring auto, King Tut, trick riding,

Call No: P123-I2

Description: Jack rabbit roundup

Date of origin: 1935

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Photo by C.A. Smith – 1935
[back] 2 [2 is circled] Harry E. Chrisman Lane D. Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas.
[note] 2 [2 as circled] Picture No. 2. Frightened rabbits flee ahead of the rabbit drivers who pound on pans and shout to scare the rabbits ahead of them into pen.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a lot of rabbits running. They are running so fast the photo is blurry in parts.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to: P257-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup), P552-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup), P553-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup), P77-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup), P78-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup),

Subject: C.A. Smith, jack rabbits, open range, rabbit drivers,

Call No: P124-B2a

Description: Wagon wheels

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/4 x 2 1/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Make 2 Col [cut] if used No 5 2 x 3″ 1.7

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of 2 or 3 wagon wheels.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on right back and tape tear marks on bottom back.

Related to: N171-B2a (Wooden wagon wheels),

Subject: open range, plains, Wagon wheels,

Call No: P125-F1a

Description: Catherine Chrisman

Date of origin: 1960

Type: Print

Size: 2 x 2 3/4

Condition: Poor

Content:

[back] Catherine A. Chrisman 1960 on “Rock of Palo Duro” minus rock!

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is cut so the “rock” is missing. Catherine Chrisman is only thing in picture.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Catherine A. Chrisman, Palo Duro Rock,

Call No: P126-D1a3

Description: Two cowboys branding a cow

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 x 5 3/4

Condition: Good

Content:

[back] Reduce to 4 1/2″ x 3″; 3 col ; Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [stamp appears 2 times]Harry E. Chrisman Liberal address stamp appears once but is hard to read. [note 1] Copy J Con Jackson, Famous bronc rider, and Lee Larrabee, old friend of Charles Hancock, [insert symbol] standing branding on the Cimarron River, 1895. Hancock, as a boy, rode on the roundup with these men [Hancock, as a boy, rode on the roundup with these men is crossed out] Photo courtesy Mrs. Frank Stefan, Liberal, Kansas [note 2] Job # 302760H Ref# 10 .12/1.57 Page# 144-EB HT (circled) Shoot at 81%

Provenance: Mrs. Frank Stefan, Liberal, KS

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of 2 men, 2 horses, 1 cow, 1 man bending over, 2nd man branding cow.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to: C1-A3nd (Sketches of bank building),

Subject: 1895, branding, Charles Hancock, Cimarron River, Con Jackson, cowboys, cows, horses, Lee Larrabee, open range,

Call No: P127-J2

Description: Heart branding iron

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/2 x 2 3/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] 1 – 5 x 7 Harry E. Chrisman Lane D. Apt 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of side of a log cabin with heart branding iron and section of what looks like a deer antler on wall.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top front.

Related to: C2-J2 (A Rancher’s treasure find),

Subject: 1877, Branding iron, corral, heart brand relics, log cabin, Milburn Nebraska, Olive Brothers, ranchers, Rankin Ranch, T.J. McMillan,

Call No: P128-A5a

Description: Furnace Creek Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/2 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Furnace Creek Ranch
[back] Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of Harry standing in front of the entrance to Furnace Creek Ranch. There are rock pillars holding up the sign.

Other Info.: Typed comment goes with picture.Photo has tape on back top.

Related to: C3-A5a (Death Valley Treasures),

Subject: Death Valley, Furnace Creek Ranch, Harry E. Chrisman, ranches,

Call No: P129-D1a2

Description: Lunch on a Roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 3/8 x 4 1/4

Condition: Fair

Content:

[back] 2 [2 is circled] Food tastes; L. Clyde Taft, Ethel Major and her husband, Duncan, at lunch near chuckwagon on Roundup. Return to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 F 505731

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of 2 men and 1 woman sitting down eating lunch. 1 horse saddled in background and 3 cows.

Other Info.: Picture has 2 staple marks in top left corner.

Related to: C4-D1a2 (Descriptions of three pictures), P130-D1a2 (Lady washing up),

Subject: buffalo grass, chuckwagon, Clyde Taft, cowboys, cows, Duncan Major, Ethel Major, horses,

Call No: P13-F1b

Description: Bernard Lemert roping

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] He was a real cowboy – no fake. HEC Brand was L. [stamp] Harry Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas [note glued on back] Bernard Lemert, late of Liberal, Kansas. Bernard was an old cowboy, foreman of the Crooked L ranch holdings on Sharp’s Creek, No Man’s Land, in 1888-1892. He was inspector for the Southwest Cattleman’s Assn for years. Here, on visit to Crooked L in 1957, Bernard roped the photographer. Astride horse in back is McNaughten, co-owner with Batman [horse] of present Crooked L, Meade, Kans. Bernard rode on roundup of 1884, wrote story of it.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of man roping the photographer. There is another man behind him on a horse. They are in an open field.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Bernard Lemert, cowboys, horses, Mr. McNaughten, roping,

Call No: P130-D1a2

Description: Lady washing up

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 3/8 x 4 1/4

Condition: Good

Content:

[back] Ethel Major (Mrs. Duncan) washing up before lunch on roundup [roundup is underlined] Walsenburg, Colo. 3 [3 is circled] Return to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 An old-fashioned
H510621

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of lady washing up with an unsaddled horse and saddled horse behind her. Cows and fence in the background

Other Info.: Picture has 2 staple marks on top left corner.

Related to: C4-D1a2 (Descriptions of three pictures), P129-D1a2 (Lunch on a Roundup),

Subject: cows, Ethel Major, horses, round up, Walsenburg Colorado,

Call No: P131-A5a

Description: Window

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/8

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] (red lines and x’s)
[back] No 3

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a window looking outside. Looks like a dirt road, 2 fields and a row of trees.

Other Info.: Photo has tape tear mark on bottom back. Photo has a paperclip stain on top, left back.

Related to: C5-A5a (Map description by Irvin Green), E2-A5a (Photo envelope green and white), M1-A5a (Map of Oklahoma – hand drawn),

Subject: Irvin Green, Lisle Illinois, No Man’s Land, Oklahoma Panhandle, Palo Duro, Palo Duro Creek, Ranch house, Red Rock, scenic view, Stone house, Window,

Call No: P132-A2b11

Description: House with fence and trees

Date of origin: May 1961

Type: Print

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[front] May – 61
[back] Kodak Velox paper (three times)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of front and side view of house with fence in front and trees in back, chairs on porch.

Other Info.:

Related to: N38-A2b11 (House with fence), N39-A2b11 (Ranch long view), N40-A2b11 (House side view), N41-A2b11 (Back of house), P133-A2b11 (Side view of house),

Subject: buildings, Chairs, fence, house, trees,

Call No: P133-A2b11

Description: Side view of house

Date of origin: May 1961

Type: Print

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[front] May . 61
[back] Kodak Velox paper

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of side view and front of house. Chair is overturned, building in background, trees in background.

Other Info.:

Related to: N38-A2b11 (House with fence), N39-A2b11 (Ranch long view), N40-A2b11 (House side view), N41-A2b11 (Back of house), P132-A2b11 (House with fence and trees),

Subject: buildings, Chairs, house, trees,

Call No: P134-H1g

Description: Two women with wheelbarrow

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 3/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] (two red lines) x crop x, x crop x
[back] Credi[?] SW Daily Times [??] [Credi[?] SW Daily Times [??]are crossed out] Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [stamped twice] – XII [in red]
[note] To keep the home fires burning… “Pickin’ up bones to keep from starving, Pickin’ up chips to keep from freezin’ Pickin’ up courage to keep from leavin’ ‘Way out west in No Man’s Land — From an old song of the settlers, – photo courtesy Southwest Daily Times, Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of 2 women with wheelbarrow full of chips. Wagon in background and 2 buildings

Other Info.: Unable to detach note from photo. Is glued on.Photo has tape on top back.

Related to: E19 (Negative envelope), M/F3 (Kansas women gathering cow chips), N203-H1g (Two women with wheelbarrow),

Subject: chips, No Man’s Land, wagon, wheelbarrow, women,

Call No: P135-A2b11

Description: Sod house with child in front

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8 x 7 5/8

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] “Home Sweet Home” #16

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of sod house with girl child in light dress holding a puppy. House has 2 windows.

Other Info.:

Related to: N112 (Little girl beside sod house),

Subject: child, dogs, puppy, sod house,

Call No: P136-K1

Description: Copy of letter from Real West Magazine

Date of origin: July 1961

Type: Print

Size: 3 9/16 x 5 1/8

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[front] JUL ’61 The Kids picture Gentlemen: Being the factual magazine that you are I am sure you strive for facts rather than fiction. … As this letter is from one of the best authorities on pictures of the old west, we appreciate it. Copied from July’s 1961 issue of Real West Magazine, page 6 and 75.
[back] America’s Largest collection Dodge City Historical Pictures available to public. From the original Robert E. Eagan Collection Box [?] 56, Dodge City, Kansas. Stamp of a bug? photography

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of an article cut and pieced together on background paper. There is a picture of a movie type camera on the left.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Dodge City Kansas, July 1961, Real West Magazine,

Call No: P137-D1a2

Description: Cook on the Warpath

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8 x 7 1/2

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[front] ‘The Cook on the Warpath in Oklahoma All rights reserved; T.R. McQuillan, Guymon, OKLA. – (–D [brand symbol] Wagon -. This photographic view shows a cowboy having some fun with the cook. [back] Anchor D wagon

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of a cowboy grabbing a bottle off the chuckwagon and the cook is threatening him with a long piece of wood.

Other Info.:

Related to: N120-D1a2 (The Cook on the Warpath in Oklahoma),

Subject: Anchor D Ranch, chuckwagon, cooks, cowboys, horses, open range,

Call No: P138-F2f1

Description: Hardesty Quartercircle S Ranch Roundup Crew

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/16 x 7 3/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Pan Handle Oklahoma; MAN LAND; – 8 1/2 (arrow pointing right) (brand symbol)
[back] Return to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215.
[note] “I expect some of the Hungate’s are in this photo.” “The Hardesty Quartercircle S ranch roundup crew. Col. R.J. Hardesty and Ed Hardesty of Dodge City, Kansas, were the principals. The ranch operated, according to Marion W. Eldridge from whom this photo was obtained, from the late 1800s to 1897. His father Marion W. Eldridge, Sr., was foreman from 1892 to 1897. The sr Eldridge then acquired the ranch headquarters site, 160 acres, which his heirs still own (1966). In the photo above, to the right in long coat, man believed to be Col. Hardesty.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of a large group of men with horses on the open range.
Photo has brand symbol in bottom right.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Col. R.J. Hardesty, Dodge City Kansas, Ed Hardesty, Hardesty Ranch, Hungates, Marion W. Eldrige, roundup,

Call No: P139-F1b

Description: Burris Wright

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 x 5

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[back] W-96-2

Provenance: Harry E. Chrisman

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was mounted in a mat frame with writing on it. Picture is a head to mid-chest shot of Burris Wright in a suit with hat and glasses on.

Other Info.:

Related to: L6-F1b (Copy of Christmas card from Burris Wright), M/F1-F1b (mat type frame),

Subject: Burris Wright, Cimarron, cowboy,

Call No: P14-B1b2

Description: Passenger train

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 x 10

Condition: Good

Content:

[back note] “The Last Highball.” Here the news photographer catches the last passenger train as she gets ready to leave Liberal, Kansas. The “no seats available” policy finally ended passenger service to this busy southwest Kansas town. Photo by Joe Cannon, Southwest Daily Times. 25 40 75% [back] 25 [25 is circled] Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215

Provenance: Southwest Daily Times

Miscellaneous Info.:

Railroad worker stands beside passenger train with one arm raised and hand pointing toward depot in background. Worker is in shadow.

Other Info.: Photo has stains on back. Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: cars, depot building, Joe Cannon Southwest Daily Times, Liberal Kansas, old wagon, Passenger train, railroad workers, The Last Highball, train track light poles,

Call No: P140-H1e

Description: Ogalalla Cattle Trail

Date of origin: 1957

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/2 x 8

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film [back] Three views of the old Texas Cattle Trail (Ogalalla Trail) as it winds over hills in Lane County, Kansas, just before crossing the middle fork of Walnut Creek about 2 miles northwest of old Olive Horse Ranch site. Trail is 60 to 100 feet in width, individual trails worn into tough [?] from 6 inches to 1 1/2 feet in depth. Little or no sage brush grows on old trail, making it easy to see. Vegetation is different on Trail from surroundings. Picture taken in 1957. Picture is of open field.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

3 different pictures connected together. Has stamp of: Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Other Info.:

Related to: P140-H1e (Ogalalla Cattle Trail), P141-H1e (Ogalalla Cattle Trail), P142-H1e (Ogalalla Cattle Trail),

Subject: cattle trail, field, Lane County Kansas, Ogalalla Cattle Trail, Olive Horse Ranch, open range, plains, Walnut Creek,

Call No: P141-H1e

Description: Ogalalla Cattle Trail

Date of origin: 1957

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/2 x 8

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film [back] Three views of the Old Texas Cattle Trail (Ogalalla Trail) as it winds over hills in Lane County, Kansas, just before crossing the middle fork of Walnut Creek about 2 miles northwest of old Olive Horse Ranch site. Trail is 60 to 100 feet in width, individual trails worn into tough [?] from 6 inches to 1 1/2 feet in depth. Little or no sage brush grows on old trail, making it easy to see. Vegetation is different on Trail from surroundings. Picture is taken in 1957. Picture is of open field.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

3 different pictures connected together. Has stamp of: Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Other Info.:

Related to: P140-H1e (Ogalalla Cattle Trail), P141-H1e (Ogalalla Cattle Trail), P142-H1e (Ogalalla Cattle Trail),

Subject: cattle trail, field, Lane County Kansas, Ogalalla Cattle Trail, Olive Horse Ranch, open range, plains, Walnut Creek,

Call No: P142-H1e

Description: Ogalalla Cattle Trail

Date of origin: 1957

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/2 x 8

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film [back] Three views of the old Texas Cattle Trail (Ogalalla Trail) as it winds over hills in Lane County, Kansas, just before crossing the middle fork of Walnut Creek about 2 miles northwest of old Olive Horse Ranch site. Trail is 60 to 100 feet in width, individual trails worn into tough [?] from 6 inches to 1 1/2 feet in depth. Little or no sage brush grows on old trail, making it easy to see. Vegetation is different on Trail from surroundings. Picture taken in 1957. Picture is of open field has a car in it.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

3 different pictures connected together. Has stamp: Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Other Info.:

Related to: P140-H1e (Ogalalla Cattle Trail), P141-H1e (Ogalalla Cattle Trail),

Subject: cattle trail, Lane County Kansas, Ogalalla Cattle Trail, Olive Horse Ranch, open range, plains, Walnut Creek,

Call No: P143-F2a1

Description: World War I veterans

Date of origin: 11/11/63

Type: Print

Size: 8 x 10 1/16

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[back] Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas [stamp] ; Fotorite underlined with a figure 8 to the left of it stamped several times.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a group of elderly men. There are 5 rows of the men all facing the camera. They are standing on a sidewalk. There is a parking meter behind them on the right. There is a car next to the parking meter. On the left is a plate glass window that shows the men’s reflections.

Other Info.:

Related to: E3-F2a1 (W.W.I Vets manila envelope), NC5-F2a1 (Story of First Registraion Day in Liberal for WWI),

Subject: Joe Cannon, Liberal Kansas, newspaper, November 15 1962, soldiers, Southwest Daily Times, World War One, WW I veterans,

Call No: P144-F1b

Description: J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] (1) MAR 28 P30; E67; 4 1/2; “Battle ships sunk forts captured Armies on the run war between Russia and Japan; See moving pictures hear the lecture”
[back] Photo of J.R. Tolman, taken in 1902 at Stove Hall, Redington, Nebr. by Craig Gilman, photographer. Frame No. – 26A copied Fairfield Foto Film Date Mar 8 1968 Return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
[taped note front] Caption for story Combining the new Edison Phonograph with film clips from the Russo-Japanese War provided exciting entertainment for rural people in the first decade of the century. — Courtesy [insert symbol] Joseph Fairfield Foto. Bridgeport, Nebr.
[taped note back] The Worke Cloister 3 or 4. L a novlist paid for o for collec THE SNARK RHW OOEKWE miniature and asking THE SEAS(half of a letter) large cloi item askin The snark – loose half dozen For Feb 3

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of a man behind phonograph with other equipment next to him with 2 signs. Picture was in manila envelope.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L7-F1ab (Letter to Estelle C. Laughlin), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys),

Subject: Craig Gilman, Edison phonograph, J.R. Tolman, Redington Nebraska, Stove Hall,

Call No: P145-F1b

Description: Abraham Lincoln

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 5/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

1809 Lincoln Centennial: Souvenir 1909 Abraham Lincoln The Martyred President. One hundredth Anniversary of his birth at Elizabethtown, KY Februrary 12th 1809. First Inaugerated President, March 4th 1861 Again March 4th 1865. Assassinated in Fords Theatre Washington during the celebration of the close of the Civil War April 14th 1865. “With malice toward none, with charity for all” Copyright 1908 by E. NASH Inaugural address [back] Frame No. 20 copied Fairfield Foto Film Date Feb 25, 1970 Return to Estelle E. Laughlin 815 P. St. Gering Nebr. Abe Lincoln [Abe Lincoln is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in manila envelope; Picture of Abe Lincoln giving inaugural address. With inset of Abe’s head and eagle and flag.

Other Info.: Photo has staple marks in it. On the left side.

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L7-F1ab (Letter to Estelle C. Laughlin), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy),

Subject: Abraham Lincoln, Civil War, President,

Call No: P146-F1b

Description: 2 cent stamp

Date of origin: 4-13-69

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/8 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[face of stamp] U.S. Inter.REV. 2; Two Cents; Playing cards. [front] No. Negative, A.S. Morse, photographer. Dep’t of the Cumberland, Branch of Hd. Qrs., 25 Cedar Street, Nashville, Tenn. Gen. Grant [back] Frame No. 44A copied Fairfield Foto Film Date Apr. 13 1969

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a stamp with George Washington on it. Picture was in manila envelope.

Other Info.: Photo has stains on back.

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy),

Subject: George Washington, stamps,

Call No: P147-F1b

Description: Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph

Date of origin: 1902

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 5

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] In picture Edison’s moving pictures and phonograph [on picture] (2) SSP30 MAR 28; E30
[back] Frame No. Copied Fairfield Foto Film Date Jan (marked out) ? (marked out) 1969 Mar. 8, 1968; photo of J.R. Tolman, taken 1902 at Stone Hall, Redington, Nebraska by Craig Gilman. Return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
[note front] Caption for story – Rigs similar to this one traveled the western lands, bringing the new moving pictures and sounds from the Edison Phonograph to the farms and ranches. Courtesty [insert mark] Joseph Fairfield Foto Bridgeport, Nebr. [note back] Firs amatour journal personalized jo SEARCHING T bound same. but deluxe From 1949 on the Pacific Norhwest. Whidby Island, BC wleshere. Person are my own publi Search lights. lo NOSEARCHOGHTS were set you can hav 10 issues of THE ( 10 issues no 3 th? A packet of Nos. (Nos 1-11n EVening Lamps. LAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a man standing in front of a wagon with 2 horses. He is standing by a phonograph and other equipment. Picture was in a manila envelope.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back. Back of photo is stained.

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy),

Subject: Craig Gilman, Edison’s phonograph, horses, J.R. Tolman, Redington Nebraska, Stone Hall, wagon,

Call No: P148-F1b

Description: Ulysses S. Grant

Date of origin: 4/13/1969

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[back] Frame No. – 25B Copied Fairfield Foto Film Date. Apr 13 1969

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of bust of Ulysses S. Grant in uniform. Was in manila envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L7-F1ab (Letter to Estelle C. Laughlin), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy),

Subject: Ulysses S. Grant,

Call No: P149-F1b

Description: Abraham Lincoln

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 7/8 x 5

Condition: Good

Content:

[back]Frame No. 33 Copied Fairfield Foto Film Date Jan 9 1969; Return to Estelle O’ Laughlin 815 P. St. Gering, Nebr. 69341

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture was in a manila envelope. Picture is of Abraham Lincoln bust shot.

Other Info.: Picture has staple marks in it. One on the left and one on top.

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L7-F1ab (Letter to Estelle C. Laughlin), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy),

Subject: Abraham Lincoln,

Call No: P15-A3b1

Description: Rock Island Railroad Depot

Date of origin: 1890s

Type: Print

Size: 4 11/16 x 6 5/8

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Don’t mark photo! [back] Reduce photo to 4 x 2 3/4″ [back note 1] Copy G-3 The Rock Island railway depot was one of the fine buildings in Liberal. A fine masonry building was at the east end, where the group stands. Photo courtesy Maurine and Crompton Tate. [back note 2] Harry: Crompton said to give his copy of the picture to the museum, too. Mrs. Watson Rogers at Rock Island (granddaughter of the McDermotts) said she might be able to identify some of the people from old pictures she has. — Maurine Return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [on building] Liberal Lunch, cigars and tobacco Hotel Lunch Lunchroom

Provenance: Private Collection — Maurine and Crompton Tate

Miscellaneous Info.:

Three men and seven women stand in front of Rock Island Depot in Liberal, KS.

Other Info.: Photo is on carboard mat/frame. Frame is 6 15/16 x 8 15/16″

Related to:

Subject: Depot fire cart, Greer House, Liberal Kansas, Maurine and Cromptom Tate, McDermott’s Hotel Dining Room, men women, Mrs. Watson Rogers, Rock Island Railroad Depot, train tracks wooden deck flags,

Call No: P150-A2b11

Description: Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Frame No. 28B Copied Fairfield Foto Film Date Apr 13 1969; 28B

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in manila envelope. Picture is of a log homestead.

Other Info.: Photo has staple holes in left side.

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy),

Subject: Gering Nebraska, Pattison Log home, trees,

Call No: P151-A3p

Description: Man writing at desk – cartoon

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/16 x 7

Condition: Good

Content:

[Misc. signs in cartoon] [Picture is of a man sitting at a desk behind a counter. He is writing. There are 4 people standing at counter and 4 people behind a window. There is a stove with a kettle going and the steam burned a cat. Picture was in manila envelope]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

{Scope’s trial in Tennessee in the early 1900s; maybe picture of monkey that says My Grandpa. Was in manila envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: E4-F1 (Stell’s old photos manila envelope), L7-F1ab (Letter to Estelle C. Laughlin), L8-F1b (Letter to Joe Fairchild from Chrisman), P144-F1b (J.R. Tolman with Edison Phonograph), P145-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P146-F1b (2 cent stamp), P147-F1b (Edison’s Moving Pictures Phonograph), P148-F1b (Ulysses S. Grant), P149-F1b (Abraham Lincoln), P150-A2b11 (Pattison Log Homestead Gering, Nebraska), P151-A3p (Man writing at desk – cartoon), P4-D1d (Johnny O’Loughlin’s Oxen), P5-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P6-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P7-F2f1 (Montana Cowboys), P8-F1b (Montana Cowboy),

Subject: bank director, customers, Justice of the Peace, Leader brass band, man, Mayor, President of school board, telegraph operator,

Call No: P152-5a

Description: Smith Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, b, 4, C, 5, D, 6, &E, 8F, 9 [back] Smith Ranch Sharp’s Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.

Other Info.: Picture is of a ranch with a white fence, cows, trees. There is a pasture in the foregound. A is on side of picture.

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), N66-5a (Negative of a boy standing on a rock), N67-5a (2 girls on horseback negative), N68-5a (Negative of open range with a fence), N69-5a (Negative of open range with trees), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: P153-5a

Description: Smith Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5, D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp’s Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.

Other Info.: Picture is of a ranch with 2 buildings, white fence, trees, pasture in foreground. 2 is on side of picture.

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch), P161-B1b1 (Rock Island’s last steam locomotives),

Subject: Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: P154-5a

Description: Smith Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9 [back] Smith Ranch Sharp’s Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.

Other Info.: Picture is of a young boy in far ground with trees behind him. There are rocks on the ground in front of him.

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P161-B1b1 (Rock Island’s last steam locomotives),

Subject: Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: P155-5a

Description: Smith Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9 [back] Smith Ranch Sharp’s Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are nine pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.

Other Info.: Picture is of a boy standing on a rock with a line of rocks on ground in front of him. Trees in background. Fence on the side of him. 4c is on side of picture.

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: P156-5a

Description: Smith Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp’s Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.

Other Info.: Picture is of 2 young girls on horses walking along a fence line with a rock line on the ground to the side of them. 5D is on side of picture.

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, girls, horses, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: P157-5a

Description: Smith Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp’s Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.

Other Info.: Picture is of 2 young girls on horses standing still. One horse’s head is looking to the side. Trees in background. 6 is on side of picture.

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, girls, horses, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: P158-5a

Description: Smith Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp’s Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.

Other Info.: Picture is of 2 young girls on horses standing still. Both horses are looking at camera. 7E is on side of picture.

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, girls, horses, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: P159-5a

Description: Smith Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, B, 4, C, 5 D, 6, 7E, 8F, 9. [back] Smith Ranch Sharp’s Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trial in 1876.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.

Other Info.: Picture is of open range with a fence in middle of picture. Trees in background and to the side. 8F is on side of picture.

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: 1876, Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: P16-F1b

Description: Burris Wright

Date of origin: about 1950

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Al – Finally run into your old side kick Burris Wright when his wife wasn’t around – Happy New Year Frank Locke. Property of [stamp] Harry E. Chrisman, Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas / Photo B, Frank Locke Dodge City circa 1946 [back note taped on] Burris Wright (old Cimarron and Arizona Cowboy) Liberal, Kansas (See “Lost Trails of the Cimarron” for his story). Picture taken by Frank Locke of [Lara] Locke Hotel Dodge City, about 1950. Locke sent this picture of Wright to Al Olive, Dodge City, with the following inscription on the back: “Al — Finally run into your old sidekick Burris Wright when his wife wasn’t around — Happy New Year Frank Locke” Burris told Harry E. Chrisman that when Frank Locke showed him a picture of Al Olive and asked if he knew him he replied, “Hell yes, he was our old Cookie on the roundup.”

Provenance: personal collection

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of an elderly man. His shoulder and head are showing. He is in a suit and tie.

Other Info.: Photo has tape tear mark on top and tape with a note on bottom.

Related to:

Subject: Al Olive, Burris Wright, cowboys, Dodge City, Frank Locke,

Call No: P160-5a

Description: Smith Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film; A, 2, b, 4, C, 5, D, 6, &E, 8F, 9 [back] Smith Ranch Sharp’s Creek Okla Rocks were base of old ox corral of Bartholomew on Adobe Walls Trail in 1876.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There are 9 pictures on 1 sheet of photo paper. There is writing on the back. Each picture has a number.

Other Info.: Picture is of open plains. Has a tree hanging down from the top. There is a shadow on the ground from the tree. Picture has a 9 on the left side of it.

Related to: C7-F1b (Carl Smith obituary comment), N58-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N59-F2a3 (Girls on horseback), N63-5a (Smith ranch), N64-5a (Smith ranch), N65-5a (Negative of a boy), P152-5a (Smith Ranch), P153-5a (Smith Ranch), P154-5a (Smith Ranch), P155-5a (Smith Ranch), P156-5a (Smith Ranch), P157-5a (Smith Ranch), P158-5a (Smith Ranch), P159-5a (Smith Ranch), P160-5a (Smith Ranch),

Subject: 1876, Adobe Walls Trail, Bartholomew, Ox corral, Rocks, Sharp’s Creek Oklahoma, Smith Ranch,

Call No: P161-B1b1

Description: Rock Island’s last steam locomotives

Date of origin: 1969

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] [emblem] Rock Island; The Rock Island’s last steam locomotives were the twenty 5100-series, 4-8-4, Northerns, purchased from Alco in two seperate orders. Oil burners 5100-5109 were delivered in 1944, and two years later the railroad received coal burners 5110-5119. The engines were 109 feet long, weighed in at nearly 423 tons fully loaded, had 74-inch, roller-bearing-equipped drivers and operated on 270 pounds of steam pressure.
[back] cancell this order 4/28/69 Mb

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Print with two trains and caption at the bottom; top train is 5100; bottom is 5119; Rock Island logo at left of caption; back writing in purple and pencil.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 5100-series, Alco roller-bearing-equipped drivers, buildings, coal burners 5110-5119, Northerns, oil burners 5100-5109 S-1920 S-1984, railroad engine, railroad tracks, Rock Island locomotives, Rock Island Railroad, steam locomotive,

Call No: P162-A5a

Description: J.P. Olive Ranch

Date of origin: 1960’s

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] J.P. Olive Ranch in decline, 1960s.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of a rundown building with tree on left side.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1960s, J.P. Olive, Olive Ranch, ranch, Ruins, Stone,

Call No: P163-H1f

Description: Fargo Springs

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/16 x 2 3/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[note] Site of old Fargo Springs, the town. Now a ghost site, this area [this area crossed out] Here was once the [the crossed out] thriving town of Fargo Springs, Kans. [of Fargo Springs, Kans. crossed out] In the distance a half mile is the tree-shaded line marking the Cimarron, near which flowed the great spring where Jed Smith met his death at the hands of the Comanches. Photo by author [Photo by author is underlined; author is crossed out] Harry E. Chrisman

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of open plains with a road. Man is standing off from road. Note is glued to photo.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Cimarron River, Comanches, Fargo Springs, ghost site, Harry E. Chrisman, Jed Smith,

Call No: P164-F1b

Description: Harry E. Chrisman

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 3/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[note] The author, GI-shovel on his shoulder, searches for the “lost spring” on the Cimarron. Photo courtesy author. [Photo courtesy author. is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of Chrisman from waist up holding a shovel. Has cowboy hat on.

Other Info.: Note is glued onto the picture.

Related to:

Subject: Cimarron, Fargo Springs, GI-shovel, Harry E. Chrisman,

Call No: P165-A3j

Description: Harry Chrisman searching for treasure

Date of origin: 1965

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Treasure hunting with metal detector at Armstrong Crossing of Smokey Hill River, 1960. This was the old rock stable that housed the stage horses at the Armstrong Crossing and Post office. HEC circa 1965

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of Chrisman with a metal detector by a crumbling wall.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Armstrong Crossing, Harry Chrisman, Metal detector, Post Office, Smokey Hill River, Stable, Treasure hunting,

Call No: P166-A5a

Description: Chrisman sitting down in front of run down building

Date of origin: 1960

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 5

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[back] at old J.P. Olive Ranch, north of Utica, Kans. 1960; [four symbols or parts of letters]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of Chrisman sitting down in front of a run-down building. There is a window behind him.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: building, J.P. Olive, J.P. Olive Ranch, Ruins, trees, Utica Kansas,

Call No: P167-A5a

Description: Big building behind fence

Date of origin: 1962

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 4 15/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Ox ranch NE of Guymon, Okla. Photo about 1962; completely gone now 1983.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of stone building in open field with wire fence in the front of it.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1962, Guymon Oklahoma, Ox Ranch, Ruins,

Call No: P168-H1e

Description: Open range trail

Date of origin: 1957

Type: Print

Size: 2 3/8 x 2 11/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film [back] Jones and Plummer Trail north of Beaver, Okla 1957. Chrisman 19a

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

picture of a trail with brush

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1957, Beaver County Oklahoma, Jones and Plummer Trail, Trails,

Call No: P169-F2a2

Description: Three women standing in front of car

Date of origin: 1957

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/16 x 5

Condition: Good

Content:

[back] Lorraine, Mom Bell + Cathy 1957

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 3 women standing together with a car behind them. One woman is holding plates and a book.

Other Info.: Photo is stained front and back.

Related to:

Subject: car, Catherine Bell, Catherine Bell Chrisman, Catherine Chrisman, Lorraine, trees, women,

Call No: P17-D2b

Description: Watermelon farming

Date of origin: ca. 1903 or 1904

Type: Print

Size: 4 3/4 x 6 7/8

Condition: Fair

Content:

[front] Don’t mark this photo! [back note] This rare old photograph taken on the Wartenbee claim in No Man’s Land shows the processing of watermelon seeds from the whole melon. Man at left on wagon scoops melons into hopper of Crusher; melons are chewed up in hopper, drain pulp and seeds through the wire mesh into Pit. Rinds are thrown on pile. The Crusher is powered by horse team at right. When seeds are washed, dried and bagged they are ready for sale. Photo courtesy Mrs. Pearl Wartenbee Spratt, Mount Vernon, Mo. [back] (about 1903 or 4) 100 acres of melons grown for seeds [line with an x drawn] Al Lawder [x drawn] Jay Wartenbee [line and x drawn] Bill Love [ x drawn]Tommy Love Return to Harry Chrisman Liberal, Kansas Harry E. Chrisman 1024 W. 17th Ave. Denver, CO 80215 Harry E. Chrisman 1024 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 Picture from Mrs. Pearl Spratt nee Wartenbee Mount Vernon, Mo. [map drawn on back of picture showing Old Tyrone, the Rock Island railroad and the Wartenbee farm.]

Provenance: private collection – Mrs. Pearl Wartenbee Spratt

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of watermelon farmers. They remove seeds from whole watermelons. Rinds are thrown in pile at right. There is a machine in the center and wagons with horses on both sides. There is one man in the back of wagon on the left. There is a boy and a man holding a watermelon. There is another man in front of machine with hands on hips.

Other Info.: Photo is in a cardboard mat/frame. Frame and photo is torn and taped on upper left corner. Frame has tape on back also. Frame is 8 x 1/16″

Related to:

Subject: Al Lawder, Bill Love, farming equipment crusher and pit, horses watermelon seeds hopper pulp rinds, Jay Wartenbee, No Man’s Land, Parl Wartenbee Spratt, Tommy Love, Wagons, watermelons,

Call No: P170-F1a

Description: Lady standing with arms out

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 113/16 x 3

Condition: Good

Content:

[back] Bernice 17 yrs

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of a woman standing on a roof. She is holding some sort of string with arms outstretched.

Other Info.: Photo has glue marks on back.

Related to:

Subject: 17 years old, Bernice, woman,

Call No: P171-A1a

Description: Street scene

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 3/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Carr (part of a letter) Gene; ? [st.] Beaver Ok. 1893

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of street scene with overgrown street. Has buildings. Red lines on picture.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1893, Beaver City Oklahoma, brush, building, street, town,

Call No: P172-A2a3

Description: T.T. Boles’ last residence

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 2 3/4 x 4 1/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[Front] T. T. Boles’ Last Residence, Liberal, Kansas 1909. (age 85.)
[back] 2 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a home with a chimney. Picture is very fuzzy.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1909, Boles, building, Liberal Kansas,

Call No: P173-F1b

Description: Sam Wood

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 9/16 x 5 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Sam Wood; Sept. 1965 [back] C-2 [C-2 is circled] 2 1/2 x 3 3/4;
[note taped on back] Col. Samuel N. Wood Kans. State Historical Society
[note] Copy C-2 Col. Samuel Newitt Wood, one of the main Stevens County personalities in the county seat war of the 1880s. Wood was a close friend of Charles Edward Hancock’s father and handled his legal work for him. Photo courtesy Jack Best, North Platte, Nebraska. [Photo courtesy Jack Best, North Platte, Nebraska. is underlined] Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of bust of Sam Wood.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back. Photo has yellowed tape around a note on back.

Related to:

Subject: 1880s, Charles Edward Hancock, Col. Samuel Newitt Wood, County seat war, Jack Best, Sam Wood, Stevens County,

Call No: P174-F2d1

Description: Town band

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
[note] Q. How large did a town have to be in the early days to afford a Town Band? A: The size of the town meant little, it was how many musicians lived there that counted. Liberal, Kansas, founded in 1888, when the CK & N Railroad reached there, had a town band the following year. Their (later) football team received its name from a remark by a visiting newspaper editor who heard the band play and said “They play like a band of wild Indians!” Thus the Liberal Redskins are the high school football team today.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a band with 9 men and 2 boys. Each are holding a musical instrument.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: band, CK & N Railroad, football team, high school, Liberal Kansas, Liberal Redskins, Town band,

Call No: P175-C1a

Description: Rock Island Bridge

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Part of Rock-Iland bridge left by the Cimarron flood. May 1914 Arkalon, Kans.
[back] [two stamps with] Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215. [One stamp under a Colorado address is Bluebonnet Courts address]
[note] Two great floods [insert symbol] of 1908 and 1914 played an important part in the despoliation of the Cimarron river valley meadows. those of 1908 and 1914. [those of 1908 and 1914. is crossed out] The view shows the Rock Island railway bridge which was washed away in 1914 together with a second, or “slough,” bridge. Photo courtesy Paul Custer. [Photo courtesy Paul Custer. is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a broken bridge with people standing on it and on the shore.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: 1908, 1914, Arkalon Kansas, bridges, Cimarron River, floods, Paul Custer, Rock Island Railway bridge,

Call No: P176-A1a

Description: Liberal, Kansas

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 7/16 x 4 15/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] — 10 days old — Liberal, Kansas – April, 1888
[back] Return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
[note] Liberal, Kansas “Boom Town.” Age 10 Days. Looking north from the railroad, a tent and shack city had begun. By 1988, a modest little [little is crossed out] city of 16,000, the “Queen of the Southwest” as her residents call her. Photo courtesy the late Lee Larrabee. [Photo courtesy the late Lee Larrabee. is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a small town with tents and shacks.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: April 1888, boom town, Lee Larrabee, Liberal Kansas, tents,

Call No: P177-H1d1

Description: Blown area

Date of origin: 1957

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/16 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] “A “Blown” Area” – “They plowed up the Southwest Cattle Range … but the Kansas winds continued to blow.” No negative; Picture by H.E. Chrisman 1957 west of Liberal, Kansas
[note] Victim of the Plow Pioneer cattlemen told early settlers that it would be difficult to make a living by the plow on the arid southwest plains. But nothing could stop the tide of settlement. An Indian, looking at the plowed earth, grunted: “white man heap fool; turn earth upside down.” Though the wind has always blown over the southwest plains, causing “sandstorms,” it created small damage until the great plows turned the buffalo grass under. Then the earth began to move. Thousands of acres of land were rendered fit only for Soil Bank use. Some has been re-seeded to grass. This photo was taken in 1957 four miles west of Liberal, Kansas. Photo by Author. [Photo by Author. is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a sand dune with plants on top of it.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: cattle range, Indian, Kansas winds, plowing, sandstorms, Settlers, Southwest Plains,

Call No: P178-5a

Description: Merchant Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/16 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] 4 x 4 1/2 Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
[note] A No Man’s Land Ranch in 1887 The Merchant Ranch, 22 miles south of Liberal, Kansas. Mrs. Henry Merchant is in the buggy, her husband sits his horse beside the rig. Henry Merchant later operated a livery stable in Liberal in a building that was constructed by Charles Hancock. Photo from author’s collection. [Photo from author’s collection. is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a ranch. Has a building with cows and horses in front of it. There is a buggy with a woman in it and 2 men on horseback. Looks like picture was torn or cut on bottom right corner. Then it looks like the original picture was placed on some kind of wood to take this picture.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: 1887, Charles Hancock, Henry Merchant, Liberal Kansas, livery stable, Merchant Ranch, Mrs. Henry Merchant, No Man’s Land Ranch,

Call No: P179-D1e

Description: Buffalo – catalo herd

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Reduce to 4 1/2 x 3″ deep; CJ Jones Buffalo + catalo herd; Return to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215; Please credit the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka. [note] Copy L Charles J. (Buffalo) Jones’ catalo-buffalo herd at Garden City, Kansas. Jones caught his calves from the remnant of the once great Southern Herd of buffalo, crossing the buffalo heifers with domestic bulls. The hybrid he named ‘catalo.’ Photo courtesy Kansas Historical Society. [Photo courtesy Kansas Historical Society. is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a herd of buffalo (Catalo). They are behind a fence with some on a hill and some in foreground.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: buffalo, Buffalo Jones, calves, catalo, Charles J. Jones, domestic bulls, Garden City, Kansas, heifers, hybrid, Kansas Historical Society,

Call No: P18-F2f1

Description: D.C. Mastin Ranch Outfit on Roundup

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 7 5/16 x 9 11/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Reduce to 4 1/2 x 3″ [brand symbol drawn] Please credit the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka; Return to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215; Hands and chuck wagon on D.C. Mastin ranch, Cimarron 1885 [note 1] Job # 302760H (underlined) Ref # 9 .17/1.55 (underlined) Page # 144-E (underlined) A (dotted line) HT (circled) LINE D.O.H.T. O.L.HT DUO RESCR Shoot at 51% (underlined) [note 2] Copy I (circled) D.C. Mastin Ranch Outfit on Roundup (underlined) Operating in No Man’s Land in 1885, these are the type of men young Charles E. Hancock rode among in his youth. Mastin branded 7L(brand symbol). Photo courtesy Kansas State Historical Society.
Brand: __
7L

Provenance: Kansas State Historical Society

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a group of men on horseback. Looks like they are in a camp with rocks in the background. There is a chuckwagon with the cook standing beside it. There is also a tent in the foreground and brush and a tree in the background.

Other Info.: Photo has tape tear marks on top back

Related to:

Subject: 1885, Brand, Charles Hancock, No Man’s Land, outfit, roundup,

Call No: P180-F1b

Description: Charles Rath

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Property of Harry E. Chrisman Lane D Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas; 36E; Charles Rath
[note] Bob Rath worked at Liberal, KS Drug Store and I knew him well. Had many interesting talks with him. HEC Charles Rath 1838 – ? Dodge City – Rath City- Mobeetie – Fort Griffin [paragraph starts] Merchant, Indian trader, hide buyer, Charles Rath was one of the best-known men in the Southwest Plains area. He married Carrie Markely in Sweet Wine, Ohio, in 1870, came to Kansas in 1871, to Dodge City in 1872. Carrie returned to Ohio in 1873 where their first child, Jesse Crane, a son, was born. Had she remained in Dodge he would have been the first white child born there. [next paragraph] Rath had two brothers at Dodge —- Criss and William. Wm lived over the old frame store building, corner of Bridge (Second) and Front Streets. [next paragraph] Rath had two other children by Carrie Markley Rath — a son Robert and a daughter Bertha. Robert was a popular Dodge pharmacist for many years. Charles Rath later had a second wife, an Indian maiden. Photo courtesy original Robert E. Eagen Collection, Dodge City, Kansas. [Photo courtesy original Robert E. Eagen Collection is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is a portrait of a man in a suit with short hair and moustache. Came with a clipping and note.

Other Info.: Photo has 4 glue spots on top back. Photo has tape on top and right back.

Related to: NC11-F1b (Branch stores),

Subject: Carrie Markley, Charles Rath, Dodge City Kansas, hide buyer, Indian trader, merchant, Southwest Plains, Sweet Wine,

Call No: P181-F2b2

Description: Emrie Family with two mules

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Harry E. Chrisman Lane D Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas [note] Beaver County Oklahoma pioneers Mr. and Mrs. Harlo Emrie and children. Left to right the children are, Chester, Helen, and Lawrence. Photo approximately 1905. Courtesy Lois Morrissey. I knew Harlo Emrie as a man of 70-75. He drove a Cadillac. Was a nice old chap to visit with. He married J.M. Hickman’s widow, but it never worked out. HEC

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a man holding the reins of a mule team standing by his wife in front of a sod house. 3 children are sitting in a wagon in front of them. There are chickens running around.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Beaver County Oklahoma, Chester Emrie, family, Harlo Emrie, Helen Emrie, Lawrence Emrie, Lois Morrissey, Mules, Pioneers, sod house,

Call No: P182-A3f

Description: Commercial Hotel

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Broomcorn Corner Liberal Ks.; Pennell & Dunlap Real Estate; Commerical Hotel [back] The Commercial Hotel (on corner of Kansas Ave at Railroad St. (“Trail Street”) Pennell & Dunlap – Real Estate looking toward “Quality Hill” West; circa 1900; Harry E. Chrisman Return; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a street scene with wagons full of broomcorn. There is a hotel on right side and real estate building in the middle.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Broomcorn Corner, Commercial Hotel, Kansas Avenue, Liberal Kansas, Pennell and Dunlap Real Estate, Quality Hill, Railroad Street, Trail Street,

Call No: P183-F1a

Description: Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] No 4 (2 stamps of:) Harry E. Chrisman Lane D Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas; Return to.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of Catherine Chrisman on a huge rock with open range behind her.

Other Info.: Photo has tape tear marks on bottom back.

Related to: N169-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro), N215-F1a (Catherine Chrisman standing on top of a rock at Palo Duro),

Subject: 1960, Catherine A. Chrisman, open range, Rock of Palo Duro, Wood logs,

Call No: P184-H1c2

Description: Cemetary remains

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8 x 7 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Remains of the old Fort Hays Military Cemetery. All bodies removed many years ago; Photo by Robt. Eagan – Dodge City; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of markers (3) in a big field.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cemeteries, Dodge City Kansas, Fort Hays Military Cemetery, remains, Robert Eagan,

Call No: P185-H1e

Description: Fort Dodge/ Fort Hays Trails

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8 x 7 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Looking North on the Dodge City [Dodge City crossed out] Fort Dodge to Fort Hays Trail. Photo received from Robt Eagan Dodge City; 32E; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of open range with brush.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Dodge City Kansas, Fort Dodge Trail, Fort Hays Trail, Rogert Eagan,

Call No: P186-H1e

Description: Fort Hays to Fort Dodge Trail

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Fort Hays to Fort Dodge Trail; Photo by Robt Eagan Dodge City; N/E of Fort Dodge; 11A Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of open range with a fence in it. There are dark objects in the foreground.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Dodge City Kansas, fence, Fort Dodge, Fort Dodge Trail, Fort Hays Trail, open range, Robert Eagan,

Call No: P187-F1b

Description: Portrait of N.B. Klaine

Date of origin: February 27, 1887

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Klaine in middle age; Topeka, Kansas Sunday morning, February 27, 1887
[back] N.B. Klaine, Editor Dodge City Times; 37E; From the original Robert E. Eagan – Collection Box 856, Dodge City, Kansas. [note] N.B. Klaine Dodge City, Kansas; N.B. Klaine edited the Dodge City Times [Dodge City Times is underlined] for a number of years. The Times [Times is underlined] was published from 1876 to 1893, though not all under his editorship. Photo by the original Robert E. Eagan collection.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a picture portrait of a man on top of a newspaper.

Other Info.: Photo has stain on bottom corner front and back. Photo has glue stains on top back.

Related to: P191-F1b (N.B. Klaine),

Subject: 1876-1893, Dodge City Kansas, Dodge City Times, editor, N.B. Klaine, newspaper, Robert E. Eagan,

Call No: P188-K2

Description: Newspaper ad

Date of origin: July 1960

Type: Print

Size: 3 3/4 x 5 5/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] DC Times 6/6-1878; credit (downward pointing arrow) From the original Robert E. Eagan – Collection Box 856, Dodge City, Kansas [Front] JUL 60 Dentistry J.H. Holliday, Dentist, very respectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Dodge City and surrounding country during the summer. Office at room No. 24, Dodge House. Where satisfaction is not given money will be refunded. [line seperating paragraphs]
Mr. R. P. Edwards, boss herder for Henry Stevens, came up from the Canadian this week, where he has been holding cattle during the winter. He started for Paladuro on Wednesday to bring up about 800 calves that have been sold by Mr. Stevens. [line seperating paragraphs]
Bona, in his Dodge City account to the [rest of paragraph cut off] [parts of side columns also cut off. Image enlarged by 125%]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 2 ads. One about a dentist and other about a boss herder.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1878, ads, Dodge City Times, Henry Stevens, J.H. Holliday dentist, June 6 1878, newspaper, Paladuro, R.P. Edwards boss herder, Robert E. Eagan,

Call No: P189-F1b

Description: Fred Mundenhall

Date of origin: March ’59

Type: Print

Size: 3 13/16 x 5 1/4

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Fred Mundenhall Editor of the D.C. Times; Mar ’59
[back] E487; Kodak Velox paper; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas.
[note] Fred Mundenhall Dodge City, Kansas; Mundenhall was an early editor of the Dodge City Times [Dodge City Times is underlined]. Photo from original Robert E. Eagan collection.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Portrait of a man standing up leaning on something to side of him and holding onto something in front of him looks like iron gate with fancy shapes attached to some kind of stone.

Other Info.: Photo has glue stains on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Dodge City Times, editor, Fred Mundenhall, Robert E. Eagan,

Call No: P19-D1b

Description: Longhorn Cattle

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Longhorns at Cache, Okla circa 1957-8 Photo by Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas #45a (right arrow drawn above the top of the number)

Provenance: personal collection

Miscellaneous Info.:

3 cattle; 1 can see back 1 color; 2nd solid color, 3rd has 2 colors.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Cache, longhorn cattle, Oklahoma, range,

Call No: P190-J1

Description: List of Cheyenne Prisoners

Date of origin: July 1959

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/4 x 5 1/4

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Cheyenne Prisoners at Dodge City – Apr. 30, 1879. 1. [Wakabish] 2. Maniton 3. Old Crow 4. Left Hand – [died sailing from OK Je, 1911] 5. Wild Hog – a [tongue] Riv Res 1885-[88] 6. Old man (92 years old) 7. [muskekon or muslcelcon] 8. George Reynolds – nephew of Maj R. 9. Franklin G. Adams. Jul ’59 [1885] Indian Wars – Cheyenne D Cheyenne raid captives, Decatur County, 1879. The last Indian raid in Kansas. Drawer 12 [Drawer 12 written on the bottom of list]
[back] Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas ; [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a list placed on 2 pictures with trains on them.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: captives, Cheyenne Prisoners, Decatur County, Dodge City Kansas, Indian Wars,

Call No: P191-F1b

Description: N.B. Klaine

Date of origin: March ’59

Type: Print

Size: 3 13/16 x 5 5/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Mar ’59; N.B. Klaine; Klaine as a young man. [back] Kodak Velox paper

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a picture of a portrait of a man. He has a moustache.

Other Info.: Photo has yellow stains on front and back top.

Related to: P187-F1b (Portrait of N.B. Klaine),

Subject: N.B. Klaine,

Call No: P192-A1a

Description: Main Street in Garden City, Kansas

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 13/16 x 4 13/16

Condition: Fair

Content:

[front] [?] Main Street – The; A616
[back] Main St. Garden City 1916 year we landed in the town. An uncle had been there since 1905 in Real Estate Biz. Photo from Ottis B. Zirkle P.O. Box 102 Brownton, W.Va.; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a main street with cars parked in front of the store fronts. There are street lamps.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1916, automobile, buildings, Garden City, Kansas, Main Street, Ottis B. Zirkle, store fronts, street scene,

Call No: P193-A1a

Description: Airplane stunt Garden City, Kansas

Date of origin: 1920

Type: Print

Size: 3 3/4 x 4 3/4

Condition: Fair

Content:

[front] E.J. Pyle Real Estate Est.; Welcome Garden City; F Finner Hardware; Pool; HUF[R]; One of the many stunts – Angel – Burns Flying Circus; A617
[back] 1920 E.J. Pyle sign on bldg. at Rt. Early Land agt.; Main d [st.] Garden City 1920. Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a stunt plane with a person standing on their head on the wing of the plane. Plane is flying over Main St.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Angel Burns Flying Circus, E.J. Pyle, Garden City, Kansas, Land agent, Real Estate agent,

Call No: P194-F2b5

Description: Herbert Tonney with sister and Mrs. Wood

Date of origin: March 1964

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/16

Condition: Fair

Content:

[front] [red line and 2 x’s] MAR 1964
[back] Herbert Tonney – His sister stands at his right; 787[4]; Jack Best Collection; Make 4 1/4 x 2 1/4″; Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
[note] Copy H[?] [Copy H[?]is underlined]; Herbert Tonney, only man to escape death at Hay Meadow Massacre stands between his sister, at left of photo, and Mrs. Sam Wood, at right of picture. Photo courtesy Jack Best [Photo courtesy Jack Best is underlined]. Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 2 women and 1 man standing between them. There is the top of a child’s head under the right lady.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Hay Meadow Massacre, Herbert Tonney, Jack Best, Mrs. Sam Wood,

Call No: P195-A1

Description: J.W. Tire Street Scene

Date of origin: July 1959

Type: Print

Size: 3 7/16 x 5 5/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] J.W. Tire; Jul ’59
[back] J.W. (Jarvis + Wolf) Tire Shop Last of the old-time buildings on Front Street, Dodge City, KS. To the right of old building is brick bldg setting opposite the Santa Fe Passenger Station. Circa 1926-28. Harry E. Chrisman Lane D. Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of street scene with J.W. Tire building. A vehicle parked in front with two people sitting on a bench. Across street 8 vehicles are parked.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Dodge City Kansas, Front Street, J.W. Tire Shop, Jarvis and Wolf Tire Shop, Santa Fe Passenger Station,

Call No: P196-F2a3

Description: Pioneer children of Stevens County, Kansas

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[back] Steve [?] Pioneers; Reduce to 4 1/2 x 3″; oldest girl Mrs. Frank Peacock, Stevens County circa 1899-1909; Left to right 1. May Pearcy age 4 2. Bertha Bell (Mrs. O.K. Nelson, Hugoton) (Mrs. LeRoy Chances mother) 3. Mrs. Frank Peacock 4. Blanche Bell (Mrs. Otto Sprading) (arrow pointing to 1 and 4) 5. Bert Holloway (brother of Mrs. Peacock) 6. Unidentified boy (later was taken to asylum at Larned) Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
[note] Copy K Pioneer children of Stevens County, Kansas, in the early [early is crossed out] nineties; Left to right: Blanche Bell, later Mrs. Otto Spradling; Bertha Bell, later Mrs. O.K. Nelson; Phoebe Holloway, later Mrs. Frank Peacock of Liberal; xxxxxxxxx May (Mrs. Roy) Pearcy; Bert Holloway; (unidentified boy). Photo courtesy Mrs. Frank Peacock, Liberal, Kansas. [Photo courtesy Mrs. Frank Peacock is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 6 children standing in a line. They are standing in a line in front of a building. There are 2 women standing in the shadows of the doorway.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back. Photo has tape tear mark on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Bert Holloway, Bertha Bell, Blanche Bell, children, Hugoton Kansas, Larned asylum, May Pearcy, Mrs. Frank Peacock, Mrs. LeRoy Chance, Mrs. O.K. Nelson, Mrs. Otto Spradling asylum, Pioneers, Stevens County,

Call No: P197-F2f7

Description: Kansas National Guard

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] 2 = 2nd signature; KNG at Hugoton; 1888; Return to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215; Please credit the Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka; Reduce to 4 1/4 x 2 1/2″ [note] Copy A-2; The Second Regiment, Kansas National Guard, which was ordered to Hugoton to disarm the Hugoton and Woodsdale factions during the Stevens County seat war in 1888. Photo courtesy Kansas Historical Society. [Photo courtesy Kansas Historical Society is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a line of people in the KS Nat. Guard. There is an officer standing in front of them. Buldings and 2 flags behind the line.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: 1888, Hugoton Factions, Hugoton Kansas, Kansas Historical Society, National Guard, Second regiment, Stevens County pioneers, Woodsdale Factions,

Call No: P198-A2f

Description: St. Nicholas Hotel, Vorhees, Kansas

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/8

Condition: Good

Content:

[back] St. Nicholas Hotel Vorhees, Kansas (west of Liberal) circa 1887-88; This structure razed and re-built as home south of Liberal 2 miles by Chas. Wright pioneer Beaver Co. Okla atty and cattleman; Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215.
[note] Copy B-2 St. Nicholas Hotel, Vorhees, Kansas This old structure saw some of the fighting of the Stevens County county-seat war. It was razed and re-built as the home of Charles Wright, pioneer attorney and cattleman of Beaver County, Oklahoma, south of Liberal, Kansas two miles. Photo courtesy the late Burris Wright. [Photo courtesy the late Burris Wright is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a 2-story hotel with people standing in front of it. There are 2 saddle horses 1 with rider on it. 1 buggy with people in it and 1 team of horses.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Beaver County Oklahoma, Burris Wright, cattleman, Charles Wright, Liberal Kansas, Pioneer attorney, St. Nicholas Hotel, Stevens County pioneers, Vorhees, Vorhees Kansas,

Call No: P199-J2

Description: Dodge City town charter

Date of origin: March 1960

Type: Print

Size: 3 13/16 x 5 5/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] MAR ’60; The Dodge City Town Company; shares each $10.00; Captial Stock, $6,000.00; No. 76; Ford County, Kansas. [10] shares. This is to certify [?] R.W. Evans _ is the owner of Ten [?] the capital stock of transferable only [?] the books of the company [?] this certificate. In witness whereof, The President and Secretary have here _ offered there signatures, and the seat of the Company. the _ 22nd _ day of December AG 1884. Wm G. Dickinson Secretary Alden [?] President
[back] E737 Dodge City, Kansas original Town Charter credit (downward pointing arrow) From the original Robert E. Eagan – Collection Box 856, Dodge City, Kansas [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a town charter.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Dodge City Kansas, Ford County Kansas, Town charter,

Call No: P2-F2f1

Description: Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8

Condition: Good

Content:

[back of photo] Credit Denver Public Library Western History Department Photo by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyo. Reproduction of print is subject to use fee order # 03632. Notice this material may be protected by copyright law (title 17 U.S. Codes). Return to Harry E. Chrisman, 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215. Cowboys (originals) (Kirkland) F4211 [note taped to photo] Q. What sort of saddle horses did the old-time range cowboys ride? A. The photographer Kirkland of Cheyenne caught this excellent group of saddlehorses on the Roundup near Cheyenne. It depicts the general mustang stock the cowmen used in the 1880’s and 1890’s on the Wyoming range. Some of the stock had, by this time, been crossed with Morgan, American Bred Saddler and even Thoroughbred stock. Even traces of the Texas Steel Dust breeding remained in these fine saddle horses. –Denver Public Library Photo

Provenance: Denver Public Library

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of men with horses; some men are sitting on ground. Was in a manila envelope.

Other Info.: reproduction

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: Cheyenne, cowboy, horse, roundup, saddle horse, transportation, Wyoming,

Call No: P20-D1b

Description: Longhorn Cow

Date of origin: 1957-1958

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Longhorn Cow Fort Griffin, Texas circa 1957-8 Photo by Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Libera, Kansas

Provenance: personal collection

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cow is laying down in front of a scrub tree. Solid color.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cow, Fort Griffin, longhorn cattle, Texas,

Call No: P200-D1b

Description: Longhorn cow lying down

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/16 x 7″

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Fort Griffin; Photo by Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas; (right pointing arrow) 45c.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a longhorn cow with crooked horns, lying down with trees behind.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cattle, Fort Griffin, longhorn cattle, open range, trees,

Call No: P201-D1a1

Description: Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] VI [?] Cattle on Rosebud Reserv. [back] VI Return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [note] VI; 5 x 7″; Q. How were cattle issued to the Indians on the Reservations? A. When the Texas trail herds arrived, the animals were corraled. Each Indian family entitled to a beef was called, a steer turned out the gate and the Indian family killed it and butchered it right there on the prairie. The above scene is from an issue at the Rosebud Reservation, Todd County, S.D. — photo from author’s collection (line and markings; unreadable)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of corralled cows. There are people on horseback and standing outside of the corral.
Photo has tape on top back.

Other Info.:

Related to: E24 (Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation), M/F10 (Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation), N210-D1a1 (Issuing cattle on Rosebud Reservation),

Subject: cattle, Indians, Reservations, Rosebud Reservation, Texas trail herds, Todd County South Dakota,

Call No: P202-F1b

Description: Jess Willard Heavyweight champion

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/4 x 6 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Repro-DeHaven, Chicago [back] Jess Willard Heavyweight Champion of the World – 1917. Jess’ wife: Mrs. Hattie B. Willard 3736 Anderson Ave La Crescenta, Calif.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a man in a fighting stance with left arm outstretched.

Other Info.:

Related to: L13-F1b (Letter from Hattie B. Willard),

Subject: 1917, boxing, California, Hattie B. Willard, Heavyweight champion of the world, Jess Willard, La Crescenta,

Call No: P203-A2b11

Description: Tepee in front of houses

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 1/8 x 7 1/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] V.A. Kear builder of sod town; 2 miles east of Dighton, Kansas; Return to Harry C; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 4 buildings with a tepee in front of them. There are 3 cars, 1 wagon, 1 buggy, 1 windmill and 1 American flag.
Photo has stains on back.

Other Info.:

Related to: C15-A5g2 (Spanish Mission Yield Treasure?),

Subject: automobile, cars, Dighton Kansas, Houses, sod town, Teepee, Tepee, V.A. Kear, wagon, windmill,

Call No: P204-E1c

Description: Airplane going up

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] “Going Up” S.W. Fair Liberal Kans. 1912. [back] Biggest army airport in world – First air plane [assertion] assention at same; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of an airplane gaining altitude with fairground corrals and barns behind it.

Other Info.:

Related to: C8-E1c (From Thursday, October 24 Guymon Herald),

Subject: 1912, aeroplane, airplane, Army airport, Liberal Kansas, Southwest Fair,

Call No: P205-F1a

Description: Mildred Douglas-World Champion Lady bronc-buster

Date of origin: 1918

Type: Print

Size: 4 x 4 15/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Mildred Douglas World Champion Lady bronc-buster; copyright 19[18] D.F.P.Co., Inc. died Jan. 25, 1982 Don Bell Days [back] Mildred Douglas World’s Champion Woman Bronco Buster (copyright symbol) 1918 by Doubleday, F.P.Co., Inc. Mildred Douglas Return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver 80215

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Woman cowgirl stands with one arm raised and the other at her side holding cowboy hat; vest and chaps have fringe and conchos.
Photo has tape on top and bottom back.

Other Info.:

Related to: N78-F1a (Mildred Douglas-World Champion Lady bronc-buster),

Subject: D.F.P.Co., Don Bell Days, Doubleday, female cowboy, fringed chaps, fringed vest, Mildred Douglas, World Champion lady bronc-buster,

Call No: P206-D2b

Description: seeding watermelons

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Taken about the of 1896 or 1897; F.M. Steele. Artist. Liberal, Kansas. [has red x’s and marks on photo] [back] Make 7″ x 3 1/4″ [2 ink stamps of:] Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215; Return photo to; [1 stamp of:] Harry E. Chrisman Lane D Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas [note 1]Copy M-2 In this above scene of a watermelon seed harvest, taken by F.M. Steele, photographer, in 1897, is shown watermelons on the Norton Hockett farm, near Liberal, Kansas, undergoing processing to obtain the seeds. The seeds were sold to the Ferry Seed Co., (now Ferry-Morse Seed Co). Hundreds of acres of the good, new sod lands were devoted to the raising of watermelons, principally for the seeds. Eventually a machine for crushing the melons was devised, and the pulp thrown into a large pit to “sour.” This cleaned the pulp from the seeds which were then dried and sacked for the market. [paragraph underlined] Use above Copy in book. [Note 2 ][paragraph is crossed out] SEEDING WATERMELONS —- Circa 1896-97 on Norton Hockett farm, near Liberal, Kansas. Photo by F.M. Steele, Liberal. Man on knees at left: Shannon Bowman. Norton Hockett, owner of melons. Andrew “, owner’s son. Buggy with 3 girls: Ethel Hockett (Will Bowman’s future wife). Bell Bowman (Asa Hockett’s future wife) Bell Hanner (Tom Smith’s future wife) Mr. Dillon Gideon Hockett Sitting or kneeling: Will Bowman Standing by barrel: John R. Cook Lumber wagon and horses: Johnny Wright and Asa Hockett. Carrying melon: Fred Bowman and John Crothers Seeding melons: Ancel Hampelton and Elvin Carr. Front Melon marked “60 Pounds” Do not[underlined] use this copy in book.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of various people seeding watermelons. There are 3 girls in a buggy and a wagon with 2 horse team.
Photo has tape on top back and right side back. There is a tear on left back.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Ancel Hampelton, Asa Hockett, Bell Bowman, Bell Hanner, Elvin Carr, Ethel Hockett, F.M. Steele, Ferry Seed Co., Ferry-Morse Seed Co., Fred Bowman, John Crothers, John R. Cook, Johnny Wright, Liberal Kansas, Norton Hockett farm, Photographer, Watermelon seed harvest, Will Bowman,

Call No: P207-F1b

Description: Marion Eldridge, Sr.

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 7/8 x 7 1/8

Condition: Good

Content:

Marion Eldridge, Sr., Foreman on Hardesty Ranch Okla. Panhandle

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Man stands at right with one hand on horse’s saddle; horse is at left with head looking forward.
Photo has tape on back middle.

Other Info.:

Related to: N79-F1b (Marion Eldridge, Sr.),

Subject: books, coat, cowboy hat, Foreman, Hardesty Ranch, horse, man, Marion Eldridge Sr., Oklahoma Panhandle, saddle,

Call No: P208-A2b11

Description: Old Rock House on Hardesy Ranch

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 7/8 x 7 1/8

Condition: Good

Content:

Old Rock House on Hardesty Ranch Okla. Panhandle NW 1/4, Sec. 23, in Twp.[Turp.] 1, North of Range 19, East of Cimarron Meridian.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

House on plains; automobile beside house; windmill right behind house.
Photo has tape on top left back.

Other Info.:

Related to: N80-A2b11 (Old Rock House on Hardesy Ranch),

Subject: automobile, Cimarron Meridian, Hardesty Ranch, house, Oklahoma Panhandle, Old Rock House, plains, ranch, trees, windmill,

Call No: P209-J2

Description: Adobe Walls, Texas, Monument

Date of origin: 1929

Type: Print

Size: 3 9/16 x 4 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Dobe Walls, Texas [back] Adobe Walls Taken 1929 Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74, Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Adobe Walls monument surrounded by fence; people standing by fence; monument set off in the middle of plains.

Other Info.:

Related to: E24 (Issuing Cattle on Rosebud Reservation), N82-J2 (Adobe Walls, Texas, Monument),

Subject: Adobe Walls monument, Adobe Walls Texas, brush grass, fence, hills, people, plains, Rocks,

Call No: P21-D1b

Description: Longhorn cow

Date of origin: 1957-1958

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Longhorn cow at Fort Griffin, Texas circa 1957-8 Photo by Harry E. Chrisman Lane D Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance: personal collection

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cow is standing amongst [scrub] trees. Dark solid color.

Other Info.: Photo has a paper clip mark on right back top.

Related to:

Subject: cows, longhorn cattle, range,

Call No: P210-J2

Description: Mrs. William Wyant at Adobe Walls, Texas, Monument

Date of origin: 1929

Type: Print

Size: 3 9/16 x 4 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Adobe Walls Mrs. Wm Wyant 1929 Scene of Battle of ‘Dobe Walls between Buffalo Hunters and Indians 1874 Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Adobe Walls monument surrounded by fence; woman in hat stands beside fence; grass is tall, trees in background

Other Info.:

Related to: N81-J2 (Mrs. William Wyant at Adobe Walls, Texas, Monument),

Subject: Adobe Walls monument, Adobe Walls Texas, Battle of ‘Dobe Walls, buffalo hunters, fence, grass, Indians, Mrs. William Wyant, trees, woman,

Call No: P211-D2b

Description: Seeding watermelons

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Taken about the of 1896 or 1897; F.M. Steele. Artist. Liberal, Kansas. One watermelon is circled with an arrow pointing to it. It has 60 lbs written on it. [back] SUN MAG; 79; 79 (circled); Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas; 3 vol-32 Picas; Cash Crop. [note] Seeding Watermelsons — Circa 1896-97 Photo by F.M. Steele, Liberal, KS. Man on knees at left: Shannon Bowman. Norton Hockett, owner of melons. Andrew ” (ditto marks) son of owner. Buggy with 3 girls: Ethel Hockett, Bell Bowman and Bell Hanner, Tom Smith’s future wife. Ethel was Will Bowaman’s (a crossed out) future wife. Mr. Dillon Gideon Hockett Sitting or kneeling: Will Bowman Standing by barrell: John R. Cook lumber wagon and horses: Johnny Wright and Asa Hockett. carrying melon: Fred Bowman and John Crothers. seeding melons: Ancel Hampelton and Elvin Carr. On Norton Hockett Farm, Front melon market 60 lbs. (arrow points to 65 lb melon)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of people standing, sitting, and kneeling beside watermelons. They are scooping the center out of the rinds. Possible seed harvest. There is one buggy with 3 people in it and one wagon with barrels on it. There is a watermelon that is circled in white with an arrow pointing to it.
Photo has tape on the top back.

Other Info.:

Related to: N206-F1a (Georgia Fix),

Subject: Ancel Hampelton, Andrew Hockett, Asa Hockett, Bell Bowman, Bell Hanner, Ethel Hockett, F.M. Steele, Fred Bowman, Gideon Hockett, John Crothers, John R. Cook, Johnny Wright, Norton Hockett, Norton Hockett farm, Shannon Bowman, Watermelon seed harvest, Will Bowman,

Call No: P212-A1a

Description: Beaver, Oklahoma Main Street

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 8 x 10 1/8

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] (arrow pointing left) 24 pics (arrow pointing right) Main St. Beaver, OK; 1893; [back] (arrow pointing left) 24 picts (arrow pointing right); [‘rgs]; 41 1/2; Billy Olive, son of J.P. (Print) Olive, was bushwacked from behind the smaller building at the left as he and “Lengthy” Halford rode up and tied their horses in front of large building at right of picture (Garrigue? General Store) HEC; Please return photo to – Harry E. Chrisman Lane D. Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of Main St. in Beaver, OK 1893. Buildings look run down. There is brush in the street.
Photo has torn tape mark on top back.

Other Info.:

Related to: E26 (Negative envelope), M/F12 (Three large photos mat/frame),

Subject: 1893, Beaver City Oklahoma, Billy Olive, bushwacked, Garrigres General Store, J.P. (Print) Olive, Lengthy Halford, Main Street,

Call No: P213-H1d1

Description: Chrisman sitting on a fallen tree

Date of origin: June 30, 1962

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/2 x 2 3/4

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film [back] June 30, 1962; Harry E. Chrisman at Harwood Ranch; + 4 1/2; July 2 (crossed out); June 30, 1962 [note 1] Order form from Johnson Publishing Co. 839 Pearl Street P.O. Box 990 Boulder, Colorado. #4240. [note 2] 14 ems; site of old Harwood Ranch; The author is shown near the spring at the old Harwood Ranch, one of the first in Seward County. The location was known as Harwoodville, and the county’s first news-paper was published there, “The Prairie Owl.” The Harwoodville post office was established there on July 27, 1885, the office moving to Fargo Springs and taking on the name of that village on December 22, 1885. W.I. Harwood, Dodge City cattleman “with range west of the Adobe Walls Trail,” was the principal. His brand was a Circle Cross L connected. (Photo [underlined] by xxxxxxx courtesy the author [by xxxx crossed out; courtesy the author underlined and crossed out]. From Harry E. Chrisman June 30, 1962 Make cut about 1/2 page wide across page. [back] “They killed Jed Smith”

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

There is a photocopy of this photo with the same number.
Photo has tape mark on bottom back.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: A Prairie Owl newspaper, December 22 1885, Dodge City cattleman, Fargo Springs, Harry E. Chrisman, Harwood Ranch, Harwoodville, Harwoodville post office, July 27, 1885, Seward County, Spring, W.I. Harwood,

Call No: P214-H1d1

Description: Robert Evans at Fargo Springs site

Date of origin: June 30, 1962

Type: Print

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 7/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[back] Bob Evans at Fargo Springs June 30, 1962. Copy of Picture [front] Bob Evans (Liberal) says this was Wagon [D] or [B]ody Springs [?]. Order slip from Johnson Publishing Co. 839 Pearl Street P.O. Box 990 Boulder, Colorado. #4240. [note] Old Fargo Springs? Robert Evans, son of pioneers who lived in the Fargo Springs region since boyhood, stands on the location where he heard the old Fargo xxxx Spring was located. This location is a mile to the northeast of the old town site of Fargo Springs. (Photo by author (author crossed out) Harry E. Chrisman.) 14 [ems] (straight line drawn) Make cut about 1/2 page wide (across page). “Today’s News Today” (crossed out) [back] They killed Jed Smith

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a man standing in an open area with brush and hills behind him.
Photo has tear on back top.
There is a copy of this photo.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Fargo Springs, Jed Smith, June 30 1962, Pioneers, Robert Evans, Wagon Body Springs,

Call No: P215-A5a

Description: Man with a metal detector

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 2 7/16 x 2 11/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] 2 Kodak Safety Film [back] Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas; Allen Nichols Olive Ranch [note] Nichols locates the root cellar at the old Olive Ranch with his metal detector. Allen Nichols soon locates the root cellar beneath the kitchen floor at the old Olive Ranch on the Smoky Hill River in Kansas. Photo by Author. (sentence underlined)

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a man bending down holding a metal detector. There are beams in front of him and a stone or rock wall behind him.
Photo has tape on top front.

Other Info.:

Related to: C9-H1d1 (Allen Nichols, Th’er at work), P217-H1d1 (Man with metal detector far away),

Subject: Allen Nichols, Kansas, kitchen floor, Metal detector, Olive Ranch, root cellar, Smoky Hill River,

Call No: P216-H1d1

Description: Allen Nichols with metal detector close up

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 2 3/8 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] Kodak Safety Film C4 [back] Allen Nichols at old Fargo Springs; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a close-up of a man standing with a metal detector.
Photo has tape on top front.

Other Info.:

Related to: C9-H1d1 (Allen Nichols, Th’er at work), P217-H1d1 (Man with metal detector far away),

Subject: Allen Nichols, Cimarron River, Fargo Springs, ghost town, Kansas, Metal detector,

Call No: P217-H1d1

Description: Man with metal detector far away

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 2 1/2 x 2 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] A; Kodak [back] Allen Nichols at old Fargo Springs; Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of man in open range holding a metal detector. He is standing at a distance.

Other Info.:

Related to: C9-H1d1 (Allen Nichols, Th’er at work), P216-H1d1 (Allen Nichols with metal detector close up), P215-A5a (Man with a metal detector),

Subject: Allen Nichols, Cimarron River, Fargo Springs, ghost town, Kansas, Metal detector,

Call No: P218-F2b1

Description: Mr. Babbitts and family

Date of origin: late 1800s or early 1900s

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/8″

Condition: Good

Content:

left to right: Salema Myers; Mary Preston Roy Mama Willis and myself [bottom of photo] Mr. Babbits + Family

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture of a family or homestead, windmill, water tank and house in background. Family in foreground.

Other Info.: There are 2 copies of this photo.

Related to: C10-F2a1 (Label from picture of Tom Horn’s Jury), N84-F2b1 (Negative of Tom Babbitt’s Family), P218-F2b1 (Mr. Babbitts and family), P219-F2i (Photo of school-age children), P220-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral), P221-F2a1C2 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: Family and Homestead of Tom Babbitt, Mama, Mary Preston, Roy, Salema Myers, Tom Babbitt, Willis,

Call No: P219-F2i

Description: Photo of school-age children

Date of origin: 1880-1910

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/16

Condition: Good

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Appears to be a class photo of 11 children of various age. 7 boys and 4 girls. Possibly Tom Babbitt’s children are among the group.

Other Info.: There are 2 copies of this photo.

Related to: C10-F2a1 (Label from picture of Tom Horn’s Jury), N85-F2i (Photo of school-age children – Tom Babbitt’s son), P218-F2b1 (Mr. Babbitts and family), P219-F2i (Photo of school-age children), P220-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral), P221-F2a1C2 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: children,

Call No: P22-D1b

Description: Longhorns at Wild Life Refuge

Date of origin: 1957-1958

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/8 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Longhorns at Wild Life Refuge, Cache, Okla. Circa 1957-8 Photo by Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance: personal collection

Miscellaneous Info.:

2 cows walking; 1 is dark color with white areas; 1 is light colored with dark head and neck and spots on body.

Other Info.:

Related to: P56-D1b (Longhorns on open range),

Subject: Cache, cows, longhorn cattle, Oklahoma, Wild Life Refuge,

Call No: P220-F2f1

Description: Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral

Date of origin: c. 1880-1900

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/16

Condition: Good

Content:

Mr. Babbitts

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of Tom Babbitt and sons. Sons are on one horse. Tom is standing by a horse. There are two dogs and 3 cows. There is a fence and gate in background.

Other Info.: There are 2 copies of this photo.

Related to: C10-F2a1 (Label from picture of Tom Horn’s Jury), N86-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral), P218-F2b1 (Mr. Babbitts and family), P219-F2i (Photo of school-age children), P220-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral), P221-F2a1 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming), P221-F2a1C2 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: boys, cattle, corral, dogs, gun, horses, rifle, sons, Tom Babbitt,

Call No: P221-F2a1

Description: The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming

Date of origin: 1880-1900

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: Good

Content:

[front top] The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyo. [front bottom] Tom Babbitt red marks 4 5/8
[back]P2/69 TW mail(mail crossed out) 1st row No. 3 – Tom Babbitt No. 4 Homer Payne No. 5 Howard Thomas [underlined] Back row – No. 5 – Frank Sihan No. 7 Bailiff
Please return photo to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215
Return to: Harry Chrisman
R77 1/2 (20-03B [crossed out]) A – 43 15-1 25B

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

copy 1

Other Info.: Comment note C10: A rare photo of the jury that convicted Tom Horn of the murder of Willie Nickell and brought about Horn’s execution by hanging. (Photo courtesy of of the late Tom Babbitt, member of the jury, third from left, front row, through his son,

Related to: C10-F2a1 (Label from picture of Tom Horn’s Jury), N87-F2a1 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming), P218-F2b1 (Mr. Babbitts and family), P219-F2i (Photo of school-age children), P220-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral),

Subject: jury, Men, Tom Babbitt, Tom Horn,

Call No: P221-F2a1C2

Description: The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming

Date of origin: 1880-1900

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7″

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] x Tom Babbitt [back] The jury that convicted Tom Horn at Cheyenne, Wyo. Mr. Babbitt’s who had the photo marked.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This is copy 2 of the same photograph.

Other Info.:

Related to: C10-F2a1 (Label from picture of Tom Horn’s Jury), N87-F2a1 (The Tom Horn Jury – Cheyenne, Wyoming), P218-F2b1 (Mr. Babbitts and family), P219-F2i (Photo of school-age children), P220-F2f1 (Tom Babbitt with livestock and sons in a corral),

Subject: jury, Men, Tom Babbitt, Tom Horn,

Call No: P222-F2b3

Description: Ralph Bell family

Date of origin: 1921

Type: Print

Size: 8×10

Condition: Good

Content:

Back of photo: Left to Right: Bernice — Dad + Margaret — Catherine –Mom (Delyra)
Ralph Bell Family
Circa 1921
Henry, Nebr.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: P223-F2b3 (Ralph Bell Family), P224-F2b2 (Bell ladies),

Subject: Bell family, Bernice Bell, Catherine Bell, Delyra Bell, Henry Nebraska, Margaret Bell, Ralph Bell,

Call No: P223-F2b3

Description: Ralph Bell Family

Date of origin: circa 1921

Type: Print

Size: 7 15/16 x 10 1/16

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Back: left to right: Lyman (Bell brother of Ralph) Mom (Delyra) – Dad (Ralph) – Lucille, Margaret Ralph Bell Family circa 1921 Henry, Neb.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to: P222-F2b3 (Ralph Bell family), P224-F2b2 (Bell ladies),

Subject: 1920s, family, homestead, house, Ralph Bell,

Call No: P224-F2b2

Description: Bell ladies

Date of origin: 1917

Type: Print

Size: 6 3/4 x 9 7/8

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[Back] Please return to Catherine Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave., Denver, Colo. 80215 Copy D Send to Catherine, Taken about 1917 Delyra Dunlap Bell about 30, Bernie Bell Muller about 8 1/2 Catherine Bell Chrisman about 6

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Catherine Bell Chrisman – Harry Chrisman’s wife

Other Info.:

Related to: P222-F2b3 (Ralph Bell family), P223-F2b3 (Ralph Bell Family),

Subject: 1910s, Bell, Bernie Bell Muller, Catherine Bell, Catherine Chrisman, Delyra Dunlap Bell, Delyra Dunlap Bell family, Muller, women, women family,

Call No: P225-H1c

Description: May Jackson – gravestone

Date of origin: 1915

Type: Print

Size: 8 x 10 1/8

Condition: Good

Content:

[Front] MAY JACKSON 1897-1915 DOWNS FITZGERALD [has red box around Jackson grave stone with x’s around it [Back] Reduce to 2″ wide, 1″ deep (stone only) Copy D-3 May Jackson grave in Liberal, KS. Cemetery Return to Harry Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Comment note C11: The new gravestone erected over May Jackson’s grave in the Liberal, Kansas, cemetery by popular subscription of the people of the area. No gift was allowed to exceed 25¢ Sonny Jones, local memorial supplier, supervised the design and placement. Photo by Joe Cannon.
This comment was taped to back of P225. Photo has tape on back top.

Other Info.:

Related to: C11-H1c (Caption to May Jackson Grave), C12-F1a (Caption to photo of May Jackson), C13-F1b (Caption from photo of Ed A. Woeckener), P225-H1c (May Jackson – gravestone), P226-F1a (Photo of May Jackson), P227-F1b (Ed A. Woeckener),

Subject: band master, cemetery, Ed A. Woeckener, gravestone, May Jackson,

Call No: P226-F1a

Description: Photo of May Jackson

Date of origin: 1910s

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/16 x 7

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Miss Jackson who committed suicide and buried in Liberal Cemetery. Al[z]. Barnes Circus. Red lines framing face with x to the left and a big x over words. [back] Reduce to 3 1/4 x 2 3/4″ Copy D-3 [D-3 circled] Property of HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 [stamped twice] [HARRY E. CHRISMAN Liberal, Kansas address stamped once and covered with Denver address stamp]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Comment note C12 attached to P226: Above, May Jackson, 18, who took her life over the love of her circus bandmaster sweetheart. Below, the gravestone erected by the citizens of Liberal, Kansas, in the Liberal cemetery where she is buried.
Photo has tape on top back.

Other Info.:

Related to: C11-H1c (Caption to May Jackson Grave), C12-F1a (Caption to photo of May Jackson), C13-F1b (Caption from photo of Ed A. Woeckener), P225-H1c (May Jackson – gravestone), P226-F1a (Photo of May Jackson), P227-F1b (Ed A. Woeckener),

Subject: Barnes Circus, Ed A. Woeckener, Liberal cemetery, May Jackson, suicide,

Call No: P227-F1b

Description: Ed A. Woeckener

Date of origin: 1915

Type: Print

Size: 4 3/8 x 7

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Trombonist – Bandmaster Barne’s Circus 1913-14-15 Ed A. Woeckener Permanet Address P.O. Box 10, Eric, PA.
[back] Reduce to 3 1/4″ x 3 1/2″ Property of HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE E, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS [stamp]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Sweetheart of May Jackson.
Photo has tape on top back.

Other Info.: Note taped to photo: Job # 302760H [order form]

Related to: C11-H1c (Caption to May Jackson Grave), C12-F1a (Caption to photo of May Jackson), C13-F1b (Caption from photo of Ed A. Woeckener), P225-H1c (May Jackson – gravestone), P226-F1a (Photo of May Jackson), P227-F1b (Ed A. Woeckener),

Subject: 1910s, bandmaster, Barnes Circus, Ed A. Woeckener, May Jackson, trombonist,

Call No: P228-F1b

Description: Lee Larrabee

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 15/16 x 8 1/2

Condition: Poor

Content:

Lee must have been about 18 or [20 or so] when this was taken. Lee Larrabee, Liberal, Kansas I picked this up from Lee’s big home when we moved it to present site as museum. HEC [front] Schneider Garden City, Kans.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is on a black cardboard mat/frame. The top of picture is flaking off. There are spots in middle doing the same.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Lee Larrabee,

Call No: P229-A3j

Description: C.M. Waters Livery and Barn

Date of origin: 1910s

Type: Print

Size: 6 15/16 x 8 15/16

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] Don’t Mark photo! [back] C.M. Waters operated “Oklahoma Feed Yard” in Liberal in 1913 and “Oklahoma Wagon Yard” in 1914-1915-1916-1917-1918-1919-1920. His name then drops out of the old telephone directories so he must have left Liberal (or) perhaps, died. His wagon yard address was listed as “South Liberal” or South of Rock Island tracks. The street at lower right is believed to be (Liberal Iron and Metal) St. so the barn was about where lights Sporting Goods or Maliney Cleaners is in 1960.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is attached to brownish cardboard mat/frame. Actual picture size is 5 1/16 x 7″

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to: C14-A3j (Caption to P229-A3j),

Subject: Feed yard, horses, livery and feed barn, people, street scene, Wagon yard, Wagons,

Call No: P23-F1b

Description: Marion Eldridge, Sr. with horse

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 4 7/8 x 7 1/8

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[back] Marion Eldridge, Sr. Oklahoma Panhandle Foreman of Hardesty Ranch (brand symbol drawn (S on it’s side with s down) Return to Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215

Provenance: personal collection

Miscellaneous Info.:

Eldridge standing next to horse with his hand on saddle. Picture is fuzzy.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Brand, Hardesty Ranch, horses, Marion Eldridge, Oklahoma Panhandle,

Call No: P230-D1b

Description: Longhorns on the prairie

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 10 x 6 3/8

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: longhorn cattle, plains,

Call No: P231-A5g2

Description: Pecos Mission

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/16 x 6 15/16

Condition: Excellent

Content:

Pecos
[stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a mission. Perhaps clay or stone or rock. There are clouds in the sky.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on top back.

Related to: C15-A5g2 (Spanish Mission Yield Treasure?),

Subject: landscape, mission, Pecos Mission,

Call No: P232-K2

Description: Ben Hodges newspaper clippings

Date of origin: March 1962

Type: Print

Size: 3 13/16 x 5 1/4

Condition: Good

Content:

[BACK] Credit [with arrow pointing down]From the Original Robert E. Eagan – Collection Dodge City, Kansas America’s Largest collection Dodge City Historical Pictures Available to Public. [has a stamp picture of a bug?] Photography
[front] MAR 62 Ben Hodges, Likable Old Cuss Of The West, Dodge Historians Say…FROM THE ORIGINAL: Robert E. Eagan Collection BOX 856, DODGE CITY, KANSAS.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a newspaper article. Has staple marks in top left corner.

Other Info.: [Call Dodge to see if we can get copy of news article full size.]

Related to: P233-K2 (Ben Hodges News clipping – Hoover and Hickok photos),

Subject: Ben Hodges, Dodge City, newspaper, Robert E. Eagan,

Call No: P233-K2

Description: Ben Hodges News clipping – Hoover and Hickok photos

Date of origin: March 1962

Type: Print

Size: 3 3/4 x 5 3/8

Condition: Good

Content:

[back] Credit [with arrow pointing down] From the original Robert E. Eagan – collection Box 856, Dodge City, Kansas America’s largest collection Dodge City Historical Pictures Available to Public [has stamp picture of a bug] Photography
[front] MAR 62 Ben Hodges, Cattle Thief, Gun Man; Now Reformed…FROM THE ORIGINAL Robert E. Eagan-Collection BOX 856, DODGE CITY, KANSAS.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 2 pictures of a man with a newspaper article to the right of the pictures. Has staple marks in top left corner.

Other Info.:

Related to: P232-K2 (Ben Hodges newspaper clippings),

Subject: Ben Hodges, Dodge City, newspaper, Robert E. Eagan,

Call No: P234-K2

Description: Indian Chief’s visit to Dodge news clipping

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 7/16 x 5 1/4

Condition: Good

Content:

[front] JUL 59 [first article] Indian Chief’s Visit To Early Dodge Recalled…[has entire article] [second article] Indian Survivors Of Dobe Walls to Visit Old Scene… [has entire article]
[back] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS [there is a stamp of partial numbers or letters] KODAK VELOX PAPER [stamped several times, very faint]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 2 seperate articles 1 is on the top, to the right of that article is another article. Below the first article is a photo with a caption that reads: Part of Chief “Dull Knifes” band of captured northern Cheyennes, at Dodge City, Kansas 1879.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Dodge City, Indians,

Call No: P235-L1a

Description: Poisonous Plants

Date of origin: 1956

Type:

Size: 8 1/8 x 10

Condition:

Content:

[back] 16045 N Poisonois Plants – LocoweedUnited States Department of Agriculture Office of Information White Locoweed (Oxytropis lambertii) – This is one of five species of locoweed found in the western range states. Animals become nervous, jerky in their movements, and generally wild after feeding on the plants, hence the name loco. (In Spanish loco means crazy) Locoweeds are perennials and belong to the pea family.
N-16045 Credit USDA Photo June 1956

No responsibility of any nature is assumed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the use of this photograph for any advertising purposes also this official photograph is furnished with the understanding that it will not be used in any way that will imply recommendation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture of any commercial product.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is a black and white photo of locoweed.

Other Info.:

Related to: L16-L1a (Letter from USDA), L17-L1a (Letter from USDA),

Subject: Locoweed Plant,

Call No: P236-C2a

Description: Fire of December 7, 1885. Chart of fires in 1885 & Fire of November 29, 1885

Date of origin: July 1959

Type:

Size: 3 9/16 x 5 1/4

Condition:

Content:

[front] 141; Walnut Street; Bridge Street; Chestnut Street, First Avenue; Fire of November 29, 1885. [in blocks is the following businesses] City of Paris Millinery shop (Fire Stopped); W. H. Harris Residence; Private rooms; A. N. Ramseger; Bee Hive Dry Goods store Cowboy printing office; All residences saved; J. A. Arment Paint; H. P. Niess Shoe Shop; Sporting House(fire started); Sporting House; Mrs. Nixon’s Lodging House; Dutch Jake’s Residence; Rear entrance to hall; M. S. Culver (Where fire stopped); Stable; vacant lot; Globe Office Odd Fellows Hall (Upstairs) [second map] Chestnut Street, Bridge Street, Front Street, First Avenue, Fire of December 7, 1885. R. M. Wright and Company General Store; Webster and Bond, Drugs; Harris and Drake Saloon and Billiards; Atkinson and Warren Saloon and Billiards; George Hinkle Saloon; Yard; A. Gluck; Tin Shop; Warehouse; C. Zimmerman; Yard; Warehouse; F. R. Garland, F. J. Durand; Chas. Heinz Restaurant; York, Parker, and Draper Mercantile Company; Kirkpatrick and Dunn Furniture; Store Yard; Junction Saloon (Fire Started); C. & E. Land Agency; H. R. Dougherty; J & W Law Office; Opera House; Restaurant, Carey and Wright.
CHART OF FIRES IN 1885. JUL 59
[back] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS [stamp] KODAK VELOX PAPER [stamped several times on back of photo]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of 2 charts. There is a clip at the top left corner of the chart.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1885, Fires, Liberal, Liberal property plots, Properties destroyed by fires or saved,

Call No: P237-L1a

Description: Poisonous Plants, Locoweed

Date of origin: 1956

Type:

Size: 5 x 7 1/8

Condition:

Content:

United States Department of Agriculture Office of Information (Oxytropis lambertii) (close-up) This is one of five species of locoweed found in the western range states. Animals become nervous, jerky in their movements, and generally wild after feeding on the plants, hence the name loco. (In Spanish loco means crazy) Locoweeds are perennials and belong to the pea family. June 1956 N16046 Credit USDA Photo [this is stamped twice, the second stamp is cut off on the left side]
No responsibility of any nature is assumed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the use of this photograph for any advertising purposes also this official photograph is furnished with the understanding that it will not be used in any way that will imply recommendation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture of any commercial product. [stamped]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

photo is of a single locoweed stalk.

Other Info.:

Related to: L16-L1a (Letter from USDA), L17-L1a (Letter from USDA),

Subject: Locoweed Plant,

Call No: P238-L1a

Description: Poisonous Plants – Locowood

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7 1/8

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[back] [handwritten] Poisonous Plants – Locoweed [stamp] No responsibility of any nature is assumed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the use of this photograph for any advertising purposes; also this official photograph is furnished with the understanding that it will not be used in any way that will imply recommendation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture of any commercial product. [stamp] United States Department of Agriculture Office of Information Two-groove loco weed, leaves, flowers and pods. The plant is said to produce loco symptoms. (DB 1245) BAI 731-12 (Path) Credit USDA Photo POISONOUS PLANTS. [handwritten] BAI 73112

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a stalk of a locoweed. It has flowers and leaves on it.

Other Info.:

Related to: L16-L1a (Letter from USDA), L17-L1a (Letter from USDA),

Subject: Locoweed, Locoweed Plant,

Call No: P239-F2b4

Description: Harry and Catherine Chrisman

Date of origin: 1955-60

Type: Print

Size: 7 15/16 x 9 15/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] Photography By W. R. Hedrick 30 South Clay Liberal, KS [hand written] Harry E. Chrisman & Catherine A. Chrisman about 1955-60

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is a portrait of Harry and Catherine Chrisman posing in front of a small fence.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Catherine Chrisman, Harry E. Chrisman,

Call No: P24-D1a2

Description: Jim Hagan’s Wagon

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/16 x 7 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] DAY PHOTO NO 7 JIM HAGAN’S WAGON “JJ” RANCH

Provenance: Day photo No. 7

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cow herd in background, string of horses tethered, wagon with 2 men standing next to it and 1 man bending down.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, horses, Jim Hagan, JJ Ranch, wagon,

Call No: P240-K4

Description: Lost Trails of the Cimarron

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

{back of photo} This is my little make up 488b

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

This is a photo of a collection of photos on a backboard. There is a buffalo figure with “Lost trails of the cimarron” leaning against the buffalo and the backboard.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: buffalo, Harry E. Chrisman, Lost Trails of the Cimarron,

Call No: P241-F1b

Description: Picture collection

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 1/2 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

{back of photo} This is the framed picture or one Ive the frame to now place in 488B

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a collection of photos on a backboard.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: buffalo, prairie,

Call No: P242-K4

Description: Lost Trails of the Cimarron picture collection

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

{back of photo} also this but my lighting is poor eh 488B

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Picture is of a collection of photos on a backboard with a buffalo figure and “Lost trails of the cimarron” book. This is all placed on a dresser or something. There is a light switch in the back left side of collection.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: buffalo, Lost Trails of the Cimarron, prairie,

Call No: P243-A5g

Description: Springfield, KS School House

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 3 7/8 x 3 5/8

Condition:

Content:

[BACK] Springfield, Ks School house 2 col Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of old schoolhouse with a possible human standing in the right corner of building.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: KS, school house, Springfield,

Call No: P244-A5g

Description: Arkalon, KS School house

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 3 3/4 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

{back of photo} Arkalon, KS School 2 col Harry E. Chrisman Lane D, Apt. 74 Bluebonnet Courts Liberal, Kansas

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of building, 2 story with a tower, has many windows. Picture is of front with door open. There is a fence in front of building.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Arkalon, KS, school house,

Call No: P245-A2a11

Description: mud road or flood waters

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 3 5/16 x 4 7/8

Condition:

Content:

[front] 5 col [back] 5 col 2.2 [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a street scene. Bottom of photo has curves in the corners. Maybe looking out of a pipe. Sky looks cloudy.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: buildings, fence, Flood water, Poles, road, street, street scene, trees, water,

Call No: P246-A2b11

Description: house and family

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 3 1/2 x 4 1/2

Condition:

Content:

[back] 2 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a family sitting and standing on their front porch. Photo is taken from a distance. It is a one story home with another building directly behind it. There is a chimney on the roof and a windmill in the far right behind the house. There are trees behind the house and bushes in front.

Other Info.:

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Subject: building, family, Family dwelling, home, house, trees, windmill,

Call No: P247-H1f

Description: Oliver Nelson Claim Palo Duro

Date of origin: April 1961

Type:

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

{back of photo} Site of Oliver Nelson Claim on Palo Duro Creek.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of an open plains area.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Claim, Creek, Oliver Nelson, Palo Duro,

Call No: P248-H1f

Description: Fence line hung with dead coyotes

Date of origin: April 1961

Type:

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

[front] APR 61 [back] KODAK VELOX PAPER [stamped several times]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a road on the left with a barbed wire fence on the right. The fence has coyotes hanging on each post. They are hanging with their tails over one side and body over the other. There are too many to count.

Other Info.:

Related to: N167-H1f (Fence line hung with dead coyotes),

Subject: coyotes, dead coyotes, ditch, fence line, paved road, road, telephone poles,

Call No: P249-H1f

Description: Fence line hung with dead coyotes

Date of origin: April 1961

Type:

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

[front] APR 61 [back] [stamped several times] KODAK VELOX PAPER

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a road on the left with a barbed wire fence on the right. The fence has coyotes hanging on each post. They are hanging with their tails over one side and body over the other. There are too many to count.

Other Info.:

Related to: N167-H1f (Fence line hung with dead coyotes),

Subject: coyotes, dead coyotes, ditch, fence line, paved road, road, telephone poles,

Call No: P25-C1c

Description: Blizzard of 1957

Date of origin: 1957

Type: Print

Size: 8 1/16 x 10

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] ROCK ISLAND GOLDEN[S]
[back] 24 ; 36 [36 is circled] ; [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 ; [photo has lines drawn on back]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Snow drifts almost as high as train. Three people stand in train entrance; one standing on snowdrift; more people in background on snow.

Other Info.: Photo has stains on back. Photo has tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: fences, Liberal area, people, Rock Island Train, snow drifts, telephone poles,

Call No: P250-H1f

Description: Table rock inscription

Date of origin: 1961

Type:

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 1/2

Condition:

Content:

[front][inscription in photo on table rock] David Streliner 1882 [back] On table rock in No Man’s land SW of Liberal [stamped several times] KODAK VELOX PAPER

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a rock with words carved in it. There is a human hand with index finger and pinky finger extended with other fingers enclosed in fist.

Other Info.:

Related to: N161-H1h (Rock etched with “David Strellner 1882”),

Subject: 1882, David Streliner, Liberal, No Man’s Land, Table rock,

Call No: P251-F1b

Description: Memorial stone to Joseph Smalley

Date of origin: April 1961

Type:

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 1/2

Condition:

Content:

{inscription on stone} 1852 Rock Island Lines 1922 Seventieth anniversary October tenth The memorial ther planted hearby is dedicated by the rock island in affectionate memory of Joseph B. Smalley who by his industry courage and loyalty through every vicissitude signally aided in the development of the Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Railway into a great transportation system devoted to the public service

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a memorial stone with a plaque on it. This is in a open field with flowers around it.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Joseph B. Smalley, Memorial stone, Rock Island Lines,

Call No: P252-F1b

Description: Harry Chrisman on Table rock

Date of origin: April 1961

Type:

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

[front] APR 61 [Rock has words carved into it] David Strellner 1882

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of Harry Chrisman standing on a flat rock with inscriptions etched into it.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1882, David Strellner, etching, Harry Chrisman, No Man’s Land, rock, Table rock,

Call No: P253-H1g

Description: Prairie land near table rock

Date of origin: April 1961

Type:

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

[front] APR 61 [back] KODAK VELOX PAPER [stamped several times]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of an open area with a line of trees in the background.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: No Man’s Land, prairie, Table rock,

Call No: P254-A3b1

Description: Rock Island

Date of origin: April 1961

Type: Print

Size: 3 9/16 x 3 9/16

Condition:

Content:

[front] Rock Island [island only top half of letters visable] APR 61 [back] KODAK VELOX PAPER

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a building with a tree in front of it. In the foreground is a mound with the letters ROCK ISLAND in the ground.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: automobile, building, Rock Island Depot, trees,

Call No: P255-F2j1

Description: Sam Robinson Posse

Date of origin: September 1965

Type:

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/16

Condition:

Content:

[front] SEPT 1965 [Has numbers 1 through 5 circled above each rider] [Has 3 red x’s on bottom of photo crossing out words written there]
[back] 1[circled] Sam Robinson 2 [circled] Grant Childress 3[circled] ______ Childress, Grant’s brother 4[circled] Bert Noble 5[circled] Harry Lee ; Make 4 1/4 X 2 3/4″ [underline] Copy G-2 [??]9C Credit Jack Best, North Platte Nebr. [credit and Platte were written on over a piece of tape that has come loose]
[note taped onto photo all sides] L to R: Sam Robinson, Childress brothers, Bert Noble and Harry Lee. John Carson coll. [lined out] [2 bottom sides of tape have the top 1/2 of dit and Pl There is also an arrow pointing to John Carson coll. which is lined out]
[on note taped to photo] Sam Robinson and his posse at the time of the Hay Meadow Massacree. 1. Sam Robinson. 2. Grant Childress. 3. Grant Childress’ brother. 4. Bert Noble. 5. Harry Lee. Photo courtesy Jack Best. Copy G-2
[note] Job # 302760H Ref # 21 .16/1.50 …

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of 5 men on horseback with rifles or shotguns. Looks like a picture of a newspaper article. There is columned text below the photo and to the left side.

Other Info.: Photo has a square of yellow tape marks on back.

Related to:

Subject: Childress, cowboys, guns, Hay Meadow Massacree, horses, Lee, Noble, posse, Sam Robinson,

Call No: P256-F1b

Description: Judge T. Botkins

Date of origin: September 1965

Type:

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/16

Condition:

Content:

[front] SEPT 1965 Judge Botkin
[back] D-2 [circled] 2 1/2 X 3 1/4 [??]9C
[note taped on all 4 sides to photo] Judge Theodosius Botkin Kans. State Hist. Soc.
[note] Judge Theodosius Botkin, a participant of the Seward County Seat War and bitter enemy of Col. Sam Wood. It was the threat to Botkin’s [Botkinss with ‘ over 1st s] life that brought about the shooting of Sheriff Sam Dunn in the canyons south of Springfield. Photo cour-tesy Jack Best. [photo courtesy Jack Best is underlined]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is a picture of a photo of Judge Botkins. He has a full beard and moustache with a coat on.

Other Info.: Photo has a square of yellow tape marks on back.

Related to:

Subject: Colonel, Sam Dunn, Sam Wood, Seward County Seat War, Sheriff, Springfield, Theodosius Botkin,

Call No: P257-I2

Description: Jack rabbit roundup

Date of origin: 1935

Type:

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 1/2

Condition:

Content:

[back of photo] #3 Western Kans Jack Rabbit Roundup. Showing a small part of the pen. The woman, who helped on the drive, is looking to see that all the rabbits are dead and not left to suffer. The rabbits are processed for animal food. Mink raisers use them. Farmers feed them to hogs and chickens. Young jacks are good eating an etimated 10,000 to 20000 were killed on this drive. 20 of these jacks will eat as much wheat, grass as a cow. They damage vegetation more in dry years because the vegetation does not respond and they eat into the roots. Given me by Lee Larrabee HC
[front of photo] Photo by C. A. Smith — 1935

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a corral filled with dead rabbits. A woman is checking for survivors. There are people standing in the corral and outside of the corral.

Other Info.: This photo was stapled together with 2 other photos P552 + P553. They were stapled on the left side with tape over the staples. The tape has aged and no longer sticks. Yellow tape marks on back of P257.

Related to: P553-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup), P552-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup), P123-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup), P78-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup), P77-I2 (Jack rabbit roundup),

Subject: Clubs, guns, jack rabbit round up, Men, rabbits,

Call No: P258-A3h

Description: Bank building at Arkalon, Kansas

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 3 3/4 x 5 11/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] 3 col HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS
[note] Bank building at Arkalon, Kansas from an original photo owned by Mrs. Frank Stefan, 711 N. Grant, Liberal, Kans

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a huge building with people standing on the porch and people on horseback. There are 2 wagons. There are 2 pigs in the foreground.

Other Info.: Photo has tape tear mark and tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Arkalon, bank, building, KS,

Call No: P259-A3p

Description: W. C. Stout Store at Arkalon, Kansas

Date of origin: 1896-7

Type:

Size: 3 1/4 x 5 7/8

Condition:

Content:

[back] 3 col HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS
[note] W.C. Stout Store at Arkalon, Kansas circa 1896-7. This shows the south and east view of the store, being the main intersection of the town, only a short walk from the depot and stockyards. Photo from an original owned by Mrs. Frank Stefan, 711 N. Grant, Liberal, Kans.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a huge building. Part is two stories with a porch on the second floor. There is a man and women standing on the sides of the corner door. There is a horse or mule on the left side of photo and a windmill in the left background.

Other Info.: Photo has a tape tear mark and tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: 1896, Arkalon, KS, Store, town, W. C. Stout,

Call No: P26-E1a3

Description:

Date of origin: 1913

Type: Print

Size: 4 x 5

Condition: Very Good

Content:

Front: “SHARKEY” “THE FAMOUS BUCKING BULL” ©1913 DOUBLEDAY + GUSTIN
Back: “Sharkey” The Famous Bucking Bull” ©1913 Doubleday & Gustin (This photo was Doubleday’s “BestSeller”)

Provenance: unknown

Miscellaneous Info.:

Cowboy gets bucked off bull Sharkey at a rodeo.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: cowboy, cowboy hat, crowd, rodeo, saddle, Sharkey the bull,

Call No: P260-A3p

Description: W. C. Stout Store at Arkalon, Kansas

Date of origin: 1896-7

Type:

Size: 3 5/8 x 6 1/8

Condition:

Content:

[back] 3 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LAND D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS [note] W.C. Stout Store at Arkalon, Kansas circa 1896-7. This is a view showing the north view, the street here running north and south. This was one of the largest buildings in the town. From orginial photo owned by Mrs. Frank Stefan, 711 N. Grant, Liberal, Kansas.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a two story building with porches on both stories. looks like porches may go all the way around the building. There is a person on the porch on the left side of picture and a windmill in the background on the right top corner of photo.

Other Info.: Photo has tape tear mark and tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Arkalon, building, Kansas, Store, W. C. Stout,

Call No: P261-A3p

Description: The Billy Custer Store at Arkalon

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 4 3/4 x 9 7/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] 5 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS [note] THE BILLY CUSTER STORE AT ARKALON Lee Larrabee is the clerk, shown at both sides of the picture, since the picture was taken in two shots. Mr. Custer sits at the desk. Jess McCoid once told how, at Fargo Springs, Custer and another man quarreled in a card game, took to the street, fired a cylinder of cartridges each from revolvers at each other. Failing to score a hit, the two made up again, finished the card game. From an original picture owned by Mrs. Frank Stefan, 711 N. Sherman, Liberal

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of the inside of a store. There are 2 men sitting in chairs and 2 men behind the counters. Looks like same man behind counters at opposite end of store. There are 2 possibly 3 men standing in the store. There is a woodstove. There is a kerosene lantern hanging from the ceiling. Products line the shelves and floor.

Other Info.: Photo has tape tear mark and tape on top back.

Related to:

Subject: Arkalon, barrel, Billy Custer, clerk, inside store, KS, Lee Larrabee, merchandise, Store,

Call No: P262-F2f8

Description: Newspaper staff

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 6 1/2 x 7 7/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] Left to right – Charles Hayes, reporter; Mrs. Sandra Matter, clerk; ______________, sports reporter; Maurine Tate, Society Ed & Local Features editor; Eulala Keller, Classified & Proofreader; at far desk – Arnold Ericson, city editor and wire. 4 col HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D. APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of an office with 4 workers sitting at desks and two people standing. There are 3 women and 3 men. A typewriter and phone is visable. The desks on the left look like cubicles.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: 1950s typewriter, newspaper staff, people,

Call No: P263-F2a4

Description: Railroad and crowd of people

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 6 3/4 x 9 7/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] 5 col “Four” [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D. APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a huge group of people standing between a train and a railroad track. There are buildings behind the train. There is one automobile in the left side of photo and horse and buggys on the right side of photo. There is a man standing on the rail of the track. There are people on the train. There are electric or telephone poles by the buildings.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: automobile, buildings, car, crowd, horses, people, Poles, railroad train, train, Wagons,

Call No: P264-A3j

Description: Red Cross Livery and Hospital

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 6 15/16 x 10

Condition:

Content:

[front] +RED CROSS+ LIVERY AND HOSPITAL [there is a sign in the left of the photo hanging in a doorway–unable to read–looks like it says Dr. McClure Veterinarian]
[back] Built by Will McClure + Marion Eidson in 1906 [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS
[newspaper clipping glued to back of photo] “BUILT IN 1905 BY WILL McCLURE AND MARION EIDSON” is the inscription on the back of this old picture sent to friend here by Mrs. Ella Furnas of 533 Franklin St., Whittier, Calif. Mrs. Furnas, whose maiden name was Ella McClure, is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McClure, who were very early pioneer residents of Southwest Kansas, and who in later years lived in a two story house at the corner of Grant Ave. and Third St., where the Campion Clinic now stand. Mrs. Furnas is the widow of Marion Eidson, and Will McClure was her brother. She writes: “The picture was of the livery stable and animal hos-pital which was built on the lot on the north side of Second St. (200 block) where Bill Lampe’s livery stable had been in the early days of freighting from Liberal to the distant ranches. It marked the change from ‘cattle country’ to the ‘wheat era,’ which Southwest Kansas became with the advent of the automobile and oil in-dustry.”
SWDT – July 19, 1960

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a huge building with a man standing in a doorway. A man holding a horse. A man standing in front of huge opening in front of building. A man in a 2 horse buggy. The building looks like it’s made of huge bricks. On the far right there are buildings in the background. Looks like a person is in a hay pile sitting.

Other Info.: Photo has yellowed newspaper clipping glued to back. Unable to remove.

Related to:

Subject: Animals, Buggy, building, horses, Hospital, Men, Red Cross Livery, Stable, Veterinarian,

Call No: P265-D2a

Description: Broom Corn

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 8 1/8 x 10

Condition:

Content:

[back] Broom corn? 5 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of 11 men standing. One is the foreground in holding broom corn. There is a women with 3 children standing beside her. They are on back right side of photo. There are 2 wagons loaded with broom corn in the right background. There are 2 buckets in the right foreground.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Broom corn, building, family, Farmers, Harvest, Wagons,

Call No: P266-B2a

Description: Jerk-line mules and wagons

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 8 1/8 x 10

Condition:

Content:

[back] “Eight mules were hitched to three wagons and were driven with a jerk-line. The driver rode the nigh (near or left) wheel mule. A single line extended to the nigh lead mule; the off (right) lead mule was controlled with a jockey stick. The four -[?]pans were connected with a chain. The wagons were connected with stub tongues and chain. In crossing any sandy creeks, rivers or through the sand hills north of Jim Lane’s (Beaver City, Okla.) we’d always drop our trail wagon, then [then crossed out] pull through with the lead wagon, then bring up the trail wagons, one at a time.”
Boss Neff, telling of his freighting experiences from Beaver City to Dodge City when working for Manny Leopard, in charge of Lie and Reynolds’ freight wagons.

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of three wagons attached together. There are 8 mules attached to the wagon with a man riding the left rear mule.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Beaver City, Dodge City, Driver, Freight, Freighting, Jerk line wagon, Kansas, Mules, Oklahoma, Wagons,

Call No: P267-F2d1

Description: Liberal Band

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 4 11/16 x 6 7/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] Liberal Band? 3 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of 14 men posing. Each man holds a musical instrument. There are 3 rows of them.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: bands, Instruments, Men, Music,

Call No: P268-F2f9

Description: Telephone Operators

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 4 1/2 x 6 3/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] See “Futurama” Issue of the Southwest Daily Times, Liberal, Ks for captions on these pictures. HEC 3 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LAND D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of 7 women sitting at desks facing the wall. There is one woman sitting at a desk in the middle of the room. Photo is very fuzzy.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: occupations, Telephone, woman,

Call No: P269-F2f9

Description: Telephone Operators

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 4 5/16 x 6 1/8

Condition:

Content:

[back] 3 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LAND D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of 4 women sitting at desks in a line. There is a woman standing behind the other women at a desk in the middle of room.
Photo is very fuzzy.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: occupations, Telephone, woman,

Call No: P27-F2f1

Description: Bucking horses

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8 x 7 1/2

Condition: Very Good

Content:

On front: #11 A “FEW GOOD ONES”

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

4 bucking horses with riders, 1 horse standing with rider. Possible Doubleday picture.

Other Info.:

Related to: N121-F2f1 (Five cowboys riding bucking horses),

Subject: Bucking, cowboys, horses,

Call No: P270-F2f9

Description: Telephone Company

Date of origin: 1800s

Type:

Size: 4 5/8 x 5 15/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] 3 col HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of 2 women sitting at telephone wire desk. There is a man sitting in a chair. One woman standing and 2 men standing. There is latern hanging from the ceiling.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: business, Men, occupations, Telephone, women,

Call No: P271-F2f9

Description: Telephone company

Date of origin: 1936

Type:

Size: 4 3/8 x 6 3/16

Condition:

Content:

[front] 1936
[back] 3 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of 2 men standing in a building behind a desk. There is a telephone on the desk with wires coming out of a box on desk.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: Men, occupations, technology, Telephone,

Call No: P272-A1a

Description: Downtown street scene

Date of origin: 1920’s

Type: Print

Size: 2 3/16 x 5

Condition:

Content:

[front] [sign on store front] QUINLAN & TAYLOR REAL – ESTATE INSURANCE [there are more signs, but unable to read them]
[back] 5 col 2.2 [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a street scence. There are people in automobiles and people standing. There is one wagon with two horses and a man standing in wagon. There is a dog running across the street. There is an empty wagon with 2 white horses hooked up to it. There are 2 men sitting in the front right corner of photo.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: automobile, buildings, Downtown, horses, people, Poles, street, wagon,

Call No: P273-A2a3

Description: Moving a house

Date of origin: early 1900 – 1920

Type:

Size: 5 3/4 x 7 3/4

Condition:

Content:

[back] 4 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a two-story house with a porch on second floor. There are 13 men and 1 boy standing in front of house. There is one man holding 2 horses. There is a team of horses in the foreground. There are buildings and trees in the background. The main house is raised in the air possibly on wheels.

Other Info.:

Related to:

Subject: buildings, horses, House movers, Men,

Call No: P274-B2a

Description: House-moving outfit

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 5 5/16 x 7 3/4

Condition:

Content:

[back] House-moving outfit 4 col [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of 4 teams of horses attached to a trailor with wood beams on it. There are men sitting on the beams. There are 2 men holding the reins of the front horse teams. There is a long picket fence in the foreground. There are buildings in the background. There are telephone or electric poles and lines in the air. Looks like a ladder in the foreground laying down in front of the picket fence.

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Subject: buildings, Bushes, horses, House movers, lumber on trailer, Men, Mules, picket fence, Poles, trees,

Call No: P275-B2a

Description: Street Grader

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 5 1/8 x 7 9/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] Street grader 4 col. [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN LANE D, APT. 74 BLUEBONNET COURTS LIBERAL, KANSAS

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of an 8 horse and mule team hooked to a street grader. There are two men on the street grader, one is sitting and one is standing. There is a huge building in the background. There are buildings on both side of the huge building. These are in the background.

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Subject: building construction, dirt road, horses, Men, street grader,

Call No: P276-F2a4

Description: Hancock family in trailer

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 x 7

Condition: Excellent

Content:

[front] Charles Ed Hancock, Boy Charles Hancock, Mildred Hancock (Schmidt) daughter, Pauline Hancock (Franklin), Clarence E.(Bud)Hancock, Mrs. Lottie Grace Hancock, Merna Hanock (Morris), and the elderly man who bought the house ; Charles E. Hancock, Sr., Son Charles E., Mildred, Pauline, Clarence E.(Bud), Lottie Grace, Merna. Elderly man bought the house. ; This House insured by Griffith & Baughman ; [sign] OWN YOU[R] ; LET HANCOCK BUILD ; EASY TERMS [SUNNYSIDE ADDITION] PHONE [?]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a family sitting in a trailer house. There are flowers and leaves decorating it. There is a sign on the front. There are wheels on the bottom of it. There are houses in the background. There is an elderly man standing on the right. There is a sign to the right of man. Sign is hard to read.

Other Info.: There are two copies of this photo. The original is P495

Related to: E31-F2a4 (Hancock family), N194-F2b3 (Enclosed building on wheels with flowers and people on it), P523-F2a4 (Charles Ed Hancock Family and trailer house), P543-F2a4 (Charles Ed Hancock Family and trailer house),

Subject: Charles E. Hancock, Charles E. Hancock Jr., Charles Ed Hancock Sr., Clarence E. Hancock, Houses, Lottie Grace Hancock, Merna Hancock, Mildred Hancock, Pauline Hancock, Trailer,

Call No: P277-F1b

Description: G A Dunlap

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 3/4

Condition:

Content:

[back] George Allen Dunlap my beloved father who passed away Aug 6th (my birthday) 1930. He was 73 years old. (written by Francis Hardeman) This is a splendid likeness

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a man in a suite standing on the stairs in front of a door. There is a white handrail to the left of him.

Other Info.:

Related to: PC49-F2a3 (Bernice, Shan, and Maynard Dunlap),

Subject: George Dunlap, man,

Call No: P278-F1a

Description: Flory (Mook) Dunlap {Mrs. George Allan Dunlap}

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 4 5/16 X 6 9/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] Flory Mook Dunlap Photo by Godfrey, Rochester, N. Y. Sunbeam and Photograph Gallery 81 East Main Street

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a woman sitting next to hay. Photo is old and has a hole in it and a stain on it. The edges of photo are worn. Photo is mounted on a thick piece of cardboard.

Other Info.:

Related to: PC49-F2a3 (Bernice, Shan, and Maynard Dunlap),

Subject: Flory Dunlap, Godfrey, late 1800s, Sunbeam and Photograph Gallery, woman,

Call No: P28-F2f1

Description: JJ Outfit

Date of origin:

Type: Print

Size: 5 1/8 x 7 1/16

Condition: Very Good

Content:

[front] No 13 (enclosed in box) Day Photo (underlined) Changing mounts “JJ” outfit
[On note] 11 (circled) The “noon change” of mounts by the JJ cow-boys, southwest Kansas. Photo by Day. (underlined)
[back] 11 [11 is circled]; Return to [stamp] HARRY E. CHRISMAN 10245 W. 14th Ave. Denver, Colo. 80215 ; [photo has pencil lines drawn on back]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

5 men standing by horses, 1 man sitting on a horse. 1 horse ready to be saddled about 18 horses in pic.

Other Info.: Photo has tape on back top.

Related to:

Subject: cowboys, horses, JJ Ranch, open range,

Call No: P280-F1ab

Description: Mr. & Mrs. George Dunlap

Date of origin: 1929 or 1930

Type:

Size: 2 3/4 x 4 1/2

Condition:

Content:

[front] Ma [word is cute off]
[back] Mom and Dad about 1929 or 1930

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a man and woman. They are standing next to each with a house on the left side of them. There is part of a tree in the right top corner.

Other Info.:

Related to: PC49-F2a3 (Bernice, Shan, and Maynard Dunlap),

Subject: couple, Dunlaps, elderly, house, man, woman,

Call No: P281-F2b5

Description: Delyria’s family

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 2 5/8 x 3 1/4

Condition:

Content:

[back] Dee (Delyra) Bernice Catherine Margaret Lorraine Eddis Delyra’s Family. {partial word] [?]s Ralph Bell) 8

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of 4 women and 2 girls. One woman is sitting in a rocking chair. 3 women are sitting on a possible couch. The 2 girls are sitting on the floor at the feet of woman in rocker. There are 2 pictures on the wall and 1 mirror.

Other Info.:

Related to: PC49-F2a3 (Bernice, Shan, and Maynard Dunlap),

Subject: children, Delyra Dunlap Bell family, family, house, women,

Call No: P282-F1a

Description: Flory (Mook) Dunlap

Date of origin:

Type:

Size: 3 x 4

Condition:

Content:

[no content on front or back]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of an elderly woman standing in front of flowers. There is a building behind her.

Other Info.: Photo has glue tear spots all over back.

Related to: PC49-F2a3 (Bernice, Shan, and Maynard Dunlap),

Subject: building, Flory Mook Dunlap, Flowers, trees,

Call No: P283-F2a2

Description: Cathy and Grandma Dunlap about 1938

Date of origin: 1938

Type:

Size: 2 x 2 7/8

Condition:

Content:

[no text on front or back]

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of an elderly woman and younger woman. The young woman has her arm around the older woman. There are bushes and trees behind them.

Other Info.: Photo has glue tear spots all over back.

Related to: PC49-F2a3 (Bernice, Shan, and Maynard Dunlap),

Subject: Catherine Bell Chrisman, family, Flory Mook Dunlap, women,

Call No: P284-F1a

Description: Flory (Mook) Dunlap

Date of origin: 1935-1940

Type:

Size: 2 3/4 x 4 7/16

Condition:

Content:

[back] My Mother – a recent Kodak —————- Mrs Flory (Mook) Dunlap 3

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of an elderly woman standing in front of a building. There is a wall to the left side and a window to the right side. There are trees and another buidling on the right side. Her shadow is on the wall.

Other Info.:

Related to: PC49-F2a3 (Bernice, Shan, and Maynard Dunlap),

Subject: Flory Mook Dunlap, house, woman,

Call No: P285-F1a

Description: Delrya Dunlap Bell

Date of origin: 1918

Type:

Size: 3 1/2 x 5 3/4

Condition:

Content:

[back] My sister Delyra Dunlap Bell She has 5 daughters, the oldest 22 years old Bernice & Catherine 20 that I’m sending you pictures of. B11

Provenance:

Miscellaneous Info.:

Photo is of a woman sitting in a rocking chair next to a house. She is looking in her lap. There is a window behind her.

Other Info.: Photo has creases in the corners. Right bottom corner is torn off.

Related to: PC49-F2a3 (Bernice, Shan, and Maynard Dunlap),

Subject: Delyra Dunlap Bell, house,