The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 58, July 1954 - April, 1955 Page: 244

Edward Larocque Tinker
Mounted figures are China poblano, charro, and gaucho. The print in the upper
right corner is by Tito Saubidet. In the upper left corner are boleadoras (large for
horses and cattle and small for emus) and a gaucho belt. The spurs are old Mexican,
the quirt is Argentine (rebenque), and the background is a poncho of a pampas Indian.

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