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[Photograph of LS Ranch in Oldham County, Texas]

Description: Photograph of the LS Ranch. In the foreground is a river with tall dead trees on either side. Up the hill from the river are two large houses connected by a wall. The house facing the viewer has a large front porch. Written across the bottom of the photograph is, "LS Ranch 1887, Oldham County, Texas".
Date: 1887

Cheyanne Club about 1888

Description: Photograph of a large two-story building with several brick chimneys, a wrap-around porch and a large staircase on the front. Standing on the porch are nine men in dark coats.
Date: 1888

Judge Roy Bean Trying a Case, 1900

Description: Photograph of a Judge Roy Bean holding court, trying a horse thief in 1900. He was the only peace officer west of the Pecos River at the time.
Date: 1900

Decker Meat Packing Plant in Mason City, Iowa

Description: Photograph of a the Decker Meat Packing Plant in Mason City, Iowa. It is a large three story brick building. Employees sit and stand on a loading dock next to a railroad box car.
Date: 1905

Chadron, Nebraska in 1905

Description: Photograph of Main Street in Chadron, Nebraska in February 1905. Businesses include a Ladies' Bazar, a Dry Goods & Notions Store and a Grocer.
Date: February 5, 1909

Residents of Friona, Texas in 1909

Description: Photograph of the people of Friona, Texas on June 17, 1909. They stand in front of some of the thown's homes. Nine automobiles are parked behind the group.
Date: June 17, 1909

Pallbearers at a Cowboy Funeral in Montana

Description: Photograph of a pallbearers at a cowboy funerall in Miles City, Montana on July 2, 1915. Nine cowboys sit on their horses in front of a grocery store.
Date: July 2, 1915

Texas Cowboy Statue

Description: Photograph of the dedication of the "Texas Cowboy", a statue by Constance Whitney Warren, in Austin, in 1925. It depicts a cowboy riding a bucking horse with cactus below.
Date: 1925

Texas Cowboy Statue

Description: Photograph of the unveiling of the "Texas Cowboy", a statue by Constance Whitney Warren, in Austin, in 1925. It depicts a cowboy riding a bucking horse with cactus below.
Date: 1925

Sheep on the Range

Description: Photograph of a herd of sheep grazing on the range in West Texas.
Date: June 1925

Cowboys on Their Horses

Description: A large group of cowboys on their horses form a line in the middle of an arena.
Date: July 4, 1931

1.2. & 3 Ranch Headquarters After a Snow

Description: Photograph of the 1,2 & 3 ranch after a snowfall. There are several dark wooden buildings and a wooden fence covered in snow. Next to the buildings is a Model T car, a water tower and a windmill. In the foreground is snow-covered ground.
Date: March 17, 1932

Larry Domino 15, Champion Hereford Bull

Description: Photograph of Larry Domino 15, a Grand Champion Hereford bull. The bull's harness is being held by a young man named Arnold Olson and standing behind the bull is an older cowboy in a cowboy hat. He is holding a banner that reads, "Grand Champion Hereford Bull, Heart O' Texas Fair, Waco 1933". In the background is arena seating.
Date: 1933

Wilburn Oatman, Sr.

Description: Photograph of Wilburn Oatman, Sr., outstanding civic leader and practicing lawyer from Llano, Texas in February 1937. He is wearing a suit and standing on a sidewalk.
Date: February 1937

Wilburn Oatman, Sr.

Description: Photograph of Wilburn Oatman, Sr., outstanding civic leader and practicing lawyer from Llano, Texas in February 1937. He is wearing a suit and standing on a sidewalk.
Date: February 1937

Wilburn Oatman, Sr.

Description: Photograph of Wilburn Oatman, Sr., outstanding civic leader and practicing lawyer from Llano, Texas in February 1937. He is wearing a suit and standing on a sidewalk.
Date: February 1937

Wilburn Oatman, Sr.

Description: Photograph of Wilburn Oatman, Sr., outstanding civic leader and practicing lawyer from Llano, Texas in February 1937. He is wearing a suit and standing on a sidewalk.
Date: February 1937

George Gordon-Davis in his Native Dress

Description: Photograph of George Gordon-Davis, manager of the Anglo Packing Company in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is wearing his native "gaucho" suit during a visit to Texas in December 1939.
Date: 1939