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Description: Photograph of the Champion Hereford Steer at the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show. Standing behind the steer, from left to right, is Jack Turner, W.A. King, Dean Blizzard, Irene Rich, W.R. Watt, Patsy Moody and Mrs. George Prock. Patsy Moody is holding a ribbon and Irene Rich is wearing a hat and fur coat. The men are all wearing coats, hats and neckties. The steer has two banners on it's back. The first banner reads, "Grand Champion Steer, Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show, Fort Worth 1947" and the second reads, "Champion Hereford Steer Show, Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show, Fort Worth 1947".
Description: Photograph of a Hereford bull wearing a harness. Four men stand behind the bull, three wearing hats and three wearing suits and ties. One man is holding a banner on the bull's back that reads, "Champion Bull Bluegrass Hereford Show 1950".
Description: Photograph of a Champion Hereford female wearing a harness. Standing behind the cow are two men in suits and ties, one wearing a cowboy hat and one a regular hat. One man is holding the harness and the other is holding a banner that reads, "Champion Female Blue Grass Hereford Show 1950". Behind the cow and men is a group of several men and a few women.
Description: Photograph of a large series of buildings and compounds, with corrals in the center of the image. A stone and brick corral on the right side of the image contains goats; wooden fencing seem to separate several pens leading down to a larger area holding additional goats or cattle. Multi-story warehouse or office-type buildings are visible behind the pens, with trees and hills visible in the far background. Loose stones, barbed wire, and metal siding are visible in the foreground, in front of the corrals.
Description: Photograph of several Mexican women washing laundry in a river. Several large cloths are spread out on the ground behind them. In the background is a field of corn and a tall, snow-covered mountain.
Description: Photograph of a bull calf wearing a harness.
Date: January 10, 1951
Creator: Smith, Guy E.
Description: Photograph of a field with a group of cattle and men on horseback near a small pond. Back of photograph: "Bob Kleberg trading cattle with peeler. First time King Ranch purchased Longhorns. Kleberg had photos taken to Document the historical event. He used the images in advertising sale catalog in 1960's."
Creator: Harvey Patteson & Son Photographers
Description: Photograph of many men in suits and ties gathered around a very large dining table for a Farmfico luncheon. The table is covered in dishes and bouquets of flowers. In the foreground is an electric fan and a film projector. The room has many tall pillars and windows.
Date: April 22, 1953
Description: Photograph of ten men and one female flight attendant standing on aircraft stairs. All of the men are wearing suits and neckties, seven are wearing eyeglasses and all but two are wearing hats. A banner on the side of the stairs reads, "CIA. MEXICANA DE AVIACION".
Date: May 14, 1953