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Champion Female, Blue Grass 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.
Date: 1950

Fences and Goats in Mexico

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.
Date: 1950~/1959~

Mexican Men in Suits

Description: Photograph of eight men lined up on a stoop. Six of the men are wearing suits adn ties, two are wearing jackets and two are holding cowboy hats. One man wears sunglasses. Above the door behind the group is the word, "LAMSA".
Date: 1950~

Mexican Men in Suits

Description: Photograph of eight men lined up on a stoop. Six of the men are wearing suits adn ties, two are wearing jackets and two are holding cowboy hats. One man wears sunglasses. Above the door behind the group is the word, "LAMSA".
Date: 1950~

[Field of Longhorn Cattle]

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."
Date: 1952
Creator: Harvey Patteson & Son Photographers