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[Albert Peyton George, Gene Autry, and Virgil Shepherd standing next to a horse]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George, Gene Autry, and Virgil Shepherd standing in an arena next to a horse. George, who is on the far right, is wearing a three piece suit with print tie and striped shirt. He is wearing dark rimmed glasses and a light colored felt hat. George has his left hand in his pants pocket. Autry is wearing a knit suit with tucked in boots with tops that have images of longhorns, hearts, moons, and stars on them. He has a yoked western shirt and a white felt hat. He is holding a riding crop in his left hand and he is holding his horse's halter in his right hand. The horse has a saddle with very intricate leather work and ornate silver trim. Written in pencil in back of photograph: "Mr. George standing to Gene Autry's left."
Date: 1945 - 1955
Item Type: Photograph

[Albert Peyton George, Gene Autry, and Virgil Shepherd standing next to a horse]

Description: Photograph of Albert Peyton George (on far right) with Gene Autry (center) and Virgil Shepherd. Autry has his right hand on the horse's halter. Autry is wearing boots with longhorn, stars, half moons, and hearts motif on the tops. The boots have spurs. His knit suit has a detailed western shirt underneath it. He is holding a riding crop in his left hand. George is wearing a three-piece suit, striped shirt, and print tie. He has a round pin on his lapel. George has his left hand in his pants pocket. Note the saddle on horse - Autry's saddle is very ornate and detailed. The group is in an arena of unknown location (perhaps Fort Worth?). The photograph was autographed by Gene Autry and reads: "To Albert With Best Wishes Gene Autry".
Date: 1945 - 1950
Item Type: Photograph

[Beige ribbon]

Description: Beige ribbon surrounds a large circular button partly covered in felt. An image of a head of cattle is on the front. Beige ribbon extends downward from button and states: "FORT WORTH 1905". Bronze colored ribbon tied in a bow lies directly below button and same ribbon shaped like ringlets extend from end of ribbon. Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon, livestock
Date: 1905

[Burgundy ribbon with a circular button at top]

Description: Burgundy ribbon with a circular button at top that states: "10th ANNUAL CONVENTION MEMBER T. L. S. A." Surrounded by ribbon, with a bow tied underneath and two strands of ribbon extending downward. The left strand states: "FORT WORTH TX" The right strand states: "FEB. 12-13-14, 1901" There is a brown tassel hanging from the button. Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon
Date: [1901-02-12..1901-02-14]

[Burgundy ribbon with a circular button at top]

Description: Burgundy ribbon with a circular button at top that states: "10th ANNUAL CONVENTION MEMBER T. L. S. A." Surrounded by ribbon, with a bow tied underneath and two strands of ribbon extending downward. The left strand states: "FORT WORTH TX" The right strand states: "FEB. 12-13-14, 1901" There is a brown tassel hanging from the button. Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon
Date: [1901-02-12..1901-02-14]

[Button and ribbon]

Description: Button and ribbon. Button "NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION CO. CHICAGO - ST.LOUIS - KANSAS CITY - FORT WORTH." Ribbon "1904 - SOUVENIR - 1904 Texas Cattle Raiser's Convention FORT WORTH. TEX." Red, white, and blue ribbons Old Object Term: Commemorative ribbon, livestock
Date: 1904

[Button with image of "EXCHANGE BUILDING"]

Description: Button with image of "EXCHANGE BUILDING" as stated directly below image in center. Above image it states: "FT. WORTH MAR. 8, 1904." Around edges it states: "NATIONAL STOCK YARDS EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL." Old Object Term: Commemorative button, livestock
Date: March 8, 1904

[Gold Cougar metal pin]

Description: Gold covered metal pin. Cougar at top standing on a rectangular pin that states: "T.B.A.FT. WORTH, 1908" Plaque hangs underneath that states: "T.___'S BANKERS ASSOCIAT__N. (handwritten) J.H.P. Davis J.H.P. Davis and Co. Richmond, Texas (typed) Fort Worth, June 4, 5 and ___ 19__" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, banker
Date: 1908