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Amarillo Champion Steer

Description: Photograph of a champion steer with a ribbon attached to his harness. Three men stand behind the steer, one is young, wearing glasses and a jacket and holding the steer's lead rope. Next to him is an old man in a coat, glasses and a hat. Beside him is a smiling man in a coat, skinny necktie and hat. In the background are more men standing behind a gate and sitting in bleachers.
Date: unknown
Creator: Smith Studio
Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum

Grand Champion Steer

Description: Photograph of a grand champion steer wearing a harness which is being held by a young cowboy in a flannel shirt and cowboy hat. Standing behind the steer are two men in suits, ties and hats. One man is wearing glasses.
Date: unknown
Creator: Guy E. Smith
Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum

[Postcard of Cattle Round-Up]

Description: Postcard of a herd of dark-colored cattle graze in an open field. In the foreground, there appears to be an unpaved road and a barbed wire fence enclosing the field. Behind the herd, there are three people on horseback. In the background, there are mountains and the open area continues, covered in scrub and small bushes. On the back of the postcard, there is a typed note which reads "Whiteface Hereford cattle add life and color to the mountain pastures." and also a handwritten note that says, "Main kind of work in Fort Davis 50 to 100 years ago." There is also a stamp with the name "Barry Scobee" and "Fort Davis, Texas."
Date: unknown
Partner: Marfa Public Library

Corral of Champion Hereford Steers

Description: Photograph of a corral full of Hereford steers facing and eating from a trough. Standing in the corral are three elderly cowboys, one in suspenders and tie. Nailed to a fence post are two signs that read, "Foster Conger, Sterling City." and "Champion Pen of 20 Steers". In the background are more cowboys, corrals and cows.
Date: unknown
Partner: Cattle Raisers Museum

[Photograph of a black and white Short Horn Steer]

Description: Photograph of a black and white Short Horn Steer owned by Albert Peyton George. The haltered steer is standing in a pasture. There are trees and a fence line in the background. Written beneath the image of the steer (between front legs) is: "Smith K. C. Mo." Stamped on back of photograph in black: "Photo No. [in pencil] 12650 Use This Number To Order Extra Prints Guy E. Smith 220 West 12th St. Kansas City, Missouri". [Yellow post-it note attached to back of photo with notation in black ink: "1 [marked through] 5x7".
Date: 1940 - 1945
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park