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[Newspaper article featuring Sam Myres and three saddles made by him]

Description: Newspaper clipping featuring Sam Myres and three of his saddles made by the S. D. Myres Saddle Company. His article is featured in the El Paso Herald-Post and contains a picture of Myres standing behind the three saddles. The saddles were made to be givent o the boy and girl grand champions and the girl reserve champion of the Southwestern Championship Kids Rodeo.
Date: August 14, 1950
Creator: El Paso Herald-Post
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Jelly Bryce on his Myres gun belt]

Description: Newspaper clipping that delves into the backstory of Sam Myres and the holster that he made for Jelly Bryce, an FBI Agent in Oklahoma. The article goes on to talk about a time where Jelly squared off with an outlaw and survived due to him being able to quickly fire at the outlaw with the help of his Myres gun belt.
Date: March 18, 1957
Creator: DeLaPlane, Stanton
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Interview with Bill Myres about holsters]

Description: Newspaper clipping that interviews Bill Myres about the holsters made by the S. D. Myres Saddle Company. He goes on to tell a story about a man who killed an outlaw by being able to quickly draw his gun due to the high quality of the holster.
Date: March 18, 1957
Creator: Myres, Bill
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Bill Myres wearing Jack Thompson's Buscadero belt]

Description: Newspaper clipping that depicts Bill Myres in a brown suit wearing a Buscadero belt. The article that is under the picture talks about Sam Myres' longevity as a leather maker. His business is known to produce dependable and good quality items. Now that Sam Myres has passed, his son, Bill Myres, has taken over the business and continues to produce S.D. Myres Saddle Company products.
Date: June 2, 1957
Creator: Wilke, L. A.
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Sam Myres' Gun Holsters]

Description: Newspaper clipping that focuses on Sam Myres' history as a maker of holsters for the FBI and the Texas Rangers. The article goes on to say that Bill Myres, Sam Myres son, has gone on after his father's death to run the family business. The article includes two pictures, the top shows a Texas Department of Public Safety Officer wearing a Myres-designed holster. Below that, there is a picture of Myres and Captain John R. Hughes discussing a holster. The title article of the article is "El Paso Firm Helped Carry Guns of West."
Date: June 2, 1957
Creator: Myres, Sam
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Clipping: Tio Sam -- (Sam Myres) "The Saddle Man"]

Description: Clipping from "Horse Lovers Magazine" containing a number of stories and advertisements, starting with the first part of an article about the life of Sam Myres with an image of the $10,000 saddle he made for the 101 Ranch.
Date: March 1951
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum

[Newspaper Clipping of Marie Windsor, Lloyd Bridges and Sam Myres]

Description: Newspaper clipping of a photograph with the caption "Marie Windsor and Lloyd Bridges, stars of 'The Tall Texan,' which is now showing at the Ellanay Theater, visit with El Paso's Tio Sam Myers [sic] during their stay in El Paso last week. -- (Photo by Arcy)." In the image, Myres (center) is posing with Windsor (left) and Bridges (right) behind two saddles that have decorative leatherwork. Myres is wearing a dark-colored suit and Windsor and Bridges are wearing light-colored western-style clothing. A portion of an advertisement is visible on the back of the page.
Date: 1953
Partner: Pioneer City County Museum