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This black and white photographic postcard features a group of men in chaps, long sleeve shirts and hats sitting around a campfire. One man stands on the left. A man standing on the right is using a lasso to do a roping trick. A horse is grazing in the background. Written text is toward the top of the card. Handwriting is on the back of the card. Part of the "Perils of the Plains" set which are actual photos of a staged 1905 event for the NEA (National Editorial Association). The event took place on the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch near Bliss, Oklahoma.
4"x 5" photographic postcard
Le Sueur (Minn.), Correspondence, Group photographs, Frontier & pioneer life, Clothing & dress, Camping, Roping
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King, George, "Postcard: Cowboys at Home" (1912). Tim Johnson Postcard Collection. 1224.
Cowboys at Home. Copyright 1909 by W. H. Martin Your postal receaved(sic) must say I don't think that I can except your inveation(sic) this time to buzzy(sic) husking yet P. S. Jr George King Le Sueur Minn c\o Fred C. Dressel