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Letter to Mr. F. S. Barde in Guthrie, Oklahoma from Geo L. Miller

Letter discusses dipping of 30,000 cattle and show iteinerary.

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Letter of Provenance and Old Photographs

Letter from Milford P. Gibbs stating, "To Whom it May Concern, This old vest, winchester, 101 letter head and pictures were given to me by my aunt when my uncle "Walter Cox" passed away. He worked at this ranch in the 1920s."

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101 Magazine / The 101 Ranch Official Souvenir. BLISS, OKLA

This folder includes two objects. One is a one page leaflet; it is the front cover page of the 101 Magazine, official publication of Cherokee Strip Cow Punchers' Association, Volume Two—Number Two, April 1926. The logo of the magazine is in red, the picture is black and white. The other is a booklet, the content of which are scenes of ranch life, and the pictures are all in black and white. Both of the two items are in fairly good condition, the words and pictures are clear to recognize.

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Photograph Postcard

This is a photo postcard, printed in color with a reproduction of a Charles M. Russell watercolor of a saloon scene with three men lounging at a bar while another fires at the feet of still another. Words at the bottom read, "Dance! You short-horn dance!" At the top it reads, "101 Ranch, Bliss, O.T." and "I find cow-boys a social set, at one of their 'gatherings' I was invited to dance." Reverse side is blank but has Charles M. Russell's signature buffalo skull in the stamp location.

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Queens of the rodeo

Sepia photo postcard with image of four cowgirls playing cards. Labeled, "Queens of the Rodeo".

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101 Wild West Ranch

This is a reference image scanned from an older transparency.

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