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Cattlemen, cowboys, and cattle

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Creator: Steele, F. M. (Francis Marion), 1866-1936

Date: Between 1891 and 1912

Level of Description: Item

Material Type: Photograph

Call Number: Haskell County Historical Society: F. M. Steele co

Unit ID: 7870

Summary: This is a view of cattlemen and cowboys posed on horseback, an automobile, and on a fence near a pasture and corrals. F. E. (Gene) Murphy is in the right foreground, standing at the left of the automobile, with a hat and coat on and his right arm extended along his side. Also visible in the background is a herd of cattle.

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Title (Main title): Cattlemen, cowboys, and cattle

Titles (Other):

  • [Cattlemen and cowboys posed near a pasture with a herd of cattle.] [electronic resource] / F.M. Steele

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Subjects

    Gelatin silver prints
    Haskell County (Kan.) -- History
    Beymer, Clyde, 1888-1979
    Cave, Steven Ellis, 1917-2005
    Eamon, Buss
    Holmes, Gar
    Inman, Buss
    Lindeman, Wayne, 1892-1967
    Miller, Charles Edward
    Murphy, Francis Eugene, 1861-1932
    Osborn, Earl
    Pace, Floyd
    Pace, Pressley
    Patrick, James Septer, 1861-1939
    Snavely, Samuel David, 1879-1960
    Stansher, Johnny
    Trahern, George
    Yount, Charley, 1893-1921
    Internet resource (Web)
    Automobiles -- Kansas -- Haskell County
    Cattle breeders -- Kansas -- Haskell County
    Cattle -- Kansas -- Haskell County
    Corrals -- Kansas -- Haskell County
    Cowboys -- Kansas -- Haskell County
    Fences -- Kansas -- Haskell County
    Horses -- Kansas -- Haskell County

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Notes

General Note: Digital image of an original silver gelatin print, scanned by the Kansas State Historical Society, as part of the Western Trails Project, funded by a grant from the Kansas Library Network Board.

General Note: The original is a silver gelatin print and measures 22.2 x 25.3 cm.

General Note: This photograph is part of an album owned by the Haskell County Historical Society. Many of the photographs are identified as Haskell County; however, there are several unidentified photographs in the album. We believe the unidentified photographs were taken in Haskell County.