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ROMAN RIDING BY VERA MCGINNIS ELKS RODEO KLAMATH FALLS ORE."
unused Azo (triangles up) real photo postcard from Miller Photo Company in
Klamath Falls, slight oxidation. Circa 1912 - 1914,
the only dates we could find for that rodeo. A pioneer at rodeos, she was
apparently very skillful: we found a mention of her as late as 1925, even
though she obviously did dangerous stunts. Also notable for becoming the
first cowgirl to ever wear pants while rodeoing. Rare. Sold but front
side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan
(publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. co(k)gf
"34X Dell Blancett Bulldogging Round Up, / Pendleton Ore. 'Electric Studio'." showing him in action, unused sepia-tone NOKO real photo post card, tiny corner bend, tiny shallow chip from top edge. Dell married Bertha Kaepernick who gave exhibitions of horse riding; she is probably on the horse shown near to him, because she also served as his hazer during such events. Necessarily before Canada's entry into World War I. $37.50 cgo
"376. Hello Bill." a cowboy with chaps rides what looks like a cross between an elk & a horse down a street, postcard mailed 1913 from Denver Colorado to St. Joseph Missouri, minor wear on one one short edge, cancel ink in the front sky. $7.00 cu
"412. Shooting Up the Towns" with art depicting 3 horse-mounted cowboys firing their guns indiscriminately, post card mailed AUG 29 1909 (clear Waco & Rotan RPD cancel) from someone suggesting an exchange, noticeable corner wear including a small bottom corner creases not into the image, faint but long internal crease, very light toning both sides. $3.25 cg-r
"8022 Cruising for Cattle" with a cowboy on horseback looking out from a high vantage point, signed art with 1908 copyright by the artist R. Torrington Elwell, unused color postcard, pinhole near each corner, a little edge wear near one corner. $4.00 ac
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"906--Riding an Outlaw, Rodeo Scene of the Far West / 829-29-N" white-border era postcard printed in 1929, shows a man on a bucking bronco with many onlookers, very late usage at Kinnear Wyoming (missent auxiliary mark on back), minor corner wear, tiny spot on left front border. $3.75 c
"977S / 'SEE IT IN THE IRISH HILLS' / One of the 6-Gun Fire Shows presented at / Frontier City every day, Onsted, Michigan" showing a simulated cowboy gunfight viewed by many spectators, unused chrome postcard, copyrighted by L. L. Cook Co. $1.50 m(o)c
AMERICAN AIRLINES. "IN FLIGHT with the Flagship Fleet / of AMERICAN AIRLINES, inc. / Southwestern Passage! American's Flagships / fly Coast-to-Coast overnight along their Southern / All-Year Route -- crossing the frontier country / chosen long ago for early transcontinental trails" flying low over mounted cowboys; unused airline-published (logo on back) postcard, minor corner rounding, small spot of toning near logo on back. $8.00 a(p)c
"BADLANDS NORTH DAKOTA" showing cowboys & wagons along a trail, sepia-tone SSSS real photo postcard with edges trimmed off, toning near upper right front corner, as is. $1.50 nc
Barr's Post Card News. May 9, 2016 (24 pages). Articles on elephants, Buffalo Bill's Wild West & National Postcard Week. $1.25 pca
"BONNIE GRAY ON KING TUT JUMPING AUTO / (DOUBLEDAY)" unused circa-1925 sepia-tone Azo (no symbols in corners) real photo postcard, small bottom corner crease, a few tiny light scuffs to the front finish obscure nothing. Rare. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. ch(n)
"BONNY GRAY JUMPING 'KING TUT' OVER AUTO, / CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAYS. (DOUBLEDAY) / 1926" sepia-tone SSSS real photo post card, unevenly toned back, slight oxidation consistent with age, trivial corner wear. Also known to have performed the feat at the Los Angeles Roundup. Note the blanket draped over the car underneath the horse. It probably masked the removal of the door there for the safety of both horse & rider. We have seen a sign draped there as well at other locations so it is hardly a coincidence. Rare. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. wch(n)
"'BRANDING' NEVADA RANCH SCENE" unused sepia-tone DOPS real photo postcard, fresh appearance. $8.00 nc
"Broncos to Break Copyright Canada 1912 by A. E. Brown Western Canada Ranching Series / No. 5" sepia-tone real photo post card mailed 1913 at Taber Alberta, corner crease, corner & edge wear, toned front. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 cc
"Bucking Brahman Bull / at South Dakota's Rodeo" with the animal near to vertical in its kick; home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1961 at Sherman South Dakota, a little uneven at the top front due to pasting issues. $1.75 cs
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"BUFFALO BILL'S DEADWOOD STAGE COACH" pulled by 6 mules, circa-1905 undivided back postcard, light album marks at corners, mild wear at one corner, exceptionally fresh for its age but the colors are a bit off-register. Once deemed the most famous vehicle extant, 6 Wells Fargo men died defending its strongbox. $13.50 chu
"CHEYENNE KAISER SHOWS HIS HEELS TO MARYANN / (© 1922 R. R. DOUBLEDAY)" the famous rodeo rider's shoulders hit the dirt forcefully as the horse rears up, unused sepia-tone Azo real photo (blank corners) post card, browning back paper, mild corner rounding. In the Charles & Margo Nesbitt / Lender Western History Collections at the University of Oklahoma Libraries. Now you have a chance to have an original too! $16.50 ch(n)g
"Cow Girls on 101 Ranch. BLISS, Okla. / Made in Germany / Publ. & Copyright 1908 / by H. H. Clarke, / Oklahoma City, Okla." showing 6 of them astride (not side-saddle) their horses near some water, several buildings in the distant background. Not a dude ranch, 101 Ranch was a showcase & training ground for cowboys, cowgirls & Indians seen in numerous early movies & the Miller Brothers Wild West Shows. Color, unused postcard, front toning light & mostly in the sky, mild corner & edge wear. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg format. $1.50 oc
"Festus" Granby Québec QSL card with cowboy clicking his spurred heels, unused, fresh appearance. $2.00 qc
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"FRANK SMITH BULLDOGGING, / PENDLETON 'ROUND-UP' © R. R. DOUBLEDAY" unused sepia-tone real photo post card, a lot of toning on back probably due to album contact. Good action shot at his moment of contact. $15.00 cno
"FRED M. STEPHENS / ...Composer of... / "I Just Want Another / Cookie, Mother, Please' / Written in honor of our Boys in Service / Introduced over the air by many radio artists ..." unused postcard advertising the sheet music from the Nordyke Publishing Company in Hollywood California. Mentions Susie (the Gal from the Hills) on WTMV in East St. Louis Illinois & Evelyn Elben (the Singing Cowgirl) in Columbus Ohio. Not just a composer, Fred's biographical details on the back establish him as a baker who traveled with cowboy bands doing rope tricks (note the rope over his shoulder)! Two tiny spots on front, a light rubber band mark on the back, otherwise fresh. $13.50 rcccgio
"Gals is queer / you bet, but / we must have 'em" Dutch boy in cowboy outfit, post card made in the USA, mailed JUL 11 1913 (clear KAN. CITY & CALDWELL TR12 R.P.O. RMS hand cancel) to Miss Harriet Kremer in Grand Rapids Michigan, minor corner rounding, very light toning near the front corners. $2.50 dc-r
"Greetings from FRONTIER CITY, U. S. A." showing the main entrance at the top & a mock gunfight in progress at the corral below it; multiview chrome post card mailed 1963 from Amarillo Texas. This was the early days of the Oklahoma City amusement park with a western theme. The corral seen here was fashioned from the bleachers used during Eisenhower's second inauguration. $2.00 coa
"HARROWING AND DRILLING WHEAT ON MILLER BROS. 101 RANCH. 80618" in Bliss Oklahoma, unused C. T. American Art postcard neatly separated from a booklet, light spotty toning in the front borders. Hard to find: the only one we found was in a collection at the National Cowboy Museum. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 o(b)ac
"HARVESTING WHEAT ON MILLER BROS. 101 RANCH" in Bliss Oklahoma, multiview postcard with stub, divided back C. T. American Art post card, spotty toning. Hard to find: the only 1 we found was in a National Cowboy Museum collection. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 o(b)ac
"HEADED FOR THE / LAST ROUNDUP // GC429 ©MWM" with signed Jakie Irby art depicting a horse struggling under the load of a heavy cowgirl in the desert; unused post card with good edges, 2 tiny gripper marks at the top front edge attributable to the printing process. $3.00 a(i)ccd
"HOPALONG CANASTA" showing a 3 of diamonds playing card, a September 1992 calendar & a cowboy who might be Hopalong Cassidy, unused continental postcard published by Postcard Collector Magazine, corner bend. $1.00 ccp*
"In the Southwest" stylized art depicting 2 cowboys riding through some yuccas, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1962 at Malida Ohio. $1.50 dc
"KENNETH HAYS ALMOST RODE 'BLACK DIAMOND' TRI-STATE ROUND-UP / (DOUBLEDAY) BELLE FOURCHE, S.D." catching his impact with the ground; sepia-tone Azo (triangles both ways, circa- 1920) real photo postcard, lightly toned back, minor corner wear. Rare: no other offers, no recorded sales & no exhibits when we searched the Internet. $16.50 cs(b)nh(n)
"KLJ 9383" black & white QSL postcard with cartoon art depicting a cowboy in the desert, used by operators Kenneth & Dorothy Osborn, good edges. $2.00 ic
"KLK 6781" CB QSL post card used by operators Frank C. & Lois L. Bane, attractive cartoon art depicting cowboys, fairly fresh. $2.00 ic
L. H. "DUDE' LARSEN ART & POETRY ON POST CARDS
"GATHERING WILD CATTLE" signed L. H. 'Dude' Larsen art on linen postcard including a 8-line poem of his on the back, copyrighted 1939, excellent condition. $6.00 cap
"HARROWING AND DRILLING WHEAT ON MILLER BROS. 101 RANCH. 80618" in Bliss Oklahoma, unused C. T. American Art postcard neatly separated from a booklet, light spotty toning in the front borders. Hard to find: the only one we found was in a National Cowboy Museum collection. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 o(b)ac
"ROUGH RANGES" signed L. H. 'Dude' Larsen art showing a cowboy climbing a tree to escape the charge of a wild steer unused linen post card with 1939 copyright, his 12-line poem on back to match the scene, excellent condition. $6.00 cap
"Malé time for / Uruguayan gauchos" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) post card mailed 1963 at Renfrew Pennsylvania. Three cowboys having a drink. $2.00 (uc)
"Milk River Wagon Train" showing cowboys & covered wagons coming into Malta Montana, unused chrome. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (almost 2x original postcard area) 100-dpi scan in .jpg (375,323 bytes) or .tif format. $1.50 mch
"Mr. Gene Autry // c/o -: Republic Studio // 9336 W Washington Boulevard // Culver City // California // U.S.A." small envelope addressed as quoted, mailed 3 SP 38 from Glasgow Scotland, neatly opened at the top. Autry was busy making movies that year -- 'The Old Barn Dance', 'Gold Mine in the Sky', 'Man from Music Mountain', 'Prairie Moon', & 'Rhythm of the Saddle' -- that proved to be a major early influence in the country music genre. $2.00 cf
"MY BUSY DAY N-12 / 6A-H" with art on left half of postcard depicting a cowboy riding a bull, right half with a long poem excusing the writer from revealing much of anything, unused linen post card, circa 1936, tiny corner crease, minor corner wear. $2.00 c
"NORMAN MASON BULLDOGGING, ROUND-UP, BELLE FOURCHE, S.D. / (DOUBLEDAY)" unused circa-1919 sepia-tone Azo (triangles both ways) real photo postcard, upper corner crease, some oxidation consistent with age, back toned a bit from album contact. In the collection of the South Dakota State Historical Society. The photographer was Ralph Russel Doubleday. Rare: we could find no other offers, no other exhibits, and no recorded sales when we searched the Internet recently. $19.00 cs(b)ngp
"NORMAN MASON WINNER BUCKING CONTEST BELLE FOURCHE / 1919" riding, hat in hand, on a horse in mid-jump; unused Azo real photo postcard (triangles both ways), considerable corner wear & rounding, soiled back, lightly toned front. Rare South Dakota postcard. $25.00 cnsg
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"Oklahoma cowboy / Cowboy's Girl" QSL card with Runnin' Bare style commissioned art depicting a cowboy on horse & a young lady trying to ride a donkey, unused postcard with fresh appearance. From Jack & Bev Stewart. $2.00 cc(r)
"PADDY RYAN ON 'BUCK SHOT' TRI-STATE ROUND-UP, BELLE FOURCHE, S. DAK. / (DOUBLEDAY)" unused circa-1919 sepia-tone Azo (triangles both ways) real photo postcard, oxidation consistent with age. The photographer was Ralph Russel Doubleday. Rare: we could find no other offers, no other exhibits, and no recorded sales when we searched the Internet recently. Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged 300-dpi scan (publication quality) in .jpg format for $3.75. cs(b)nhp
"Plan to See the / Trial of Jack McCall / for the Killing of / WILD BILL HICKOK..." at Deadwood South Dakota, unused theater publicity postcard on red stock, small stagecoach design on back, number hand-written on back. $1.75 sct**
"Plenty of Meat, Potatoes, Frijoles and Coffee about to be consumed" showing several cowboys gathered around a chuckwagon & fire, linen post card mailed 1947, a little cancel ink in the sky, back paper browning evenly with age. $2.50 cf
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"PN-01 / LOS CHARROS / MEXICAN COWBOYS // Photo by Tony Valdez" unused chrome-era postcard from Publicaciones Barrera in Laredo Texas, fairly fresh with good edges. The odd dark spot at the top right front corner was printed that way. $1.50 cm(g)p
"RED SUBLETT LEAVING 'WHISKEY PETE' / (D. F. P. CO. INC.)" unused sepia-tone Azo (triangles both ways) real photo postcard, lightly toned front, album marks at the back corners, slight curl to the paper no problem for any album. Apparently a staged stunt; the rider was holding a sign with the horse's name. $12.50 ch(n)n
"Rep. Argentina - Carneando" postcard showing 2 cowboys skinning a cow, pertinent writing on back, much wear to one corner. $4.50 ac!
"RHS. / FR. / '08" with caption from the identifying pennant, showing the freshman class of girls at Roseville High School dressed up as cowgirls; real photo postcard mailed there MAY 27 1908. Sender notes: 'School is now out, was out last Friday. This is the picture of the girls in our class at school.' Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 o(r)gc
"RIDING VAMPIRE" showing a cowboy riding a bucking bronco with 3 mounted sidekicks looking on, sepia-tone post card with undivided back published by R. C. Smith Company, even light browning of paper on back, good edges. $20.00 ch(n)
"ROUGH RANGES" signed L. H. 'Dude' Larsen art showing a cowboy climbing a tree to escape the charge of a wild steer unused linen postcard with 1939 copyright, his 12-line poem on back to match the scene, excellent condition. $6.00 cap
"'Round-Up.' Dagger Lake, near CARLSBAD, New Mexico." showing a cowboy camp, unused circa 1907-1908 unevenly divided back Albertype postcard, trivial wear at 3 corners. Rare! Sold but front side still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 nacc
"Round-up Time - Pendleton Ore - P-416-2 Smith" side view of man being thrown from horse at a rodeo, spectators in background; sepia-tone real photo postcard with good composition, unused, fairly fresh with good edges. $20.00 oc!
"Scoubidou Kid XM52-35777 / Club President / René Martin ... / Montreal ... / Official Club / Card of the International / Cowboys QSL Club" unused CB QSL card from the Runnin' Bare Artist Series #1595 copyrighted in 1979. $1.25 q(m)c
SEP 4 1954 Ellensburg Washington cancel ties 3-c Lewis & Clark stamp franking #6 cover with Labor Day rodeo cachet in black showing cowboy riding bronco, never sealed, neatly addressed. $1.50 w-c
"Silver City Cow boys, New Mexico" showing several lined up on horseback, circa 1908 postcard, short internal tear closes well, minor edge wear. Sold but still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 771% of original print area) & enhanced 200-dpi scan in .jpg format. $2.00 nch
"SM0OIG/YN" continental shortwave Managua Nicaragua QSL card with cowboy illustration, used 1989 by operator Olof 'Olle' Hägg, confirmed by SM0KCR, excellent condition. (2 available) $2.00 each. nc&
"Souvenir of BOOT HILL Dodge City, Kansas / 'Cowboy Capital of the World' / TEN PLASTICHROME® REPRODUCTIONS" including old 1864 jail, cemetery signage, Simpson sculpture, museum relics, etc.; spiral-bound booklet of approx. 2-12"x3-1/2 full color photos (all in excellent condition), old price indent on front cover. $2.00 k(d)c
"South Dakota's Rodeo / at Belle Fourche. / Saddle-bucking contestant / holds the rein with one hand, / ..." showing a cowboy & horse in mid-air, well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard mailed 1962 from Lake Norden South Dakota,2 small corner creases not into image. Shown right. $1.75 cs(b). Same beginning caption, cowboy thrown from bull; postcard mailed 1962 from Hayt South Dakota, unfortunate light smear of cancel ink from the bottom edge. Shown left. $1.50 cs(b)
"TAKE ME BACK TO / OLD MONTANA / Where there's plenty of room and air; /..." with a long poem by J. C. Cory, illustration of man with lariat on bucking bronco, linen postcard from Robbins-Tillquist Co., writing on back dates to 1938, toned back due to album contact, good edges but faint internal crease. $2.00 cpm
"Texas" well done home-made (and, hence, unique) postcard showing a cowboy with a herd of cattle on the range, mailed at Farmer Rural Station of Asheboro North Carolina in 1966, unfortunate vertical crease through center of postcard, corner crease. $1.00 c
"TEXAS RODEO -- THIS IS THE WORLD'S LARG- / EST AMATEUR RODEO." showing hundreds of mounted cowboys before the grandstand in Stamford Texas; chrome postcard mailed 1952 at Forth Worth, corners worn & rounded, corner crease. The claim is disputed by Pawhuska Oklahoma. $1.25 ct(s)s
"Trigger / Finger // KATO / 2880 // DUTCH MAID // ... / Bridgeton, N.J." with art depicting a cowboy practicing with his gun; unused QSL card for the Runnin' Bare Artist Series #807 copyrighted in 1978, fresh colors & good edges. $1.25 cn(b)
"UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING / COWBOYS" continental postcard showing man on bucking bronco, mailed 1987, minor edge wear. $1.00 wc
"Valley Varmint / New Mexico RBAS dealer Business Cards a specialty!" with art depicting a cowgirl standing in the desert, unused Albuquerque NM CB QSL card from the Runnin' Bare Artist Series #1391 copyrighted in 1979, fresh colors & good edges. $1.50 n(a)c
"W5LHF" QSL card with cowboy fiddler art, clever use of call sign letters L(eft) H(anded) F(iddler), mailed there 1948 by operator Ralph A. Grogan, a little cancel ink on front, trivial wear to the upper corners. $2.00 tmc&
"W4LYV" Lexington North Carolina QSL postcard with nice cowboy & horse art, mailed 1962 by operator Charles D. Harris, cancel ink on front. $1.50 nc
"W5NEW" QSL card with cowboy on bucking bronco art, mailed 1948 by operator John L. White, a little cancel ink on front. $1.75 tc
"W7EZC" colorful Fort Warren Wyoming QSL post card with cowboy silhouette art prominent in design, mailed there NOV 13 1946 by operator E. W. Madsen edges & corners very rough (long corner crease just misses the 1-c Washington stamp). A clear & complete example of the DPO machine cancel. $3.75 wm(a)c-w
"W7KAH" Tucson Arizona QSL postcard with attractive cowboy in desert art, mailed there 1960 by operator J. W. Lambert, transparent tape repair to short tear at bottom. $1.25 a(t)c
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