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The Belle of the Ranch

Title:The Belle of the Ranch Creator: George Bancroft Cornish, 1867-1946 Date:1909 Part Of: 101 Ranch and Burroum Ranch, Del Rio, Texas Place: Del Rio, Val Verde County, Texas Physical Description: 1 photographic print: collotype; 20 x 14.8 cm File: ag1986_0583_01_opt.jpg Rights: Please cite DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University when using this file. A high-resolution version of this file may be obtained for a fee. For details see the…

Vintage Cowgirls.

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A Pre-Raphaelite Child living in a modern world. Lover of many things modern & new, vintage & retro, classic & timeless. Lover of languages, cultures & history. Lover of music, art & travel. Lover of tastes, sights & sounds. Lover of Life. I'm Me. Who are you? All images contained on this tumblr are the property of their respective owners. Valentino Vamp does not claim ownership, unless otherwise noted, of any image contained herein. All photos edited in Adobe Photoshop by me. Please do not…

These are the real Old Cowgirls. America Antiques | Quilt Blocks | National…

Quilt Blocks | National Parks | Bozeman Montana : COWGIRLS - Cowgirl Set 9 Rodeo Cowgirls

These are the real Old Cowgirls. America Antiques | Quilt Blocks | National…

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Girls of Western United States in the early 20th Century: The Real Cowgirls of American West
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Girls of Western United States in the early 20th Century: The Real Cowgirls of American West

Girls of Western United States in the early 20th Century: The Real Cowgirls of American West

Amazing cowgirl!

Amazing cowgirl!

Cowgirl

This is a print I bought long ago in my Chicago days. I love cowgirls! Cowgirl — circa 1930, according to a note on the back

Cowgirls of the old west were tough - and beautiful too it seems...(Bonnie Carroll)

Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center - National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

The Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center houses the Museum’s archival and photographic collections, institutional records, and library. It shares the Museum’s mission to preserve and interpret the evolving history and cultures of the American West through exhibitions, education, research, and publications. The collections span centuries and include over 42,000 books; 700,000 photographs;…

Lucille Mulhall: Born on October 21, 1885, Lucille was a famous trick rider and made her the first cowgirl. On November 12, a Wild West show was held on the fairgrounds in the large Livestock Forum. Lucille was one of nine featured acts (which did include Will Rogers). She gave exhibitions of riding and would exhibit her famous high school horse, "Governor."

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Prairie Rose Henderson, c 1890  I want my Prairie Rose to live her whole life with this kind of attitude!

Prairie Rose Henderson Part II

By Shirley Morris © 2009 All Rights Reserved Waverly, New York, 1939 The kitchen was warm and filled with an inviting aroma from the morning baking of breads. Tiny bits of flour danced slowly upon prisms of sunlight streaming through the window above the porcelain sink as Dolly washed the sticky dough from her hands. Grabbing the gingham towel from the side of the wood stove, she gently patted them until they were dry. She gazed out the window above the sink and saw the hired ranch hand and…

Kittie Wilkins, "the Horse Queen of Idaho," was perhaps the most famous western woman in the country at the turn of the 20th century. She was the only woman at the time whose sole occupation was selling horses; the Wilkins Horse Company owned about 10,000 head in Owyhee County, Idaho.
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The Horse Queen of Idaho.

The Lone Cowgirl Presents: Old Time Cowgirl Declared A Myth
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Old Time Cowgirl Declared A Myth

Cowgirl of the Plains declared "Mythical Creature" It was so declared by a former state official from Kansas in 1926. The cowgirl is a myth. She didn't ride the plains and prairies, never stuck like glue to the back of a snortin', bitin, whirleygiggin' cayuse and would not have been caught dead (or alive) wearing britches, rounding up and branding cattle like her male cohorts in the west. The "former state official" not only verbally declared the cowgirl a myth, he included the charge in his…

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Morning Throwback: before the Dixie Chicks, there were these chicks | TRNTO.com

We wouldn’t want to face these ladies in a dusty old tavern back in 1913. Sure, they’re all smiles, but when these cowgirls weren’t panning for gold, they were skinning squirrels alive for dinner, blasting cigars out of men’s mouths and sucking down whiskey like it was tax deductible. Annie Oakley only wished she could shoot a gun like them.

Little Cowboy and Cowgirl in Outfits
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Little Cowboy and Cowgirl in Outfits

About This Piece This print is reproduced from a vintage postcard or vintage print The original dot pattern may be visibly enlarged in the print giving it a unique vintage appearance Cultural Art Never lose touch with your roots or embrace a new culture with world art. Our collection will bring you closer to traditions, cultural, and even historical moments worldwide. Explore bohemian, Scandinavian, to tropical art without leaving your couch. Figurative Art Think reality delights? You bet…