Lot 565

The King Of Cowboys & Rodeo Stars Photos

Estimate: $200 - $400

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For your consideration are included a photo of Tom Mix, "The King Of Cowboys" as he was known in Hollywood. Photo is of him in late 1926. Besides his notable Hollywood film career, earlier in his life Mix did in fact work as a full-time cowboy on the 110,000 acre Miller Brothers 101 Ranch in Oklahoma. The photo is mounted on a greeting card with a date of 1927. Also included are two (2) professional photographs that appear to be of National Rodeo Hall of Fame cowboy and Montana native son, Bob Ragsdale who competed in steer wrstling, calf roping, and team roping. Also included are two (2) Meadow Gold advertising photos of National Rodeo horse training legend Glenn Randall, known for training horse for Hollywood stars Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Tex Ritter among manyy others. He also was hired to prepare the chariot horses for the 1959 epic movie, Ben Hur. Lastly is included a souvenir package of Olde West Stationery, some of the papers have C.M. Russell sketch prints. All items are in very good condition, no marring or other damages noted. Tom Mix photo measures 11.25"H x 8.5"W, Ragsdale photos measure 10"H x 8"W, the Randall photos are 7"L x 5"W, and the stationery is 8.5"L x 6.75"W