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[Archive]: Frontier Days Festival Group Panoramic Photographs
Cheyenne, Wyoming: 1919 and 1921. Very Good. Unbound. Two panoramic photographs. Measuring 36" x 10" and 62" x 10". Sepia toned gelatin silver photographs. Photographs with small tears and nicks on the edges and some foxing, very good with intact and complete pictures. Two photographs of the Frontier Days in Cheyenne, Wyoming from 1919 and 1921 featuring cowboys and Native Americans dressed in their gear and sitting on their horses. The photograph from 1919 features cowboys seated with a single pony in front of the horses while a crowd is pictured in the stadium off to the side. The second photograph is of Native Americans who performed in the events. Many of them are depicted in native headdresses and face paint. Frontier Days is a large festival still running today with a western theme featuring horse races, lasso tricks, and horseback riding stunts. The photographs were taken by Ralph Doubleday, a well-known photographer who shot many of the stunts and horseback riding pictures for Frontier Days, as well as other festivals and events.
Bookseller: Between the Covers (betweenthecoversrarebooks) [Gloucester City, New Jersey, United States]
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