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1. Rodeo Performers Rodeo Performers n.d. Exterior view of what appears to be a parade advertising the Championship Cowboy Rodeo, Lakewood Park, Atlanta, Mar. 20-26. Identified on back, Tex Cooper, wild horse trainer for Eugene Thompson/Milt Hinkle,...

2. Alice Greenough Alice Greenough n.d. Exterior view of cowgirl Alice Greenough on bucking horse.

3. Fanny Sperry Steele Fanny Sperry Steele n.d. Exterior view identified on postcard inscription as Fanny Sperry Steele on Midnight, Stampede, New York City.

4. Rodeo at Swope Park Rodeo at Swope Park June 12, 2022 Unidentified crowd viewing rodeo on grounds east of entrance building.

5. Pop Staples Pop Staples 1950 Postcard which is a view identified as Pop Staples (killed 1952) riding big bay - Hinkle Wild West Rodeo, Indianapolis Fair, 1950.

6. Dick Griffith and Wife Dick Griffith and Wife 1943 Exterior, full body view identified as Dick Griffith and wife, Rowell Ranch, Hayward, 1943. He was a famous trick rider and several times world champion bull rider.

7. Rodeo Event Rodeo Event 1934 Postcard of exterior rodeo scene identified by Montgomery as Pancho Villa, Hinkle's Texas Ranger Wild West Show, 1934, Hinkle's bull.

8. Milt Hinkle Milt Hinkle 1917 Exterior view, rodeo scene identified by Montgomery as: Milt Hinkle, bulldogging, 1917, Magdelena, N.M., man on horse, Leonard Stroud (then champ trick rider).

9. Fanny Sperry Steele Fanny Sperry Steele 1916 Exterior, full body view of Fanny Sperry Steele. Inscription on postcard reads: world's champion broncho buster at the 'Stampede'. Also identified on back, New York City, 1916.

10. Milt Hinkle Milt Hinkle 1912 Postcard found in the Montgomery correspondence, P3, under Billy Binder. Back of postcard reads: Mr. Montgomery, Milt Hinkle doging on D season 1912. I have 2 of these just rob[b]ed the old scrapbook....