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1. Wild West Photograph Collection Finding Aid Wild West Photograph Collection Finding Aid The majority of photographs in this collection came from the Brookings Montgomery photograph collection purchased by the library in the 1960s. Images are of outlaws, cowboys, Indians, lawmen, judges, western...

2. Tim McCoy Tim McCoy 1954 Exterior snapshot identified as Col. Tim McCoy mounted on his horse.

3. Theodore Roosevelt in Kansas City Theodore Roosevelt in Kansas City 2 photographic postcards of Theodore Roosevelt and his Sept. 1, 1910 visit to Kansas City

4. The Negro Cowboys The Negro Cowboys 1965 Book with several references and descriptions of black cowboys in and around Kansas City.

5. The Kid from Kansas City The Kid from Kansas City October//1946 Illustrations and biographical article about Charles Nichols, or Kid Nichols, 77-year-old "assistant manager of the Pla-Mor bowling alleys" and a former pitcher for the Boston National baseball team starting...

6. The Frontier Marshal [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Four] The Frontier Marshal [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Four] November/15/1930 Photos and article (fourth in a series of four articles) about Wyatt Earp's travels in the Kansas prairies in the early and mid- 1870s, highlighting his law enforcement experiences with cowboys and outlaws...

7. The Endless Trail of the "End of the Trail" The Endless Trail of the "End of the Trail" Fall//2001 Photos and article about the "End of the Trail" statue of a dying Indian sculpted by James Earle Fraser in 1915 and kept at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in Oklahoma City as "the archetypal figure of...

8. The Dock Riders The Dock Riders July-August//1976 Article about the fading tradition of genuine "cowboys" at the Stockyards, with history of the cattle trails and livestock industry into and out of Kansas City.

9. The Cowboys The Cowboys November//1991 Article about the Homestead Youth Rodeo School "southwest of 115th Street and Kill Creek Road in far western Johnson County."

10. The 50 Greatest Books on the American West The 50 Greatest Books on the American West October, 2003 Article lists contributors' choices of the 50 books most crucial to understanding westward expansion and pioneer life. The books address subjects such as the fur trade, agriculture, criminal violence,...

11. The 1884 Kansas City Unions: A History of Kansas City's First Major League Baseball Team The 1884 Kansas City Unions: A History of Kansas City's First Major League Baseball Team //1977 Defines term "Major League" and classifies the Unions in 1884 the first such Kansas City team.

12. Tex Smith and Lorena Trickey Peterson Tex Smith and Lorena Trickey Peterson 1960 Snapshot of Lorena Trickey Peterson and Tex Smith in unknown location. Inscribed in blue ink at the top of the photo, "To Bob Montgomery from Tex Smith & Lorena Trickey Peterson, Nov. 3, 1960."

13. Tex Smith and Lorena Trickey Peterson Tex Smith and Lorena Trickey Peterson 1960 Interior view at unidentified location of Lorena Trickey Peterson and Tex Smith. Handwirtten in blue ink at the top of the photo, "Nov. 3, 1960, To Bob Montgomery From Trickey & Tex." Handwirtten in blue...

14. Tales of the Kansas Cow Towns [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Three] Tales of the Kansas Cow Towns [The Buffalo Hunters, Part Three] November/8/1930 Photos and article (third in a series of four articles) about Wyatt Earp's travels in the Kansas prairies in the early 1870s, highlighting his early law enforcement experiences with cowboys and outlaws...

15. Rex Purefoy to be Inducted Rex Purefoy to be Inducted August 24-30, 2007 Rex Purefoy, photographer for the Kansas City Call newspaper and a well-known western performer, has been inducted into the National Cowboys of Color Museum and Hall of Fame. The Museum and Hall of Fame...

16. 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.

17. Pete Peterson Pete Peterson 1961 Snapshot identified as Pete Peterson shown cooking pancakes outdoors at Tonopah, Nevada.

18. Pete Peterson Pete Peterson 1961 Outdoor snapshot of Pete Peterson. Handwritten in blue ink at the top of the photo, "To: Bob Montgomery, from Pete 'The Prospector' Peterson." Handwritten in blue ink on the back, "Home on the range without...

19. Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 10 Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 10 ca. 1880s Photograph ten of twenty-four in Collection of Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views [ca. 1889] by William S. Prettyman and George B. Cornish. It is titled "Cowboys at Home" and shows seven cowboys (four seated)...

20. Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 09 Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views, Photograph 09 ca. 1880s Photograph nine of twenty-four in Collection of Oklahoma Indian and Cowboy Views [ca. 1889] by William S. Prettyman and George B. Cornish. It is titled "Cowboys on the Round-Up" and shows group of eleven...