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Dale Mills, of Mills Quarter Horses, Sundance Wyoming, in the late 1940s, on his trick horse, Sam, a half Quarter Horse, half "Perchant". Submitted by Cricket Mills, who says her father-in-law, at 86, remains an active working ranch hand.

 

A young Ronald Tash drives cattle in 1948, with the help of his horse, Pepper. The horse was originally wild, from Hells Canyon, near Twin Bridges, Montana, and Tash broke him to ride. Submitted by Ronald Tash, Corvallis, Montana.

 

Betty Grigsby Lynn, (Minnesota Barrel Racing Assn. Champion) on Miss Piper, at the Sparta, Minnesota Rodeo, 1962. Submitted by Betty Lynn, Corvallis, Montana.

 

Grigsby family, 1958. From L to R, Don on Honeybee, Gertrude on Butterball, Betty on Miss Piper, and Bonnie on Tex. Submitted by Betty Lynn, Corvallis, Montana.

 

Branding, 1971, Hokanson Ranch, Warrick, Montana. L to R: Arnold Hokanson on horse, roping, Pete Norden, Bruce Peterson, Art Weaver, Stan Weaver, Ernest Peterson, Earl Weaver (branding), Bob Williams (back to camera), and Alan Weaver. Submitted by Arnold Hokanson, Big Sandy, Montana.

 

William Wilson, 1925, with his horse Wildfire (also shown in photo number 8). Submitted by Teri Wilson Dinnell, St. Ignatius, Montana.

 

Frank LaMance and horses during the filming of the movie, "Four Faces West," 1948, which starred Joel McCrea, Frances Dee and Charles Bickford. Submitted by his brother Thomas LaMance, Prewitt, New Mexico.

 

Riders at Meyers Cove, (near Salmon) Idaho, 1925. Submitted by Teri Wilson Dinnell, St. Ignatius, Montana, whose grandparents William and Adele Kingsbury Wilson are on the far right.

 

Warrick (Montana) Rodeo, 1950s. The announcer rode horseback, moving around the arena with a megaphone. Submitted by Arnold Hokanson, Big Sandy, Montana.

 

Bud Jollum, steer wrestling with Benny Reynold hazing for him, at the Denver Stock Show, 1964. Submitted by his son, Kyle Spencer, Havre, Montana.

 

Nels Hokanson, on Buck, in his late 20s, in the 1950s. Buck was featured in son Arnold Hokenson’s story, "Nugget, Ol Buck, and the Black Mare," published in the March, 2002 RMR. Submitted by Arnold Hokanson, Big Sandy, Montana.

 

Jack LaMance, holding tight to the horn, "Cowboys come in all sizes," 1948. Submitted by Thomas LaMance, Prewitt, New Mexico.

 

Terry Hogue, Glacier National Park, 1938. Submitted by his daughter, Dorinda Troutman, Hamilton, Montana.

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