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Cowboy by Bunkhouse - photo taken in the 1930s at the Quarter Circle U Ranch in Big Horn County, Montana.  He would have rolled his own cigarette ~ you can see the pouch of tobacco in his right shirt pocket

Cowboy by the Bunkhouse; Picture was taken at the Quarter Circle U Ranch in Big Horn County, Montana, 1939

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❦ Hashknife Cowboys Holbrook, Arizona 1899 These cowpunchers rode the range for the Aztec Land and Cattle Company, which was better known as the Hashknife Outfit. They were a wild bunch who stirred up enough trouble that Sheriff Commodore Perry Owens was brought to town.:

Photo courtesy of the Navajo County Historical Society These Hashknife Cowboys, pictured in Holbrook circa are part of the early association of the Hashknife brand, when the infamous “Hashkni…

1885: Four cowboys branding calves, Medora, Dakota Territory. Two cowboys hold down a calf while a third cowboy brands it, likely with the brand of the Marquis de Mores. A fourth cowboy looks on. Smoke rises from the branding.

Four cowboys branding calves, Medora, Dakota Territory. Two cowboys hold down a calf while a third cowboy brands it, likely with the brand of the Marquis de Mores. A fourth cowboy looks on. Smoke rises from the branding.

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