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Guide to the Mark Allen Collection

Mark Allen Collection
3.5 cubic feet (14 binder boxes)
Location: 0333-0335
Accession #: 1999.023

Introduction
The Mark Allen Collection contains photographs, film stills, and ephemera which document the film career of each cowboy (Hoot Gibson, William S. Hart, Buck Jones, Ken Maynard, Tim McCoy, and Tom Mix) from the first movie to the last of their careers. There are some photos of other popular western actors and actresses, plus postcards, prints, and arcade cards. An estimated 1,293 images are included.

Biography
Below is some information from Mark Allen, from whom this collection was acquired, and several brief biographies for the five western actors of the silent film era that are most prominently featured in the Mark Allen Collection: Hoot Gibson, William S. Hart, Buck Jones, Ken Maynard, Tim McCoy, and Tom Mix

Mark Allen
Mark Allen is president of Mark Allen Productions in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is a performer of trick roping and bullwhip cracking, and has performed all over the world. In addition, he sells professional ropes, roping accessories, trick-riding saddles, and bullwhips. He has also created instructional videos designed for beginners. Mark Allen has been the International Director of the Wild West Arts Club, an organization of over 700 members who have a national convention in Las Vegas each year, plus several regional conventions. Allen wrote in a letter to the Museum in 1999 about the collection of film stills, news clippings, arcade cards, and publicity photographs:

"I got this collection from a man in his seventies who spent the better part of 50 years compiling it. At the age of 14 he cut school in New York and traveled to New Jersey to see the Tom Mix Circus. After the first show he went to Tom Mix’s tent and spent the entire day with Tom Mix. Mix gave him an autographed photo card of him and his horse."

Hoot Gibson, arcade cardHoot Gibson
Hoot Gibson, cowboy and movie star, was born as Edmund Gibson on August 6, 1892, in Tekamah, Nebraska. He was a veteran rodeo performer as a teenager and he won the "World's All-Around Champion Cowboy" title when he was just twenty-years old.

Hoot Gibson made more than 200 movies during his 50-year career. His first movie was The Two Brothers, in 1910. Gibson went into the Army during World War I. When he returned to acting, he was billed as "The Smiling Whirlwind." That was a reference to the fact that in his cowboy movies he often did not even carry a gun, and he often defused tense situations with humor rather than a fight.

Hoot Gibson died in 1962 and was buried in Inglewood, California.

Sources:
CowboyDirectory.com

Further Reading:
Rainey, Buck. Saddle Aces of the Cinema. San Diego: Barnes, 1980.

William S. Hart, arcade cardWilliam S. Hart
William Surrey Hart, cowboy actor, was born on December 6, 1865 in Newburg, New York. Hart started his acting career in his twenties, but it wasn’t until he was 49 before he moved west to Hollywood to start his movie career. He made more than 65 silent films, the last being Tumbleweeds in 1925.

William S. Hart died at the age of 82 on June 24, 1946. He is buried in Brooklyn, New York. In his will, Hart left the Horseshoe Ranch to the County of Los Angeles. It was to be set aside for the use and enjoyment of the public, at no charge. Today, the Horseshoe Ranch consists of 265 acres. Both the ranch house and the Hart residence are open to the public. An assortment of animals resides at Hart Park, including a small herd of bison which were a gift from the Walt Disney Studios in 1962.

Sources:
CowboyDirectory.com

Further Reading:
Ronald Davis, William S. Hart: Protecting the American West. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, 2003.

Buck Jones, arcade cardBuck Jones
Buck Jones was born in Vincennes, Indiana, as Charles Frederick Gebhart on December 12, 1891. Jones spent his entire youth on his father's 3,000 acre ranch near Red Rock, Oklahoma. He learned to ride horseback nearly as soon as he learned to walk. By 1914, at the age of 24, he was already a featured bronc rider and trick roper with the famous "101 Ranch Wild West Show" based on the 101 Ranch near the Gebhart ranch. He traveled throughout most of the United States with that show, and then with the Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus. In 1917 Jones was hired away from the circus by a growing and far more profitable medium: the silent movie industry. Fox Studios hired him to do stunt work for their major cowboy stars such as William S. Hart, Tom Mix, and William Farnum. Even though he was a fine athlete, young Jones found the stunt work to be extremely demanding and dangerous. Buck Jones' films were characterized by his acting and he was allowed to demonstrate his folksy humor. Jones was one of the first to have onscreen romances in his films, not the simple affections towards his trusty horse. He was one of the few silent screen movie stars who successfully made the transition to "talkies." At one time there were more than two-million kids enrolled in his "Buck Jones Rangers" Club.

He co-starred with Raymond Hatton and Tim McCoy in a series of "Rough Riders" Westerns. Their trademark ending was when they said goodbye to each other and rode off their separate ways. On November 28, 1942, Buck Jones was on a tour to sell War Bonds and to promote enlistment of soldiers for service during World War II. While in Boston he stopped in at the Cocoanut Grove night club. The building caught fire, killing 492 people, including Jones. His ashes were spread near Catalina Island off the Southern California coast.

Sources:
CowboyDirectory.com

Further Reading:
Rainey, Buck. The Life and Films of Buck Jones: The Silent Era. Waynesville, NC: World of Yesterday, 1988.

Ken Maynard, arcade cardKen Maynard
Ken Maynard, cowboy and movie actor, was born on July 21, 1895, in Vevay, Indiana. He was the older brother of fellow cowboy movie star Kermit Maynard. He joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in 1911, served in the U.S. Army during World War I.

After his military duty, he hit the rodeo circuit. By 1924 he was under contract with Cosmopolitan Pictures, a company owned by newspaper baron William Randolph Hearst. It was in 1929, while under contract to Universal Pictures that he became the very first Silver Screen Singing Cowboy. By 1936 he was performing around the nation with the Diamond K Ranch Wild West and Circus. From 1937 to 1940 he worked with the Cole Brothers’ Circus. After his retirement from the movies in the 1940s, he faded from public view, though he appeared in one film in 1970. He had made some 87 films, nearly all of them Westerns.

Ken Maynard died due to alcoholism and severe malnutrition on March 23, 1973 in Woodland Hills, California. He is buried in Cypress, California.

Sources:
CowboyDirectory.com

Further Reading:
Ken Maynard Collection, Institute for the Study of the American West, Autry National Center, 4700 Western Heritage Way, Los Angeles, California (http://www.autrynationalcenter.org). http://autry.iii.com/screens/maynard.html
Green, Douglas B. Singing Cowboys. Layton, UT: Gibbs Smith, 2006.
Rainey, Buck. Saddle Aces of the Cinema. San Diego: Barnes, 1980.

Tim McCoy, arcade cardTim McCoy
Tim McCoy, cowboy and actor, was born Timothy John Fitzgerald McCoy on April 10, 1891, in Saginaw, Michigan. When he was just seven, in 1898, he met the man who was to become and remain his personal hero during his lifetime: Buffalo Bill Cody.

As a youngster, McCoy worked on ranches in Montana and Wyoming. He had great appreciation for the Native Americans and their culture, so as he traveled all around Wyoming, he learned the stories of the Indian wars from those who still recalled it. When Hollywood needed Native Americans for films, he was on such good terms with the Native Americans that he negotiated fair deals for them and accompanied them to the filming locations and, eventually, to Hollywood for "Grand Opening" appearances. The flamboyant and theatrically-oriented McCoy was in his element. In 1925 McCoy was signed by MGM to star in a series of Westerns based on episodes in American frontier history. Five years later, thanks to talented actors and generous production budgets, McCoy was one of Hollywood's most popular Western stars.

In 1935 McCoy toured with the Ringling Brothers’ Circus as one of their main attractions. He thought there was money in that form of entertainment, so he started his own Wild West Show in 1938. Unfortunately it didn’t succeed, but that was common with most circuses and Wild West shows. So, at nearly 50 years of age, Tim McCoy went back to making films. Monogram Studios teamed him with another couple of old-timers, Buck Jones and Raymond Hatton, for a series of "Rough Rider" films. By this time, World War II was in full tilt. So the aging Tim McCoy volunteered his talents for the military. So he left Hollywood when the “Western musical” was popular, sold his ranch in Wyoming, and moved back east.

He hosted a children's show on television in 1950, with co-host Iron Eyes Cody. He dressed in the big "Tom Mix" style Stetson and with a beaded deerskin jacket with long fringes. In 1962, Tim McCoy and his wife left southern California and moved to Nogales, Arizona. For a time he toured with Tommy Scott’s traveling show where he did trick shooting and his Australian bullwhip act. After the death of his wife, Inga, in 1973, McCoy retired.

He played in nearly a hundred movies from 1923 to 1950. He was inducted into the National Cowboy Hall of Fame 1974. He co-authored his autobiography with his son Ronald in 1977. Tim McCoy died of a heart attack at Ft. Huachuca, Arizona, on January 24, 1978. Some nine years later, to fulfill McCoy's wish, his remains were buried at Mt. Olivet cemetery in Saginaw, Michigan.

Sources:
CowboyDirectory.com

Further Reading:
McCoy, Tim, and Ronald McCoy. Tim McCoy Remembers the West: An Autobiography. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1977.

Tom MixTom Mix
Tom Mix, actor, was born Thomas Hezikiah Mix on January 6, 1880 in Mix Run, Pennsylvania. By the end of 1902 Mix had drifted to Guthrie, Oklahoma. He tended bar at the Blue Bell Saloon. In 1903 he became a drum major with the Oklahoma Cavalry Band and even played at the St. Louis World's Fair. In 1904 he was a bartender and sheriff-marshal in Dewey, Oklahoma, where today there is a very nice museum dedicated to his memory.

Mix was in a series of Wild West shows from 1906 to 1909, starting with the Miller Brothers 101 Wild West Show based in Ponca City, Oklahoma. By 1910 he was hired in Hollywood to provide horses for the movie studios and to care for them during the filming. Tom Mix made his first movie, Ranch Life in the Great Southwest in 1910. He was soon not only acting but writing scripts and directing movies. He even did most of his own stunt work, at least in the early days.

From 1917 to 1928 he was signed with Fox Studio, where he and his horse "Tony" made five or more films a year. He was in 306 Western films, directed 109 films, and wrote screenplays for 17 movies. The "Tom Mix Ralston Straight Shooters" national radio show debuted in 1933 with Ralston cereals as the sponsor. Tom Mix himself had little to do with it, other than to draw royalties for the use of his name. The first actor to play him was Artells Dickson. He was followed by Jack Holden, Russell Thorson, and Joseph "Curley" Bradley. The Tom Mix radio show ended in 1950, a full decade after the star's death.

Tom Mix died on October 12, 1940 some 17 miles south of Florence, Arizona, when he crashed his car into a clump of trees. A roadside memorial was erected at the scene of the wreck: a stack of mortared cobbles topped by a statue of Tony the Wonder Horse with an empty saddle. The horse is a couple of feet high, and tilts its head sadly to the ground, trailing its reins. The plaque reads "Tom Mix, Jan. 6, 1880-Oct. 12, 1940." Mix is buried in Glendale, California.

Sources:
CowboyDirectory.com

Further Reading:
Birchard, Robert S. King Cowboy: Tom Mix and the Movies. October 1993.
Woytowich, Andy. Tom Mix Highlights. May 1989.
Mix, Paul E. Tom Mix: A Heavily Illustrated Biography of the Western Star, With a Filmography. February 1995.
Norris, Merle G. Tom Mix Book. December 1989.

Scope & Content Note  

Fourteen archival binder boxes store the estimated 1,293 images in this collection. A brief inventory for each photograph is located below. Some images are film stills or copy photographs of posters, for which are identified by film name only. Those images which did not include a published name of the film represented but had a hand-written note of the film, this information is represented in brackets. Some images had brief newspaper clippings or notes written or typed on the reverse side; these included when possible.

Series 1: William S. Hart:
Box 1, photographs and film stills. The first box includes a typewritten list of William S. Hart films.
Series 2: Ken Maynard:
Boxes 2-3, photographs and film stills. The first box includes a folder containing related ephemera.
Series 3: Hoot Gibson:
Boxes 4-5, photographs and film stills. The first box includes a folder containing related ephemera.
Series 4: Buck Jones:
Boxes 6-7, photographs and film stills. The first box includes a folder containing related ephemera.
Series 5: Tim McCoy:
Box 8, photographs and film stills. The first box includes a typewritten list of Tim McCoy films.
Series 6: Tom Mix:
Boxes 9-11, photographs and film stills. The first box includes a folder containing related ephemera.
Series 7: Miscellaneous, A-H:
Box 12, photographs and film stills. Includes a folder containing related ephemera.
Series 7: Miscellaneous, H-W:
Box 13, photographs and film stills.
Series 8: Post Cards, Prints, Arcade Cards:
Box 14, post cards, prints, and arcade cards of numerous western actors and actresses.

Subject Terms  

Personal Names:
Allen, Mark
Gibson, Hoot, 1892-1962
Hart, William S. (William Surrey), 1864-1946
Jones, Buck, 1891-1942
Maynard, Ken, 1895-1973
McCoy, Tim, 1891-1978
Mix, Tom, 1880-1940

Subject Headings:
Actors and actresses
Arcade cards
Cowboys
Film stills
Photographs
Silent films
Western films

Processing Information  

Processing of the collection was completed shortly after it was received. It was promptly rehoused in archival binders. The finding aid was created and posted online October 7, 2009, by archivist/librarian Laura Anne Heller. None of the images from this collection are in the Image Archive Database yet, although some of the same film stills may be in the Glenn D. Shirley Western Americana Collection, which have been added to the Image Archive Database.

Ownership & Literary Rights  

The Mark Allen Collection is the property of the Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Literary right, including copyright, belongs to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, with the exception of copyrighted artwork images and published literary works, which are the property of the respective copyright holders. It is the responsibility of the researcher, and his/her publisher, to obtain publishing permission from individuals pictured, relevant copyright holders, and the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum.

Restrictions on Access  

The collection is open for research. It is advisable for researchers to discuss their proposed research with staff prior to visiting the Center.

Preferred Citation  

Mark Allen Collection, Box ##, Folder ##, Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Container List  

Series 1: Box 001 of 014: Films of William S. Hart. # 1999.023.0001-.0082, .0969-.0970
Accession # Description
Loose Typewritten list Films of William S. Hart. Marked with pencil and pen.
.0001 The Passing of Two-Gun Hicks.
.0002 The Bargain.
.0003 On the Night Stage.
.0004 Mr. ‘Silent’ Haskins.
.0005 The Scourge of the Desert.
.0006 The Sheriff’s Streak of Yellow.
.0007 The Taking of Luke McVane.
.0008 [Darkening Trail.] Film still.
.0009 The Darkening Trail.
.0010 The Ruse.
.0011 Cash Parrish’s Pal.
.0012 Rarin’ To Go.
.0013 [Conversion of Frosty Blake.] Film still.
.0014 A Knight of the Trail.
.0015 [Tools of Providence.] Film still.
.0016 [Keno Bates, Liar (Last Card).] Film still.
.0017 “Pinto” Ben.
.0018 The Disciple.
.0019 Between Men.
.0020 [Every Inch a Man.] Film still.
.0021 [Every Inch a Man.] Film still.
.0022 Every Inch a Man.
.0023 The Patriot.
.0024 The Last of the Stage Coach Bandits.
.0025 On the Night Stage.
.0026 Hell’s Hinges.
.0027 The Black Lie.
.0028 The Aryan.
.0029 The Primal Lure.
.0030 [Captive God.] Film still.
.0031 The Apostle of Vengeance.
.0032 [The Apostle of Vengeance.] Film still.
.0033 The Dawn Maker.
.0034 [The Return of Draw Egan.] Film still.
.0035 The Soul of Hate.
.0036 [The Devil’s Double.] Film still.
.0037 The Devil’s Double.
.0038 Truthful Tulliver.
.0039 The Shootin’ Gambler.
.0040 The Square Deal Man.
.0969 [Gunfighter.] Film still.
.0970 The Man Killer.
.0041 The Square Deal Man.
.0042 The Desert Man.
.0043 The Desert Man.
.0044 [The Desert Man.] Film still.
.0045 Wolf Lowry.
.0046 The Cold Deck.
.0047 The Silent Man.
.0048 [The Silent Man.] Film still.
.0049 The Roughneck. [Gentleman from Blue Gulch.] Film still.
.0050 The Narrow Trail.
.0051 Wolves of the Rail.
.0052 Blue Blazes Rawden.
.0053 The Tiger Man.
.0054 The Tiger Man.
.0055 Tumbleweeds.
.0056 Selfish Yates.
.0057 Shark Monroe.
.0058 Riddle Gawne.
.0059 [The Border Wireless.] Film still.
.0060 The Border Wireless.
.0061 The Border Wireless.
.0062 [Branding Broadway.] Film still.
.0063 Breed of Men.
.0064 The Money Corral.
.0065 The Money Corral.
.0066 Square Deal Sanderson.
.0067 Wagon Tracks.
.0068 [Wagon Tracks.] Film still.
.0069 John Petticoats.
.0070 Sand!
.0071 The Toll Gate.
.0072 The Testing Block.
.0073 O’Malley of the Mounted.
.0074 [The Cradle of Courage.] Film still.
.0075 The Cradle of Courage.
.0076 White Oak.
.0077 Three Word Brand.
.0078 The Whistle.
.0079 The Whistle.
.0080 Travelin’ On.
.0081 Wild Bill Hickok.
.0082 Singer Jim McKee.
Series 2: Box 002 of 014: Ken Maynard, 1999.023.0083-.0161
Accession # Description
Folder: Typewritten list “Films of Ken Maynard.”
Large envelope of newspaper articles.
Ken Maynard “when he won the gold medal as champion trick rider of the world in the World’ Championship Cowboy Test in Chicago in 1920.” n.d. Newspaper clipping.
Two red print photographs of Ken Maynard. n.d. Newspaper clippings.
Satcher, Clay. “Ken Maynard with the Wonder Horse ‘Tarzan.’ A Tribute by Clay Satcher.” n.d. Photocopy.
Katchmer, George A. “Ken Maynard: Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde?” Classic Images, No. 102. p. 49-51. n.d. Newspaper clipping.
“$50,00 Reward (1924)” Movie Review. n.d. Newspaper clipping.
DeMarco, Mario. “The Ken Maynard Story.” Movie & Film Collector’s World. July 13, 1984. Newspaper clipping.
De Marco, Mario. “Ken Maynard ‘The Fiddlin' Bucharoo.’” Cartoon. Movie & Film Collector’s World, July 13, 1984. Newspaper clipping.
Certificate of Death: Kenneth Olin Maynard.
Certificate of Death: Kermit Roosevelt Maynard.
.0083 [Ken Maynard around 1931.]
.0084 Drum Taps.
.0085 [Phantom Thunderbolt.]
.0086 The Lone Avenger.
.0087 King of the Arena.
.0088 [King of the Arena.]
.0089 The Fiddlin’ Buckaroo.
.0090 The Trail Drive.
.0091 Strawberry Roan.
.0092 Gun Justice.
.0093 Wheels of Destiny.
.0094 Honor of the Range.
.0095 Smoking Guns.
.0096 Ken Maynard. Color publicity photograph.
.0097 In Old Santa Fe.
.0098 [Mystery Mountain.]
.0099 Mystery Mountain.
.0100 Western Frontier.
.0101 Heir to Trouble.
.0102 Western Courage.
.0103 Lawless Riders.
.0104 [Ken Maynard in Lawless Riders.] Film still.
.0105 The Cattle Thief.
.0106 Heroes of the Range.
.0107 Avenging Waters.
.0108 [Ken Maynard in Avenging Waters.] Film still.
.0109 Fugitive Sheriff.
.0110 Boots of Destiny.
.0111 Trailing Trouble.
.0112 Whirlwind Horseman.
.0113 Six-Shootin’ Sheriff.
.0114 Flaming Lead.
.0115 [Flaming Lead.] Film still.
.0116 Death Rides the Range.
.0117 Phantom Rancher.
.0118 Lightning Strikes West.
.0119 Wild Horse Stampede.
.0120 Wild Horse Stampede.
.0121 Ken Maynard.
.0122 The Law Rides Again.
.0123 [The Law Rides Again.] Film still.
.0124 The Law Rides Again.
.0125 Blazing Guns.
.0126 Blazing Guns.
.0127 Blazing Guns.
.0128 Death Valley Rangers.
.0129 Death Valley Rangers.
.0130 Death Valley Rangers.
.0131 Westward Bound.
.0132 Arizona Whirlwind.
.0133 White Stallion.
.0134 [Big Foot.] Film still.
.0135 Photograph of Ken Maynard during a film. Film unidentified. No date.
.0136 Photograph of Ken Maynard during a film. Film unidentified. No date.
.0137 Photograph of Ken Maynard during a film. Film unidentified. No date.
.0138 Ken Maynard on a rearing horse.
.0139 Ken Maynard.
.0140 Ken Maynard on a horse, trick riding.
.0141 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Maynard with Taryan & ____ after a morning canter in Hollymond Hills. Ken is under contract to Tiffany & now making “Alias, Bad Man.” Stamped Nancy Smith. Stamped R.R. Stuart.
.0142 Ken Maynard in a plane named after him.
.0143 Ken Maynard. Memphis Bureau. ACME Newspictures. March 17th, 1938. Photo by Rudolph Vetter.
.0144 Ken Maynard. Photograph used in newspaper article which is taped to reverse side of the photograph.
.0145 Ken Maynard. Columbia Contract Player.
.0146 Ken Maynard. Columbia Contract Player.
.0147 Ken Maynard shaking hands with another man.
.0148 Ken Maynard in a coat.
.0149 Ken Maynard, Mutual Broadcasting System. Note: “Marilyn – Give this to Eddie for me – Thanks Doll. Happy Trails Eddie Pal – Always Ken Maynard.”
.0150 Ken Maynard.
.0151 “Ken/Keene/Rex Lease/Steele/Hoot/Broncho Billy/Big Boy Williams”
.0152 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Maynard.
.0153 Ken Maynard with two men.
.0154 Ken Maynard and two men, wearing hats.
.0155 Ken Maynard and woman, both smiling.
.0156 Ken Maynard and woman, both waving.
.0157 Ken Maynard and friend. “Foto: Janus Barf oed 1968”
.0158 Ken Maynard and friend.
.0159 Ken Maynard.
.0160 Ken Maynard and friend in a room full of posters.
.0161 Ken Maynard with pistol in caves. Film still.
Series 2: Box 003 of 014: Ken Maynard, 1999.023.0162-.0242
Accession # Description
.0162 Ken Maynard, headshot.
.0163 Two photos of Ken Maynard, trick riding.
.0164 Two photos of Ken Maynard, trick riding.
.0165 Ken Maynard, headshot.
.0166 Cowboy Jass.
.0167 Ken Maynard and horse. Film Still. United Artists Corp., 1958.
.0168 Ken Maynard.
.0169 Ken Maynard and handgun.
.0170 “Before action. Ken Maynard, Universal star, and George Gillespie, the Arizona “singing cowboy,” who has a part in “The Wagonmaster,” Maynard’s first special western under his new contract. Harry C. Brown directed.” 1929.
.0171 “Ken Maynard and wife Bertha”
.0172 “Winning a Woman.”
.0173 $50,000 Reward.
.0174 Fighting Courage.
.0175 The Demon Rider.
.0176 The Haunted Range. Film still.
.0177 The Haunted Range.
.0178 The Grey Vulture.
.0179 The Range Fighter.
.0180 The Range Fighter, episode 2: Trapped.
.0181 North Star. Film still. “Stuart Holmes, Strongheart, Paul Powell, Virginia Lee Corbin, Kenneth Maynard, Mrs. Mary Leeper Maynard, Monty Banks.”
.0182 North Star.
.0183 Senor Daredevil.
.0184 The Unknown Cavalier.
.0185 The Overland Stage.
.0186 Somewhere in Sonora.
.0187 The Land Beyond the Law.
.0188 The Land Beyond the Law.
.0189 [The Land Beyond the Law.] Film still.
.0190 [Devil’s Saddle.] Film still.
.0191 [Red Raiders.] Film still.
.0192 The Red Raiders.
.0193 Gun Gospel.
.0194 The Wagon Show.
.0195 [Canyon of Adventure.] Film still.
.0196 [Canyon of Adventure.] Film still.
.0197 Canyon of Adventure.
.0198 [Canyon of Adventure.] Film still.
.0199 [Upland Rider.] Film still.
.0200 Code of the Scarlet.
.0201 Tombstone Canyon.
.0202 Code of the Scarlet.
.0203 The Glorious Trail.
.0204 The Phantom City.
.0205 The Phantom City.
.0206 [Phantom City.] Film still.
.0207 Cheyenne.
.0208 A’ Redea Solta. (Cheyenne.)
.0209 [Lawless Legion.] Film still.
.0210 California Mail.
.0211 California Mail.
.0212 The Royal Rider.
.0213 The Wagon Master.
.0214 [Wagon Master.] Film still.
.0215 [Senor Americano.] Film still.
.0216 Senor Americano.
.0217 [Senor Americano.] Film still.
.0218 Parade of the West.
.0219 Lucky Larkin.
.0220 Lucky Larkin.
.0221 The Fighting Legion.
.0222 The Fighting Legion.
.0223 [Mountain Justice.] Film still.
.0224 Mountain Justice.
.0225 [Song of the Caballero.] Film still.
.0226 Sons of the Saddle.
.0227 Fighting Thru.
.0228 The Two Gun Man.
.0229 Alias the Bad Man.
.0230 The Arizona Terror.
.0231 Range Law.
.0232 [Branded Men.] Film still.
.0233 [Pocatello Kid.] Film still.
.0234 [Sunset Trail.] Film still.
.0235 Texas Gun Fighter.
.0236 Whistlin’ Dan.
.0237 Hell Fire Austin.
.0238 [Dynamite Ranch.] Film still.
.0239 Come On, Tarzan.
.0240 Between Fighting Men.
.0241 Fargo Express.
.0242 The Upland Rider.
Series 3: Box 004 of 014: Hoot Gibson, 1999.023.0243-.0320
Accession # Description
Folder: Typewritten list of “Films of Hoot Gibson.”
Hoot Gibson. Clipping of portrait. n.d.
DeMarco, Mario. Caricature of Hoot Gibson. Photocopy. n.d.
Spurs. Theatre program.
“Hoot Gibson.” Clipping of photograph of artwork by Fauneil Dunn. n.d.
“An Index to The Films of Hoot Gibson.” R.E. Braff. Classic Images, No. 190. April 1991. Newspaper clipping.
.0243 [Knights of the Range. 2/3/16] Film still.
.0244 [Cheyenne’s Pal.] Film still.
.0245 [Fighting Fury. 1920] Film still.
.0246 Unidentified film still.
.0247 [Pair of Twins.]
.0248 The Fighting Brothers.
.0249 The Woman in the Web. “Hoot Gibson (left) and Frank Ford (center).”
.0250 [Action.] Film still.
.0251 [Fighting Brothers.] Film still.
.0252 The Gentleman from America.
.0253 The Sheriff’s Oath.
.0254 Action.
.0255 Sure Fire.
.0256 Sure Fire.
.0257 Sure Fire.
.0258 [Red Courage.] Film still.
.0259 The Fire Eater.
.0260 [Headin’ West.] Film still.
.0261 Headin’ West.
.0262 Runnin’ Straight.
.0263 The Bear Cat.
.0264 [Step On It.] Film still.
.0265 Trimmed.
.0266 [Loaded Door.] Film still.
.0267 Loaded Door.
.0268 The Galloping Kid.
.0269 The Lone Hand.
.0270 Ridin’ Wild.
.0271 Ridin’ Wild.
.0272 [Kindled Courage.] Film still.
.0273 Dead Game.
.0274 Double Dealing.
.0275 [Shootin’ for Love.] Film still.
.0276 [Blinky.] Film still.
.0277 Blinky.
.0278 [Single Handed.] Film still.
.0279 Single Handed.
.0280 [Ramblin’ Kid.] Film still.
.0281 The Thrill Chaser.
.0282 [Hook & Ladder.] Film still.
.0283 [Hook & Ladder.] Film still.
.0284 Ride for Your Life.
.0285 40 Horse Hawkins.
.0286 [Broadway or Bust.] Film still.
.0287 [Broadway or Bust.] Film still.
.0288 [Broadway or Bust.] Film still.
.0289 “This may be “Bucking Broadway” or “Society Cowboy.” Is woman Gertrude Astor.”
.0290 The Sawdust Trail.
.0291 Hit and Run.
.0292 The Ridin’ Kid from Powder River.
.0293 [Hurricane Kid.] Film still.
.0294 Let ‘er Buck.
.0295 [Taming of the West.] Film still.
.0296 The Saddle Hawk.
.0297 Spook Ranch.
.0298 [Spook Ranch.] Film still.
.0299 Spook Ranch.
.0300 Out of Luck.
.0301 The Calgary Stampede.
.0302 Painted Ponies.
.0303 The Calgary Stampede.
.0304 Arizona Sweepstakes.
.0305 Chip of the Flying U.
.0306 [Phantom Bullet.] Film still.
.0307 Man in the Saddle.
.0308 [Flaming Frontier.] Film still.
.0309 Flaming Frontier.
.0310 Flaming Frontier.
.0311 The Texas Streak.
.0312 The Texas Streak.
.0313 [Texas Streak.] Film still.
.0314 The Buckaroo Kid.
.0315 The Silent Rider.
.0316 [Denver Dide.] Film still.
.0317 The Denver Dude.
.0318 Hey! Hey! Cowboy.
.0319 The Prairie King.
.0320 A Hero on Horseback.
Series 3: Box 005 of 014: Hoot Gibson, 1999.023.0321-.0397
Accession # Description
.0321 Galloping Fury.
.0322 The Rawhide Kid.
.0323 The Rawhide Kid.
.0324 The Rawhide Kid.
.0325 A Trick of Hearts.
.0326 [Flying Cowboy.] Film still.
.0327 [Wild West Show.] Film still.
.0328 The Wild West Show.
.0329 [Riding for Fame.] Film still.
.0330 Riding for Fame.
.0331 [Clearing the Trail.] Film still.
.0332 The Danger Rider.
.0333 King of the Rodeo.
.0334 [Smiling Guns.] Film still.
.0335 [Smiling Guns.] Film still.
.0336 [Lariat Kid.] Film still.
.0337 “Ray Corrigan, Tex Ritter, Hoot Gibson, Bob Steele (at an ‘Old-Timer’ get-to-gether)”
.0338 [Winged Horseman.] Film still.
.0339 Points West.
.0340 [Burning the Wind.] Film still.
.0341 [Burning the Wind.] Film still.
.0342 [Burning the Wind.] Film still.
.0343 The Long Long Trail.
.0344 Courtin’ Wild Cats.
.0345 [Mounted Stranger.] Film still.
.0346 The Mounted Stranger.
.0347 Trailing Trouble.
.0348 [Roaring Ranch.] Film still.
.0349 Roaring Ranch.
.0350 [Trigger Tricks.] Film still.
.0351 The Concentratin’ Kid.
.0352 [Concentratin’ Kid.] Film still.
.0353 [Spurs.] Film still.
.0354 Spurs.
.0355 [Wild Horse.] Film still.
.0356 Clearing the Ranch.
.0357 Silver Devil.
.0358 The Hard Hombre.
.0359 The Hard Hombre.
.0360 The Gay Buckaroo.
.0361 The Local Bad Man.
.0362 The Spirit of the West.
.0363 The Boiling Point.
.0364 A Man’s Land.
.0365 The Cowboy Counsellor.
.0366 The Dude Bandit.
.0367 The Fighting Parson.
.0368 Sunset Range.
.0369 Rainbow’s End.
.0370 Powdersmoke Range.
.0371 Powdersmoke Range.
.0372 “Guest – Hoot Gibson, famed cowboy of the silent films, will be a special guest on NBC-TV’s ‘You Bet your Life’ Thursday, Jan. 19 at 8 p.m. on KRCA (4). Waiting for him at the crossroads will be the show’s inimitable quizmaster, Groucho Marx.” NBC photo by Paul Bailey. March 1956.
.0373 Frontier Justice.
.0374 Swifty.
.0375 The Painted Stallion.
.0376 Lucky Terror.
.0377 [Lucky Terror.] Film still.
.0378 Feud of the West.
.0379 The Last Outlaw.
.0380 The Riding Avenger.
.0381 Cavalcade of the West.
.0382 Outlaw Trail.
.0383 Sonora Stagecoach.
.0384 The Utah Kid.
.0385 Marked Trails.
.0386 Trigger Law.
.0387 The Marshal’s Daughter.
.0388 “Hoot Gibson -- Hoot Gibson, Universal western star, in straight photographic study.”
.0389 “Hoot.” Mario A. DeMarco, Photographer.
.0390 Hoot Gibson.
.0391 Hoot Gibson and actress. Mario A. DeMarco, Photographer.
.0392 Hoot Gibson. Mario A. DeMarco, Photographer.
.0393 Hoot Gibson. Janus Bardoed, Photographer.
.0394 Hoot Gibson. Mario A. DeMarco, Photographer.
.0395 “Hoot Gibson and famed animal trainer Clyde Beatty stand in front of 1937 Studebaker, with two more Studys 1938 and 1939 behind them.” Roy George & Assoc.
.0396 “A Tip From An Old Timer…. Robert Taylor, playing a hard-riding, straight-shooting Western hero in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s ‘Ambush,’ gets a tip on fancy gunwork from Hoot Gibson, famed Western star of early day Hollywood. Hoot paid a surprise visit to Taylor during the filming on a vast outdoor location in Southern California.”
.0397 Hoot Gibson and Harold Lloyd. Candid.
Series 4: Box 006 of 014: Buck Jones, 1999.023.0398-.0479, .1499
Accession # Description
Folder: Typewritten list “Films of Buck Jones.”
“Buck Jones, Star in Fox Productions, 57.” Small card.
Buck Jones on a white horse. 3.5 x 4 in. b&w photograph. Photographer unknown. n.d.
“Seen: a young Maxine Jones, labeled in the magazine as ‘the hard-riding daughter of Buck Jones.’” Newspaper clipping. n.d.
Letter from “Harry Jenkins, LT. Col. USAF-Retied. Former theater Pianist, Organist, and Projectionist. One who played for many Buck Jones westerns.” Newspaper clipping. n.d.
.0398 The Last Straw.
.0399 The Last Straw.
.0400 [Last Straw.] Film still.
.0401 Forbidden Trails.
.0402 Forbidden Trails.
.0403 Square Shooter.
.0404 Firebrand Trevison.
.0405 Sunset Sprague.
.0406 [Sunset Sprague.] Film still.
.0407 Just Pals.
.0408 Two Moons.
.0409 The Big Punch.
.0410 The One Man Trail.
.0411 [Get your Man.] Film still.
.0412 Get Your Man.
.0413 Straight from the Shoulder.
.0414 To a Finish.
.0415 Bar Nothin’.
.0416 [Bar Nothin’.] Film still.
.0417 Riding With Death.
.0418 Pardon My Nerve!
.0419 Western Speed.
.0420 Rough Shod.
.0421 Trooper O’Neil.
.0422 West of Chicago.
.0423 The Fast Mail.
.0424 [Fast Mail.] Film still.
.0425 Bells in San Juan.
.0426 Boss of Camp 4.
.0427 The Footlight Ranger.
.0428 Snowdrift.
.0429 Skid Proof.
.0430 The Eleventh Hour.
.0431 Second Hand Love.
.0432 Hell’s Hole.
.0433 Big Dan.
.0434 Cupid’s Fireman.
.0435 [Cupid’s Fireman.] Film still.
.0436 Not a Drum Was Heard.
.0437 Not a Drum Was Heard.
.0438 [Buck Jones.] Film still.
.0439 The Vagabond Trail.
.0440 The Circus Cowboy.
.0441 Western Luck.
.0442 Against All Odds.
.0443 The Desert Outlaw.
.0444 The Desert Outlaw.
.0445 The Man Who Played Square.
.0446 Winner Take All.
.0447 The Arizona Romeo.
.0448 The Trail Rider.
.0449 Gold and the Girl.
.0450 Hearts and Spurs.
.0451 [Hearts and Spurs.] Film still.
.0452 The Timber Wolf.
.0453 Lazybones.
.0454 Durand of the Bad Lands.
.0455 The Desert’s Price.
.0456 The Cowboy and the Countess.
.0457 The Fighting Buckaroo.
.0458 A Man Four-Square.
.0459 The Gentle Cyclone.
.0459A The Gentle Cyclone.
.0460 The Flying Horseman.
.0461 The Flying Horseman.
.0462 30 Below Zero.
.0463 Desert Valley.
.0464 The War Horse.
.0465 The War Horse.
.0466 Whispering Sage.
.0467 Hills of Peril.
.0468 Good As Gold.
.1499 Hills of Peril.
.0469 Good As Gold.
.0470 Chain Lightning.
.0471 Black Jack.
.0472 Black Jack.
.0473 Blood Will Tell.
.0474 Blood Will Tell.
.0475 Blood Will Tell.
.0476 The Branded Sombrero.
.0477 The Branded Sombrero.
.0478 The Big Hop.
.0479 The Big Hop.
Series 4: Box 007 of 014: Buck Jones, 1999.023.0482-.0564
Accession # Description
.0482 Buck Jones.
.0483 “Spanky – Darro – Dickie Moore – David Holt – Batholomew” Photographer, L. Imber. n.d.
.0484 The Lone Rider.
.0485 Shadow Ranch.
.0486 Men Without Law.
.0487 The Dawn Trail.
.0488 Desert Vengeance.
.0489 The Avenger.
.0490 [Texas Ranger.] Film still.
.0491 The Texas Ranger.
.0492 The Fighting Sheriff.
.0493 [Fighting Sheriff.] Film still.
.0494 Branded.
.0495 Border Law.
.0496 [Range Feud.] Film still.
.0497 The Range Feud.
.0498 The Dead Line.
.0499 The Dead Line.
.0500 Ridin’ for Justice.
.0501 [Riding for Justice.] Film still.
.0502 One Man Law.
.0503 High Speed.
.0504 South of the Rio Grande.
.0505 Hello Trouble.
.0506 McKenna of the Mounted.
.0507 White Eagle.
.0508 Forbidden Trail.
.0509 Sundown Rider.
.0510 Treason.
.0511 The California Trail.
.0512 Unknown Valley.
.0513 The Thrill Hunter.
.0514 Child of Manhattan.
.0515 [Child of Manhattan.] Film still.
.0516 Boss of Lonely Valley.
.0517 [Gordon of Ghost City.] Film still.
.0518 Gordon of Ghost City.
.0519 The Fighting Ranger.
.0520 The Fighting Code.
.0521 The Main Trailer.
.0522 Rocky Rhodes.
.0523 When A Man Sees Red.
.0524 The Red Rider.
.0525 The Roaring West.
.0526 The Crimson Trail.
.0527 Stone of Silver Creek.
.0528A Stone of Silver Creek.
.0528B Stone of Silver Creek.
.0529 Outlawed Guns.
.0530 Border Brigades.
.0531 The Throwback.
.0532 The Worry-Handled Gun.
.0533 Sunset of Power.
.0534 Silver Spurs.
.0534A For the Service.
.0535 The Cowboy and the Kid.
.0536 The Phantom Rider.
.0537 Ride ‘Em Cowboy.
.0538 The Boss Rider of Gun Creek.
.0539 Empty Saddles.
.0540 Sandflow.
.0541 Left Handed Law.
.0542 Smoke Tree Range.
.0543 Black Aces.
.0544 Law for Tombstone.
.0545 Headin’ East.
.0546 Sudden Bill Dorn.
.0547 Hollywood Roundup.
.0548 California Frontier.
.0549 The Overland Express.
.0550 Law of the Texan.
.0551 The Stranger from Arizona.
.0552 Unmarried.
.0553 Wagons Westward.
.0554 Riders of Death Valley.
.0555 White Eagle.
.0556 The Rough Riders in Arizona Bound.
.0557 The Rough Riders in Forbidden Trails.
.0558 The Rough Riders in The Gunman from Bodie.
.0559 The Rough Riders in Below the Border.
.0560 The Rough Riders in Ghost Town Law.
.0561 The Rough Riders in Down Texas Way.
.0562 The Rough Riders in Riders of the West.
.0563 The Rough Riders in West of the Law.
.0564 Dawn of the Great Divide.
Series 5: Box 008 of 014: Tim McCoy, 1999.023.0565-.0643, .1500-.1503
Accession # Description
Loose: Typewritten list “Films of Tim McCoy.”
.0565 [War Paint.] Film still.
.0566 [Winners of the Wilderness.] Film still.
.0567 California.
.0568 [Frontiersman.] Film still.
.0569 Foreign Devils.
.1500 [Adventurer.] Film still.
.0570 [Spoilers of the West.] Film still.
.0571 [Wyoming.] Film still.
.0572 The Law of the Range.
.0573 [Riders of the Dark.] Film still.
.0574 Beyond the Sierras.
.0575 The Bushranger.
.0576 Morgan’s Last Stand.
.0577 [Sioux Blood.] Film still.
.0578 The Overland Telegraph.
.0579 [Desert Rider.] Film still.
.0580 The Indians are Coming.
.0581 [The Indians are Coming.] Film still.
.0582 [The Indians are Coming.] Film still.
.0583 [The Indians are Coming.] Film still.
.0584 Heroes of the Flames.
.0585 One Way Trail.
.0586 Shotgun Pass.
.1501 The Fighting Marshall.
.0587 The Fighting Fool.
.0588 Texas Cyclone.
.0589 Daring Danger.
.0590 The Riding Tornado.
.0591 Two Fisted Law.
.0592 Cornered.
.0593 The Western Code.
.0594 Fighting for Justice.
.0595 End of the Trail.
.0596 Man of Action.
.0597 Silent Men.
.0598 The Whirlwind.
.0599 Rusty Rides Alone.
.0600 Police Car 17.
.0601 [Hold That Press.] Film still.
.0602 [Straightaway.] Film still.
.0603 [Speed Wings.] Film still.
.0604 Voice in the Night.
.0605 [Hell Bent for Love.] Film still.
.0606 A Man’s Game.
.0607 [Beyond the Law.] Film still.
.0608 The Prescott Kid.
.0609 The Westerner.
.0610 Square Shooter.
.0611 Law Beyond the Range.
.0612 The Revenge Rider.
.0613 Fighting Shadows.
.0614 Justice of the Range.
.0615 Riding Wild.
.0616 The Outlaw Deputy.
.0617 The Man from Guntown.
.0618 Bulldog Courage.
.0619 Roarin’ Guns.
.0620 Border Caballero.
.0621 Border Caballero.
.0622 Lightnin’ Bill Carson.
.0623 Aces and Eights.
.0624 The Lion’s Den.
.0625 The Traitor.
.1502 Ghost Patrol.
.0626 Code of the Rangers.
.1503 West of Rainbow’s End.
.0627 Two Gun Justice.
.0628 Phantom Ranger.
.0629 Lightning Carson Rides Again.
.0630 Six Gun Trail.
.0631 Code of the Cactus.
.0632 Texas Wildcats.
.0633 Outlaw’s Paradise.
.0634 Trigger Fingers.
.0635 The Fighting Renegade.
.0636 Straight Shooter.
.0637 Texas Renegades.
.0638 Frontier Crusader.
.0639 Gun Code.
.0640 Arizona Gang Busters.
.0641 Riders of Black Mountain.
.0642 Outlaws of the Rio Grande.
.0643 The Texas Marshall.
Series 6: Box 009 of 014: Tom Mix, 1999.023.0644-.0740
Accession # Description
Folder: Typewritten list “Films of Tom Mix.”
Tom Mix in The Yankee Senor. Color photograph, 3.25 x 4.25 in. [1]
Riders of Death Valley. Film still, b&w, 8 x 10 in. Not numbered. [1]
Texas Badman. Film still, b&w, 8 x 10 in. Not numbered. [1]
Tom Mix. Publicity photograph, b&w, 8 x 10 in. Not numbered. [1]
Unidentified film still, red tint, 8 x 10 in. [1]
Tom Mix, 1939, Photograph, b&w, 8 x 10 in. [1]
Tom Mix with Ruth, Photograph, b&w, 8 x 10 in. [1]
“Governor Miles of New Mexico and Tom Mix – Leading a Parade – Fair week. Lordsburg, New Mexico. Picture taken day before Tom Mix was killed.” Written on back: “Tome Mix, Last Horseback Ride.” Photograph, b&w, 3.5 x 5 in. [1]
Tom Mix. Photograph, color, 3.5 x 5 in. [1]
“At the Mix Festival Banquet, left to right: Reg Wheatley, Mix collector from London England; Slim Binkley, Mix personal valet; Tom Morgan, Mix look-alike; Dick Seiverling, Festival originator and chairman; Ted and Ruth Reinhart, who entertained; Paul Mix, author and Tom’s cousin; Gordon Hill 2nd, great-grandson of Tom Mix; Gordon Hill, grandson of Tom Mix; Bill Uhler, projectionist and Maynard buff; Myself.” Photograph, color, 3 x 6 in. [1]
Tom Mix with his Circus, 1930s. Photograph, b&w, 3.5 x 5 in. [1]
“The Lark of the Month.” Newspaper clipping. From Photoplay Magazine, September 1926. [1]
“Tom Mix in Destry Rides Again.” United Artists Theatre announcement. Newspaper clipping. June 7, 1932. [1]
Photo of Tom Mix in The Best Bad Men. Newspaper clipping. [1]
Photo of Tom Mix in Chip of the Flying U. Newspaper clipping. [1]
“Tom Mix and Tony. The Rider of Death Valley.” Newspaper clipping. [1]
“Destry Rides Again.” Newspaper clipping. [1]
“Terror Trail.” Newspaper clipping. [1]
“Fighting for Gold.” Magazine clipping. [1]
Tom Mix. Adhesive stamp. [1]
“The Fight at Quarter Circle W ranch as told by The Old Wrangler.” Photo on reverse side: “This picture shows the inside of Quarter Circle W Ranch House with Tom and Tony ready to ride out after Two Gun. In the background you can see Miss Mary, the hired hand and me. I had my guns out coverin’ Two Gun from the window.” Photocopy. [1]
“How Tom Mix Trapped The Stage Coach Bandits as told by The Old Wrangler.” Image of Tom Mix on reverse side, no caption. Photocopy. [1]
“Capturing Outlaws in the Bad Lands as told by The Old Wrangler.” Photo on reverse side: “This picture shows Tom ridin’ through the Bad Lands on Tony.” Photocopy. [1]
“How Tony – Tom’s Wonder Horse, Saved Tom’s Life as told by The Old Wrangler.” Photo on reverse side: “This is a picture of Tom and Tony, his Wonder Horse.” Photocopy. [1]
“Why Tom Calls Ralston The Straight Shooters’ Cereal as told by The Old Wrangler.” Photo on reverse side: Tome mix with boy eating cereal and smiling. Photocopy. [1]
“Here’s Tom Mix in Indian costume in 1932, posing with members of the India Olympic team at the famous Breakfast Club.” Newspaper clipping.
.0644 Tom Mix.
.0645 [Back to the Primitive.] Film still.
.0646 An Apache’s Gratitude.
.0647 The Adventures of Tom Mix.
.0648 The Adventures of Tom Mix.
.0649 Chip of the Flying U.
.0650 Chip of the Flying U.
.0651 [Chip of the Flying U.] Film still.
.0652 Sky-High.
.0653 Chip of the Flying U.
.0654 [Chip of the Flying U.] Film still.
.0655 The Sheriff and the Rustler.
.0656 Juggling with Fate.
.0657 [Man from the East.] Film still.
.0658 [Making Good.] Film still.
.0659 The Escape of Jim Dolan.
.0660 Religion and Gun Practice.
.0661 Going West to Make Good.
.0662 The Wagon Trail.
.0663 [Days of Thundering Herd.] Film still.
.0664 [Days of Thundering Herd.] Film still.
.0665 [Moving Picture Cowboy.] Film still.
.0666 [Wilderness Mail.] Film still.
.0667 Etienne of the Glad Heart.
.0668 Cactus Jim’s Shop Girl.
.0669 The Man From Texas.
.0670 A Child of the Prairie.
.0671 Sage-Brush Tom.
.0672 Ma’s Girls.
.0673 The Foreman of Bar Z.
.0674 Pals in Blue.
.0675 Pals in Blue.
.0676 The Stage Coach Driver.
.0677 The Golden Thought.
.0678 Along the Border.
.0679 The Taming of Grouchy Bill.
.0680 [Weary Goes a Wooing.] Film still.
.0681 Roping a Bride.
.0682 Shooting Up the Movies.
.0683 [Local Color.] Film still.
.0684 Twisted Trails.
.0685 The Man Within.
.0686 [Roman Cowboy.] Film still.
.0687 Tom & Jerry Mix.
.0688 [Six Shooter Andy.] Film still.
.0689 [Six Shooter Andy.] Film still.
.0690 [Mr. Logan USA.] Film still.
.0691 Mr. Logan USA.
.0692 Cupid’s Round Up.
.0693 [Western Blood.] Film still.
.0694 Western Blood.
.0695 [Ace High.] Film still.
.0696 Fame and Fortune.
.0697 Treat ‘em Rough.
.0698 [Treat ‘em Rough. 1918.] Film still.
.0699 [Hell-Roarin’ Reform.] Film still.
.0700 Tom Mix.
.0701 Hearts and Saddles.
.0702 Fighting for Gold.
.0703 [Fighting for Gold. 1919.] Film still.
.0704 The Coming of the Law.
.0705 [Coming of the Law.] Film still.
.0706 [Wilderness Trail.] Film still.
.0707 Rough Riding Romance.
.0708 The Speed Maniac.
.0709 [Speed Maniac.] Film still.
.0710 [Feud.] Film still.
.0711 Trailin’.
.0712 The Cyclone.
.0713 [The Cyclone.] Film still.
.0714 [Daredevil.] Film still.
.0715 [Desert Love.] Film still.
.0716 [Terror.] Film still.
.0717 [3 Gold Coins.] Film still.
.0718 The Untamed.
.0719 The Untamed.
.0720 [Prairie Trails.] Film still.
.0721 [Prairie Trails.] Film still.
.0722 Tom Mix.
.0723 [Prairie Trails.] Film still.
.0724 The Texan.
.0725 The Texan.
.0726 [The Texan.] Film still.
.0727 The Road Demon.
.0728 The Road Demon.
.0729 The Road Demon.
.0730 [Road Demon.] Film still.
.0731 Hands Off!
.0732 [Ridin’ Romeo.] Film still.
.0733 A Ridin’ Romeo.
.0734 A Ridin’ Romeo.
.0735 The Big Town Round Up.
.0736 After Your Own Heart.
.0737 The Night Horsemen.
.0738 The Night Horsemen.
.0739 The Rough Diamond.
.0740 Trailin’.
Series 6: Box 010 of 014: Tom Mix, 1999.023.0741-.0865
Accession # Description
.0741 Sky High.
.0742 Chasing the Moon.
.0743 Chasing the Moon.
.0744 [Up and Going.] Film still.
.0745 Up and Going.
.0746 The Fighting Streak.
.0747 For Big Stakes.
.0748 [Terror Trail.] Film still.
.0749 Just Tony.
.0750 [Just Tony. 1922.} Film still.
.0751 [Do & Dare. 1922.] Film still.
.0752 Do and Dare.
.0753 [Do & Dare. 1922.] Film still.
.0754 [Do & Dare. 1922.] Film still.
.0755 Destry Rides Again.
.0756 {Destry Rides Again.] Film still.
.0757 Arabia.
.0758 Catch My Smoke.
.0759 Catch My Smoke.
.0760 Romance Land.
.0761 Mile-a-Minute Romeo.
.0762 Mile-a-Minute Romeo.
.0763 3 Jumps Ahead.
.0764 3 Jumps Ahead.
.0765 Stepping Fast.
.0766 Stepping Fast.
.0767 Soft Boiled.
.0768 Soft Boiled.
.0769 The Lone Star Ranger.
.0770 The Lone Star Ranger.
.0771 The Trouble Shooter.
.0772 The Trouble Shooter.
.0773 [Trouble Shooter.] Film still.
.0774 [Trouble Shooter.] Film still.
.0775 Eyes of the Forest.
.0776 Eyes of the Forest.
.0777 Teeth.
.0778 [Teeth.] Film still.
.0779 [Teeth.] Film still.
.0780 Ladies to Board.
.0781 North of Hudson Bay.
.0782 North of Hudson Bay.
.0783 [Destry.] Film still.
.0784 Tom Mix. Publicity photograph.
.0785 The Heart Buster.
.0786 The Last of the Duanes.
.0787 [Last of the Duanes.] Film still.
.0788 [Last of the Duanes.] Film still.
.0789 Oh, You Tony!
.0790 Oh, You Tony!
.0791 Oh, You Tony!
.0792 Oh, You Tony!
.0793 The Deadwood Coach.
.0794 Dick Turpin.
.0795 [Dick Turpin.] Film still.
.0796 Dick Turpin.
.0797 Riders of the Purple Sage.
.0798 The Rainbow Trail.
.0799 The Rainbow Trail.
.0800 Lucky Horseshoe.
.0801 The Everlasting Whisper.
.0802 The Everlasting Whisper.
.0803 [Best Bad Man.] Film still.
.0804 The Best Bad Man.
.0805 Unidentified film still
.0806 Unidentified film still.
.0807 The Yankee Senor.
.0808 The Yankee Senor.
.0809 My Own Pal.
.0810 My Own Pal.
.0811 [My Own Pal.] Film still.
.0812 Tony Runs Wild.
.0813 Tony Runs Wild.
.0814 No Man’s Gold.
.0815 [Hard Boiled.] Film still.
.0816 Hard Boiled.
.0817 [Hard Boiled.] Film still.
.0818 The Great K&A Train Robbery.
.0819 The Great K&A Train Robbery.
.0820 The Canyon of Light.
.0821 The Canyon of Light.
.0822 The Last Trail.
.0823 The Last Trail.
.0824 The Broncho Twister.
.0825 Outlaws of Red River.
.0826 Outlaws of Red River.
.0827 The Circus Ace.
.0828 The Circus Ace.
.0829 Tumbling River.
.0830 Tumbling River.
.0831 Silver Valley.
.0832 Daredevil’s Reward.
.0833 Unidentified film still.
.0834 $5,000 Reward.
.0835 Daredevil’s Reward.
.0836 The Arizona Wildcat.
.0837 [Horseman of the Plains.] Film still.
.0838 Horseman of the Plains.
.0839 Horseman of the Plains.
.0840 Hello Cheyenne.
.0841 Hello Cheyenne.
.0842 Painted Post.
.0843 Painted Post.
.0844 Son of the Golden West.
.0845 Son of the Golden West. (film still cut into oval)
.0846 King Cowboy. (film still cut into oval)
.0847 King Cowboy. (film still cut into oval)
.0848 King Cowboy.
.0849 The Drifter.
.0850 Outlawed.
.0851 Outlawed.
.0852 Outlawed.
.0853 Outlawed.
.0854 The Big Diamond Robbery.
.0855 [The Big Diamond Robbery.] Film still.
.0856 Destry Rides Again.
.0857 Destry Rides Again.
.0858 Destry Rides Again.
.0859 Destry Rides Again.
.0860 Destry Rides Again.
.0861 Destry Rides Again.
.0862 Destry Rides Again.
.0863 Destry Rides Again.
.0864 Destry Rides Again.
.0865 Destry Rides Again.
Series 6: Box 011 of 014: Tom Mix, 1999.023.0866-.0970
Accession # Description
.0866 Tom Mix.
.0867 Tom Mix on horseback.
.0868 The Rider of Death Valley.
.0869 Riders of Death Valley.
.0870 Riders of Death Valley.
.0871 [Riders of Death Valley?] Film still.
.0872 [Riders of Death Valley?] Film still.
.0873 [Riders of Death Valley] Film still.
.0874 The Texas Bad Man.
.0875 The Texas Bad Man.
.0876 [The Texas Bad Man.] Film still.
.0877 [The Texas Bad Man.] Film still.
.0878 [The Texas Bad Man.] Film still.
.0879 Pal, The King.
.0880 [Pal, The King.] Film still.
.0881 [Pal, The King.] Film still.
.0882 [Pal, The King.] Film still.
.0883 [Pal, The King.] Film still.
.0884 Tom Mix.
.0885 Tom Mix.
.0886 Tom Mix.
.0887 Tom Mix.
.0888 Tom Mix.
.0889 Tom Mix.
.0890 The Fourth Horseman.
.0891 [The Fourth Horseman.] Film still.
.0892 The Fourth Horseman.
.0893 [The Fourth Horseman.] Film still.
.0894 The Fourth Horseman.
.0895 The Fourth Horseman.
.0896 [The Fourth Horseman.] Film still.
.0897 Hidden Gold.
.0898 [Hidden Gold.] Film still.
.0899 [Hidden Gold.] Film still.
.0900 Flaming Guns.
.0901 Flaming Guns.
.0902 Terror Trail.
.0903 [Terror Trail.] Film still.
.0904 [Terror Trail.] Film still.
.0905 [Terror Trail.] Film still.
.0906 [Terror Trail.] Film still.
.0907 [Terror Trail.] Film still.
.0908 Ralston Straight Shooters shoot straight and live straight. Tom Mix.
.0909 Tom Mix.
.0910 Unidentified film still.
.0911 The Rustlers’ Roundup.
.0912 [Rustlers’ Roundup.] Film still.
.0913 [Rustlers’ Roundup.] Film still.
.0914 [Rustlers’ Roundup.] Film still.
.0915 [Rustlers’ Roundup.] Film still.
.0916 The Miracle Rider.
.0917 The Miracle Rider.
.0918 The Miracle Rider.
.0919 The Miracle Rider.
.0920 The Miracle Rider.
.0921 The Miracle Rider.
.0922 The Miracle Rider.
.0923 The Miracle Rider.
.0924 Tom Mix.
.0925 Tom Mix.
.0926 Tom Mix.
.0927 Unidentified actress.
.0928 Tom Mix.
.0929 Tom Mix.
.0930 Tom Mix.
.0931 Tom Mix.
.0932 Tom Mix.
.0933 Tom Mix.
.0934 Unidentified film still.
.0935 Unidentified film still.
.0936 Tom Mix.
.0937 Tom Mix.
.0938 Tom Mix.
.0939 Tom Mix.
.0940 Pasted on the reverse side of the photo: “Tom Mix, Gov. “Al” Smith of New York, and the governor’s son, Walter, on the roof of the Biltmore Hotel, in New York City. When the celebrated Fox cowboy film star was in New York recently getting ready to sail for Europe he learned that the popular chief executive of New York was occupying a suite of rooms in the same hotel and nothing would satisfy him until he had presented his neighbor with one of his ten gallon Stetson hats as a token of his esteem. Young Walter has met many a celebrity in his day but it is safe to bet he was never so tickled as he was when he met the death-defying hero of the screen. If you have any doubts just look at his grin of pleasure.”
.0941 Typed on the reverse side of the photo: “Left to right, Maurice DeMond, pres Breakfast Club, Tom Mix, just elected member Breakfast Club, and state fire marshal Trudy Eberle, Bob Weaver, pres A.A. U., Aileen Riggin, champion diver and President Lester of the Exchange club.” Keystone Photo Service, Los Angeles.
.0942 Tom Mix, Ralston Purina Co.
.0943 “Always Yours Straight Shooter Pal, Tom Mix.” And corresponding copy transparency.
.0944 “Best, Tom Mix.”
.0945 Unidentified photo of military personnel. Some are persons are labeled: Robert Cowell, Clint Kindel, Sam Oatley, Al Bernhagen, Tom Mix, Frank Armstrong, Charles ?, ?, Fred Herren, Spike Hennessy.
.0946 Unidentified photo.
.0947 [Just Tony. 1922.] Film still.
.0948 Tom Mix.
.0949 Gaslight Follies.
.0950 Tom Mix.
.0951 Tom Mix.
.0952 Tom Mix.
.0953 Written on reverse side: “Tom with circus horse, 1936. Wife seated at left rear. He is on daughter Ruth’s palomino.” Photographer, M.G. Norris.
.0954 Written on reverse side: “Tom with clown Al Ross, on ‘Warrior.’” Photographer, M.G. Norris.
.0955 Written on reverse side: “Tom and Tony Jr. 1976.” Photographer, M.G. Norris.
.0956 Written on reverse side: “Tom and Tony Jr. 1936.” Photographer, M.G. Norris.
.0957 Written on reverse side: “With unknown man. Note cigarette. He never wanted to be caught photographed with a cigarette.” Photographer, M.G. Norris.
.0958 Written on reverse side: “Tom with his horse trainer, John Agee.” Photographer, M.G. Norris.
.0959 Written on reverse side: “Between acts, 1936. Horse is ‘Warrior.’.” Photographer, M.G. Norris.
.0960 Tom Mix.
.0961 Tom Mix with Thomasina.
.0962 Tom Mix.
.0963 Tom Mix.
.0964 Written on reverse side: “At Ithaca, NY. 7-23-36”
.0965 Men and boys standing around a car.
.0966 Mourning wife.
.0967 Funeral service.
.0968 Tom Mix with other men. Photographer, L. Imber, Las Vegas.
.0969 Advertisement for Destry Rides Again.
.0970 Brochure for Tom Mix Museum, Dewey, Oklahoma.
Series 7: Box 012 of 014: Miscellaneous, A-H, 1999.023.0971-.1062, .1495-.1496
Accession # Description
Folder: William (Wild Bill) Elliott. “Cowboy Star of 1940s Dies.” Newspaper clipping. November 26, 1964.
Tex Williams Newspaper clipping.
James Warren. “Hero and Horse.” Newspaper clipping.
“Ted Wells.” Article by Nick Nocholls. Classic Images, No. 171. Newspaper clipping. n.d.
Hal Taliaferro. Newspaper clipping.
Tom Tyler. Newspaper clipping.
Buck Jones. Newspaper clipping.
“Last rites for Jack Hoxie.” 1965. Newspaper clipping.
“Father and Son.” Bob Steele and R. N. Bradbury. Newspaper clipping.
Tim McCoy. Newspaper clipping.
“Bob Steele and Claire Rochelle in ‘Ridin the Lone Trail’ by Bob Harman.” Caricature card.
Larry Imber business card.
Wyatt, Ed. “In Search of a Boyhood Hero.” Classic Images, No. 209. November 1992. Article about “Wally Wales,” also known as Hal Taliaferro.
“Bill Cody and Bill Cody, Jr. starring in a series of 8 Action Dramas for season 1936-1937.” Newspaper clipping. n.d.
Sunset Carson. “Cowboy movie star dies in Reno.” Newspaper clipping. May 2, 1990.
“Cowkids.” Red White. Judy Dawson. Newspaper clipping.
Clara Bow and Rex Bell. Newspaper clipping. n.d.
Bob Curwood. Photograph.
52 Mustang Westerns.
Unidentified photograph.
Unidentified photograph.
“Francis Ford, a heavy in Wayne’s ‘The Man from Monterey.’ Frame enlargement.” Photograph.
“A very old Tom London. A 16mm frame enlargement.” Photograph.
“Frank Merril in Tarzan, The Tiger.” Photograph.
“Tim McCoy and Rex Lease. Frame enlargement.” Photograph.
“Robert Frazer and Blanche Mehaffey in the serial Trail of the Royal Mounted.” Photograph.
George Lewis, Dorothy Gulliver, and a ‘sour faced’ Eddie Phillips. The Collegians.” Photograph.
“George Lewis in a chapter of The Collegians. His rival Eddie Phillips is sitting on the lower right side.” Photograph.
“George Lewis disguised as a woman to fool a wolf ‘lady killer’ Ed Phillips. The Collegians. At background Dorothy (black haired) Gulliver and room mates. The Collegians.” Photograph.
“Lane Chandler, Louise Lorraine, in Lightning Express, serial.” Photograph.
“F. Merril in Tarzan, The Mighty.” Photograph.
“Pete Morrison.” Photograph.
“Jack Mulhall and myself.” Photograph.
“Arthur Trimble as Buster Brown, Two-reel-comedies by Stern Brother, released through Universal.” Photograph.
“Darkest Africa.” Photograph.
“Jay Wilsey. Final Reckoning.” Photograph.
“Serial: Queen of the Northwoods.” Photograph.
“Whispering Shadow. Malcolm McGregor.” Photograph.
“The Terror.” Photograph.
“Pete [illegible name].” Photograph.
Unidentified. Photograph.
“Al Ferguson and Natalie Kingston in Tarzan, The Mighty. Universal serial.” Photograph.
“Heroes of [Flames?].” Photograph.
“The Range Wolf. (2 reeler).” Photocopy.
Unidentified. Photocopy.
.0971 G.M. Anderson. The Greater Duty.
.0972 Bob Allen.
.0973 Bob Allen.
.0974 Art Accord.
.0975 “Art Accord in old silent picture.”
.0976 Art Accord. Set Free, Universal Western, 1927.
.0977 Unidentified.
.0978 “Dick Alexander and Bob Hartman.”
.0979 Gene Autry.
.0980 Gene Autry.
.0981 Rex Allen.
.0982 Buzz Barton. The Boy Rider.
.0983 Buzz Barton. Rough Ridin’ Red.
.0984 Buzz Barton. The Young Whirlwind.
.0985 Buzz Barton. The Young Whirlwind.
.0986 Buzz Barton. Orphan of the Stage.
.0987 Buzz Barton. The Little Buckaroo.
.0988 Buzz Barton. The Vagabond Cub.
.0989 Bob Baker. The Singing Outlaw.
.0990 Rex Bell. The Cowboy Kid.
.0991 Rex Bell.
.0992 Rex Bell. The Girl From Calgary.
.0993 Rex Bell.
.0994 Rex Bell. The Girl-Shy Cowboy.
.0995 Don “Red” Barry. The Black Hills Express.
.0996 William Boyd. Riders of the Deadline.
.0997 Jim Bannon and Little Beaver. Newspaper clipping
.0998 Bill Boyd. Newspaper clipping.
.0999 [Johnny Mack Brown?]
.1000 Johnny Mack Brown. The Texas Kid.
.1001 Buffalo Bill, Jr. The Fighting Cowboy.
.1002 Buffalo Bill, Jr.
.1003 Buffalo Bill, Jr. [or Jay Weisly]
.1004 Buffalo Bill, Jr. Westward Bound.
.1005 Buffalo Bill, Jr. Valley of Hunted Men. Pathe, 1928.
.1006 Noah Berry, Jr.
.1007 Bob Custer. The Dude Cowboy.
.1008 Unidentified.
.1009 Yakima Canutt.
.1010 Rod Cameron.
.1011 Don Coleman.
.1012 Don Coleman. .45 Calibre War. Pathe, 1928.
.1013 Don Coleman. The Boss of Rustler’s Roost. Pathe.
.1014 Don Coleman, Benny Corbett, Tom London. The Bronc Stomper. Pathe.
.1015 Don Coleman. Leo Maloney.
.1016 Bob Curwood.
.1017 Bob Curwood.
.1018 Lester Cuneo. Silver Spurs.
.1019 Fred Church. Signal Fires.
.1020 Eddie Dean. Black Hills.
.1021 Edmund Cobb in unidentified western.
.1022 Unidentified.
.1023 Harry Carey.
.1024 Harry Carey.
.1025 Ray “Crash” Corrigan.
.1026 “Proposed Series, Never Made: Buckskin Rangers. Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, Bill Hale (Monte’s brother).”
.1027 Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune, Bill Hale.
.1028 “To, Best of western wishes and good luck to my pal –“
.1029 Lane Chandler.
.1030 Bill Cody.
.1031 Buster Crabbe. Cattle Stampede.
.1032 Sunset Kit Carson.
.1033 “To Larry, Your pal, Sunset Carson & Cactus.”
.1034 “To Larry, Your friend, Sunset Carson.” “To Larry, Love ya, Jeane J. Carson. 4-2-90.”
.1035 Eddie Dew. Beyond the Last Frontier.
.1036 Eddie Dew. Beyond the Last Frontier.
.1037 William Desmond. King of the Silent Serials.
.1038 William Desmond. Riding Pretty.
.1039 William Farnum.
.1040 William Duncan.
.1041 Unidentified female actress.
.1042 Unidentified female actress.
.1043 Unidentified female actress.
.1495 Unidentified female actress.
.1044 Bill Elliott. Eddie Cobb. Charter King (a goodie for a change).
.1045 Wild Bill Elliott. Bordertown Gun Fighter.
.1046 Wild Bill Elliott. Bordertown Gun Fighter.
.1496 Unidentified.
.1047 William Bill Fairbanks.
.1048 Dustin Farnum.
.1049 Hoot Gibson.
.1050 Hoot Gibson. Rainbow’s End.
.1051 Monte Hale.
.1052 Unidentified.
.1053 “Gabby Hayes behind his ‘Shrubbery.’”
.1054 Dick Hatton. Saddle Jumpers.
.1055 Dick Hatton. Saddle Jumpers.
.1056 Fred Humes. The Broncho Buster.
.1057 Neal Hart. Naked Fists.
.1058 William S. Hart.
.1059A Jack Holt. Newspaper clipping.
.1059B Tim Holt. Newspaper clipping.
.1060 Tim Holt.
.1061 Jack Holt.
.1062 Fred Humes. The Border Cavalier.
Series 7: Box 013 of 014: Miscellaneous, H-W, 1999.023.1063-.1194, .1497-.1498
Accession # Description
.1063 George Houston.
.1064 Jack Hoxie.
.1065 Jack Hoxie.
.1066 Jack Hoxie. Ridin’ Thunder.
.1067 Jack Hoxie.
.1068 Jack Hoxie.
.1069 Jack Hoxie.
.1070 Jack Hoxie. Law and Lawless.
.1071 Jack Hoxie.
.1072 Jack Hoxie. The Rustler’s End.
.1073 Fred Humes.
.1074 Buck Jones.
.1075 Buck Jones.
.1076 Unidentified.
.1077 Unidentified.
.1078 Ben Johnson. Newspaper clipping.
.1079 Fred Kohler. Forbidden Valley.
.1080 Charles King. (written on reverse side: “(You’ll get a better print.)”
.1081 Tom Keene. “612-21. A Perilous Situation confronts Tome Keene in RKO-Radio Pictures’ ‘Come On Danger,’ after learning his bandit ‘hosts’ discovered he was a Ranger.”
.1082 A Second Hand Excuse. A Stern Brothers Comedy.
.1083 A Second Hand Excuse. A Stern Brothers Comedy.
.1084 Unidentified.
.1085 Lash LaRue.
.1086 Lash LaRue.
.1087 Allan “Rocky” Lane.
.1088 Lash LaRue.
.1089 Jack Perrin.
.1090 Unidentified.
.1091 Jack Luden.
.1092 Jack Luden.
.1093 “Whatever happened to cowboy star Jack Luden?” Classic Images, no. 145. n.d. Newspaper clipping.
.1094 George Lewis. Newspaper clipping.
.1095 George Lewis.
.1096 Jack Livingston. The Vow of Vengeance.
.1097 Rex Lease.
.1098 Bob Livingston.
.1099 Bob Livingston.
.1100 Jack Luden. Shootin’ Irons.
.1101 Audie Murphy. Showdown.
.1102 William (Bill) Mix. Golden Trails.
.1103 Art Mix. The Rawhide Terror. (includes a cut-out photograph of Art Mix, no accessioned)
.1104 Ken Maynard.
.1105 Tex Maynard. A Wanderer of the West.
.1106 Tex Maynard. Wild Born.
.1107 Kermit Maynard.
.1108 Unidentified.
.1109 Tex Maynard. Prince of the Plains.
.1110-1 Eddie Dew. Beyond the Last Frontier.
.1110-2 Joel McCrea. Border River.
.1111 Tim McCoy. The Prescott Kid.
.1112 Tom Mix.
.1113 Tom Mix.
.1114 Robert McKim. Tex.
.1115 Leo Maloney. The Loser’s End.
.1116 Pete Morrison. The Ghost City.
.1117 Montie Montana. Circle of Death.
.1118 Pete Morrison. Pioneer’s Gold.
.1119 Jane Novack.
.1120 Dave (Tex) O’Brien.
.1121 George O’Brien.
.1122 Unidentified.
.1123 Jock O’Mahoney.
.1124 Lee Powell.
.1125 Bill Patton. The Last Chance.
.1126 Unidentified.
.1127 Jack Perrin. Cactus Trails.
.1128 Jack Padjan. Crashing Through.
.1129 Bob Reeves. The Iron Fist.
.1130 Bob Reeves. Fighting Luck.
.1131 Bob Reeves.
.1132 Typed on reverse side: “Bob Reeves (the sheriff) and Renee Borden. (Hank Bell on horse at left).” Canyon Hawks.
.1133 Buddy Roosevelt.
.1134 Buddy Roosevelt. Typed on paper glued to reverse side: “Buddy Roosevelt, daredevil cowboy star, who appears with Harry Carey, Hoot Gibson, Guinn ‘Big Boy’ Williams, Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, and other stellar heroes in RKO’s Radio’s action film special ‘Powdersmoke Range.’”
.1135 Buddy Roosevelt, Eva Novack. Lure of the Yukon.
.1497 Buddy Roosevelt. Trailin’ Back.
.1136 Tex Ritter.
.1137 Duncan Renaldo.
.1138 Reb Russell.
.1498 Roy Rogers.
.1139 Unidentified.
.1140 William Russell. Singing River.
.1141 Randolph Scott.
.1142 Tom Santschi. The Sheriff of Mojave.
.1143 1920s. Unidentified. [Bob Steele?]
.1144 Unidentified. [Bob Steele?]
.1145 Unidentified. [Bob Steele?]
.1146 Bob Steele.
.1147 Typed on a page and pasted on reverse side: “Waiting on their camera call: Donald Grayson, Charles Starrett, and pretty Barbara Weeks, the last-named sitting on the tail-gate of a Columbia sound truck, are out on location with ‘The Old Wyoming Trail’ unit, getting ready to film the latest of Starrett’s popular western dramas.”
.1148 Charles Starrett.
.1149 Tom Tyler.
.1150 Tom Tyler.
.1151 Fred Thomson.
.1152 Fred Thomson. The Two-Gun Man.
.1153 Fred Thomson.
.1154 Fred Thomson. Thundering Hoofs.
.1155 Hal Taliaferro. (Wally Wales.) Age 16.
.1156 Hal Taliaferro. (Wally Wales.)
.1157 Hal Taliaferro. (Wally Wales.)
.1158 Hal Taliaferro. With poster for Riders of the Cactus. 1968. Janus Barfoed, Photographer.
.1159 Hal Taliaferro. 1968. Janus Barfoed, Photographer.
.1160 Hal Taliaferro.
.1161 Typed on reverse side: “Hal Taliaferro as ‘Baxter’ in Zorro’s Black Whip (Rep.).”
.1162 Hal Taliaferro. (Wally Wales.)
.1163 Hal Taliaferro. (Wally Wales.)
.1164 Hal Taliaferro. (Wally Wales.)
.1165 Hal Taliaferro. (Wally Wales.) The Soda Water Cowboy.
.1166 Ted Wells. Grit Wins.
.1167 Ted Wells.
.1168 Ted Wells. A Made to Order Hero.
.1169 Ted Wells. Thunder Riders.
.1170 The Smiling Terror. Universal, 1929. Ted Wells. Derelys Perdue.
.1171 Miraculous Journey.
.1172 Pawnee Bill, Jr. Across the Plains.
.1173 Unidentified.
.1174-1 Jimmy Wakely.
.1174-2 Whip Wilson.
.1175 Whip Wilson.
.1176 James Warren. Wanderer of the Wasteland.
.1177 Fred Burns. 1920.
.1178 Jack Mower. 1926.
.1179 Joe Ryan. 1910.
.1180 Buzz Barton. 1927.
.1181 Bob Steele, Tom Tyler, Jimmie Dodd, and Lorraine Miller. Three Mesquiteers.
.1182 Gene Autry.
.1183 Written on reverse side: “Serial: Clancy of Mounted. Tom Tyler.” Photograph.
.1184 Written on reverse side: “William Desmond and Edmund Cobb.” Photograph.
.1185 Written on reverse side: “’Heavy’ Edmund Cobb, this time sporting a mustache, and Art Accord.” Photograph.
.1186 Edmund Cobb (Courtesy Earl Walker). Photograph.
.1187 Written on reverse side: “Edmund Cobb in ‘Men Tamer.’” Photograph.
.1188 Written on reverse side: “Bells of Rosarita.” Photograph.
.1189 Roy Rogers. Bells of Rosarita.
.1190 William Boyd. Colt Comrades.
.1191 William Boyd. Colt Comrades.
.1192 Written on reverse side: “1935 WLS Chicago Radio Gang: 1 is Gene Autry, 2 is Paul, Patsy Montana’s husband, 3 is Patsy Montana, 4 is Smiley Burnette. #’s are Patsy’s.”
.1193 Group picture. None identified.
.1194 Written on reverse side: “Art Accord in Sky High Corral .”
Series 8: Box 014 of 014: Post Cards, 1999.023.1195-.1204; Prints, 1999.023.1205-.1211; Arcade Cards, 1999.023.1212-.1494
Accession # Description
Post Cards
.1195 “Gene Autry and Champion.” New. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
.1196 “Eddie Dean and Copper.” Letter written to Larry Imber. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
.1197 “Roy Rogers and Dale Evans with the ‘Sons of the Pioneers’ in ‘Don’t Fence Me In’ (1945).” New. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
.1198 “Buck Jones and Silver.” New. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
.1199 “John Waynes and ‘The Singing Riders’ in ‘Westward Ho’ (1935).” New. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
.1200 “Charlie King and Tex Ritter in ‘Rollin’ Westward’ (1939).” New. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
.1201 “Reb Russell is menaced by ‘Slim’ Whitaker in ‘Arizona Bad Man’ (1935).” Letter written to Larry Imber. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
.1202 “Reb Russell is menaced by ‘Slim’ Whitaker in ‘Arizona Bad Man’ (1935).” Letter written to Larry Imber. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
.1203 “Sunset Carson with Tom London in ‘Days of Buffalo Bill’ (1946).” Letter written to Larry Imber. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
.1204 “Lobby Card: ‘The Ridin’ Comet (1925).” New. Sepia. Over-sized postcard. Published by The British B. Western Film Association.
Prints
.1205 Buddy Roosevelt. The Galloping Jinx. Photograph, b&w, 5x6.5 in.
.1206 Clancy of the Mounted: Chapter 1, Toll of the Rapids. Photograph, b&w, 5x6.5 in.
.1207 Art Acord. The Man From the West. Photograph, b&w, 5x6.5 in.
.1208 Fred Thomson. The Silent Stranger. Photograph, b&w, 5x6.5 in.
.1209 Fred Thomson. The Fighting Sap. Photograph, b&w, 5x6.5 in.
.1210 Pete Morrison. The Ghost City. Photograph, b&w, 5x6.5 in.
.1211 Bill Cody. The Galloping Cowboy. Photograph, b&w, 5x6.5 in.
Arcade Cards
.1212 Art Acord. Loco Luck. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1213 Art Acord. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1214 Bob Allen. Rio Grande Ranger. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1215 Rex Allen. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1216 Rex Allen. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1217 Rex Allen. Red River Shore. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1218 Gilbert M. Anderson. Broncho Billy and the Greaser. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1219 Gene Autry. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1220 Gene Autry. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1221 Gene Autry. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1222 Gene Autry. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1223 Gene Autry. Boots and Saddle. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1224 Gene Autry. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1225 Bob Baker. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1226 Bob Baker. Outlaw Express. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1227 Bob Baker. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1228 Smith Balleau. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1229 Smith Balleau. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1230 Roy Barcroft. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1231 Roy Barcroft. Monte Hale. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1232 Don “Red” Barry. The Cyclone Kid. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1233 Buzzy Barton. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1234 Buzz Barton. The Slingshot Kid. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1235 Noah Beery, Sr. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1236 Rex Bell. West of Nevada. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1237 Rex Bell. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1238 Adrian Booth. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1239 Bill Boyd. Ray Whitley. Buck Jones. Buster Crabbe. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1240 William Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy. Three on the Trail. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1241 William Boyd. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1242 William Boyd. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1243 William Boyd. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1244 Johnny Mack Brown. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1245 Johnny Mack Brown. Rustlers of red Dog. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1246 Johnny Mack Brown. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1247 Johnny Mack Brown. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1248 Johnny Mack Brown. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1249 Rod Cameron. Stage to Tucson. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1250 Yakima Canutt. Wild Horse Canyon. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1251 Yakima Canutt. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1252 Yakima Canutt. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1253 Harry Carey. The Texas Trail. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1254 Harry Carey. Frankie Darrow. The Devil Horse. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1255 Harry Carey. The Texas Trail. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1256 Harry Carey. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1257 Sunset Carson. Sheriff of Cimarron. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1258 Lane Chandler. Frankie Darrow. Cheyenne Cyclone. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1259 Lane Chandler. Hurricane Horseman. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1260 George Chesebro. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1261 Phyllis Coates. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1262 Edmund Cobb. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1263 Bill Cody. The Arizona Whirlwind. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1264 Buffalo Bill, Jr. Bringing Home the Bacon. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1265 Bill Cody. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1266 Gary Cooper. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1267 Gary Cooper. Max Terhune. Ray Whitley. Tex Ritter. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1268 Ray “Crash” Corrigan. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1269 Ray Corrigan. Charles Bickford. Wild Bill Elliott. Tim McCoy. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1270 Buster Crabbe. Desert Gold. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1271 Larry “Buster” Crabbe. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1272 Larry “Buster” Crabbe. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1273 Dick Curtis. Arcade Card, color: yellow, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1274 Bob Custer. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1275 Bob Custer. The Border Whirlwind. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1276 Gail Davis. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1277 Bob Steele. Bob Livingston. Rufe Davis. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1278 Eddie Dean. Stars Over Texas. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1279 Ashton Dearholt (Richard Holt). The Lash of Pinto Pete. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1280 William Desmond. The Burning Trail. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1281 Kenne Duncan. Arcade Card, color: yellow, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1282 Wild Bill Elliott. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1283 Bill Elliott. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1284 Bill Elliott. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1285 Wild Bill Elliott. Overland With Kit Carson. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1286 Bill Elliott. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1287 Wild Bill Elliott. Overland With Kit Carson. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1288 Dale Evans. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1289 William “Bill” Fairbanks. The Sheriff of Sun-Dog. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1290 Dustin Farnum. While Justice Waits. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1291 William Farnum. The Gunfighter. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1292 Al Ferguson. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1293 Maurice “Lefty” Flynn. The Breed of the Border. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1294 “Lefty” Flynn. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1295 Dick Foran. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1296 Dick Foran. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1297 Dick Foran. The Cherokee Strip. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1298 Hoot Gibson. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1299 Hoot Gibson. King of the Rodeo. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1300 Hoot Gibson. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1301 Hoot Gibson & Goldie. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1302 Kirby Grant. Gun Town. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1303 Dorothy Gulliver. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1304 Monte Hale. Under Colorado Skies. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1305 Roy Barcroft. Monte Hale. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1306 Neal Hart. The Man from Montana. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1307 William S. Hart. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1308 William S. Hart. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1309 William S. Hart. Tumbleweeds. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1310 William S. Hart. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1311 Russell Hayden. Frontier Law. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1312 Gabby Hayes. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1313 Jack Holt. Wanderer of the Wasteland. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1314 Jennifer Holt. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1315 Jack Holt. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1316 Tim Holt. Wild Horse Mesa. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1317 Al Hoxie. The Texas Terror. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1318 Jack Hoxie. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1319 Jack Hoxie. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1320 Jack Hoxie. Don Dare Devil. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1321 Jack Hoxie. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1322 Fred Humes. One Glorious Scrap. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1323 Fred Humes. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1324 Anne Jeffreys. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1325 Buck Jones. Sundown Rider. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1326 Buck Jones. Sundown Rider. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1327 Buck Jones. Sundown Rider. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1328 Buck Jones and Silver. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1329 Buck Jones and Silver. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1330 Buck Jones and Silver. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1331 Buck Jones and Silver. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1332 Buck Jones. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1333 Buck Jones. Ivory Handled Guns. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1334 Tom Keene. Ghost Valley. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1335 Tome Keene. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1336 Charles King. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1337 Fred Kohler. Arcade Card, color: yellow, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1338 Bob Kortman. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1339 Allan “Rocky” Lane. Stagecoach to Denver. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1340 Allan “Rocky” Lane. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1341 Allan “Rocky” Lane. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1342 John Mack Brown. Fuzzy Knight. Allan Lane. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1343 Nora Lane. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1344 Lash LaRue. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1345 Al “Lash” LaRue. King of the Bull Whip. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1346 Lash LaRue. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1347 Walter Miller. Rex Lease. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1348 Rex Lease. Cyclone of the Saddle. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1349 Bob Livingston. Beneath Western Skies. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1350 Bob Livingston. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1351 Tom London. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1352 Jack Luden. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1353 Pierce Lyden. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1354 Leo Maloney. Border Blackbirds. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1355 Leo Maloney. Don Coleman. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1356 Ken Maynard. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1357 Ken Maynard. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1358 Ken Maynard. Phantom Ranger. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1359 Ken Maynard. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1360 Kermit Maynard. Whistling Bullets. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1361 Tim McCoy. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1362 Tim McCoy. Raymond Hatton. Buck Jones. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1363 Tim McCoy. Raymond Hatton. Buck Jones. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1364 Tim McCoy. Phantom Ranger. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1365 Col. Tim McCoy. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1366 Col. Tim McCoy. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1367 Col. Tim McCoy. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1368 Rex Lease. Tim McCoy. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1369 Col. Tim McCoy. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1370 Col. Tim McCoy. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1371 Cheyenne Bill. (Bill McKechne). Thundering Thompson. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1372 Fay McKenzie. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1373 Iris Meredith. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1374 John Merton. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1375 Three Mesquiteers. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1376 Three Mesquiteers. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1377 Art Mix. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1378 Tom Mix. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1379 Tom Mix. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1380 Tom Mix. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1381 Tom Mix. Riders of the Purple Sage. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1382 Tom Mix. Riders of the Purple Sage. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1383 Tom Mix. Riders of the Purple Sage. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1384 Tom Mix. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1385 Tom Mix. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1386 Tom Mix. Pals in Blue. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1387 Tom Mix. The Heart of Texas Ryan. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1388 Tom Mix. Fighting for Gold. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1389 Tom Mix. The Untamed. Arcade Card, color: yellow, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1390 Tom Mix. Do and Dare. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1391 Tom Mix. The Lone Star Ranger. Arcade Card, color: yellow, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1392 Tom Mix. Dick Turpin. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1393 Tom Mix. Tony Runs Wild. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1394 Tom Mix. The Circus Ace. Arcade Card, color: yellow, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1395 Tom Mix. Hello Cheyenne. Arcade Card, color: yellow, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1396 Tom Mix. My Pal, The King. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1397 Tom Mix. Terror Trail. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1398 Tom Mix. The Miracle Rider. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1399 Tom Mix. My Own Pal. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1400 Tom Mix. The Yankee Senor. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1401 Tom Mix. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1402 Tom Mix. Outlawed. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1403 Tom Mix. Outlawed. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1404 George Montgomery. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1405 George Montgomery. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1406 Clayton Moore. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1407 Clayton Moore. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1408 Clayton Moore. The Lone Ranger. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1409 Pete Morrison. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1410 Pete Morrison. Chasing Trouble. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1411 Audie Murphy. Ride Clear of Diablo. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1412 George O’Brien. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1413 George O’Brien. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1414 George O’Brien. The Last of the Duanes. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1415 George O’Brien. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1416 Nell O’Day. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1417 Bud Osborne. Arcade Card, color: yellow, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1418 Jack Perrin. Thunderbolts’s Tracks. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1419 Jack Perrin. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1420 Jack Randall. Land of the Six Guns. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1421 Jack Randall. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1422 Jack Randall. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1423 Bob Reeves. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1424 Duncan Renaldo. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1425 Duncan Renaldo. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1426 Tex Ritter. The Utah Trail. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1427 Roy Rogers. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1428 Roy Rogers. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1429 Roy Rogers. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1430 Roy Rogers. The Bells of Rosarita. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1431 Roy Rogers. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1432 Ruth Roland. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1433 Buddy Roosevelt. Smoking Guns. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1434 Buddy Roosevelt. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1435 Buddy Roosevelt. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1436 William Russell. Six Feet Four. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1437 Fred Scott. Songs and Bullets. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1438 Randolph Scott. Man in the Saddle. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1439 Randolph Scott. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1440 Charles Durango Starrett. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1441 Charles Durango Starrett. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1442 Charles Durango Starrett. The Durango Kid. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1443 Bob Steele. The Ridin’ Fool. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1444 Bob Steele. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1445 Bob Steele. Bob Livingston. Rufe Davis. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1446 Bob Steele. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1447 Bob Steele. Arcade Card, color: sketch, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1448 Peggy Stewart. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1449 Roy Stewart. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1450 Linda Stirling. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1451 June Storey. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1452 Max Terhune. Arcade Card, color: tinted, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1453 Fred Thomson. A Regular Scout. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1454 Fred Thomson. A Regular Scout. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1455 Fred Thomson. A Regular Scout. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1456 Fred Thomson. Silver Comes Through. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1457 Fred Thomson. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1458 Fred Thomson. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1459 Fred Thomson. Thundering Hoofs. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1460 Fred Thomson. Galloping Gallagher. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1461 Fred Thomson. The Fighting Sap. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1462 Fred Thomson. That Devil Quemado. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1463 Fred Thomson. The Two Gun Man. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1464 Fred Thomson. All Around Frying Pan. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1465 Fred Thomson. The Bandit’s Baby. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1466 Fred Thomson. Lone Hand Saunders. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1467 Fred Thomson. Hands Across the Border. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1468 Fred Thomson. Jesse James. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1469 Fred Thomson. Arizona Nights. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1470 Fred Thomson. Sunset Legion. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1471 Fred Thomson. The Pioneer Scout. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1472 Fred Thomson. Kit Carson. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1473 Tom Tyler. Frankie Darrow. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1474 Tom Tyler. Wyoming Wildcat. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1475 Tom Tyler. Silver Bullet. Arcade Card, color: red, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1476 Jimmy Wakely. Riders of the Dawn. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1477 Wally Wales. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1478 Wally Wales. The Desert of the Lost. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1479 John Wayne. Arcade Card, color: tinted, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1480 John Wayne. Tall in the Saddle. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1481 John Wayne. Tall in the Saddle. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1482 John Wayne. Tall in the Saddle. Arcade Card, color: orange, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1483 John Wayne. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1484 John Wayne. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1485 John Wayne. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1486 Ted Wells. The Border Wildcat. Arcade Card, color: purple, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1487 Charles “Slim” Whitaker. Arcade Card, color: yellow, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1488 Whip Wilson. Arcade Card, color: green, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1489 Whip Wilson. Arcade Card, color: brown, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1490 Whip Wilson. Canyon Raiders. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1491 Marie Windsor. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1492 Harry Woods. Arcade Card, color: pink, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1493 Dick Hatton. Roaring Bill Atwood. Arcade Card, color: blue, 3.25x5.25 in.
.1494 Lee Powell. Arcade Card, color: b&w, 3.25x5.25 in.
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