Four Cowboys

Title

Four Cowboys

Description

Sepia-toned photograph of four young men attired as cowboys. All wear boots and smaller brimmed hats; one has a rope and another has a riding crop. Two wear vests and all wear brimmed hats, though only one of those has the wider brim traditionally associated with cowboy hats.
[Front] [stamped] Theo. H. Wood = Geneva, N. Y. [Back] [ink] Albert Tozier; Henry Sicade, Ben Martin, James Hopkins. Geneva, NY, 1886. These students at Pacific University were given a trip to New York the summer of 1886 by taking care of a car load of horses shipped W. D. Baxter. The horses from the bunch grass country near Yakima. [sic] These boys had the time of the their lives. [stamped] Theo. H. Wood, Artist, Photographer. Pictures by Instaneous Process. 4 and 6 Seneca St., Geneva. Pictures copies and enlarged.

Creator

Wood, Theo. H., photographer, Geneva, New York

Date Created

circa 1886

Subject

Cowboys
Indian cowboys
Students
Puyallup Indians
Tozier, Albert E.
Sicade, Henry
Martin, Ben
Hopkins, James
Baxter, W. D.
Education History
Genealogy & Family History
Native American Studies
Social History
Travel & Tourism
Off-reservation boarding schools
Chemawa Indian School

Place

Geneva, New York

Medium

cabinet photographs

Language

English

Identifier

WCMpic_001466

Rights

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Source

Robert L. Benson Research Library, Five Oaks Museum