Cabinet of Curiosities
Cowboys, undated. Color slides and transparencies, 1991/077-419-1, Texas Tourist Development Agency Photographs and Audiovisual Materials. TSLAC. View image in our Texas Digital Archive.
Saddle, late 1800s. [Not pictured] Sam Houston Regional Library and Research Center, TSLAC. This A-frame saddle with a coarse Harmon rig originally belonged to Slick Young (1853 -1922), who used it during at least one of his three cattle drives to Dodge City, Kansas. John Finley, Slick Young's son-in-law, had the well-known Harmon saddle shop refurbish the saddle with new leather in the 1930s.
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