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    Shirley Barren: riding and driving 16 horses in a stupendous, awe-inspiring speed tournament
    Creation Date: [ca. 1935]
    Catalog ID: 1981.60.1.21
    Call Number: EPH-C/791.3/C674sh/1935
    1 poster; col. ill.; Poster number 41-501-5; Illus. features woman bareback, on horses
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    Allen sisters, America's greatest equestriennes
    Creation Date: [ca. 1940]
    Catalog ID: 1981.60.1.50
    Call Number: EPH-D/791.3/C674as/1940
    1 poster; col. ill.; 106 cm.; Illus. features sisters dancing on back of horse
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    Cole Bros. Circus: world's greatest and best loved amusement institution
    Creation Date: [ca. 1938]
    Catalog ID: 1981.60.1.79
    Call Number: EPH-D/791.3/C674w/1938
    2 posters; col. ill.; 100 cm.; Item consists of 2 posters glued together
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    [F. C. Weaver U.S. Mail Carrier]
    Creation Date: ca. 1924
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.47472
    Call Number: Curtis 47472 Album 60 p.96
    photographic print in album, United States postal mail carrier identified as F. C. Weaver is shown on horseback in a forested area of the Olympic Peninsula in Jefferson County, Queets Valley region, Asahel Curtis, photographer, ca. 1924. Weaver leads a pack train of 3 horses carrying mail bags. Another man on horseback follows in the rear. Photographer's note provides the following delivery cost information: "42 mile one trip per week, 100 lbs of mail, express to Clearwater 10 cents per lb, express to Queets 12.5 cents per lb."
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    Horseback Party, Skyline Trail, Mount Rainier
    Creation Date: 1917
    Catalog ID: 1943.42.40046
    Call Number: 1943.42.40046
    Black and white, fairly close glass plate negative image of a horseback party approaching, including 6 women and 3 men, on horseback on the Skyline Trail, Mount Rainier, Pierce County, WA, 1917. Flowers appear to be blooming in the foreground. The peak of Mount Rainier, partialy ice covered, rises in the background.
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    Bracket H Ranch, camp for boys
    Creation Date: 1928
    Catalog ID: 2009.42.28
    Call Number: EPH/979.728/B413b/1928
    [16]-page illustrated booklet (12.5x17.5 cm.) describing the Bracket H Ranch, a boys' camp in Okanogan County, WA. Camp features horseback riding, pack trips, "cowboy" life, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Green paper cover with black type. Anthony J. Bell noted to be the camp director.
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    Lazy F Ranch, Ellensburg, Wash.
    Creation Date: ca. 1948
    Catalog ID: 2003.3.134
    Call Number: 2003.3.134
    View of about 10 men and women on horseback riding between fences near buildings on the Lazy F Ranch, Ellensburg, WA. A man on horseback in the lead, wearing chaps, is turning to look back at the group. Snow is on the ground.
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    J. Doanes cutting Wheat near Almira, Wash, July 27th, 1910
    Creation Date: Jul. 27, 1910
    Catalog ID: 2015.10.30
    Call Number: 2015.10.30
    Black and white, fairly close photographic image of J. Doanes cutting wheat on a wheat farm near Almira, Lincoln County, WA, July 27, 1910. A team of several horses are in image center, in front of wheat header equipment. Three women, and a few men are standing, posing on the machinery. A girl is on horseback near image right edge. Edward Nolan Collection
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    [Priest Rapids Ranch]
    Creation Date: ca. 1915
    Catalog ID: S1992.27.79
    Black and white image, c. 1915 of one-half dozen horses galloping in a field at Priest Rapids Ranch, Yakima County, WA. A rider follows on horseback. There is a barn left center with the words Priest Rapids Ranch and the date 1914 on it. Two other buildings can be seen as well as a haystack.
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    [Family group, Tacoma]
    Creation Date: ca. 1910
    Catalog ID: 2009.135.2
    Call Number: 2009.135.2
    Black and white, close glass plate negative image of a family group of a man, woman, and 5 boys of various ages, posing on the grass beside a house in an unidentified location in Tacoma, Pierce County, WA, ca. 1910. The man sits on an object on the ground, almost in profile, near image lower left corner. A boy sits fairly close to him, looking away from the photographer. Another boy sits astride a horse, without a saddle, in image center left. A boy stands between him and the man. A woman sits on a chair facing the photographer near image right edge, with a small boy sitting on the ground by her side. The fifth boy stands close to the house in image center right, with a dog sitting on its hind legs on the ground beside him. Alan Whiting Collection