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Donors, others, step up to help Cheyenne cowgirl museum
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming was built on the tradition of the American cowboy. It’s evident in everything from one of the state’s nicknames to the university’s mascot. But the women who made it possible for those men to settle the so-called Equality State aren’t always given credit.
In step with vintage cowboy boots
NEW YORK – From their pointy toes to their tall shafts and highly decorative stitching, cowboy boots have been a staple of the American West since settlers first arrived from the east. A true workhorse of an object, cowboy boots have steadily grown in popularity as a fashion accessory.
Gallery Report: March 2014
NEW ORLEANS – Cut crystal gasoliers, $17,080, Crescent City A pair of cut crystal gasoliers made circa 1900, possibly by Baccarat and now electrified, sold for $17,080 at an auction Feb. 15-16 by Crescent City Auction Gallery in New Orleans. Also, an early 20th century oil on canvas painting signed by Alexander J. Drysdale (1870-1934) […]