Bill Evans
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First, Cory: I totally get it about the Police. I have a daughter that has been a cop for years. My wife and I are involved in a national ministry to first responders "First Responders.com" I am not i + 1483 more characters
Brilliant Amorette ! I have hyperventilated into a brown bag, feel great and am ready to respond to your reply. Let me get this straight. The Venable family DONATES a $17,000 saddle to the Museum. T + 1543 more characters
If the Miles City Star did an article on this that might stir some activity. Robberies however, are not good press for an organization that is trying to get donations. Even though, it does seem like a + 1347 more characters
The reason I am writing this is to fill in a little information about the saddle that was stolen from the Range Riders Museum; but more importantly about the man who won it. Herm Venable the rodeo cha + 20216 more characters
I think I am going to repost this in a different place on the blog. It does not seem to be raising the hair on many people's backs. Think it is buried too deep here for most people to find. Bill Z., + 419 more characters
The reason I am writing this is to fill in a little information about the saddle that was stolen from the Range Riders Museum; but more importantly about the man who won it. Herm Venable the rodeo cha + 20200 more characters
Where do you think all the photos may be if they only have a few generic post card negatives? Could Brud Foster have retained them and then conveyed them to his kids Elvanel (sp) and her brother, I th + 227 more characters
We will look at others but he was a top rider; many said he was much better than Askin. Do you have a 1920s prize saddle to sell or not?
Forgot to tell you how to get ahold of me. Use [email protected] (my inspection business) I represent an out-of-state casino. The owners want authentic round-up prize saddles for display. Bro + 14 more characters
Thanks Hal, How does one go about getting access to the Libary? Do you know if the photos have been digitized?
Bet you don't know where the Victory Theater was located? Where Hoveland's then Sages Men's Store was located. Burned in the late 30s or 40s, sat vacant and boarded up then was turned into very nice m + 25 more characters
There was the Beacon Carter that actually had a spot light (probably a surplus Kleg light from WWII. They had to shut it down becuse the Airport complained. Bud what'shisname owned Bud's Union 76 at + 876 more characters
It was going strong in the war years. I know that because I was there then. They had one-night stand bands, stand-ups and ball room dancers. My job as a little boy was to put out the request cards on + 226 more characters
Does anyone know whatever happened to the Foster Drug and Stephenson's round-up photos or negatives? Bronko Billy
Hi Buckaroos, I am looking to buy a Round-up prize saddle. I am looking for one won in the twenties with Herm Venable written on the back. I will pay a hefty price (that means a lot of money) to get o + 49 more characters
My father and his brothers all used to catch wild horses and take them to the NP and clean them up; then they would trail them to the yards by the old Tongue River bridge and sell them to the Blokes f + 722 more characters
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