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    Bull rider, Boulder History Museum

  • Lindsay Kuhbacher

    Mamie Francis atop Bobby the Steer circa 1935. Born Elba May Ghent about 1885 in Janesville, Wisconsin. Married to Herbert Skepper, a renowned Roman rider, Francis joined Pawnee Bill’s Wild West Show in 1901. She remained there until 1907 when she joined the 101 Ranch Show. Married to Wild West show promoter, California Frank Hafley, since 1909, Francis made over 626 jumps on her white high-diving horse between 1908 and 1914 in spite of her inability to swim. Photo by Ralph Doubleday

  • Kaycee Lunde

    Vintage cowgirl

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