Photograph, measuring 9 1/4 x 7 in., mounted on stiff cardboard, n.d. Image of a pair of 'cowpokes,' one mounted on a steer with a rifle slung over his shoulder, the other standing alongside, both wearing cowboy hats, and posed in front of a low log cabin. Some fading and yellowing of image; rubbing and glue remnants on cardboard margin. On verso is a poem entitled, "SAY YOU SAW McLEOD, OF HAPPY HOLLOW," and a photo illustration, reproduced with a line border, of McLeod himself, billed as "THE WILD WEST PHOTOGRAPHER. The man who made Happy Hollow famous the world over, and has for the past ten years provided, free of charge, the most Popular Resort for out-door and innocent amusement in the south." "Come to see the Animals...Ride the Donkeys and Ponies... and Get Your Photo Taken..." Moderately soiled, else very good. Item #37823

Price: $125.00

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