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  Harry E. Chrisman, former Liberal author and historian, donated a large collection of his writings, photographs, and other items to Liberal Memorial Library for the purpose of research. This database searches the contents of the Chrisman Collection.  
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CallNo: N176-A2b11  
Descriptive Title: Harry Chrisman stands in front of Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro   Type: Negative
Date of Origin:    Provenance:
Size: 2 7/16 x 4 7/8   Condition: very good
Text: [from back of original photo]H.E.C. in photo/ Old Green home - stone house - on Palo Duro, Okla Panhandle [two address stamps] Harry E. Chrisman/ Lane D, Apt. 74/ Bluebonnet Courts/ Liberal, Kansas
Misc Info: Harry Chrisman stands in front of old, stone home. He is standing on the small cement porch. The home is two-story. According to the envelope the negatives came in, it is the Irvin Green home on the Palo Duro in the Oklahoma Panhandle.
Subject: Harry Chrisman
Irvin Green home
stone home
Palo Duro
boarded windows
vacant home
porch
Oklahoma Panhandle
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P540
P541
Other: Negatives N176 and N177 are on the same film strip.    

CallNo: NC2-E1a6  
Descriptive Title: Rodeo article about Ralph Doubleday's photos and photo examples   Type: Newspaper Clipping
Date of Origin: September 1989   Provenance:newspaper article by Chrisman
Size: 4 1/2 x 8"   Condition: very good
Text: [article] Working the early rodeo "I thoroughly enjoyed Willard Porter's "Shooting the Rodeo" (April 1989 TRUE WEST) ... An acquaintence of mine, Rusty Morse, of Arvada, Colorado, wrote in the Denver Post's Empire Magazine, August 6, 1978, that Doubleday was buried in an unmarked grave at Council Bluffs, Iowa, in his sister's plot. His casket, Morse wrote, bore a ten-gallon hat, the gift of his friend, movie star Tom Mix. - Harry E. Chrisman, 10245 W. 14th Avenue, Denver, Colorado, 80215. [caption under pictures] Harry Chrisman's photo collection includes R.R. Doubleday's photo of Bonnie Grey on King Tut at left. Though Doubleday photographed the Scottsbluff, Nebraska, rodeo in 1922, the only photos of that event that Chrisman has found so far were taken by C.F. Smith, such as the one of Phil Yoder at right.
Misc Info: Clipping of article by Chrisman about Ralph Doubleday and his rodeo photos. Two rodeo pictures, one by Doubleday and the other by C.F. Smith.
Subject: Ralph Doubleday photos Council Bluffs, Iowa rodeo
Willard Porter Denver Post's Empire Magazine
"Shooting the Rodeo" rodeo arena automobile cowboy
True West Tom Mix Harry Chrisman Denver, Colorado
Scottsbluff, Nebraska C.F. Smith Ralph Stephenmier
Phil Yoder American Legion Roy Rasch Bonnie Grey
George Woodward Forres "Cowboy" Richardson
Ed Wright Pinky Gist "King Tut" horses fence gate
rodeo clown Rusty Morse Arvada, Colorado
spectators trees Phillip T. Smith, DVM
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