[Baker, J.]. My Pony : A Poem. Philadelphia: Published and sold by Wm. Charles, 1818.
December 19, 2012
Selection of images of rodeo riders from Beinecke collections. Many more in: WA Photos 314 and WA Photos 58
August 12, 2011
Mexican cart in the courtyard or garden of the "Ramona" house in San Diego. Photograph taken by  Frederick Samuel Dellenbaugh, 1929 Sept. One horse picketed. Photograph taken by Walter McClintock, undated
February 1, 2011
A letter written on an illustrated flyer advertising Dr. Carver's High-Diving Horse, Klatawah!, and the Girl in Red, a popular fairground attraction that began in the 1880s and lasted through the mid 20th century, with a changing cast of performers. William "Doc" Carver's daughter-in-law, Sonora became a fixture on Atlantic City's Steel Pier, and her memoir became the basis for the film Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken.
May 20, 2010
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