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    Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch: Program, Postcard & Booklet Souvenirs. Three souvenirs of the Miller Brothers' 101 Ranch. 1914 was a bad-luck year for the Miller Brothers. Trapped in Europe as World War I erupted, they lost more than money. All of their horses were confiscated for the allied war effort. But the following promotional pieces give no hint of trouble. First is a tri-fold postcard panoramic photograph of the cast and crew including Cossacks, scouts, vaqueros, soldiers, 28 Indians, the Parry Sisters and other cowgirls, cowboys in woolly chaps, the cowboy band, and Joe Miller himself. The picture is 3" x 15" and is mounted in a 7-1/4" x 19-3/4" frame. The second item is an unusual 32-page souvenir booklet of the 101 Ranch with lots of photographs of a big Oklahoma spread and including two pictures of Geronimo (from nearby Fort Bliss) and one of neighboring rancher Quanah Parker, the great Comanche chief. The third piece is a beautiful 40-page program for the "101 Ranch Real Wild West," difficult to find in such good condition.

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    December, 2012
    11th-12th Tuesday-Wednesday
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