A man falls off a horse in front of a small steer, during the Pendleton Round-Up. His horse can be seen at the left side of the frame, riderless, next to another person on a horse. An audience can be seen at the far side of the dirt arena (negative 3 of 17).
A bronc rider on horseback at the Pendleton Round-Up. The horse is rising upward, as the rider holds onto a rope with one hand. An audience can be seen at the far side of the dirt arena (negative 1 of 24).
A horse is tied to an automobile during an evacuation from a forest fire in the Mill Plain area. Another automobile is behind the first, and smoke can be seen in the air. Photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on Saturday, June 3, 1950 (negative 3 of 14).
A man in a cowboy hat leans down onto a roped calf at the St. Paul Rodeo. Next to him is another man on a horse, who is holding a flag in a raised hand. Spectators watch from the edges of the dirt arena, beyond which buildings can be seen (negative 5 of 5).
Riders on horseback gather in a dirt arena at the Molalla Buckeroo. A man in Native American garb is facing towards the camera holding an American flag on a pole. A crowd in bleachers can be seen in the distance (negative 7 of 7).
Two horse-drawn chuckwagons race on a dirt track during the 1940 Molalla Buckeroo. Men with long horse whips ride in the carts, kicking dust into the air. A crowd in bleachers can be seen along the sides of the arena (negative 1 of 3).
A woman rides a horse at the spring race meet for the Portland Hunt Club at Garden Home. She is holding what appears to be a metal bowl. In front of her, another woman stands at ground level holding folded papers. The rider uses one hand to hold the horse’s rein. Written on the negative is “Mrs. Omer Bonney - Sun Blanket” (negative 1 of 6).
Photograph showing riders on galloping horses at the 1950 Western Horse Show. The man at the front is carrying a United States flap on a pole, while the man behind carries another flag. In the background are other riders, automobiles, and horse trailers.
Photograph showing women wearing western boots and shirts on horseback in a field area during the 1950 Western Horse Show. In the background are automobiles and trailers on the left side of the image. Also visible are large lights and electric lines.
Photograph taken from a side angle showing a woman on a horse with decorative tack and saddle. In her hand is a "first prize" ribbon and a horse trophy. The initials "R.F." can be seen on her decorative stirrup cover. In the background is a painted wooden fence.
Photograph showing pairs of male and female riders at the 1950 Western Horse Show in an open field area. Large electric lights can be seen over the field, in addition to automobiles, trailers, and empty bleachers.
Photograph showing people on horseback in a field area during the 1950 Western Horse Show. Automobiles and trailers can be seen in the background behind and next to the riders, as well as utility poles and electric lines.
Photograph showing automobiles and trailers parked along an open field area at the 1950 Western Horse Show. In the foreground, three men sit or lean against an open truck bed, while riders on horseback can be seen in the background. Also visible are large lights, utility poles and electric lines.
Photograph showing men and horses standing on a trail cutting through a rocky slope. They are facing away from the camera and mounted. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-27” and “43.” Image note: “Sherrard, Cravey, Caldwell” written on negative sleeve).
Photograph showing men riding horses along a hillside trail. One of the men looks back towards the camera, while the others face forward on their horses, heading away. The hillside is steep with look rocks and foliage. Written on the negative is “E301.09-O-40” and “44.” (Packtrain: Harman, Peck, Caldwell, Ransom.)