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Cowgirls at the 101 Ranch  ca. 1905-1910 (collection of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum)

Cowgirls at the 101 Ranch ca. 1905-1910 (collection of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum)

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Best known for her Western portraits, Carrie Ballantyne began drawing as a child -  "anything that would hold still long enough".

Best known for her Western portraits, Carrie Ballantyne began drawing as a child - "anything that would hold still long enough".

Awesome mother-daughter portrait from Life Magazine in 1955. Read more about their story here: http://quitecontinental.net/2011/05/24/life-archives-the-youngest-cowgirl-1955/

Awesome mother-daughter portrait from Life Magazine in 1955. Read more about their story here: http://quitecontinental.net/2011/05/24/life-archives-the-youngest-cowgirl-1955/

Frontier Days Cowgirl entrants (circa 1926). Left to Right: Bea Kirman, Fort Worth; Rose Smith, El Paso; Mabel Strickland, Walla Walla; Fox Hastings, Pendleton; Ruth Roach; Fort Worth; Florence Hughes, San Antonio.

Frontier Days Cowgirl entrants (circa 1926). Left to Right: Bea Kirman, Fort Worth; Rose Smith, El Paso; Mabel Strickland, Walla Walla; Fox Hastings, Pendleton; Ruth Roach; Fort Worth; Florence Hughes, San Antonio.

a smile goes with everything.   The code of her West " A short rope, a hot brand, and a sweet smile." Gladiola Montana

a smile goes with everything. The code of her West " A short rope, a hot brand, and a sweet smile." Gladiola Montana

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