THE OLD WEST
INDUSTRY COMES WEST
The Old West / People / Famous People
Front reads, "Oct. 3, 1937 President Roosevelt with Major Kittrell,
Governor Ayers, and Senator Murray at Fort Peck Dam." Nothing on
reverse, never mailed.
Caption reads, "46. Chas. M. Russell on his 'cow pony' at his Log Studio,
Great Falls Mont."
Reverse of above right postcard reads, "Montana has one illustrious son in
the person of Chas. M. Russell, the true 'Cow Boy Artist.' He paints
Western Range life and Indians as no other artist has done. All his
friends call him 'Charley' and he is a prince of good fellows."
Attribution reads, "Kwality Co Great Falls Montana Published by Chas.
E. Morris Co., Great Falls, Mont. Made in U.S. A." No date, never mailed.
Front reads, "© 1952- Charles M. Russell (Self Portrait)" Signed, Complements (sic) of CM Russell [buffalo skull] 19(??)
Caption reads, "C. M. Russell, 'The Cowboy Artist.'" Postmarked April
11, 1910. Attribution reads, "W. T. Ridgley Calendar Co., Pub., Great
Reverse of above left postcard reads, "Charles M. Russell (1864-1926), Montana's famous Cowboy Artist, was the foremost interpreter of the life of the cowboy and Indian of the early
West. He lived among the Indians and was a cowboy in the open range
days before the coming of the railroad. This reproduction direct from
the original by C. M. Russell - fully protected by copyright."
Attribution reads, "Trail's End Post Card Trail's End Pub. Co. Inc., 725
Michigan Blvd., Pasadena 10, California" No date, never mailed.