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Ellison ranching photographs, ca. 1885-1915.

Author: Jesse W Ellison
Edition/Format:   Image : Picture   Archival Material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Black-and-white photographs of family and friends depict ranching activity of the Ellison family. Many images deal with everyday life on the ranch including cattle branding, horseback riding, chuck wagon meals, slaughtering hogs, and herding cattle. There are turn-of-the-century images of family life including picnics, a woman reading, children, dolls and a tea set, a July 4, 1900 outdoor celebration including a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Named Person: Jesse W Ellison; Ellison family; George W P Hunt; Glenn R Ellison; Helen Duette Hunt; Al Sieber; Alchesay, Apache Chief; John Dazen
Material Type: Picture
Document Type: Visual material, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jesse W Ellison
OCLC Number: 46767104
Description: .25 linear ft. (1 box)

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Black-and-white photographs of family and friends depict ranching activity of the Ellison family. Many images deal with everyday life on the ranch including cattle branding, horseback riding, chuck wagon meals, slaughtering hogs, and herding cattle. There are turn-of-the-century images of family life including picnics, a woman reading, children, dolls and a tea set, a July 4, 1900 outdoor celebration including a piano, and girls feeding a bottle to a lamb. Family members depicted include Jesse Ellison, son Pearl Ellison, daughters Helen Duette, Denie, and Lena, grandson Slim Ellison, and friends Al Sieber, R.B. Sims, and the Campbell family. There are several views of hunting and wild game including Duette Ellison posed with shotgun and bear and two girls wearing ammunition belts. There are also photographs of Cibecue Apaches living near "Q" Ranch including men, women, and children, Alchisay, and medicine men Bosnic Lupe and John Dazen. Another image shows the top of the Snake Pit at the Arizona State Prison.

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