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Estes Park Fairgrounds, part of the entertainment : Indian actor Cochise and Chano "El Coyote," flanked by El Jebel Bouloul clowns and Ogalala Sioux Indians, this 3R show broke all attendance records.

Publisher: 1958 July.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Picture : No Linguistic Content
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Syrian American actor Michael Ansara, "Cochise" from the TV series "Broken Arrow," wears long hair and is dressed as a North American Indian in leather leggings, moccasins, a headband, and a bowie knife at the Estes Park fairgrounds in Larimer County, Colorado. Ansara stands with a man identified as Chano or "El Coyote," Chano holds a lariat and wears a charro outfit with chaps and a vest decorated with conchos, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photographic prints
Imaged
Named Person: Michael Ansara; Michael Ansara
Material Type: Graphic, Picture, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Internet Resource
OCLC Number: 57228546
Notes: Title and identification from printed inventory titled: "Roundup Riders of the Rockies, pictorial history," prepared by Steve Matthews.
"135-8" inked on photographic print and on verso.
Description: 1 photographic print ; 20 x 25 cm. (8 x 10 in.)

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Syrian American actor Michael Ansara, "Cochise" from the TV series "Broken Arrow," wears long hair and is dressed as a North American Indian in leather leggings, moccasins, a headband, and a bowie knife at the Estes Park fairgrounds in Larimer County, Colorado. Ansara stands with a man identified as Chano or "El Coyote," Chano holds a lariat and wears a charro outfit with chaps and a vest decorated with conchos, and an embroidered sombrero. The men pose with two clowns from the El Jebel Bouloul shrine. The men are performers in a Roundup Riders of the Rockies show on the group's annual trail ride. Ogallalla Sioux men, women and children, also performers, stand nearby.

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