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Cowboy

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Cowboy

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A cowboy mounted on his pony is seen in right profile. His head is turned from the observer. Mountains in the background.

Cowboy

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Rectangular, with rounded corners and sides, featuring raised decoration of cowboy on bucking horse, reins in his left hand, whip in raised right hand, to left is hat flying off his head. Reverse side undecorated. Hinge on side. Striker on bottom.

Cowboy

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Cowboy cooking

Anacostia Community Museum Archives
This image forms part of Hector Bazy manuscript, which documents Bazy's life as an African American cowboy throughout the Southwest prairies. Also included are two camp songs.

A Cowboy Race

National Museum of American History

Cowboy accoutrement

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A paper for children or a den. Imitation wood paneled background hung with Western objects, including a bandana, a cowboy boot, branding irons, a rifle, a saddle, a yellow cowboy hat, and horse shoes. Printed in red, turquoise, lime green and white on a beige ground.

"Midnight Cowboy"

National Museum of American History
This sheet music is for the song “Midnight Cowboy,” with music by John Barry. It was published by United Artists Music Company and Barwin Music, Inc. in New York, New York in 1969. This song was featured in the 1969 United Artists film Midnight Cowboy, directed by John Schlesinger and starred Dustin Hoffman and Jon Voight. There is an image of American duo pianists Ferrante & Teicher, who had a popular version of this song in 1970.

Midnight Cowboy

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
1993-151-237a - Letterhead - The Midnight Cowboy design color scheme is composed in black ink on yellow paper. A logo centered at the top of the page features a silhouetted steer in the center, placed between the letter M on top and the letter C on bottom, both surrounded by a pinpoint dot on each side; the whole is enclosed within a double-bordered diamond shape. Aligned with the logo, just above the bottom edge, Midnight/ Cowboy, imprinted in sans serif style capitals, is followed underneath by three lines of the address and telephone number and a final line, A Division of Marabbedan, Inc.

1993-151-237b - Envelope - In the top left hand corner, Midnight Cowboy, underscored by a thin line, is imprinted in the same font as on the letterhead. The upper point of the logo's border intersects this line. On the bottom left, the two line address is aligned with the center of the logo.

1993-151-237c - Label - A larger version of the diagonally shaped logo features the steer, centered between Midnight and Cowboy, which is followed beneath by the address on three lines. The whole is enclosed within a single border, thicker than in the letterhead version.

1993-151-237d - Business card - On coated cardboard, the design, positioned vertically and occupying the whole space, is composed of the letterhead logo, followed underneath by Midnight/ Cowboy, underscored by a thin line, with the three line address and telephone number beneath.

1993-151-237e - Gift Certificate -Recto: The color scheme is reversed, with yellow ink on coated black cardboard. The logo is centered top to bottom on the right; on the left, Midnight/ Cowboy, underscored, is followed underneath by the three line address and telephone number.

Cowboy Boots

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Cowboy Smoking

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Indian Cowboy

National Museum of the American Indian

Navajo Cowboy

National Museum of the American Indian

Cowboy "Chinks"

National Museum of American History

Cowboy Bookend

National Museum of American History

Cowboy Bookend

National Museum of American History

Cowboy standing in corral

Anacostia Community Museum Archives
This image forms part of Hector Bazy manuscript which documents Bazy's life as an African American cowboy throughout the Southwest prairies. Also included are two camp songs.

Cowboy herding cattle

Anacostia Community Museum Archives
This image forms part of Hector Bazy manuscript which documents Bazy's life as an African American cowboy thorughout the Southwest prairies. Also included are two camp songs.

Cowboy smoking cigarette

National Museum of American History

cowboy on rearing horse

National Museum of American History

Cowboy cooking over fire

National Museum of American History

Three cowboy models

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 13 x 20 cm.

Item is a copyprint.

Hawaiian cowboy saddle

National Museum of American History
The Hawaiian cowboy saddle is what many paniolos, or Hawaiian cowboys, used when they were riding their horses. Saddles are used as a seat to ride horses. The Hawaiian saddle was influenced and fashioned under the Spanish and Texan style saddles of the 1850s. This particular saddle was donated and used by a paniolo cowboy named Masatsu “Masa” Kawamoto from his BO ranch. Masa has stated that he believes the fundamental difference between the Hawaiian style and the Western style is the Hawaiian style is bigger and has a better curve built into it. This saddle is made from leather and rawhide that covers the cantle or poe (the raised back part of the saddle), which is usually made out of wood. This particular saddle was donated and used by the? paniolo cowboy named Masatsu “Masa” Kawamoto from his BO ranch.

Cowboy and Lasso

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Oblong, curved sides and corners, featuring raised decoration of bust of cowboy in profile surrounded by long, intertwined lasso; he has mustache, hat with chin strap, long scarf knotted at front, lasso is looped five times beneath, one long, attenuated loop above, one strand of rope extends around to reverse side of matchsafe, incised monogram R.G.P. Jr. on reverse. Lid hinged on side. Striker in recessed groove on bottom.
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