A group of cowboys hired for a Roundup pose by covered wagons and tents in Kaufman Meadow, Chaffee County, Colorado. Some sit on horseback, others lie on the ground and one sits in a wagon. Pictured left to right are: 1. Tom McQuade; 2. & 3. unidentified; 4. Chris Nachtrieb; 5. 6. & 7. unidentified; 8. Billy Cogan; 9. unidentified; 10. Bert DeWitt; and 11. unidentified. Kaufman Ridge is in the distance.
[between 1880 and 1890?]
Condition: spotting.; Title supplied and "Picture No 1" "about 1890" "Early day roundup crew near Kaufman Park, Kaufman Ridge in back ground" "chuck wagons and camp out fit typical of the times" "Left to right on horseback: 1)Tom McQuade - owned the "Salt Works" place near Antero Jct. Died last year at over 100 (1965); 2) & 3) unknown; 4)Chris Nachtrieb - charter member of Chaffee County Cattle and Horse Growers Assn. Nathrop area and post office named for his father who had first grist mill in area at site of Frank Fehling's house. Uncle of Salida Veterinarian Dr. M.J. Nachtrieb; 5)6)7) unknown; 8)Billy Cogan (with black hat and shirt) Uncle of Joe Cogan of Nathrop - brother of John (Jack Cogan President Chaffee County Cattle and Horse Growers Assn 1939-1946 Charter member same (1916); 9)unknown; 10)Bert DeWitt charter member Chaffee County Cattle and Horse Growers Assn - still living (1966) at Canon City, Colorado; 11)unknown" "Return to: Wendell F. Hutchinson D.V.M., Rt 1 Box 283, Salida, Colorado" "Picture given to Frank Fehling of Nathrop by Bert DeWitt" handwritten on back of mat board.; R7110022291
1 photographic print ; 20 x 25 cm. (8 x 9 1/2 in.) mounted on mat board 28 x 35 cm. (11 x 14 in.).