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DILL

Anyone wishing to get more information on 101 should contact Mrs. CA Dill at PO Box 314, Isleta Pueblo Isleta, NM 87022. Husband worked on ranch. Also kept in contact with Anne Stradling. Stories a pleanty for this 90 year old.

2MRANSIER@MSN.COM

DEWITT

Looking for any information on B.G. DeWitt who died in the crash of his Stearman Bi-Plane in 1943 on the banks of the Arkansas River near Ponca City, Oklahoma.

BallroomDancer@scubadiving.com
10403-I Park Road
Charlotte, NC 28210
Daboll

I have an old saddle with the name of a Ted W. Daboll, and has tag on it that was given to him by the 101 ranch Bliss Ok. and with complaments of the Miller brothers, can u help me please

meine @att.net
Dupree
I am wondering if you might have some information on a relative of mine. Her name is Bess Dupree. I see her listed as an employee of the 101 Wild West Show in 1925. I was absolutely floored when I saw her name listed. I knew she had been with the ranch at one point in time but thats about it. She was a great aunt of mine and my father who is almost 80 years old now remembers her and also remembers seeing the show when he was a little boy. He says she used to do things with snakes.

I have recently become very facinated with The 101 ranch and most of all the White House which once stood so elegantly along the Salt Fork River. I did not realize how beautiful it was until I seen a photo of it and am still astounded at the realization that it is no longer there anymore. This is so sad! An absolute Tragedy! I fail to understand why the state or even the government did not take control of the situation and try to save more of the ranch when they had the chance. Instead they tore down the ranch and sold what they could. Then made it a National Historical Site after most of it was already gone.

I visit the site quite often and just love the whole idea of the self sufficiant community that it once was. I can only imagine what it must have been like to have seen the ranch first hand when it was still a working ranch and Wild West Show. I would appreciate any information you may have about the ranch and most of all Bess. My dad would be quite tickled to hear what you come up with.

Thank You Very Much,
Paul DuPree
p-dupree@sbcglobal.net


DEDRICK

My Great Uncle John V. Dedrick was a photographer in Oklahoma from 1892 - 1912 or so.  I have a copy of a postcard he produced of Lucille Mulhall at on of the Rodeos.  I found the card at the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.  Looking for any other photo postcards that he might have produced.  I will settle for color xerox copies if any cards are available out there.  Thanks

Txgramma@hotmail.com
Pam Ball
1336 Cedar Ridge Drive
Lewisville, TX 75067

Darlington

In reviewing the records on the web for the 1925 members of the 101 Wild West Show we noticed an R. Smith listed. We have family history that a relative that went by two names, Robert Alonzo Smith and/or Jack Darlington was in the 101 Wild West Show after he left P.T. Barnum's circus. We were hoping that this would be the same person. The web site said that you have job Category and Title information of each person available, and we were hoping that R. Smith is our missing Robert Alonzo Smith. Any information you can give would be appreciated.

Thank you very much.

Laura Dalrymple

obruni@juno.com


DEAR

Jesse DEAR info wanted.
Am trying to locate any information on a Jesse Dear who, as a boy performed as a trick rider an roper for the 101 Ranch shows. ANY information appreciated.

Kay Harrison
Toledo, OH

Hank Darnell

Searching for info./stories
Dear Readers...
My name is Greg Joy. I am the grandson of one of the 101 "oldtimers", trick rope champion, Hank Darnell. It was through the oldtimers and Miller Bros. website that I have learned the most about my grandfather. If you have any info., stories or even any leads on where Hanks family resides today, please let me know.

gregjoydesign@mail.dk

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