Although most of Charles Belden's (1887-1966) photographs were posed or staged, this is a real image of Jack Rhodes rescuing a calf during a blizzard and is indicitive of the hard cowboy way of life in Wyoming. The Rescue, c.1920-1930, is a dramatic, but empathetic, photograph that has been an inspiration to many cowboy artists. From the Charles Belden Collection, McCracken Research Library. Dimensions for this quality print are 19"W X25"H.
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