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Beemer

Beemer

Beemer 150 150 ctx

Creator: Lola Beemer
Dates: 1880s
Quantity: 1 inch
Accession: H0000.001

Biography

Jesse Beemer (March 24, 1887 – April 2, 1952) owned a ranch outside of Chattanooga, Oklahoma, where he farmed and raised horses, mules, and short-horn cattle. Over the course of his life he went hunting with President Theodore Roosevelt and worked for “Buffalo Bill” Cody as a trick roper, bronc rider, and bulldogger.

The Beemer Photographs consists of three mounted photographs. One is a cattle branding scene and the others are homestead scenes.

This collection was gifted to the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum on September 13, 1965, by Lola Beemer. The Beemer Photographs have been digitized and are available to view on the Online Image Database.

There are no restrictions on this collection. It is available for research.

Beemer Photographs, 1880s, Box # Folder #, Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Box Folder Folder Title / Description
1 1 Photographs, 1880s
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