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Rodeo legend Fannie Sperry Steele, right, and her husband, Bill Steele, are pictured in 1916, posing with the belt and solid gold buckle that she won in Kansas City. Fannie is wearing her trademark calfskin split riding skirt.

Rodeo legend Fannie Sperry Steele, right, and her husband, Bill Steele, are pictured in posing with the belt and solid gold buckle that she won in Kansas City. Fannie is wearing her trademark calfskin split riding skirt.

Women of the west were different than the girls back home.

This is exactly how I picture women in the Wild West, drinking alcohol and carrying guns. I love how they still look classy with their skirts on

if his hat wasnt in his hand this picture just wouldnt be the same

Vintage Cowboy Photo - Kit McCrorey on Tropper, Belle Fourche, SD

Cowboy Boot, New Mexico  Photograph by Todd Gipstein, via NationalGeographic.com    I'm in love with the Old West!

Cowboy Boot Photograph by Todd Gipstein Sunset casts a spurred boot in silhouette in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Such icons of the Old West still have a proud place in everyday New Mexican life.

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