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Willard J. Page ExhibitWith his wife Ethel, he went on-the-road in their "motor home" going from town to town showcasing his wares in the early 1900s. Willard J. Page traveled the Southwest bringing hustle and a clever marketing scheme that blended his artistic talent with a novel production style and demonstrated passion for capturing the American Wests's natural beauty. Setting up his easels on railroad platforms, he would paint his vision of the Southwest in an assembly-line production mode, and sell his "baggage-sized" original oils to train travelers eager to grab a memento... Read More
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Geronimo and Wyatt Earp: More Similar Than You Think
By Leo Banks
Wyatt Earp and Geronimo came of age on the Arizona frontier at roughly the same time, and their reputations have lived on into the 21st Century, becoming our biggest Wild West celebrities.
But they’re rarely talked about together. Did these legendary men have anything in common? Surprisingly, yes.Read More