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Dec. 16, 1929: “A Class for Beginners in the Arts of the Cowboys.” In Montana, a visitor to the OTO Homestead and Dude Ranch learned how to manage a bucking bronco. The image ran in the Mid-Week Pictorial. Photo: The New York Times

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    More about the OTO Homestead on wikipedia.
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