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Mollie Taylor Stevenson, Sr.

Growing up on the family’s 150-year-old ranch, Mollie learned every ranching task from working on windmills to branding cattle. After graduating from Fisk University, Mollie returned to the ranch to preserve her birthright. During the years of segregation, Mollie opened the ranch as a haven for black children who were barred from the city parks....

Mollie Taylor Stevenson, Jr.

Mollie Jr. grew up on the family ranch, Taylor-Stevenson in Houston, Texas, attended Texas Southern University, and worked as a professional model before returning to the ranch to preserve her family’s legacy. She founded the American Cowboy Museum, which is dedicated to the preservation and understanding of Western multicultural heritage and is designed to introduce...

Carol Rose

One of the first women to become a leader in the equine industry, Carol began competing in horse events as a child. She inherited her passion for horses from her mother, who taught her to ride and care for them as a basis for life lessons. A world champion in non-pro cutting horse competition, Carol...

Flores LaDue

The only cowgirl to claim three world championships for trick and fancy roping, Flores remained undefeated in the event. Growing up on a Sioux reservation, she began her career with a Wild West show and there met her husband, Guy Weadick. Together they organized and produced the first Calgary Stampede while operating a dude ranch...

Evelyn Cameron

Evelyn captured the history and spirit of early Montana with over 1800 photographs and 35 volumes of diaries. The daughter of a wealthy English family, she turned away from a genteel lifestyle to adopt the life of a Montana rancher. To make ends meet she turned to photography. While selling the pictures helped her financially,...