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Old West Pictures – Texas in the late 1800s

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I ran across some old western pictures cleaning out a storeroom awhile back.

I thought I would share some here over a few posts.

This house had dried buffalo hide for window coverings. Love the cats.

Talk about using your natural surroundings.

Settlers arriving to an early San Angelo Texas in 1868. I can hear it now…

“If it doesn’t fit in the wagon it doesn’t go!”

Bustling San Angelo 1880 Pioneer Parade. You can see the City Bakery, Schwartz & Raas, Pinoeer Drug Co., and Arc Light Salon storefronts. For those familiar with San Angelo, this is the northside of Concho Ave. at the corner of Concho and Chadbourne.