Originally published in Points West magazineSpring 2020 How I Got That Shot: Horse’s Head Lunar Eclipse By Mack Frost As a photographer, I have always been fascinated with landscape and […]
McCracken Research Library
Find out what goes on in the Center of the West's McCracken Research Library and get an insider's look at the incredible photographs, archives, and manuscripts housed and processed by the library's staff—who are still making some amazing finds within the collections.
Rare Books & Archives When I see a collection of books, I see knowledge. I see history. I see an intellectual economy. I see more than just the paper and ink […]
The Buffalo Bill Center of the West’s Eric Rossborough, our McCracken Research Library’s Associate Librarian and Senior Cataloger, joined Ramsey Russell, host of the “Duck Season Somewhere” podcast, for a […]
When Monte Skinner was seven years old, he was given the chore of catching baby antelope. Since I’ve been in Wyoming I’ve become used to hearing stories of children being […]
Tri Robinson was in his second year as a schoolteacher. He had overcome a learning disability to get through college and now he was faced with a classroom full of […]
In 1903, when Hal Evarts was fifteen years old, he and a friend made camp on the Arkansas River. “Fur sign was plentiful,” he wrote, “and one afternoon we put […]