Dr. Haque gives an overview of the Arab troupe of Buffalo Bill’s Congress of Rough Riders participation in the Wild West.
Originally published in Points West magazineWinter 2008 A Public Monument: Theodore Roosevelt, Rough Rider By Stuart GunnFormer Assistant Registrar, Whitney Western Art Museum’s 50th Anniversary Unless otherwise noted, all photographs are gifts of A. Phimister Proctor Museum with special thanks to Sandy and Sally Church. If public monuments must meet two requirements, that they be […]
The plaster sculpture that serves as the focal point for the Proctor Studio is Alexander Phimister Proctor’s cast for his monumental bronze, Rough Rider, 1922. In this work, Proctor memorializes Theodore Roosevelt as the courageous colonel who led the charge up San Juan Hill during the Spanish American War. Alexander Phimister Proctor was born in […]