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Overview

The Best of the James J. Wheat Spur Collection

Some of the best examples from the large collection of spurs and bits amassed by James. J. Wheat. The exhibit is in the Mary Belle Macy Gallery and opened on June 7, 2008. Read More


Tobacciana

An exhibit of vintage tobacco paraphernalia from the collections of the NRHC.  The exhibit opened in the Stevens Gallery on July 26, 2008. Read More


Tooter Cannon Saddle Shop

Artifacts from the CW "Tooter" Cannon Saddle Shop in Dickens, Texas. Tools and equipment have been arranged in the Christine DeVitt Gallery to faithfully recreate Tooter's shop where he created beautiful and durable boots and saddles. The exhibit opened in the Christine DeVitt Gallery on May 24, 2008. Read More


Better Than Bareback:  A Century of Saddles

Thirty-one saddles from institutions and collectors from Texas and New Mexico. The exhibit features fine examples of the saddle maker's art over the course of 100 years. The exhibit opened in the Main Exhibit Gallery on May 24, 2008. Read More

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Podcast

Podcasts

The NRHC offers patrons a growing list of digital media productions ranging from exhibit materials to interviews with people from the ranching community. Read More.


Burk Burnett Library and Reading Room

The Burk Burnett Library and Reading Room offer a growing collection of books and periodicals on ranching as well as a pleasant environment for research. Read More.

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