Yeehaw! Rodeo circuit photos of riders from rodeos in Arizona, California, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Ohio, New York, Delaware, Mexico, etc. This scrapbook, put together by Jack "Pecos" Whatley, a rodeo circuit cowboy. It documents his co-riders and friends traveling around the country. Amazing snaps of bull riders mid-fall and mid-ride, cowgirls, rolling desert hills and horses, livestock, desert towns, soldiers and barracks at Abilene, Texas, Ft. Sill, etc. General rabble-rousing cowboy life. Included are armband patches and numbers from riders, rodeo tickets, drawings, high school ephemera, etc. One newspaper clipping and photo tells of two fellow rodeo cowboys who confessed to participating in the brutal, drunken and deadly beating of an English sailor in a Manhattan hotel while in NY for a rodeo. The ornate leather cover has "Pecos" embossed on the front. It measures 10" x 13.25" and there are thirty-seven pages with about 160 photos and lots of terrific rodeo ephemera. Written on the inside cover is "Pecos Whatley, 12 61 - 19th St., Douglas, Ariz, June 22, 1941. The pages are all loose and several photos and ephemera are detached and a few have some tape on them. The condition has seen better days, but the content is amazing.