The Life and Times of Cowboy Artist Lyle Hardin, 1911-1980
Scope and Contents
Collection contains one unbound, 29 page copy of The Life and Times of Cowboy Artist Lyle Hardin, 1911-1980 written by Barbara J. Jeffries in 1993.
- Jeffries, Barbara J. (Creator, Person)
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Lyle Hardin was an artist and ranch hand born on September 8, 1911 in Iron County, Tennessee. He worked as a ranch hand across the United States and eventually, with his wife at the time, purchased Washoe Pines, a dude ranch in Washoe Valley, Nevada. The ranch was eventually sold to Richard and Maya Miller who founded the Foresta Institute for Ocean and Mountain Studies there. Hardin is well-known for his paintings depicting cowboys and scenes of the American West. He died in Reno, Nevada on September 15, 1980 and is buried in Banner, Missouri.
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Lyle Hardin (1911-1980) was an artist and ranch hand well-known for his art depicting cowboys and the American West. Collection contains one unbound copy of The Life and Times of Cowboy Artist Lyle Hardin, 1911-1980 written by Barbara J. Jeffries.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated by Barbara J. Jeffries in August 2014.
- Guide to The Life and Times of Cowboy Artist Lyle Hardin, 1911-1980
- Jessica Maddox
- February 2018
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