90 Years Ago – 1932 Old Timers Reunion

The 40th Anniversary of the opening of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Country held in Cheyenne April 19, 1932 attracted a crowd of 10,000 people. The parade was an outstanding feature of entertainment. This parade was led by Senator Alvin Moore attired as an Indian Chief. Then came 200 cowboys from western Oklahoma and the Texas Plains, then the oxen wagon freighter, the prairie schooner, buggies, women on horseback ridding side saddle, followed by the 1932 Queen of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Country, Hazel Cole, in a beautifully decorated auto. Again the Elk City Band furnished the music. This pageant, according…

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