John Means founder of Y-6 Ranch, bares the trophy bear claw he killed south of Van Horn
Moorehouse brothers ride with dad 1950.
Alf Means (right) siblings and other prize possessions
M.O. (Bug – my grandfather), Huling M., John Z., my great grandfather Cole A., and Sam Means – signed, John Means
Cattle Buyers For Armour
Keith Bridwell, Fort Worth Stockyard hand in the 1960s.
Cattle Raisers Association dues, 1908
Stockyards roping team, 1948: Murrell Reese, Wayne Stewart, Mike Ward, J.R. Bettis, J.D. Tadlock, and Windy Ryon.
Train loaded with horses and mules in the Stockyards, 1917
April Bonds – Break Time, 1987
G.D. Scott, 1910
J.P. Bryan hunting on his ranch.
Payroll list, 1922
White Corral, Chambers County
International Brahman Show 1971, Edgar and Bubba Hudgins judging right
Port City Stockyard, 1951
Bodie and Mickey Means, 1970
Y-6 Ranch Branding
Ft. Stockton, 1954
Alf, Ruth and friend Y-6 Ranch 1943
Stockyards National Bank
Coleman Locke, President of JD Hudgins, Inc
Teresa Burleson, Director of Ft. Stockton Stockyard Museum
Reading at Ranch
Bill White, 6th generation rancher in Chambers County
J.D. Scott article, “Cowboy Ropes Wolf”
Missouri City, 1908
J.D. Hudgins and first grandchild Nettie, 1911
Ella Hudgins 1924 with bull Rodrigo imported from Brazil