Here's a great photo of the legendary Mohave County cowman Tap Duncan and his cow crew at the Hackberry railhead in the early 1920s. Tap is sitting on the fence, third from right, in the big brim and glasses. Check out the tapaderos on the saddle horse, at center.
Photo courtesy of Jerry Marshall and his grandmother Myrtle Stowe Duncan.
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