‘Knife wielding, gunslinging cowboy’

This headline is both a comment and quote from Brent Liddle of Haines Junction. Well, all kinds of people have their beliefs and Larry (Cowboy) Smith has his.

This headline is both a comment and quote from Brent Liddle of Haines Junction.

Well, all kinds of people have their beliefs and Larry (Cowboy) Smith has his. And, as far your remark, “Let’s hope this Colourful Five Per Cent fades into oblivion” goes, I believe we’re here forever.

His email follows:

I find the full page photo December 16th in Jim Robb’s scrapbook of knife-wielding, gunslinging cowboy with a slain wolf hung by its feet anything but a “wonderful shot.” Let’s hope this Colourful Five Per Cent fades into oblivion – when conquering the last frontier meant killing everything in sight.

Brent Liddle

Haines Junction

Anyone with information about this subject, please write Jim Robb: The Colourful Five Per Cent Scrapbook – Can You Identify? c/o the Yukon News, 211 Wood Street, Whitehorse, Yukon, Y1A 2E4, or e-mail through the News website, www.yukon-news.com.

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