Los Angeles, Seattle and London: Autry Museum of Western Heritage In Association With University of Washington Press, 1996. Susan Einstein. First edition. Hardcover. 223pp. Quarto [31 cm] Black cloth over boards with silver lettering on the spine and front cover. Minor wear to edges of dust jacket. Fine / near fine. Item #58434
Photography by Susan Einstein. Inscribed by James H. Nottage on the half title page to Buffalo Medicine publisher, Ernie Bulow. From the dust jacket- "Edward H. Bohlin almost single-handedly developed the style of equipment- gun belts, spurs, saddles and buckles- that helped to dress and thus visually identify such noted film heroes and horses as Hopalong Cassidy and Topper, the Lone Ranger and Silver, Roy Rogers and Trigger, and the Cisco Kid and Diablo. Many of the grand silver-and-leather outfits that he created are still used to adorn both horses and riders in Pasadena's famed Tournament of Roses Parade."