The Press: Frontier

Last week, a bronze-skinned buckaroo, with a flashing red neckerchief above his blue shirt, with shining leather chaparejos and crimson saddle-blanket, dashed up from a Western skyline on a snorting, piebald cow-pony. Standing in his stirrups, leaning over the pommel, swinging a great lariat as he came, he gallivanted right onto the country's newsstands, into peoples' hands, on to library, kitchen, schoolboy and other tables. He was a creation of the late Frederic Remington, famed cowboy-and-Indian portrayer. He was on the cover of The Frontier, a new adventure-story magazine offered to...

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