Ralph R. Doubleday
Ralph Russell Doubleday (July 4, 1881 – June 30, 1958) was a renowned rodeo photographer in the United States. Rodeo historian and promoter Foghorn Clancy said Doubleday was the "undisputed World's Champion Rodeo Photographer". His work is featured at the Dickinson Museum Center including the museum's Guide to the Ralph R. Doubleday Rodeo Photographs and the traveling exhibit Doubleday's Cowgirls: Women in Rodeo.
Doubleday traveled the U.S. for 40 years photographing rodeos and making picture postcards. He ran a photo studio in Dickinson from 1914-1920. It became the Presthus and then the Horstman Studio.
- "Guide to the Ralph R. Doubleday Rodeo Photographs". Donald C. & Elizabeth M. Dickinson Research Center. Retrieved 2014-08-28.
- Ralph R. Doubleday with his camera, ca. 1945. Ralph R. Doubleday Rodeo Photographs 79.026.1850 Dickinson Research Center
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