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Ugly Coyote

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Bob Markworth and his wife Mayana being filmed at an archery clinic at Whittier Narrows, CA 1973. Hugh Rich taught Bob how to shoot.

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Interesting clear plastic arrow containers.

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Supposed to be Rube Powell, according to the description on the back of the photo. Don't recall seeing him using a hip quiver. What say you Jim?

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Nice shot of Babe Bitzenburger. She always was a sharp dresser.

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National Champion Larry Hughes obviously pleased with that shot.

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Fred Bear at an unknown event.

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Fred Bear's father with a young admirer, or perhaps a relative.

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The Bear Archery Mobile.

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Al Reader giving Fred a 1927 Doug Easton yew bow for the Bear Museum in 1988.

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Fred at the NFAA booth with Rita Boyle, Brad Starrett and next to Fred, NFAA president Pat Wingfield. About 1970.

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Vic Berger on the left and Ben Pearson in Pasadena, CA 1964. Anyone know who the lady is?

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Ben Pearson at his home in Pine Bluff, Arkansas.

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A Girl Scout and Boy Scout in Auburn, Alabama. Apparently they've been practicing.

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San Pedro, (CA) Archery Club. Can you spot Babe and Henry Bitzenburger? 14.jpg

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Ira, some fine photos to wake up to this morning.  For their age, I'm liking the quality of the photos themselves.  Thanks once again.
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Fred got his daddy's ears [biggrin]

Thanks for the trip back in time...
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Again some wonderful photos!  Thanks Ira.  Frank
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Ira:
Henry is second from the right in the next to last row. Babe is fourth from the left in the second row.

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Very interesting pictures, thanks.
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Ira, Rube Powell made and used (and sold) his side quivers in the 1960s and beyond.  They were "the best!"
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One of my fellow Bearstate Bowhunters members had a quiver like Rube Powell has on. He bought it from him in the mid 70’s. By that time according to my friend, Fred Pasarilla (sp) Mr Powell had them hand made In Mexico. A very beautiful piece of craftsmanship. Knowing Rube Powell if they weren’t made to his satisfaction there would have been hell to pay.
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