Prescott, Arizona: Frontier Days Rodeo By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2020

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Prescott is a famous city in central Arizona known for historic Whiskey Row, the Sharlot Hall Museum, which documents the region’s pioneer-era history, and the Smoki Museum which exhibits artifacts from indigenous peoples of the Southwest. On July 4, 1888, Prescott, Arizona became the birthplace of professional rodeo when a group of merchants and professional businessmen organized the first formalized "cowboy tournament" and offered cash prizes. The rodeo has been one of the world's favorite cowboy tournaments ever since. Rendered by the award-winning artists of Anderson Design Group in the style of early 20th-Century travel posters, this classic design will look great as a framed print, canvas, metal sign, canvas banner, as a postcard or a notecard.

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