"Makers of Famous Cow Boy Saddles"
This Catalog has fifty-eight different saddle models, bits, spurs, chaps, pistol holsters, cartridge belts, bridles, gloves, bags, leather cuffs, spur straps, rowels and more.
It's not hard to spot a S.D. Myres creation. The distinctive patterns are unmistakable and a great addition to any collection.
A little S.D. Myres History
Born on November 22, 1871 in Johnson County, Texas, Samuel Dale Myres was the son of David Rittenhouse and Mary Jane Dale Myres.
The oldest of six children, Myres opened the S. D. Myres Saddle Company in Sweetwater, Texas, in 1898. He was involved in many civic organizations including serving as president of the Sweetwater Commercial Club, serving on the local school board from 1914-1915, and being the mayor of Sweetwater from 1908-1911.
In 1920, Myres moved his company to El Paso, Texas. The company became famous for its superior craftsmanship and Myres mingled with many famous western actors and personalities of his day. In 1953, Myres passed away and was buried in El Paso.
Below is a saddle made for D. C. Jackling, President of the Ray Consolidated Copper Co. Mines, of San Francisco, California. One of the most beautiful saddles Myres ever made. The order date of this saddle helped to determine the age of this amazing catalog.
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