Outdoor Life was originally founded as a “magazine of the West,” and many of our older covers feature scenes of cowboy life on the frontier. In this October 1936 cover by Edgar Franklin Wittmack, the camp cook—clad in blue jeans, a red bandana, cow-hide vest, and black cowboy hat—raises the coffee pot and hollers for his crew. There’s bacon in the cast-iron skillet on the campfire and several rifles on the log beside it.
Cover art sourced directly from the Outdoor Life archive.
Museum-quality poster printed on premium matte paper.
Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
Shipped in sturdy packaging.
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