My dad has labeled this as taking place on the Flying H but that's all the identification I can offer. Oh, and I say this only because that is the only name listed, the camp cook was called "Nigger" George. Any clue what his real name was is welcome.
Another group of Flying H cowboys, names unknown, late 1920s thru 1930s. West of Artesia NM, foothills of the Sacramento mountains.
The man in the hat may be my grandfather Bill Brown, no idea who the girl is next to him.
This picture may include Thelma or Frankie Yost in New Mexico in the 1930's. I don't know who these women are. The girl on the far right MAY be one of my grandmother's little sisters Thelma or Frankie Yost. Grandmother was living on the Flying H ranch west of Artesia NM with my grandad who was a ranch hand.
Looks like same location as other cooks pictures.
2 guys in dark uniforms, officers? Several women, supposedly cooks as not wearing nurses caps.
2 guys with a Shetland. Looks like corrals.
Soldier with a cigarette in mouth & feet on table. Looks like a house without neighbors nearby.
looks like 4 army soldiers to me. Can the branch of service be identified? Does anyone recognize the corral?
Woman in front step of house with number 106.