A biography of bronco buster Goldie GriffithNavigation
After the Lucille Mulhall Girl Ranger tour ended, Goldie joined the Miller Brothers 101 Wild West in San Francisco for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915. As a member of the Miller Brothers 101 Wild West show, Goldie performed rodeo tricks and probably rode...Read More
Goldie posed in woolly chaps for a photo with a Mrs. Johnson when she was touring with the Lucille Mulhall Girl Rangers. Cowgirls were often invited to society events when their Wild West shows came to town, and city women wanted to have their pictures taken with the famous...Read More
A true story of a professional athlete, rancher, movie actor, and bronco buster
It was a great ‘read,’ and as a western historian, I could not believe that I had never heard of Goldie Griffith Cameron…she certainly deserves to be recognized as more than a bit player in the overall story of the West in times past.” –Alvin G. Davis, President-Chairman, National Cowboy Symposium & Celebration more reviews
The gallery includes some pictures from The Last of the Wild West Cowgirls, and some that have recently been found.