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ONE COWBOY'S DREAM: JOHN B. KENDRICK, HIS FAMILY, HOME & RANCHING EMPIRE
By Cynde Georgen
(2004, Donning Company, 160 pp, softcover)
Written by longtime Trail End Superintendent Cynde Georgen, One Cowboy's Dream tells the compelling story of John B. Kendrick, a penniless orphan cowboy who rode the trail from Texas to Wyoming and into the Halls of Congress.
LETTERS FROM LONDON
By Rosa-Maye Kendrick Harmon
(1928, Printed by Mrs. John B. Kendrick, 266 pp, hardcover) - OUT OF PRINT
Written by the newly-married Rosa-Maye Kendrick Harmon, these letters - accompanied by numerous photographs - detail her life in 1920s London, where she was presented at court, watched Lindbergh arrive from Paris following his record-breaking solo flight across the Atlantic, and closed down a royal dance at Buckingham Palace!
THE EMPIRE BUILDERS: The Development of Kendrick Cattle Company
By Bucky King
(1992, By the Author, 190 pp, softcover) - OUT OF PRINT
Written by Sheridan County rancher Bucky King, this book details the growth of the KCC, provides considerable information on the many cowboys who worked for the Kendricks, and gives a detailed record of the company's many land acquisitions.
AMERICA'S CASTLES: Cattle Baron Castles
(1997, A&E Television Networks, DVD)
America's Castles is an A&E documentary series that showcased the most extraordinary and elaborate mansions, house and castles in America. This DVD features the castles of the Cattle Barons built at the turn of the 20th century, pointing out their marvelous architecture, fascinating individuality and custom made interiors. One of the castles featured in this video is Trail End, home of the Kendrick family of Sheridan, Wyoming.
This laser-cut wooden ornament featuring Trail End's front entrance is part of the WyoParks series issued by Wyoming State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails.