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The way it was: One Shot sculpture --1975

May 20, 2013 Staff

The 36th annual Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt was still months away in May of 1975 when officials of the organization greeted Wyoming Gov. Ed Herschler with a ...


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Gov. Ed Herschler accepted a bronze sculpture from officials of the Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt. From left, Past Shooters Club president Chuck Guschewsky, One Shot Antelope Hunt Club president </p><p>
Tom Hubbard, Gov. Herschler, sculptorJim Allard, and Harold Evans, who founded the Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt Club in 1940, pictured on May 15, 1975. File photo

Gov. Ed Herschler accepted a bronze sculpture from officials of the Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt. From left, Past Shooters Club president Chuck Guschewsky, One Shot Antelope Hunt Club president

Tom Hubbard, Gov. Herschler, sculptorJim Allard, and Harold Evans, who founded the Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt Club in 1940, pictured on May 15, 1975. File photo


Gov. Ed Herschler accepted a bronze sculpture from officials of the Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt. From left, Past Shooters Club president Chuck Guschewsky, One Shot Antelope Hunt Club president </p><p>
Tom Hubbard, Gov. Herschler, sculptorJim Allard, and Harold Evans, who founded the Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt Club in 1940, pictured on May 15, 1975. File photo

Gov. Ed Herschler accepted a bronze sculpture from officials of the Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt. From left, Past Shooters Club president Chuck Guschewsky, One Shot Antelope Hunt Club president

Tom Hubbard, Gov. Herschler, sculptorJim Allard, and Harold Evans, who founded the Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt Club in 1940, pictured on May 15, 1975. File photo

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