Limited Edition commemerative photo book, black and white, unpaginated, filled with black and white photographs documenting Cattlemen's Days, as well as short written pieces about the history of the event.
Official Program for Cattlemen's Days 1982, cover artwork by Stan Mohr, signature by Harry Miller, containing program of events, advertisements, local history articles, biographies of cattlemen's days royalty, parade marshals, and top competitors, descriptions of rodeo events, and photographs.
The 2nd issue of Three Wire Winter includes Ellen Millsap, Minnie Hertzog, Lila Allen, Lucy Marshall, Doc Marshall, Curtis Zabel, Lewis Phillips, Dorothy Wither, Josephine Whitmer, and a feature article on Mt. Harris.
The 13th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Mary Calhoun, Billy Kidd, Michael Blackett, Jack Schwan, Jan McNeal, Dave Wallace, David Bedell, Glenn Werner, Paul Stettner Sr., Gordy Wren, Rudi Schnackenberg, Bob Krear, and a feature article on the 10th Mountain Division.
The 12th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Claudius & Jon Banks, Earl Bedell, Jeff Davis, Gary Crawford, Chris McNeil, Doc Utterback, Frank & Winton Brophy, and Ann Rich, as well as featured articles on the Tread of Pioneers Museum and Winter Carnival.
The 16th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Marcellus Merrill, Floyd Montgomery, Richard H. Gilbert, Gertrude Campbell, George Tolles, Sven Wiik, and Dude Todd, as well as featured articles on dowsing, and on the history of Brooklyn and law enforcement.
The 4th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Ralph Belton, Ellen Winchell, Josephine Yoast, Marie Stender, Joe Blandford, Fred Foster, Clay Monson, and feature articles on the Ski Band, KFMU, and Routt County old-time routes.
The 17th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Gloria Gossard, Elisabeth Schnackenberg, Roy Stuble, Jim Hicks, Gene and Maxine Flaharty, Richard Soash and feature articles on the Steamboat Ski area and the Pine Grove Restaurant.
The 10th issue of Three Wire Winter features William Aloysius Yeager, Larry Kaminski, Doak Walker, Walt Barns, Robin Olds, Don Valentine, Chapmen Theil, Daniel Jenkins, Si Lockhart and Dee Richards. It includes articles about the Steamboat Repertory Theatre, the art of canning, and The Unique Shop.
The 14th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Ruth & Heinz Shirr, Wayne & Helen Light, Doc Utterback, Ted Cordova, Shorty Hamidy, J.C. Trujillo, Pete Gorrell and Winston Spangler with a featured article on the McGregor Mine.
The 5th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Jean Wren, George Sauer, Clarence Wheeler, Michelle Bernades, Sven Wiik, Florence Brown, Katherine & John Sandelin, as well as feature articles on horse breeding, chariot racing, skiing, the Winter Special Olympics.
The 1st issue of Three Wire Winter includes Wayne Light, Bill Higbee, Ralph "Snowball" Marion Herberlee, Elsie Franz, Thelma West, Beulah Combs, and Grace Leukens, as well as remedies, recipes, and a feature article on the Remington Strawberry.
The 6th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Jorge Torruella, Jeff Simon, Esther DelliQuadri, Jeff Steber, Monte Bell, Anthony Matthews, Vernon Summer, Katherine Harwig, Lewis Phillips, Bob Hurd, Joe Blandford, Mabel Meyrs, Bob & Elaine Gay, Ernest "Dude" Todd as well as feature articles on stained glass construction, hang-gliding and Harwigs.
The 15th issue of Three Wire Winter includes Chuck & Jan Harrington, Eleanor Bliss, Margaret Rossi, Bill Hall, Si Lockhart, Dr. Earl Smith, Gertrude & Walt Webber, Keith Selbe, and Ardys Brookshire as well as a featured article on Stephens College/Perry Mansfield.
The 22nd issue of Three Wire Winter includes Jay Muhme, Delmar Coyner, Mike Middleton, Ty Zabel, Jerry and Rusty Nay, Elaine Gay, Roger Jensen, Ross Kelly, and Wendy Decker, as well as feature articles on the Volunteer Fire Department and the City Police.
The 23rd issue of Three Wire Winter includes a dedication to the memory of Dorothy Wither, interviews with Jim "Moose" Barrows, Dave Whittlesey, Stan Whittemore, Eleanor Bliss, Janet DeGroff, Lorraine Arkind, Lloyd Monger, Mike Barry, Jupiter and Barbara Jones, and feature articles on The Arts and Humanities Center, Quilting, Dr. Frederick Willett, the Chief Theater, and the Steamboat Powder Cats.
The 19th issue of Three Wire Winter magazine includes Zella Mae Williams, Vern Grecco, Pete Wither, Richard Soash as well as feature articles on the Fat Chance Antique Shop, arrowhead hunting, the Hayden Speedway and hot air ballooning.
The 7th issue of Three Wire Winter includes, "Little" Dave Shoffner, Alma Baer, Hazie Werner, George & Frances Wheeler, Nellie Soash as well as feature articles on solar heating, childhood games, the Cabin Hotel, a Routt County gun collection, country schoolhouses, and a letter from the editor.