Former stud poker "dummy" or "rakeoff man" Reverend McNab Wilson in 1932. He abandoned the gambling houses of Nevada to spread the good word to Blackfeet tribe members whether they wanted it or not. McNab is more annoying than "cowboy poets" who have their annual "slam on the range" discussed every year on NPR. This post also goes on the OLD TIME RELIGION blog.
Original Press Photograph 1932 Collection Jim Linderman
Labels: Cowboy Evangelist