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Robert G. McCubbin

President

Wild West History Association

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Wild West History Association

P.O. Box 759

Apache, Oklahoma,73006

United States

Company Description

The Wild West History Association is dedicated to providing publications and forums for the enlightenment and enjoyment of its members, facilitating and encouraging research, study, writing, presentation, and preservation of the history and lore of the people,...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman of the Operating Section

Pacific Coast Gas Association


Affiliations

Buffalo Bill Historical Center

Advisory Board


The Washington Office on Latin America

Member


NOLA

Member


True West Magazine

Publisher Emeritus


Harold McCracken Research Library

Advisory Board Member


Education

engineering

Oklahoma State University


bachelor of science degree

mechanical engineering

Oklahoma State University


Web References(57 Total References)


WWHA | Board of Directors

wildwesthistory.org [cached]

Past President Robert McCubbin, Santa Fe, NM
Born and raised in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Bob became interested in the outlaws and lawmen of the West when he was a teenager. He read every book he could get his hands on and wrote every author whose address he could find. (There was no internet then.) Graduating in engineering from Oklahoma State University, he worked for El Paso Natural Gas Company for thirty six years. His work took him frequently all across the West, as well as to Algeria for two years. He served as Chairman of the Operating Section of the Pacific Coast Gas Association. During that time he also produced (with help from two wives) four children, who themselves have now produced six (plus one on the way) grandchildren for him. He retired from EPNG in 1999 as Vice President of Operations and moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico. His interest in the Wild West has never waned. His addiction to collecting books and original photos on the subject has lasted over fifty five years. He and his collections have been featured in Cowboys & Indians, Fine Books & Collections, Wild West, and True West magazines. His photos can be found in many books and they have been used in several documentary TV programs and movie DVDs. Bob has contributed Introductions and Forewords to several books, the earliest in the 1961 edition of John Wesley Hardin's autobiography and the latest being Lee Silva's second volume of "Wyatt Earp; A Biography of a Legend" and Howard Bryan's "Santa Fe Tales & More". In 1999 Bob and two friends purchased True West magazine and he served as Publisher for seven years. Now retired from the magazine, he is now designated as "Publisher Emeritus". He has served on the Advisory Board of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center McCracken Research Library for five years. A long time member of NOLA and WOLA, Bob has received the Lifetime Achievement award from WOLA and the Best Magazine Article award from NOLA. He participated in the investigation of the possibility of merging WOLA and NOLA and took part in the initial planning of WWHA, serving as president of the new organization for it's first three years.


RMBPF 2014 Exhibitors

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Bob McCubbin


Sunstone Press - Sample Chapter

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Facsimile of 1956 Edition with a New Foreword by Robert G. McCubbin
Robert G. McCubbin President, Wild West History Association


RMBPF 2014 Exhibitors

www.rmaba.org [cached]

Bob McCubbin


site.truewestmagazine.com

Robert G. McCubbin
Robert G. McCubbin "It is definitely Billy the Kid," says Robert G. McCubbin, Old West photo expert and president emeritus of the Wild West History Association.


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