The ‘Three Amigos’ photographed above are the Grey brothers:
Zane, R.C. and Lewis, ca. 1913
Zane Grey (Jan. 31, 1872 - 1939) is of course famous as a writer of Westerns such as Riders of the Purple Sage (1912), mythologizing the Old West. He wrote 100s more, and they in turn spawned at least 110 films, screwing with young boys’ heads all over the world…
Grey was a dentist practicing in New York City and did not see the real West until 1907 when he went mountain lion hunting along the north rim of Grand Canyon. After his successes as a writer freed him from his day job, he spent more and more time indulging his real passion: fishing…

The ‘Three Amigos’ photographed above are the Grey brothers:

Zane, R.C. and Lewis, ca. 1913

Zane Grey (Jan. 31, 1872 - 1939) is of course famous as a writer of Westerns such as Riders of the Purple Sage (1912), mythologizing the Old West. He wrote 100s more, and they in turn spawned at least 110 films, screwing with young boys’ heads all over the world…

Grey was a dentist practicing in New York City and did not see the real West until 1907 when he went mountain lion hunting along the north rim of Grand Canyon. After his successes as a writer freed him from his day job, he spent more and more time indulging his real passion: fishing…

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