Ellensburg Rodeo 1956
From Maurice Blackson
Ellensburg Rodeo, which takes place every Labor Day weekend. Shows rodeo events such as bronc riding, trick and fancy riding and rope spinning, calf roping, steer wrestling, bareback riding, rodeo clowns, rodeo queen and her court, and Yakima, Wenatchee and Nez Perce tribes. Also shows parade on Main Street featuring floats, Indian dancers, mounted posses. Writer and narrator: George Prescott. Photographer: Fred Milkie. Director: Noel Johnson. Producer: Don McQuade.