This vintage cowboy design pillow cover is a souvenir of Thermopolis, Wyoming.
Thermopolis has a population of only about 3000 people but is an important tourist area with such attractions as the Hot Springs State Park, Wyoming Dinosaur Center, Wind River Canyon, and Boysen Reservoir. The"World`s Largest Mineral Hot Spring" is located in the Hot Springs State Park.
Officially Wyoming is the "Equality State;" unofficially Wyoming is known as the "Cowboy State." A cowboy on a bucking horse is used as a state symbol, the University of Wyoming athletic teams' logo, and appears on the Wyoming license plate and quarter coins. Other cowboy images appear on many souvenirs, including postcards. This vintage linen cowboy postcard was made by Curt Teich in 1939.