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Walt Goldsmith

Saddlery-Saddle Maker

Born in western Colorado, Goldsmith worked for the Newton Brothers in Vernal, Utah before moving to San Francisco and the Visalia Company. In 1942 Goldsmith took over the Olsen-Nolte shop. Described in They Saddled the West as a “top-notch craftsman with imagination and ingenuity, few had a better background for qualifying as a saddle maker.”


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