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RAMED ON A RUGGED wall of Carla Harrison’s sprawling Oklahoma ranch you’ll find a number 31 bib from the 1967 National Finals Rodeo. It’s one of eight framed bibs she has, each worn between 1959 and 1969 at the NFR by rodeo legend Freckles Brown — her husband’s grandfather.

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