1930's OTTO GRAY'S MIDGET CATTLE,STILLWATER , OK OKLA. OKLAHOMA POSTCARD.Midget Cows Amaze Experts (Exclusive) - Stillwater, Oklahoma: "It's not the size that counts on Otto Gray's farm. His tiny bovine cud-chewers are the talk of the countryside, not only for their bulls (they're no taller than the average dog)." Otto Gray and His Oklahoma Cowboys have an interesting connection to American history. It seems that in 1924, a Billy McGinty who was one of Colonel Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders, decided to organize a band that became known as the Oklahoma Cowboy Band. Their aim was to bring "...back to the present generation the music and songs of the early days of the West." The members of the band were recruited from various ranches in the area and were lead and managed by Otto Gray and soon became quite popular in the nearby towns. Their fame grew and eventually caught the attention of radio station KFRU, which was a small radio station out of Bristow, Oklahoma and invited them to make their debut over the air. No date was given in the folio we had access to at this time.
At that same time, Otto Gray took over the group as Billy McGinty decided to retire to his ranch and also duties as a postmaster at Ripley, Oklahoma. Under Gray's leadership, they became known as "Otto Gray and His Oklahoma Cowboys." And later, they were reportedly appearing on other larger radio stations in the West and Middle West, but no mention was made.