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Western Home

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Jeff and Julie Albiniak sit at a hitching post they had made to be near the pool. The top of the hitching post was flattened to allow food and drinks to be placed on it.

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While the home is crammed tn nearly bursting with Western-themed pieces, the effect is largely comforting to someone who grew up in the time of movie and TV "horse operas."

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The living room area of the Albiniaks' home is filled with Western-themed pieces, including a Wenzel Friedrich antique cow-horn chair from the late 1800s.

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A guest bedroom pays homage to the cowgirl life.The framed art and documents on the walls include movie posters and other Hollywood documents.

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In the bathroom adjacent to the cowgirl bedroom is this 1880s clawfoot tub from an old Texas ranch house. It is nickel-clad and trimmed in oak.

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The cowgirl life has long captivated Julie Albiniak. This lamp is from the 1940s.

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The Albiniaks' 1930s midtown home is done nearly wall-to-wall in Western furniture, art, crafts and paraphernalia. Some is from the 1800s Old West, with much of the rest from the 1920s-, '30s- and '40s-era Hollywood version of those times.

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Sterling silver spurs with Indian heads, left, and an original cowboy hat worn by actor Buck Jones.

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Just as sure as "You don't pull the mask off that old Lone Ranger" there will be no flute-playing Kokopellis, neckerchiefed coyotes nor stick ladders-to-nowhere in Julie and Jeff Albiniak's midtown home.

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Black Bart the dead-eye gunman is a fixture in the Albiniaks' living-room area.

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