A Filipino man on horseback stops in a camp for a 1901 Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show among several other riders from varying nationalities, including Native Americans, Mexican vaqueros, American cowboys and cavalrymen from several countries. The Filipino man wears a light-colored uniform and a straw hat tied under his chin. The Native American man in the left midground wears a feather headdress and a loincloth and holds a spear. Two teepees are set up in the left background. A Mexican vaquero wearing a sombrero and a dark, bolero jacket is stopped next to an American cowboy in the right midground. A cavalryman in the right center background wears a helmet and carries a flag, possibly the British flag. The men are members of Buffalo Bill’s Congress of Rough Riders of the World.