After the Lucille Mulhall Girl Ranger tour ended, Goldie joined the Miller Brothers 101 Wild West in San Francisco for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in 1915. As a member of the Miller Brothers 101 Wild West show, Goldie performed rodeo tricks and probably rode bucking broncos.

Her arena pass identified her as a “participant,” and her photo was taken in her typical rodeo attire: a striped shirt, silk scarf and big hat. Inside the pass were coupons for admission for each day.

Goldie got her start as a cowgirl with the Miller Brothers’ famous traveling 101 Wild West show in 1912.