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Arizona Bolo Ties have the designation of being the Official State Neckwear of Arizona
. Worn across the Western United States since the early 1900s, bolo ties began as a Native American accessory before becoming the recognizable and well-loved state neckwear of Arizona, Texas and New Mexico. Victor Cedarstaff, of Wickenburg Arizona, long considered the father of the bolo tie, filed a patent for his "SLIDE FOR A NECKTIE," in May 1954, and it was issued in July 1959. While he was a successful self-promoter as the originator of the bola tie, and his story is found everywhere bola ties are mentioned today, one museum curator suggests that many people have laid claim to that title over the years. The bola tie was designated the official neckwear of Arizona in 1973 (also the state tie of New Mexico and Texas). Bola ties are widely associated with Western wear and fashion.
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