The Hitchcock Foundation

The Hitchcock Foundation is a nonprofit organization established in 1983 to preserve the Lobo Ranch located in Paulden, Arizona as a working ranch in perpetuity.

The Hitchcock Foundation’s primary goals are to carry on the way of life of the western ranch and the heritage of the American cowboy by providing a working ranch which is also a museum of western art that may be enjoyed by the public in a truly western setting.

The Hitchcock Team

Ed Hitchcock
Foundation President

Jack Ingrao
Ranch Manager

Melanie Phelps
Office Manager

The Hitchcock Philosophy

Conserving the heritage of the American Cowboy

To preserve for all time, the way of life of the western ranch and the heritage of the American cowboy and to maintain the Lobo Ranch as a working ranch in perpetuity.
Keeping the western way of life alive!

The Western Art Collection

To be enjoyed by the public in a true western setting

The Hitchcock Foundation and Lobo Ranch are to provide a suitable repository for the western art collection of Ed Hitchcock that he has collected over the years. Ed has willed his western art collection to the Foundation and it is to be displayed at Lobo Ranch, in order that it may be enjoyed by the public in a suitable and truly western setting.