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Abstract This collection consists of the records of the Buffalo Bill Memorial Association covering the years from 1917-1974 and totaling 3 linear feet. The records have been divided into 8 series; Minutes & Agendas, General Board Correspondence, Acquisitions & Collections Records, Financial Records, H. Peter Kriendler Papers, Veterans' Housing Records, and Miscellaneous. Subseries have been created where necessary. They form Manuscript Collection 58 in the Harold McCracken Research Library...
Identifier: MS 050
Abstract The Buffalo Bill Historical Center established its Cowboy Songs and Range Ballads program in 1982 as an annual gathering of performers, students and scholars of western music. Its purpose was to encourage and enable participants to share songs, musical styles and techniques, and information; to encourage public performance by traditional cowboy singers and musicians; to provide a basis for field reserach leading to the discovery of traditional cowboy music; and to promote public awareness and...
Identifier: MS 201
Abstract This collection is a compilation of oral history interviews from persons in Cody, Park County, Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park, and the surrounding areas. Most of the recordings were created as part of an ongoing oral history effort of the McCracken Research Library, with others acquired by donation or through sharing of resources with the Park County Historical Society.
Identifier: MS 207
Collection — Box: MS228.01
Identifier: MS 228
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MS 249
Abstract Collection includes clippings, letterhead, photographs, letter from President Reagan, posters, ephemera and art design of a Frontier 737 done by master shooter Tom Frye.
Collection — Box: SC Box 2
Identifier: MS 266
Abstract This collection consists of a photographic album from the Dedication of the Plains Indian Museum in 1979.
Identifier: MS 365
Identifier: MS 416
Identifier: MS 439
Abstract The Plains Indian Seminar started in 1977, during the period before the opening of the Plains Indian Museum in 1979. This annual conference highlighted the culture and arts of the Plains Indian peoples. An international effort to promote the considerate study of Plains Indians by the academic, archaeological, historical, and sociology fields, the Seminar continued until 2007. The brainchild of George Horse Capture of the Gros Ventres, the original intention was for an international annual...