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Identifier: MS 097
Abstract The International Cody Family Association Collection in the McCracken Research Library of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West is made up of letters, papers, photos and film that belonged to either members of the association or the association itself. This collection also contains newsletters, genealogical charts and records of CFA member as well as CFA publications.
Identifier: MS 273
Abstract This collection consists of boxes; one regular size and one oversize. Volume of collection is nine folders.
Collection — Box: MS286.01
Identifier: MS 286
Abstract Sixteen photo negatives of town scenes and people, including Buffalo Bill.
Identifier: MS 327
Abstract This collection consists primarily of items acquired by James W. Wojtowicz during the research for his book on Buffalo Bill’s Wild West collectables. These items are mostly dime novels, postcards, programs, and other ephemeral materials from the show.
Identifier: MS 391
Abstract Composed of several scrapbooks and a photo album compiled by and about Jack Rutherford
Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: MS 434
Abstract This collection consists of the album of Harry Miller, a ranger for the Shoshone National Forest. Miller accompanied Prince Albert I of Monaco and William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody on their famous hunt in 1913. The collection includes photographs taken by Miller, who served as a camp guard on the expedition. The collection also includes manuscript items related to his appointment as an assistant ranger for the Shoshone National Forest. Also included are photographs of local notable persons...
Collection — Box: MS500.01
Identifier: MS 500
Abstract Two framed photographs of Jacob Schamel (Saddlemaker) and William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody
Collection — Box: SCOSS1
Identifier: MS 501
Abstract Lithograph print by F.A. Schneider of painting by Gustav Liebscher of Buffalo Bill and Musan.
Collection — Box: SC BOX 1
Identifier: MS 530
Abstract Two postcards of Norwich NY sent between Everett Wells and Florence Skollman: "West side of North Broad Street" Shows posters of Buffalo Bill/Pawnee Bill with performance date of June 18, 1910 "West Main Street Bridge and Stone Mill" United Art Publishing Co.