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    [William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody"]: John Baker & Russell Spurr Letters. Three 8 1/2" x 11" typed signed letters. Two on Buffalo Bill's Wild West stationery and the third on Barnum and Bailey stationery. The Buffalo Bill letters are signed by John Baker also known as "Texas Jack". John Baker Omohundro was an American frontier scout, actor and cowboy. The third letter is signed by Russell C. Spurr. All three letters pertain to show business. The Baker letters have old type stains, the Spurr letter is fine. From the Estate of Robert (Bobby) Palazzo, Westlake Village, Ca.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2020
    14th-15th Monday-Tuesday
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