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    William F. Cody, "Buffalo Bill" Autograph letter signed, "Uncle Will," 2 pages, 8.5" x 11" on gold embossed "Buffalo Bill's Wild West" letterhead, Newton, Georgia, August, 10, [1901] to the foreman of E Ranch, Roy Myers. Cody writes in part, "...You know Miss Isbell the lady Press Agent with the show - well the girl has worked hard - and got lots of good notions for the show - but her lungs are weak - and I am sending her out to that country for her health - She will be at E for two weeks and I want you to look after her - give her the best gentle horse you have - take her riding, shooting, fishing, driving - walking..." Usual folds, otherwise extremely bright and clean and boldly penned. Together with a four page letter in pencil from Isabell to Roy in pencil dated October 18, 1901. An excellent pair! Accompanied by COA from PSA/DNA

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