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    William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody: Assorted Ephemera. Includes: 1) 6" x 9" 4-pg. booklet on pulp stock advertising the film "Life of Buffalo Bill Actual Moving Pictures by Cody, Himself" issued by "Barnsdale's Moving Pictures" company of Wisconsin, 2) 6" x 9" 24-pg. booklet with yellow covers issued in 1912 for "Young Buffalo Wild West and Col. Fred Cummins' Far East Combined" show (great condition with excellent graphics), 3) 6" x 9" menu on coated stock for the 1914 "Annual Farewell Dinner of the Sells-Floto-Buffalo Bill Shows" in Ft. Worth (mint condition with excellent graphics), 4) 4" x 2" ticket for the 1912 season for "Howe's Great London Shows" (creased), 5) undated grandstand ticket for "Ringling Bros. World's Greatest Shows", 6) 6" x 8.5" silver print of Cody with "Barry" blind-stamp (remnants of album mounting corners), 7) 7" x 5" silver print of Cody riding down 5th Avenue in New York circa 1900, 8) envelope from Miller Brothers Toy Company promoting their "Buffalo Bill Gun", 9) an envelope addressed by Cody to: "Nate Salisbury Esq. Manager Buffalo Bill's Wild West Paris France", 10) 4" x 6.75" folding souvenir postcard with multiple views for "Buffalo Bill's Pawnee Bill's Wild West Far East" show (separation at folds repairs internally with frosted tape), 11) 2.5" x 4.5" multicolored Stevensgraph ribbon of Cody (soiled with some discoloration), 12) 3.5" x 6.25" booklet for the Handicraft Shop in North Platte, vendor of the "Buffalo Bill Official State Doll of Nebraska", 13) 4.5" x 2.25" ticket to "Col. Cummins' Realistic Wild West" show (light wear), and 14) & 15) a pair of 4" x 2" tickets to Buffalo Bill and Pawnee Bill's Wild West and Far East show (loss to upper right corner on each... likely a cancellation). A varied and extensive collection.

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