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    D. F. Barry: Autograph Letter Signed, April 22, 1926, Regarding the Upcoming 50th Anniversary Commemoration of the Little Bighorn. Renowned photographer David F. Barry (1854-1934) writes about the work of the planning committee. He remarks that Mrs. Elizabeth Custer had printed E. S. Godfrey's booklet to raise money. He finishes by remembering the 10th anniversary gathering 40 years ago: "We slept in tents. Everything good to eat. And real good drinks." Two sheets, punched for a three-ring binder, but otherwise in excellent condition.
    From the Glenwood Swanson Collection.


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    June, 2018
    9th Saturday
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