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    Annie Oakley: Personally Inscribed Oversized Photograph from The Western Girl, Another in the Series Shot by Edward Thayer Monroe of the White Studio in 1903. In this gorgeous portrait, Annie is seated, pensive, with a deluxe M1892 Winchester across her lap, probably the rifle engraved for her by Leslie Borden Ulrich. The same pose has been offered once before as a cabinet photo, but it has never before appeared for public sale in this fabulous frameable size. On the back, Annie has written in ink, "In (The Western Girl.)" The parentheses are hers. The 12" x 14" card is soiled and bumped at the corners. The image, "7.5" x 9.5", shows minor scratches and an unobtrusive dent upper left. It is otherwise in very good condition. This lot is from the collection of Bess Edwards, grand-niece of Annie Oakley, and will be accompanied by a signed letter from her authenticating this item as described. For more information, please click here.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2013
    24th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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