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    FABULOUS PHOTO OF THE DEADWOOD COACH, Copyright by Crabhill, 1889. This 10" x 8" image depicts the Deadwood Stage, loaded with identified passenger and being pulled by three brace of horses in an outdoor setting background by the rugged Dakota Territorial mountains. Great content with eight passengers, a driver, fully harnessed horses with blinders, loaded trunks on coach, etc. This photo was taken on January 28, 1889 when the stage was en route from Deadwood to Whitewood. Outside the coach are pictured; C.H. Blanchard of the Lincoln Journal, J.F. Knapp - Omaha Bee, H.J. Lippincott of the Lincoln Journal and W. H. Bonham - Deadwood Daily Pioneer along with the driver. Inside the stage Jos. B. Moore, Attorney from Lead City and three cowboys. This wonderful albumen print is framed in period 22" x 20" gold frame embellished with floral and vine motifs. A piece of history almost comes to life when viewing the clarity and feeling this image portrays.

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