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    Six Photos Taken In and Around Cody, Wyoming. Comprises: An 11" x 14" albumen print of Buffalo Bill's Irma Hotel in the early spring, 1903, a few months after it opened (the image is faded with slight discolorations); a 9¾" x 11¾" print of Cody's livery barn, circa 1905; a 9¾" x 11¾" view of Irma Lake from the cabin on Buffalo Bill's Carter Mountain ranch southwest of Cody (the card and image are lightly discolored); photo on 9¾" x 11¾" card of the front of the ranch house at Buffalo Bill's sanctuary, the TE Ranch (the card is badly chipped on both ends, and the image is slightly faded but clean and sharp); sharp 5½" x 6½" print of Buffalo Bill with a man and a boy on the porch of his hunting lodge, Pahaska Tepee, near the east entrance to Yellowstone Park, circa 1910; and a 9¾" x 11¾" photograph of a duded-up cowboy spinning a rope on Cody's main street, circa 1905. This lot is part of the Ed Goodman Collection. For more information, please visit this link.

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    December, 2012
    11th-12th Tuesday-Wednesday
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