DescriptionTwo Tintypes, One Picturing Johnny Baker. Taken in 1885 or early 1886, these two quarter-plate tintypes probably were given to Ed Goodman by Johnny Baker. One is of three unidentified young women. Two of them are showing off rings and possible are married to members of Buffalo Bill's cast or crew. The other is one of a kind. It shows Johnny Baker (left) in his show outfit, modeled after that of his hero, Buffalo Bill. In the center is Della Ferrell, the Colorado cowgirl on whom Baker developed a deep and abiding crush, according to Goodman. The young cowboy is unidentified. The Baker tintype is clean and unmarred. The other is scratched with corrosion spots. This lot is part of the Ed Goodman Collection. For more information, please visit this link.
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