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    Two Cabinet Photos, Indian Women and Children, and Red Rose. In a photograph taken in London in 1887, this group of four women and three children includes, in the center, Jennie (Mrs. John Y.) Nelson and Ella Irving, wife of cowboy and Sioux interpreter Broncho Bill Irving. The Indians in Buffalo Bill's Wild West were paid about the same as the cowboys. If they were accompanied by their families, their wives and children also received small salaries. The other photograph, also by Elliot & Fry of London, is a darling pose of "Wa-Ka-Cha-Sha" (Red Rose), "The Pet of the Sioux." 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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