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    Wild West Show and County Fair Poster From 1888. 14.5" x 37.5" stone lithograph on thin paper advertising the "Union Fair" at Pre-Emption Park in Geneva, New York on October 2-4, 1888. The top and bottom feature a staple of county fairs, trotting races. The middle describes an added attraction, "Curtis & Sutton's Wild West Company". That show included acts such as: "Lynching a horse thief in the West", "Duel between cowboys", "The Pony Express", "Arizona Frank Sutton, the Wonderful Educated Mustang", etc. Printed by Courier Job Department of Geneva, New York. Strong colors, wide borders, two edge tears along left side with tape bleed-through on one. A patron could catch all the action for a measly two-bits!

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    December, 2017
    2nd Saturday
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