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Deadwood Stage with passengers

Author: Nathan Salsbury
Publisher: [between 1885 and 1900?]
Series: Salsbury collection, Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : Picture : English
Database:WorldCat
Summary:
William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody drives the Deadwood Stagecoach with a group of passengers sitting on it. John Burke, press agent for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, stands on the ground in front of the coach and rests his left arm on the door. Nate Salsbury, owner and manager of the Wild West Show, sits wearing a derby hat on the back of the coach. Sitting with Salsbury are Frank Hammett, Mrs. Louisa Cody, Irma  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Imaged
Photographic prints
Named Person: Buffalo Bill; John Burke; Nathan Salsbury; Frank N Hammitt; Louisa Cody; Irma Cody
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph, Picture, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nathan Salsbury
OCLC Number: 36299860
Notes: Vintage photographic print.
Title from inventory prepared in Western History Department, Denver Public Library.
"Buffalo Bill's coach and tour Cody on box - on his ranch in North Platte, Nebraska John Burke standing rear seat, Nate Salsbury in derby and [illegible text] - Also Frank Hammett, Mrs. Cody, Irma Cody, Senator Beck, Miss Hole, Judge Stewell - Given by the family of Nate Salsbury from his collection, in 1938" handwritten on back of print.
Description: 1 photoprint ; 13 x 21 cm. (5 1/4 x 8 in.) on mat 21 x 26 cm. (8 x 10 in.)
Series Title: Salsbury collection, Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.

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William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody drives the Deadwood Stagecoach with a group of passengers sitting on it. John Burke, press agent for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, stands on the ground in front of the coach and rests his left arm on the door. Nate Salsbury, owner and manager of the Wild West Show, sits wearing a derby hat on the back of the coach. Sitting with Salsbury are Frank Hammett, Mrs. Louisa Cody, Irma Cody, Senator Beck, Miss Hole and Judge Stewell. The coach was built by the Abbot-Downing Co. in 1863 and shipped, on February 18, 1864, from Boston in the clipper ship G̀eneral Grant' to Louis McLane of San Francisco. Mr. McLane was president of the P̀ioneer Stage Co., ' of California. This was one of thirty-two similar coaches shipped to him r̀ound the horn' in 1863- 64. It travelled across the ocean with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, visiting all the principal cities in Europe; across the Mediterranean Sea twice, and then to Concord, N.H., where it was built. It was exhibited by the Wild West Show, July 4, 1895.

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