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"Buffalo Bill" Cody

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Title: "Buffalo Bill" Cody
Description: Postcard reproduction of a portrait of William Frederick Cody from the T.B. Walker Collection.

Image ID: 4503
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Name File
Genre: Postcard
Postcard carries the caption: William Frederick Cody (1846-1917) "Buffalo Bill" Cody achieved fame as an army scout in the Indian wars of the western plains. He entered show business and in 1883 established his Wild West show with which he toured the world almost continuously until his death.
Subjects: Portraits
Clothing and dress

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