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The Resource Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill's wild west, Isabelle S. Sayers

Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill's wild west, Isabelle S. Sayers

Label
Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill's wild west
Title
Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill's wild west
Statement of responsibility
Isabelle S. Sayers
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
United States; Travelling shows: Buffalo Bill's Wild West; Entertaining; Oakley, Annie - Biographies
Biography type
individual biography
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 799.3/092/4
  • B
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
LC call number
GV1157.O3
LC item number
S29 1981
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill's wild west, Isabelle S. Sayers
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Foreword -- Girlhood and early career -- Early history of Buffalo Bill's Wild West -- Annie's first years with Buffalo Bill -- With Pawnee Bill, and with Cody in Europe -- Adventures in 1891 and 1892 -- From 1893 to 1898 -- Last years with Buffalo Bill -- Annie's later years -- Annie's posthumous fame
  • Illustrations: Annie Oakley's mother, nee Susan Wise / C.M. Hengen, Versailles, Ohio -- Sitting Bull, 1885 / William Notman, Montreal -- A youthful William Frederick Cody / carte-de-visite by Napoleon Sarony -- Louisa Cody -- Buffalo Bill's Wild West troupe in Philadelphia, 1884, with Adam Bogardus, surrounded by his four marksman sons / William Phillippi & Brothers -- "Arizona John" Burke, Cody's loyal press agent -- Buffalo Bill, inscribed to Annie Oakley / Mocher -- Annie with Texas Ben -- Johnnie Baker, the "Cowboy Kid," who joined Buffalo Bill in 1885 -- Johnnie Baker poster of the 1890s -- Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill, 1885 / William Notman, Montreal -- Sitting Bull; interpreter [identified as Billy Halsey from back of Sitting Bull family photograph /Ernie, Sylvia LaPointe, conversation, 7/29/2010, McCracken Research Library}]; Crow Eagle; Buffalo Bill; the naturalist, W.H.H. (Adirondack) Murray, Johnnie [Johnny] Baker / William Notman, Montreal -- Cody and Indian chiefs during 1886 Staten Island season: Long Wolf, Flies Above, Rocky Bear, American Horse (Sioux chiefs); Young Chief, Knife Chief, Eagle Chief, Brave Chief (Pawnees) / Anderson, New York -- Sioux warriors playing poker at the 1886 Staten Island encampment / Sarony, New York -- Lillian Smith -- Ed Goodman, son of Cody's sister Julia; and Johnnie Baker, about 1887 -- Wild West troupe aboard the State of Nebraska en route of England, 1887 / Merritt & Von Wagner, Washington, D.C. -- The company on the exhibition grounds in London, 1887 -- Members of Cody's staff in front of his tent at the American Exhibition, Earl's Court, London, including John Burke, Nate Salsbury, Jule Keen / Elliott & Fry, London -- Annie and Indians in London / Elliott & Fry -- Rifle Queen, Annie Oakley, 3 pence -- Johnnie Baker [shooting rifle, upside down] -- Program of Annie's private exhibition at Charlottenburg in November, 1887 -- Cody in leather with Winchester Model 73 and quirt, before leaving England -- Gordon W. Lillie (Pawnee Bill) -- May [Manning] Lillie -- Nate Salsbury, in front of his tent at the Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889 -- Annie in a Parisian gown -- Annie shooting clay pigeons / French shooting publication -- Annie with Indian in headdress -- The troupe [chiefly Indians] in Rome, 1890 -- Buffalo Bill and Indians in gondola in Venice, April, 1890 / Salviati -- Annie with Frank Butler, mirror shot -- Annie Oakley and Joe Hart on German matchbox -- Johnnie Baker, John Burke, Buffalo Bill [with cane and cigar], Buck Taylor, John Y. Nelson, Deadwood Stage -- Buffalo Bill, General Nelson A. MIles, and two captains, near Wounded Knee, January, 1891 / Signal Corps -- Viola Katherine Clemmons, 1894 -- One of Buffalo Bill's twelve Cossacks [Georgians?] from the Caucusus -- [Annie Oakley jumping rifle on poster], Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World -- Annie honored during the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 in Chicago, by Governor William McKinley of Ohio -- Cody, entering arena on Duke / Montgomery Ward Ethnological Series -- Cody with important persons in Deadwood Stage / Goldie Brothers, Cardiff -- William Sweeney and his Cowboy Band, Chicago, 1893 -- Cody with Mr. and Mrs. Nate Salbury and their baby -- Edison's 1893 studio (the "Black Maria") at West Orange, New Jersey) -- Annie, with wedding ring, at Ambrose Park, Brooklyn, 1894
Control code
7826282
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
89 p., [1] leaf of plates
Isbn
9780486241203
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
80069158 //r923
Note
  • Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Gift of Helen Weiss (SW Writers Access. No. 99-050). Paperbound.
  • Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Forms part of: A. C. Greene Library. Gift of Meredith Greene Megaw, 2012 (Access. No. 2012-026). Paperbound.
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Label
Annie Oakley and Buffalo Bill's wild west, Isabelle S. Sayers
Publication
Contents
  • Foreword -- Girlhood and early career -- Early history of Buffalo Bill's Wild West -- Annie's first years with Buffalo Bill -- With Pawnee Bill, and with Cody in Europe -- Adventures in 1891 and 1892 -- From 1893 to 1898 -- Last years with Buffalo Bill -- Annie's later years -- Annie's posthumous fame
  • Illustrations: Annie Oakley's mother, nee Susan Wise / C.M. Hengen, Versailles, Ohio -- Sitting Bull, 1885 / William Notman, Montreal -- A youthful William Frederick Cody / carte-de-visite by Napoleon Sarony -- Louisa Cody -- Buffalo Bill's Wild West troupe in Philadelphia, 1884, with Adam Bogardus, surrounded by his four marksman sons / William Phillippi & Brothers -- "Arizona John" Burke, Cody's loyal press agent -- Buffalo Bill, inscribed to Annie Oakley / Mocher -- Annie with Texas Ben -- Johnnie Baker, the "Cowboy Kid," who joined Buffalo Bill in 1885 -- Johnnie Baker poster of the 1890s -- Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill, 1885 / William Notman, Montreal -- Sitting Bull; interpreter [identified as Billy Halsey from back of Sitting Bull family photograph /Ernie, Sylvia LaPointe, conversation, 7/29/2010, McCracken Research Library}]; Crow Eagle; Buffalo Bill; the naturalist, W.H.H. (Adirondack) Murray, Johnnie [Johnny] Baker / William Notman, Montreal -- Cody and Indian chiefs during 1886 Staten Island season: Long Wolf, Flies Above, Rocky Bear, American Horse (Sioux chiefs); Young Chief, Knife Chief, Eagle Chief, Brave Chief (Pawnees) / Anderson, New York -- Sioux warriors playing poker at the 1886 Staten Island encampment / Sarony, New York -- Lillian Smith -- Ed Goodman, son of Cody's sister Julia; and Johnnie Baker, about 1887 -- Wild West troupe aboard the State of Nebraska en route of England, 1887 / Merritt & Von Wagner, Washington, D.C. -- The company on the exhibition grounds in London, 1887 -- Members of Cody's staff in front of his tent at the American Exhibition, Earl's Court, London, including John Burke, Nate Salsbury, Jule Keen / Elliott & Fry, London -- Annie and Indians in London / Elliott & Fry -- Rifle Queen, Annie Oakley, 3 pence -- Johnnie Baker [shooting rifle, upside down] -- Program of Annie's private exhibition at Charlottenburg in November, 1887 -- Cody in leather with Winchester Model 73 and quirt, before leaving England -- Gordon W. Lillie (Pawnee Bill) -- May [Manning] Lillie -- Nate Salsbury, in front of his tent at the Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1889 -- Annie in a Parisian gown -- Annie shooting clay pigeons / French shooting publication -- Annie with Indian in headdress -- The troupe [chiefly Indians] in Rome, 1890 -- Buffalo Bill and Indians in gondola in Venice, April, 1890 / Salviati -- Annie with Frank Butler, mirror shot -- Annie Oakley and Joe Hart on German matchbox -- Johnnie Baker, John Burke, Buffalo Bill [with cane and cigar], Buck Taylor, John Y. Nelson, Deadwood Stage -- Buffalo Bill, General Nelson A. MIles, and two captains, near Wounded Knee, January, 1891 / Signal Corps -- Viola Katherine Clemmons, 1894 -- One of Buffalo Bill's twelve Cossacks [Georgians?] from the Caucusus -- [Annie Oakley jumping rifle on poster], Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World -- Annie honored during the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 in Chicago, by Governor William McKinley of Ohio -- Cody, entering arena on Duke / Montgomery Ward Ethnological Series -- Cody with important persons in Deadwood Stage / Goldie Brothers, Cardiff -- William Sweeney and his Cowboy Band, Chicago, 1893 -- Cody with Mr. and Mrs. Nate Salbury and their baby -- Edison's 1893 studio (the "Black Maria") at West Orange, New Jersey) -- Annie, with wedding ring, at Ambrose Park, Brooklyn, 1894
Control code
7826282
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
89 p., [1] leaf of plates
Isbn
9780486241203
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
80069158 //r923
Note
  • Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Gift of Helen Weiss (SW Writers Access. No. 99-050). Paperbound.
  • Library's copy 2 (SW Writers): Forms part of: A. C. Greene Library. Gift of Meredith Greene Megaw, 2012 (Access. No. 2012-026). Paperbound.
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