Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917
- Existence: 1846 - 1917
Bill Cody aka Buffalo Bill (1846-1917) was an American frontiersman, scout, and entertainer.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of Buffalo Bill at the Salt Lake Temple
Buffalo Bill papers
Handwritten and signed letters and printed pamphlets. Two letters from Cody are to his aunt Eliza Martin and sister Julia. Each discusses family matters. The remaining miscellaneous items were not written by Buffalo Bill, but comment on his life. Includes 8 items.
Robert Ellison Western photographs
Forbes Elementary School collection of lantern slides
Collection consists of lantern slides collected by the staff of Forbes Elementary School in American Fork. Includes images of the history of the American West and of Buffalo Bill Cody.
Gen. Miles and Buffalo Bill viewing hostile Indian camp, near Pine Ridge S.D
Gen. Miles and Buffalo Bill viewing hostile Indian camp, near Pine Ridge S.D, 1891 January 16
Memories of the pony express
Typescript of a biography of Ira Nebeker who helped break wild horses for the Pony express and became a good friend of Bill Cody (Buffalo Bill).
Photographs, lithograph, and poster of Buffalo Bill
Collection includes photographs, primarily gelatin silver photographs; a poster; and a lithograph related to Buffalo Bill Cody. Includes images of Cody, as well as photographs of his grave and other monuments. Dated approximately 1846-1917.
Fred Rosenstock collection of Western photographs
Collection includes photographs of Annie Oakley, Buffalo Bill, and other Western scenes.
Edwin Dilworth Woolley photographs
Photographs of Edwin Dilworth Woolley, Jr. (1846-1920), Erastus Snow (1818-1888), and their families. Also included are shots of Southern Utah and Northern Arizona including Kanab, Utah, and the Grand Canyon area as well as photographs of prominent individuals such as Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) and "Buffalo Bill" Cody (1845-1917)