————— Photographs For Sale————-

ANTIQUE SALOON BAR

ANTIQUE OLD WEST SALOON BAR.

Antique saloon bar came out of Chicago.  Back Bar measures 13 feet long. It is a little over 8 feet tall. And is 20 inches wide. Front bar measures nearly 15 feet long. It is 40 1/2 inches tall and 30 inches wide. $35k

AUTOGRAPH BUFFALO BILL CODY PHOTOGRAPH.

Rare photo of Buffalo Bill dated 1887. Autographed True to friend & foe. W.F. Cody Buffalo Bill 1887.  Historical photograph professionally framed with a red toned matte in a wood and gold toned painted frame. Frame measures approx 16 1/2 inches tall, 10 1/2 inches wide. $2495

 

1943 CHEYENNE WYO FRONTIER DAYS.

Sgt. James Birkeland riding Block Buster at the Cheyenne Wyo Frontier Days 1943. Photo measures 11”x 13.5”. $250

LOCOMOTIVE PHOTO.

Old photo of Locomotive measures 7”x 9” in good shape. $295

THEODORE ROOSEVELT AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO.

Photograph of Theodore Roosevelt autographed, signed T. Roosevelt. Professionally framed in a white matte in a gold metallic painted wooden frame. Frame measures approx 11 1/4 inches tall, 9 1/2 inches wide. $750

OLD BAR PHOTO DEAD CHICKEN.

Old Bar photo with dead chicken laying at men’s feet. Cabinet card size photo in frame. $250

GALESBURG RAILROAD DIVISION.

Framed cabinet card photo Galesburg Railroad Division. $325

INDIAN PRINCESS BUFFALO BILL WILD WEST.

Cabinet card photo of Sioux Indian Princess Julie Nelson worked at the Buffalo Bill Wild West show. Photo taken by Anderson of New York. Beneath photo is her name Julie Nelson Sioux Princess-Buffalo Bill’s Wild West. Rare photo and photographer Anderson. $1795

OUTLAW ARCHIE CLEMENT JESSE JAMES GANG.

Confederate guerilla Archie Clement under CSA Captain William Bloody Bill Anderson. Archie was known to be an expert pistol shot and fearless under fire. He was often referred to as Little Archie Clement. P.O.R

RARE ZACH MILLER OWNER 101 RANCH SHOWS.

Rare 8×10 photo of Zach Miller owner of the 101 Ranch Shows. Taken by KODIAK Camera turn of the century. P.O.R

CONFEDERATE COMMANDERS CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Rare cabinet card of Confederate Commanders of the Civil War. Sitting in chair Jeff Davis and Robert E. Lee holding his sword. Hard to find this photo most are in Museums. P.O.R

WILLIAM QUANTRILL & WIFE SARAH.

Only known photo of Confederate guerrilla William Quantrill and his wife Sarah. She was only 13 when she married Quantrill. They would live in camp with Quantrill and his men. At the time of his death, she was seventeen. Photo is in its original frame measures 17.5”x 21.5” including frame. Photo has a few water stains. $5750

SHERIFF DEADWOOD S.D. SETH BULLOCK. CS FLY TOMBSTONE.

Cabinet card photo Seth Bullock Sheriff of Deadwood South Dakota. Seth Bullock is the only stabilizing force standing in the way of utter chaos. The day after Hickok was killed Bullock was hired to be sheriff. He was Deadwood’s first sheriff. When appointed sheriff, one of Bullock’s first duties was to confront Dodge City Deputy Marshal Wyatt Earp, who was possibly interested in the sheriff’s job. Bullock told Earp that his services were not needed. A week later Earp left Deadwood to return to Dodge City Kansas. P.O.R

ANNIE OAKLEY GOLD BROOCH FROM BUFFALO BILL CODY.

Historic gold sharpshooter brooch given to Annie Oakley by William F. Cody. Annie Oakley, also known as ”Little Miss Sure Shot” was an American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter, who performed in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show. This Victorian brooch has the initials ”A.O” engraved at either side of the rifles and target in the center. The enamel target retains full enamel finish. The reverse is engraved ”To Little Miss Sure shot. ”W.F.C.”. Very good condition includes box and provenance documentation. The brooch was purchased from a descendant of Annie Oakley and displayed in Donnin’s Arms Museum for many years. It was later purchased by a private collector in Florida. P.O.R.

   

MOUNTAIN MAN PHOTO.

Mountain man holding large bear trap and winchester carbine. CDV photo. $375

OUTLAW BILL CHADWELL JESSE JAMES GANG.

Cdv Photo Bill Chadwell killed in 1876 at the Northfield Mn bank raid. $1595

INDIAN WARS TINTYPE.

Tintype of soldier from the Indian Wars. $250

INDIAN WARS 7TH CAV. TROOP B. JOSEPH A DESJARDIRS.

Identified cabinet card photo 7th Cavalry Troop B. Joseph A. Desjardirs. Look at the flags around the border of cabinet card. $650

WILD BILL HICKOK CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo of Wild Bill Hickok. Taken by Grabill’s Chicago Portrait and View Co. Hickok is one of the best known gun slingers of the Wild West. P.O.R

SETH KINMAN MOUNTAIN MAN CDV PHOTO.

Unpublished photo of Seth Kinman was a mountain man that made President Lincoln a chair from Elk horns. CDV Photo. P.O.R

INDIAN WARS PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo two soldiers in uniform. $150

13TH US MOUNTED CAVALRY FORT SILL INDIAN TERR.

Large photo of 13th US Mounted Cavalry Fort Sill Indian Territory. They are well known for fighting the Apache and Comanche Indians. $695

VELIE MINES LARGE PHOTO.

Rare photo of the men working at Velie Mines 1929. $875

CUSTER MASSACRE PHOTO.

ANTIQUE CUSTER MASSACRE PHOTO POSTCARD.

Unused antique real photo postcard titled Custer Massacre Copyright date 1909. Photograph by G.F Williams. $475

INDIAN YELLOW DOG PHOTO.

YELLOW DOG CROW INDIAN SCOUT CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo taken by F. JAY HAYNES ST. PAUL, MINN. Printed on back Yellow Dog. He was an Crow Indian Scout. $850

CHIEF LITTLE HEAD INDIAN PHOTO.

GENERAL CUSTER SCOUT CHIEF LITTLE HEAD CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Photo taken by F. JAY HAYNES ST. PAUL, MINN. Cabinet card of Chief Little Head General Custer’s Crow Scout. $1750

INDIAN CABINET CARD PHOTO.

STAGECOACH PHOTO.

STAGECOACH CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo of stagecoach loaded down with cowboys. $375

INDIAN GROUP PHOTO.

INDIAN GROUP PHOTO CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo group of Indians wearing headdress. $725

GAMBLING PHOTO.

CABINET CARD PHOTO GAMBLING.

Cabinet card photo black and white guy gambling. $275

TINTYPE PHOTO.

OLD CAR TINTYPE PHOTO.

Tintype photo with 3 guys sitting in car. $350

INDIAN PEACE PIPE PHOTO.

CABINET CARD PHOTO INDIAN PEACE PIPE.

Cabinet card photo of Indian posing with his peace pipe. $495

MOUNTAIN MAN CDV PHOTO.

CDV photo of mountain man wearing rawhide outfit. $175

TOWN SCENE N.D.

CABINET CARD PHOTO TOWN SCENE HASTINGS  N.D.

Cabinet card photo titled STREET SCENE HASTING N.D. $375

CHIQUITO APACHE INDIAN.

CHIQUITO APACHE SCOUT MEDAL OF HONOR.

Cabinet card Chiquito Apache Scout with his wife. He was awarded the Medal of Honor on April 12, 1875 for his gallant conduct during campaigns and engagements with Apaches in the winter of 1871-73. $1495

BEAVER TOP HAT PHOTO.

BEAVER TOP HAT PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo man wearing beaver top hat. Photo taken in Fayette Missouri. $225

OUTLAW JESSE JAMES AGE 17.

Tintype photo of outlaw Jesse James age 17. Has his foot propped up on chair with sling around his neck holding broken hand. P.O.R

E.W. MCINTOSH PHOTO.

ANDERSONVILLE PRISON E.W. MCINTOSH CIVIL WAR SURVIVOR.

Rare cabinet card photo of E.W. McIntosh. Captured by the Rebs at Ackworth Georgia Oct 1864. Was then taken to Andersonville prison where he suffered and nearly starved to death. P.O.R

E.W. MCINTOSH CIVIL WAR.

POLICE PHOTO.

GROUP PHOTO POLICE.

Photo of police wearing badges. $795

APACHE INDIAN PHOTO.

APACHE INDIAN PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo of Apache Indian and baby photo. $750

BLACK SLAVE BUTLER.

BLACK SLAVE BUTLER TINTYPE.

Nice tintype photo of black slave butler. $895

COWBOY PHOTO.

COWBOY PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo Cowboy wearing chaps and holding whip. $550

RUFUS GANG PHOTO.

RUFUS BUCK GANG PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo of the Oklahoma and Arkansas gang. In 1896 all five were hung in Fort Smith Arkansas for the killing of John Garrett. p.o.r

BOXING CHAMPION JACK DEMPSEY PHOTO.

RARE 1933 FRAMED PHOTO BOXING CHAMPIONS INCLUDING JACK DEMPSEY.

Ultra rare 1933 photo of boxing champions including Jack Dempsey. Photo including frame measures 23 1/2 x 18 3/4 inches. There is a water stain on the left side of photo. A very rare photo of the boxing greats. $2495

JACK DEMPSEY BOXING PHOTO.

US MARSHAL TINTYPE PHOTO.

 US MARSHAL TINTYPE PHOTO.

US Marshal wearing his 5 pointed star badge. You can clearly see the US on badge.

PAT GARRETT TINTYPE PHOTO.

 PAT GARRETT & INDIAN CHIEF TINTYPE PHOTO.

2 ¼ x 3 ¼ Original Tin Type of Indian Chief and Pat Garrett. Patrick Floyd “Pat” Garrett was an American Old West lawman, bartender, and customs agent who became famous for killing Billy the Kid. He was also the sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico as well as Doña Ana County, New Mexico. P.O.R

CALAMITY JANE REAL LIFE POST CARD.

 CALAMITY JANE REAL LIFE POST CARD PHOTO.

Martha Jane Canary or Cannary, better known as Calamity Jane, was an American frontierswoman and professional scout, known for her claim of being an acquaintance of Wild Bill Hickok and for fighting Indians. On the bottom of post card it says CALAMITY JANE. GEN. CROOK’S SCOUT. A very rare Post Card. P.O.R

U.S MARSHAL TINTYPE PHOTO.

U.S MARSHAL TINTYPE PHOTO.

My Son A U.S Marshal written on border of tintype. He is holding special order 1886 Winchester with pistol grip stock. Maybe someone will recognize this Marshal.

COWBOY ARMED TO THE T.

CABINET CARD PHOTO ARMED COWBOY.

Photo of a Cowboy armed to the T. Really nice photo of the cowboy days. $795

LAWMAN BEN THOMPSON POSTCARD PHOTO.

LAWMAN BEN THOMPSON PHOTO POSTCARD.

Late 1800’s photo postcard of the famous Lawman Ben Thompson. Ben Thompson was a gunman, gambler, and sometimes lawman of the Old West. He was a contemporary of “Buffalo” Bill Cody, Bat Masterson, John Wesley Hardin and “Wild Bill” Hickock, some of whom considered him a friend, others an enemy.

PENCIL DRAWING OF INDIAN CHIEF ANTIQUE

VINTAGE PENCIL DRAWING INDIAN CHIEF.

Vintage pencil drawing of Indian Chief smoking peace pipe. Artist signed James measures 36×24 inches. $550

VINTAGE PENCIL DRAWING INDIAN CHIEF. VINTAGE PENCIL DRAWING INDIAN CHEIF.

COWBOY PHOTO.

COWBOY COLT SINGLE ACTION CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo of cowboy with his colt single action revolver and wearing chaps. $475

CDV MOUNTAIN MAN PHOTO.

CDV MOUNTAIN MAN PHOTO.

CDV Photo mountain man covered in his bear rug. $495

DUCK HUNTING STEROVIEW CARD.

DUCK HUNTING STEROVIEW CARD.

Titled Turning Loose from the Point Blind. Nice Duck Hunting Steroview card. $265

1876 international exhibition photo

1876 INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION STEROVIEW.

Rare steroview card with many deer mounts and other animal mounts. Centennial Photographic Co Philadelphia. $375

BAD MEN WITH PISTOLS

BAD MEN WITH PISTOLS PHOTO.

Photo of 4 men holding pistols and dog sitting up. Written on the back of photo Bad Men. Look like 4 gangsters ready to rob bank. $275

TOPEKA KANSAS POLICE MAN PHOTO

TOPEKA KANSAS POLICE MAN PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo circa 1880’s Topeka Kansas Policeman wearing a 6 pointed badge. $395

OKLAHOMA LAND RUSH PHOTO

OKLAHOMA LAND RUSH PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo in frame writing on back of frame. Oklahoma Land Rush Sept 12 1893. Albumen Cabinet Card. $495

BLACK STEROVIEW CARD

AMONG THE COTTON BALES, GA STEROVIEW CARD.

Rare black steroview card titled Among the Cotton Bales, Ga. $375

PHOTO OF ANTIQUE CAR

CABINET CARD PHOTO ANTIQUE CAR.

Nice photo of a antique car. $75

VINTAGE COWBOY POSTCARD

POSTCARD PHOTO COWBOYS.

Postcard photo Cowboys in there Chaps. $50

INDIA WOMAN AMBROTYPE PHOTO

INDIA WOMAN AMBROTYPE PHOTO.

Rare ambrotype photo woman from India. $850

BAT MASTERSON PHOTO.

BAT MASTERSON CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Bat Masterson was a buffalo hunter, Indian fighter scout for the U.S. Army and lawman in Dodge City Kansas. $2295

RARE PHOTO OF BUFFALO BILL'S RANCH

BUFFALO BILL’S RANCH

Rare photo of Buffalo Bill’s ranch. Looks like the cowboys are herding up Buffalo. $350

ELEANOR BOARDMAN MOVIE STAR PHOTO

ELEANOR BOARDMAN MOVIE STAR PHOTO.

8 X 10

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Boardman was originally on stage but, after temporarily losing her voice, in 1922, she entered silent films. There followed months of fruitless effort until one day Rupert Hughes saw her riding a horse and gave her a part in a film and she quickly began to attract audiences. She was chosen by Goldwys Pictures as their “New Face of 1922,” through which she signed a contract with the company. After several successful supporting roles, she played the lead in 1923’s Souls for Sale.

Her growing popularity was reflected by inclusion on the list of WAMPAS Baby Stars in 1923. She appeared in fewer than forty films during her career, achieving her greatest success in Vidor’s The Crowd in 1928. Her performance in that film is widely recognized as one of the outstanding performances in American silent films.

Unable to make the transition from silent to talking pictures, Boardman retired in 1935, and retreated from Hollywood. Her only subsequent appearance was in an interview filmed for the Kevin Brownlow and David Gill documentary series Hollywood in 1980. $350

 HEDDA HOPPER MOVIE STAR PHOTO

HEDDA HOPPER MOVIE STAR PHOTO.

8 X 10

Hedda Hopper (May 2, 1885 – February 1, 1966) was one of America’s best-known gossip columnists, notorious for feuding with her arch-rival Louella Parsons. She had been a middling actress of stage and screen for years before being offered the chance to write the column “Hedda Hopper’s Hollywood” for the Los Angeles Times in 1938. In the McCarthy era she named suspected communists. Hopper continued to write gossip to the end, her work appearing in many magazines and later on radio. $375

PATSY RUTH MILLER MOVIE STAR PHOTO

PATSY RUTH MILLER MOVIE STAR PHOTO.

8 X 10

She was born on January 17, 1904.

After being discovered by the actress Alla Nazimova at a Hollywood party, Patsy Ruth Miller got her first break with a small role in Camille, which starred Rudolph Valentino. Her roles gradually improved, and she was chosen as a WAMPAS Baby Star in 1922.

In 1923, she was acclaimed for her performance as Esmeralda in The Hunchback of Notre Dame opposite Lon Chaney, S.

In the later part of the decade Miller appeared chiefly in light romantic comedies, opposite such actors as Clive Brook and Edward Everett Horton. Among her film credits in the late 1920s are Broken Hearts of Hollywood (1926), A Hero for a Night (1927), Hot Heels (1928), and The Aviator (1929).

She retired from films in 1931. She made a cameo appearance in the 1951 film Quebec, which starred John Barrymore Jr., and stated in her autobiography that she had participated as a joke. She came out of retirement to do the film Mother in 1978.

She later achieved recognition as a writer. She won three O. Henry Awards for her short stories, wrote a novel, radio scripts, and plays. She also performed for a brief time on Broadway.

Miller was married three times, the first two ended in divorce. Her first husband was film director Tay Garnett and the second was screenwriter John Lee Mahin. Her third husband, businessman E.S. Deans, died in 1986. The frequent news about her love life once earned Miller the sobriquet the most engaged girl in Hollywood.

Patsy Ruth Miller died at her home at the age of 91 in Palm Desert, California. $350

WHO IS IT????

WHO IS IT?????

KANSAS LAWMAN JACK BRIDGES

KANSAS LAWMAN JACK BRIDGES cdv PHOTO.

Severely wounded, Bridges returned to his birthplace in Maine to recuperate from his wounds. Once he was healed, he headed west again, first to Colorado and then back to Kansas, where he settled in Dodge City. On July 8, 1882, he became the city marshal and a few days later the Dodge City Times commented on his appointment:

“Jack Bridges was installed as City Marshal on Saturday last. Marshal Bridges was for a number of years Deputy U. S. Marshal in Western Kansas. He is a cool, brave and determined officer, and will make an excellent city marshal. Jack’s friends speak highly of him and of his integrity and bravery. He has done some fine service for the government, and upon every occasion, has acquitted himself with honor. He is a pleasant man socially, and has courage for any occasion..P.O.R

COWBOY BLACK WOOLY CHAPS

COWBOY BLACK WOOLIY CHAPS PHOTO.

Cowboy herding cattle and wearing Black Wooly Chaps. Photo measures 4 1/4 x 5 1/4. $275

ROSCOE GUN BATTLE

1ST. EDITION THE ROSCOE GUN BATTLE YOUNGER BROTHERS VS. PINKERTON DETECTIVES.

Rare 1st Edition The Roscoe Gun Battle book by Wilbur A.Zink. Younger Brothers vs. Pinkerton Detectives. Battle took place St. Clair County Missouri 1874. $650

ROSCOE GUN BATTLE BOOK

 

JOHN YOUNGER JAMES YOUNGER GANG CDV PHOTO

JOHN YOUNGER CDV PHOTO.

John Harrison Younger was an American outlaw, the brother of Cole, Jim and Bob. He was briefly a member of the James-Younger Gang, a band of outlaws that also included the famous Jesse James. John died in 1874 at the Roscoe Gun Battle in St. Clair County Missouri. P.O.R

THOMAS HICKMAN TEXAS RANGER PHOTO

TEXAS RANGER THOMAS HICKMAN PHOTO.

Hickman was appointed a private in the Texas Rangers in 1919. He soon rose to the rank of sergeant and at the end of 1920 was appointed Captain of Emergency Company #2. In 1922 he became Captain of Company B. During the 1920s and 1930s much of Hickman’s time was spent in trying to maintain law and order in the North Texas oil-boom towns. He was also worked the Oklahoma boundary dispute and many bank robberies, including the Santa Claus Bank Robbery in Cisco, Texas in 1927. Hickman left the Rangers in 1935 following a dispute with Governor James Allred. $275

GEORGE WILSON BARRETT PHOTO

CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Nice cabinet card photo writing on back of card Jeff Payne Golden Eagle 1891. $85

GEORGE BARRETT PHOTO

CABINET CARD PHOTO GEORGE WILSON BARRETT.

Photo taken in Hannibal Mo. Writing on the card George Wilson Barrett. Nice military cabinet card photo. $125

1815 LETTER CREEK INDIANS

1815 LETTER BUYING LAND ON THE OAKMULGA RIVER OKLA.CREEK INDIANS.

Interesting letter written in 1815 trying to buy land on the Oakmulga River in Oklahoma. Letter has remarks about the War with Creek Indians had slowed the sales down for land. Nice piece of history. $550

CREEK INDIAN LETTER 1815 CREEK INDIAN LETTER CREEK INDIAN LETTER CREEK INDIAN LETTER

GEORGE HEARST BOOK

LIFE AND CHARACTER OF GEORGE HEARST BOOK.

Book printed in 1894 MEMORIAL ADDRESSES ON THE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF GEORGE HEARST. Book is in good condition. $150

GEORGE HEARST BOOK GEORGE HEARST BOOK

 

BUTCH CASSIDY GANG

JESSE LINSLEY BUTCH CASSIDY GANG.

CDV Photo Jesse Linsley member of the Butch Cassidy Gang. $875

UNDERWEAR AT GREENS CABINET CARD PHOTO

UNDERWEAR AT GREEN’S CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Advertising photo for underwear at Green’s. $275

1917 ADV.CALENDER

1917 ADV.CALENDER CLAY ROBINSON & CO.

38 inches long. 1917 Adv.Calender Clay Robinson & Co. Calender measures 38 inches long and 12 inches wide. $325

1917 ADV.CALENDER 1917 ADV.CALENDER 1917 ADV.CALENDER 1917 ADV.CALENDER

COWBOY PHOTO

COWBOY & HORSE PHOTO.

Nice photo of cowboy riding his horse. He is wearing a pair of brass spurs. $150

GOLD MATCH SAFE

GOLD MATCH SAFE.

Gold match safe hand engraved late 1800’s. $595

GOLD MATCH SAFE

 

JOSEPH HARDIN CDV PHOTO

CDV PHOTO JOSEPH HARDIN.

Photo of Joseph Hardin brother to outlaw John Wesley Hardin. $550

CABINET CARD PHOTO

CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Cabinet card photo of 3 military men holding there long guns. $150

CIVIL WAR CDV PHOTO

CIVIL WAR CDV PHOTO.

Identified civil war solider. $395

CDV DEATH OF WADSWORTH

CDV PHOTO.

Death of Wadsworth. $695

CIVIL WAR SEAMAN CDV PHOTO

Rare civil war Seaman.

Scarce civil war cdv photo of Seaman. $1525

CIVIL WAR CDV

CIVIL WAR CDV.

Civil war solider holding U.S sword. $150

JESSE JAMES TINTYPE PHOTO

OUTLAW JESSE JAMES TINTYPE PHOTO.

Outlaw Jesse James tintype photo. Jesse sitting in the middle. P.O.R

CIVIL WAR CDV MISSOURI

CIVIL WAR CDV UHLMANN & RIPPEL PHOTOGRAPHER.

Nice cdv photo taken in St.Joseph Missouri by Uhlmann & Rippel.

WELLS FARGO TINTYPE PHOTO

HENRY WELLS FOUNDER WELLS FARGO EXPRESS CO.

Tintype photo Henry Wells was an American businessman important in the history of both the American Express Company and Wells Fargo & Company. $2750

OUTLAW FRANK JAMES SIGNTURE

OUTLAW FRANK JAMES SIGNATURE COA.

Rare signture from Frank James on mailing envelope to Waxahachie Texas in 1909. Comes with COA. $2550

FRANK JAMES SIGNTURE FRANK JAMES SIGNTURE

HENRY YOUNGER SIGNTURE

HENRY YOUNGER YOUNGER GANG.

Signature of Henry Younger on deed for land in Stockton Missouri dated 1886. Henry Younger is a close relative of the Younger gang. $375

HENRY YOUNGER SIGNTURE

SHOTGUN PHOTO

CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Man showing off his shotgun and wearing ammo belt full of shells. $185

MODEL T PHOTO

PHOTO TEAM OF HORSES MODEL T CARS.

This is a neat photo with a team of horses and model T cars in the back ground. $75

CHILDS CIVIL WAR BOOTS

CIVIL WAR CHILDS BOOTS.

Great pair of civil war era childs boots. $595

CHILDS CIVIL WAR BOOTS CHILDS CIVIL WAR BOOTS

DALTON GANG CABINET CARD PHOTO

DALTON GANG CABINET CARD.

Post mortem photo of the Dalton gang. Photo was taken in Coffeyville,Kansas by Tackitt. $2595

CABINET CARD WILD WEST PERFORMER

WILD WEST PERFORMER.

Cabinet card photo of man wearing hat with stars all around it. His gloves that have decorations and wearing his gun & belt. $375

COLE YOUNGER NEWSPAPER

1877 KANSAS CITY TIMES OUTLAW COLE YOUNGER.

1877 Newspaper about Outlaw Cole Younger in the Minnesota Bank Robbery. Tells about how Cole’s eye is doing from being shot. Cole seems more depressed while in prision. More interesting reading about Cole Younger in this 1877 Kansas City Times. $475

COLE YOUNGER NEWSPAPER

 

JUDGE ROY BEAN PHOTO

UNPUBLISHED PHOTO JUDGE ROY BEAN.

Unpublished photo of Judge Roy Bean with a group of men. The man standing behind Judge Bean has a pistol straped to his hip. P.O.R

CALIFORNIA EXPOSITION MINING CAMP PHOTO

EXPOSITION CALIFORNIA MINING CAMP.

Mining camp comparing finds,California Midwinter Exposition. $575

DAT ROOSTER PHOTO

STEROVIEW DAT ROOSTER.

Little black boy & Dat Rooster. Steroview photo. $275

CIVIL WAR AMBROTYPE PHOTO

CIVIL WAR AMBROTYPE PHOTO.

Nice civil war Ambrotype photo. $475

TINTYPE FIDDLER PHOTO

TINTYPE PHOTO.

Two men playing there fiddles. $375

PORCELIAN PHOTO

LADY PORTRAIT GOLD CASE.

Nice portrait of lady in gold case. $550

BUCK NAIL CABINET CARD PHOTO

COWBOYS BUCK NAIL & WILL BOUTON.

Buck Nail & Will Bouton cowboys wearing there western garb and holding Winchester carbine. Both smoking pipes and one wearing a pair of spurs. $525

MUSIC HALL CABINET PHOTO

CHARLES LUNYACK MUSIC HALL.

Cabinet card photo of Charles Lunyack Music Hall. $225

SUMMIT PIKES PEAK

CABINET CARD SUMMIT PIKES PEAK.

W.E. HOOK, Photgrapher and Publisher of COLORADO SCENERY. Manitou Springs,Colorado. $125

PIKES PEAK

RAILWAY PHOTO

CABINET CARD RAILWAY MEN.

Cabinet card photo men posing in front of train. $175

COWBOY & HORSE PHOTO

COWBOY & HORSE CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Cowboy and his horse showing high back saddle off. $265

BLACK SLAVE TINTYPE PHOTO

SLAVE AFRICAN AMERICAN TINTYPE PHOTO.

Nice tintype photo of African American Slave . $575

FORT SMITH ARKASAS GANG

ARKANSAS WILD WEST BANDITS.

CDV Photo of Arkansas bandits of the Wild West. $425

TINTYPE FIREMAN

TINTYPE PHOTO FIREMAN.

Tintype photo of two fireman. $625

SHERIFF PHOTO

TEXAS RANGER CABINET CARD.

Photo of Texas Ranger wearing his badge. Missing his pinky finger on right hand.

MISSOURI GUERRILLA SAMUEL HILDEBRAND CDV

MISSOURI GUERILLA CDV PHOTO.

Missouri guerilla Samuel Hildebrand sometimes operated with Quantrill. He was a guerilla leader and the territory he operated in was along the eastern border of Missouri and Arkansas. Hildebrand received a Major’s commission from General Jeff Thompson, CSA in the latter part of 1861 with orders to recruit any men he could find and report back to Thompson every six months. After the war Samuel became an outlaw.

PORCELEIN PHOTO

PHOTO BEN CROSS.

Framed photo on porcelin name on back of frame. Ben Cross was a gold miner in Montana. Great looking frame and photo. $475

EARLY MILITARY PHOTO

MILITARY PHOTO FRAMED.

Nice early Military photo framed measuring 18×22 inches. $250

ARKANSAS CIVIL WAR GOVENAR

ARKANSAS CIVIL WAR GOVERNOR HENRY RECTOR.

Henry Rector was elected sixth governor of Arkansas in 1860. When called upon by President Lincoln to send troops to supress the rebellion of the confederate states,Governor Rector refused. He then took charge of the Arsenal and Fort Smith. Large portrait of Governor Henry Rector measuring 46 x 26 1/4 inches. $500

ARKANSAS GOVERNOR RECTOR

1950 RODEO BOOK PHOTOS

PALM SPRINGS RODEO PHOTOS.

Hard to come by Palm Springs Rodeo Photo Book Photgraphed by Austin Traverse.$550

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1582 English Rheims New Testament

DATED 1582 English Rheims New Testament.

Museum rarity 1582 English Rheims New Testament with original binding. $P.O.R

1582 English Rheims New Testament 1582 English Rheims New Testament 1582 English Rheims New Testament 1582 English Rheims New Testament 1582 English Rheims New Testament 1582 English Rheims New Testament 1582 English Rheims New Testament 1582 English Rheims New Testament

NAZI GERMANY PHOTO BOOK

1933 COPYRIGHT PHOTO BOOK NAZI GERMANY.

Rare photo book of Nazi Germany and Hitler. Copyright 1933 by Cigaretten Bilderdienft printed in Germany. Book contains 92 pages of the war and war time photos. Most rare book of Hitler and Nazi Germany. $395

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GERMANY PHOTO BOOK 1936

BILDER DEUTSCHER GESCHICHTE 1936.

Copyright 1936 by Cigaretten Bilderdienst Altona Bahrenfeld printed in Germany. Book is in very nice condition. $475

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AMERICAN SOLIDER FRAMED PHOTO

FRAMED AMERICAN SOLIDER PHOTO.

Very nice framed American Solider. Frame measures 24×19 inches.$295

CDV PHOTO JOHN WILKES BOOTH

JOHN WILKES BOOTH CDV PHOTO.

John Wilkes Booth was a famous American stage actor who assassinated President Abraham Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre, in Washington, D.C., on April 14, 1865. $975

 

FRED DODGE OUTLAW CDV PHOTO

FRED DODGE UNDERCOVER DETECTIVE.

Wells Fargo Detective, constable of Tombstone, Arizona, and Texas cattleman, Dodge was born at Spring Valley, California on August 29, 1854 and raised in Sacramento. When he grew up, he went to work as an undercover agent for Wells Fargo, working in California, Nevada and Arizona. In December, 1879, he was working in Tombstone, Arizona and recommended that Wyatt Earp be hired as a guard and messenger for the stage line. The two quickly became good friends and Dodge supported Wyatt and his brothers in their troubles in Tombstone after the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral and during the Earp Vendetta Ride. He and Wyatt remained friends the rest of their lives.

Dodge was an integral part in the investigation into the “Bisbee Massacre,” on December 8, 1883, where six desperados left four people dead inside the Goldwater and Castenada Store in Bisbee. $1895

CABINET CARD PHOTO COWBOY

CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Nice looking cabinet card photo of cowboy wearing his leather chaps. $495

CDV PHOTO POST OFFICE.

CDV Photo of the Towns people gathered in front of Post Office. $395

PEARL HART ARIZONA BANDIT.

Pearl Hart, née Taylor, was a Canadian-born outlaw of the American Old West. She committed one of the last recorded stagecoach robberies in the United States; her crime gained notoriety primarily because of her gender. She also traveled with the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show. $875

OUTLAW EDDIE GUERIA CABINET CARD.

Outlaw Eddie Gueria Cabinet Card Photo. $1295

 

TEXAS RANGER IRA ATEN.

Ira Aten was a Texas Ranger who was inducted into the Texas Rangers Hall of Fame. Aten was born in Cairo, Illinois. His father Austin Aten was a Methodist circuit rider, and moved the family to Texas in 1876, settling near Round Rock, Texas. CDV Photo. P.O.R

CHARLIE SIRINGO PINKERTON AGENT.

Charles Angelo Siringo,caring his 1860 colt army revolver on his hip. He was an American lawman, detective, and agent for the Pinkerton National Detective Agency during the late 19th century and early 20th century. CDV Photo. P.O.R

WILD WEST CDV PHOTO.

In the annals of this variety of entertainment, Oklahoma’s Wild West shows occupied a distinctive niche because they reflected a dualism that marked the history and aspirations of the state. Wild West showmen celebrated Oklahoma’s colorful western heritage, while promoting the state as business-oriented, progressive, and led by successful rancher-businessmen. $595

ABRAHAM LINCOLN FUNERAL TRAIN.

Abraham Lincoln’s funeral train left Washington on April 21, 1865. It would essentially retrace the 1,654 mile route Mr. Lincoln had traveled as president-elect in 1861 (with the deletion of Pittsburgh and Cincinnati and the addition of Chicago). An example of a published schedule is pictured to the right. The Lincoln Special, whose engine had Mr. Lincoln’s photograph over the cowcatcher, carried approximately 300 mourners. Willie Lincoln’s coffin was also on board. Willie, who had died in the White House in 1862 at age 11, had been disinterred and was to be buried with his father in Springfield. A Guard of Honor accompanied Mr. Lincoln’s remains on the Lincoln Special. Mr. Robert Lincoln rode on the train to Baltimore but then returned to Washington. $795

ABRAHAM LINCOLN FUNERAL TRAIN.

The train of dark-garlanded cars departed Washington’s Baltimore and Ohio railroad depot at 8:00 A.M. Stops were made at Annapolis Junction and Relay Station. The train arrived in Baltimore, 38 miles away, at 10:00 A.M. where Mr. Lincoln’s coffin was borne to the Merchant’s Exchange Building and opened to the view of approximately 10,000 people in three hours. The train departed at 3:00 P.M. from the Howard Street Station destined for Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, arriving there shortly after 8:00 P.M. It was a 58-mile trip. The coffin was then carried by hearse to the state House of Representatives, placed in a catafalque, and opened for public viewing at 9:30 P.M CDV Photo. $995

CHEROKEE BILL CDV PHOTO.

Crawford Goldsby, an Oklahoma outlaw better known as Cherokee Bill, was born at Fort Concho, Texas, on February 8, 1876, the son of St. George and Ellen (Beck) Goldsby. He had three siblings, sister Georgia and brothers Luther and Clarence.

The elder Goldsby (from Alabama) was in the Tenth United States Cavalry and claimed to be of black, Sioux, Mexican, and white ancestry. He had been in the Army in Texas. Because of a fracas in Texas, he went AWOL and escaped to Indian Territory (now Oklahoma).

Bill’s mother was reportedly half black, one-fourth white, and one-fourth Cherokee. She had been born in the Cherokee nation, Delaware District. Her parents had been owned as slaves at one time by a Cherokee, Jefferey Beck. After having been left by her husband in Texas, she went with her family to Fort Gibson, Indian Territory, leaving Crawford behind in the care of a black woman, Amanda Foster. She took care of him until the age of seven when he moved with his mother to Fort Gibson and then was sent to Cherokee, Kansas to Indian school for three years. He then went to the Carlisle Industrial School for Indians in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, for two years, but some sources state that he could barely read and write.

After leaving school at the age of twelve, he returned to Oklahoma.

His mother had remarried when he was thirteen. He apparently didn’t get along with his new stepfather well. He started hanging around with a bad crowd, drinking liquor and rebelling against authority.

At fifteen, he went to live with his sister, Georgia, and her husband.

At seventeen, he worked on a ranch where it was said he was well liked by all.

At eighteen, while attending a dance at Fort Gibson, Texas, he shot Jake Lewis twice for beating up Crawford’s little brother. He then headed for the Creek and Seminole Nations (now Oklahoma) where he met Jim and Bill Cook, a couple of outlaws.

In the summer of 1894, the Cook’s and Crawford got the owner of a restaurant to go and collect some money due each of them as a payment share for some Indian land called the Cherokee Strip. The government had bought the land. She did collect the money for all three, and on her return was followed by a sheriff’s posse trying to catch up with the Cooks. There was a gunfight at one point, one killed and one wounded. The owner of the restaurant was questioned about the gunfight and was asked if Crawford was amongst the group. She replied no but that it was the Cherokee Kid. This, apparently, was where he gained his nickname.

The famous Cook gang made itself known across the Cherokee and Seminole Nations (in now Oklahoma) in July, 1894 with robberies and murder.

Some of his biographers contend that he did not begin the exploits that made him infamous until the age of eighteen. Others, however, believe that he killed his first victim when he was only twelve. Biographers also are uncertain when he received the name Cherokee Bill. He murdered at least seven people and may have killed as many as thirteen. Certainly by the time he reached eighteen he had joined the Bill Cook gang in bank and train robberies. Bill later formed his own gang and also rode with such well-known outlaws as Henry Starr and Billy the Kid. With the assistance of acquaintances who hoped to receive part of a $1,500 reward, federal authorities captured Bill and transported him to the federal district court in Fort Smith, Arkansas. There he received a capital conviction for the murder of an unarmed painter who happened to witness Bill’s participation in a robbery. However, Bill’s lawyer appealed the conviction, maintaining that Bill had not received a fair trial in the court of Judge Isaac Parker, a jurist known for his disdain for lawbreakers. After an unsuccessful escape attempt in which he killed a jail guard at Fort Smith, Bill received a second murder conviction.

When the United States Supreme Court rejected his appeal of his first conviction, federal officials hanged him before hundreds of onlookers, on March 17, 1896. His last reported comment was, “I came here to die, not to make a speech.”

Judge Parker characterized Bill as a “bloodthirsty mad dog who killed for the love of killing” and as “the most vicious” of all the outlaws in the Oklahoma Territory. Numerous publications recounted Bill’s life of crime. After his death, his mother took his body to the Fort Gibson. P.O.R

BUFFALO BILL & PAWNEE BILL WATCH FOB.

In 1909 Buffalo Bill decided to join forces with his former employee and competitor Pawnee Bill. By this time, both shows utilized acts from other parts of the world in addition to acts from the American West. The resulting combination was renamed Buffalo Bill’s Wild West and Pawnee Bill’s Far East. Buffalo Bill and Pawnee Bill continued as partners until 1913, when the combined show was forced to close due to debts. $625

COWBOY CABINET CARD PHOTO.

This is a nice cabinet card photo of cowboy wearing his chaps and gun around his waist. And holding a nice rawhide rope. $525

OUTLAW SOAPY SMITH.

The infamous Soapy Smith was a late 19th century American old west confidence man and gambler par excellence. Known as the “king of the frontier confidence men” he was beyond comparison the most artful grifter of his time. As a crime lord Soapy organized a large and powerful gang of talented soundrels and rogues in order to assume control of the criminal underworlds in Denver and Creede, Colorado, between the years 1884 and 1895, and in Skagway, Alaska, during the Klondike gold rush of 1896-1898. In the latter he was known in the newspapers around the nation as the “uncrowned king of Skagway.” Soapy Smith was the last of his kind, an old west crime figure who refused to give up the old ways for a constantly changing, modernizing nation. He was shot dead in a horrific gunfight while facing angry vigilantes on July 8, 1898. Four days prior, he had been the man of the hour. He had led Skagway’s first Independence Day parade as one of its grand marshals, and he stood on stage along side Alaska Territorial Governor John Brady. Four days later he died, labeled a criminal outlaw.
This is the story of a very complex criminal. Although a bad man, he was also a self-styled patriot and a charitable man, strikingly generous to those in need. He was known to his peers and enemies for his bravery and loyalty to his gang, friends, and family. His motto was “Get it while the get’in’s good.” In the days of the old west, no one proved more slippery. P.O.R

JOHNNY BAKER WILD WEST.

Showman, Entertainer. Foster son of William “Buffalo Bill” Cody. Although his parents never allowed Cody to officially adopt him, he nevertheless travelled, worked and studied with Buffalo Bill from the age of 7 years, after the death of Cody’s natural son, Kit Carson, in 1876 at the age of 5. Under Cody’s tutelage he became the sharpshooter star of “Buffalo Bill’s Wild West” show in the United States and Europe, and later was manager and booker worldwide for the show until Cody’s death in 1917. He then founded the Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum. Cabinet Photo. $975

JESSE JAMES SHOW ELKTON S.D.

CDV Photo of the Jesse James Show At Elkton S.D. 25c for tickets. $925

HOME WERE JESSE JAMES WAS KILLED

Photo says at bottom JESSE JAMES KILLED IN THIS HOUSE APRIL,3 1882. $795

JESSE & FRANK JAMES HOMESTEAD.

Home of Jesse & Frank James. Charging 50 cents to tour the famous outlaws home. Frank James posing in front of the Homestead. $875

COWBOYS PLAYING CARDS.

CDV Photo of cowboys playing cards. $695

JESSE & FRANK JAMES AMBROTYPE PHOTO.

Ambrotype photo of Jesse & Frank James of the James Younger Gang. Jesse second from left and Frank thrid from left. P.O.R

JESSE & FRANK JAMES FAMILY JAMES GANG.

Jesse and his brother Frank James were Confederate guerrillas during the Civil War. They were accused of participating in atrocities committed against Union soldiers. After the war, as members of one gang or another, they robbed banks, stagecoaches and trains. Despite popular portrayals of James as a kind of Robin Hood, robbing from the rich and giving to the poor, there is no evidence that he and his gang used their robbery gains for anyone but themselves.

The James brothers were most active with their gang from about 1866 until 1876, when their attempted robbery of a bank in Northfield, Minnesota, resulted in the capture or deaths of several members. They continued in crime for several years, recruiting new members, but were under increasing pressure from law enforcement. On April 3, 1882, Jesse James was killed by Robert Ford, who was a member of the gang living in the James house and who was hoping to collect a state reward on James’ head. P.O.R

ARKANSAS TOM JONES OUTLAW.

Roy Daugherty, also known as Arkansas Tom Jones, was an outlaw of the Old West, and a member of the Wild Bunch gang, led by Bill Doolin. Born into a staunchly religious family in Missouri, his two brothers became preachers. CDV Photo. $2150

GENERAL CUSTER LAST SITTING PHOTO.

George Armstrong Custer was a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the Indian Wars. Raised in Michigan and Ohio, Custer was admitted to West Point in 1858, where he graduated last in his class. Cabinet Card. $2550

VIGILANTE JOHN X. BEIDLER.

John 1831-1890 was born in Pennsylvania and migrated West to Kansas before the Civil war. He joined John Brown’s border ruffians he left Kansas for Texas when Brown went to Harper’s Ferry and settled in Virginia City, Montana in 1863. $1550

Tiburcio Vasquez CALIFORNIA OUTLAW.

Tiburcio Vásquez was a Californio bandido who was active in California from 1854 to 1874. The Vasquez Rocks, 40 miles north of Los Angeles, were one of his many hideouts and are named for him. $1795

CDV PHOTO KIT CARSON.

Christopher Houston “Kit” Carson was an American frontiersman and Indian fighter. Carson left home in rural present-day Missouri at age 16 and became a mountain man and trapper in the West. $3495

WILD BILL HICKOK GRAVE SITE.

James Butler Hickok (May 27, 1837 – August 2, 1876), better known as Wild Bill Hickok, was a folk hero of the American Old West. His skills as a gunfighter and scout, along with his reputation as a lawman, provided the basis for his fame, although some of his reported exploits are fictionalized.

Hickok came to the West as a fugitive from justice, first working as a stagecoach driver, before he became a lawman in the frontier territories of Kansas and Nebraska. He fought for the Union Army during the American Civil War, and gained publicity after the war as a scout, marksman, actor, and professional gambler. Between his law-enforcement duties and gambling, which easily overlapped, Hickok was involved in several notable shootouts. He was shot and killed while playing poker in the Nuttal & Mann’s Saloon in Deadwood, Dakota Territory. CDV Photo. $395

YOUNGER GANG CDV PHOTO.

The James-Younger Gang was a notable 19th-century gang of American outlaws that included Jesse James. $1895

TEXAS RANGER SLICK CLEMENTS CDV PHOTO.

William T. “Slick” Clements enlisted in 1875 as a member of Captain D.W. Robert’s Company of Texas Rangers, and later joined Major John B. Jones’ Company. According to an accompanying reprint of an article originally published in a 1924 edition of Frontier Times, Clements was best known among his fellows for his marksmanship, preferring a Smith and Wesson revolver over the more commonly used Colt. $1575

COWBOY CDV PHOTO.

CDV photo of cowboy posing with his gun belt and holster and wearing fringed pants. $475

CONFEDERATE GUERRILLA GEORGE TODD CDV PHOTO.

George M. Todd was a Confederate guerrilla leader during the American Civil War who served under the infamous William C. Quantrill. George Todd was one of William Clarke Quantrill’s most trusted officers. He was present at the Lawrence, Kansas raid, and according to most accounts, received the lion’s share of the money taken during looting.

CHARLIE FORD BROTHER OF ROBERT FORD.

Charles Wilson “Charley” Ford was an outlaw, and member of the James Gang. He was the lesser known brother of Robert Ford, the killer of Jesse James. CDV photo. $675

CDV PHOTO OUTLAW JESSE JAMES.

Jesse Woodson James was an American outlaw, gang leader, bank robber, train robber, and murderer from the state of Missouri and the most famous member of the James-Younger Gang. $375

 

CABINET CARD COWBOY & PIT BULL DOG.

Nice cabinet card photo of cowboy holding his winchester rifle and pit bull dog in his lap. $675

FRANK BUTLER ANNIE OAKLEY’S HUSBAND.

Cabinet card photo Frank E. Butler was a marksman in Wild West variety shows. He was married to sharpshooter Annie Oakley. $650

 

INDIAN PHOTO BOW & ARROW.

CDV photo of Indian and his Bow & Arrow. $575

GERONIMO CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Cabinet card Geronimo was a prominent leader of the Bedonkohe Apache who fought against Mexico and the United States for their expansion into Apache tribal lands for several decades during the Apache Wars. $2750

DRUMMER BOY.

Fine cabinet card photo of little Drummer boy. $275

KANSAS PACIFIC RAILWAY.

Cabinet card photo displaying buffalo head mounts in front of the Kansas Pacific Railway Company. $395

COWBOYS HOLDING SWORD & RIFLE.

Cabinet card photo of cowboys holding there weapons of choice. $275

MEXICAN HOLDING CANE.

Cabinet card of Mexican holding his cane. $350

BEEVILLE TEXAS TOWN SCENE.

Good cabinet photo of Beeville Texas town scene. Showing hardware store and dry goods. $375

CABINET CARD PHOTO AGUES EVANS.

Cabinet card photo of Agues Evans. $295

Brooks had appeared in Wichita in 1870, he was employed as a driver by the Southwestern Stage Company, the stage company switched routes to Newton, Brooks found that in Newton the cattle trade was in full swing and was in bad need of law enforcement. Early in 1870 Newton was incorporated as a third-class city, the city council wasted no time in appointing a police force. Brooks’ tough reputation led to his being appointed town marshal on 1 April, by the 14th of June Brooks had decided that the $75 wage wasn’t nearly enough for laying his life on the line. Much of Brooks’ subsequent career is a mixture of hearsay, alleged gunfights and tall tales. By 1874 Brooks had turned to outlawry and horse thievery. Following a siege near Caldwell, Kansas, Brooks, Charlie Smith and L. B. Hasbrouck were removed from jail by a large gang of silent men and taken to a large tree on the main road. $1895

BOB YOUNGER OF THE JAMES YOUNGER GANG.

CDV Photo Bob Younger James-Younger Gang taken after the raid on the First National Bank in Northfield, MN on September 7, 1876. $1495

MISSOURI GUERILLA QUANTRILL CIVIL WAR.

William Clarke Quantrill was a Confederate guerrilla leader during the American Civil War. After leading a Confederate bushwhacker unit along the Missouri-Kansas border in the early 1860s.

CIVIL WAR BROTHERS 1860 COLT REVOLVERS.

Nice photo of civil war brothers wearing some type of badges and carrying there 1860 army colt revolvers. $875

BRIGHAM YOUNG & WIVES CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Brigham Young was an American leader in the Latter Day Saint movement and a settler of the Western United States. $795

OLD WEST TOWN SCENE LIQUOR DEALER.

Large cabinet card old west town scene. Showing wholesale liquor dealer drug store stock exchange. Nice photo. $250

COWBOYS CHAPS PISTOLS.

Cabinet card photo of cowboys with there chaps on and pistols on there hip. $495

CABINET CARD PHOTO MAY LILLIE.

Mary Manning was born on March 12, 1869 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Her parents were William R. and Mary Manning. May had two sisters, Elmira and Elizabeth Manning and a younger brother, William B. Manning. May also had three half brothers, Samuel, Edward and Albert Eager. Mary Manning married Gordon William Lillie (who became famous as Pawnee Bill in 1886 at her parent’s home in Philadelphia. $525

COLT SINGLE ACTIONS KNIFE & WHISKEY PHOTO.

Nice cabinet card photo of two men holding there colt single actions knife & bottle of whiskey. $350

COWBOY PISTOL WHITE WOOLEY CHAPS.

Cabinet card photo of cowboy wearing his white wooley chaps and pistol on his hip. $495

CABINET CARD INDIAN PHOTO.

Nice cabinet card photo of Indian wearing his badge. $425

INDIANS ON THE PLAINS PHOTO.

Great looking cdv photo of Indians gathered on the plains. $875

INDIAN ATTACKING SOLIDER PHOTO.

Rare cdv photo of Indian attacking solider. The solider has his colt single action pointed right at his heart. Nice looking photo. $325

COWBOYS & INDIAN PHOTO.

Nice cdv photo of cowboys & Indians holding there weapons. $625

CDV PHOTO APACHE INDIANS.

Here is a nice photo of two Apache Indians holding there weapons. $525

CABINET CARD PHOTO UNDERTAKER BUILDING.

Nice photo of town showing undertaker building. Cabinet card photo. $325

TITLED NO.8 AFTER DINNER PHOTO.

Nice cabinet card photo of cowboys and horses. Photo is titled NO.8 AFTER DINNER. $375

GROUP OF INDIANS CABINET CARD PHOTO.

This is a nice photo of a white lady with a group of Indians. $895

BUFFALO BILL’S WILD WEST COWBOY BAND CABINET CARD PHOTO.

The music of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West unified the myriad sights and smells, narrative hoopla and raucous sounds of a spectacle that aimed to satisfy showgoers by leaving their minds and imaginations overstimulated and exhausted. Sweeney’s Famous Cowboy Band did not just add another layer of stimulation; the musicians actually controlled the multiple energies of each performance as they moved the show’s segments along. The music provided a rope of continuity in a diversified extravaganza that seemed to hover throughout on the precipice of chaos. When the wild stimuli of the performance subsided, though, showgoers were left with a surplus of images and ideas. $695

TOM HORN LEGENDARY OUTLAW CDV PHOTO.

Thomas “Tom” Horn, Jr. was an American Old West lawman, scout, soldier, hired gunman, detective, outlaw and assassin. On the day before his 43rd birthday, he was hanged in Cheyenne, Wyoming, for the murder of Willie Nickell. $795

TRAVELING BAKERY HORSE & WAGON.

Cabinet card photo of horse & wagon with East End Bakery displayed on the side. Nice looking cabinet card photo. $275

COON CHICKEN INN POST CARD

COON CHICKEN INN POST CARD.

Coon Chicken Inn Post Card. $85

CDV PHOTOBUFFALO BILL

BUFFALO BILL CDV.

CDV Photo Buffalo Bill Cody on horse back. $950

VINTAGE INDIAN MAIDEN

VINTAGE INDIAN MAIDEN POST CARD.

Rare Indian Maiden Post Card. $65

BUCKING HORSE PHOTO

BUCKING HORSE CABINET CARD PHOTO.

Neat cabinet card photo of a bucking horse and cows in the back ground. $325