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MS 411 - J.R. Salzer Collection

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Title: MS 411 - J.R. Salzer CollectionAdd to your cart.

Primary Creator: Allen, Mary Jester

Other Creators: Cody Stott Garlow, Irma Louise, Cody, William Frederick "Buffalo Bill", Frederici Cody, Louisa Maud "Lulu"

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

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Repository: McCracken Research Library

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[Item 8: PN.411.015],
[Item 9: PN.411.016],
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Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Mary Jester Allen Files - Broncho CharlieAdd to your cart.
Newsclipping:
Item 1Add to your cart.

January 17, 1950    Cody Enterprise, Cody,WY

“Broncho Charlie Still Spry at 100, Might Come to Cody for the Summer” (Bronco Charlie Miller)

Folder 2: Mary Jester Allen Files - W. F. Cody, "Buffalo BIll's Masonic HistoryAdd to your cart.
Correspondence (typed)
Item 1Add to your cart.
January 9, 1939                E. G. Wendling, Secretary, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Portland, OR:  writes to R.W. Allen , First National Bank, Cody, WY: Inquiring about William F. Cody’s lodge activity record
Item 2Add to your cart.
January 19, 1939            R. W. Allen, Shoshone National Bank of Cody, WY: writes to Mary Jester Allen, New York, NY: Asking that she answer a letter to Secretary E. G. Wendling. (Envelope included)
Item 3Add to your cart.
March 5, 1960          Mary Jester Allen,  Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody , WY: writes to Chamber of Commerce, Manager, North Platte, NE: Inquiring about the Commander of the Knights Templar of North Platte, NE
Item 4Add to your cart.
March 8, 1960            Jerry Pulliam, Manager, Chamber of Commerce, North Platte, NE,: writes  to Mary Jester Allen, Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, WY:  Declaring the intention to encourage the State of Nebraska to purchase the Scouts Rest Ranch for a State Park
Item 5Add to your cart.
March 15, 1960              Mary Jester Allen, Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, WY: writes to Robert Lowe, Commander of the Knights Templar, North Platte, NE, Requesting information on when William F. Cody joined the Masonic Lodge
Item 6Add to your cart.
March 15, 1960              Mary Jester Allen, Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, WY:  writes to Jerry Pulliam, Manager, Chamber of Commerce, North Platte, NE: Inquiring about the efforts to designate the Scouts Rest Ranch a State Park.
Item 7Add to your cart.
Enclosure:  News clipping, (unidentified source) Blue Lodge AF & AM, Cody WY: recently installed officers of the Masonic order including R. W. Allen
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March 22, 1960              Robert B. Lowe, Knights Templar, North Platte, NE: writes to Mary Jester Allen, Buffalo Bill Memorial Association, Cody, WY: Outline of the Masonic record of William F. Cody in North Platte, NE from 1880-1897
Item 9Add to your cart.
March 28, 1960              Mary Jester Allen, Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, WY:  writes to Robert B. Lowe, Commander Knights Templar, North Platte, NE: Thanking him for the information on W. F. Cody’s Masonic record in North Platte, NE.
Item 10Add to your cart.
March 28, 1960              Mary Jester Allen, Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, WY: writes to R. W. Allen, Shoshone First National Bank, Cody, WY: Requesting information on an International Headquarters in Scotland for the Masonic Order.
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April 21, 1960                  Raymond W. Allen, Sheridan, WY: writes to Supreme Council Scottish Rite, Washington, D.C.:  Inquiring about the status of William F. Cody in the Masonic Order.

Attached note at the bottom of the letter:  to Mary Jester Allen about the honors in the Scottish Rite and the York Rite of the Masonic order.

Item 12Add to your cart.
April 26, 1960                Ray Baker Harris, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Washington, D. C.: writes to Raymond W. Allen, Shoshone First National Bank, Cody, WY: Explaining the 33 degree Masonic Rite and a brief record of William F. Cody
Folder 3: Mary Jester Allen Files - Irma CodyAdd to your cart.
Item 1: P.411.001Add to your cart.
5x7 Photograph of Irma, Fred Garlow and three children
Item 2Add to your cart.
Business card: United States Historical Maps & Books: D. P. Dicus, Covina, CA
Folder 4: Mary Jester Allen Files - General King: re "Buffalo Bill"Add to your cart.
News clippings:
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January 20, 1929            “Gen. King, Aroused, Will Defend Memory of Buffalo Bill”
Item 2Add to your cart.
January 26, 1929            Omaha, NE World Herald, “General King on Buffalo Bill”
Item 3Add to your cart.
February 26, 1929          San Diego Union, “Today is 83rd Birthday Date of Buffalo Bill”
Item 4Add to your cart.
July 17, 1931                  Milwaukie Journal, “Gen. King Heat Victim at Camp”
Folder 5: Mary Jester Allen Files - W. F. Cody, Buffalo Bill's Death and FuneralAdd to your cart.
News clippings:
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January 11, 1917              Indianapolis Star, “Noted Plainsman at End of the Trail,” “Local Man Mourns Death of Col. Cody
Item 2Add to your cart.
January 11, 1917              Boston Journal, “Body of Buffalo Bill to Lie in State Capitol”
Item 3Add to your cart.
Unknown                            “Buffalo Bill is Dead at Denver"
Item 4Add to your cart.
Unknown                            “Buffalo Bill Dies in Home Denver, Colo.”
Item 5Add to your cart.
January 28, 1917                Post  Intelligence, “ Want to Join his Idol and Hero Buffalo Bill”
Item 6Add to your cart.
Unknown                            “Notice for Publications in the District Court Fifth Judicial District, State of Wyoming, In the Matter of the Estate of William F. Cody, Deceased.
Item 7Add to your cart.
Unknown                              “Roosevelt Gives Aid to Buffalo Bill Memorial”
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Unknown                              “Honors for Buffalo Bill”
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May 27, 1917                      Rocky Mountain News, Denver Co., “Museum of Early West, Cody Memorial Plan A Statue to Symbolize Types of Frontier Days” (A. P. Proctor design)
Item 10Add to your cart.
October 27, 1959                Cody Enterprise, Buffalo Bill Museum, Henry Blackman Sell, Victor Weybright, “Buffalo Bill and the Wild West”
Item 11Add to your cart.
July 4, 1968                          Cody Enterprise, Special Souvenir Edition, 49 Years of the Cody Stampede, Buffalo Bill Historical Center
Folder 6: Mary Jester Allen Files - Stage Coach Date; "Deadwood" and OthersAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.
May 29, 1959                      News clipping: New York Times, “Old West Stage Has Home in the East”
Item 2: P.411.002Add to your cart.
Photograph:                        8x10: “Under Carriage of the Deadwood Coach”; on verso: measurements and information on the Deadwood Coach.
Item 3: P.411.003Add to your cart.
Photograph                         8x10: “Colonel William Cody “Buffalo Bill” and John Burke on the box of the Buffalo Bill Coach, taken in front of Abbot, Downing Company, 1895; on verso:  measurements and information on the Buffalo Bill Coach
Item 4Add to your cart.
Two pages of information on the Deadwood Stage Coach: On Original Buffalo Bill Museum stationary: In upper left corner: “Copied from Old Wild West Show Booklets and Programs.
Item 5Add to your cart.
Two pages of information about Deadwood Stage Coaches, built by Abbott and Downing.
Item 6Add to your cart.
Two pages of stories about the Deadwood Stage and William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody
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July 18, 1937                        Correspondence: (copy) Thomas Fay Walsh, Newburyport, MA writes to Mr. Bailey concerning trip times and horse training.
Folder 7: Mary Jester Allen Files - Cody and Louisa - LegalAdd to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.
Chattel Mortgage document: W. F.  Cody to Shoshone National Bank; Filed June 4, 1912 for $2,500 - 110 horses
Item 2Add to your cart.
Chattel Mortgage document: Louisa M. Cody to Cody Trading Company filed September 19, 1916 for $4000 for 320 head of cattle and 85 head of horses
Item 3Add to your cart.
Chattel Mortgage document:  Louisa Cody, Irma Garlow, Fred H, Garlow to Shoshone National Bank; Filed September 24, 1917 for $400 – 100 head of hogs
Item 4Add to your cart.
Chattel Mortgage document:  Louisa M. Cody, Irma Cody Garlow to Shoshone National Bank; Filed January 15, 1918 for $1050 – 18 head of horses, 35 head of cattle
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Chattel Mortgage document: Louisa Cody, Irma Garlow to Shoshone National Bank; Filed October 7, 1918 for $750 – 18 head of horses and 35 head of cattle
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Last Will and Testament of Louisa M.Cody
Item 7: CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
September 28, 1954        Ernest J. Goppert, Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody, WY writes to: Miss Helen Cody Allan, Cody, WY: Letter presenting  the mortgage paper dated August 15, 1916
Folder 8: Mary Jester Allen Files -  Sheep Wagon (see Sayles folder and Jack Gage)Add to your cart.
Item 1Add to your cart.
Card with interior description of a sheep wagon , (hand drawn)
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Postcard

9x6                    “Out on the Lone Prairie” Sheep herders wagon, Dexter Press, Published by Sanborn Souvenir Co

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Postcard

"Band of Sheep”; Flash Studio & Gift Shop, Red Lodge, MT

Item 4: P.411.004Add to your cart.
Photograph  5x7                        Man Standing by a saddled horse, 3 dogs by their feet: Note: Bounce, his horse and dogs. What those dogs will do for Bounce makes you admire both man and the dogs.
Item 5: P.411.005Add to your cart.
Photograph  5x7              Man in a sheep wagon; on verso: Bounce
Item 6: P.411.006Add to your cart.
Photograph  5x8                    Sheep wagon next to a hillside: Note: This is exactly the type of old Sheep wagon used by Emge, Alleman, Bounce and Pete April 2, 1909
Item 7: P.411.007Add to your cart.
Photograph  3.5x3.5              Man inside a sheep wagon; “Bounce”

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