Oakley and Crager scrapbook materials now available

The following newspaper articles from the Annie Oakley Scrapbook (McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, MS6.3681) are now available:

The Indian Rising
Death of Annie Oakley
“Little Sure Shot’s” All Right
She Is Not Dead
Untitled [All counter attractions are totally eclipsed by the presence of Colonel W. F. Cody]
Buffalo Bill In Belgium
The Wild West Show in Leeds
Miss Annie Oakley’s Guns
Untitled [Annie Oakley performs marvels of accurate shooting]
Miss Annie Oakley
Brighton Society
Untitled [The programme which was rendered famous]
Buffalo Bill as a Rifle Shot
An Interview with Miss Annie Oakley

In addition, the following articles from George Crager’s scrapbook (McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, MS6.3772) are up:

An Indian Fighter’s Views
Born on the Briny Deep
Otakte’s Condition Unchanged
“Kills His Pony” No More
Untitled [Otakte died in Bellevue Hospitalon Tuesday]
To Sleep on the Happy Hunting Grounds
Kill-His-Pony Is Dead
Kills-Many Is Dead
Gone To the Happy Hunting Ground
Untitled [Pallbearers for Kill His Pony]
Last of a Brave
Otakte Dies in Bellevue
Killed-His-Pony Buried
Hungry Redmen
Natives Arrive
Big Injuns with Big Appetites
Hatchets For Buffalo Bill
Low Neck, The Poor Indian
Low Neck Gives a Better Report
No-Neck Has Spoken
Chief No Neck’s Story
Buffalo Bill Is Home Again
“Buffalo Bill” At Home
Pleased with the Talk
What Is Going on in the Theatrical World
An Hour with General Cody
Brussels Gossip
Sermons In Rhyme
The Wild West in Leeds
Among The Indians
Leeds Evening Express
The Wild West Show
Marriage of Indians at Old Trafford
Untitled [Cody’s stay in Manchester]
The Wild West in Sheffield
An Indian Festival at the “Wild West”
The Wild West at Stoke
The Death of a Wild West Indian
The Death of “Eagle Star” in Sheffield
Among The Indians
The “Wild West” in Cardiff (Evening Express)
The Wild West at Cardiff (Western Mail)
Untitled [Mr. Crager, the interpreter]
The “Wild West” Show At Cardiff (Evening Express)
The “Wild West” In Bristol
Buffalo Bill at Portsmouth
Round the “Wild West”
“Buffalo Bill” At Brighton
Redskins At St. Paul’s
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West
The Wild West Show
The Red Man’s Lament
The Red Man’s Lament
Painted Critics at the Play
The Future of the Red Man

More newspaper articles added

The following newspaper articles from the Stroebel Scrapbook (McCracken Research Library, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, MS6.3679) are now online:

The Wild West. The Return to America. Interview With The Manager.
The Future of the Red Man. An Interview with Red Shirt. How the Indian Chief Met Buffalo Bill.
No. 37.—Major John M. Burke. (“Arizona John.”)
London Letter
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West
Birth at the Wild West Camp
The Luck of Cody’s Camp
Christening an Indian Baby
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West
Christening the Papoose
Untitled [Tremendous jubilation]
The Wild West
An Admirer of “Buffalo Bill”
Untitled [Letter to Mr. B. Goodall]
Sale of Buffalo Bill’s Stock
American Broncho Horses v. English Thoroughbreds
Serious Shooting Accident at The Wild West