Annie Oakley Scrapbook

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The following articles from the Annie Oakley Scrapbook are now online:

Miss Annie Oakley
Miss Annie Oakley
Miss Annie Oakley, of Pine Brook
Untitled [The famous rifle and trap shot, Miss Annie Oakley]
Untitled [Just before closing her engagement with the Wild West]
Untitled [Miss Annie Oakley]
Shooting at Flyers
Pigeon Shooting
Untitled [Wm. B. Kennedy claims that his wife can beat]
Untitled [Under Frankey’s guidance, I made my way]
Untitled [The scores made by Miss Annie Oakley]
Untitled [Annie Oakley, a modest young lady]
Untitled [Another eminent American, to wit, Buffalo Bill]
Miss Annie Oakley
Untitled [I elicited the following from Buck Taylor]
Untitled [“What do you call that?” she asked her cavalier]
Royal Visit to the American Exhibition
Untitled [There is so much excellent material]
Chit-Chat and the Drama
A Private View of Buffalo Bill
Untitled [The Wild West Show went a great deal better]
The Prince of Wales at the Wild West Show
Untitled [Amongst the skilled in arms of precision]
Untitled [Yesterday the opening of the American Exhibition]
The American Exhibition and the Wild West
General Chatter
At The Yankeeries
Untitled [After some very clever shooting by Miss Annie Oakley]
Untitled [Yesterday morning the Prince of Wales visited]
Pigeon Shooting
Untitled [A correspondent writes]
Untitled [The Princess of Wales]
Untitled [Annie Oakley and Gilmore Sharp shot a match]
The Wild West Show
Untitled [Miss Annie Oakley showed that she would be a formidable]
Untitled [It was early on Thursday morning]
Miss Oakley Defeats Graham

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