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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Programs and German newspaper articles added

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Five new programs have been added:
The Frontier Express and Buffalo Bill’s Pictorial Courier
Story of the Wild West and Camp-Fire Chats
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West and Congress of Rough Riders of the World (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Program Buffalo Bill. (Col. W. F. Cody) Indian War Pictures
First Public Presentation Last Indian Battles Historical Pictures Company

along with the following German language newspaper articles:
Einem flott und schneidig gerittenen Rennen | A lively and quickly ridden race
Buffalo Bill und seine Truppe in Wien | Buffalo Bill and his Troupe in Vienna
Die berühmte Kunstschützin Miss Annie Oakley | The celebrated sharp–shooter Miss Annie Oakley
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West (Niederrheinische Volkzeitung)
Buffalo Bill’s Wild West (Aachener Post)
Was sich Berlin erzählt | What Berlin reports

American Exhibition Album and more British Tour articles added

The Souvenir Album of the visit of Her Majesty Queen Victoria to the American Exhibition is now available on the Cody Archive.

In addition, the following newspaper articles about the 1887 British Tour are now up:
Buffalo Bill’s Big Visitors
Too Realistic
“Buffalo Bill”
Letter from Buffalo Bill
The Queen at the Wild West Show
Buffalo Bill in England
Buffalo Bill’s Letter
Sioux Against Pawnees
Letters from the Old Country

Remastered videos & other Archive changes

Videos:
The video clips have been remastered and uploaded to youtube with links from the video page.

Images:
Two new categories have been added to the Images section. Visual Art replaces the category previously called Paintings. In addition, because of the abundance of Cabinet Cards, we are currently in the process of pulling them out of the general Photographs category and placing them in their own section.

Programs:
Three new programs — a 66-page program and a 34-page program from 1877 as well as a program from May 31, 1886 — have been uploaded.

Scrapbook:
The first scrapbook — a 1914 scrapbook filled with newspaper clippings — has been added to the Archive.

Col. W.F. Cody (“Buffalo Bill”) Historical Pictures Company materials now online

The following materials about the Col. W.F. Cody (“Buffalo Bill”) Historical Pictures Company are now online: