More newspaper articles online

These newspaper articles regarding the British tour are now online:

The Lion of London
“Gath’s” Visit to Buffalo Bill
The Queen at the Show
Buffalo Bill
Nate Salsbury’s Welcome
The Wild West Show
“Red Indians in Camp”
Buffalo Bill as an Author
Track and stable talk
Sugared Popcorn
The Coming of Cody
Amusements
Notes and Opinions
Buffalo Bill Back
Buffalo Bill a Bigger Man Than Minister Phelps
Buffalo Bill’s Barbecue
My First Dead Indian
The Wild West
“Wild West” Show a Success
The Cowboy Craze
Fighting and Trapping
Buffalo Bill’s Long Ride
Buffalo Bill’s Bar
Untitled [In Matthew Arnold’s last criticism]
Buffalo Bill and Albert Edward
Buffalo Bill in England
They Went Back and Lied
The Biggest Man in London
Americans in London
Rambles about Europe
The National Defenses

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New content added to letters, personography and encyclopedia

Annotations have been added to 28 letters — css00501css00509 and css00511css00529. In addition, the annotations in letters css00429, css00448, and css00450 have been enhanced. Mike Russell and Hudson Darrah have been added to the personography and Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Combined with Pawnee Bill’s Great Far East and the Cody Trading Company have been added to the encyclopedia.

People Added; Letters Annotated

Three people have been added to the personography: Dennis Cunningham, Henry Gerrans, and William Paxton. In addition, updates have been made to Horace Alger, George Bleistein, William Hymer, and Bronson Rumsey, and the Shoshone Irrigation Company has been added to the encyclopedia.

The following letters to George Beck have also been annotated:
css00434 March 2, 1892
css00435 May 5, 1895
css00436 May 9, 1895
css00437 May 12, 1895
css00438 June 3 [1895]
css00439 June 14, 1895

More Business Letters Added

More business correspondence, most from William F. Cody to partner George Beck, has been added:

css00464 March 10, 1896
css00465 Letter from William F. Cody to Horace C. Alger, March 17, 1896
css00466 March 26, 1896
css00467 March 26, 189[6]
css00468 March 31, 1896
css00469 April 3, 1896
css00470 April 3, 1896
css00471 April 6, 1896
css00472 April 9, 1896
css00473 April 13, 1896
css00474 April 27, [1896]
css00475 April 28, 189[6]
css00476 May 5, 1896
css00477 May 5, 1896
css00478 May 7, 1896
css00479 September 4, 1896
css00480 May 8, 1896
css00481 May 11, 1896
css00482 May 13 [1896]
css00483 May 17, 1896
css00484 May 19, 1896
css00485 May 22, 1896
css00486 May 25, 1896
css00487 May 29, 1896
css00488 July 5, 1896
css00489 July 5, 1896
css00490 July 7, 1896
css00491 July 7, 1896
css00492 July 8, 1896
css00493 July 14, 1896
css00494 August 1, 1896
css00495 August 11, 1896
css00496 August 14, 1896
css00497 August 17, 1896
css00498 August 26, 1896
css00499 August 29, 1896
css00500 August 31, 1896
css00501 September 1, 1896
css00502 September 3, 1896
css00503 September 7, 189[6]
css00504 September 14, 1896
css00505 September 18, 1896
css00506 September 19, 1896
css00507 September 20, 1896
css00508 September 21, 1896
css00509 September 22, 1896
css00511 October 1, 1896
css00512 October 2, 1896
css00513 October 3, 1896
css00514 October 7, 1896
css00515 October 8, 1896
css00516 April 19, 1897
css00517 June 17, 1897
css00518 July 31, 1897
css00519 October 4, 1897
css00520 Letter from William F. Cody to C. B. Jones, April 9, 1898
css00521 June 4, 1898
css00522 June 24, 1898
css00523 July 9, 1898
css00524 July 19, 1898
css00525 July 20, 1898
css00526 July 28, 1898
css00527 August 12, 1898
css00528 August 17, 1898
css00529 October 9, 1898