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Buffalo Bill Museum

A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore 34
lithograph 172 four color 56
poster 164
rifle 91 Annie Oakley 17
ca. 1890
sight height: 28.5 in, sight width: 19 in, Frame height: 31.625 in, Frame width: 22 in
Miss Annie Oakley, The Peerless Lady Wing-Shot
Credit Line:
Gift of The Coe Foundation
Printed at top: BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST./CONGRESS, ROUGH RIDERS OF THE WORLD, Printed at bottom: MISS ANNIE OAKLEY,/THE PEERLESS LADY WING-SHOT, Printed lower left: 35, Printed lower right: A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore, U.S.A.
Four color lithograph poster of Annie Oakley posing with rifle and shooting target balls.
Book: Legends of the West: Annie Oakley; Sara Gilbert; Creative Education; Mankato; 2006; cover; page 33
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