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Buffalo Bill Museum

Makers
A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore 34
Descriptions
four color 56 lithograph 172
Names
poster 164
Subjects
cavalry 14 stagecoach 30 Indians 131 Buffalo Bill 103 Wild West Show 235
Date:
ca. 1893
Dimensions:
sight height: 27.875 in, sight width: 38.25 in, Frame height: 30.875 in, Frame width: 41.375 in
Title:
On the Stage Coach. The Original Deadwood Coach, Most Famous Vehicle in History
Credit Line:
Gift of The Coe Foundation
Inscription:
Printed at top: BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST/AND CONGRESS/OF/ROUGH RIDERS/OF THE WORLD, Printed bottom: ON THE STAGE COACH./THE ORIGINAL DEADWOOD COACH,/MOST FAMOUS VEHICLE IN HISTORY, Printed lower right: A. Hoen & Co./BALTIMORE MD.
Remarks:
Four color lithograph poster of stagecoach being attacked by Indians and Buffalo Bill leading the cavalry to the rescue.
Publication:
Magazine: Western Horseman; Bringing the West to the World, by Guy de Galard, Morris Communications Corporation, Magazine Division, Augusta, July 2005, page 56
Accession Number:
1.69.107

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