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comp height: 11.25 in, comp width: 9 in, Frame height: 19.75 in, Frame width: 13.25 in
Untitled (Indian scene illustration of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show
LLC: C. Henckel 1890 Munchen
1960 BBM Catalog #8736, was originally not framed but was inserted into the frame and backing for 1960 BBM #5156 (51.69.17) after that drawing was reframed. (11-10-88 EAB) Goodman collection #81, part of album of 21 drawings done in Germany during WWS tour. Purchased by the BBMA from Mrs. Edith F. Goodman of Cody following Mr. Goodman's death in 1951. Mr. Goodman was a nephew of Buffalo Bill.