[Loscho_Enews] Photos of Buffalo Bill Everett appearance in 1908
Margie and Greg Wilson
wilsongm at frontier.com
Sun Jun 23 15:03:29 PDT 2013
Years ago I lived in Southwest Washington. I had the pleasure of
visiting the Lelooka Foundation Museum in Ariel, Washington. In the
museum are artifacts regarding Buffalo Bill Cody. One of the leaders
of the Lelooksa family (Chief Lelooska's grandfather, named
"He-Killer") I believe was a performer in the Buffalo Bill Cody's
Wild West Show. The Leloska Foundation may be willing to loan you
some artifacts for your podcast and or photographs. The contact
information follows below. On the website (www.lelooska.org) there is
a narrative about Chief Lelooska's grandfather and a brief mention of
Buffalo Bill Cody. These family owned artifacts are on exhibit in
this small but fascinating museum in Ariel, WA.
-- Hope this helps, Margie Wilson
Lelooska Foundation P.O. Box 526 Ariel, Washington 98603 Phone
(360) 225-9522 Fax (360) 225-7416
<http://www.lelooska.org>www.lelooska.org info at lelooska.org
Mariah Stoll-Smith Reese, Executive Director
Judith Ibbs, Assistant and Shari Catania, Assistant
Board of Directors
Tsungani Fearon Smith, President
Rose Petersen, Vice President
Gretchen Fuller, Treasurer
Wendy Dasler Johnson# # #
At 04:43 PM 6/22/2013, Cameron Johnson wrote:
>League Enews -
>We're working on a podcast about Buffalo Bill's two Everett
>appearances on Sept. 22, 1908. We'd like to have some photos of that
>specific event (Not just BB in general) to accompany the podcast.
>Our Northwest History Room, alas, has only an image of the show's
>poster. Does anyone have photos of the event they could share? That
>is, the setup, the acts, the grounds, anything? I've contacted the
>Buffalo Bill Historical Center and Denver Public Library, who both
>have large photographic archives of BB, but even they don't have
>photos of that specific appearance. They do have some great general
>photos of the Wild West in general, but their fees are pretty high.
>Many thanks for your consideration.
>Cameron A. Johnson
>Everett Public Library
>2702 Hoyt Avenue
>Everett, WA 98201
>cjohnson at everettwa.gov<mailto:cjohnson at everettwa.gov>
>As little as possible,
>As much as necessary.
> -R. Daneel Olivaw
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