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Name Buffalo Bill

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Image of 2015.016.001 - Narrative

2015.016.001 - Narrative

"A Vacation in Colorado: July 4, 1941 to August 1, 1941" as written by Harold A. Miner with William Miner. A 47 page narrative about their vacation to Colorado and Golden in 1941.

Image of 2017.034.020 - Fonds

2017.034.020 - Fonds

Folder #20 containing items from Georgina Brown, including - Postcard - Max Mosko Motel (near Kipling and Colfax) - KVOD Memorandum dated 3-15-1958 on thirty Golden elementary school children competing in a county spelling bee - Magazine - Judicature: To Promote the Efficient Administration of Justice," 1966, containing an article written by Daniel Shannon profiling the 1964 Hall of Justice in Golden - 1967 - Student Enrollment and Facilities Projectins - Pamphlet - "The New Courthouse, 1878" - Typewritten page of "Golden, Colorado's Liberty Bell" by Mary M. Baxter, 1967 - Pamphlet - "Morrison Monitor" - 1940 - Pers

Image of 1374 - Postcard

1374 - Postcard

Black and white photo postcard of Buffalo Bill's casket on stand with people standing round on Lookout Mountain in Golden, CO. Back of postcard is unused.

Image of 1374.a - Postcard

1374.a - Postcard

Black and white photo postcard of Buffalo Bill's gravesite on Lookout Mountain in Golden, CO. taken after the burial. Men are visible standing near the grave. Back of postcard is unused.

Image of 1374.b - Postcard

1374.b - Postcard

Black and white photo postcard of men in masonic aprons lowering Buffalo Bill's casket into a grave on Lookout Mountain. An American flag is draped over the top of the casket that is partially in the ground. Back of postcard is unused.

Image of 1374.c - Postcard

1374.c - Postcard

Black and white photo postcard of men in masonic aprons preparing to lower Buffalo Bill's casket into a grave on Lookout Mountain. A bouqet of flowers rests on top of the casket. Back of postcard is unused.

Image of 1374.d - Postcard

1374.d - Postcard

Black and white photo postcard of Buffalo Bill's casket before burial, the casket lid is open. An American flag with flowers are draped over the closed lid of the casket. Several people are standing around the casket, one man is standing to the right of the casket holding an umbrella. Back of postcard is unused.

Image of 1999.021.030 - Postcard

1999.021.030 - Postcard

Postcard: Buffalo "Bill's Grave by Moonlight / Denver Mountain Parks, Colorado" and "326 Where the Famous Scout Rests Forever." On back a note is written to "Dear Ginger" with a postmark of June 26, 1937.

Image of 2012.082.005 - Postcard, Picture

2012.082.005 - Postcard, Picture

Color postcard of the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave in Golden, CO. Circular inset in upper right corner show portrait of Buffalo Bill wearing a large brimmed hat. Title across top reads, "15666. Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave, Lookout Mt., Colo." Postcard is unused.

Image of 2014.051.001 - Pennant, Promotional

2014.051.001 - Pennant, Promotional

One Golden, Colorado pennant, c. 1950s. Pennant is green felt with white lettering and a pair of blue felt ties on the left side. A circular photo collage on the left includes Mount Zion, Howdy Folks arch, Coors Brewery, Buffalo Bill's grave, and the Colorado School of Mines.

Image of 2015.023.001 - Plate, Commemorative

2015.023.001 - Plate, Commemorative

One small souvenir plate of various Golden, Colorado locations with a piece of gold string on the back for hanging. Images of Mount Zion, Washington Avenue, the Welcome Arch, Coors Brewery, Grave of Buffalo Bill, and Colorado School of Mines are located on the front side of the plate. The words "Golden, Colo." are stamped in yellow. The Welcome Arch has the words "Howdy Folks! Welcome to Golden; Where the West Remains". There is an original sticker on the back Wales; Made in Japan.

Image of 2017.008.059 - Postcard, Picture

2017.008.059 - Postcard, Picture

Postcard: unused picture postcard with a photo of members of Golden City Lodge Number 1 lowering the coffin of William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody into the ground. Buffalo Bill was laid to rest in a full Masonic burial service on the summit of Lookout Mountain on June 3, 1917.

Image of 2017.008.060 - Postcard, Picture

2017.008.060 - Postcard, Picture

Postcard: unused picture postcard with a photo of the gravesite of William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody. To left of image is a seated man and behind him is a police officer. At right in background two men are standing. On back of postcard is handwritten, "Buffalo Bill / June - 17/" and "Goetze." Buffalo Bill was laid to rest in a full Masonic burial service on the summit of Lookout Mountain on June 3, 1917.

Image of 2017.008.061 - Postcard, Picture

2017.008.061 - Postcard, Picture

Postcard: unused picture postcard with a photo of the coffin of William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody flanked by two police officers and a man holding a black umbrella. Top half of coffin is open. A large crowd stands in background. Buffalo Bill was laid to rest in a full Masonic burial service on the summit of Lookout Mountain on June 3, 1917.

Image of 2017.008.062 - Postcard, Picture

2017.008.062 - Postcard, Picture

Postcard: unused picture postcard with a photo of the coffin of William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody flanked by two police officers and a man holding a black umbrella. Top half of coffin is open. A large crowd stands in background. Buffalo Bill was laid to rest in a full Masonic burial service on the summit of Lookout Mountain on June 3, 1917.

Image of 2017.008.063 - Postcard, Picture

2017.008.063 - Postcard, Picture

Postcard: unused picture postcard with a photo of members of Golden City Lodge Number 1 lowering the coffin of William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody into the ground. On back of postcard is handwritten "Goetze" and "Buffalo Bill." Buffalo Bill was laid to rest in a full Masonic burial service on the summit of Lookout Mountain on June 3, 1917.

Image of 2017.034.045 - Postcard

2017.034.045 - Postcard

Color postcard reproduction of a painting entitled "The Scout," featuring Buffalo Bill on a white horse surveying and holding a gun. Done by artist Pappacena in 1889. Reverse of postcard contains information about the painting. Caption on the back reads "C-218 - Buffalo Bill, the Scout/ Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum/ Lookout Mountain, Colorado." Published by Cooper Post Card Company of Lakewood, Colorado.

Image of 2017.034.046 - Postcard

2017.034.046 - Postcard

Color postcard reproduction of a portrait painting of William F. Cody, also known as Buffalo Bill. Image is of Cody as an older man wearing a brown hat and jacket, and black shirt. Shirt and jacket are decorated with floral designs. Reverse of postcard contains information about Cody. Caption reads " C-216 - Portrait of Wm F. Cody/ "Buffalo Bill"/ In Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum/ Lookout Mountain, Colorado/ Wm F. Cody (1846- 1917), American Guide,/ Scout and Showman, known as 'Buffalo Bill'/ was born in Scott Country, Iowa./ In 1883 he started his 'Wild West Show'/ and in 18887 he took the show to Europe with/ great success." Published by Cooper Post Card Company of Lakewood, Colorado.

Image of 2017.034.047 - Postcard

2017.034.047 - Postcard

Colorized postcard featuring William F. Cody's grave on Lookout Mountain and image of Cody in a blue uniform. Caption along the top reads "Grave of Buffalo Bill, Lookout Mountain, Colorado" and contains the number "N130". Reverse of postcard contains information about Cody. Caption reads " Grave of Buffalo Bill/ Col. Wm. F. (Buffalo Bill) Cody requested that after death/ his body be buried on the top of Lookout Mountain. His wife/ and foster-son, Johnny Baker are buried close by. Pahaska/ Tepee, a museum of Buffalo Bill relics and souvenirs, stands/ nearby." Published by The Denver News Company of Denver, Colorado and printed by Metrocraft of Everett, Massachusetts.

Image of 2017.034.048 - Postcard

2017.034.048 - Postcard

Color postcard featuring an image of Buffalo Bill's Grave and Museum, and a poem titled "Pahaska's Tepee" by R. Broad, Jr. Reverse of postcard contains information about Cody. Caption reads " 'Pahaska Tepee' the Colonel Cody/ (Buffalo Bill) Memorial./ Erected in honor of the noted Scout and Iniand Fighter,/ near his grave atop Lookout Mountain, Colorado, by the City/ and County of Denver, 1921. 'Pahaska' meaning Long Hair,/ was Buffalo Bill's Indian name. 'Tepee' is the Indian word/ for house. The translation is "Long Hair's House." Copyrighted by Johnny Baker of Golden, Colorado. Made in the U.S.A. Published by C. T. American Art Colored.