|Title||Invoice, Lithographs to be Made in 1911 for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show|
This object is a long piece of paper stuck onto a long piece of cardboard. The tittle is "Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Pawnee Bill's Far East". It looks to be a list of materials needed for Buffalo Bill. The list starts about three inches from the top and precedes to the bottom. The print is black and small. It has two brackets on either side of the columns drawn in pencil. At the bottom is the total sheets wall work per day and for season.
The invoice shows the number of lithographs ordered for the 1911 season from the U.S. Lithograph Co.
|Made||U.S. Lithograph Co.|
Cody, William Frederick "Buffalo Bill," 1846-1917
Lillie, Gordon William "Pawnee Bill", 1860-1942
|Credit line||Nebraska State Historical Society Permanent Collection|
|Collection||Nebraska State Historical Society Permanent Collection|