Papers, 1893-1952.


Botsford, E. M., 1869-. Papers, 1893-1952.

Papers, 1893-1952.

Includes financial and scrapbook material and photographs pertaining to ranching, wild west shows, and Anglo and Native American wild west show performers.

168 leaves.

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