American scout and soldier (1809-1868) who takes a place among the most colorful personalities in the Old West. Rare and sought-after Civil War-era ink signature, "C. Carson,” on an off-white 3.75 x 1.75 slip clipped from a letter, with his rank penned below in another hand: "Colonel 1st Cav. N.M. Vols., Comd'g Reg't." In fine condition, with slight show-through along the left edge f…
Vintage matte-finish 3.75 x 5.5 photo of the legendary Wild West figure, signed in fountain pen, "W. F. Cody 'Buffalo Bill.'" In fine condition, with a crease to each upper corner; the last letter in "Bill" is mostly missing because Cody didn't leave himself enough space. Accompanied by a full letter of authenticity from PSA/DNA. A desirable uninscribed and crystal-clear portrait of Buffalo Bill.
American criminal and outlaw (1853-1889) who was a member of the James-Younger Gang; he was the younger brother of Cole, Jim and John Younger. Rare fountain pen signature and inscription, "To Mrs. A. R. McGill, with my great respect, Bob Younger, Easter 1887,” on an off-white 7.5 x 9 sheet. In fine condition, with light toning from prior display.
TLS signed “G. W. Lillie,” one page, 8.5 x 11, Pawnee Bill's Buffalo Ranch letterhead, no date. Letter to "Friend Reimers," in part: "I would be pleased to have you come down and visit Oldtown. Jump in the flivver and you can make it from there down here in about three days. We are having wonderful weather at present with beautiful bright sunny days." In fine condition.