A blacksmith stands working in the blacksmith's tent in a camp for Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Another man sits in the right midground. A coat hangs on a line in the left midground. A large anvil is on a wood stool in the center foreground. The Wild West Show employed two full-time blacksmiths to keep the horses shod and the machinery repaired.
"1901" handwritten on inside cover of album; "1902" handwritten and then scribbled out on inside cover of album.; "Ward's Album for Unmounted Photographs $2.50 This Album is made from Ward's P̀URO' Paper, and is guaranteed not to discolor the photographs. Ordinary Paper will in time injure the Pictures. Directions. Mount photographs by pasting the four corners or the left hand edge of the picture. Use any first-class photo. mounter. Paste should not be applied to the entire back of picture. This book is No. 922" typed on label on back cover of album.; Album sheet has number "41" handwritten in upper corner.; See also "NS-678."; Title handwritten on album sheet below photoprint.; Vintage photographic print.; R7001056800
1 photoprint ; 10 x 12 cm. (3 3/4 x 4 3/4 in.) on album sheet 18 x 24 cm. (7 x 9 1/2 in.)
Is Part Of
Salsbury collection, Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.; Salsbury collection, Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, album 5.
Wild west shows--1880-1920.; Blacksmithing--1900-1910.; Blacksmiths--1900-1910.; Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917.; Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
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