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11/14/2019 00:10:27



11/14/2019 00:05:48

Happy Thirsty Thursday.


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11/14/2019 00:04:34

Have a nice Thursday!

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11/14/2019 00:03:08

BUFFALO BILL CODY IN EL PASO: THE 1914 PARADE!


Here is a fascinating photo taken during a parade on April 4, 1914,
showing none other than Buffalo Bill Cody, beard, hat and all, in the
center of the picture. In a handwritten note on the back of the picture,
it says "El Paso, Texas, taken through window of Paso Del Norte Hotel,
Buffalo Bill Cody 4-4-14"

A quick look of the buildings in the picture show us that the parade is heading south on El Paso street, just south of the San
Antonio Street intersection. The closest building (upper right in the
image) is the First National Bank building, aka John Wesley Hardin's Law
Office; a building that was destroyed by a spectacular fire a century
after this photo was taken. The very large building center left is also
called the First National Bank building (same bank, different location
and time), a Henry C. Trost designed structure. Today this building is
known as the American Furniture building and is being restored. Also, we
can see the Hotel Sheldon performing a photobomb, peeking through just
to the left of the American Furniture.

Buffalo Bill could sure attract a crowd!


The image, dated 4/04/1914, is courtesy of the Austin History Center at
the Austin Public Library, via the University of North Texas (Denton)
digital repository at https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth704018/m1/1/

-- Mark Stone

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11/13/2019 23:43:21

Have a wonderful day ...Happy Thursday ..xoxos









11/13/2019 23:16:28



11/13/2019 23:08:17

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