|Title||Buffalo Bill's Wild West|
|Year Range from||1886|
|Year Range to||1910|
This pencil-drawn litho art shows the Cavalry performing a variety of riding tricks. Most prominent is the soldier riding Roman Style on three horses. "US Cavalry Exercises" has been sketched on lower left of the piece.This art has been drawn on very thin tracing paper.
Included with the piece is a photocopy sheet that has a stamp of "Buffalo Bill W.W." Right below that stamp is written "Original Litho Artwork by Enquirer Job Ptg. Co. Cincinnati, Ohio"
Noted on another sheet is that "we have the litho"
The mounted man on three horses (Roman-style rider) looks like rider from accession numbers 2009.22.15 and 2009.24.29