Title: Letter from William F. Cody to John R. Brennan, June 18, 1909

Date: June 18, 1909

Author: Cody, William Frederick, 1846-1917

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Dear Col Brennan,

Pardon me for forgetting to send the $1.00 for the telegram.

We are getting along nicely. These Brules haven't the snap and get up that the Ogalallas have but they do fairly well. And they work for [about?] half the wages. We paid the Ogalallas [which?] amounts to a big lot of money on the seasons.

Please remember me to Iron Tail or any of my red brothers.

With my very kindest regards to your self,

[I am?] yours truly,

W. F. Cody

Title: Letter from William F. Cody to John R. Brennan, June 18, 1909

Source: Denver Public Library; WFC collection, Box 1, Series 1, FF7

Date: June 18, 1909

Author: Cody, William Frederick, 1846-1917

Topic: Show Indians

Keywords: Wages Brulé Indians Oglala Indians

People: Brennan, John R., 1847-1919 Iron Tail, or Siŋté Máza, 1842-1916

Place: Glen Falls (N.Y.)

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