Title: Letter from William F. Cody to C. L. Hinkle

Date: June 11, 1901

Author: Cody, William Frederick, 1846-1917

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Buffalo Bill's Wild West

My. Dear— Hinkle

Your favor here recd— I note what you say about— the— Cody & Salsbury Segregation— I dont think Beck— cares much for the School Section. or you would have heard from him—

F. C. Kilsey. the Civil Enginer reccomended by Mr— Elwood Meade is makeing a complete survey of the Cody & Salsbury Canal When he is done work will be carried on—

I appreciate your interest and wont for get you—

Very truly yours

W. F. Cody

 

Buffalo Bill's Wild West

Oneonta, N. Y. Jun 12 630 AM 1901

C. L. Hinkle

Cheyenne

Wyo—

Personal

Note 1: Buffalo Bill's Wild West performed in Oneonta, New York, on June 11, 1901. [back]

Note 2: When public lands were surveyed as a precursor to settlement, certain one-mile-square sections known as "school sections" were designated. Revenue from the sale or lease of these sections was reserved to support public schools. [back]

Title: Letter from William F. Cody to C. L. Hinkle

Source: McCracken Research Library (MRL), MS6.0114

Date: June 11, 1901

Author: Cody, William Frederick, 1846-1917

Topic: Empire

People: Hinkle, Lorin Curtis, 1869-1931 Kelsey, Frank C., c. 1863-1933

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