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The Buffalo Bill Historical Center serves the public by advancing knowledge about the American West through acquiring, exhibiting and interpreting collections of artifacts and preserving their physical and contextual integrity.
Notable features of the collections include a fine cross-section of important American western art dating from the early 19th century to the present, materials and belongings related to the life and times of William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, thousands of cultural objects related to the lifeways of the Plains Indians, and the world's largest collection of American-made firearms. The McCracken Research Library features more than 15,000 volumes related to the collections and subject matter of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center.
Hours: May-Oct: open daily; Mar-Apr, Nov: open Tu-Su. Call for hours.
Buffalo Bill Historical Center.
Sitting Bull and Buffalo Bill (detail)
Photograph by W. Notman, 1885.
The Mystery (detail)
Frederic Remington, c. 1900
The Lone Greenhorn
C. 1866, by Alfred Jacob Miller.
John Clyner, 1967
Indian with Tomahawk
Fritz Scholder, 1970
At the end of her rope.
Anne coe, 1992.
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