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Buffalo Bill (1846–1917)
Buffalo Bill (1846–1917)
Buffalo Bill (1846–1917)
Buffalo Bill (1846–1917)
Buffalo Bill (1846–1917)
Buffalo Bill (1846–1917)
Buffalo Bill (1846–1917)
Buffalo Bill (1846–1917)

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A figure of Buffalo Bill riding a bucking horse mounted atop a slender column.

Buffalo Bill (1846–1917)




H 150 x W (?) x D (?) cm (E);
Plinth: H 300 x W (?) x D (?) cm (E)

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Acquisition method

presented by Regency Homes, 2006

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Unveiling date

17 November 2006


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Inscription description

on a plaque nearby: Buffalo Bill brought his Wild West Show to Dennistoun, Glasgow, in October 1891 / and it opened on the 16th of November and closed on the 27th of February 1892. / The show played at the East End Exhibition Building off Duke Street as part of the / great East End Industrial Exhibition set up to raise funds for the People's Palace. / He recruited several famous people to perform in his show including Annie Oakley, / Kicking Bear, Short Bull, John Shangrau, Johnny Baker, Claude Lorraine Daly and / George C Crager. / Presented to the people of Dennistoun by Regency Homes and unveiled by Mr / Paul Martin MSP on 17 November 2006


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Located at

63–87 Whitehill Street, Glasgow

G31 2LR

Set in a small park.