American 19-20th Century Wildlife Art
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and these books:
Unbroken Spirit: Wild Horses in the American Landscape, by Frances B. Clymer. Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Oct 1, 1999 - 103 pages. Unbroken Spirit: The Wild Horse in the American Landscape; Wild Horses: An Intgral part of the Natural System, essay by Charles R. Preston (7/17/99)
Carl Rungius Western Wildlife: An Exhibition of Paintings on Loan from the Glenbow..., By Carl Rungius, Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Published 1977 by Buffalo Bill Historical Center. 12 pages
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