David barry honored by cody family

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David barry honored by cody family - 0. F. BARRY, FORMER BISMARCK MAN, HONORED BY...
0. F. BARRY, FORMER BISMARCK MAN, HONORED BY CODY Superior, Wis., Photographer Invited to Attend Reunion of Relatives FRIEND OF BUFFALO BILL Former Dakqtan Honored With Room to Himself in Famous Cody Log Cabin David F. Barry, Supeiior, \Vis., photographer and former Bismarck resident, has received an invitation to attend a meeting next week of one of the most famous families in the world --the Cody family--all flesh and blood relatives of the famous Indian campaigner. The reunion xvill be held in a large. flat log structure m the little town of Cody, Wyo., which abounds in old western lore. Has Roam To Self Barry has- a room t'o himself m the picturesque building, with intimate pictures of great Indian chiefs and Indian fighters. Many friends of the old-time photographer have contributed relics for Barry's room The Cody family is holding its first western regional meeting Tuesday and Wednesday, June 18 and 19, at the Buffalo Bill Museum, Cody road. Cody. Ernest William Cody, president of the Cody family, is com* ing west from his home in London, Ontario, to preside at the meeting, which is called by the western regional officers, W. Cody Bradford, nephew, Casper, Wyo, and Cody Boal, grandson, Bellingham, Wash. Matters of importance to the mu- seum will be taken up at this meet* ing, it is announced by Mary Jester Allen, chairman of the memorial board. The new Barry room will be formally opened and dedicated. Had Visited Wisconsin Colonel Bill Cody spent much time in and around Superior and La Crosse. The Cody family has sent out an appeal for relics, such as pictures, letters, newspaper clippings and other relics in the state that would be of interest to the museum. The Barry room is a large one, located in the southwest corner of the museum, overlooking the Cody road and Cedar mountain, on which Colonel Cody wished to be buried. room is a tiibute to Mr. Barry, who was a close friend of the colonel The room contains a collection of the finest photographs taken by Barry himself. Some pictures are gifts from friends of the photographer or Colonel Cody Indians, Whites Pictured There are two groups of pictures in the loom, one of Indians, great and daring fighting chiefs; another ot the great and equally daring gen- eials who led their men in the Indian wars. Each picture has historical facts printed and framed, as well as the amusing incidents connected with taking of the photograph, or the grim details of some battle, known only to Barry or Cody. From the start of the Buffalo Bill museum, Mr. Barry has been an ardent supporter and · has worked to help make the Buffalo Bill museum the only large historical center situated on actual historical battle ground in the west. Cody Boal Oldest The western regional Codys are the closest relatives of Colonel Cody. Cody Boal is the oldest of three grandsons; two others, Frederick and William Garldw. live in Cody, as does Another is and Mrs. two W. nephew the relatives A. noon yards are if is D. Penn during it try

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  1. The Bismarck Tribune,
  2. 15 Jun 1929, Sat,
  3. Page 7

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