Chrisman Collection

Harry E. Chrisman, former Liberal author and historian, donated a large collection of his writings, photographs, and other items to Liberal Memorial Library for the purpose of research. This database searches the contents of the Chrisman Collection.


Call No: E6-F2f1

Description: Envelope from Ed Wright to Chrisman

Date of origin:

Type: Envelope

Size: 4 1/4 x 9″

Condition: Good


If you don’t ketch him in five days return to Old Cowboy Ed Wright Valley Center, Calif 92082; Harry E. Chrisman 10245 W. 14th Ave. Maverick Pub. Co. Denver, Colorado 80215; AIR MAIL; Valley Center, CA. Sep 13 – AM 92082; stamps of Francis Parkman American Historian U.S. Postage 3 (cents symbol); and a flag of United States with a building 8 (cents symbol)


Miscellaneous Info.:

Was in a manila envelope.

Other Info.:

Related to: C6-F2f1 (Book sales), D1-F2f1 (Tristate OLD-TIME cowboys memorial museum), D2-F2f1 (Letter addressed to Hello Tri-State Cowboy member:), D3-F2f1 (Letter addressed to Howdy Pardner:), D4-F2f1 (New members since August 1, 1967), D5-F2f1 (New members since August 1, 1967), D6-F2f1 (New members – Tri-State Old Time Cowboys Association), D7-F2f1 (New members – Tri-State Old Time Cowboys Association), D9-F2f1 (Old Cowboy Ed Wright on horse), E5-F2f1 (Envelope from Ed Wright), L10-F2f1 (Friend Harry: letter), L9-F2f1 (Ed Wright’s book), NC6-F2f1 (Ridin’ the Range), P2-F2f1 (Cowboys (originals) by Kirkland, Cheyenne, Wyoming),

Subject: cowboys, Denver Colorado, Ed Wright, Francis Parkman, Harry E. Chrisman, Maverick Publishing Co., stamps, Valley Center California,