COTTON, E. J. (BUD), 1890-1987.
Short stories about pioneer ranching in Alberta.
4 items (3 p. ; 18 p. ; 50 p. ; 4 p.).
Canadian cowboy, author and sculptor. Born in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Moved to Alberta at age sixteen. Worked as a cowboy on various ranches and at Wainwright Buffalo Park and Elk Island Park. Short stories and articles published in periodicals and in collection Buffalo Bud : adventures of a cowboy.
File consists of manuscripts of three short stories titled The night rider's lament, Buffalo trails, and Sagebrush, buffalo and cow-wagons; and short story One Spot, the buffalo, photocopied from unidentified periodical. Items are revised drafts of short stories published in Buffalo Bud : adventures of a cowboy / by E. J. (Bud) Cotton with Ethel Mitchell. - Vancouver : Hancock House
Typescript (carbon copy) with holograph annotations; typescript with holograph annotations; printed material.
Donated by E. J. (Bud) Cotton in 1977.
Text in English.
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Additional archival material located at Glenbow Archives
, Calgary, Alberta.