General Custer, Grand Duke Alexis and Buffalo Bill.

General, Custer, Grand, Duke, Alexis, Buffalo Bill,
General Custer, Grand Duke Alexis and Buffalo Bill.

General Custer, Grand Duke Alexis and Buffalo Bill, c. 1872.

George A. Custer (1839-1876), Grand Duke Alexis (1850-1908), and W. F. Cody (1846-1917) published in 1900. From a picture taken at the time of the famous buffalo hunt in honor of the Grand Duke Alexis.

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