This handout photo, provided by Heritage Auctions, shows Annie Oakley in one of her cabinet photos. Oakley wears the dark wig she wore for The Western Girl was taken in New York between 1902 and 1904. Relatives of Oakley are selling items that once belonged to the legendary sharpshooter including a Stetson hat, guns, letters and photographs. Heritage Auctions will offer up about 100 items related to Oakley on Sunday in Dallas.(AP Photo/Courtesy of Heritage Auctions)

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This handout photo, provided by Heritage Auctions, shows Annie Oakley in one of her cabinet photos. Oakley wears the dark wig she wore for The Western Girl was taken in New York between 1902 and 1904. Relatives of Oakley are selling items that once belonged to the legendary sharpshooter including a Stetson hat, guns, letters and photographs. Heritage Auctions will offer up about 100 items related to Oakley on Sunday in Dallas.(AP Photo/Courtesy of Heritage Auctions)
This handout photo, provided by Heritage Auctions, shows Annie Oakley in one of her cabinet photos. Oakley wears the dark wig she wore for The Western Girl was taken in New York between 1902 and 1904. Relatives of Oakley are selling items that once belonged to the legendary sharpshooter including a Stetson hat, guns, letters and photographs. Heritage Auctions will offer up about 100 items related to Oakley on Sunday in Dallas.(AP Photo/Courtesy of Heritage Auctions)
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