Members of the hunting party depart New York’s Grand Central Station on April 20, 1914, and a combination of the travel time to Cody, Wyo. and brutal winter storms push the excursion back to May 1. When the party finally gets moving, they head for Buffalo Bill’s T. E. Ranch and kill a black bear that same day. All told the hunters net thirteen black bear and grizzly hides. Fair warning though: This story is formatted as a sort of dispatch from the field, and it ends with a grizzly charge and a “To be continued.” Part II follows in March 1915, so stay tuned.