Where can you find information about a Winchester 94?

Surely there are some old timers who remember 1960, when this gun was made. If it is "the gun great-great-grandad carried on the Chisholm Trail", someone has replaced all the parts. Can't give you any of the family history, but there is a lot of information about the model 94 in the Blue Book of Gun Values, Flayderman's Guide to Antique American Firearms, and the Standard Catalog of Firearms.

model 94 lever action carbine:serial# 1,000,000 presented to pres. Calvin Coolidge in 1927,ser.#1,500,000 presented to pres. harry Truman in 1948,ser.# 2,000,000 to pres. Dwight eisenhower in 1953.predates the gun being made in 1960. designed by john browning who sold the patent to Winchester,initially offered in .32-40 and .38-55 cal. black powder cartridge.spring of 1895 model 1894 was chambered for new smokeless powder cartridge in .30-30 and .25-35 cal.first offered in .32 cal. in June 1902.

If you "Google" Winchester 94, you will find more information than you can shake a stick at!