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A FASCINATING DEVIL starring REVNER, Katherine * - 1925 - Pictured in  Review entitled " PLAYERS FEATURED IN THE NEWEST BROADWAY  OFFERINGS"  with scenes from movie "A FASCINATING DEVIL", a musical comedy version which will open Broadway soon  as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

A FRIENDSHIP TO LIFT THE HEART * - 1900 era - Location: MA, MT. Story entitled "A FRIENDSHIP TO LIFT THE HEART" by Forrest Crossen relating tales of the lifetime association of Joe Thoroughman and Charlie Russell, the noted American Western Artist as found in this issue of an old Western magazine.

A GIRL OF THE BLACK HILLS * 1892 - Old folk lore story about the Black Hills about "Mame" and Jack and Jim Harder by Louise R. Baker.

A HERO FOR A NIGHT with TRYON, Glen * - 1928 - Featured in "Stars of the Silver Screen" in a collage of pictures entitled A PAGE OF MOTION PICTURE NEWS AND COMMENT as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

A HOUSE FOR QUANAH PARKER * - 1883 - 1910 era - Texas. Story of the last recognized Chief of the Comanches entitled A HOUSE FOR QUANAH PARKER by Albert S. Gilles, Sr., who writes of the trials and tribulation of the construction of the house for Quanah and his wives as    as saved from this old western magazine.

AFRICAN ART CARVINGS - 1925 - Pictorial review entitled "Weird Expressions of the Art of the Dark Continent" with pictures of rare and unusual wood carvings from Cameroons, Bafut, Bandeg, Bamungum and Balessing.

AFRICAN BOERS,  mentioned or described  in "Tom Mix Frontier Bartender" by Sam Henderson as written up in an old western magazine covering the life of Tom Mix.

AFRICAN CLIFF- DWELLERS * - 1931 - Pictorial collage entitled STRANGE CLIFF-DWELLERS OF THE AFRICAN INTERIOR with pictures of Negro Troglodytes, Habbe Dwellings southeast of Timbuctoo as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

AFRICAN NEGRO ART * - 1935 - Pictorial collage as saved from an old American News Magazine with photos.

AFRIQUE *, 1920, French Steamer. Lost at Sea. Pictorial article with text description entitled, "Sea Tragedy in Which More Than Five Hundred Perished".

AFRO-AMERICAN NEWSPAPER * - 1923 - Cartoon about article entitled " FOR AND AGAINST THE BLACK MAMMY'S MONUMENT" as published in the old American News Magazine which relates dispute over the Daughters of the Confederacy receiving permission for the erection of a monument to the Black Mammy's of the South as saved herein.

AFTER MIDNIGHT  - 1928 - Appearing is actor Johnny Mack Brown  pictured  in write up as a young man and STAR OF THE SILVER SCREEN in article entitled " NEWS OF MOTION PICTURES AND THEIR STARS as saved from this old American Pictorial collage

AGAMEMMON *, (German Ship formerly named Kaiser Wilhelm II, 19361 tons) pictured in Article entitled "Former German Ships Whose Sale Has Been Halted". WWI, 1920

AGAMEMMON STEAMSHIP  - 1858 -  ATLANTIC CABLE * - FIELD, Cyrus  W. - 1858 - Patent Engraving *  w pictures and text entitled "The Atlantic Cable" which covers the laying of the Atlantic Cable and includes detailed drawing of the ship Niagara.

AGARD, Louis - 1860 - 76. Location DAKOTA TERRITORY, MT, WY.  Named as interpreter in story entitled Bloody Knife – Custer’s Favorite Scout by Ernest Lisle Reedstrom who reports of the loyalty of one half-breed Indian Scout who gained Custer’s respect and ultimately his death in fighting against Custer’s foes. It is an exciting story of his fights along the pioneer western front with actual pictures showing his friendship and respect from Custer as found in this seldom opened western magazine.

AGASSIG GOLD MEDAL, NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE * - 1916 - 21 era. Location Monaco, Wyoming. Named in story entitled THE PRINCE WOULD BE MAYOR by Helene R. Day who writes of a hunting expedition of Prince Albert I of Monaco and dignitaries of the United States inc., Buffalo Bill, Alexander Graham Bell and others as found in the complete rare western magazine

AGEE, John  - Named in massive story entitled "MOVIE HORSES - THE TREATMENT AND TRAINING  OF AS GOOD AS ACTORS AS HOLLYWOOD EVER PRODUCED"  includes history of great  horses in the movies as found in this very rare, complete western magazine.

AGEE, W. H. R. - 1870 Louisville, Kentucky - Named in story of first Black American to refuse to accept segregated laws of seating. He was thrown off public transformation and sued, charging assault and battery against the white driver as saved and revealed in this old American hardback magazine.

AGREDA, Indian Woman, Mentioned in, "The Dedication of Father Junipero" By: H. H. Named in the history of Father Junipero's. His voyage to the new world lasted 99 days in 1740 complicated by terrible storms,shortage of water, and starvation. Founder of the Franciscan Missions of Southern California.

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATION OF BOGOTA, COLUMBIA * - 1921 - Pictorial collage entitled "PICTURESQUE CITIES AND VILLAGES OF COLOMBIA, THE MOUNTAIN REPUBLIC" with photos of various landmark scenes  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

AGUA CALIENTE,  1880 era. Written up in, "The School Teacher who Arrested Geronimo" By: Ed Earl Repp Story of John P. Clum who tamed the wild Apaches and arrested the cunning Geronimo.

AGUA FRIA RIVER  * - 1850 - 90's. LOCATION: ARIZONA - Named in story entitled "Gillette's Most Legendary Citizen" by Tom Barkdull  who writes of the life and time of former Lieutenant John W. (Jack) Swilling who found the Rich Hill vein, the single richest placer discovery in Arizona and covers his life thereafter as found in this old and complete western magazine.

AGUA FRIA ROAD *, Sante Fe, New Mexico, (historical marker), "New Mexico's Game of Death" by Gra'Delle Duncan, historic item of Santa Fe's past rarely found as published in this old western magazine.

AGUA PRIESTA, SONORA - 1911 era, Site: AZ, Mexico. Named in story entitled "I SMUGGLED GUNS ACROSS THE BORDER" by Estelle Webb Tomas who writes of her families experience in their effort to protect their homes in the Mormon Colonies of Mexico as the maelstrom of the Mexican Revolution surrounded the Mormons who were, frankly, unwelcomed as found in this 50 year old, complete western magazine which is a collectors item in itself.

AGUAYO, Jose M. -1870 - 80 era - Western Frontier - Named in "The Coyote Badman" by Glen Shirley, the story of Robert A. "Bob"  Olinger  who got a job as a Deputy Sheriff to make some killings he wished to make legal. Sheriff Pat Garrett gave him the job of guarding Billy The Kid. Olinger tried to get him to run so he could kill him but idea didn't work as exposed in this story published in complete old western magazine.

AGUAYO, Jose M. mentioned in "The Coyote Badman"

AGUILEREA, Lieutenant Hector  * - 1934 - Pictured in article entitled THE NEW PRESIDENT OF CUBA AND HIS CABINET: COLONEL CARLOS MENDIETA as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

AGUINALDO, Emilio * - Philippines Rebel Leader - 1899 - National American News Magazine political story entitled "1899 - Immediate Future of the Philippines citing unrest and rebellion against United States after Spanish occupation.

AGUIRRE, Manuel - 1899 era - Location: AZ, NM, Mexico. Named in story entitled INSTANT MILLIONAIRE by C. L. Sonnichsen who writes of the life and times of William C. Greene and the development of his great Cananea Mountain Copper Mine as found in this complete western magazine.

AH FOR - 1850 - 75 era. Site: CHINA, CA., MT, NV., SD, ND, TX. Chinese immigrant named in history of Chinese immigrant workers on the western frontier and the prejudice they endured as entitled MANPOWER, CHINESE STYLE by Doris Cerveri and reported in this complete and seldom found western magazine

AH HONE. - 1849 - 77 - Location: San Francisco, California. Named in  major story entitled Frisco's Harlot Queen by Louis Cheney who reports on the life and time of this undisputed Queen of all madams who offered the ablest Oriental dolls in the business as found in this extremely rare Western magazine.

AH LOW - 1849 - 77 - Location: San Francisco, California. Named in  major story entitled Frisco's Harlot Queen by Louis Cheney who reports on the life and time of this undisputed Queen of all madams who offered the ablest Oriental dolls in the business as found in this extremely rare Western magazine.

AH LUM.   1938 era - location -  Tombstone, Arizona. Named as partner of subject of   "Tombstone's Last Celestial" . Story of  Quong Kee's whose Tombstone friends learned he had been buried at Evergreen cemetery, they immediately raised funds to bring Quong home and bury him in Boothill cemetery in Tombstone. As a Chinese immigrant, he had made friends and money in Arizona at his famous restaurant, Can - Can..  As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.

AH TOY * - 1850 - 70 - Location: CA.  Story entitled Lookee, Lookee, No Touchee by John H. Harrison who tells of the story of a remarkable Chinese woman named Ah Toy and how she converted the west coast of the U. S. into a harem of slavery which captivated the pioneer of the west leaving many deprived of their gold as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

AH TOY *. - 1849 - 77 - Location: San Francisco, California. Subject of  major story entitled Frisco's Harlot Queen by Louis Cheney who reports on the life and time of this undisputed Queen of all madams who offered the ablest Oriental dolls in the business as found in this extremely rare Western magazine.

AH TOY - (Chinese Madam) - 1850 - 80 era. Location: CA PA Canada. Named in story entitled CALIFORNIA'S PRINCE OF RASCALS by William B. Secrest who writes of the sordid hisoty of old time San Francisco, California politics - naming many characters involved as published in this old and complete western magazine.

AH-HO-AP-PA - 1860 era - Daughter of Chief Spotted Tail named in this historical story entitled " Fort Laramie" , a Federal Army Outpost in Wyoming and the events that took place here and changed the outcome of the pioneer west as published in this rare of western magazine.

AHEARN, James J. *, Corporal, (Waterbury, Conn - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)

AHEARNE, Brian *  - 1931 - Co-Starred with Katharine Cornell who are shown in a scene from THE BARRETTS OF WIMPOLIE STREET appearing at the Empire Theatre in article entitled PLAYERS FEATURED IN BROADWAY ATTRACTIONS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine

AHERNE, Brian * - 1933 - A collage of pictures entitled "The Movie of the Week; The Song of Songs" including pictures of Marlene Dietrich, Alison Skipworth, Brian Aherne, Lionel Atwill as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

AHERNE, Brian * - 1936 - Pictorial collage of screen review of movie, SYLVIA SCARLETT , a novel by Compton Mackenzie starring Katharine Hepburn, Brian Aherne, Edmund Glenn, Dennie Moore, Natalie Paley as saved from this old American pictorial magazine

AHERN, Gene * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in feature entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this old American News Magazine. He is featured in COMICS -- AND THEIR CREATORS with picture and drawing of his Major Hoople.

AHIN, Captain of the Steamer President Coolidge * - 1936 - Pictured with Charlie Chaplin and Paulette Goddard aboard  the President Coolidge  traveling in the Orient in the featured article entitled Cupid in Filmland as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine

AHLSCHLAGER, Walter W. * - 1927 - Named as Acrhitect  in collage of photos entitled "ROXY" OPENS THE WORLD'S GREATEST PLAYHOUSE with picture of S. L. Rothafel and his edifice in New York City. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

AHMED FAUD PASHA OF EGYPT * - 1922 - Pictorial collage entitled "EGYPT PROCLAIMED AS AN INDEPENDENT AND SOVEREIGN STATE" with pictures and text of leaders, sites, and history of fight for independence as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

AHOUSAT INDIANS - 1850 era -  Names as  among many of the tales herein about Indians attacking ships on the Pacific Coast entitled "Bad Water and Bad Indians" as found in this rare western magazine.

AHOUSAT INDIANS - 1850 era -  Names as  among many of the tales herein about Indians attacking ships on the Pacific Coast entitled "Bad Water and Bad Indians" as found in this rare western magazine.

AHWELSH. Native Guide. COOK*, Frederick A., Doctor, Explorer. Topics of the Day, article entitled THE STAR AND STRIPES AT THE NORTH POLE copyrighted 1909, as it appeared in this old American magazine in 1909 - SOME 93 YEARS AGO

AIDA * - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled AN AMERICAN OPERATIC STAR is Lydia Van Gilderas saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

AIELLO, Joe - 1929 - Named as head of the Chicago branch of Unione Sicilano. Rare and historic article entitled "Philadelphia Justice for Chicago's Al Capone" as saved from an old American News Magazine. Fantastic look at the inside of Capone's friends and gang and the pursuit of lawman that brought him to justice.

AIGNER Egnots W. *, Sergeant (Phoenix, Arizona  – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)

AIKEN SCHOOL STUDENTS, SACO, MONTANA *, - 1910 - 20 era. Location: MT Named in story entitled MISSOURI RIVER GIRL who writes of Alberta Tracey, a school teacher in the early frontier of Montana territory in the 1900's. Details life on the frontier, schooldays, pictures of classrooms and students as found in this old and complete western magazine

AIKEN, C. D., Dr. attorney mentioned in "Lynch Law of the Mother Lode", by Ben T. Traywick

AIKEN, Clyde * - 1910 - 20 era. Location: MT Named in story entitled MISSOURI RIVER GIRL who writes of Alberta Tracey, a school teacher in the early frontier of Montana territory in the 1900's. Details life on the frontier, schooldays, pictures of classrooms and students as found in this old and complete western magazine

AIKEN, John Prophet mentioned in "Four Men Rode South"

AIKEN, John W. *, 1936. Cheslea, Mass.,  Presidential Nominee for the Socialist Party. Pictured. Short Bio.

AILES, Edward B. * , Sergeant (Bellefontaine, Ohio – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)

AIMES, Lt. Oliver. Killed in Action, WWI and buried alongside Joyce Kilmer as reported in "The Death of Joyce Kilmer" as published in national news magazine. Extensive historical story of death in France and  tribute and memorial.

AINEWORTH, John C., Captain -  of  STEAMBOAT  SHOSHONE * - 1860 era -  Portland, Oregon - " The Short and Miserable Life of the Shoshone." as published in this old western magazine.

AINSLEY, Bill - 1869 Era - Location: Oklahoma Territory. Chief Deputy U. S. Marshal named in story  entitled "Harrison's Horse Race" by Whilliam E. Shite and his recollections of the Oklahoma Land rush called Harrison because the order to settle was proclaimed by President Benjamin Harrison. Shute was deputized to fire opening gun and open unclaimed land to those settlers who got there first as told in this complete and rare western magazine.

AINSWORTH, Billy  1870 - 1900 -  Named in "Fighting Man" , the story of Benjamin Franklin Daniels, westerner, lawman, Rough Rider (Troop K), Sheriff of Pima County, AZ., and Bent County, CO., Deputy Marshal of Cripple Creek, U.S. Marshal of Arizona,  Assistant Marshall, Guthrie, OK but he was done in by publicity of his conviction and incarceration for attempted theft of government mules as published in this complete and seldom found old  magazine.

AINSWORTH, Charles * - 1890 - 1940 era. Pictured in famed Photographer Curtis Asahel story entitled "CHRONICLER OF THE NORTHWEST" by Richard Frederick with breathtaking pictures of his unbelievable photographs as found in this expensive, enamel paged slick western magazine in mint condition.

AINSWORTH, J. C., , * , President of the Oregon Steam Navigation Company, owner of the Captain of the Shoshone, a sternwheeler which is the subject of  "Take Her Down or Wreck Her" by Fritz Timmon, a historical true story of the attempt to navigate the Lower Snake River in the late 1880's as published in this old and complete and rare western magazine.

AIR DERBY (Women's) * - 1929 - Article entitled "The Women's Air Derby" with participants pictured as saved from an old American national magazine.

AIR FORCE U. S. ARMY - 1916 era - United States-Mexico Border. Named in story entitled "FLUTTERING AFTER VILLA" by K. C. Tessendorf which tells of the heroics, misadventures, and an occasional touch of the near ridiculous which marked the 1916 Punitive Expedition to Mexico chasing Pancho Villa by air as found in this old and complete western magazine

AIR SERVICE CHIEF, U. S. ARMY * - 1918 - Pictured in article entitled "A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR" is Colonel "Billy" Mitchell who is Chief of the Air Service of the First American Field Army as featured in this pictorial collage. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

AIRCO AIRPLANE,* - 1920 - Unique air machines pictured while on exhibition at THE AERONAUTIC EXPOSITION, PARIS - largest of it's kind in the world and headlined GREAT EUROPEAN STRIDES IN AIRPLANE MANUFACTURE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine

AIRCRAFT CARRIER U. S. S. SARAGOGA * - 1928 - Pictured on cover the air craft carrier U. S. S. Saratoga as it squeezed through the Gatun locks of the Panama Canal as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION DIRECTOR - RYAN, John D. * - 1918 - Pictured and written about as the New Chief of Aircraft Production in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing his new duties as remedying the shortage of airplanes for the army as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

AIRCRAFT PRODUCTION BOARD INVESTIGATOR - BORGLUM, Gutzon * - 1918 - Pictured and written about is the famous sculptor who has taken a controversial role in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing the questionable activities of the Aircraft Production Board as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches...

AIREDALE CHAMPION SHELTERROCK MISS SENTIMENT *  1935 -Pictured is SHELTERROCK MISS SENTIMENT who was awarded Champion as "The Best Airedale" in article entitled "Champions"  at the Westminster Kennel Club Show in New York.Owned by S. M. Stewart.

AIREE, J. W., Reverend - 1880 - 1930 Era. Location Oklahoma, Kansas, Illinois. Named in story entitled PAWNEE BILL - OKLAHOMA LEGEND  by J. L. Beardsley of pioneer legend who history has been relegated to second billing below Buffalo Bill but whose accomplishments are recognized by his peers and his feats are here related as found in this complete western magazine.

AIRPLANE BROBDINGNAG and LILLIPUT (The Harling Bomber) * - 1924 - World's Biggest Airplane.

AIRPLANE ISLAND * - 1937 - Article describing the history of Howland Island entitled AIRPLANE ISLAND which is only a pinpoint of sand in the Middle of the Pacific  Ocean but now has been transformed into an airplane landing strip as saved from this old American News Magaine. Amelia Earhart and her navigator Frank Noonan were thought to have crashed near this site.

AIRPLANE, THE AIRCO * - 1920 - Unique air machines pictured while on exhibition at THE AERONAUTIC EXPOSITION, PARIS - largest of it's kind in the world and headlined GREAT EUROPEAN STRIDES IN AIRPLANE MANUFACTURE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

AIRPLANE, THE BREGUET * - 1920 - Unique air machines pictured while on exhibition at THE AERONAUTIC EXPOSITION, PARIS - largest of it's kind in the world and headlined GREAT EUROPEAN STRIDES IN AIRPLANE MANUFACTURE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

AIRPLANE, THE CAUDRON * - 1920 - Unique air machines pictured while on exhibition at THE AERONAUTIC EXPOSITION, PARIS - largest of it's kind in the world and headlined GREAT EUROPEAN STRIDES IN AIRPLANE MANUFACTURE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

AIRPLANE, THE FARMAN * - 1920 - Unique air machines pictured while on exhibition at THE AERONAUTIC EXPOSITION, PARIS - largest of it's kind in the world and headlined GREAT EUROPEAN STRIDES IN AIRPLANE MANUFACTURE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

AIRSHIP U. S. DIRIGIBLE M-1 * - 1922 - Pictured is a shot of the new semi-rigid Dirigible M-1being built at Akron, Ohio  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

AITCHINSON, Clyde B. * (1938 Featured Article - National News Magazine - Interstate Commerce Commission)

AITKEN, A. W. * -  (Golfer) - 1933 - Pictured taking GOLFING ADVISE FROM A WISE OLD BIRD: A PET JACKDAW sits on his shoulder as he makes his rounds on the Isle of Wright. Mint. 10 by 14 inches.

AITKEN, Spottiswoode - 1922 - Named as cast member  of  The Young Rajah". with Rodolph Valentino in Rivoli Theater Ad

AJELLO, Anthony * - 1921 - Picture working on the Caruso memorial which is to be set up in the Church of the Madonna at Pompeii, Italy as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine

 

 

 

 

 

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