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AMERICA * - 1919 Painting by Reni Mal showing vigorous America coming to the aid of exhausted France.
AMERICA CUP CHALLENGER - SOPWITH, Thomas Octave Murdock. * - 1933 - Featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined AN AIR EXPERT TAKES UP SAILING as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
AMERICA SCHOONER * - 1921 - Pictured after being salvaged and sold to the United States Navy as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMERICA TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY* - 1923 - Client named in treasured ad entitled "WHAT IS REAL TREE SURGERY", an ad of the Davey Tree Surgery Company of 2557 Elm Street, Kent, Ohio as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICA'S CUP FLEET * - 1934 - Pictured on cover is photo entitled THE GALLERY FOR THE AMERICA'S CUP RACES OFF NEWPORT as a flotilla of 500 craft followed Rainbow and Endeavour in their first test.
AMERICA'S CUP RACE * - 1934 - Pictured on cover entitled THE AMERICA'S CUP CHALLENGER OUTSTRIPS HER RIVALS showing her with T. O. M. Sopwith's Yacht Endeavour racing before a stiff breeze in competition with the Velsheda.
AMERICA'S CUP - 1930 - Mentioned in Old Sailing Cup History of Sir Harold Vanderbilt's Enterprise over Sir Thomas Lipton.
AMERICA'S FIRST TRAIN ROBBERIES * - 1866 - 68, Location, IN, MO. Story entitled "AMERICA'S FIRST TRAIN ROBBERIES" by Carl W. Breihan who reports that before anyone realized what happened, train robbers boarded the Jefferson, Madison and Indianapolis Flyer and started a trend that captivated pioneer America for many years as found in this old, complete, western magazine.
AMERICA'S MIGHTIEST WILDFLOWER * - 1880 era - Location CA, KS, IL, - Story entitled AMERICA'S MIGHTIEST WILDFLOWER by Raymond W. Thorp of Fred Kemble, a man who was rejected for service in the Civil War because he was too small to carry and handle a glove and lived to invent the clay pigeon and the mechanical trap as written in this old and complete western magazine..
AMERICA'S OLYMPIC GAMES WOMEN SWIMMERS * - 1924 - Pictured are the America Women Swimmers who will represent American at the Olympic Games as they leave New York aboard the liner America.
AMERICAN AIRLINE * - 1936 - Pictured in pictorial article entitled AIR GIANTS is the ceremony of breaking a champagne bottle over the bows of the flagship New York of the American Airlines inaugurating a sleeper service between Chicago and New York as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN AIRPLANE TRAINING BOMBER NO. 38156 * - 1918 - Comprehensive report with a collage of pictures. Text entitled "The Development of Aerial Transportation" as saved from this old American Illustrated Review.
AMERICAN AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPION * - 1934 - Pictured on cover as the Amateur Golf Champion of the United States is W. Lawson Little, 24 year old Stanford Senior who won the Brookline Tournament to become the third man in Golfing history to capture the British and American Amateur titles in the same year.
AMERICAN AMBULANCE ARMY PARADE * - - 1918-19 - Pictorial collage w text entitled " BODIES OF AMERICAN SOLDIERS BROUGHT FROM RUSSIA" with 1 pages of officials pictures of parade carrying coffins of American Soldiers. Separate picture of flag draped cofins at Hoboken Pier.
AMERICAN AMBULANCE CORPS - WORLD WAR I * - 1918 Red Cross
AMERICAN ANARCHIST FIGHTERS * - 1920 - Named in pictorial collage entitled ECHOES OF THE DEADLY WALL STREET EXPLOSION, SEPTEMBER 13 with pictures of site at Wall and Broad St., New York and alleged person of interest, Edwin P. Fischer & his notes as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
AMERICAN ARMY FIELD KITCHEN * - 1918 - Pictured in article entitled "A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR" as featured in this pictorial collage. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches..
AMERICAN ARMY FIRST DIVISION * (lst Div.) - U. S. Army - Pictured in collage entitled "American Army of occupation of Coblenz, Germany to be held by Our Forces Until Conclusion of Peace Treaty" in old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMERICAN ARMY OF OCCUPATION * 1919 Pictorial Collage of Fifth Field Artillery, American First Division occupying Germany, Dec. 3, 1918.
AMERICAN ARMY OF OCCUPATION * - 1920 - Pictorial Collage entitled "American Soldiers in Coblenz" . 17,000 American Soldiers stationed here with Headquarter of the American Army Of Occupation.
AMERICAN ARMY OF OCCUPATION, COBLENZ, GERMANY * - 1921 - Pictorial Collage entitled "Latest Photographs of the American Army of Occupation" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN ART COLONY, CAGNES, FRANCE * - 1926 - Pictorial collage entitled "American Painters Found New Art Colony in Cagnes, France" with collage of local scenes and American painters. Mint condition. 11 by 14 inches.
AMERICAN ARTIST CHARLES SHEELER - 1926 - Shown in Article entitled "AN AMERICAN IN THE CLASSIC TRADITION - the story of Charles Sheeler paintings which are an important American Art Treasure with examples of his art work as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN ARTIST PAUL HONORE * - 1926 - American Artist from Detroit, Michigan who has achieved fame with his painting using ground glass. Report cites methods and techniques and shows one of his paintings as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE HIGHWAY - 1935 - Article entitled "From The Atlantic to the Pacific" a plan for automobile highway from coast to coast.
AMERICAN AVIATION SCHOOL * - 1918 - Collage showing a modern contest U. S. Army Plane No. 4 1554 with a newly installed machine gun ready for firing and the gunner and pilot in training as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN BALLOONISTS FARRELL, HINTON and FLOOR * - 1921 - Pictorial double page collage entitled MISSING AMERICAN BALLOONISTS, AFTER THRILLING EXPERIENCE IN THE THE CANADIAN WILDS, RETURN TO SAFETY as reported and as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION MEETING, MINNEAPOLIS * - 1923 - Pictured are officers of the American Bar Association organization meeting in Minneapolis as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
AMERICAN BEAUTY - 1928. Appearing is actress ALICE WHITE who is written up and pictured in an article entitled STARS OF THE SILVER SCREEN as saved from this old American Pictorial Collage entitled NOTES AND COMMENTS ON MOVIES AND TALKIES.
AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, PRESBYTERIAN-CONGREGATIONAL GROUP -1847 era, Location: OR. Named in story entitled DAY OF MASSACRE by Paul T. Scott who tells of the Whitman massacre at Waiilatpu Mission in Oregon - a true story of the true brutality of some of the American Indians along the Oregon trail as found in this 50 year old, complete, western magazine
AMERICAN CANAL* - 1917 - Article entitled "COMPLETING THE WORLD'S BUSIEST WATERWAY" - The Fourth Lock at SDault Ste. Marie by Herbert T. White as saved from this old American Scientific magazine
AMERICAN CARTOONIST DARLING, J. N. * - 1926 - Story entitled HOW "DING" CAME BACK as the author reports on the premature death notices of world famous cartoonist J. N. Darling to the relief of his audience.
AMERICAN COLLEGE at Smyrna * - 1921. Pictorial collage entitled "Retreat of the Greek Mounted Forces before the Advancing Turks" includes, native picture,, and facts on the American College in Smyrna.
AMERICAN COMPANY - 1867 era - Location: Alaska Territory. Named in story entitled "The Fabulous $7,200,000 Icebox" by John M. Hurdy who writes that William Henry Seward was ridiculed and reviled in his own lifetime for the buy of the century. Today, he's considered a hero as found in this old and seldom read western magazine.
AMERICAN DERBY, Referred to in "Spokane, The West's Great Horse" by H. McDonald Clarke, article from old western magazine about Thoroughbred 1889 Kentucky Derby Winner.
AMERICAN DIAMOND DRILL COMPANY - 1871 - General Charles H. Tompkins named as President. Original patent report and engraving .
AMERICAN EAGLE (steamboat) mentioned in "Death On The River", by: Bob Young
AMERICAN ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY * - 1922 - Pictorial collage entitled "WORK OF AMERICAN ARTILLERYMEN AND ENGINEERS" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE - Written about in "Tom Mix: Budding Western Star" By: Robert S. Birchard - the story of Tom Mix's years 1910 - 1917 at Selig-Polyscope where he achieved an authentic taste of cowboy Americana.
AMERICAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE * - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled "A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR" showing President Wilson at Chaumont, France on Christmas Day, 1918 with dignitaries saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY mentioned in "We Threw Fanny To The Wolves" article from old western magazine
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR * - 1918 - Pictured is Samuel Gompers in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text as President of the American Federation of Labor which under his guidance is Co-Operating with the Government in the Prosecution of the War as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR * - 1934 - Pictured and written in aticle entitled THE FIFTY-FOURTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR CONSIDERS ITS MANY PROBLEMS with a view of the San Francisco Civic Centre and the delegates assembled for a critical session as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR - 1926 - Named in story entitled The Suffragist Fight Over Industrial Equality seeking equal jobs as saved from this old American News Magazine.
AMERICAN FLAG RAISING, IWO JIMA - 1923 - 55 era. AZ, IWO JIMA, Washington, D. C. Identified in this wonderful story and tribute to this hero of Marines entitled TAPS FOR IRA HAYES by Maurice Kildare who has been immortalized by the famous statute of the raising of the United States flag at Mt. Surburbachi, Iwo Jima in World War II. Tells of his Pima Indian reservation life and pulls no punches as found in this extremely rare and complete Western Magazine.
AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR THE BLIND * - 1928 Featured Article National American Magazine entitled "MORE READING FOR THE BLIND"
AMERICAN FUR COMPANY- 1799 - 1850's era. Location: Ireland, Western United States. Named in story entitled "BROKEN HAND FITZPATRICK, MOUNTAIN MAN EXTRAORDINARY" who says that even Kit Carson and Jim Bridger could not match the exploits of Thomas "Broken Hand" Fitzpatrick in the perilous Rocky Mountains as published in the old and complete western magazine
AMERICAN FUR COMPANY - 1811 era - Location: MO, NE, SD. - Named in Western River Story entitled KEELBOAT MARATHON by Max von Kreisler who tells the story of Manual Lisa, a river boat captain in a race for the early fur industry on the Missouri River. His competitor was the American Fur Company headed by John Jacob Astor as found in this old and complete western magazine
AMERICAN FUR COMPANY * - 1833 - 34. Site: ND, France, Germany, Switzerland.Co-editor of story entitled WINTER AT FORT CLARK, edited by Davis Thomas and Karin Ronnefeldt which recites one of the most important American Plains Expedition of Maximilian and Bodmer along the tribes of the Upper Missouri as found in this old, complete western magazine
AMERICAN FUR COMPANY - 1890 - 1912 Circa. Site - Missouri, Dakota Territory. Named in biography entitled SAGA OF FREDERIC GERARD by Carleton Mays. Written of a legend who the author states could whip wild grizzlies, defeat 600 Indians, escape from the Custer massacre yet compassionate enough to tend the sick Indians as though they were his flock as found in rare and complete western magazine.
AMERICAN FUR COMPANY mentioned in "Hugh Glass' Empty Revenge" article from old western magazine
AMERICAN FUR COMPANY mentioned in "The Rich Golden Gulches Of Montana" article from old western magazine
AMERICAN FUR COMPANY, "Steamers On The Big Muddy" by Carl Arp, article from old western magazine
AMERICAN FUR COMPANY- 1823 - 93 - Location: US. Named in story entitled THE INDOMITABLE FRANCIS PARKMAN by Tom Bailey who writes that Parkman, half-blind, cripple by disease and personal loss, he nevertheless wielded the pen that opened a wilderness to civilization. Here is his remarkable story which must be read by any student of western pioneer and Indian life by the author of The Oregon Trail as found in this old western magazine.
AMERICAN FUR COMPANY - 1850 era. Site: Ireland, Western United States. Named in story entitled THE WEST'S GREATEST GAME KILLER by Jay Scott who writes of the Irish Lord St. George, Eighth Baronet of Gore who came to our pioneer and hunted game for fun as told in this complete western magazine.
AMERICAN FUR TRADE COMPANY - 1780 - 1880 era. Western Frontier of Minnesota. Named in history entitled FORT SNELLING - GIBRALTAR OF THE WEST by Joan Kyllo who recites the rich past of one of America's most valuable outposts from the days of founding by Zebulon Pike to the construction by Colonel Josiah Snelling as found in this seldom read western magazine.
AMERICAN GULCH GOLDCAMP. * - 1847 - 1901 Era. Location Colorado, Ohio.. Story entitled FATHER DYER - THE SNOWSHOE ITINERANT by Harry E. Chatfield of a circuit preacher outfitted in buffalo-skin and snowshoes carrying his message over the gigantic mountains and deep gorges of the frontier west as here related as found in this complete western magazine
AMERICAN HORSE indian mentioned in "Lost Bird of Wounded Knee" article from old western magazine
AMERICAN HORSE Indian mentioned in "Professor Marsh and the Thunder Horses" article from old western magazine
AMERICAN HORSE Indian mentioned in "The Indians' Winter Count" article from old western magazine
AMERICAN HORSE SIDESADDLE MEMORABILIA * - 1908 - Original etching number and signed as shown.
AMERICAN HUMANE ASSOCIATION (AHA) * - Named as protector of animal rights 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.
AMERICAN INDIAN SCIENTIFIC AGRICULTURAL MEETING. * - 1931 - Rare photo of important American Indians off the Glacier National Park Reservation attending a series of lectures on Modern Farmer at the Montana State Agricultural College as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MUSIC * - 1907 - Pictured and written about in article entitled " A HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL OF ORCHESTRA " which announces Madame Lillian Nordica's plans for an American Institute of Music combining a school of operatic instruction with the features of a great Wagner Theatre at Balreuth as saved from this old American News Magazine.
AMERICAN JUVENILE TENNIS CHAMPION * - 1932 - Miss Ruby Bishop of Pasadena, California pictured and featured in article entitled YOUNG STARS RISE TO FAME IN THE YEAR'S TENNIS PLAY as The Girl's Champion who won the Juvenile Title at Philadelphia as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN LEAGUE BASEBALL * by STEWART, Charles D. Author 1907 - Article in Century Magazine in The United States of Baseball.
AMERICAN LEGION * - 1931 - Ralph T. O'Neill, head of the American Legion show broadcasting a Christmas message to world War Veterans carried over the Columbia Network as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMERICAN LEGION * - Portland, Oregon 1932 - Parade Pictures
AMERICAN LEGION -ASCOT SPEEDWAY, LOS ANGELES * - 1931 - Site pictured of Three RACING Cars Crashed which hilled driver George Young as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 14 inches. Mint condition
AMERICAN LEGION COMMANDER General "Go-Get-'Em McQUIGG * - 1925 - (Commander of the American Legion) Article entitled "The Doughboy's Champion" as saved from this old American news magazine.
AMERICAN LEGION CONVENTION * - 1921 - Pictorial collage entitled "DISTINGUISHED GUESTS VIEW PARADE OF AMERICA LEGION" , held at Kansas City, Kansas before 25,000 strong as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMERICAN LEGION HOLLYWOOD POST * - 1934 - Picture entitled "IMPROVING THE STANDARDS OF BEAUTY AMONG THE AMERICAN LEGION "COLONELS": BABY WAMPUS STARS OF 1934" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN LEGION in PARIS... - Later 1860 era. Location, Hawaii. Named in historical story entitled "WALTER MURRAY GIBSON: GREAT MORMON RASCAL" Twice in his turbulent life he narrowly escaped hanging. But in the old days, that was not uncommon. Characterized as a ex-pirate, Gibson was a Mormon who took advantage of the Church to become a prominent public figure in Hawaii politics as published in this rare western magazine
AMERICAN LEGION MASCOT in PARIS, Jay WARD * - 1928 - American Legion Paris Mascot of the "Second A. E. F." is pictured in article entitled THE SCHOOL OF THE SOLDIER, Jay Ward, Aged Six supervised by Sergeant Herbert E. Smith titled the Army's "Perfect Man" at Recruiting Headquarters in New York
AMERICAN LEGION NATIONAL JUNIOR BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP * - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled BEFORE THE GAME: CAPTAINS OF RIVAL TEAMS PICTURED as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
AMERICAN LEGION OLDEST MEMBER * GIBSON, C. P. Doctor * - 1924 - (Redwood Falls, Minnesota) - Pictured after having served in World War as member of the Medical Corps as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine 80 years old in mint condition. The single page is 11 by 16 inches.
AMERICAN LEGION PARADE * - 1921 - Pictorial collage entitled "DISTINGUISHED GUESTS VIEW PARADE OF AMERICA LEGION" , held at Kansas City, Kansas before 25,000 strong as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMERICAN LEGION, CLEVELAND, OHIO * - 1936 - Pictorial collage entitled "200,000 in American Legion Meet" with text and pictures show of parade and convention highlights. Double page. 22 by 14. Good Condition.
AMERICAN LEGION, Miss * - 1934 - Miss Elaine Russell Pictured on cover of American Pictorial Magazine entitled ' Miss America Legion of 1934" as pictured in action as pictured on cover. Mint condition.
AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION - ESKIMO HISTORIC PHOTOS * - 1900 ERA - Names in article entitled "Eskimo" consisting of photos of photographers E A. Hegg and F. H. Nowell as published in this complete American Hardback Magazine. Heavy.
AMERICAN MOON COMMITTEE of MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY * - 1936 - Named in Pictorial collage entitled "Eye on the Mount Wilson Observatory" showing pictures with text of equipment used in observation of universe. Double page. 22 by 14. Good condition
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY - 1908 - 1920 era. Location: New Mexico. Named in story entitled "THE BLACK COWBOY WHO MADE THE FOLSOM DISCOVERIES" by Mary F. Germond who tells of George McJunkin, a son of slaves and one of about 5,000 black cowboys in the west who found the fossils of a prehistoric bison which had been killed by a spearpoint10,000 years ago as published in this old, complete western magazine
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATIONAL HISTORY PRESIDENT, DAVISON, F. Trubee * - 1933 - Featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined A REPUBLICAN HUNTSMAN who has just returned from an expedition to an elephant group for the AKELEY AFRICAN HALL as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATIONAL HISTORY Murals * - 1921 - Pictorial collage and text entitled ARTS, CRAFTS, AND CEREMONIES OF THE NORTH PACIFIC COAST INDIANS as created by Will S. Taylor as featured in the American Museum of Natural History which holds 14 of these valuable illustrations as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK - 1895 era: Location: Leadville, Colorado. Named in history entitled "LEADVILLE'S ICE PALACE" written by Hank Givens. Seems that a leading citizen, Tingley S. Wood, felt that an ice palace similar to ones built in Russia and Canada was the answer to make Leadville a leading Winter carnival site and use the ice to make up for the winter doldrums. How it turned out was published in the rare and seldom found western magazine
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK mentioned in "Amadeo Peter Giannini, Banking Genius" By: Joe Koller
AMERICAN NATURE ASSOCIATION, backers of FINLEY - CHURCH EXPEDITION * - 1927 - Double paged pictorial collage entitled "DISCOVERIES AND TROPHIES OF FINLEY-CHURCH EXPEDITION FROM THE ALEUTIAN CHAIN OF ISLAND ACROSS THE BERING SEA" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN OLYMPIC BOXERS. * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled "BOXERS WARMING UP IN RING ON LINER'S DECK: are American representatives on the American Olympic Boxing team who will represent American at the Olympic Games as they leave New York aboard the liner America. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
AMERICAN OLYMPIC FENCING TEAM - 1920 - Site: NY, England Antwerp Olympic Games - Named along with others in article entitled PROSPECTIVE AMERICAN CHAMPIONS IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES as featured in the Sports - and - Athletics section of this old American News Magazine. Mint Condition 5 pages.
AMERICAN OLYMPIC REPRESENTATIVES IN CHALONIX, FRANCE * - 1924 - Pictured holding the Stars and Strips as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition 11 by 16 inches.
AMERICAN OLYMPIC TRACK TEAM. * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled "MEMBERS OF AMERICA'S TRACK AND FIELD TEAM: representatives on the American Olympic Trackmen team who will represent American at the Olympic Games as they leave New York aboard the liner America. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
AMERICAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP - 1927 - Location: ENG., SCOTLAND, U.S. Named in original news story entitled "BOBBY JONES CONQUERS THE GOLF WORLD" which retells the story of his "Calamity Jane" putter and the history of his conquest of St. Andrews where Golf found it's savior as saved from this old American News Magazine.
AMERICAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP * - 1932 - BILLY BURKE pictured and written about in article entitled THE FORMER STEEL MILL HAND WHO REACHED THE HEIGHTS OF GOLF is shown as the 28 years old pro of Greenwich, Conn., who won the American Open Championship after a playoff with George Von Elm in weekly featured article entitled GOLF'S TOP-NOTCHERS IN THE PLAY OF 1931 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN OPERA FESTIVAL * - 1907 - Pictured and written about in article entitled " A HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL OF ORCHESTRA " which announces Lillian Nordica's plans for an American Institute of Music combining a school of operatic instruction with the features of a great Wagner Theatre at Balreuth as saved from this old American News Magazine.
AMERICAN ORDER OF ST. GEORGE daughter's member GILL, Patricia * - 1925 - Royal Marine J. Lee pictured and written about inn article entitled GRAPES SWEETENED BY BABY GLANCES shares grapes with Patricia Gill, a Member of the American Order of St. George as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
AMERICAN ORDER OF SONS OF ST. GEORGE * - 1925 - Royal Marine J. Lee pictured and written about inn article entitled GRAPES SWEETENED BY BABY GLANCES shares grapes with Patricia Gill, a Member of the American Order of St. George as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY- 1870 - 80's era - Location CO, KS, MT, ND, PA, SD, WY. Named in story entitled "The Great Dinosaur War" by Paul C. Day tells of the differences of Yale Professor Othniel Charles Marsh and Quaker Edward Drinker cope and their explorations of the River Basin of Montana where they hunted bones and fossils and minerals as related in this rare complete western magazine.
AMERICAN PLAINS INDIANS * - 1833 - 34. Site: ND, France, Germany, Switzerland.Co-editor of story entitled WINTER AT FORT CLARK, edited by Davis Thomas and Karin Ronnefeldt which recites one of the most important American Plains Expedition of Maximilian and Bodmer along the tribes of the Upper Missouri as found in this old, complete western magazine
AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHTS * - 1921 - Featured and pictured as author of "The County Chairman" and "The Shogun" in page titled "WHO'S WHO IN THE DRAMATIC WORLD. PLAYWRIGHTS. as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN POLO - 1930 - written up in "American King of the Sport of Kings" as published in the Sports and Athletics section of American News magazine.
AMERICAN POTASH AND CHEMICAL CORPORATION - 1860's - 90 - Named in this exciting story of the discovery of Borax entitled "BORAX KING" by Tom G. Murray who writes of John W. Searles and his brother who incorporated the San Bernardino Borax Company--made a fortune then sold out to Borax Smiths" Pacific Borax Company and along the way nearly got bamboozled out oh riche Great story as found in this complete and rare western magazine.
AMERICAN PRISON ASSOCIATION * - 1923 - Named in article entitled PERSONAL GLIMPSES headlined 'BRIGHTER SIDE OF FLORIDA'S PENAL METHODS" discusses the clean, comfortable quarters for the prisoners of the State Farm at Raiford as saved from this American News Magazine.
AMERICAN PROPAGANDA CHIEF - CREEL, George * - 1919 - Pictured and written about as the Chairman of the Committee on Public Information in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing his duties as Chief of American Propaganda during World War I as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE PRESIDENT, EDWARDS, "Big Bill" * - 1926 - Subject of story entitled "PRO" FOOTBALL'S NEW CZAR - BIG BILL EDWARDS who aspires to place pro football on the basis of high class football as it is played in colleges and reported and saved from this old National News magazine. 2 pages.
AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION - 1924 - FNamed in article entitled TWENTY YEARS MORE FOR US which pictures and tells of Elizabeth Milbank Anderson gifts to the Milbank Memorial which is conducting experiments which may lead to a long life of the citizen of United States as saved from this old American News Magazine.
AMERICAN RED CROSS AMBULANCE CORPS * AMERICAN AMBULANCE CORPS - WORLD WAR I * - 1918 Red Cross
AMERICAN RED CROSS ASSOCIATION, * - 1933 - Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt attending the Annual Red Cross Convention in Washington as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMERICAN RED CROSS CAMPAIGN OF NEW YORK * - 1917 - Pictured and written about in this article entitled "WHY THE AMERICAN RED CROSS NEEDED 100 MILLION DOLLARS" which tells of the current crisis the American Red Cross is experiencing in their massive aid effort as war clouds gather over the country as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN RED CROSS FIELD DIRECTOR - REA, Henry R., Mrs * -- 1919 - Pictured as first and ony field director of the American Red Cross with rank of Major as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
AMERICAN RED CROSS NURSES *- 1916 era - pictured as going to serve in Europe aboard the German liner "Hamburg".
AMERICAN RED CROSS of Washington, D. C. * - 1923 - Pictured are workers demonstrating life-saving methods as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
AMERICAN RED CROSS OPENING. * - 1935 - Pictured article entitled THE RED CROSS PLANNING ITS WORK FOR THE COMING YEAR; A GENERAL VIEW at the opening session in Washington in weekly feature named IN CHARITY CAUSES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN RIVER , CALIFORNIA - 1870 Era -Mentioned in "A Curse Upon His Head" By: Norman C. Pierce, the story of the Mormon empire builder of San Francisco. Rare.
AMERICAN ROCKET SOCIETY - 1934 - as reported in Science and Invention Article entitled "Developing Rockets to Explore Stratosphere" as published in American News Magazine.
AMERICAN ROLLING MILLS COMPANY * - 1923 - Client named in treasured ad entitled "WHAT IS REAL TREE SURGERY", an ad of the Davey Tree Surgery Company of 2557 Elm Street, Kent, Ohio as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN SCHOOL FOR OPERATIC STUDENTS * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled WHERE SONGBIRDS ARE FLOCKING at the opening session of the American School for Operatic Students at Nice.. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL ATHLETIC MEET - 1921 - Pictured on cover is Miss Peggy Hamilton entitled QUEEN OF THE OLYMPIC DAYS as she will rule over the Great International Athletic Meeting at Los Angeles in 1932 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERCAN SCIENTIFIC MAGAZINE - 1921 - Pictured on cover is Miss Peggy Hamilton entitled QUEEN OF THE OLYMPIC DAYS as she will rule over the Great International Athletic Meeting at Los Angeles in 1932 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN SIDESADLE HORSE MEMORABILIA * - 1908 - Original etching number and signed as shown
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BEAUTY CULTURISTS * - 1928 - Pictured are women displaying various hair styles of the American Society of Beauty Culturists meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in America as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMERICAN SPANIEL COCKER CLUB * - (Long Island, New York) -1924 - Shown in pictorial collage is Mrs. J. Macy Willets with her Champion Mepal's Irene which won the Crocker Spaniel Class at the 7th annual show of the American Spaniel Club at Waldorf. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
AMERICAN STEAMSHIP PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT * - 1926 - Pictured and story written about entitled "The Generation's Most Stirring Epic of the Sea" of the sinking of the British Steamship Antoine under the command of Captain Tose and the saving of the crew by the men of the United States Liner President Roosevelt under the direction of Capt George Fried. Mint condition. 11 by 14 inches.
AMERICAN TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH. - 1914 era. Location: Western United States. Named in the history of the circumstances of the construction of the transcontinental telephone system by THEODORE N. VAILl which was completed across the United States on June 17, 1914 as reported in this complete western magazine.
AMERICAN TELEPHONE OPERATORS * - 1918 - Pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing the American - French speaking telephone operators under the auspices of the Signal Corps, World War I as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
AMERICAN TENNIS SINGLE CHAMPION * - 1932 - (of California) Ellsworth Vines, Jr., pictured and featured in article entitled YOUNG STARS RISE TO FAME IN THE YEAR'S TENNIS PLAY just after winning the American singles Championship at Forest Hills as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMERICAN TENNIS TITLE WINNER - 1933 - Pictured on the cover is Frederick J. Perry of England entitled THE WINNER OF THE AMERICAN TENNIS TITLE after defeating Jack Crawford of Australia in final at Forest Hills. Mint. 10 b 14 inches.
AMERICAN WOMEN'S TROPHY * - 1932 - Pictured and written about is Miss Helen Hicks of Hewlett, Long Island who received this award in article entitled NATIONAL CHAMPION AT THE AGE OF 20 is shown receiving the American Women's Trophy from H. H. Ramsey, President of the United States Golf Association as found in weekly featured article entitled GOLF'S TOP-NOTCHERS IN THE PLAY OF 1931 as saved from this old American pictorial magazineC
AMERICAN-MEXICAN WAR * - 1840 Era - Location MX, LA, TX. Story entitled "When Lee and Grant Were Allies" by Norman Winski where author tells that Lee once came to Grant's rescue and of their service in the American-Mexican War's most important battle - Chapultepec as found in this old and complete western magazine.
AMERICANIZATION SCHOOL, WASHINGTON, D C. - 1922 - Pictured in article entitled YOUNG PEOPLE OF MANY RACES TRANSFORMED INTO AMERICANS showing pupils of the Americanization School of Washington, D.C. gathered to speak the English language fluently and receive a liberal American education as saved from this old American Pictorial collage. Mint. 11 by 16 inches.
AMERIKA *, (German Ship kept German Name, 20765 tons) pictured in Article entitled "Former German Ships Whose Sale Has Been Halted". WWI, 1920
AMES, General of Volunteers demoted to Lieutenant Colonel - "The Men in Command of Our Fighting Force". Saturday Evening Post 1901.
AMES, George * - 1921 - Star of "The Hero" pictured and written about in article entitled ACTRESSES AND SCENES IN CURRENT PRODUCTION as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
AMES, H., Sir *. 1919 - League of Nations - Member, Permanent Court of International Justice in Carnegie Peace Palace, The Hague, Holland.
AMES, James H. *, Sergeant, (Brooklyn, New York – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
AMES, Judson. Named in "Six Guns and Printers Ink" by Earl Arp -- a history of early newspapers in the west in pioneer days as appearing in an old Western Magazine.
AMES, Percy * - 1921 - Pictured as star with cast of PEG O' MY HEART in article entitled ACTRESSES AND STRIKING SCENES IN CURRENT PLAYS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
AMES, Robert * - 1921 - Stars Francine Larrimore and Robert Ames pictured in Nice People as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMES, Robert * - 1928 - Featured as actor in QUICKSAND in pictorial collage entitled NEW AND OLD FAVORITES OF THE BROADWAY STAGE as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
AMHERST UNIVERSITY STUDENT - STROHMEIER, William. * - 1935 - Amherst. Pictured is President of the National Intercollegiate Flying Club representing Amherst University in collage entitled "THE FIRST INTERCOLLEGIATE AIR MEET" includes pictures of stars and winners of the event held at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana with winners representing Universities of Purdue, Minnesota, Amherst, naming and picturing officers of group as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMI, Jacob Ben * - Featured actor in play "THE FAILURES" running in 1923 at the Garrick Theatre, New York City as pictorially reviewed with comments saved from an old Pictorial magazine.
AMI, Jacob Ben * - 1934 - American Actor pictured in "A Ship Comes In" playing soon on Broadway from weekly feature entitled "Stage Attractions of the New Season on Broadway" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMIDON, Beulah. Author of ILLINOIS TRUCE, 1928. Major Magazine News Article entitled "Behind the Illinois Truce - An Interview with a Soft Coal Miner" reciting conditions of Union jobs and workers in District 12, Illinois.
AMIDON, Samuel B.. * - 1924 - Kansas National Committeeman pictured in article entitled OFFICERS AND LEADING FIGURES OF THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE.. 11 by 16 inches in mint condition as saved from old American Pictorial Magazine.
AMLIE, Thomas R., * - 1935 - Pictured and written about in weekly feature entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINE as saved from this old American National News magazine. He is a representative of Wisconsin who was selected to be chairman of the American Commonwealth Political Federation.
AMMANN, Othmar H. * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an American News Magazine. He is the creator of four of New York City's bridges, i.e. the George Washington and three bridges linking Staten Island to the mainland.
AMMON,. (early 1850's) Indian Chief named in Walker's War as related in historical story entitled "Wakara, The Mormon Menace". The Mormons tried to make peace with the Utes Indians to no avail and their chief Wakara's efforts to drive them out resulted in "Walker's War" as found in this very rare and seldom read western periodical.
AMONETT SADDLE AND BOOT SHOP, ROSEWELL, NEW MEXICO - 1880 - 1930 era. Location: OK, MS, NM. Named in story entitled SAM BUTLER - COWBOY LAWMAN - written by Charles P. Sterrett and sponsored by Mrs. L. Mehlhop of the Dexter, New Mexico Historical Society and researched by by W. H. "Bill" Dearholt which is, in effect, a history of early New Mexico territory as found in this old and complete western magazine
AMOLE, George A. *, Sergeant, (Pottstown, Penn. – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
AMON CARTER MUSEUM, FT. WORTH, TEXAS , 1900 era - Western Painter as named in story entitled "CAMPAIGN TO SAVE RUSSELL'S HOME" by Helen Clark which is an appeal to friends of Charles Russell, called "The White Indian" and America's Greatest Frontier Western Artist to assist in the preservation of his homesite.
AMOS 'N' ANDY* - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an old American News Magazine. Signed off this week for their first vacation in eight years. Amos's real name is Freeman F. Gosden and Andy's is Charles J. Correll.
AMOS * - 1931 - Pictured and featured in article entitled '" A CAT ARISTOCRAT SITS FOR A PORTRAIT who was declared winner of the Eleventh Annual Show of the Detroit Persian Society as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMPHIBIOUS TANK * - 1922 - Pictured w text is the invention of Walter Christie, a machine expected to revolutionize modern warfare. This demonstration was performed on the Hudson River near the Palisades for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
AMPUDIA, Pedro - General, Mexican Army mentioned in "Big Foot Wallace of Texas", by E. L. Zoltan
AMPUDIA, Pedro - General, Mexican Army - 1830 - 40 era, Site: TX, Mexico. Named in story entitled "HE MADE THE COLT PISTOL WORK" by Curtis Bishop was writes that Sam Colt was a struggling, unknown gunsmith until Sam Walker submitted plans to improve his gun that became famous throughout the west as found in this old and complete western magazine.
AMSTEL DIEP * - 1914 - Named in original article entitled ENCLOSING AND PARTIAL DRAINING OF THE ZUIDER ZEE W. J. L. Kiehl who interviewed the Netherlands Minister of Waterways, Doctor C. LELY who furnished details, text, maps and photos of his plan for the reclamation of the Zuider Zee as saved from this old American Scientific magazine
AMSTERDAM OLYMPIC CONTENDERS * - 1928 - Discuss thrower Maybelle Reichardt pictured as one three of America's Fair Olympic contenders along with Rayma Wilson (800 - Meter - Run) and Anna Vrama (Short Sprints) in the Amsterdam Olympic High Jump as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
AMSTERDAM OLYMPIC GIRLS * - 1928 - Pictured are stars of America in article entitled GIRLS WHO WEAR AMERICA'S COLORS IN AMSTERDAM'S OLYMPIC GAMES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
AMSTERDAM OLYMPIC HIGH JUMPER SHILEY, Jean M. * - 1928 - Pictured as one who will wear the American colors in the Amsterdam Olympic High Jump as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
AMUNDSEN, Raold, * Captain - 1922 - Article entitled "Arctic Expeditions by Discoverer of the South Pole" w picture from the South Pole.
AMUNDSEN, Raold, Captain * - 1926 - Named and pictured in story entitled CROWDING THE NORTH POLE which relates the history of the trip of Commander Richard E. Byrd and Floyd Bennett in exploration of the artic world as saved from this old National News magazine. 5 Pages
AMUNDSEN, Roald *, (1928 Polar Expedition - National News Magazine At The Bottom of the World)
AMUNDSEN, Roald A THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE ICE WITH WILLIAMS - 1931- Story of the USS Nautilus projected cruise to the North Pole.
AMUNDSEN, Roald, Captain * - 1922 - Expedition to South Pole pictured as leaving in article entitled AMUNDSEN'S SHIP LEAVES ON LONG POLAR TRIP as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
AMUNDSEN, Roald, Captain- 1964 era - Location Yukon River. Named in story entitled STAMPEDE TOWNS OF THE UPPER YUKON by David Wharton and party inc. photographer Philip Hyde exploring from the Canadian border to Tanana, deep in the hears of Alaska--visiting and reporting on a few surviving relics of the great days of Klondike gold, the boom and bust stampede towns to time has passed by.
AMUR Steamer mentioned in "Ho, for the Klondike!", by Paul Hogarth
AMUSEMENT PARK OF "Bathhouse" John Coughlin * - 1880 - 1920's era. Location: CO, IL. Named in story entitled "BATHHOUSE JOHN'S COLORADO COME-DOWN" by A. J. Breuning who tells of a Chicago politician named John J. Coughlin who went west for his health - bought a sick elephant - named her Princess Alice - fed her booze and nursed her back to health and she ended up the main attraction in his amusement park in Colorado Springs, Colorado as published in this old and complete western magazine.
A MUSICAL ORGY by Oscar Wilde * 1907 - His Salome makes a sensational opera debut in News magazine which writes of the Opera Salome being presented to a German audience as "A Musical Orgy" identifying performances and, in particular, the Author, Oscar Wilde as saved from this old American News Magazine.
AN AMERICAN DOCTOR'S ODYSSEY * - 1936 - Author Dr. Victor G. Heiser pictured and featured in "BOOKS AND THEIR MAKERS - THIS WEEK'S BEST SELLERS" of his new autobiography, "An American Doctor's Odyssey: Adventures in Forty-five Countries as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 10 by 14 inches.
AN END TO INN0CENCE * - 1850 - 75 era. Location: CA. Story by David Lavender who writes of the life and times of William C. Ralston - co-founder and president of The Bank of California and his fortune and demise as found in the old and complete western magazine.
AN INCREDIBLE JOURNEY TO SAVE A FRINED * - 1850 - 70 Circa. Site: CA, MI, NJ, OR, T. Story by Harold Wylie who writes of experiences of the T"Vault Expedition - early in the Oregon Indian War history as found in this old, complete, different western magazine.
AN INDIANS WIFE'S DEVOTION - 1900' era. Site: TN CA KA NJ TX OK. Old movie named and written about in massive feature story entitled THE FILM COWBOY HEROES WHO WERE FOR REAL listing movie stars, acts, animals, stuntmen, singers -- a real history of the early film pioneers who made the roles of cowboy heroes as saved from this very old, complete, seldom found or read western magazine
Anaconda Claims, - 1900 era – Location: ID, MT, NV. Story entitled “Two Funerals For Al Hennessy” by Ernest Oberbillig who writes of the pioneer life of Albert Hennessy who founded mining claims such as the Meadow Creek Silver Mines as found in this rare, complete, seldom found western magazine.
ANACONDA MINES - written up in - 1903 - Featured article entitled "Mining Troubles in Montana" , Amalgamated Copper Mining in old American News Magazine.
ANACONDA MINING COMPANY,. - 1900 -30 era, Location: Montana, South Dakota. Homestake Mine Master Mechanic named in story entitled 'LIFE-LINES OF THE MINES by Mildred Fielder - the story of the invention of William J. Lilly who developed the Lilly Hoist Controller which was and is responsible for saving thousands of miners' lives as found in this rare and seldom found complete western magazine.
ANACONDA MINING CORPORATION - 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.
ANACONDA STEAMSHIP OF THE AMERICAN DIAMOND LINE - 1927 - Picture after a collision at sea with a hole in the port side of the White Star Liner Celtic as saved from this American Pictorial magazine.
ANACOSTIA, MARYLAND, PHOTO SCIENCE LABORATORY, NAVAL AIR STATION, * - U. S. NAVY WAVES * - 1943 - Article entitled "Hollywood Joins the Waves" - story of volunteer animated artists who join to produce WWII films.
ANADARKO INCIAN COUNCIL * - 1872 era. Location - Western United States - Named in story entitled Captain Black Beaver (Se-ket-Tu-May-Qua - sometimes spelled Si-ki-to-ker) - by Glen Shirley calling him The Great Delaware, a much sought guide and interpreter. Honored by his tribe in that he was given custody of the famous treaty signed by William Pen and the Chief of the Delaware Tribe at Shackamaxson. as found in rare western magazine. Must read.
ANADARKO INDIAN TRIBE, - 1860 ERA - LOCATION - TX - Mentioned in story entitled "When the ‘Ironshirt’ Clashed with ‘Old Rip’" by Neil Coleman who writes that the Indian Chief "Ironshirt" struck terror into the hearts of settlers and cavalry men alike until John S. Ford "Old Rip" led his Texas Rangers against him as found in this old and complete western magazine.
ANADARKO, OKLAHOMA,- 1890 era - Location - Indian Territory, Oklahoma. Named in story entitled "A QUAKER MISSIONARY AMONG THE KIOWAS" by Thomas A. Frasier, the story of the life and adventure of Thomas C. Battey, a Vermont-born Quaker schoolteacher and his experiences attempting to convert the Kiowa Indians as published in a very seldom found complete western magazine.
ANASTASIA, Grand Duchess of Russia * - 1921 - Pictured with royal family following abdication of the Czar as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
ANCANA - Sailing Ship - 1900 era - written up in "The Girl Who Waited at Seaman's Rest" by Rowen L. and Gordon D. Alcorn. Story of Seaman and Ships in the Tacoma, Washington area.
ANCARROW, Newton R. *, Captain (Richmond, Virginia – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
ANCHO STAGE STOP, NEW MEXICO - 1913 - Referred to in this Mining History entitled "Trapped Alive" by Zero Vail of the Leadville Mining Claim near White Oaks, New Mexico saving "Square John" Keith from death.
ANCHOR CITY, Dakota Territory, 1876 era. "Mystery of the Log Cabin Gold Mine" By: Mildred Fielder - Mining hunt of the Big Horn Expedition searching for the lost mine
ANCIENT BRITON (Hereford Bull) - Pioneer West Era. Location - Western United States. Hereford Prize winning Bull named in story entitled CATTLE KINGS by George A. Wallis who writes of the lives of those men who took two elements - livestock and the range - each as wild as the other and refused to quit until they established the great ranches of the west as published in this old western magazine. Part 1
ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ORDER OF E CLAMPUS VITUS * - 1890 era. Location: AK, CA, OH. Story entitled "THE ROISTEROUS RED SHIRTS OF THE GOLD RUSH COUNTRY" - a history of the old hard nosed black-hatted miners of the old west called "Clampers" who dressed up in "Red Shirts" and initiated green horn miners in their wiley ways as published in this old and complete western magazine.
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