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BURNT CORN, ALABAMA - 1813 era - Named in rare story seldom found in old western complete magazine entitled THE FORT MIMS MASSACRE by Vincent McGee with illustrations by B. J. McCausey  which seems forgotten in history but tells of great Shawnee Indian Chief Tecumseh who declared that the U. S. A. was the property of Indians and he delegated his warrior as "Red Sticks" under Chief Red Eagle (Lamochatte) to take Fort Mims which he did.

BURNT RIVER, OREGON  - 1880 era - Oregon. Named in story entitled HANK VAUGHN'S FATAL RIDE by Gerald J. Tucker who write of a trouble seeker thought to have nine lives until his horse fell on the main street of Pendleton, Oregon and did him in as found in this seldom read story published in an old western magazine.

BURR (First name unknown - kin to Perry Mason (TV's Raymond Burr) - 1860 - 1900's era - Site: British Columbia. Constable named in CANADA'S MURDERING McLEANS by T. W. Patterson - a history of one the most onery families in the old west and the eventual hanging of the principles as saved from this old and complete seldom found western  magazine.

BURR, Aaron - 1800 - 1890 era. Site: California. Named in story entitled TAPEWORM, TICKETS & SHOULDER STRIKERS by Richard Reinhardt who writes of many of the shenanigans at the polls in California in the early days and those that participated as found in this complete western magazine.

BURR, Aaron, Reverend - 1896 era - A history of the Livingston family as published in this old American magazine.

BURR, Carleton * Lieutenant, (Boston, Mass. -WW 1  Honor Roll -Killed in Action)

BURR, Dewey G. * Private, (Bristolville, Ohio WW 1 Honor Roll Died of Wounds)

BURR, Joan * 1934 - Miami Beach - Member 300 Meter Medley Relay Champion Team - The Women's National Swimming Championship as published in American Pictorial magazine.

BURR, Mr. mentioned in "The Rich Golden Gulches Of Montana" article from old western magazine

BURR, William H. * (Professor, Columbia University pictured and mentioned as member of "The Panama Canal Commission, 1904).

BURRELL, Guthrie O. * Lieutenant, (New Lexington, Ohio WW 1 Honor Roll Died of Wounds)

BURRIER, W. C. * - (Trail Boss) - 1866 era, Site: Western Trail Drive. Named in story entitled ON THE TRAIL IN 1886 by J. Frank Dobie Story who captures the life and experiences of John Shepherd, an old time trail driver who tells of the real flavor of the early cowpoke  as one who lived to tell about it in this 50 year old western magazine which is a collectors item.

BURRIS, Dutch Charlie (Train robber - Rare Western Story - Historic Story of Bamboo Filament Element Discovery by Thomas Alva Edison)

BURROUGHS BAY * - 1926 - Pictured in collage entitled "Navy Flyers Photograph Unknown Sections of Alaska" as pictured and written about as saved from an old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

BURROUGHS, Edgar Rice * - 1929 - Story entitled "HOW TARZAN KEPT THE WOLF FROM THE DOOR"  tells of the early life of Edgar Rice Burroughs when, after failing to sell pencil sharpeners on Chicago wyndy streets failed and started writing TARZAN with them instead as found and saved from this old American News magazine.

BURROUGHS, Edgar Rice, Mrs. - 1929 - Brother of Edgar, named in story entitled "HOW TARZAN KEPT THE WOLF FROM THE DOOR"  tells of the early life of Edgar Rice Burroughs when, after failing to sell pencil sharpeners on Chicago wyndy streets failed and started writing TARZAN with them instead as found and saved from this old American News magazine

BURROUGHS, Henry  - 1929 - Brother of Edgar, named in story entitled "HOW TARZAN KEPT THE WOLF FROM THE DOOR"  tells of the early life of Edgar Rice Burroughs when, after failing to sell pencil sharpeners on Chicago wyndy streets failed and started writing TARZAN with them instead as found and saved from this old American News magazine

BURROUGHS, Hulbert - 1929 - Brother of Edgar, named in story entitled "HOW TARZAN KEPT THE WOLF FROM THE DOOR"  tells of the early life of Edgar Rice Burroughs when, after failing to sell pencil sharpeners on Chicago wyndy streets failed and started writing TARZAN with them instead as found and saved from this old American News magazine

BURROUGHS, James "Jim" - (Blacksheep Train Robber) Fascinating true story of the Dublin, Texas Haunted Waterhole by Ennis Favors of local water well haunted by the ghosts of Jenny and baby Temple Papworth. Subject rarely found in this old western magazine.

BURROUGHS, Joan - 1929 - Daughter of Edgar, named in story entitled "HOW TARZAN KEPT THE WOLF FROM THE DOOR"  tells of the early life of Edgar Rice Burroughs when, after failing to sell pencil sharpeners on Chicago wyndy streets failed and started writing TARZAN with them instead as found and saved from this old American News magazine

BURROUGHS, John * -  1921 - Eminent American Naturalist who died March 29, 1921 as pictured in article entitled "Eminent American Who Have Rested From Their Labors" as saved from an old American Pictorial magazine. Single page is 11 by 16 inches

BURROUGHS, John - Gravesite * - 1924 - Great picture as saved from old American News Magazine.

BURROUGHS, John  * - 1931 - Pictured in pictorial tribute to Thomas Alva Edison upon his death as saved from this American Pictorial magazine. Mint Condition. 11 by 14 inches. 

BURROWS, Julius C. * Senator (Michigan)1901 Saturday Evening Post article "Men & Women of the Hour.

BURT Nellie * - 1922 - Featured stars in pictorial collage entitled "ACTRESSES AND SCENE IN RECENT OPENINGS" in movie "Face Value"  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches

BURT, Frank G. * Sergeant, (Port Allegany, Penn. -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)

BURT, John, Killed Marianda, 1880 circa. Written up in, "Tucson's Vigilante Necktie Party" By: Donald N. Bentz - a story of the vigilante "Committee of Public Safety" which brought frontier justice to Tuscon.

BURT, Nellie  * - 1923 - Supporting actress in "CASANOVA", a play full of the color and romance of the Eighteenth Century now showing at the Empire Theatre, New York with pictorial scenes and reviews as saved from this old American Pictorial review.

BURT, P. G. * Private, (Kearney, Nebraska -WW 1 Honor Roll -Died of Wounds)

BURT, STRUTHERS * - 1927 - His book, "The Delectable Mountains" reviewed in article entitled " With The New Books" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

BURTON, A WHITE COLLAR SHUTLE BOAT * - 1916 - 21 - Named in story entitled WHITE COLLAR VERSUS BLACK BALL by Victor H. White, a fascinating history of a man, W. L. Gazzam who strived to improve steamboat service of Puget Sound. Names ships, ship wrecks and facts of important historical system along with those that made Seattle harbor such a dangerous place in the pioneer days as found in this complete western magazine.

BURTON, Clara * - 1920 - Pictured in a pictorial article entitled "Marvelous Costumes, Differing From Anything Ever Seen" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

BURTON, E. mentioned in "Henry Plummer's Horrendous Masquerade" article from old western magazine

BURTON, Harold H. * - 1935 - Cleveland Mayor pictured with headline of "Cleveland Inaugurates A New Mayor"  in weekly feature entitled People and Politics as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

BURTON, Jeff (writer from London, England) - 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. Mehilop 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

BURTON, Marion LeRoy of University of Michigan  * - 1923 - Chosen to place President Coolidge in nomination at the Republican National Convention pictured and named are Officers and Notable Figures of the Convention as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

BURTON, Milton (farmer) * - Circa 1900 - Site: Stillwater, OK., Named in story of convicted murdererer Artie Blue who was sentenced to 45 years as featured in story entitled ARTIE BLUE'S DREAM -  by Glenn Shirley who tells of a dream involved in the murder of Daniel Rising and the trial which captivated the citizens of this Oklahoma Territory town as found in this old, complete western magazine

BURTON, Pat * 1920 era -  rodeo cowboy preparing for trip to New York to sail for London Rodeo as pictured in this article.

BURTON, Robert T. - 1850 - Location: UT. Named in story entitled REBELLION OF THE LAMANITES by Earl Spendlove which details the difficulties between the Ute Indians (Lamanites) and pioneers of the Church of Later Day Saints (Mormons) ending in warfare which practically annihilated a band of the warring Indians as found in this complete western magazine which includes map.

BURTON, Robert T., Colonel * - 1862 Era - Named in Story entitled "Brigham Young and the Saints Went Marching". Only this time, they were ready to leave Salt Lake City rather than suffer the indignity of U. S. troops occupying their sacred city as found in rare old western magazine.

BURTON, Robert T., Major General, Mormon militiaman and Deputy, mentioned in "Joseph Morris, The Seventh Angel" by Earl Spendlove, and the puzzling end of the Mormon's life (circa 1850) as published in this old Western magazine.

BURTON, Robert T.,  - * - 1860 era - Deputy Marshal named in story of Mormon Church struggle with Joseph Morris who refused to abide by Church rules, upsetting Brigham Young and his followers. Very detailed as published entitled "The Morrisite War; Insurrection by a Self-Styled Prophet with engravings printed on slick paper in rare western magazine.

BURTON, Shorty - 1850 era - Location: VA and Western United States. Named in story entitled THE REAL CALAMITY JANE by Kathryn Wright of Martha Jane Cannary - called Calamity Jane here and the life of this legendary figure on the pioneer front of the western United States as found in this old and complete western magazine.

BURTON, Theodore, Representative of Ohio* - 1923 - Temporary chairman and keynote speaker of the Republican National Convention pictured and named are Officers and Notable Figures of the Convention as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

BURTSEFF, Vladamir * - 1917 - Pictorial collage and text entitled "THE EFFECTS OF THE REVOLUTION ON SIBERIA AND THE EXILES" by Charles Johnson as America receives first news of the heroic leaders of the Russian Revolution and their fate in exile in Siberia as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

BURTT, Wilson B,, *- Brigadier General - Chief of Staff, Fifth Army Corps - 1919 - Pictured with the Commanding General of the Fifth Army Corps, Maj. General Charles P. Summerall in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with his staff officers and division leaders as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

BUSBY, Amy * Leading American Actress as featured in The Stage Section of this old American magazine published in 1896.

BUSBY, S.L. rancher mentioned in "Lost "Custer" Treasure Cache article from old western magazine

BUSCH, Mae * - 1923 -  Star Actress pictured as star of "The Christian" in article entitled "Actresses in Current Theatrical Productions as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Page is 11 by 16 inches. Mint.

BUSCH, Mae * - 1923 - Featured in pictorial collage entitled PROMINENT ACTRESSES OF THE SILENT DRAMA as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint. 11 by 16 inches.

BUSCHMEYER, H. G. "Buddy" * - 1929 - Featured and pictured in article entitled ON THE AIR while falling through the air, the veteran parachutist made a fall with a portable short-wave transmitter strapped to his chest as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

BUSH, Doctor I. J. - Translator of  "Pancho Villa's Assassination" by Elias L. Torres with translation by Doctor I. J. Bush. Strange story here of Mexican version of Villa's death (1923) translated into English as published in this old western magazine many years ago

BUSH, George Washington * -  early 1800s. Location MO. Subject of story entitled "THE EMANCIPATION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON BUSH" about a mulatto who Indians treated like a blood brother. As an early American pioneer, he was highly successful and loaned money to the needy without their having to ask. He helped pave the way for others to follow into Washington, Idaho and Montana. as found in this old western magazine

BUSH, Harry * Corporal (Scranton, Pennsylvania WW 1 Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)

BUSH, Henry Sandifor * -  early 1800s. Location MO. Son of ubject of story entitled "THE EMANCIPATION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON BUSH" about a mulatto who Indians treated like a blood brother. As an early American pioneer, he was highly successful and loaned money to the needy without their having to ask. He helped pave the way for others to follow into Washington, Idaho and Montana. as found in this old western magazine

BUSH, Isabella James -  early 1800s. Location MO. Wife of subject of story entitled "THE EMANCIPATION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON BUSH" about a mulatto who Indians treated like a blood brother. As an early American pioneer, he was highly successful and loaned money to the needy without their having to ask. He helped pave the way for others to follow into Washington, Idaho and Montana. as found in this old western magazine

BUSH, Jackson January * -  early 1800s. Location MO. Son of subject of story entitled "THE EMANCIPATION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON BUSH" about a mulatto who Indians treated like a blood brother. As an early American pioneer, he was highly successful and loaned money to the needy without their having to ask. He helped pave the way for others to follow into Washington, Idaho and Montana. as found in this old western magazine

BUSH, Joe "Bullet" * Baseball Star. A double page gravure from an old American Weekly Magazine of 1922.

BUSH, Joe "Bullet" *- 1923 - Pictured posing as pitcher for the  New York Yankee team in a collage of photographs of baseball stars as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine

BUSH, Joseph Talot * -  early 1800s. Location MO. Son of subject of story entitled "THE EMANCIPATION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON BUSH" about a mulatto who Indians treated like a blood brother. As an early American pioneer, he was highly successful and loaned money to the needy without their having to ask. He helped pave the way for others to follow into Washington, Idaho and Montana. as found in this old western magazine

BUSH, Leslie * - 1922 - New York Yankee. Member of a select American team which will be playing in Japan pictured in article BASEBALL STARS OFF FOR ORIENTS aboard ship as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

BUSH, R. J. (Proposed Russian American Telegraph Featured Story, America National Magazine)

BUSH, Reily Bailey * -  early 1800s. Location MO. Son of subject of story entitled "THE EMANCIPATION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON BUSH" about a mulatto who Indians treated like a blood brother. As an early American pioneer, he was highly successful and loaned money to the needy without their having to ask. He helped pave the way for others to follow into Washington, Idaho and Montana. as found in this old western magazine

BUSH, William Owen * -  early 1800s. Location MO. Eldest son of subject of story entitled "THE EMANCIPATION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON BUSH" about a mulatto who Indians treated like a blood brother. As an early American pioneer, he was highly successful and loaned money to the needy without their having to ask. He helped pave the way for others to follow into Washington, Idaho and Montana. as found in this old western magazine

BUSHELL, Anthony * - 1930 - Pictured In "JOURNEY'S END" scenes of the Tiffany-Gainsborough All-Sound Production of R. C. Sheriff's Famous War Play which will be released soon on Broadway as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

BUSHELL, Jr., David L,  1848 - 52. Location: IO, MO, MT, Dakota Territory. Story entitled "RUDOLPH KURZ" - THE WEST'S FORGOTTEN ARTIST by Wilfred T. Neil who writes that the author Rudolph Kurz was born in Switzerland and traveled to the United States to paint the west. His pictures lay unnoticed in a small museum in Bern until the late David L. Bushell, Jr., discovered them. Old, complete western magazine

BUSHMAN, Francis X - (Story of Tom Tyler - alias: of Vincent Markowski) - 1920 - 50's. Location: Hollywood, California. Named in story entitled "Cowboy Strongman - Tom Tyler" by Glen Shirley tells of the history and times of this versatile actor who appeared as Captain Marvel after serving as a member of the Royal National Mounted Police and Champion Weightlifter of the U. S. Navy whose life touched most of the Hollywood greats as found in this very rare western magazine.

BUSHMAN, Francis X.   - 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

BUSHMAIER, Jr., William A., Mrs. and Son * - (of Fayetteville, Arkansas) - 1928. Winner of First Prize Cash Award for picture entered in "MOTHERS AND CHILDREN: THE PRIZE PORTRAIT CONTEST in this Pictorial collage. 11 by 16. Mint.

BUSHNELL, David * - 1904 - History entitled EARLY AMORCLADS by Major C. Field of Glenmore, England with detailed text and pictures of the various type of armor used in the early days to protect ships as saved from this 101 year old American  magazine.

BUSHNELL, David  - Referred to as Submarine Designer in history of the first Civil War Submarine to sink a ship. Recently discovered and saved from a watery grave, this story of the Civil War Submarine Hunley  is entitled "The Sub That Wouldn't Come Up" by Lydel Sims containing fascinating accurate (and some inaccurate) information). Historical pictures and drawings.

BUSHNELL, William * (New York, New York) Inventor - Bushell's Improved Metal Drill patent 1851

BUSHWACKER BEND * - 1870 - 1880. Location: Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. Here is the story entitled THE BALLAD OF BUSHWHACKER BEND, by Raymond W. Thorp. Names and pictures some the great old ships of the past and includes history of river folks of the west as found in this rare western magazine. .

BUSNELL, Ensign - 1923 - Location: 213 Miles South of San Francisco, California. Ensign of the U. S. S. Woodbury, OOD named  in article entitled "Death of Destroyer Squadron II" by Ben T. Traywick who  writes that after the helmsman got the word,   the U. S. S. Delphy, experienced small sound like sand moving against the hull -- then a sharp grating of tortured metal  followed by chilling reverberating bumps which ended in a hard crash and ended as the worst tragedy of the U. S. Navy history as found in this seldom found western magazine.

BUSS. George of Cumberland, 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

BUSSE, Harry F. * Corporal (Waukesha, Washington WW 1 Honor Roll Killed in Action)

BUSSER, R. C.  - 1926 - Named in story entitled "IT'S ONLY ONE OF THOSE LITTLE THINGS THAT HAPPEN AT SEA" , the story of the 1926 rescue at sea of the British Freighter Antinoe by Captain George Fried -- a true saga of the heroism and gallantry of the U. S. Navy  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

BUSTAMANTE, Antonio Sanchez  *  - 1919 - Cuban  Delegate to Paris Peace Conference as published in old pictorial magazine.

BUSTER * - 1929 - Pictures Brownie, Jiggs ad Buster, dogs who play the leading role in Metro's Two-Reel animal picture, Hog Dogs as saved from this this old American Pictorial Magazine

BUSTER - 1880 1900. LOCATION MISSOURI - MONTANA . Named in the story entitled Powder - The Travails of Hard Luck Smith by Walt Coburn which relates the history of a couple of freight haulers in the Little Rockies as found in this old western magazine

BUSTER BROWN AND THE LADY BOUNTIFUL  * - (Sunday comic) mentioned in "Two Years on the Desert", by: K. E. Covington

BUSWELL, A. M., Professor * - 1929 - Pictured in photo entitled UTILIZING WASTE  with his assistant C. S. Boruff of the University of Illinois with experimental methane gas equipment as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

BUSWELL, Doctor A. M., * - 1931 - University of Illinois Scientist pictured and subject of article entitled "GAS FROM CORNSTALKS AND SEWAGE TO LIGHT CITIES" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

 

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