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DENT, Alan (ROSSETTI & HIS CIRCLE- PRE-RAPHAELITE TRAGEDY, Major News Magazine, Sept. 21, 1942)
DENTON, John carved headstone of Sarah Keyes mentioned in Across the Plains in the Donner Party (1846), by Virginia Reed Murphy
DENTON, Lon - 1860 - 90 - location GA, MT - Sawmill owner named in story entitled "SAGA OF MILL FLAT" by Maurice Kildare with photos courtesy of Zula White Garino. Story's subject is Joseph A. White and his family, neighbors and kin and the area known as Mill Flat where mining and lumber camps dotted the area as written up in this complete western magazine
DENTON, Mr. - 1890 - 1900 era. Location: NV. Named in story entitled "INVISIBLE DEATH AT DELEMAR" by Donald G. Lee who tells of the death of 600 young Mormons and thousands of unidentified Chinese, Greek and Italian immigrants who were victims of Silicosis and the area gained the dubious title of Widow Maker as reported in this old and complete western magazine.
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE RAILROAD- 1884 - Location: Colorado. Named in article entitled "THE WOODSTOCK DISASTER" by R. L. Lowe, story of a snow slide that wiped out the tunnel and 3 gague tracks of the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad as found in this rare complete western magazine.
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE WESTERN "CHILE" RAILROAD LINE * - 1890 era - The official name was the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad was affectionately called the "Chile Line" and is still remember as God's gift to the Sangre De Christo.. Here is it's history as found in this unusual and complete western magazine in mint condition.
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILROAD - 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
DENVER AND RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILROAD- 1880 era. Location: Rocky Mountains, Colorado. Named in "Bat Masterson's Railroad War". by Harry Chatfield. Seems Bat Masterson was in charge of some Santa Fe Railway gunmen opposite a like crew of the Denver and Rio Grand Western Railroad. The prize was the only pass through the Royal Gorge and the rich silver mines near Leadville. Seldom found and rarely read complete western magazine..
DENVER ARMORED POLICE CAR* - 1921 - Pictured in collage entitled HAPPENINGS OF IMPORTANCE SNAPPED BY THE CAMERA photographed in Denver, Colorado as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DENVER BREWING COMPANY'S OLYMPIC GARDENS - 1860 - 1920 era. Location: CO, KS, Named in story entitled "THE LIVE, LOVES, AND BATTLES OF MADAM MATTIE SILKS" by Louise Cheney who writes of Madam Mattie Silks in her occupation of choice but beneath the tough, dazzling opportunism of her job which was a necessary characteristic, there beat the normal heart of a woman as found in this old and complete western magazine
DENVER, COLORADO, (KING, Horse of the Denver Fire Department) * - 1927 - Picture entitled SOCIETY GIRLS ADOPTS FIRE HORSE when Miss Mildred Hastings saved the old horse and retired him to her ranch.
DENVER, COLORADO BASEBALL TEAM - 1880 - LOCATION: CA, HA, MO, NY. Named in great story entitled BALL ONE OF THE FRONTIER by Milt Riske of baseball in the early days as featured story in an old western magazine
DENVER DEPOT - 1919 era. LOCATION: CO, IL, PA, WY. Named in story entitled ROBIN HOOD OF THE RAILS - the life history of William L. "Bill" Carlisle - a daring train robber who was courteous to women, respectful of soldiers and who paid his debt to society and became a loved and respected citizen as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DENVER FERRYBOAT - 1860's Era. Site: Missouri. Named in story entitled JOHNNY FRY OF THE PONY EXPRESS by Nick Howes which is a remarkable chronicle of the history of the Pony Express detailing facts and experiences of the live of Johnny Fry and many of his fellow riders as found in this old and seldom found western magazine.
DENVER FIRE DEPARTMENT - 1860 - 1920 era. Location: CO, KS, Named in story entitled "THE LIVE, LOVES, AND BATTLES OF MADAM MATTIE SILKS" by Louise Cheney who writes of Madam Mattie Silks in her occupation of choice but beneath the tough, dazzling opportunism of her job which was a necessary characteristic, there beat the normal heart of a woman as found in this old and complete western magazine
DENVER GAMBLING KING - 1860 era - Location - Denver, Colorado - Mentioned in "Denver's Gambling King" by Olive Peabody. Edward Chase was king of Denver's gambling world for more than fifty years and the author here relates the facts and history of his life as published in this complete, rarely found, seldom read old western magazine.
DENVER HOTEL mentioned in "Denver and the Mountains of Gold" By: Barron Kemp
DENVER POST - 1919 era. LOCATION: CO, IL, PA, WY. Named in story entitled ROBIN HOOD OF THE RAILS - the life history of William L. "Bill" Carlisle - a daring train robber who was courteous to women, respectful of soldiers and who paid his debt to society and became a loved and respected citizen as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DENVER POST EMPIRE MAGAZINE - 1861 era - Location: WY. Named in story entitled WAS TOM HORN TWO MEN? by Dean Krakel who reports on one of the most argued about trials in frontier history as found in this old, complete western magazine.
DENVER POST TROPHY. * - 1900 - 1930 ERA - Western United States area. Newspaper named in story entitled Skirts, Powder Puffs and Rodeos, a history of the great pioneer rodeo woman of the United States Extremely rare and seldom found rodeo history as published in this western magazine
DENVER RAILWAY mentioned in "The Man Who Made the Salton Sea", by: Leo Rosenhouse
DENVER TERRITORIAL FAIR - 1875 - Colorado - Named in story of Martha Maxwell entitled "Lady Hunter on the Platte", first lady hunter of the pioneer west. This is her story as published in this rare and complete western magazine.
DENVER TOWN COMPANY mentioned in "Denver and the Mountains of Gold" By: Barron Kemp
DENVER, COLORADO - 1900 ERA. LOCATION: CO TX WY - Named in story entitled "A TEXAS PLOWBOY IN WYOMING" by D. H. Mitchell as told to Jerry S. Wilcock of his and a companion Leslie Mitchell experiences as Texas greenhorns on the western frontier as found in this old and complete western magazine.
Denver, Colorado, - 1875 era – Location: Dallas, Texas. Named in story entitled “Kitty Leroy, Queen of the Hoofers” by Wane Guard with illustrations by Wayne Gard. Now, I’ve lived in Dallas all my life but this story about Kitty LeRoy escaped me cause it recites the seamier side of Dallas where bar women walked on one side of the street while other ladies walked on the other carrying their noses held high as told in this rare, complete, seldom read western magazine.
DENVER, Frank (Warden), "Prison Break" by Harry H Morgan, history of jail break from the Nevada Prison in 1871 at Carson City as rarely found in this old Western magazine.
DENVER, General J. W. referred to in "Six-Guns and Printer's Ink" by Ed Repp. A history of early pioneer newspapers on the western frontier as saved from this old western magazine.
DENVER, James - 1870 Era - Commissioner of Indian Affairs named in historical biography entitled "T. Ross Browne and the Corruptible West. Story of Government sleuth who made a name for himself as strict auditor in the pioneer days of the Gold Rush.
DENVER, James William mentioned in "Denver and the Mountains of Gold" By: Barron Kemp
DENVER, SOUTH PARK AND PACIFIC RAILROAD- 1884 - Location: Colorado. Named in article entitled "THE WOODSTOCK DISASTER" by R. L. Lowe, story of a snow slide that wiped out the tunnel and 3 gague tracks of the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad as found in this rare complete western magazine.
DENVER, TEXAS .. - 1865-90 - Cherokee Strip, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. Named in rare autobiography entitled COWBOYS AND CATTLELAND, by H. H. Halsell, the story of life of the old Cherokee Strip Riders who galloped up and down the Cimarron Strip with Halsell in the years thru 1889 as published in this rarely found and seldom opened old, complete western magazine
DENYS, Miss Marguerite * - 1931 - Identified and pictured in article as owner entitled A PRIZE WINNER FROM FRANCE; FALCO: a Three year old Briard as headlined PRIZE WINNERS AT THE NATIIONAL DOG SHOW IN NEW YORK as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DEONZO, Don * - 1936 - listed as equilbrist king of slack wire in Seils-Sterling Circus Brochure and program listing all performers with index of the Seils-Sterling Circus who performed and starred in their production.
DEPARTMENT OF ARIZONA,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.
DEPARTMENT OF THE DAKOTAS - 1870 era - Location - Dakota Territory, MT. Named in history entitled "FT .LINCOLN'S PHANTOM FORGER" by Tom Bailey which the author claims that the Seventh Cavalry might have been saved had Custer heeded a forged order not to march to a rendezvous with death on the Little Big Horn as found in a very rare and complete western magazine.
DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR - 1872 era. Location: Western United States. Named in story entitled ORIGIN OF THE INDIAN POLICE by George E. Virgines relates the beginning and history of the law enforcement overseeing the Indian Reservations with great pictures of m
DEPARTMENT OF THE PLATTE * - 1880 Era - Area: Western United States - Named in BESEIGED BY THE UTES - THE MASSACRE OF 1879.".The story of one of the most tragic events on the western front as found in this old western magazine.
DEPARTMENT OF THE PLATTE - 1880 - 1900 - Site WESTERN STATES. Named in biography entitled THE FLOWER CHILD IN THE WEST where this gay actor lectured in fancy black velvet knee breeches and black silk hose to the rowdies of the western frontier as told in this western magazine
DEPARTMENT OF THE PLATTE* - Late 1800 era - Site: America, Ireland, England. Named in story entitled THE FIGHTING IRISHMAN by Donald N. Bentz, the true story of Captain Gerald "Jerry" Russell of the 3rd Cavalry, U. S. Army who was known for his unmercifully hard treatment of his soldiers but gained their respect by riding beside them so much so that they took the name of RUSSELL'S RAGGED ROGUES as related in this complete and hard to find western magazine.
DEPARTMENT OF WAR - 1872 era. Location: Western United States. Named in story entitled ORIGIN OF THE INDIAN POLICE by George E. Virgines relates the beginning and history of the law enforcement overseeing the Indian Reservations with great pictures. DEPEW, Chauncey (Featured Western Story - Annie Oakley - Little Miss Sure Shot w beautiful cover)
DEPEW, Chauncey M. Mentioned in Featured Article, "Jail-Breaking With Houdini, The Escape King." National American News Magazine. 1928 (rare)
DEPEW, Chauncey M., *- 1923 - New York delegate to the Republican National Convention pictured and named are Officers and Notable Figures of the Convention as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DEPEW, Senator of South Carolina mentioned in 1901 Era - "Opening of the Charleston Exposition of 1901". Write up of grandest celebration ever held in South. Description of buildings, courts, gardens, etc.
DEQUILLE, Dan (Wilbur Wright) - 1850 1918 era. Location: CT, NE, NV. Named in story entitled "A TIP OF THE HAT TO SAM DAVIS" by Celesta Lowe who writes that Sam Davis hob-nobbed with the greatest of the old west writers yet "Nevada Sam" as he was known is not a household name as are the others but they considered him a contemporary of theirs as published in the old, complete western magazine
DEQUILLE, Dan mentioned in "Waybills of the Virginia & Truckee RR."
DEQUILLE, Dan - 1860 era - Virginia City, Nevada. Named in story entitled THE TERRIBLE-TEMPERED WASHOE ZEPHYR - the most villainous and persecuting wind that ever blew and it did nobody good as written in this old, complete, different western magazine.
DER STAATSVERBAND, NEBRASKA * - 1916 - Delegates to the D. A. Staatsverband of Nebraska, Omaha. from German American magazine.
DERBA, Mimi * - 1921 - Mexican Singer playing at the Colon Theater, Mexico City pictured and featured in article entitled "Women Who in Spheres of Politics, Business and Fashion" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Page is 11 by 16 in mint condition.
DERBY RAM - 1913 - Song named in featured article entitled TO REPLACE RAG-TIME by a writer in the New York Evening Post about the Folk Song Society of England and singers of that era as saved from this American News Magazine.
DERBY, Lord * - 1923 - Pictorial photo and text of English Secretary of War in article entitled ENGLISH SECRETARY FOR WAR INSPECTS BRITISH ARMY ON RHINE at Cologne as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DERDEN, Jack (author), "Nineteen Months with the Comanches" by Jack Derden, the heroic account of Rachel Plummer who was kidnapped by the Comanches along with her better known children captives, Cynthia Ann Parker and John Parker. Circa 1836 as saved from a little known western magazine.
DeRESZKE, Jean * Actors & Actresses, (The Stage 1898, American Stage Magazine)
DERN , George H. * Secretary of War of United States pictured in collage of pictures of Celebration of Proclamation of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - 1935.
DERN, George H. * - 1934 -Secretary of War of United States pictured in Four Nation Celebration at old Fort Niagara.
DERN, Mrs. George H. * - 1934 - Wife of Secretary of War of United States featured in picture and text entitled "A Costume of the Days of Abraham Lincoln in the White House" as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine feature, "Footnotes On A Week's Headliners" by Omar Hite. Single page.
DEROSE, Anthony Lewis * - Painting in Illustrated history of the United States Marine Corps entitled "The Marine Corps Tradition" by Bruce Catton. Multi numbered pictures and engravings of events at Tripoli, Chapultepec, Civil War, Uniforms, Posters, etc. as published in this old American Hardback magazine
DERRICKSON, Paul * Lieutenant. Norfolk, Virginia - WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action
DERRS FAMILY - 1870 Era - DAKOTAS, TX, UT. Named in western story entitled "WAS IT ANN YOUNG'S YELLOW ROSE" by Georgia Earnest Kipple who tells the story of Jeremiah Chamberlin who claimed that he helped free the 19th wife of Brigham Young - Ann (whom he called his Mormon rose) as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DERRY, G. H. * - 1922 - Pictured representing Union College in articled entitled KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HISTORY COMMISSION first meeting in Washington, D. C. as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DERSHAM, Doctor Elmer, (University of Iowa) 1918 - Reported in Highly technical paper on study of X - Rays.
DERWENT, Elfrida * - 1936 - Pictured in movie review entitled "Kind Lady" as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
DESBOROUGH, Miss Joan * - 1924 - Pictured as contestant in changing bathing attire contest over four over as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DESCENDANT OF SUN GOD, YOSHIHITO *, Emperor of Japan. 1927. Pictorial article with text entitled "IMPRESSIVE RITES AS JAPAN'S LATE EMPEROR IS LAID TO REST" which was scheduled for appearance in an old American Pictorial Magazine of 1927 but for some reason went unpublished until later.
DESCH, Gus of Notre Dame* - 1921 - Pictured in a track collage entitled "GREATEST TRACK AND FIELD MEET EVER HELD IN AMERICA" with pictures of Medley, Sprints, Hurdles, Pole Vault and High Jump Winners as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DESCHANEL, Paul * - 1920 - ( of France) Pictured and written about as the former President of France who was compelled to resign because of health as published in the weekly featured PERSONALITIES PROMINENT IN RECENT NEWS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DESERET MORMON HOSPITAL - Member of Staff was Dr. Martha Hughes Cannon - 1897 - Suffragette Leader - Named in article entitled "Woman-Suffrage in the West" stating status of women's rights and leaders of their movement in the west as saved from an old American Western Magazine.
DESERET NEWS. - 1840 - 80 era. Location UT - Named in history entitled THE DESERET ALPHABET by Sam Weller and Ken Reid detailing and picturing the origin of the Mormon Alphabet along wit rare pictures of Mormon coins between the years of 1849 and 1860 as saved from this complete, old, rare western magazine.
DESERET PRIMERS- 1840 - 80 era. Location UT - Named in history entitled THE DESERET ALPHABET by Sam Weller and Ken Reid detailing and picturing the origin of the Mormon Alphabet along wit rare pictures of Mormon coins between the years of 1849 and 1860 as saved from this complete, old, rare western magazine.
DESERET SPRINGS - 1890 - 1900 era. Location: NV. Named in story entitled "INVISIBLE DEATH AT DELEMAR" by Donald G. Lee who tells of the death of 600 young Mormons and thousands of unidentified Chinese, Greek and Italian immigrants who were victims of Silicosis and the area gained the dubious title of Widow Maker as reported in this old and complete western magazine.
DESERT SANDS * - 1922 - Pictured are Virginia Hammond and Edmund Lowe playing in Desert Sands in page entitled Striking Scenes From Latest Theatrical Openings" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DESERTION RAPIDS - 1869 - Colorado River - Named in story entitled BRAVE CONQUERORS OF THE COLORADO, the story of Major John Wesley Powell and his crew who explored the Colorado River under excruciating conditions for three months traveling a thousand miles, mapping and facing danger after danger as found in this complete and rare western magazine
DESHA * - 1921 - Pictured is the Benda Mask Dance with Desha, Paul Oscard and Vera Meyers as published in article entitled "ACTRESS AND STRIKING SCENES IN CURRENT PLAYS" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DESHUTES RIVER * - early 1800’s. Location ID, MO, MT, WA. Site in 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
DESIO, ITALY PIUS XI BIRTHPLACE * - 1922 - Pictorial collage of important scenes entitled "CORONATION OF POPE PIUS XI"
DeSMET, Father . 1840 era. Site: Western Pioneer. Named in story entitled "ONE HUNDRED SEVENTY DAYS ON THE ROAD" by Marie Schlotfeldt of the journey of the Western Emigration Society and the dangers and privations the pioneers met on the trail as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DeSMET, Pierre, Father - 1860 - 76. Location DAKOTA TERRITORY, MT, WY. Named 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
DES MOINES HORSE SHOW OF 1901 - 1890 - 1940 era. Location: U.S. Named in story entitled " LUCILE MULHALL, FABULOUS COWGIRL " who writes of the life and times of The First American Cowgirl, Lucile Mulhall who has become a legend all over the world for her skill and rodeo ability as written in this old and complete western magazine.
DESMOND, Florence * - 1933 - Stars named and shown in Pictorial collage of THE MOVIE OF THE WEEK; "MR. SKITCH" include Will Rogers, Zasu Pitts, Wally Albright, Rochelle Hudson, Cleora Joan, Gloria Jean Robb, Harry Green and Florence Desmond. A Fox Picture.
DESMOND, Thomas W. * Lieutenant, (Randolph, Mass. – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
DESMOND, William * - (Story of Tom Tyler - alias:of Vincent Markowski) - 1920 - 50's. Location: Hollywood, California. Pictured and 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
DESMOND, William * - 1930 - 70 ERA - Location USA. Named in story entitled “Behind the Creation of the Lone Ranger Legend - Who Was That Masked Man?” by Sam Henderson, who describes and names those in the extensive research of creating the Lone Ranger, as published in this complete old western magazine.
DESOTO BEND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE - 1860 era. Location: IO, MO, MT, NE. Named in story entitled MISSOURI STEAMBOAT'S TREASURE who writes that rivers, like woman, change their minds about where they want to go are indifferent as to what they leave behind as published in his old and complete western magazine
DESPALLIER, Charles- 1835 - 36 era. Louisiana native named as one of the honored heroes of the Gonzales 32 who rode to try to rescue the Alamo as written in story entitled "TO THE RESCUE OF THE ALAMO - GONZALES 32 in this old and complete western magazine.
DESPERADO SPRINGS - 1880 - 90 era Location: Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Named in story entitled "THE GREAT TECUMSEH BANK ROBBERY" of a vicious killer, a shrewd sheriff and a band of cunning convicts who gambled for the highest stake of all as found in an extremely rare western magazine which is in excellent and complete condition.
DESSENS, Mildred * - 1929 - Featured and pictured in an article entitled A DESCENDANT OF THE ACADIANS with history of Evangeline and the surrounding area with information about the Evangeline-Longfellow National Memorial Association as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
DESTRUCTION OF POMEIR Fireworks Show mentioned in "John Brisben Walker, Dynamic Dreamer" By: Helen Seeley Phillips
DETRICH, A. M. * Corporal, (Chambersburg, Pennsylvania- WW 1 Honor Roll- Died of Wounds)
DETROIT *, Mayor. PINGREE, Hazen S. 1896 ("In The Public Eye" A Famous Reform Mayor)
DETROIT ARCTIC EXPEDITION LEADER, WILKINS, George, Captain - 1926 - Named as Commander of the Detroit Arctic Expedition 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
DETROIT 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
DETROIT FREE PRESS - Washington, D. C., REPORTING on representatives along with some of the other American Delegates to the Railway Congress in 1905. Article cites facts and figures of Railroad progress throughout the world as saved from this old American News Magazine
DETROIT NEWS NO. 1 AIRPLANE, * - 1927 - Plane of the Relief Expedition named in article entitled "A FLYING EXPLORER'S TWO-WEEKS AFOOT ON THE ARTIC ICE". The story of explorers being lost and their eventual rescue as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DETROIT OPERA HOUSE OF DETROIT, * - 1921 -Named in Movie Flyer entitled "SHUBERT VAUDEVILLE" $1 Dollar for Three Shows showing location of theaters as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DETROIT PRESSED STEEL COMPANY * - 1920 - DISTEEL WHEELS Ad of Detroit Pressed Steel Company entitled "Facts You Should Know About the Wheels of Your Motor Car" as saved from this old American News Magazine.
DETROIT TAP AND TOOL AD * 1945 AD. 8432 Butler Ave., Detroit.
DETROIT TIGER BASEBALL TEAM OWNER * - 1922 era - Pictorial collage entitled "Interesting Events That Are Claiming Public Attention" inc. this Cobb signing w Detroit as manager with Detroit Owner Navin.
DETROIT TIGER STAR HARRY HEILMAN, - 1926 - Named as Detroit Tiger baseball team in featured story entitled "ROGERS HORNSBY'S MOTTO: PICK OUT THE GOOD ONES".- winner of the National League Batting Championship as saved from this old American Newsweek magazine. Four pages
DETROIT TIGERS - 1925. Named in story entitled SPANKING BASEBALL'S BABY AND PETTING ITS PARAGON - the story found in the Sports and Athletics Section and saved from this old American News Magazine which relates the misadventures and fines of Babe Ruth and the exploits of Ty Cobb
DETROIT, TOLEDO and IRONTON RAILROAD - 1925 - Article about this railroad with map of route entitled "HOW HENRY FORD MAKES HIS RAILROAD PAY" - the story of the Detroit, Toledo and Irontown Railroad which was organized in 1905 and later through a merger with the Detroit and Lima Northern Railway and the Ohio Southern Railway became Henry Ford's little baby as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
DETROIT YACHT CLUB * - 1930 - nAMED in article entitled TALLY ONE FOR GAR AND MISS AMERICA X is the boat that struts her stuf in a practise run making over 125 miles per hour as saved from this old American News Magazine
DETWILER, George mentioned in "Silver Creek Reminiscences", by: Jean-Michael Moore
DEUTSCHLAND, The * - 1916 - German Submarine mentioned as one of the latest and most powerful Submarines; in article entitled "The Romantic Development of the Submarine" by T. W. Williams as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DEVANEY, Frank * Lieutenant, (Dell Rapids, South Dakota – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
DEVELY, Jack - 1900 - 1911. Location: AZ Territory, Mexico. Named in story entitled "FACE AT THE WINDOW" by Anna Payne as told to Tom Bailey who prints her story of the murder of her father and mother and the revenge she gained upon the murderer with the help of an unlikely ally, Pancho Villa as found in this 50 year old collectible western magazine in complete and mint condition.
DEVER, Dallas * - 1936 - listed with his monkey "Pat" and his riding dogs in Seils-Sterling Circus Brochure and program listing all performers with index of the Seils-Sterling Circus who performed and starred in their production.
DEVERE, Dixie Mentioned in "Some Very Early Bucking Horses Milt Knew" By: Milt Hinkle
DEVERELL, Cyril, Sir * General. "British Chief of Staff" Pictured. Short Bio.
DEVEROUX, Lieutenant. 1870 - 1900 - Rough Rider, (Troop K) 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.
DEVERS, Charles, Attorney General - 1900 era. Site; Nebraska, Cuba, United States. Named in story entitled IRON MAN LLEWELLYN - a remarkable history of one of the great pioneers of the west. Honored as a fighting man by Theodore Roosevelt and stalwart defender of the rights of all as found in this unusual western magazine.
DEVIL BOATS (Indian name for covered wagon) - 1830 ERA - LOCATION WASHINGTON, D. C., Dakota Territory, MO, WY. Named in story entitled "The Fatal Truth" by Glenn R. Vernam who writes of travels and experiences of Assininboine Indian Chief "Pigeon's Egg Head" or Wi-Ju-Jon who was caught up in U. S. Government spiel as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DEVIL'S DEN - 1830 Era - Historical true story entitled "The Lost Lassen Treasure" with facts of initial find of Gold made by Lassen and subsequent attempts to find the cache ad published in this old, complete and extremely rare western magazine of which few were printed
DEVIL'S ELBOW - Named in story entitled CATALINA - THE REAL FAR WEST - Well, you wouldn't expect to find a history of Catalina Island in this very unique, old and complete western magazine but the author claims that the western pioneers didn't stop at the Pacific Shores but went on to the Catalina Islands.
DEVIL'S ELBOW MINING CAMP - Early California history. Named in story entitled "HOW CALIFORNIA GOLD CAMPS WERE NAMED" by Ben T. Traywick who names many of the old gold camps throughout California claiming they read like signposts of the past as found in this old and complete western magazine
DEVIL'S GATE *, Nevada, "Comstock Country Land of Promises", historic article from old western magazine covering Virginia City, Sutro, Gold Hill and Silver City with lots of picture and map printed on slick enamel paper. Rarely found. Early pioneer days of late 1800's.
DEVIL'S GATE - 1850 era. Location CO. KA, MT, NE, WY. Named in story entitled “Homestead Stakes” by Grace Elsie Shippen who tells of story of western pioneers from England who settled in sod houses on the prairie and later moved to the Rockies and their life on the frontier as found in this old, complete western magazine.
DEVIL'S GATE - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.
DEVIL'S GULCH SALOON, ARIZONA * - 1924 - Pictured in burlesque "Where Men Are Men" in pictorial collage entitled "Musical Revue of the Best Sellers", presented by the Spence School Alumnae of New York as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DEVIL'S SINK HOLE cavern mentioned in "Bass Outlaw Was A Texas Riddle" article from old western magazine
DEVILLE, Ralph * - 1934 - Pictured as the creator of a new kind of pleasure tour which transformed the pleasure tour business as featured in weekly article entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this American Magazine.
DEVINE, Joe * - 1931 - Pictured entitled ADJUDGED THE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER OF 1930 IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE gving congratulations to Joe Cronin whom he discovered as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DEVINE *, Father 1936 era as described in an article about strange cults of America in an American Pictorial Magazine.
DEVINE, Miss Cathleen * - 1924 - Pictured as contestant in changing bathing attire contest over four over as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DEVINE, W. Inventor - Board Clamp (Special Notice to Investors, Scientific American, November 18, 1854)
DEVLIN, Arthur * - - 1921 - Featured and pictured in article entitled "OLD FAVORITES TO PLAY AT MATTY'S TESTIMONIAL" who is referred to as third baseman for Christy Mathewson.. Old time stars who participated in event are written about and pictured as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DEVLIN, Joseph, * - 1918 - Pictured and written about as a prominent Irish National leader in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing the situation in Ireland as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
DEVLIN, Joseph * - 1919 - Irish Nationalist Member of Parliament as pictured in an article entitled "Prominent Figures Claiming Public Attention" as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
DEVON COAST, ENGLAND * - 1928 - Pictorial collage entitled "SCENES OF BEAUTY IN THE WEST OF ENGLAND" including picture of Newquay, Warwick Castle, Beau Nash, Symond's Yat and the Coast of Devon: Torquay as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
DEVON - (Mate of Brig) - 1872 Era. Location: CT, MA, NY,. Story entitled "NEW LIGHT ON THE MARY CELESTE MYSTERY" as saved from an old American News Magazine which revisits the case and cause of this great mystery in the shipping industry when the brig was found abandoned.
DEVONIA STEAMSHIP - 1870 - 90 - Location CA, SAMOA, SCOTLAND. Named in story entitled " Robert Louis Stevenson in California " is told here by author Larry Cheek. Covers incidents of his life while in California with events simultaneous with his great writings of "Kidnapped", "Treasure Island", "The Wreckers" and "Silverado Squatters" as found in this complete and rare western magazine
DEVORE, Dorothy * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled "The Younger Set in Filmland", a group of young "regulars" who hold meetings to discuss their activities in various screen activities as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Size is 11 by 16 inches
DEVORE, Dorothy * - 1928. Actress stars in Education Comedies as saved from this old American Pictorial Collage entitled NOTES AND COMMENTS ON MOVIES AND TALKIES.
DEW DROP INN * - 1923 - Pictured is Mabel Withee, Star of "DEW DROP INN" featured in article entitled ACTRESSES OF STAGE AND SCREEN in a collage of pictures as saved from an old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches..
DEWAR, J. A. * - 1931 - Owner of Thoroughbred horse CAMERONIAN pictured in article entitled "THE WINNER OF THE BIG RACE AT EPSON DOWNS", owned by J A. Dewar which won the English Derby as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DEWAR, Kenneth * Captain, G. B., C. B. E, Participant, "The Jazz that Jarred the British Navy" 1928 . Story of Court Martial aboard H.M.S. Royal Oak.
DEWEY - 1920 - 30 era. Location: California. Named in story entitled "BRINGING FORTH THE MOUSE" by Richard Schickel which tells of the history of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse detailing individuals who help bring the little rodent to the screen as published in this old American hardback magazine.
DEWEY MINE - Mentioned in "Happy Days and Happy Men" By: Frank B. Bryant. Story of Leesburg Mining Company in 1910 as written up in old Western magazine.
DEWEY OKLAHOMA ROUNDUP - 1900 - 60 era. Location US. Named in " The Pale Horsed Ever Rider" by Milt Hinkle. Even wonder about how the old rodeo hands entered the pearly gates? Here, the author tells of stories of how some of them hit The End of the Trail as fund in this old western magazine
DEWEY, Admiral George * - 1917. Pictured and written about in article entitled "THE WHOLE NATIONAL WILL MOURN THE LOSS IF ITS MOST DISTINGUISHED NAVAL OFFICER" upon his death and funeral celebration as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DEWEY, N. M. - 1890 era - Author of "The Chile Line is Dead, the official name of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad was affectionately called the "Chile Line" and is still remember as God's gift to the Sangre De Christo.. Here is it's history as found in this unusual and complete western magazine in mint condition.
DEWEY, OKLAHOMA JULY 4TH ROUNDUP - 1890 - 1930 ERA Named in the Autobiography of Milt Hinkle entitled "Dodging A Necktie Party Was 90 % of the Fun" with pictures and names of stars of the Rodeo, Circus and Western performers he starred with as published in this rare magazine.
DEWEY, OKLAHOMA, (1900-40 era – Location: CO, KS, OK, PA, TN). Mentioned in “Tom Mix: Frontier Lawman,” by Sam Henderson, history of Mix’s early days as a soldier in the Boxer Rebellion, at 101 Ranch and Wild West Performer and a documentary of his experiences as a Frontier Lawman, as published in this complete old western magazine
DEWEY, OKLAHOMA - 1890 era. Named in true story entitled "Bartles Dug Deep for Black Gold" of Captain Jake Bartles of Bartlesville, Oklahoma who made success while others laughed at his efforts. He placed lights on the dusty streets of an Oklahoma town, strung wire on poles so people could "telephone", planted wheat where the chafe wasn't supposed to grow and then, struck Oil and made he and Oklahoma rich.
DEWEY, Thomas E. * - 1935 - Pictured and written about in weekly feature entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this old American National News magazine. this 33 year old New Yorker has taken up the task of conducting an investigation of vice and racketeering in the city. He graduated from Columbia Law School and became an assistant United States Attorney.
DEWEY, Thomas Edmund * - 1934. Pictured and written about in weekly article entitled THEY STAND OUR FROM THE CROWD as saved from this national American News magazine. He is the special prosecutor-investigator of the 100 million a year New York vice-amd-crime rackets. This lists his accomplishments to date and some of the thugs he convicted.
DEWING, Joe, Barge Captain - 1850 - 65. LOCATION: CA,MA. Named in story entitled "California's Floating Islands of Hell" with pictures of San Quentin Prison which took over the prisoners of the original hell-ships which were converted from whaling ships to land based prisons telling of methods of confinement and torture as found in this complete western magazine
DEWING, T. W., - 1923 - mentioned in article entitled "The New Freer Gallery As A Test of Taste" as published in old American News magazine.
DEWITT, Albert W. * Private, (Moore, Montana - WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action
DEWITT, Richard V., Agent (of 56 State Street, Albany, N.Y.) for NEWBURY'S BREECH LOADING GUN * - 1856 - Patent pictured is NEWBURY'S BREECH LOADING GUN with text explaining the composition and operation of the mechanism for this gun. Patent claims that the provision consist n providing this firearm with a peculiar breech-closing arrangements as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
DEWOLFE, S. J. Captain Mentioned in "Undersea Treasure" By: Anonymous
DEWSON, Mary W., Miss * - 1936 - Pictured with historical text as among the women conspicuous in the work of the Democratic National Convention as written in article entitled PERSONALITIES IN THE POLITICAL NEWS as a weekly feature of an American Pictorial magazine
DEXTER HISTORICAL SOCIETY - 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
DEXTER HORTON BANK, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON * - 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.
DEXTER LIVERY STABLE - 1800 era. Site: AZ, MO, TN, IRELAND. Named in this story entitled 'JOHNNY BEHAN OF TOMBSTONE" by Glenn G. Boyer who writes that Sheriff "Johnny" Tombstone was in constant conflict with Wyatt Earp and the resultant story as published in this old and complete western magazine
DEXTER, William C. * Private (New York – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
DEY, Frederick van Rennselaer * (alias Nick Carter - 1922 - Diamond Dick is Alive and Kicking. Major News Magazine, Feature Story
DE MARCHIENNE, Baron de Cartier * - 1921 - Named in this piece as PAOLA makes a sculpture of Cardinal Mercier of Belian being done for the Gould Memorial Library at New York University which will be unveiled by Baron de Carter de Marchienne, Ambassador to the U. S. as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DEY, Johnny mentioned in "The Mysterious Etta Place" article from old western magazine
DEYKARHANOVA, Mme. * - 1922 - Pictured as one of the leading singers in Balieff's Chauve-Souris Company at the 49th Ninth Street Theatre as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
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