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DMOWSKI, M., (Polish Delegate) * - League of Nations Draft Conference Participants - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR are those that formulated a rough draft of the proposed league as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
DOAK, Neith O.* Private (Rural Retreat, Virginia WW 1 Honor Roll Died of Wounds)
DOAN''S CROSSING - 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.
DOAN'S STORE CROSSING * - 1950 era. Red River business written about in story entitled "HOSSTAIL & DOBIE & GIPSON" by Wayne F. Hyde of a day spent with Fred Gipson, J. Frank Dobie, Wayne Hyde, Bob Batchelder and Joe Small remembering fondly their days in the old west as saved in this complete western magazine.
DOAN'S STORE CROSSING * - 1880 era. Location, Ft. Worth, Texas. Named in story as Waggoner's Secretary entitled RANCHERO GRANDE by William CX Hancock and Wylie W. Bennett, Sr. Covers the history of this Ft. Worth Horseman who was responsible for the founding of Texas Thoroughbred Racing. He and his brother set about to develop the greatest ranch in the west only to be foiled by a detested ocean of oil as published in this seldom found western magazine.
DOAN, C. F. - 1900 era - . Named in Colonel Jack Potter's "CATTLE TRAILS OF THE OLD WEST" with picture and maps naming pioneer experiences of the most famous and even the little known cattle trails of Texas, Kansas, Colorado. Complete description of trails while relating stories of origins, hands, drivers, drovers as published in this complete and seldom found western magazine.
DOANE, Hugh R. * Captain, (Detroit, Michigan - WW 1Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
DOANE, WILLIAM G., Lieutenant Colonel * - U. S. Army - 1921- Training Camp Commandant shown in Pictorial collage entitled "CITIZEN'S MILITARY CAMP IN FULL SWING AT PLATTSBURG, NEW YORK" w officer's and men photos indexed as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DOBBIE, William G. S. (Old Dob Dob) Governor Lt. General (Sir), (1942 BRITISH IN MALTA WORLD WAR II HISTORY, News Magazine, Oct. 26, 1942)
DOBBINS, Dorothy, Miss * - 1924 - Newark, New Jersey native pictured as the winner of the Palm Beach Yacht Club in the sailboar race as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DOBBS, David H. * Private (Mathiston, Miss. -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
DOBBS, Doctor Harold Willis * - 1933 - (Princeton University) Pictured receiving the Degree of Laws at 232nd Commencement at Yale as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
DOBBS, Jesse, Written up in, "Cullen Baker-First of the Gunfighters", By: Carl W. Breihan - - a daring outlaw of the Old West in the era 1870's.
DOBIE J. Frank author - 1870 era - Location - Arizona.. Story of Freighter and Lieutenant Yuma's partner named in "Yuma's Gold". A story of untouched treasures of gold once found in the Arivaipa Hills and remains there today as told by author J. Frank Dobie in this rare and seldom found western magazine.
DOBIE, Frank - Historian and Horseman mentioned in - the fabulous Quarter Horse story of Steel Dust in story entitled The True Account of Texas' Most Celebrated Stallion as found in rare western magazine.
DOBIE, Frank Mentioned in "Those Damn Texas Longhorns" by Art Fee. Western magazine.
DOBIE, Gil (Cornell Coach) - mentioned in 1925 Review of Eastern College Football Stars.
DOBIE, J. Frank (author) His book "The Longhorns" referred to in "Long Ropes and Running Irons", by: Helena Huntington Smith
DOBIE, J. Frank - Named in story entitled THE KING AND I HAVE THE BOWIE KNIFE by Raymond W. Thorp of the making of the real Bowie Knife in an obscure little blacksmith shop in Arkansas owned by James Black with pictures of weapon owned by Thorp and King Faisal II of Iraq and the history of the two men and their love for the Bowie knife as found in this old, complete western magazine
DOBIE, J. Frank * - 1950 era. Pictured and written about in story entitled "HOSSTAIL & DOBIE & GIPSON" by Wayne F. Hyde of a day spent with Fred Gipson, J. Frank Dobie, Wayne Hyde, Bob Batchelder and Joe Small remembering fondly their days in the old west as saved in this complete western magazine.
DOBIE, J. Frank - 1880 ERA. LOCATION: MO, TX. Named in story entitled: "Brush Country Doctor" by Oran Warder Nolen who tells tales of an old Texas Doctor J. W. Hargus and of his practice on the Texas Frontier as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DOBIE, J. Frank, author - 1928 era - Kansas to Texas location. Rare short story entitled Tom Gilroy's Fiddler about friend of Dobie's whom he chose to write of his experiences as found in this rare, complete western magazine.
DOBIE, J. Frank, author * - 1866 era, Site: Western Trail Drive. Author of 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.
DOBIE, J. Frank - writer - 1971 - Austin, Texas. Named in publication entitled GOODBYE FRED of graveside tribute by Frank Wardlaw, Director of the University of Texas Press upon the death of legendary western author, - as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DOBIE, J. Frank, Writer. - 1714 - 1900 era. Location: TEXAS. Named in story entitled THE LOST BOWIE MINE (Bowie y su Tropa - 1829) by Dick Chick which tells of the finding, exploration, errant past and elusive present as told from the sightings of Rezin Bowie, brother of the famous James Bowie as found in this old and complete western magazine
DOBIE, Jim, (Uncle of author) - 1928 era - Kansas to Texas location. Rare short story entitled Tom Gilroy's Fiddler about friend of Dobie's whom he chose to write of his experiences as found in this rare, complete western magazine
DOBROVNIK, F. J. * Private, (Milwaukee, Wisconsin WW 1 Honor Roll Killed in Action Enlisted as SCHMIDT.
DOBRZANKA, Mary, Mme. - 1933 - Featured is thte President of Poland Ignace Moscicki in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined A PRESIDENTIAL BRIDEGROOM who has married Mme. Mary Dobrzanka as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
DOBSON, Frank M., Camp Jackson, Physical Director, U. S. Army - 1918 - Story entitled "Making Soldiers in Dixie" -- report of training soldiers for WWI
DOBSON, William.. - 1895 era - Sheepherder and witness named in historical murder story entitled "Murderess", the true story of the life and trial of Nellie C. Bailey who was tried for the murder of her wealthy English husband, Clement Bothamley. Trial was held at the Opera House in Wichita, Kansas.
DOBYNE, Robert * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled "Speed Demons of Palm Beach" with daughter of Mrs. George of Beverly Farms, Mass. , Miss Dorothy Koehler as saved from old American Pictorial Magazine. Page size 11 by 16 inches..
DOCK, Francis Joseph * Corporal (South Boston, Mass., -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
DOC LEWIS' PIKES PEAKS HOAX * - 1890 era. CO, TX, Story entitled DOC LEWIS' PIKES PEAK HOAX. No one can be sure but Doctor Albert G. Lewis plan to establish the highest ranch in the country was not for a new homestead but something else as written up in this old, complete and rare western magazine.
DOCKWEILER, Isidore B... * - 1924 - National Committeeman from California to National Democratic Convention 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
DOCTOR JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE - 1870 - 90 - Location CA, SAMOA, SCOTLAND. Novel 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
DOCTOR SEUSS * - Original Cartoon Page. Old American magazine. Very Rare. 1932
DODD, Arthur * Private (Crossville, Alabama WW 1 Honor Roll Killed in Action)
DODD, George A., Colonel, 7th Cavalry, U. S. Army - 1916 era - United States-Mexico Border. Named in story entitled "FLUTTERING AFTER VILLA" by K. C. Tessendorf which tells of the heroics, misadventures, and an occasional touch of the near ridiculous which marked the 1916 Punitive Expedition to Mexico chasing Pancho Villa by air as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DODD, James (American Fur Trader, Major Story Proposed Russian American Telegraph Line, American Hard Cover Magazine)
DODD, Jimmie - (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
DODD, Kent C. * Private (Fincastle, Virginia WW 1 Honor Roll Died of Wounds)
DODD, T. F., Captain, U. S. Army, lst Aero Squadron - 1916 era - United States-Mexico Border. Named in story entitled "FLUTTERING AFTER VILLA" by K. C. Tessendorf which tells of the heroics, misadventures, and an occasional touch of the near ridiculous which marked the 1916 Punitive Expedition to Mexico chasing Pancho Villa by air as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DODD Colonel - 1900 circa - Site: Idaho and Hollywood. Named in "Idaho Ellison-Where The Action Is!" by Ben T. Traywick. Story of Western hero who spent eight years of his life with an Indian tribe and later became a famous cowboy, killed an outlaw at 16, fought Pancho Villa, arrested as a stage coach robber, injured in WWI and later a successful movie star as published in this rare and seldom found complete old western magazine.
DODGE CITY - Named in a Frontier times Scrapbook Collage of Early American Pioneer Paintings and photographs as pictured and identified in index in old and complete western magazine.
DODGE CITY GUNFIGHTERS * - (W. H. Harris, Luke Short, Bat Masterson, Charles E. Bassett, Wyatt Earp, McNeal and Neil Brown) - 1888 era. Site: NM. Named in story entitled "WRETCHED WEB" by Joseph W. Snell who writes of the life and times of John J. Webb, an officer of the law and then a victim of a questionable shooting where a Judge and Jury determined him guilty of murder. Fascinating true story as found in this old, complete western magazine
DODGE CITY PEACE COMMISSIONERS * Pictured in "Way-Laying The Iron Horse" by Lee Ryland. Story of Golden Spike Centennial Celebration. Union Pacific Railroad.
DODGE, Captain - 1880 Era - Area: Western United States - 9th Cavalry named in " BESIEGED BY THE UTES - THE MASSACRE OF 1879." w Frederick Remington engravings. The story of one of the most tragic events on the western front as found in this old western magazine.
DODGE, D.C. - 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..
DODGE, F. S., Captain, Written up in, "Cullen Baker-First of the Gunfighters", By: Carl W. Breihan - - a daring outlaw of the Old West in the era 1870's.
DODGE, Francis. F., 1879 era -(Black Americana Memorabilia) Captain, Troop D, 9th U. S. Cavalry named in historical story entitled "The BLACK PRIVATE WHOSE BATTLE PLAN SMASHED THE UTES" and in doing so, Pvt. Henry Jackson won the Congressional Medal of Honor as found in the rare, old, complete magazine
DODGE, Fred - 1882 era - Site - Tombstone, Arizona - Named in "Gomorrah On Goose Flats", the real story of the wild days of Tombstone, Arizona, a town bloodier than Dodge City, richer than Virginia City and Leadville, where men too violent to call home stayed as published in this very rare and old and complete Western magazine.
DODGE, Fred J. UNDERCOVER AGENT FOR WELLS FARGO * - 1880 era Location AZ, NM, TX Subject of story entitled Undercover Agent for Wells Fargo by Fred Dodge, edited by Carolyn Lake of the life and times of Special Undercover Agent Fred J. Dodge who helped push the bad men out of the Southwest and establish law and order on the western frontier as found in the rare western magazine.
DODGE, Fred J., * 1870 - 1900 - Wells Fargo Agent pictured and 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.
DODGE, Grenville M. * - 1860 era. Location: CA, NV, UT. Named in story entitled "TUNNELING THE SIERRA WITH NITROGLYCERINE" by Lawrence Doorley who writes of the real heroes of the Central Pacific Railroad and their conquests while building the railroad line between Sacramento, CA and the Nevada line as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DODGE, Grenville., General - 1870"s era. Location: CA, UT. - Named in story entitled "THE GREAT DIAMOND HOAX" by Russell Quinn with illustrations by B. J. McCausey which tells of Philip Arnold and John Slack, a couple of weather-beaten prospectors who wandered into the Bank of California acting like wonder-struck simpletons to deposit a buckskin sack of diamonds and the furor created as published in this complete and old western magazine.
DODGE, Grenville * General, (President, Society of the Army of the Tennessee. 1896 Featured Article, Major National Magazine, Patriotic Society of the Civil War);
DODGE, Grenville M. * General pictured in 1865 era - Story entitled "When Colonel Moonlight's Cavalry Walked Back " by Buddington Swanson as published in old Western Magazine. Rare history of massive defeat of U. S. Cavalry Soldiers on the Fort Laramie frontier and, because of massive mistake by Colonel Moonlight, lost all their horses and had to walk back.
DODGE, Harrison H. * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an old American News Magazine. He has been the superintendent and custodian of Mt. Vernon and is said to be the greatest living authority on that historic estate.
DODGE, Hartley, Mrs. * - (of Geralda Farms Kennel, Madison, N. J. Pictured is victorious pointer named Nancolleth Marquis who was declared Champion and first among the gun dog class in article entitled "Champions" at the Westminster Kennel Club Show in New York.
DODGE, Henry Colonel mentioned in "Gibson - Mother Fort of the Southwest", by: Leola Lehman
DODGE, Marion * - 1928 - Pictured as the one of the stars of THE THREE MUSKETEERS playing at the Lyric Theatre in pictorial collage entitled FAVORITE PLAYERS ON BROADWAY'S SUMMER STAGE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
DODGE, Richard Colonel, - 1870-80 -- Site: Western United States. Author of "Indian Men Made Fashion News". by Colonel Richard Dodge who witnessed and wrote of Indians whom he met over 125 years ago as found in this rare, old, complete and seldom read western magazine.
DODGE, Richard I., Lt. Colonel, 23rd Infantry - 1876 - Site: WY. Named in story entitled "BATTLE OF THE MIGHTY THREE" by Bill Judge who writes of The Powder River Expedition of the U. S. Army led by Major General George Crook and Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie and details of the battle as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DODGE, Richard I. * Lieutenant Colonel pictured in "Reporting A Gold Rush", by: Oliver Knight
DODGE, Richard I. Colonel mentioned in "Indian Warriors" article from old western magazine
DODGE, Richard Irving, Col.,* - 1820 -1880 era. Location - Western United States - Mentioned in "The Great Captain Black Beaver" by Wayne T. Walker. "On the 8th day of May, Black Beaver, a Delaware, and the most prominent of all the Indians belonging to the old Wichita Agency, Died..."
DODGE, Richard Irving, Colonel * - 1820 - 1880 era. Location -Western United States. Named in THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF THE CHISHOLM TRAIL by Sam Henderson. Extremely rare Western Magazine relates history of Indian pioneer and scout, Captain Black Beaver while serving Jesse Chisholm. RECOMMENDED.
DODGE, Richard Irving, Colonel - 1874 - Location: Monument Station, Kansas. Colonel named in story entitled A PRISONER OF THE CHEYENNE, tale of the John German family who were struck by a Cheyenne War Party and five were slaughtered and four of their girls were taken prisoners. Story relates their fate and the action of the 19th U. S. Army Infantry as published in this complete western magazine.
DODGE, Richard L., Colonel * - 1820 - 1890 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.
DODGE, S. C. partner of Ben Ash mentioned in "Ben Ash Dakota Trail Blazer", by Joe Koller
DODGE, W. L. - 1850 - 80's. Location: MO Artist who drew illustration "The Faro Players" for story entitled GAMBLING KINGS by Raymond W. Thorp which pictures and names the old Faro players who flew high for awhile but in the end Lady Luck turned her back and Fate rolled snake-eyes for the lot of them naming some of the greats of the their time as found in this old and complete western magazine
DODGE-JENNY EXPEDITION.. - 1860 era - Named in historical story entitled " Fort Laramie" , a Federal Army Outpost in Wyoming and the events that took place here and changed the outcome of the pioneer west as published in this rare of western magazine
DODGION, Guy - 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
DODSON, Christopher - 1820 -61 era, Site: MA, KY, NM. Named in story entitled "LONE STAND OF BILLY RHODES" who writes of a hair-raising tale of the subject dodging Cochise and a band of Apaches who were looking for his scalp as found in this old, complete western magazine.
DOE, E. G. (The 1899 Andelana Maritime Disaster, Featured Story, Old Western Magazine)
DOEFER, F. B. * Private, (Goodland, Kansas WW 1 Honor Roll Killed in Action)
DOG - BURIED WITH HIS HORSE AND DOG - 1818 - 89 era. Location: Castroville, Medina County, Texas. Named in unusual story is L. L. White entitled "BURIED WITH HIS HORSE" by Aline Rothe who tells of this "free thinker" who was pro-union pioneer who established a colony for former slaves giving each a 20 acre track of land and a lot for a house as published in this old and complete western magazine
DOG RUNNING BACK - Blood Indian Warrior - 1870 -90 - Location: MT, Canada. Named in story entitled THE LAST WAR PARTY by Hugh A. Dempsey of the Blood Indians last raid against the Crows as found in this complete and rare western magazine that is 50 years old.
DOG SHOW CHAMPIONS of 1935 * - Pictured entitled "Champions" listing the best in class at the Westminster Kennel Club Show in New York.
DOG SHOW INSIGNIA * - Era 1874 - Area: Kansas. Pictured in true story entitled Charge of the Wagon Train, which tells of the winning of a Congressional Medal of Honor by Captain Frank D. Baldwin, 5th United States Infantry in the rescue of two white girl captives and the defeat of 450 warriors of Chief Gray Beard in which our Army troops were outnumbered 9 to 1 but Baldwin devised a plan to attack them with wagon trains and it worked as found in this very rare and complete western American magazine.
DOG SLED CHAMPION OF AMERICA * - 1924 - Pictured as the American Dog Sled Champion Smokey Gaston who will defend his title in the American Dog Derby at Ashton, Idaho as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition 11 by 16 inches.
DOG SOLDIERS * 1870 era - Indian War Chief, Chief of Dog Soldiers and Guardian of Secret Medicine Arrows named and pictured in "Little Wolf's Dog Soldiers". by Carl Breihan. General Miles was so impressed with the Cheyenne War Soldiers, he asked them join the U. S. Army. Great stories and pictures relating the truth and realities of the Indian Wars on the western pioneer front as published in this rare magazine.
DOG SOLDIERS .- 1870 era, Location: OK, TX. Named in story entitled DEATH ON THE SAND HILLS as author writes the story of Calf Woman, who was a Cheyenne warrior who killed the whites as a male Indian would to carry on her grandfather's tradition as found in this very rare, old, complete western magazine
DOG SLED TEAM DERBY. * - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled "THE THREE VICTORS" THE DOG TEAM DERBY as pictured at the Poland Springs Maine Trophy Award Presentation as saved old American Pictorial magazine
DOG SLED VICTORS 1909 NOME to VALDEZ RACE * - 1890's. Location: AL, NY, WA. Story entitled "THE DISASTROUS DIETZ EXPEDITION" by William J. Betts who writes of the Alaska Gold Fever that captivated Authur A. Dietz of New York and a bunch of green volunteers who dared to tackle the Alaska artic searching for gold with terrible results as told in this old, complete, western magazine.
DOG'S HEAD * - Location: Vallecito, Calaveras County, California - One of many fantaforms shown and named in article entitled MOANING CAVE OF LOST SOULS by Ben Traywick. A cave discovered in 1863 by a group of Frenchmen who found more than 300 petrified skeletons of prehistoric man in this cave and written about in this article found in this complete and rare western magazine.
DOG-EATING CEREMONY, 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.
DOGE, R. (Doctor at Carnegie Nutrition Laboratory, Boston) - 1916 - Study of Nature of Alcohol as featured in this National News Mag.
DOGTOWN, TEXAS - 1880 ERA. LOCATION: MO, TX. Named in story entitled: "Brush Country Doctor" by Oran Warder Nolen who tells tales of an old Texas Doctor J. W. Hargus and of his practice on the Texas Frontier as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DOGWOOD FESTIVAL QUEEN AND COURT * - 1936 - Pictured and named is June Spalding as Princess of the Dogwood FESTIVAL OF THE SPRING, The annual rite held in Atlanta and covers the American practice of naming the most beautiful ladies as Queen of Festivals throughout the colleges and land. Here are those pictured and named in 1936 as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DOHERTY, A. S. - 1850 - 70 Circa. Site: CA, MI, NJ, OR, T. Named in story entitled "AN INCREDIBLE JOURNEY TO SAVE A FRIEND" 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.
DOHERTY, Henry L. * - 1932 - Pictured in celebration of his 62nd birthday as saved from an old American Pictorial magazine.
DOHERTY, James J., - 1926 - Named as killed in story of State Attorney General William H. McSwiggin who is the subject of story entitled MACHINE GUNS NOW -- WHAT NEXT as he was gunned down following the conviction he obtained of two Chicago gangsters as saved from this old American News Magazine.2 pages
DOHERTY, Mary Laurine Owens - 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
DOHERTY, R. E., Doctor. * - 1936 -President of Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, pictured in article entitled "CARNEGIE TECH PRESIDENT", who was an assistant to Dr. Carl P. Steinmetz as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DOHERTY, Sam - 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
DOIN' THE GOLDFISH * - 1935 - M.I.T. sophomore Jay Jerome dancing "Doin' the Goldfish" with Ruth Allen, its creator as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DOITHARA, General Kenji * - 1936 Pictured and written as Japanese General in article entitled " Lawrence of Mandhuria" in "Footnotes On A Week's Headliners" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Single page is 11 by 14 in excellent condition.
DOLAN, J.J. mentioned in "The Coyote Badman"
DOLAN, James J. - 1870 - 80 era. Location: New Mexico. Named in story by Philip J. Rasch who writes claiming his story gives an impartial and more accurate account of this historic New Mexico Gunfight which included BILLY THE KID as found in this old, complete western magazine.
DOLAN, James J. * pictured and named in "The Horrell War", (1877 - 1881) a story of the five Horrell brothers who brought strife, discord and murder with them when the came to Lincoln County and the strife continued for many years as published in this complete western magazine.
DOLAN, Noris * - 1935 - Pictured in Stage Review entitled "NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH" presented at the Ambassador Theatre with picture and scenes of cast members, as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DOLAN, Pat * (1932 STARLETS OF NEW YORK THEATRE- , National Weekly Pictorial, October 8, 1932)
DOLAN, Pat Lieutenant - mentioned in "The Nine Lives of Captain Frank Jones" by Tom Bailey and Ralph J. Weaver. The story of lawman and Texas Ranger Frank Jones on the western frontier in the 1870 era.
DOLAN, Pat First Lt., (Gallant Texas Ranger, True Western Story as published in rare, seldom found western mgazine.
DOLE, Malcom, Doctor * - 1936 - Northwestern University Professor pictured and named in article entitled "TAPS STRATOSPHERE FOR HEAVY OXYGEN" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
DOLEMAN, Peter. * - 1924 - Washington, D. C.. He is the son of Germany's leading horse trainer who has been farmed out to American Horseman Tommy Murphy. Pictured with trotter Clyde The Great.. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
DOLEZAL, Franciszek * - 1936 - Pictured as the Polish Under Secretary of Commerce and Industry observing arrival in New York, the motor ship Batory put into transatlantic service by Poland. She is pictured here with her Captain - Eustazy Borkowski with Bishop Karol Niemira performing ceremonies ss saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DOLGOROUKOFF, Count * - 1905 - Delegate to "The Zemstvo Congress and the Russian Police" describing a confrontation with the Czar wherein delegates declared that "revolution was inevitable" in Russia. Delegates indexed and pictured in old American News Magazine.
DOLIN, James O. * Private, (Foster, West Virginia WW 1 Honor Roll Died of Wounds)
DOLIVO-DOBROWOLSKY *, - 1917 - BREST-LITOVSK ARMISTICE SIGNING * - 1917 - Large panorama picturing and naming Russian Delegates and those of the Central Powers to the signing of the Armistice, Dec. 16, 1917.
DOLLFUSS, Englebert, Doctor * - 1933 - Pictured in article entitled "THE WORLD TALKS IT OVER: ECONOMIC PARLEY SCENES as featured and saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
DOLLFUSS, Englebert, Doctor * - 1934 - Pictured and featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined TINY RULER OF A TINY STATE as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
DOLLY (Yellow Horse) - 1848 - SANTA FE TRAIL - Heroic horse named in story entitled FABULOUS RIDE OF LITTLE AUBRY" by L. C. Auer which tells of the first record breaking horse ride over the Santa Fe Trail by Francois Xavier Aubry, a pint sized Frenchman whose record has never been equaled as printed and published in this old and complete western magazine. The ride is to be commemorated this summer
DOLLY JORDAN * - 1922 - Actress Josephine Victor is pictured who stars in "DOLLY JORDAN" as saved from an old American Pictorial Collage entitled Actresses and Scenes in Current Productions.
DOLOMITE *, ALABAMA 1922 - Pictorial Record Entitled "Havoc Wrought by Fire, Tornado and Mine Explosion" at the Woodward Iron Company.
DOLOMITE MINE NO. 3 * - DOLOMITE *, ALABAMA 1922 - Pictorial Record Entitled "Havoc Wrought by Fire, Tornado and Mine Explosion" at the Woodward Iron Company
DOLOOSE, Chief of the Coos Indian Tribe - 1850 - 70 Circa. Site: CA, MI, NJ, OR, T. Named in story entitled "AN INCREDIBLE JOURNEY TO SAVE A FRIEND" 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.
DOMENICI * - 1928 - Player of the CENTRAL FALLS, RHODE ISLAND AMERICAN LEGION JUNIOR BASEBALL TEAM Pictured in article entitled BEFORE THE GAME: CAPTAINS OF RIVAL TEAMS PICTURED as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
DOMINGUES, Pablo, - (Guard of Prison) - 1888 era. Site: NM. Named in story entitled "WRETCHED WEB" by Joseph W. Snell who writes of the life and times of John J. Webb, an officer of the law and then a victim of a questionable shooting where a Judge and Jury determined him guilty of murder. Fascinating true story as found in this old, complete western magazine
DOMINGUEZ, Estevan - 1850 -1900 era - LOCATION NM. Named in historical story entitled THE SHERIFFS OF SAN MIGUEL by Milton W. Callon who writes that for almost fifty years one family ran Las Vegas, New Mexico and passed the torch from brother to brother, father to son and they became one of the most powerful dynasties on the western frontier as found in this complete western magazine.
DOMINGUEZ, Gil - 1900 - 1950's - Location - TX, MX. Author of story entitled "Reluctant Revolutionary" by Gil Dominguez who writes of this mechanic Ernest Vidales who Pancho Villa captured and was made to work robbing trains as written in this very seldom found western magazine.
DOMINIAUE HILLS - 1542 - 1929 era - Location Los Angeles, California. Named in history of Los Angeles entitled The Frontier of Diablos by Norman Winski who writes that a budding Lost Angeles was by no means a City of Angels - rather - if was full of thieves but because of the integrity of the founders, it became a thriving city as told in this hard to find western magazine
DOMINION - 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.
DOMINO - Movie horse shown in " The Big Country" 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.
DOMINQUEZ , - 1869 - Spanish Missionary Priest named in this story entitled CONQUEROR OF THE COLORADO by John E. Bellin who claims that John Wesley Powell, the 2nd director of the U. S. Geological Survey did the impossible overcoming hardships few men ever faced and leaving an imprint of the land, filling in the blank space on the map of the Colorado River as found in this very rare western magazine.
DOMMINEY, J. V., Lieutenant. * - 1922 - Pictured as the pistol and revolver instructor at Governors Island, New York in article entitled BANK CLERK TAUGHT DEFENSE TACTICS: in a collage of photos as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DOMSKI, M. - - 1920 - Polish delegate written about in Pictorial collage with text entitled POLAND WITH FIGURES AND DEVELOPMENTS OF THE STRUGGLE with vitriolic Trotsky drawing incorporated in poster entitled Genius of Terror as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DON ANTONIO * - 1542 - 1929 era - Location Los Angeles, California. Named as first grantee of Rancho San Antonio in history of Los Angeles entitled The Frontier of Diablos by Norman Winski who writes that a budding Lost Angeles was by no means a City of Angels - rather - if was full of thieves but because of the integrity of the founders, it became a thriving city as told in this hard to find western magazine.
DON GUILLERMO * (William B. "Billy" Rhodes") - 1820 -61 era, Site: MA, KY, NM. Named in story entitled "LONE STAND OF BILLY RHODES" who writes of a hair-raising tale of the subject dodging Cochise and a band of Apaches who were looking for his scalp as found in this old, complete western magazine.
DON JAMIE ("Jim Bowie" - 1835 - 36 era. Named as one of the honored heroes 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.
DON JULIAN (WORKMAN, William "Bill") * - 1830 - 70's. Location: NM, CA. Story entitled "LIFE AND DEATH OF A PIONEER" by Joe Kennelley of William "Bill" (Don Julian) Workman - a western pioneer who obtained a land grant for 48,000 acres, becoming one of the most prosperous and influential ranchers until his empire collapsed under the strain of California's financial catrosphe in 1875 as found in this old, complete western magazine.
DON OF GANADO * - 1848 -1900 era, Site: AZ, CO, NM, UT. Subject of story entitled "DON OF GANADO" by Agnes M. Pharo who writes sympathetically about Don Juan Lorenzo Hubbell, (i.e. Naakai Saani), a Navajo trader who gained the respect of his Indian customers as found in this old, complete western magazine.
DON PABLO MONTOYA GRANT, NEW MEXICO - 1880 era. Location, Ft. Worth, Texas. Named in story as Waggoner's Secretary entitled RANCHERO GRANDE by William CX Hancock and Wylie W. Bennett, Sr. Covers the history of this Ft. Worth Horseman who was responsible for the founding of Texas Thoroughbred Racing. He and his brother set about to develop the greatest ranch in the west only to be foiled by a detested ocean of oil as published in this seldom found western magazine.
Don Santiago QUERQUE * (THE WEST FORGOTTEN HERO - JAMES KIRKER, Old Western Magazine - Featured Story)
Don Santiago QUERQUE * - 1800 - 1850. Location - Ireland, Mexico, United States. Author Don Martin has put together a riveting, voluminous, story of the life and times of Captain Jim Kirker, a man who played both sides of the western frontier. For awhile, he sought Indians scalps for Mexico under a bounty of $50 apiece. Trouble was, he was so good that even his friends were fearful of their hair and they were right cause after a scalp was taken who knows from whom it came. Kirker joined several American Expeditions, fur companies and ultimately the forces of Colonel A. W. Doniphan and his Missouri Volunteers and their experiences fighting the Mexicans among the Texas Mexico border as found in this rare western magazine
DON SANTIAGO - 1840 era - Alcade of Santa Rosa at the Santa Rita Massacre, named in an Historical article entitled "The Day The Tinde Became Apaches" is the story of the betrayal of the peaceful "Tinde's" and how their leaders reacted by joining as Apaches to avenge their death. Published in a complete and rare western magazine.
DON'T CALL ME LUCKY * - 1870 era - Location: California. Story entitled "DON'T CALL ME LUCKY" by Stephanie Cooper Shulsinger, a biography of Elias Jackson "Lucky" Baldwin who parlayed a unique talent for making money into a fortune in the California area as saved from this old, complete, western magazine.
DON, Donley - 1880 - 1910 era - Named in True Story of Race Tracks, Horses and Gamblers of early racing days in the United States. Outlandish tales of thoroughbred race fixes and the Damon Runyon characters who frequent the race tracks as published in this complete and rare western magazine.
DON, Kaye - 1930 - His old record bettered named in article entitled TALLY ONE FOR GAR AND MISS AMERICA X is the boat that struts her stuff in a practice run making over 125 miles per hour as saved from this old American News Magazine
DON, Kaye Wins HARNSWORTH TROPHY RACES * - 1931 - Pictured is Kaye Don in article entitled "TORONTO HAILS THE PILOT OF THE WORLD'S FASTEST SPEEDBOAT" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
DONA ANA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO - 1870 - 80 era. Location: New Mexico. Named in story by Philip J. Rasch who writes claiming his story gives an impartial and more accurate account of this historic New Mexico Gunfight which included BILLY THE KID as found in this old, complete western magazine.
DONA ANN, NEW MEXICO - 1820 - 1890 era. Location - Western Texas - Named in the story "HIGH HOPES AND WAR PAINT" by Eugene R. Anderson as the Indian Scout CAPTAIN BLACK BEAVER was assigned the task of studying the evidence and reconstructing the murder of Lt. Montgomery Pike Harrison whose death was the basis for this article as found in rare western magazine. Must read.
DONACELLA * - 1916 - 21 - Gasoline Launch 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.
DONAHEY, James Harrison. * - 1934. Pictured and written about in weekly article entitled THEY STAND OUR FROM THE CROWD as saved from this national American News magazine. Featured in CARTOONISTS AS THEY SEE THEMSELVES, he was born in Westchester, Tuscarawas County, Ohio, he has been drawing cartoons since 1896 - first for the Cleveland World and later for the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
DONAHEY, Vic * - 1934 - Elected Senator from Ohio and featured in picture and text entitled " Ohio Vote Getter" as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine feature, "Footnotes On A Week's Headliners" by Omar Hite. Single page is 9 3/4 by 13 1/4 inches.
DONAHUE, Charles G., * - ( New York Assemblyman who sponsored resolution revoking Suspension of Representatives from New York Assembly) - 1920 - Pictorial Collage entitled "Socialist Members Barred from Seats in New York Assembly". 84 year old single page, 11 by 16 inches.
DONAHUE, Daniel * Private, (Elizabeth, New Jersey -WW 1 Honor Roll -Killed in Action),
DONAHUE, Ed mentioned in "Ben Ash Dakota Trail Blazer", by Joe Koller
DONAHUE, Jack * - 1928 - Pictured is the star Jack Donahue, Comedian and Dancer written up in the article entitled BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS in a pictorial page entitled BROADWAY'S SUMMER THEATRE SEASON IN FULL SWING as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
DONAHUE, Leon R. * Private (Gloucester, Massachusetts WW 1 Honor Roll Died of Disease)
DONALD DUCK * - 1920 - 30 era. Location: California. Named and pictured 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.
DONALD MCKAY INDIAN WORM ERADICATOR - 1830 - 1900. Location: NY, OR, PA. Named in story entitled "HEALTH OR MONEY RESTORED" by Brooks McNamara - a fascinating history of quack medicines and their promoters in the pioneer days of the old west as found in this old and complete western magazine.
DONALD, Earl * - 1936 - Location: CA, MO. Boy Scout named in Pictorial commemoration entitled The Pony Express Runs again with picture and text covering the 75th anniversary celebration ridden by Boy Scouts as saved from this American Pictorial magazine.
DONALD, John * - 1900 - 20 era. Site: Western United States. Named in history of Sheep Ranch in Montana entitled THE SHOOTING DOWN ON THE ROLLING M by Lee Nelson which tells the story of ranch hands John Fox and his experiences in the west as found in this complete western magazine.
DONALD, Mount, Sir - 1840 - 1926 - Site: Western United States. Named in THE DUDE FROM LIMERICK, a true story written by Marshall Sprague of the Earl of Dunraven, a wealthy Lord from England who just had to experience the thrills of our pioneer west. He wanted to meet Buffalo Bill, Texas Jack, Kit Carson and lots of Indian Squaws. And he did and this recites those events as published in a rare Western Magazine.
DONALDSON, A. B. (reporter) mentioned in "Reporting A Gold Rush", by: Oliver Knight
DONALDSON, August, Lieutenant - 1923 - Location: 213 Miles South of San Francisco, California. Officer of the U. S. S. Young, 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.
DONALDSON, Edward * - 1923 - Of Honeygrove, Texas playing piano with such skills he has been brought to New York City to purse his study as saved from this American Pictorial review.
DONALDSON, John O., * - Lieutenant of U. S. Army - 1919 - Featured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR as one of the leading American "aces" awarded the Distinguished Service Cross after being shot down and captured by the Germans, escaping from a prison camp and being decorated by King George as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DONALDSON, The - The (Ship in Expedition) - 1923 - Article entitled "The Tragic Crusoes of Wrangel Island" - and the story of "The Woman" Ada Blackjack - a neglected heroine of the artic as saved from this American News Magazine.
DONATION LAND GRANT mentioned in "Dead Man's Wagon Train" article from old western magazine
DONATION LAND GRANT
mentioned in "The Remarkable Dr. Keil" By: Art Free
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