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DR. BARFIELD'S METROPOLITAN CARNIVAL, MACON, GEORGIA * - 1900 ERA - Named in this great piece of rodeo history entitled WINNING OR LOSING by Milt Hinkle. Hinkle was a champion bull-dogger who took home many a ribbon. Of course, he also took home a gal named Mildred who even rivaled his take among the goodies and prizes of the rodeo. Indexed as found in old Western magazine
DR. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS - 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
DRABKI N, Joseph * Corporal, (Lodi, California – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
DRAG_A RANCH * - 1917 - Owner Ray Morley named in story with pictures of rodeo at the Drag A Ranch out of Datil, New Mexico listing old time cowboy and cowgirl rodeo stars as saved from this story entitled RODEO IN MAGDALENA
DRAGGIN' IT FROM HIM BY Jack Van RYDER * - 1928 - Pictorial collage and text entitled 'PAINTINGS BY COWBOY ARTIST WHO NEVER TOOK A LESSON" showing paintings at his first exhibition at the Montross Galleries in New York as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
DRAGOON * - 1924 - Thoroughbred Race Horse pictured entitled "Los Angeles Celebrates The Return of Horse Racing" of Culver City Track as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Page is 11 by 16 inches.
DRAGOON EXPEDITION mentioned in "Gibson - Mother Fort of the Southwest", by: Leola Lehman
DRAGOON EXPEDITION of 1834 - 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..."
DRAGOON EXPEDITION - 1834 Era - Site Western Territory of the United States - Names in story of Jesse Chisholm, Guide of the first Wagon train bound for California across Indian Territory in Historical article entitled "Jesse Chisholm- Saga of a Peacemaker", by Wayne T. Walker which features saga and real life tales inc., drawing of wagon train, etc. as published in this very unusual and rare western magazine
DRAGOON GULCH mentioned in "Lynch Law of the Mother Lode", by Ben T. Traywick Golden West, January, 1965
DRAGOON SPRINGS, ARIZONA, 1860 era. "The Mail Stage the Apaches Wouldn't Attack" By: Leo Rosenhouse. Story of the Butterfield Stage Coach Line and winning the U. S. Mail contract.
DRAHOS, Nick * Cornell Tackle All American Football Team's National Magazine Ranking. 1939
DRAINARD, Manvel - 1880;s era - Location - Montana and British Columbia, Canada - Mentioned in "Secret of the Murder's Loot" by T. W. Paterson. Canada was unsuccessful in extraditing Bulldog Kelly from the United States; but he didn't live to return and recover his loot.
DRAKE, C. B., General. * - 1920 - Chief of the Motor Transport Service named in article entitled SURPLUS ARMY ARMY AUTOMOBILES SUBJECT OF CONGRESSIONAL INQUIRY as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DRAKE, Captain, 1870 era. Written up in the "The 75,000,000 Dollar Flash", by Doris Cerveri, the stories of mining in the scenic hills of White Pine County, Nevada.
DRAKE, Crawley P, - 1800 - 1900's. U. S. Marshal for Arizona named in "United States Marshal" say there were times when they were the only law. Here is his story of those legendary heroes featuring the life of Bill Tilghman and others who served. Of particular importance, however, is this author’s attention to old badges when the Marshal’s had to purchase their own badges. Old western story features many of the badges worn by U. S. Marshals.
DRAKE, Francis, Captain. 1880 era. Written up in "Key to the Treasure on Nehalem Spit" By: Wayne Darwin - a story of legends of old Spanish Treasure Ships Wrecked on the Oregon Coast.
DRALE, Oliver - (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
DRAMATISTS CLUB - 1890 era - Western U. S. A. Named in this biography of Captain John Wallace Crawford, entitled, "Captain Jack, The Poet Scout", and here the author, Paul T. Nolen, recites the history of this western scout and acquaintance of Buffalo Bill who went from scouting to acting to writing as published in this complete western magazine
DRANE, Representative * - 1924 - Members and witness pictured in article entitled "Will the Shenandoah Fly To The Pole" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine 80 years old in mint condition. The single page is 11 by 16 inches.
DRANGE, Emily * - (Texas) - 1920 - Pictured as featured in pictorial collage entitled " Charming Actresses Who Delighted Metropolitan Audiences" as saved from this American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 14. Mint Condition.
DRAPER, Clarintha wife of George Draper mentioned in "Clarintha's Long Ride" article from old western magazine
DRAPER, Ernest Gallaudet (new-Federal Reserve - 1938 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, National News Magazine Featured Story)
DRAPER, Foy * American Track Star pictured and mentioned in article entitled "The Importance of Good Coaching" as appeared in American News magazine of 1935.
DRAPER, George Washington mentioned in "Clarintha's Long Ride" article from old western magazine
DRAPER, Henry * (Albany Observatory, Albany, N.Y. - HISTORIC STORY OF EDISON & BAMBOO FILAMENT, hidden away in old western magazine featured article)
DRAPER, Henry, Mrs. * (Albany Observatory, Albany, N.Y. - HISTORIC STORY OF EDISON & BAMBOO FILAMENT, hidden away in old western magazine featured article)
DRAPER, Jim - 1880 era. Site Location : Jacksboro, Texas & Fort Griffin. Deputy Sheriff named in "The Legend of Lottie Deno" by Philip Rainman. History of a mysterious lady of the evening who set men's heart afire until one came along she couldn't resist and there the legdend began as published in this old rare and seldom found western magazine..
DRAPER, Joseph * - 1936 - Pictured and named as actor in pictorial collage entitled "The WPA Launches A Broadway Hit" of The Popular Price Theatre, a Federal Theatre Project covering a review of T. S. Eliot's "Murder in the Cathedral". Mint Condition. 11 by 14 inches.
DRAPER, Joseph * (Actor - 1936 WPA LAUNCHES BROADWAY HIT, Major News Pictorial April 11, 1936)
DRAPER, W. R. - 1904 -1934 era. Location: OK, TX. United Press Correspondent named in story entitled THE OKLAHOMA ROBIN HOOD by Kent L. Steckmesser who tells of the many starving farmers whose mortgage was paid by Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd in a different interpretation of the live of Oklahoma's most famous bandit as found in this rear western magazine
DRAW A BLACK BEAN AND DIE - 1840's era - Location Texas and Mexico - "Draw a Black Bean-And Die!" as Santa Anna ordered that one-tenth of the captured Texians be killed and 17 were killed after drawing a black bean as reported in this story by Kin Mason with illustrations by Eugene Shortridge as found in this rare western pioneer magazine.
DRAY, Findley R., - Candidate for Assessor - 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.
DREAM STREET * - 1921 - Pictured as star of DREAM STREET is Carol Dempsey playing leading feminine role in article entitled LEADING ACTRESSES AND CLIMATIC SCENES as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by `16 inches. Mint condition.
DREAM WORLD OF ADVERTISING: THE OVERLOOKED ONE * - 1920's - Story entitled THE RESTLESS DECADE; JOHN HELD, JR., AND HIS WORLD - a collage and portfolio of text by Bruce Catton with paintings and illustrations by the greatest American of our time. Found in this American Hardback magazine.
DREAMLAND PARK, NEWARK, NEW JERSEY * - 1924 era - Location, CO, KA, NJ, NY, RI - Nnamed in this great rodeo history entitled "On The Road With the K of C Rodeo" by Bill King, a rodeo sponsored by the Knights of Columbus of Denver that played it's first rodeo at the Narragansett Speedway, may 19, 1924. Names important stars and performers not usually mentioned on the rodeo circuit as saved and found in this unusual and western complete magazine.
DRED SCOTT DECISION - 1868 era - Location OK, NB, INDIAN TERRITORY.. Named in historical true story entitled STANDING BEAR: ELOQUENT ADVOCATE by Carl Uhlark who write of Thomas H. Tibbles, an assistant editor of the Omaha Herals and pioneer advocate of Indian rights and his attempt to help Ponca Indian Chief Standing Bear (called Ma-chu-nah-zah) to receive justice in the courts of the United States as found in this complete, rare and seldom read western magazine.
DRENNAN, Bob *. - 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.
DRESCHER, Miss Arvida * - 1931 - (of Rockville Centre, Long Island) Winner of the Good Night Race as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DRESEL, Ellis L.,., * - 1921` - Pictured in his capacity as American High Commissioner in Berlin in featured article entitled PERSONALITIES NOW CLAIMING PUBLIC ATTENTION as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DRESDEN OPERA - 1927 era. Site: Chicago, Ill., Czechoslovakia, New York. Named in story entitled "THE LESSON OF MADAME SCHUMANN-HEINK FOR RISING STARS" written about this "world's greatest contralto" who has enriched the lives of all who hear her as saved from this old American news magazine. Two pages. Mint condition.
DRESHAR, John * - 1931 - Pictured on inside cover entitled HE DIDN'T GET HIS FILL OF FIGHTING ON THE GRIDIRON as former Captain of the 1030 Football Team of Carnegie Tech who is attempting to make the boxing team as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DRESSER, Louise * - 1926 - Actress and Film Star pictured and written about in Pictorial article entitled A GIFT OF ROSES as received at the Santa Clara County Fiesta de las Rosas, San Jose, Californiasaved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DRESSER, Paul * - 1895 - Pictured and named in original 110 year old pictorial historical text entitled "THE MAKING OF OUR POPULAR SONGS" by Ernest Jarrold as it was saved from an American Monthly magazine. Indexed by composer and song.
DRESSLER, Marie * - 1930 - Pictured in a collage of photos wondering at her luck in the movie "CAUGHT SHORT", a M-G-M adaptation of Eddie Cantor's Book as saved from this old American magazine.
DRESSLER, Marie * - 1931 - Academy Award Winner as she appeared in "MIN AND BILL" in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE FILM ATTRACTIONS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
DRESSLER, Marie * - 1931 - Pictured in publicity pose in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
DRESSLER, Marie * - 1925 - Comedienne pictured in article entitled "AND A GOOD SONG RINGING CLEAR" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
DREW, Eugenia * - 1923 - Pictured is star Eugenia Drew in article entitled "STAGE AND SCREEN" in GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
DREW, Georgia - American Actress - 1895 - named in a pictorial collage and text entitled "The Stage" as saved from this old American Magazine published in 1895.
DREW, John - American Actor - 1895 - named in a pictorial collage and text entitled "The Stage" as saved from this old American Magazine published in 1895.
DREW, John * - 1923 - Featured in pictorial collage entitled "Actors of Note in the American Drama". 11 by 17 inches.
DREW, John. * - 1921 - Actor in "The Circle" pictured and written about in article entitled ACTRESSES AND SCENES IN CURRENT PRODUCTION as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
DREW, John * - 1921 - Mrs. Leslie Carter and John Drew star, playing lead lead roles in "THE CIRCLE", as pictured in article entitled ACTRESSES AND SCENES IN CURRENT PRODUCTION as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
DREW, John * - 1923 - Featured in pictorial collage entitled LEADING ACTORS OF THE AMERICAN STAGE as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint. 11 by 16 inches.
DREW, John * - 1927 - Pictured as star of "TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS" playing at the New Amsterdam Theatre in article entitled PROMINENT AND POPULAR PLAYERS IN THEATRELAND as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 10 1/4 by 16 inches.
DREW, Miss Margaret * - 1924 - Pictured entitled "Members of the Canine 400 showing her three prize winning Springer Spaniels at the 7th annual American Spaniel Club at the Waldorf-Astoria. Pictured are Mallard, Horsford Hazard and Bell of Drew Farm.
DREW, Mrs., Martha Foster's Sister, 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.
DREW, Roland * - 1928 - Pictured is ROLAND DREW in LADY RAFFLES as STAR OF THE SILVER SCREEN in pictorial collage entitled NEWS AND COMMENT RELATING TO MOTION PICTURES as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
DREWES, Billie * - 1936 - Hi and congratulations. Please send purchase price of $17.50 plus $2.50 for First Class Postage or $3.85 for Priority mailing. Insurance would be $1.30 cents for $50 to:
DREXEL INSTITUTE * - 1931 - Miss Pauline McDonald identified, pictured and written about in article entitled 'A CELEBRITY OF THE CAMPUS" is Pauline McDonald of Scranton, PA. who was voted most popular senior co-ed at Drexel Institute as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DREXEL INSTITUTE GIRL'S PISTOL TEAM * of Philadelphia preparing for contest with Co-Ed Team of the University of Michigan.
DREXEL INSTITUTE QUEEN, WARNER, Mary Louise, Miss * - 1926 - Pictured in article entitled "Every Inch A Queen" as the Queen of May at Drexel Institute, Philadelphia as saved from this American Pictorial magazine.
DREXEL, W. C. Owner of the ALCEDO*. American Patrol Boat torpedoed by German Sub. It was formerly a steam yacht out of Philadelphia.
DREYFUS, Alfred, Captain * - 1932 -Former central figure in an affair that shook the French Republic, he is pictured in article entitled "A MAN OF TRAGEDY", who has returned from his imprisonment at Devil's Island and as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DRIFTING * - 1923 - Pictured as star is Priscilla Dean playing in "DRIFTING" with headline entitled ACTRESSES OF STAGE AND SCREEN as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
DRIFTWOOD CREEK, Nebraska. 1873 era. Written up in, "John Kleven-Nebraska Pioneer" by Martha E. Lambert - story of settlement of Nebraska town of Culbertson.
DRIGGS, * Private, (Hartford, Conn. – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
DRINKWATER, John * - 1921 - Pictured are stars Clare Eames, Frank Reicher and Charles Waldron, appearing in prominent roles in the John Drinkwater's play " Mary Stuart" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
DRIPS, Captain Andrew.. - 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
DRISCOLL, Clement J. * New York. Commissioner, "BALANCES WEIGHED AND FOUND WANTING" as published in this old American magazine in 1910.
DRISCOLL, Clement. - 1925 - Named in story entitled BIG TOM FOLEY, LAST OF THE OLD-TIME TAMMANY BOSSES in New York as found and saved from this old American News Magazine.
DRISCOLL, Eleanor * - 1928 - Pictured displaying the Temptress Swirl hair style at the American Society of Beauty Culturists meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in America as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
DRISCOLL, Eugene. - 1925 - Named in story entitled BIG TOM FOLEY, LAST OF THE OLD-TIME TAMMANY BOSSES in New York as found and saved from this old American News Magazine.
DRISCOLL, Thos., 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.
DITRICHSTEIN, Leo * - 1921 - Pictured as the incorrigible boulevardier Leo Ditrichstein in TOTO in an article entitled PLAYS NOW HOLDING THE BOARDS IN THE METROPOLIS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
DRIVER, James - Camp Jackson, Athletic Director, U. S. Army - 1918 - Story entitled "Making Soldiers in Dixie" -- report of training soldiers for WWI.
DROUIN, Eddie *- 1880 - 1920 - He and his woodchoppers (Mile 457) named in this story of the heroic men who braved the narrow gauges entitled "THE TANANA VALLEY NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY" that extended from Fairbanks, Alaska down to Chena Slough. Names, stops, engines, pictures all here as found in this complete western magazine.
DRUCKER, Charles * - 1920 - Named as involved in the Arnstein case in article entitled "PRINCIPAL FIGURES IN AMAZING ARNSTEIN CASE INVOLVING THEFT OF MILLIONS" with pictorial of one of greatest swindles in Wall Street history picturing individuals involved and their sentence or fate as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DRUDE, General (Former Commander, French Forces at Casablanca - (GENERAL D'AMADE PRESENTING COLORS TO FRENCH INFANTRY BATTALION IN EGYPT - Pictorial Review - 1915)
DRUM LUMMON MINE * pictured in "Silver Creek Reminiscences", by: Jean-Michael Moore
DRUM LUMMON MINES - 1880 era - Site: Marysville, Montana area. Named in "The Mother Lode of 'Irish Tommie' Cruse", the story of the discovery of the richest silver mine of them all by Thomas Cruse who rose from nothing to riches as published in tjis rare and complete Western magazine.
DRUM, Katherine * - 1921 - Pictured wearing a design of Bonwit Teller as saved from this old American Magazine.
DRUMM, R. C., General - 1875 - 89. Location Texas, Mexico, New York. Named in the story entitled THE INSANITY AND DEATH OF GENERAL RANALD S. MACKENZIE by J. M. Skaggs who writes of the end of duty and life of the hero of heroes who had done as much as any one man to rid the Southwest of marauding Indians as found in this seldom read western magazine
DRUMMOND, Eric, Sir * - 1919 - Nominated as First Secretary-General of the League of Nations as pictured and written about in an American Pictorial Magazine article entitled "A Flashlight On Some Aspects of the War" as saved. The page is mint condition and is 11 by 16 inches.
DRUMMOND, Eric, Sir * - 1932 - Secretary-General of the United Nations pictured and named in article entitled " THE PERFECT SECRETARY", is trying to please some fifty bosses who write and talk twenty different languages as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
DRUMMOND, Henry mentioned in KAIL-YARD SCHOOL * - 1907 - Article in old American News magazine recording the death of the founder, Rev. John Watson (Ian Maclaren).
DRUMMOND, James - 1929 mentioned in Featured Article entitled "Dirigible Anchorages" as published in this old American News magazine.
DRUMMOND, Mr. Judge mentioned in "Four Men Rode South", as published in complete western magazine
DRUNKEN GULCH 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.
DRURY HIGH SCHOOL BAND, * - 1924 - North Adams, Mass. Pictured on cover of Pictorial Magazine id Miss Dorothy Welch, Drum Major of Drury High School Band of North Adams, Mass. which recently gave a concert at Town Hall and received the praise of John Philip Sousa. Their concert was transmitted to hundred of thousands. The item is in mint condition. The page size is 11 by 16 inches.
DRURY, Herbert, * - 1924 - Pictured and named in story as member of "United States Hockey Ice Team Off For the Olympics" .
DRURY, William H. (Canada) Winner - "Lessons of the National Army Races". Map. Details of coverage. 1928
DRYDEN Poet Mentioned in "The Gallant Voyageurs of Rupert's Land" By: Wayne Darwin
DRYDEN, Thomas * Private (Flemingsburg, Kentucky - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
DRYSDALE, Robert * - -1922 - Member of Cast of "Hunky Dory" pictured as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Page is 11 by 16
D. T. RISING & Son Company - Circa 1900 - Site: Stillwater, OK., Named in story of convicted murderer 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
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