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1854 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION * - 1854. LOCATION: CA PA. Mentioned in story entitled "BIG ED McGOWAN'S MANY FEUDS" w photos courtesy of California State Library tell of Judge Edward McGowan of San Francisco who was dynamic, forceful and adventurous, with the thick skin of a rhinoceros where his own interests were concerned; but whether he was on the side of chicanery or justice he made the same raucous outcry for immediate attention as found in the old and rare western magazine.
1858 - EL PASO, TEXAS SHOOTING GROUNDS * – 1850 ERA – LOCATION TX MX . Story entitled 1858 SHOOTING GROUNDS – EL PASO – by W. W. Mills who wrote this originally in 1900 and was a witness to El Paso history in 1858 and lived to write about it as saved from this old western magazine.
1876 DAKOTA CAMPAIGN * - 1875 - 89. Location Texas, Mexico, New York. Here is 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
1890 CANDID CAMERAMAN * - 1890 era. Location – AZ, NY, ST. LOUIS. TX Here is story entitled “1890 Candid Cameraman” by Diane Thomas – the story of Lisle Updike who the author claims was born with a “roadmap for a heart” and tells of the travels and experiences of this pioneer photographer as found in this old and complete western magazine.
E. J. ARNOLD and Company - 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.
EFFENDI, Abdul Medjid * - Ascends to the throne of Caliph, the Religious Head of the Mohammedan World.
EGALITE, (1871 HISTORY OF AIR BALLOONS by Thompson, Scribner's Magazine, 1871)
EGAN War Chief for Bannocks named in "Sarah Winnemucca, Paiute Princess" . She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found western magazine.
EGAN SPRINGS, Nevada. 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.
EGAN, Ferol * - 1850 Era - Author of INCIDENT AT TRAGEDY SPRINGS showing detailed map of a group of Mormons who, under orders from Brigham Young, were returning from California to Salt Lake when their scouts were murdered as saved from this old complete and rare American western magazine.
EGAN, Howard, 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.
EGAN, William Henry "Bill" * - 1935 - Official greeter at the Pennsylvania Railroad Station is pictured and written about in article entitled HANDSHAKER PAR EXCELLENCE as it appeared in the FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS and saved from this old American pictorial magazine
EGERTON, Carl J. * Sergeant (Mount Vernon, N.Y. - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
EGGENHOFER, Nick * - Engraver of - History of the fabulous Quarter Horse entitled The True Account of Texas' Most Celebrated Stallion as found in rare western magazine.
EGGENHOFFER, Nick *, - 1869 - His painting 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.
EGGERS, Alen * (Sergeant) - 1919 - Pictured after awarded Congressional Medal for heroism in rescuing comrades as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
EGGLESTON, Edward, Doctor mentioned in JOHNSON, Richard Malcolm * - Colonel - (1822 - 1896) - Biography by Sophie Bledsoe Herrick of a Georgia Cracker and his writings as published and saved from in an old American Magazine of 1888. Author of The Dukesborough Tales, The Goose Pound etc.
EGYPT * - 1922 - Pictorial collage entitled "EGYPT PROCLAIMED AS AN INDEPENDENT AND SOVEREIGN STATE" with pictures and text of leaders, sites, and history of fight for independence as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EGYPTIAN FELLAHEEN * - 1919 Pictorial Collage entitled "Revolt Stirring in the Land of the Pharaohs".
EGYPTIAN NATIONAL LEADER * - 1922 - Pictured is Zaglyl Pasha as the Egyptian Nationalist Leader of Egypt who has just been deported to Ceylon in article entitled "Men and Women of Importance in Four Continents" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EHLEY, Frank, Sergeant of the17th Machine Gun Battalion, 3RD DIVISION, U. S. ARMY - 1923 - Named and written about headlined "Headquarters of United States Army on Rhine" as U. S. Flag is lowered and troops departed following inspection of American troops as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
EHRENBERG, Herman - 1900 era - Mining Engineer named in story entitled "Bloodstained Ghost Town" by James A. Long covering history of Ruby, Arizona, a mining town in Santa Cruz County that lasted until 1941 as written up in this complete western magazine.
EHRENBERT, Herman- 1850 ERA. Location AZ, CA, KY, NY. Named in historical story entitled "The Father of Arizona" by A. Kinney Griffith which recites events in the life of Charles Debrille Poston in Tubec's turbulent past as found in this complete, rare, western magazine
EHRENBOURG, - 1922 - Article entitled "Soviet Art In All It's Glory" as saved from the Letters and Art Section of an old American News Magazine.
EHRENTHAUT, Otto (Oberit. z.. S.) (Dead) World War I era. British Admiralty Statement of "Fate of 150 German U-Boat Commanding Officers who were killed or became prisoners at war.
EHRIG, Marie, Miss * - Jersey City native pictured as representing Goddess of Liberty in pictorial collage of events entitled "A QUEEN AND HER SUBJECTS IN ASBURY PARK'S BABY PARADE" as indexed and saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 inches in excellent condition
EHRLE, Franz, Reverend Father * - 1923 - Pictorial photo and text of article entitled POPE PIUS XI AT CONSISTORY NAMES EIGHT NEW CARDINALS -- first pictures and names Cardinals so appointed as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
EHRLICH, Adelaide * - 1923 - First prize winner in largest baby show held in Bronx.
EICHARD, Mr. Colonel mentioned in "Four Men Rode South"
EICHELBERGER, Albert *, Cook, (Clear Springs, Md. – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
EICHHORN, Herr * 1919 - Spartacac Chief of Police, German Republic.
EICKEMEYER & OSTERHELD, (1926 WONDER STORY -CHARLES PROTEUS STEINMETZ FEATURED STORY, NATIONAL NEWS MAGAZINE)
EIELSON, Ben, Lieutenant * - (Artic Flyer).-1928 - Pictured in article entitled THE TRIBUTE OF A ROTARY presenting wrist watches by President of the New York Rotary Club, Andrew Dykes to Artic Fliers, Sir Hubert Wilkins and Lieutenant Ben Eielson as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
EIELSON, Carl Ben - 1929 mentioned in Featured Article entitled "Dirigible Anchorages" as published in this old American News magazine.
EIGENSCHNECK, Charles 1850 ERA - Site - California.- Violinist named in great true story entitled LOLA MONTEZ - A MOST NOTORIOUS LADY who had the benefit of great looks and a royal title -- Countess of Landsfelt - conferred her by King Ludwig of Bavaria. She came to conquer hearts and to gain political power through her charms and she did according to author Louise Cheney as published in this complete and seldom found western magazine.
EIGHT EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY OIL PAINTINGS * - 1921 - Daniel Garber painting "SOUTH ROOM - GREEN STREET" awarded the first William A Clark Prize along with the Corcoran Gold Medal at the Eighth Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings in the Corcoran Art Gallery in Washington, D. C. as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EIGHT PURSUIT GROUP * from Langley Field, Virginia * - 1934 - Pictured in cover entitled AN ARMY SQUADRON SPEEDS THROUGH THE CLOUDS OVER FLORIDA flying in formation over Miami as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
EIGHTEENTH ADMENDMENT * - 1932 - Article entitled THE UPROAR OVER THE BINGHAM BEER BILL with picture titled "The We Want Beer Plane Which Is Touring the Nation in Behalf of Modification as saved from this old American News Magazine.
EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL FLOWER SHOW * - 1931 -Collage of garden photos of homes and gardens entered in 18th Annual International Flower Show held in New York in 1931 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY, COMPANY H, U. S. ARMY * - 1929 - Featured and pictured in article entitled THE MACHINE GUN COMPANY WHICH WON THE HIGHEST RATING IN MARKSMANSHIP and was awarded the Edwin Howard Clark Machine Gun Trophy as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY, U. S. ARMY- 1866 era - Named in historical story entitled "Ride For Help" by H. Lutske which occurred on the western frontier near Fort Laramie while Fort Kearney was under Indian siege of Red Cloud and relates the heroic tale of John "Postugee" Phillips, scout and trapper who volunteered to go for help through Indian lines. Through blizzard, snow, sleet, rain and Indians, he was successful as related here in this old magazine.
EIGHTEENTH KANSAS - 1860 - 80 - era: Site - Kansas - Colorado. Named in story entitled LAYING TRACK ON THE HIGH PLAINS by Joseph W. Snell with photos provided by the Kansas State Historical Society of Topeka. History - a history of the times when the Pacific Railroad Act of 1862 provided impetus to expand our railway system and enable coast to coast travel as saved from this rare and complete western magazine
EIGHTH - 8TH CAVALRY - 1920 era - Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. Named in story entitled "Garry Owen, The Pride of Fort Bliss" by Knowles-Peterson. Seldom found history of the best of the 5th Cavalry Horses with personal testimony by handlers as published in this rarely found history published in out of the way western magazine.
EIGHTH (8TH) INFANTRY, U. S. ARMY * - 1916 - Pictorial collage entitled OVER THE MEXICAN BORDER IN PURSUIT OF VILLA showing American troops of the Eighth Infantry, U. S. Army and the United States Army Aero Squadron as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EIGHTH CAVALRY - 1874 - as named in story entitled "LAST STAND ON A TEXAS PRAIRIE" by William P. Knox which chronicles history of the Battle of Lyman's Wagon Train and the Battle of Buffalo Wallow in 1874 which resulted in 19 Medal of Honor Awards being bestowed. Battle is famous for the quote "Forward, If any man is killed, I will make him a Corporal" as found in this very rare, western magazine
EIGHTH CAVALRY, TROOP C - 1885 - 1899 Era. Named in "Graveyard of Violence", story of the W. S. Ranch Graveyard near Alma, New Mexico. Many tombstones pictured along with tales fro the old west about their death as published in rare western magazine.
EIGHTH TEXAS CAVALRY. - 1850-90 CIRCA. Named in Biographical history entitled "The Lubbock Brothers Changed Texas" of two young adventures from South Carolina who followed different stars to destiny in the Republic of Texas as published in this complete western magazine
EIGHTH MILITARY DEPARTMENT - 1840 - 60's era. Location - AZ, TN, TX, Mexico. Named in story entitled "THE GREAT WESTERN" by Flora Hicks who writes of the life and times of Sarah Burdette (ne Mrs. Sarah A. Bowman) who, because of her size, was nick-named The Great Western when she served the U. S. Army in various camps and forts - receiving adulation from all - as published in this old and complete western magazine.
EIGHTH U. S. CAVALRY * - 1870-1920 era - Location: U.S., Mexico, Russia. Pictured in “The Dazzling Mexican Cossack,” by Donald N. Bentz. A story of Colonel Emilio E. K. Kosterlitzky, one of the most controversial, maligned, and romantic figures in southwestern American history as published in this complete old western magazine.
EIGHTIETH DIVISION INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army.
EIGHTY SECOND DIVISION, * (82ND DIVISION) * - 1919 - as saved from an old World War I pictorial collage showing their position prior to the attack of Oct. 8, 1918.
EIGHTY THIRD DIVISION INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army.
EIGHTY-NINERS PARADE, GUTHERIE, OKLAHOMA - 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.
EILENBERGER, Clinton B. * - 1934 - (Atlantic City, New Jersey). Third Assistant Postmaster General poses with souvenir Mount Stamp as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
EILER, Dorothy * - (of Minnesota) - 1932 - Pictured on cover as THE HEALTHIEST GIRL AND BOY IN AMERICA along with Ross Allen of West Virginia at the National 4-H Club Contest. 10 by 14. Mint.
EILERING, Alma, Miss * - 1924 - Indianapolis, Indiana - Featured in Pictorial collage in article entitled "Dispenser of Joy To The Small Boy" for her work in the Educational Department of the City as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EILERS, Sally * - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled MARY PICKFORD ENTERTAINS THE WAMPAS BABY STARS; ELEVEN OF THE LUCKY THIRTEEN who were chose for 1928 by America's Sweetheart as saved old American Pictorial magazine
EILERS, Sally * - 1931 - Stars pictured in Movie "A HOLY TERROR" in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
EILERS, Sally * - 1933 - Pictorial entitled "Sally Eiler's Blonde Hair".
EILERS, Sally * - 1933 - Pictured in article entitled "Be Beautiful" by Elsie Pierce as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
EILERS, Sally. * - 1932 - Pictured in publicity pose as star of "BAD GIRL" in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM NOTABLE FILM OF THE YEARS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
EILSON, Carl Ben, Captain * - 1927 - Subject of 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.
EINHOVEN GALVANOMETER. - 1914 - Named in article entitled 'WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY" reported in the Scientific American which details pictures and text of usage of this instrument. Extensive technical review inc. experiments of scientists as saved from this old American Scientific magazine.
EINSTEIN, Albert, Professor * - 1936 - Pictured in collage photo entitled "INFORMAL STUDY OF PEOPLE IN THE NEWS" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint Condition. 10 by 14 inches.
EINSTEIN, Alfred * 1919 - Pictorial text entitled "Dr. Einstein, Proponent of New Theory of Relativity" as saved from this old American magazine.
EINSTEIN, Alfred * 1932 Appointed Professor of Mathematical and Theoretical Physics, Princeton
EINSTEIN, Alfred, Doctor * - 1931 - Pictured and featured on the cover of Mid Week Pictorial at Mount Wilson Observatory as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EINSTEIN, Alfred, Doctor *- 1932 -Professor falsely accused of being a German Bolshevist, he is pictured in article entitled " EINSTEINISMS", who has received from the American Consulate in Berlin a American visa upon his passport as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
EINSTEIN, Alfred, Professor * - 1931 - Shown being conducted through the Sound Laboratory of the First National Studio ny Richard Barthelmess in the weekly featured STARS AND SCENES OF THE NEW FILMS as saved from this American pictorial magazine
EINSTEIN, Frau *- 1932 -American housewife, she is pictured in article entitled " EINSTEINISMS", who was quoted as saying "Do you know, America is a housewife's paradise as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
EINTHOVEN STRING GALVANOMETER * - 1914 - Pictorial collage and text entitled "ELECTRO-CARDIOGRAPHY" by Hans Guenther which reports on early pioneers of heart studies as saved from this old American Scientific Magazine
EISLER, Georg - 1939 - (Banned from EBay) - Arrested in the attempted assassination of Chancellor of German Republic, Adolph Hitler pictured with text in a page entitled "SEQUENCE OF THE ATTEMPTED HITLER ASSASSINATION" " taken at funeral of the eight Munich victims killed in the explosion as saved from this pictorial gravure magazine.
EISLEY, Arthur J. * "Artists and Their Works" Featured in American Magazine, 1895.
EISNER, Kurt * - 1919 - (Head of the new Bavarian Government) Pictured in article entitled "The New Leaders of Germany After Revolution"
EISNER, Kurt * 1919 - Bavarian Premier. Assassinated Feb. 21, 1919.
EISNER, Kurt * - 1919 - Pictured as the Socialist head of the new Bavarian State who was assassinated in Munich Feb. 21, 1919 by Count Arco Valley as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
EITESTER, Max (Kapitanit.,) (Dead) World War I era. British Admiralty Statement of "Fate of 150 German U-Boat Commanding Officers who were killed or became prisoners at war.
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