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ELLSE, Effie * - 1920 - Pictured in The Bat in article entitled "Actresses in Plays of the Opening Fall Season and Striking Situations in Some Popular Success."
ELLSEMORE, Evelyn * - 1928 - Featured as actress in SHE'S MY BABY in pictorial collage entitled NEW AND OLD FAVORITES OF THE BROADWAY STAGE as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
ELLSWORTH, Charles - 1884 era - Location -Dodge City, Kansas area- Named in "Dave Mather, The West's Greatest Puzzle". Story of old west shootout and results of trial. Mather had a checkered past and had been with both sides of the law as reported in this old, rare, complete western magazine.
ELLSWORTH, Charles Capitan, (1929 MISSISSIPPI WHOOPEE OF STEAMBOAT RACING - Featured Story - Major National News Magazine)
ELLSWORTH, David H. Lieutenant, - 1937 - Named as Naval Photographer in article describing the history of Howland Island entitled AIRPLANE ISLAND which is only a pinpoint of sand in the Middle of the Pacific Ocean but now has been transformed into an airplane landing strip as saved from this old American News Magazine. Amelia Earhart and her navigator Frank Noonan were thought to have crashed near this site.
ELLSWORTH, Lincoln * (1928 COMMANDER RICHARD E. BYRD ORIG. POLAR EXPEDITION STORY, American Magazine 1928)
ELLSWORTH, Lincoln * - 1926 - Named and pictured as American financier of Captain Road Amundsen 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
ELLSWORTH, Lincoln Commander A THOUSAND LEAGUES UNDER THE ICE WITH WILLIAMS - 1931- Story of the USS Nautilus projected cruise to the North Pole.
ELLSWORTH, Lincoln Expedition - 1933 - Newspaper Reporter Christopher Braathen who will accompany Polar Explorers Sir Hubert Wilkins and Bernt Balchen on Lincoln Ellsworth Expedition.
ELLZEY, Representative from Mississippi * - 1933 - Pictured in article entitled "THE HOUSE REPUBLICANS EMERGE FROM THEIR OBSCURITY" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
ELLZEY, Representative from Mississippi * - 1932.Pictured in article entitled " The Baseball Fever Hits The Members of Congress: The Democrat Team" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine..
ELMAN, Mischa * (famous violist virtuoso).1922. Engaged to Miss Mildred Stone)
ELMAN, Mischa * - 1923 - Featured in pictorial collage entitled MAGICIANS OF THE BOW AND MASTERS OF MELODY as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint. 11 by 16 inches.
ELMAN, Mischa * and bridegroom * - 1925 - Saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
ELMEN, G. W. (1928 MEASURING A BILLIONTH OF AN INCH, American News Magazine)
ELMER, Robert * of Wayne, Penn. participating in NATIONAL ARCHERY CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNEY * - 1925 - Story of Forty Fifth (45th) Annual Meet which Mass. Archers won as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Pictured are Norine Knight * (Rome, N. Y.), Robert Elmer * (Wayne, Pa.), Dorothy D. Smith *, Doctor W. P.
ELMER GANTRY * - 1928 - Pictured as star is VERA ALLEN with text and biography in featured "BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS" in American Pictorial Collage entitled WELL-KNOWN PLAYERS IN BROADWAY PRODUCTIONS as saved from this old magazine. 11 by 16 mint condition
ELMES, Evelyn (Miss) *- 1923 - Featured in " Winners and Other Features of Interest to Women". Won first prize, London Daily Mirror Beauty Contest.
ELMORE, Arthur T. * Lieutenant, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
ELMORE, John - (Horse Rancher - 1860 - 1880 era) mentioned in "The Bane of Thieves", by: Ralph McCarroll. Colorado's Militia General Dave Cook's story of his life as a frontier lawman as published in old western magazine.
ELMORE, Simon * Staten Island. Indicted for first degree murder of Joan Kuleba as alleged in "Crimes Against Children" in National New Magazine of 1937.
ELSBERG, Nathaniel A., *- 1923 - Prominent New York Attorney and 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.
ELSIE * - 1921 - Pictured in article entitled "NOVA SCOTIAN SCHOONER BLUENOSE WINS OVER AMERICAN DEFENDER ELSIE" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
ELSON, Anita * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled ACTRESS OF STAGE AND SCREEN who will be a feature of the new "Ziegfeld Follies" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
ELSTAD, Clarence W, * Private (Red Wing, Minn. - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
ELSTNER, Ann * - 1924 - Featured in Actresses of Stage and Screen as one of the stars as the little mountain girl in Sun Up playing at the Princess Theatre as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
ELSTNER, Ann * - Star pictured as appearing in "SUN UP: playing at the Lenox Hill as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
ELSTON, Charlie Veteran Plainsman mentioned 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.
ELSTON, Representative * - 1921 - Representative in Congress from the Pacific Coast debating the Japanese immigration question as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
ELSWA, Johnnie Kit, *, Artist, 1851 Era. Written up in, "The Wreck of the Sloop Georgianna" By: Flora Weed Hicks, story of the kidnapping of the Georgianna and crew by the Haida Indians of Queen Charlotte's Islands.
ELSWORTH, KANSAS CITY REPORTER. - 1913 - 1918 era. Location: IA. IL, MO. Newspaper named in story of Raymond W. Thorp in story entitled WYATT EARP, A TRIPLE ACQUAINTANCE by Raymond W. Thorp as told to Gary L. Roberts with picture of Thorp * and friends in 1913 along the Mississippi River and his history with Wyatt Earp as they met and became friends as published in this old and complete western magazine.
ELLSWORTH, Henry - U. S. Commissioner of Patents - 1830 - 1860 - Named in story entitled GUN KING OF THE WEST by Lee A. Silva who says Sam Colt could've had it all - the entire U.S. Gun Making business - except for one fateful day in 1855 when he picked the wrong man to throw out of his office. Fantastic true story as found in the complete and seldom found Western Magazine
ELLSWORTH, P. J. * - 1922 - Washington University student is pictured in article entitled "CREAM OF AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES REPRESENTED IN RHODES SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS" who have won a course of three years' studies in Oxford, University, England as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
ELY *, General - Awarded Chevalier of the Legion of Honor at Chaumont, France.
ELY, E. F., Major * 1919 - Chief Quartermaster, American Forces, 339th Infantry, Archangel, Russia pictured in Collage of Photos of group on duty following World War I. Pictured are officers and Headquarters of the Allied Forces. Three pages, 11 by 16 inches in excellent condition.
ELY, E. F., Major and Chief Quartermaster - U. S. Army * - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled AMERICAN SOLDIERS FIGHTING ON ARCHANGEL (RUSSIA) FRONT in World War l is a Company of American Troops of Company M of the 339th Infantry being inspected by Major General E. Ironsides as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches
ELY, Eugene * - 1800 - 1914 era. Location: California. Named in story entitled ALL THE DARING YOUNG MEN by Joseph F. Hood which recites the ingenuity of the young men who studied, planned, and performed in planes, balloons of unusual contraptions with history of each as found in this, of all places, complete western magazine.
ELY, Governor of Massachusetts *, 1931 - Pictured in conference seeking to solve the unemployment crisis during depression as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 14 inches. Mint condition
ELY, John - 1860 - 1870 Era. Named in history entitled PIOCHE, NEVADA - THE BLOODIEST TOWN IN THE OLD WEST by Charles W. Sasser who tells the story of this wild west ghost town. Covers entire spectrum where lawlessness ran rampant when gold with the discovery of silver and fights over mining claims were settled in the streets rather in the courts as found in this complete and unusual western magazine
EM QUADS BASEBALL TEAM * - 1880 - LOCATION: CA, HA, MO, NY. Pictured 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.
EMANCIPATION DAY - (also known as Demus Day) - Named in 1880 Era History entitled "Nicodemus - "The Promised Land" - the story of a Kansas town founded by a Tennessee Black Slave named Benjamin "Pap" Singleton - called the "Moses of the Colored Exodus". This is lost Black American history in this rediscovered magazine.
EMBICK, Stanley D., Major General. * - 1936 -Honored with the distinction of being awarded the position of Deputy Chief of Staff of the U. S. Army, he is pictured in article entitled "DEPUTY CHIEF OF ARMY STAFF", whose resume is points out his extensive military background as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
EMBREE, Elisha, Mrs, (THE SANCTIFICATIONISTS OF BELTON, TEXAS, Featured Story, Old Western Slick Enamel Cover Magazine)
EMBREE, John H. * Sergeant (College Point, Long Island – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
EMDEN, (German Cruiser) Captain Von MUELLER, Karl * - 1918 - Pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing his Command of the German Cruiser Emden and his exploits at sea. Following his capture, he was taken to Australia and hailed as a hero as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
EMERALD MINE mentioned in "The Day The Tombstone Drowned", by Arizona Bob Kubista
EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION DIRECTOR GENERAL - SCHWAB, Charles M. * - 1918 - Pictured and written about in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing his new duties as Director General of the Emergency Fleet Corporation as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
EMERSON, George mentioned in "Mystery of The Lost Lemon Mine" article from old western magazine
EMERSON, Harvey - 1880 era. Named in historical story entitled "Alex Polson - From Gold Miner to Millionaire Lumberman who came to make his fortune in the gold mines, and it took a long time before he understood that there was gold in the virgin forests of the Pacific Northwest as published in this complete western magazine.
EMERSON, Isaac, Captain - 1933 - Named as his famous great-great-grandson of Cornelius Vanderbilt (who was lost on the Lusitania) as featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined INHERITOR OF MILLIONS, NO. 2 as the story recites the life of this young American as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
EMERSON, J. T., county jailer, mentioned or described in "Tom Mix Frontier Bartender" by Sam Henderson as written up in an old western magazine covering the life of Tom Mix.
EMERSON, John, Doctor - 1780 - 1880 era. Western Frontier of Minnesota. Named in history entitled FORT SNELLING - GIBRALTAR OF THE WEST by Joan Kyllo who recites the rich past of one of America's most valuable outposts from the days of founding by Zebulon Pike to the construction by Colonel Josiah Snelling as found in this seldom read western magazine.
EMERSON, Kendall, Mrs., * - 1931 - Pictured and written about in article entitled "FIFTY YEARS AT SMITH COLLEGE" in a collage of pictures and text remembering the old days. Includes picture of Dramatic Club Scene, the Chemistry class of 1889, Celebration of the Semi-Centennial Alumnae and the first basketball squad of Smith College as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
EMERSON, R. W., Mrs. (Helen Hunt Jackson 1885 Feature News Story, Century Magazine)
EMERSON, Ralph W. - 1850's. Location: CA, MA. Named in Maverick Before The Mast. Here is Biography of the life and times of Richard Henry Dana, Jr. by Stephanie Cooper Shulsinger who reports that Dana sailed from Boston to San Francisco when the life of a seaman on a sailing was little better than that of a dog. Later he wrote Two Years Before the Mast and it was an instant success and then begin his career as a lawyer as found in this unusual western magazine.
EMERSON, Ralph Waldo - 1864 era - Location CA. MA. Named in true story entitled THE PREACHER WHO SAVED CALIFORNIA'S SOUL by William Wingfield who writes that California was going the way of the Confederacy but a Boston preacher had left the Hollis Street Unitarian Church for a similar position in San Francisco and what he found there, disgusted him to the point of taking on the Confederate sympathizers and really, saving California for the Union as related in this extremely rare, complete seldom found western magazine
EMERSON, T. H., *- Colonel - Engineers - G-3, Fifth Army Corps - 1919 - Pictured with the Commanding General of the Fifth Army Corps, Maj. General Charles P. Summerall in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with his staff officers and division leaders as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
EMERSON, T. L. * - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled OFF ON A LONG HIKE is this World War One veteran who will try to walk across the continent from Atlanta to Los Angeles in record breaking time of 87 days as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
EMERSON, William K. B., Jr. * Lieutenant, (New York City –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
EMERY, Edward * - 1923 - Pictorial review with text of play entitled "A LESSON IN LOVE", a comedy which played at 39th Street Theatre, New York City showing pictures of stars and supporting cast as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
EMERY, John G.,. * - 1921 - Native of Grand Rapids, Michigan has been named as the new Commander of the American Legion.
EMERY, Joseph W., Jr. * Lieutenant (Quincy, Illinois -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
EMERY, Katherine * - 1934 - Pictured and written up as star of "Strangers At Home" in article entitled "New Stage and Screen Attractions on Broadway as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Single page is 9 3/4 by 13 1/4 inches.
EMERY, Sam - 1900 era - Port Angeles, Washington Territory location. Named in "Rice, Dice and Lichee Nuts" by Genevieve H. Miller writing about Chinese settlers who came to America, the Promised Land, only to find that those who crossed the wrong ocean to get here had some trouble as published in this complete, rare, old western magazine.
EMERYVILLE RACE TRACK, San Francisco, California - 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.
EMHKE, Howard* - 1923 - Pictured celebrating his no-hitter pitching feat for the Boston Red Sox team in a collage of photographs of baseball stars as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
EMIGRANT GAP - 1880 era - California. Named in history of the advancement of pacer-mining from the puny cradle to the powerful "monitor" used in the hydraulic mines to tear down and wash off high banks of gold-bearing gravel as found in this rare western magazine. Hydraulic Mining in California by Talieslin Evans w engravings.
EMIGRANT SPRINGS RESTURANT * - 1917 era. Location: Death Valley". Named in story of Explorer Harvey Hardy who was hired to find lead in Death Valley. He found an old Frenchman named John LeMoigne who discovered lead in the Cottonwood Canyon section of the Panamint Mountains and followed his tracks in an Overland Touring Car Model 75 B. This is a chronicle of that trip as published in this complete rare western magazine
EMIGRANT TRAIL - 1850 Era - Named in INCIDENT AT TRAGEDY SPRINGS by Ferol Egan 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.
EMIGRANT TRAIN'S LOST MINE mentioned in "Ben Smith's Mystery Mine" article from old western magazine
EMIGRANT'S ATTACKED BY THE COMANCHE'S - 1830 - 40 era, Site: TX, Mexico. Painting in story entitled "HE MADE THE COLT PISTOL WORK" by Curtis Bishop was writes that Sam Colt was a struggling, unknown gunsmith until Sam Walker submitted plans to improve his gun that became famous throughout the west as found in this old and complete western magazine.
EMILO, Captain - 1863 - Location: Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Named in story entitled "The Black Heroes of Battery Wagner" by Michael S. Colin who writes of a little known Black American War hero, Sergeant Louis "Smokejack" Douglas, of the Negro 54th Brigade and his heroic action as reported in the western magazine.
EMIR FEISAL 1917 Collage of pictures entitled "Province in Arabia That Has Been Wrested From Turkey.
EMKE, Howard, * formerly of the Philadelphia Athletics - 1927 - Pictured in article entitled "SOME REAL DOPE ON BASEBALL" shown with the University of Pennsylvania baseball players as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
EMMA GOLDMAN IN HER RED DAYS * - 1925 - Photo in story entitled "Sweetened Reds and Rebels of Yesteryear as found in this old American News Magazine. Cites leaders of the Workers of the World and their fight for better health care, freedom from want and better living wages.
EMMA MILLER MINE mentioned in "Silver Creek Reminiscences", by: Jean-Michael Moore
EMMA MINE mentioned in "Bill Stewart…Nevada's Silver Chief"
EMMANUEL II, Victor * - 1921 - Pictured and written about at the meeting with GARIBALDI which helped unify Italy as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EMMANUEL II, Victor, First King of Italy * - 1921 - Pictured as major figure in article entitled GROWTH OF THE KINGDOM OF ITALY FROM IT UNIFICATION UNDER VICTOR EMMANUEL IITO THE TREATY OF RAPALLO 1920 as saved from this old double page American pictorial magazine..
EMMANUEL III, Victor, Present King of Italy * - 1921 - Pictured as major figure in article entitled GROWTH OF THE KINGDOM OF ITALY FROM IT UNIFICATION UNDER VICTOR EMMANUEL IITO THE TREATY OF RAPALLO 1920 as saved from this old double page American pictorial magazine..
EMMANUEL, King Victor * - PICTORIAL WORLD WAR I "ITALY'S HEROES WILDLY ACCLAIMED IN ITALY'S CAPITAL."
EMMANUEL, King Victor ( ITALY'S VICTOR EMMANUEL'S QUEEN, Scribner's Magazine March 1871)
EMMANUEL, Victor * (1936 ETHOPIA'S EMPERORS & ITALIAN ROYALTY, Major News Magazine1936)
EMMET, Robert - Attorney - 1830 - 1860 - Named in story entitled GUN KING OF THE WEST by Lee A. Silva who says Sam Colt could've had it all - the entire U.S. Gun Making business - except for one fateful day in 1855 when he picked the wrong man to throw out of his office. Fantastic true story as found in the complete and seldom found Western Magazine
EMMET, W. L. * Doctor - 1923 Inventor w General Electric. Featured article entitled "Quick Silver Puts A Kick in Steam" in National American magazine.
EMMETT, IDAHO * - 1890 - 1900 era. Location: ID. Named in story entitled HELL RAISERS ON THE PAYETTE CANAL by Alma Hanson who writes of the construction by the Payette irrigation and Water Power company and history of the trouble involved in the construction as found in this old, complete western magazine
EMMETT, "Dashing Charlie" - 1840 - 90 era. Location: Pioneer United States. Named in story entitled HERO MAKER OF THE WILD WILD WEST by Raymond W. Thorp who was a news-maker who lined up the hero's of the pioneer west, put the Indians in their sights, and made the dime novel synonymous with adventure as found in this old complete western magazine
EMMONS, Harold H. Commissioner of Police - Detroit, Michigan. 1930 DETROIT'S MURDEROUS ELECTION CLIMAX
EMORY, Charles. - Pioneer West Era. Location - Western United States. Named in story entitled CATTLE KINGS by George A. Wallis who writes of the lives of those men who took two elements - livestock and the range - each as wild as the other and refused to quit until they established the great ranches of the west as published in this old western magazine. Part 1
EMORY, G. H. H. * Major, (Baltimore, Maryland -WW 1 Honor Roll -Killed in Action)
EMORY, Maj.,* - 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..."
EMORY, William H., Col. 1820 -1880 era. Location - Western United States First Calvary - 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..."
EMORY, William H., Colonel (Union Army) * - 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.
EMORY, William H., General, lst U. S. Cavalry - 1860 Era - Referred to in story entitled "The Hero Of The Battle Of The Lightning Bugs" by E. H. Brewington, the story of the reputed first engagement of the battle of Civil War in Oklahoma territory. A complete western magazine that is very rare.
EMORY, William H., General - 1870 era - Location; New England, NY, NB, WY, UT. Named in story entitled PROFESSOR MARSH GOES WEST: THE YALE EXPEDITION which tells of the first American specialist in paleontology, Professor O. C. Marsh and his venture in search of old dinosaur bones as found in the rare and complete western magazine.
EMORY, William H., Lt. Colonal - 1830 - 70 era. Location CA, CN, KA, TX - Named in story entitled "He Broke the Chisholm Trail" by Glenn Shirley which reports the life and times of one of the west's early pioneers who who didn’t get a trail named after him but achieved notable success in the early 1850-70’s selling horses and cattle, His most notable success was following the Civil War when he bought Texas Longhorns and established a cattle route to Abilene, Kansas as found in this western magazine.
EMORY, William, Commander - 1925 - Commander of America's most gallant craft, THE BEAR, written about in an article entitled "THE SHIP THAT SAVED THE GREELY EXPEDITION COMES INTO PORT" as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine
EMPERESS ZITA * - 1921 - Hungarian ex- Royalties Charles and Zita pictured after being transported to a permanent exile as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EMPERESS ZITO OF HUNGARY * - 1921 - Portrait picture in article entitled FAILURE OF CHARLES TO WIN HUNGARIAN THRONE which goes into detail the futile effort of Charles to regain his Hungarian throne as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
EMPEROR CHARLES * - 1921 - Hungarian ex- Royalties Charles and Zita pictured after being transported to a permanent exile in Madeira as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EMPEROR CHARLES OF HUNGARY * - 1921 - Portrait picture in article entitled FAILURE OF CHARLES TO WIN HUNGARIAN THRONE which goes into detail the futile effort of Charles to regain his Hungarian throne as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
EMPEROR HAILE SELASSIE OF ETHIOPIA * - 1936 - Daughter of Emperor Haile Selassie is pictured in article entitled " HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS TSAHAI " pictured following entry into service at the Children's Hospital in London in weekly feature PERSONALITIES IN THE NEWS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. .
EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA-HUNGARY - 1870 - 1890 - Location - United States. Named in story entitled RIFLE KING by Raymond W. Thorp of one of the greatest rifle shots of the old west, William F. "Doc" Carver * and his feats and exploits with the Winchester Rifle he had made a household word and received the accolade of "Champion Shot of the World and Our Best Salesman" from Oliver F. Winchester as published in this old and complete western magazine
EMPEROR OF NORFOLK, ( Thoroughbred Horse), Named in "Spokane, The West's Great Horse" by H. McDonald Clarke, article from old western magazine about 1889 Kentucky Derby Winner.
EMPEROR'S PALACE * - Peking, China - 1917 - Pictorial collage entitled "Picturesque Peking, Scene of Turmoil" showing various treasures.
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING * - 1931 - Picture entitled THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING AS A GIGANTIC LIGHTING ROD; A MODEL OF THE WORLD'S TALLEST BUILDING as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING * - Award received by Designer William F. Lamb as noted in a collage of photos of winners of awards in the NEW YORK ARCHITECTURAL SHOW OF 1931 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EMPIRE STATE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION AND EDISON PHONOGRAPH AD * - 1920 - Advertisement entitled "The Phonograph With A Soul" where singer Mario Laurenti of the Metropolitan Opera company competed by singing against one of his own records before the new York State Association.
EMPRESS CONSOLIDATED MINING COMPANY STOCK OF INDIANPOLIS, INDIANA * - 1890 - 1910 CIRCA - Story entitled " Getting On A Big Bonnaza" a look at the days when "dividend dreams' wound up as wallpaper but now some of these are Collector's Items in rare western magazine.
EMPRESS JAUDITU * - 1930 - Death reported in Article entitled "Abyssinia's King of Kings" as saved from this old American News Magazine.
EMPRESS OF IRELAND SUNK * - 1914 - Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Irving are pictured and written about in article about their death entitled Laurence Irving who were returning from a Canadian tour to produce a play on Napoleon when lost on the Empress of Ireland in the waters as saved from this old American News Magazine.
EMPRESS OF MANCHURIA * - 1934 - Pictured is Elizabeth Pu Yi as the wife of the Emperor of Manchuria who was educated by American women, daughters of a Philadelphia Congregational missionary as featured in weekly article entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this American Magazine.
EMPRESS THEODORA * - 1921 - Movie flyer headlined THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD HAS BEEN WRITTEN IN LIVE STORIES AND THIS IS ONE OF THEM presented by GOLDWIN at the Astor Theatre, Broadway and Forty-fifth Street in New York as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
EMSWILER, Henry F. * Corporal (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania –WW 1 Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
EN DA, ("white boy"), "Nine Years Among the Indians - 1870-79" by Herman Lehmann, who was captured by the Indians and learned their ways and fought for them against the Americans, Mexicans and Texas Rangers. Fascinating old pioneer history. Editor calls this the best of all "Indian" stories every written as published in two old western magazines.
ENAMORADO, Elvira , Miss * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled WHERE LANGUOROUS BREEZES WOO THE SMILING EARTH. She has been chosen Queen of Beauty for the New Year's Fruit and Flower Festival held in Miami, Florida as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 16 inches.
ENATAI INN. * - 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.
ENCINIAS, David of Tecolote, New Mexico. - 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.
END (Thoroughbred Horse) * - 1922 - Winner of the horse race at Hawthorne Race Track, Chicago is pictured in article entitled "THRILLING BATTLE FOR SUPREMACY BY BLOODED HORSES" as saved from an old American Pictorial collage.
END OF THE TRAIL, YUKON - 1890 – 1940’s. Location AZ, Canada, Mexico, MT, NM, TX. Named in LEGENDARY TOM THREEPERSONS by Mary’N Rosson with her photos with tales of this great American frontiersman. Threepersons excelled in everything he did – tracker, Mountie, cowboy, lawman, Marshal, scout. He was an intelligent scout for Pershing chasing Pancho Villa. His was a life of adventure on the western frontier as told in the western magazine
ENDEAVOUR * - 1934 - Pictured on cover entitled THE AMERICA'S CUP CHALLENGER OUTSTRIPS HER RIVALS showing T. O. M. Sopwith's Yacht racing before a stiff breeze in competition with the Velsheda.
ENDEAVOUR * - 1934 - Pictured on cover is photo entitled THE GALLERY FOR THE AMERICA'S CUP RACES OFF NEWPORT as a flotilla of 500 craft followed Rainbow and Endeavour in their first test.
ENDEAVOUR *, THE BOAT OF SOPWITH, T. O. M. - His boat Endeavour shown in article entitled THE HULL THAT CARRIES THE HOPES OF BRITISH YACHTSMEN as saved from this American Pictorial magazine
ENDERT, Joseph mentioned in "Kill Them All…Kill Them Fast!", by: A. Fitzgerald
ENDERTON, Martha * - 1922 - American Actress - Pictorial collage entitled "Actresses and Striking Scenes in Current Theatrical Productions.
ENDICOTT, H. H. * - 1920 - (Milton, Mass) Pictured and named as one of President's appointees to Labor Conference as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
ENDLESS CAVERN, NEWMARKET, VIGINIA, * - 1921 - Endless Caverns pictured as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
ENDRESS, Captain George . * - 1932 - Pilot pictured and named in article headlined TRANSATLANTIC VISITOR IN A CORN FIELD OF HUNGARY: THE AIRPLANE JUSTICE FOR HUNGARY in article entitled GREAT AIRPLANE HIGHLIGHTS OF A YEAR OF GREAT AERIAL FEATS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine...
ENDRESS, George, Captain, * - 1931 - Pictured in article entitled TWO WHO FLEW ACROSS THE ATLANTIC WITHOUT EVER GLIMPSING IT with his partner Captain Alexander Magyar in their plane "Justice for Hungary" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
ENDURANCE SHIP SOUTH POLE EXPEDITION OF SHACKLETON, Sir Ernest * - 1917 - Pictorial collage of first photos entitled "REMARKABLE PHOTOGRAPHS OF SIR ERNEST SHACKLETON'S HISTORIC SOUTH POLE EXPEDITION IN WHICH HIS SHIP ENDURANCE WAS LOST" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
ENGEL, Florence, Miss * - 1931 - Pictured at the General Electric School of Lighting at Nela Park, Cleveland with a sample of a small and large flash bulb as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
ENGEL, Gladys (Miss) * - 1923 - Noted American Aviatrix.
ENGLEHARDT, Alexander, Professor * - - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled AMERICA'S PERFECT SPECIMEN George Walsh is pictured with Professor Alexander Englehardt, German Sculptor as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
ENGELS, Arthur C. * Lieutenant, (Brooklyn, New York -WW 1 Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
ENGERMAN, Jeanne * - 1890 - 1940 era. Named in famed Photographer Curtis Asahel's story entitled "CHRONICLER OF THE NORTHWEST" by Richard Frederick with breathtaking pictures of his unbelievable photographs as found in this expensive, enamel paged slick western magazine in mint condition.
ENGINE NO. 1001 AT CRUSH, TEXAS * - 1896 era - Location: TX. Pictured and named in history entitled " TRAIN WRECK" by Frank Barnes of real stunt of crashing two railroad trains together. It was some kind of event. Thousands came to witness the collision of two trains crashing head on. Tremendous success so much so that movie is being made as we speak. Items from crash appeared on Antique Road Show. Great Story and hard to find as published in this old, seldom found, complete western magazine.
ENGINE NO. 999 AT CRUSH, TEXAS * - 1896 era - Location: TX. Pictured and named in history entitled " TRAIN WRECK" by Frank Barnes of real stunt of crashing two railroad trains together. It was some kind of event. Thousands came to witness the collision of two trains crashing head on. Tremendous success so much so that movie is being made as we speak. Items from crash appeared on Antique Road Show. Great Story and hard to find as published in this old, seldom found, complete western magazine.
ENGINEERING NEWS - UDSON RIVER TUNNEL * - 1904 - Pictured in article entitled "TUNNEL-BUILDING EXTRAORDINARY" courtesy of Engineer News which relates the problems and progress of construction activity of the Hudson River Tunnel as saved from this American News Magazine 102 years old.
ENGINEERS CLUB OF ST. LOUIS - 1928 - Article entitled "Tornado Proof Buildings" as published and saved from this old American magazine of 1928.
ENGLAND, James P. * Sergeant, (Springville, Alabama -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action),
ENGLE, Earl T. (Doctor at Columbia University) mentioned in Alexander Graham Bell story -1942 Experiment with Twin Sheep as featured in National News Mag
ENGLE, Edward - 1850 - 60 era. Location: Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, California. Stepfather of author named in story entitled "DEATH RIDE OF AN ARGONAUT" by Ed Earl Repp tells of the hopes and dreams of those that challenged the sea to get to the California hills to search for gold as published in this old, complete western magazine
ENGLEBRECHT, Gustavus (First Sailor to die in Pacific Action) mentioned in 1923 Era - "Port Gamble - The Company Town That's Still Working" by Roger Rappoport - an American Story of a Typical Mill Town.
ENGLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY GOLF CLUB - 1924 - Cyril Walker featured in Pictorial collage as the NEW NATIONAL OPEN GOLF CHAMPION in scenes at the match where this Golf Professional of the Englewood Golf Club won the national title at Birmingham, Michigan as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
ENGLISH GALLEY* - 1904 - Pictured and named in this history entitled EARLY AMORCLADS by Major C. Field of Glenmore, England with detailed text and pictures of the various type of armour used in the early days to protect ships as saved from this 101 year old American magazine.
ENGLISH POET, HOPE, Laurence * - 1907 - English poet pictured and written about in the Letters and Art Section entitled "WOMAN'S VIEWPOINT IN POETRY" whose world "is bound to fascinate those who diligently inquire into the modern mind, and who love to grasp the elusive psychology of the present" written after her death and saved from this old American News Magazine
ENGLISH RIVIERA* - 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.
ENGLISH, J. W.. 1870 - 1900 - Killed in the Cimarron, Kansas Battle 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.
ENGLISH, Levi, Captain Mounted Volunteers * - 1820 – 1900’s. TX – Named in rare history chronicled in story entitled “THE TUMLINSONS – TEXAS RANGERS” by Lucille Latham White. Story involves the Tumlinson family history in early pioneer days of Texas. Seldom found unusual facts, names and pictures of the Texas Ranger lawman organization as found in this old western magazine.
ENGRAVER WILL CRAWFORD * (America's Most Famous Western Engraver) - 1920 era - Subject of story entitled "Will Crawford: Wizard of Pen and Ink". Lots of engravings with text of Crawford's relationship with Charlie Russell, Frederick Remington and other history of America's most popular engraver as published in old western magazine.
ENGRAVINGS OF HYDRAULIC MINING * - 1880 era - California. Pictured in history of the advancement of pacer-mining from the puny cradle to the powerful "monitor" used in the hydraulic mines to tear down and wash off high banks of gold-bearing gravel as found in this rare western magazine. Hydraulic Mining in California by Talieslin Evans w engravings.
ENGSTROM, Elton (ESKIMO PAINTINGS of KIVETORUK MOSES, American Hardback Magazine 1975)
ENGSTROM, Karl - 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
ENID, Oklahoma mentioned or described in "Tom Mix Frontier Bartender" by Sam Henderson as written up in an old western magazine covering the life of Tom Mix.
ENIS Major of Federal Forces mentioned in "Gun-Toting Female Killer"
ENIS Major of Federal Forces mentioned in "Gun-Toting Female Killer"
ENNIS, James Seferen, Jr. * Lieutenant (Fordham University, New York - WW 1 - Honor Roll - Killed in Airplane Accident)
ENNIS, Professor, Fordham University, New York.
ENNON, Jr., Thomas - 1924 - Pictured is Girl Scout Miss Margaret L. Oswald of Scranton, Pennsylvania who received the Carnegie Medal for saving a companion Thomas Eynon, Jr., from drowning at Lake Coxton, Pennsylvania as named in article saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches
ENOS Paiute (Interpreter) - 1860's era - Site: Arizona. Indian named in "Jacob and the Mormon Murder" by Earl Spendlove. The story of Jacob Hamblin's mission to take missionaries to spend a year with the Hopi Indians which ended in tragedy as published in this old, rare, seldom found and complete western magazine
ENOS, (unknown first name) - 1850 - 80 - Location - Oregon. Former Freemont guide named in story of Ben Wright entitled Good Man Turned Rogue" by Marie Schlotfeldt which relates story of one of the greatest of Indian killers. From the time he joined wagon train for Oregon, his name is mentioned as the heroes of a hundred bloody battles and the greatest Indian fighter the Pacific Northwest had ever known as found in this seldom found western magazine.
ENRIGHT, New York Chief of Police * - 1923 - Pictured in article entitled POLICE FORCE CONTRIBUTION TO LOUVAIN LIBRARY presenting a $10,000 check to President Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia University as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. In mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
ENRIGHT, New York Police Commissioner * - circa 1920 - pictured parading in New York in their annual parade.
ENRIGHT of NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL TEAM * - 1925 - Pictured and named in double page article entitled LONG RUNS and FRENZIED SCRIMMAGES FEATURE GRIDIRON BATTLES NORTH, SOUTH, EAST and WEST pictorial story headlined GETTING CLOSER TO THE GOAL LINE as Enright of Notre Dame makes ground in Notre Dame Victory over Georgia Tech 13 - 0 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
ENRIGHT, Thomas F. * "Our Boys First Brush With The Enemy". One of first three Americans killed in Action in WWI.
ENRIGHT, Thomas F. * - 1917 - Pictorial article entitled "Burial of First American Soldiers to Fall in France" showing burial site in France along with two others.
ENRIGHT, Thomas F. * Private (Pittsburgh, Penn., - WW 1 Honor Roll - One of first three Americans killed in Action in WWI)
ENRIGHT, Thomas F., Private * - 1921 - (of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) His Chief of Staff of the U. S. Army, General John J. Pershing paying tribute to the memory of 7,204 American soldier dead at a memorial service held at Pier 4, Hoboken, N. NJ. Pictured are the caskets of the first three Americans Killed under the Stars and Stripes in World War I including GRESHAM'S as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
ENRIGHT, W. J., "Pat". * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an American News Magazine. Featured in CARTOONISTS AS THEY SEE THEMSELVES -- he was born in Chicago and studied architecture at Armour Institute Technology and Art Institute switching to illustration at the Chicago Daily News and New York Globe.
ENSOR, Charlie mentioned in "Harry Tracy, The West's Mad Killer" article from old western magazine
ENTERPRISE (steamboat) mentioned in "Death On The River", by: Bob Young
ENTERPRISE * America Cup Victor 1930 - Old Sailing Cup History of Sir Harold Vanderbilt's Enterprise over Sir Thomas Lipton Shamrock V.
ENTITLED TO KILL * - 1805 era. Location: KY, TN. Story of Andrew Jackson, or Old Hickory who was pushed into a duel he had desperately tried to avoid with story of facts and weapons of duel of Andrew Jackson- later to become President of the United States as found in this old complete western magazine
ENTRIKIN, Samuel J.- 1891. Location: Artic. Named as member of "THE PEARY RELIEF EXPEDITION" by Angelo Heilprin with drawing by Frank W. Stokes citing the facts and details of the expedition inc. crew members and their duties as published in this unusual, complete western magazine
ENTWISTLE, Peg * - 1931 - Pictured in a scene from the "JUST TO REMIND YOU", playing at the BroadhurstTheatre in the weekly featured IN NEW ATTRACTIONS OF THE BROADWAY STAGE as saved from this American pictorial magazine
EONAH - PAH - Indian mentioned in "Night of the Red Moon" article from old western magazine
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