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FORTER, Emma E., - 1850 - 1900 era. Location - KA.- Named as author of History of Marshall County, Kansas in story entitled "I DON'T WANT NONE OF YOUR WEEVILY WHEAT" who writes of the life and times of Perry Hutchinson and the genealogical history of the Hutchinson surname and, importantly, the chronological history of the area around Marshal County, Kansas as published in the old and complete western magazine
FORTESQUE, Granville, Major, U. S. Army - - 1918 - Story entitled "Making Soldiers in Dixie" -- report of training soldiers for WWI.
FORTESQUE, Lt. Texas Cattleman; former Rough Riders mentioned in "He Bagged 'Em Bare-Handed", by Vera Holding
FORTEVIOT - 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.
FORTNER, Cul - 1870 - 80: Location, MO, TN - Author Raymond W. Thorp tells of finding manuscripts in an old trunk. with picture of famous outlaws of the old west inc., Jesse James *, Frank James * and Fletcher Taylor * which story he wrote in article he named RABBIT-MAN OF HUMPHREYS COUNTY as published here in this complete western magazine
FORTRESS AT KUESTRIN, PRUSSIA * - 1920 - Pictured in article entitled GERMANY'S LIBERATED MARSHAL, POLITICAL LEADERS AND FORTS DEMOLISHED AT ALLIES' COMMAND as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FORTRESS MONROE * - 1924 - U. S. Artillery School picture entitled "The Thunderous Bark of a Dog of War".
FORTRESS MONROE - 1854. LOCATION: AK AZ CA LA 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.
FORTS OF THE UNITED STATES WORLD WAR I * - 1918 - Showing Commanders of major forts in pictorial text and map of Army Training Camps entitled WHERE THE NEW FIGHTING FORCES OF AMERICA ARE BEING TRAINED FOR WARFARE ON LAND AND SEA AND IN THE AIR with pictures of Commanders and names of Camps as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FORTUNA, CALIFORNIA FOURTH OF JULY * - Fortuna, California. Story entitled "PARADES, PARTIES, PICNICS; A REAL WESTERN FOURTH OF JULY as pictured in a collage of photos as published in this old and complete western magazine
FORTUNA LEGEND, BODIE'S * - Circa 1850 - 1932 - Site New York, California. The story of Goldtown U. S. A. by Bob Hooe - the story of the history of Bodie, California and its days as the most lawless, wildest and toughest mining camp in the Far West. During it's heyday there were 10,000 people and forty saloons on Maiden Lane and Virgin Alley. Great story of a real old west mining town as saved from an old complete western magazine.
FORTUNA LODGE - Circa 1850 - 1932 - Site New York, California. Named in BODIE'S FORTUNA LEGEND: Goldtown U. S.A. by Bob Hooe - the story of the history of Bodie, California and its days as the most lawless, wildest and toughest mining camp in the Far West. During it's heyday there were 10,000 people and forty saloons on Maiden Lane and Virgin Alley. Great story of a real old west mining town as saved from an old complete western magazine.
FORTUNA STRAITS - 1930 era. Location – Pacific Coast. Named in story entitled “The Legend of Alexander Peihle” who writes of the life and times of an old sea-faring saloon keeper who supplied his patrons with bootleg whiskey as saved from this old and complete western magazine.
FORTUNATO, Nick (Fruit Dealer, New York) "Grand Central's 100 Grand Grand Swindle" by Alan Hynd. Hilarious story of the Fortunato brothers who bought into an attempt to turn the information booth into a fruit stand.
FORTUNATO, Tony (Fruit Dealer, New York) "Grand Central's 100 Grand Grand Swindle" by Alan Hynd. Hilarious story of the Fortunato brothers who bought into an attempt to turn the information booth into a fruit stand.
FORTUNE - British Ship lost as written up in "The Real Story Of Jutland" as published in 1926 in this American News Mag.
FORTY MILE CREEK, (gold mining camp), referred to in "Over The Chilkoot Pass to the Yukon" by Frederick Funston, w map and pictures of expedition in 1893 to the gold mining camp at Forty Mile Creek as written in rarely found western magazine article.
FORTY MILE POST - Mentioned in "The Three R's at Circle City" By: Anna Fulcomer , a story of the Yukon in 1896.
FORTY NINER'S PADDLE WHEELERS * - 1865 - California. Paddle Wheeler named in true history entitled "DEATH ON THE SACREMENTO" by Leo Rosenhouse - The discovery of Gold by the Forty-niners brought a demand for newly built and lavish steamboats and sidewheelers. Unfortunately, many of the boilers on these new boats were defective and here the author chronicles all the boats plying their trade --listing the ultimate explosions when caused the days of the paddle wheelers to became extinct as published in this rarely found Western magazine.
FORTY SECOND "RAINBOW" DIVISION INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army.
FORYSTH, George A. *(Lieutenant Colonel)- 1870 - 90 era - Named in Biographical history of John Burrell OMOHUNDRO entitled "Texas Jack" by S. Bloom, the story of a Confederate Scout and Spy for J.E.B. Stuart and cowboy who turned showman as published in this rare western magazine.
FORYSYTH, George S., Major - (Bvt. Colonel) - U. S. Indian War Era. Location, Western U. S. Named in story entitled "MESSENGER TO THE INDIANS" by Joseph W. Snell whom the author says was called by General George Custer the perfect scout in horsemanship, fearless in manner, a splendid hunter and a gentleman by instinct as found in this old and complete western magazine.
FORYSYTH, Thomas, Major - 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.
FORZANO, Giovacchino * - 1934 - Pictured and Named in movie Review of Mussolini's Drama in Film Form "HUNDRED DAYS" as history is re-enacted in the most authentic of settings as saved from this old American Pictorial magazines.
FOSDICK, Jay Donner Party mentioned in Across the Plains in the Donner Party (1846), by Virginia Reed Murphy
FOSHEE, Malcolm * - 1922 - Tennessee 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
FOSKEY, Lorraine * - Represent Toledo, Ohio at Atlantic City Beauty Contest of 1922.
FOSS, Edwin A. * Corporal (Coeur d’Alene, Idaho –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
FOSSETT, William D. "Bill" United States Marshall, mentioned and described in "Tom Mix Frontier Bartender" by Sam Henderson as written up in an old western magazine covering the life of Tom Mix.
FOSSETT, William D., "Bill" - 1880 - 90 era Location: Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Chief Deputy U. S. Marshalamed in story entitled "THE GREAT TECUMSEH BANK ROBBERY" of a vicious killer, a shrewd sheriff and a band of cunning convicts who gambled for the highest stake of all as found in an extremely rare western magazine which is in excellent and complete condition.
FOSSIL CREEK ATTACK ” - 1850 - 1900 era - Named in story entitled THE FIGHT AT FOSSIL CREEK by J. L. Beardsley who tells of the attacks of Cheyenne Chiefs Tall Bull and Roman Nose on the workmen of the Union Pacific Railway in Kansas as found in this old western magazine
FOSSIL CREEK, KANSAS ” - 1850 - 1900 era - Named in story entitled THE FIGHT AT FOSSIL CREEK by J. L. Beardsley who tells of the attacks of Cheyenne Chiefs Tall Bull and Roman Nose on the workmen of the Union Pacific Railway in Kansas as found in this old western magazine.
FOSSIL FOREST OF ARIZONA * - 1914 - Article entitled THE FOSSIL FORREST OF ARIZONA with a sub title "Where the American Tourist Should Find Much to Interest Him" by George Pl. Merrill, Head Curator of Geology, United States national Museum as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOSSIL HUNTING * - Historical story by Professor Othniel C. Marsh written before his death that covered his trips to the Great West Here presented are two of the 5 chapters finished before his death along with pictures of his trips inc. photos of his 1871 Yale Expedition, the 1873 Expedition, etc.
FOSSIL, WYOMING - 1880-1900's era. Location: US. Site named in history of famous woman outlaw BELLE STARR entitled "When Women Held the Whip Hand" by Glen Shirley with pictures, posters, headline of newspapers, sidesaddle information on Belle Starr as published in this very rare and seldom found complete western magazine.
FOSTENED, William mentioned in "Denver and the Mountains of Gold" By: Barron Kemp
FOSTER * - 1923 - Member of New York Giant team that won the title in 1888 and 89 Pictured in article saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
FOSTER - (murderer of British Columbia) - 1850 - 80 era. Location: CA PA Canada. Named in story entitled CALIFORNIA'S PRINCE OF RASCALS by William B. Secrest who writes of the sordid hisoty of old time San Francisco, California politics - naming many characters involved as published in this old and complete western magazine.
FOSTER Stephen mentioned in "The First Colorado Mountain Man". As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
FOSTER, "Ol Man" - (Cabin Owner in East Texas) - 1870 era. Subject of "A Stranger Rode With The Posse" by Fred M. Truett. Fascinating tale of law's run in with Jesse James as published in this old western magazine.
FOSTER, "Sailor Jack" or "Happy Jack" - 1860 - 90 - Montana - Named in rare boxing article entitled EARLY MONTANA PRIZE FIGHTING by Jean M. Moore which tells of first fight in Montana through the 105 round battle for World's Championship between Joe Riley and Tom Foster as found in this very rare complete western magazine
FOSTER, * Governor (WOUNDED KNEE - MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER WEINERT, Old Western Featured Story)
FOSTER, Allen G. * Private (New Haven, Connecticut –WW 1 Honor Roll – Died of Accident)
FOSTER, Bell, 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.
FOSTER, Chairman of the House Committee on Mines and Mining * - 1914 - Article entitled The Colorado Slaughter -- historical coverage of the Ludlow, Colorado Miner's Massacre as saved from this old American News magazine. Fascinating report on the Rockefeller - Miner's conflict.
FOSTER, Claiborne * - 1920 - Pictured on cover is this star whose winning personality and striking beauty have won for her wide popularity.
FOSTER, Claiborne * - 1923 - Pictured as star is Claiborne Foster playing in "TWO FELLOWS AND A GIRL" as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
FOSTER, Claiborne * - 1927 - Pictured in article entitled "UNDER THE BRIGHT LIGHTS OF BROADWAY THEATER" in featured role of "SINNER", a Nickolas Murray production now playing at the Klaw Theater as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
FOSTER, Claiborne * - 1928 - Featured as star of one act play entitled TRYST in pictorial collage entitled NEW AND OLD FAVORITES OF THE BROADWAY STAGE as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
FOSTER, David B. * Corporal, (McKeesport, Penn. -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
FOSTER, Donald * - 1922 - Pictured are cast of "Thank-U" inc., Edith King and Donald Foster in article entitled Actresses and Climatic Scenes Occurring as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOSTER, Dutch - 1924 era - Location, CO, KA, NJ, NY, RI - Bareback rider named 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.
FOSTER, E. B. Fire Chief of Astoria Oregon mentioned in1922 Great Conflagration Sweeps Oregon's Oldest City.
FOSTER, Edward C., * - 1920 - Pictured is the star infielder of the Boston Red Sox in pictorial collage entitled "Baseball Stars of Whom Some Are Small in Stature as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
FOSTER, Elizabeth, 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.
FOSTER, George E., Sir * - 1919 - Canada's Peace Congress Delegate .
FOSTER, George H. * Fairmount, Indiana. WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action.
FOSTER, H. Clay, Vice Commodore* - 1931 - Pictured awarded winning trophy entitled A FOOTBALL STAR TRIUMPHS IN ANOTHER SPORT where Red Woodworth, the former 1930 Northwestern University Football team guard, won the Hudson River race as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOSTER, H. V. - (Oklahoma) 1890 era. Subject of true story entitled "Bartles Dug Deep for Black Gold" of Captain Jake Bartles of Bartlesville, Oklahoma who made success while others laughed at his efforts. He placed lights on the dusty streets of an Oklahoma town, strung wire on poles so people could "telephone", planted wheat where the chafe wasn't supposed to grow and then, struck Oil and made he and Oklahoma rich.
FOSTER, Hamilton K. * Captain, (New Rochelle, New York –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
FOSTER, Herbert - 1925 - Named in piece entitled All Ready For The Fatal Voyage as appeared in a history entitled "The Human Side of the Shenandoah Disaster" saved from an old American News Magazine. Excellent condition.
FOSTER, James F. - 1865 era - Location: DK Territory, MO, Named in story entitled NEWTON EDMONDS - TREATY MAKER OF DAKOTA reports on the life and times of Governor of Dakota Newton Edmonds who in formal clothes and silk hat, was fervently desirous of peace even it it mean losing his beautiful topper as published in this unique, old and complete western magazine.
FOSTER, Joe - 1882 - 1854 era. Site: Texas. Named in true story entitled JOHN FISHER, KING OF TEXAS who was a first class outlaw with an appetite for dandy clothes, silver plated pistols and leather boots. He had one other passion, Leopard Chaps and to get them he and his gang raided a circus, kidnapped the owner, killed the leopard and proceeded to have his chaps prepared for using as found in the unusual western magazine.
FOSTER, John C. * Corporal, (Greenfield, Illinois -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action),
FOSTER, John W., Mrs. * Late President of the Society. 1897 First Printing of History entitled "The Daughters of the American Revolution" by Carolyn Halstead.
FOSTER, Judge. - 1895 era - Judge of trial 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.
FOSTER, Laura, (1914 era – Location, California). Author of “Honeymoon in Hetch Hetchy.” Dorothy and Robert Duryea’s trip to Hetch Hetchy Valley at the time of America’s first major conservation crusade as published in this very expensively printed complete old western magazine.
FOSTER, Marion Lee * - 1931 - (of Junction City, Kansas) Pictured on front cover of national magazine with headline THE NATIONAL CHAMPION FARM BABY after she had won a contest sponsored by The American Farm Bureau Federation as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOSTER, Martha, 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.
FOSTER, Maximillian * - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled WITH THE NEW BOOKS as author of "Crooked" and review of this book as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
FOSTER, Ned - 1896 era - Referred to in historic, seldom found story entitled "The Night Wyatt Earp Almost KOed Boxing" by Gary Roberts. Pictures Earp, drawing of ring of Mechanics' Pavillion in San Francisco. controversial $10,000 Check covering great fight between "Fighting" Bob Fitzsimmons and "Sailor" Tom Sharkey.
FOSTER, Norman * - 1928 - Featured in THE RACKET with Marion Coakley in a collage of pictures entitled POPULAR PLAYERS OF THE METROPOLITAN THEATRE as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
FOSTER, Otto * Sergeant, (Arlington, Virginia -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
FOSTER, Philip (MURDER IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY - OREGON CITY, OREGON, Old Western Featured Story in Western Magazine)
FOSTER, Preston * - 1935 - American Actor starring and pictured in Movie Flyer with "Barbara Stanwyck in Annie Oakley" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
FOSTER, Private. Company C., - 1855 Era - Named in "Short Campaign of Lt. Slaughter" ( Lieutenant, U. S. Army, 2nd Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment) --- who wanted to put and end to Indian fighting but died trying as published in a complete and seldom found western magazine.
FOSTER, R. A. * Corporal, (Tarrytown, New York –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
FOSTER, R. S., General U. S. Army - written up in 1893 "The Bravest Deed I Ever Saw" by Brig. General John Gibbon - rare story of acts of courage by soldiers on the Indian front.
FOSTER, Stephen - 1895 - 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.
FOSTER, Stephen 1806 era - author of story of actual founder of Pike's Peak, only Captain Zebulon got the credit even though Pursley had been there a year earlier and planted a white cross as told in story entitled "The First Colorado Mountain Man" as published in this rare old western magazine.
FOSTER, Tom (Bannack * Nottingham, England) - 1860 - 90 - Montana - Named in rare boxing article entitled EARLY MONTANA PRIZE FIGHTING by Jean M. Moore which tells of first fight in Montana through the 105 round battle for World's Championship between Joe Riley and Tom Foster as found in this very rare complete western magazine.
FOSTER, William Mr. And Mrs. - 1850 era - Location: California, Oregon - Named in the "Saga of Peter Burnett". who took his family by wagon train to Oregon; went to the gold mining country in time to be elected first governor of California in 1849 as covered in this complete story published in this very rare old complete western magazine.
FOSTER, William Z. * - 1923 - Communist pictured and written about in the Features "Personal Glimpses" in an article entitled SOME BRIGHT RED COMMUNISTS --AND SPY K- 97. Relates history of activities of K - 97 whose real name was Frances Morrow who gained the confidence of the leaders of the Bolshevism in America. as saved from this American News Magazine.
FOSTER, William, - 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.
FOSTER-HARRIS, William Professor (THE PENITENTES OF New Mexico, Rarely found Pioneer Story, Western Magazine)
FOSTER'S BAR 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
FOUGHT, Charlie - Pioneer era - Named in story entitled "THE SECRET ARIZONA RANGERS" with listings of famous lawmen and their "outlaw" subjects. Many stories of captures, escapes, some funny and other tragic as published in this Special Issue of an old seldom found and rare western magazine.
FOULOIS, Benjamin D.,* 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.
FOULOIS, Benjamin D., Major-General * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an American News Magazine. He is Chief of the Army Air Corps and senior aviator in point of service. He was commander of the aerial forces in the Mexican campaign.
FOUNTAIN A.J. mentioned in "Deputy Marshal - Joe Morgan" - 1890 - 1920 era. True Story of politics and law enforcement in Dona County, New Mexico as published in this old rare and complete western magazine.. As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
FOUNTAIN, A. J. 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.
FOUNTAIN, Albert J., Attorney - 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.
FOUNTAIN, Lieutenant Samuel - 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.
FOUNTAIN, Mr. Colonel mentioned in "The Prodigal Gambler", by: Jay F. Kay
FOUR - H (4 - H) CLUBS * - 1961 - Pictorial text with pictures entitled "4-H Club Project in Pheasant Raising" by Wes Johns.
FOUR BEARS 1848 - 52. Location: IO, MO, MT, Dakota Territory. Named in story entitled "RUDOLPH KURZ" - THE WEST'S FORGOTTEN ARTIST by Wilfred T. Neil who writes that the author Rudolph Kurz was born in Switzerland and traveled to the United States to paint the west. His pictures lay unnoticed in a small museum in Bern until the late David L. Bushell, Jr., discovered them. Old, complete western magazine
FOUR GEORGIANS - Location - Montana - 1860 - 90 - location GA, MT - Named in story entitled "SAGA OF MILL FLAT" by Maurice Kildare with photos courtesy of Zula White Garino. Story's subject is Joseph A. White and his family, neighbors and kin and the area known as Mill Flat where mining and lumber camps dotted the area as written up in this complete western magazine.
FOUR - H CLUB * - 1932 - Pictured on cover as THE HEALTHIEST GIRL AND BOY IN AMERICA along with Ross Allen of West Virginia and Miss Dorothy Eiler of Minnesota at the National 4-H Club Contest. 10 by 14. Mint.
FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE * - 1920 - Pictorial collage review of this version of THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE showing stars and scenes as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOUR LAKES BATTLE * - 1860 era - Oregon, Washington on the Western Frontier. Named in the story entitled COLONEL WRIGHT'S BLOODY REVENGE which tells of the battle known as the Massacre of Steptoe Bluffs where the U. S. Army suffered the worst defeat of the Indian War and the resultant revenge the Army extracted as published in this hard to find and complete western magazine.
FOUR-MILE-BEACH , Jefferson, Texas - Mentioned in "Queen of the West" By: Al Eason, the history of the founding of Jefferson, Texas.
FOUR SONS * - 1928 - Pictured is JUNE COLLYER in FOUR SONS and as STAR OF THE SILVER SCREEN in pictorial collage entitled NEWS AND COMMENT RELATING TO MOTION PICTURES as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
FOURNIER, French General - 1926. Named in story entitled MATA HARI'S GHOST STILL RAISING HOB IN FRANCE which reports of the alleged conquest of Mata Hari of French Minister of the Interior, M. Jean Louis Malvy.
FOURNIER, Jacques- 1926 - Brooklyn baseball star named in featured story entitled "ROGERS HORNSBY'S MOTTO: PICK OUT THE GOOD ONES".- winner of the National League Batting Championship as saved from this old American Newsweek magazine. Four pages .
FOUR-POWER TREATY AND TERRITORY PACT - 1921 - Pictorial collage entitled "Signers of Four-Power Treaty and Territory Involved" with text and map of Governors and Delegates named and pictured as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine in mint condition. Single page is 11 by 16 inches.
FOURTEENTH (14th) BATTALION WW 1, CANADIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE * Picture of Homecoming Parade, Montreal 1919.
FOURTEENTH KANSAS CAVALRY - 1830 - 1900's era. Location: AR, OK. Named in story entitled "MAYSVILLE WAS A WHISKEY RUNNER'S HEAVEN" by Olevia E. Meyers who writes that those old stories of a line drawn in the sand (or on a floor) were sure true when surveyors discovered that the state line of Arkansas ran right through the middle of the town of Maysville, Arkansas making the the other side in the unregulated town of Oklahoma territory where liquor could be sold freely as published in this complete western magazine.
FOURTH (4th) ARTILLERY -- 1870 era - Location: Lava Bed, Northern California - Named in true historical story of the Modoc Indian war entitled SLAUGHTER ON THE LAVA BEDS by E. L. Zohan which was, man for man, the costliest one in American history. The sides came together under a flag of truce which both sides knew was a farce which quickly proved true as Captain Jack, leader of the Modocs, took the life of General E. R. S. Canby and all hell broke loose thereafter as related in this complete and seldom found western magazine.
FOURTH (4th) ARTILLERY, 1872 era. Written up in "THE WAR THE ARMY WOULD LIKE TO FORGET" by Samuel Stanley. Story of the Modoc War and the native Indians fight for their homeland and to live in piece.
FOURTH (4TH) BRIGADE, U. S. ARMY * - 1921 - Pictorial Collage entitled "Latest Photographs of the American Army of Occupation" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
FOURTH (4th) DIVISION INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army
FOURTH INTERNATIONAL FAIR, SAN ANTONIO - 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.
FOURTH (4TH) U. S. ARTILLERY - 1850 - 191- era. Site: Fort Churchill, Nevada, Utah. Named in this comprehensive history of FORT CHURCHILL named MILITARY GHOSTS ON THE CARSON by Neil Murbarger which relates the proud history of, arguably, the most important Fort on the pioneer western front. Great stories of the past as seldom read and published in this old western magazine.
FOURTH INFANTRY, Company C -U. S. ARMY - 1855 Era - Named in "Short Campaign of Lt. Slaughter" ( Lieutenant, U. S. Army, 2nd Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment) --- who wanted to put and end to Indian fighting but died trying as published in a complete and seldom found western magazine
FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN POSTERS * - 1918 - Drawing by E. M. Ashe, Howard Chandler Christy and V. Scott Williams as pictured in a collage of patriotic drawings as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition 11 by 16 inches
FOURTH (4TH) MARINE DIVISION * - 1945 - Site: Iwo Jima. Named in story entitled "The FLAG-RAISING ON IWO JIMA" by Richard Wheeler who tells the true story of a simple great photograph which has become an indelible symbol of the Marine Corps heroic fight for this Japanese Island. Names of all included in this great true story seldom found as published in this old American Hardback Magazine.
FOURTH PYRAMID *, 1932 - Pictorial Panorama entitled "The Fourth Pyramid": A NEW-OLD WONDER AT GIZEH. Discovered by Professor Selim Hassan, Director of the Egyptian University Excavations accompanied by Swedish Minister Baron De Bildt.
FOURTH U. S. CAVALRY, U. S. ARMY 1840 era - Site: Rio Grande Country, Texas - Named in story entitled STRANGE SAGA OF FORT CLARK by Louise Cheney Aver which includes history of the Fort which author calls " The Guardian of the Rio Grande Country" and major figures i.e. General Ranald "Bad Hand" MacKenzie who played an important part in the defense of the frontier north of the river as found in this very rare and treasured western magazine.
FOUR U. S. CAVALRY, U. S. Army - 1867 - 78 era. Location: TX. Named in story entitled "FORT RICHARDSON - THE WHITE'S MAN HOPE" by Louise Cheney who writes of the history of a U. S. Army fort in the pioneer country which only lasted 11 year but was one of the most important in our history as found in this old and complete western magazine.
FOURTH WARD, NEW YORK - 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.
FOURTH (4th) CAVALRY - written up in Western magazine Story Vol 1. No. 1. - Rarely Found - When Bad Hand Rode to Oblivion by Carl Allenbaugh.
FOURTY-FOUR STREET THEATRE OF NEW YORK * - 1921 -Named in Movie Flyer entitled "SHUBERT VAUDEVILLE" $1 Dollar for Three Shows showing location of theaters as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
FOUTS, Captain William.. - 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.
FOUTS, Mr. Captain 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.
FOWLER THE CARICATURIST OF DIX, Richard * - 1927 - Featured and pictured in a review entitled "RICHARD DIX STARS IN A COMEDY, PARADISE FOR TWO". by Mitchell Rawson along with members of the cast as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
FOWLER THE CARICATURIST * - 1925 - Rendering of Douglas MacLean pictured in Movie Review entitled "DOUGLAS MACLEAN ROMPS THROUGH SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE" with scenes from movie of cast members, a caricature by Fowler as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
FOWLER THE CARICATURIST * - 1927 - . Rendering of Billie Dove as featured and pictured in a review entitled Affairs of the Follies playing at the First National, the article appearing in " BILLIE DOVE GLORIFIED IN AN AFFAIR OF THE FOLLIES ". along with other stars as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
FOWLER THE CARICATURIST * - 1927 - Cover entitled "AN EXTRACT FROM A CO-ED'S LETTER TO HER MOTHER" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
FOWLER THE CARICATURIST * - 1928 - Featured cartoon entitled A ROUGH DIAMOND (Eugene Strong) in a Pictorial collage entitled LOVE AND LOIS WILSON SOAR TRIUMPHANT IN "CONEY ISLAND" with pictures of stars and scenery as saved from this old American Pictorial Mag
FOWLER THE CARICATURIST * - 1928 - His cartoon of Charlie Chaplin ON THE TIGHT-ROPE featured in pictorial collage entitled CHARLIE CHAPLIN IN "THE CIRCUS" A CARNIVAL OF FUN by Mitchell Rawson as saved from this old American News Magazine.
FOWLER THE CARICATURIST *- 1928 - His cartoon of CHARLIE CHAN in pictorial collage entitled "THE CHINESE PARROT" IS ANOTHER MYSTERY PICTURE by Mitchell Rawson as saved from this old American News Magazine
FOWLER THE CARICATURIST * - 1928 - His cartoon entitled QUEEN OF THE LUNCH-WAGON: COLLEEN MOORE of the movie, HER WILD OATS with Colleen Moore, Larry Kent and HALLAM COOLEY, by Mitchell Rawson as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
FOWLER, - 1840-41- Era. Site Western Territories. Member of Bidwell party named in THE FIRST EMIGRANT TRAIN TO CALIFORNIA, the story of hardship, terror, malnutrition on the road to the new west as endured by pioneers who made the first wagon train westward as saved from this old complete and selfdom found western magazine.
FOWLER, Arthur V. * Sergeant, (Bay City, Michigan -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
FOWLER, Chum 1890 Era - Location: Oregon. Named in true romantic tale entitled THE LOVE OF SIX-TOED PETE by Reno "Dad" Ingles about growing up in Carson Brothers Mill Country and the life of the loggers as saved from this hard to find complete, western magazine
FOWLER, Gene - 1870 - 1930 - Oklahoma, California. Named in story entitled Bill Gilbert and Al Jennings by Albert S. Gilles, Jr. who reports that way back at the turn of the Century, in Comanche County, Oklahoma Territory, a young fellow who was determined to carve out a legal career for himself met a couple of other early-days legal beagles – and never forgot them--. Here is the story entitled Bill Gilbert and Al Jennings by Albert S. Gilles, Sr. as found in this old western magazine
FOWLER, Harold, Mrs. * - 1936 - First Deputy Police Commissioner's wife of New York is pictured in pictorial article entitled AIR GIANTS in the ceremony of breaking a champagne bottle over the bows of the flagship New York of the American Airlines inaugurating a sleeper service between Chicago and New York as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
FOWLER, Helen, Mrs. *- 1924 - Kenilworth, Washington nativepictured in article entitled LILIES OF THE POND, LIKE SOLON IN ALL HIS GLORY as she tends her lily pond as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOWLER, Howard, Photo * - 1931 - (of Rogers, Arkansas) - Winner of Cash Award for photo submitted entitled ONE OF THE FIRST SIGNS OF SPRING in weekly feature entitled WINNERS OF CASH AWARDS IN THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHIC CONTEST as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
FOWLER, J. H. - 1870 - 1890 - Location - United States. Champion shot of Scotland 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
FOWLER, Mary * - 1920 - Pictured as stars are Mary Fowler and Margaret Anglin who appear in the play THE WOMAN BRONZE in article entitled Stars of the Stage as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOWLER, Orson Squire (a Leader of the Vegetarian Society) - 1840 - 60. Location: KS, MI, NH, NY. Named in story entitled STARVATION IN PARADISE by James Mayfield who tells of families that migrated to Kansas - took up as followers of the vegetarian society only to see their colony collapse as published in this old and complete western magazine.
FOWLER, S. K. (of New York City). - 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
FOWLER, THE CARICATURIST of CHESTER COMPTON * - 1926 - Star of THE WILDERNESS WOMAN, a screen production opening at the Strand Theatre, New York and reviewed by Mitchell Rawson in pictorial and written text whose headlines says BRINGS REAL COMEDY TO BROADWAY naming and picturing stars as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOWLER, W. B. - 1890 - 1939 era - location - California - named in biography entitled "THE GENIUS OF LYMAN GILMORE" by Richard Roose and Ben T. Traywick which relates the story of an American Aviation Pioneer, Lyman Gilmore, who flew an airplane of his own invention one year before the Wrights and whose contributions included the invention of the vertical aircraft now called the helicopter as found, in of all places, a western magazine of rare issue which is complete and in mint condition.
FOWLER. THE CARICATURIST of Walter HAMPDEN * - 1925 - Staring in Plays holding the boards in the Metropolis and featured in the successful play "Hamlet" " playing at the Hampden Theatre as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
FOWLKES, H. W. * Corporal (Chase City, Virginia –WW 1 Honor Roll- Killed in Action)
FOWNES, W. C.. * - 1924 - Pictured in article with Cyril Walker entitled THE WINNING OF THE 1924 NATIONAL OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP along with officials of the Oakland Hill Club who made the presentation speech as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOX (Denver, Colorado Alderman) * 1895 era - Story of self-proclaimed divine healer and mystic Francis Schlater who practiced in Colorado, Texas and Mexico. He was known as Colorado's Christ-Man. Fascinating true story who attracted thousands of followers before disappearing in Mexico.
FOX - 1900 circa - Bucking horse named in History of Rodeo Great Addison P. Day which states that "Many a Chute Would Have Never Been Opened Without This Man". Names the Great Rodeos, Fairs, Expositions and the stars as published in old and rare western magazine.
FOX GULCH, ALASKA *- 1880 - 1920 - 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.
FOX MOVIE STUDIO * - 1935 - Featured as new bride is Maria Jeritza in pictorial collage entitled A FAMOUS FILM EXECUTIVE WEDS A STAR OF THE OPERA following wedding to Winfield Sheehan, the Fox Studio Chief who recently resigned as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOX MOVIE STUDIO - 1940 era - Named in story entitled TOM MIX'S LAST SUNDOWN by Walt Coburn who was witness to events leading up to death of Tom Mix as he tells of friends and events of importance in star's life as found in this rare and complete western magazine.
FOX STUDIOS - 1900 era - Indiana - Hollywood. Named in story of Charles Frederick Gebhard (or Gebhart) or "Buck Jones - Bona Fide Hero" by Joseph G. Rosa. History of greatest film cowboy of all time. Cowboy, Cavalryman, movie star - it's all here in this little known and seldom found complete western magazine.
FOX* - Early 1900 era. SITE IDAHO, KENTUCKY. Horse named in history entitled THE LAND OF WILD HORSES, BREATHING WELLS, AND HEARTBREAK -- the story of Ruben and Mary Claunch and their pioneer days in the area of Big Butte where they battled snow, cold, rattlesnakes, snow blindness while settling a homestead and raising a family as found in this seldom read western magazine.
FOX, "Red" - 1900 era - Locations: Rodeo sites in the United States. Named in story entitled 55 YEARS A RODEO TRAMP written by William Cy Hancock as told to him by author Hackberry Johnson which is really a rodeo history from 1917 of the stars with personal photos of their acts, circus, wild west shows including a massive photo index with story after story of the old time Rodeo Stars of the old west as found in this seldom found, complete western magazine.
FOX, Dorothea Magdalene, - 1893 era - Author of Biographical history of Texas Ranger Lawman Joe Sitters entitled "Marked For Death" who was also a Customs Inspector in the early west as published in this old western magazine.
FOX, Frederick H. * Corporal, (Chicago, Illinois -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
FOX, Harry * - 1921 - Pictured with Mr. A. Cobham, pilot, in article entitled "AVIATORS WHO BROKE A WORLD RECORD" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
FOX, Helen, Miss * - 1934 - Pictured as former queen in article entitled "THE QUEEN OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY FAIR as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
FOX, Jennie - 1900's - Location: CA, OK, TX, - Member of Kelly and Collins Posse named in THE RETURN OF JIM McKINNEY - Co authored by Raymond Thorpe and William B. Secrest. Story of a sadistic and unpredictable man name of Jim McKinney who eluded his pursers and reached freedom in Mexico but came back to California. and folks braced himself for their return as published in this old, complete western magazine.
FOX, 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.
FOX, Lucy (Miss) * - 1921 - Pictured on cover as A Valentine.
FOX, Marshal (Star reporter of the New York Herald - HISTORIC STORY OF EDISON & BAMBOO FILAMENT, Found in old Western Magazine)
FOX, Milligan, Mrs. - 1913 - Named in featured article entitled TO REPLACE RAG-TIME by a writer in the New York Evening Post about the Folk Song Society of England and singers of that era as saved from this American News Magazine.
FOX, Phillip E. * Publicity Man involved in shoot out in 1923.KKK story.
FOX, Richard - 1870 - Louisville, Kentucky - First Black American to refuse to accept segregated laws of seating. He was thrown off public transformation and sued, charging assault and battery against the white driver as saved and revealed in this old American hardback magazine.
FOX, Richard K... * - 1880 - 1920 - Location Ireland, NV, LA, OH. Police Gazette speaker named in horse race story entitled RAWHIDE PAYS ITS RESPECTS by Guy Mayo, the story of Riley Grannan, the King of the sport of Kings who is described as a turf plunger as noted for his imperturbability as for the large sums he bet as told in this complete, rare western magazine.
FOX, Robert (RIDE-IN. A BLACK AMERICANA TRUE STORY OF 1870, American Hardback Magazine of 1962)
FOX, Sidney * - 1931 - Pictured as star in featured film STRICTLY DISHONORABLE in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOX, Sidney * - 1931 - Pictured as star of SIX CYLINDER LOVE in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOX, Sidney * - 1931 - Pictured on cover entitled Stage and Screen Star as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOX, Sidney * - 1931 - Star featured in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
FOX, Sidney * - 1932 - Star pictured in NICE WOMEN clip entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
FOX, W. A. "Bill", Sheriff of Payne Conty, Oklahoma * - Circa 1900 - Site: Stillwater, OK., Named in story of convicted murdererer 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
FOX, Will H. - 1895 - 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.
FOX, William, Fox Studios, 1900 era. Written up in "Lorena Tricky-Rodeo Bonanza Queen" By: Sam Henderson. Story of the do-or-die girl herself who made a name for herself in the man's rodeo arena.
FOXX, Jimmy * - 1936 - * - Boston Red Sox Ball player featured in article entitled "Ball Players Work For Recreation".
FOXX, Jimmy * -- 1933 - Pictured with Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth in article entitled "The American League's Big Three Swatters" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
FOXX, Jimmy * - 1933 - Featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined TOP NOTCH IN BASEBALL as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
FOXY GRANDPA (Sunday comic) mentioned in "Two Years on the Desert", by: K. E. Covington
FOY - 1890 era: Location: Alaska, Colorado. Foreman named in story entitled HE DIED TO SAVE SKAGWAY by Cy Martin. Part 1 tells of the rough and ready times of the western frontier of Alaska and of the "Soapy Smith" gang that took over the town which was saved by the heroic action of a vigilante and ex-school teacher named Frank Reid as found in this seldom read complete western magazine.
FOY, . - 1890 era: Location: Alaska, Colorado. Named in story entitled HE DIED TO SAVE SKAGWAY by Cy Martin. Part 2 tells of the rough and ready times of the western frontier of Alaska and of the "Soapy Smith" gang that took over the town which was saved by the heroic action of a vigilante and ex-school teacher named Frank Reid as found in this seldom read complete western magazine
FOY, Gloria * -- 1922 - Star of "Up She Goes" playing at the Playhouse Theater in an article entitled "Actresses and Scenes in Current Productions" as saved from this old Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition, 11 by 16 inches.
FOY, Martin D. * Sergeant (Newark, N. J. -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
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