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GUADALUPE *,  "New Mexico's Game of Death" by Gra'Delle Duncan, historic item of Santa Fe's past rarely found as published in this old western magazine.

GUADALUPE MISSION, MEXICO  * - 1540 - 1770 ERA. Location: NM, TX, MEXICO. Pictured and named in story entitled CAME THE BAREFOOTED PRIESTS by Frieda and Samuel Hyatt - the story of the humble priests who braved danger to bring their Christian religion to the "heathen" Indians as told in this old, complete western magazine

GUADALUPE MOUNTAINS -- STAGE COACH DAY ERA - LOCATION - AZ - NM- Story entitled A MAN COULDN'T HELP BUT WONDER by Monk Lofton who tells true stor of U. S. Deputy Dee Harkey and a strange stagecoach ride with passengers of questionable repute as written in this old and complete western magazine.

GUADALUPE PASS -- STAGE COACH DAY ERA - LOCATION - AZ - NM- Story entitled A MAN COULDN'T HELP BUT WONDER by Monk Lofton who tells true story of U. S. Deputy Dee Harkey and a strange stagecoach ride with passengers of questionable repute as written in this old and complete western magazine

GUADALUPE RIVER * - 1835 - 36 era. Named in story entitled "TO THE RESCUE OF THE ALAMO - GONZALES 32 in this old and complete western magazine.

GUADUAS, COLUMBIA * - 1921 - Pictorial collage entitled "PICTURESQUE CITIES AND VILLAGES OF COLOMBIA, THE MOUNTAIN REPUBLIC" with photos of various landmark scenes  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

GUANO DEPOSITS ON HOWLAND ISLAND  - 1937 - Named as student aerologist and radio operator 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.

GUANTANAMO BAY * - 1922 - Picture entitled  U S. Atlantic Fleet at Battle Maneuvers in Cuba  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.11 by 16 inches. Mint Condition

GUANTANAMO NAVAL STATION * - 1917 - Panorama showing " The Atlantic Fleet on War Footing at Guantanamo" featuring U. S. S. Battleship Texas and crew.

GUARD TOWER, TERRITORIAL ARIZONA PRISON * - 1860 - 1900's. Site: Arizona. Named in story entitled "ARIZONA HELL HOLE"  by Wick Evans who writes of a place you just want to read about. It was a prison described by the words brutal, barbarous, dreadful and inhumane - Insane Cell, Snake Pit and a Tower with a Gatling gun as found in this very rare, extremely hard to find complete western magazine.

GUARTHA, Charles J. * Corporal (Great Barrington, Massachusetts Honor Roll Killed in Action)

GUATEMALA EARTHQUAKE * 1918 - Pictorial Review entitled "Nature's Subterranean Mines; Earthquake in Guatemala."

GUATEMALA MINISTER DAVIS, Roy T. * - Pictured in article entitled "American and Foreign Personalities Prominent in Recent News" as nominated as Minister to Costa Rica as saved from this old American pictorial magazine

GUE, Del - 1880 era - Western Frontier - Named in story entitled LIVER-EATING JOHNSON'S LAST TRAIL by Raymond W. Thorp. Story of one of the west's most heroic mountain men called the boldest Anglo-Saxon who ever lifted a redskin's scalp. Known to the Indians as Dah-plh-ek Absaroka as published in this old and complete western magazine.

GUE, Del - 1880 era - Western Frontier - Liver Eating Johnson's partner and pioneer trapper in the Big Horm Mountain area named in story entitled WHITE-EYE -- LAST OF THE OLD-TIME PLAINSMEN  of Jack Anderson,  the "White-Eye Kid * who was the eyes for Old Bill Hickok who was going blind. He was an Indian fighter, miner, and generally happy-go-lucky horseman. Includes best story I ever read about Calamity Jane I ever found. 5 Star old and complete western magazine

GUENTHER, Hans, Author of ELECTRO-CARDIOGRAPHY * - 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.

GUERDES HOTEL, Chicato - 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.

GUERIN of the NEW YORK GIANTS PITCHING STAFF * - 1923 - Pictured in article saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.

GUERIN, Eddie Inmate who escaped from Devil's Island as saved from old American News Magazine.

GUERIN, Jules Artist - BOSTON OUTDOORS* 1907 by Samuel Crothers. Drawings by Jules Guerin. engravings by H. C. Merrill w rare history of buildings of old Boston

GUERNSEY CHAMPION COW OF PENNY, J. C. * - 1925 - Pictured and written about inn article entitled A HUSKY CHAMPION OF NEW YORK is J. C. Penny with his Guernsey Cow named Brookmead's Mermaid who was awarded the Grand Championship at the New York State Fair as saved from this old American pictorial magazine

GUERNSEY, Orren - 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.

GUERRA, Jose - Mexican  mentioned in "Pancho Villa's Assassination" by Elias L. Torres with translation by Doctor I. J. Bush. Strange story here of Mexican version of Villa's death (1923) translated into English as published in this old western magazine many years ago

GUERRA, Ramon - Mexican  mentioned in "Pancho Villa's Assassination" by Elias L. Torres with translation by Doctor I. J. Bush. Strange story here of Mexican version of Villa's death (1923) translated into English as published in this old western magazine many years ago

GUERRERO, Francisco - Named in story entitled CATALINA - THE REAL FAR WEST - Well, you wouldn't expect to find a history of Catalina Island in this very unique, old and complete western magazine but the author claims that the western pioneers didn't stop at the Pacific Shores but went on to the Catalina Islands

GUERRERO, Maria* - 1926 - Star of "Princess Theatre Company from Madrid" playing at the Manhattan Opera House as featured in this article entitled FEATURED IN PLAYS NOW HOLDING THE BOARDS ON BROADWAY as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.

GUERRERO, Maria * - 1926 - Spain - Named n story entitled "Spain's Greatest Actress", Maria Guerrero who has been called the Spanish Sara Bernhardt is making her premier American engagement.

GUERRERO, Ramon,  - 1926 - Spain - Father of actress named in story entitled "Spain's Greatest Actress", Maria Guerrero who has been called the Spanish Sara Bernhardt is making her premier American engagement.

GUERRIER, Ed * - (Half-Cheyenne Scout) - 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.

GUERRO - 1843 - 92 era. Location - Yellowstone Park. Ute Sub-Chief named in CONQUERING THE ROCKIES WITH A CAMERA by Raymond W. Thorp - the story of William H. Jackson - a daredevil with a tripod who hit the wilderness trail along with the first surveyors and, more than anyone else, made America aware of its new destiny as published in this old and complete western magazine.

GUEST, Jno. Lieutenant, U. S. Navy * - 1856 - His patent for NEW SOUNDING GUARD FOR VESSELS pictured with detailed text is invention of Lieutenant Jon. Guest, U. S. Navy, Washington D. C. describing the working of the apparatus

GUEST, Winston * 1930 - written up in "American King of the Sport of Kings" as published in the Sports and Athletics section of American News magazine.

GUEST, Winston. * - 1934 - Pictured in pictorial collage entitled THE EAST TEAM DRINKS TO ITS RECAPTURE OF THE POLO SUPREMACY OF THE COUNTRY - The Victorious Four in the Championship Series at the Meadow Brook Club on Long Island along

GUFFEY, Joseph F. * - 1934 -  Elected Senator from Pennsylvania and featured in picture and text entitled " In Democratic Pennsylvania" as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine feature, "Footnotes On A Week's Headliners" by Omar Hite. Single page is 9 3/4 by 13 1/4 inches.

GUGGENHEIM, Harry -1928 - Mentioned in featured Article entitled "Rescuing the Three Musketeers of the Air" reciting story of attempted Bremen rescue, last picture of Floyd Bennett, frantic flight of Lindbergh to deliver serum to death of bed of Bennett and pictures w text  of Bremen aviators and their expedition.

GUGGENHEIM, S. R., *- 1923 - New York 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.

GUGGI, Fritz, Doctor *   - 1932 - Patient of Vienna Architect pictured in article entitled "He Offers A Ray of Hope For The Blind" as pictured in this article as saved from an American Pictorial Magazine.

GUIDES OF BIG HORN MOUNTAIN EXPEDITION * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled GUIDES RESTING AFTER A HARD DAY'S WORK  is this pictorial collage entitled THE CALL OF THE GREAT OPEN SPACES IN SUMMER as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

GUILBAUD, Certrulian *   - 1919 - Haiti's Delegate to Paris Peace Conference as published in old pictorial magazine.

GUILFORD COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA, * - 1931 - Pictured in article entitled THE SOUTHERN SONGTERS SERENADE THE WHITE HOUSE before President Herbert Hoover as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

GUILFOYLE, Paul * - 1934 - Supporting Star pictured in Review entitled "THE PLAY OF THE WEEK" with scenes from the THE JAYHAWKER as saved from this old American pictorial magazine

GUILMET, J. J., Mrs * - (of Lewiston Maine) - 1928 - Pictured are her dogs in article entitled TWO TINY POMERANIANS; THEY ARE GROWING FAST as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

GUINES, Tom  - 1890 era - Site: Kittie, Oklahoma. Named in Christmas story entitled CHRISTMAS IN OLD KITTIE by Maurice Kildare which tells of Christmas celebration in the old frontier days of a little town seldom found or heard of as published in this old western magazine.

GUINEY, Duncan Q. * Private, (Yonkers, New York -Honor Roll - Killed in Action)

GUINNESS, Humphrey, Lieutenant - 1930 - written up in "American King of the Sport of Kings" as published in the Sports and Athletics section of American News magazine.

GUIREAUD'S RANCH - 1864 ERA - LOCATION Colorado -  Named in historic story of the purported  Confederate Invasion of Colorado by 11 soldiers supposed to be followed by 1,500 Confederates. story entitled $50,000 in Rebel Treasure Awaits You in the Colorado Wilds, by Fred Huston. as found in this complete rare western magazine.

GUITAN, (Lone Wolf's nephew), mentioned or described in "John B. Charlton, Cavalryman By Choice" by Fred Frank Blalock, a description of the last great battle in 1874 between the U. S. Cavalry and Lone Wolf's Indians as printed in an old western magazine

GUITERMAN, Arthur * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly feature entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this old American National News magazine. He is former president of the Poetry Society of America and formerly a staff member of The Literary Digest.

GUITERREZ, Enrique - 1540 - 1770 ERA. Location: NM, TX, MEXICO. Named in story entitled CAME THE BAREFOOTED PRIESTS by Frieda and Samuel Hyatt - the story of the humble priests who braved danger to bring their Christian religion to the "heathen" Indians as told in this old, complete western magazine

GUITTARD'S STATION, KANSAS - 1860's Era. Site: Missouri. Named in story entitled JOHNNY FRY OF THE PONY EXPRESS by Nick Howes which is a remarkable chronicle of the history of the Pony Express detailing facts and experiences of the live of Johnny Fry and many of his fellow riders as found in this old and seldom found western magazine.

GULBRANDSEN, Doctor Lars * (University of Illinois) - 1935 era - Responsible for "A New Treatment to Kill Bacteria in Typhoid Carriers" as reported in American Pictorial Magazine.

GULF OF ALASKA - 1888 - Location: San Francisco, California and Artic Sea. Named in story entitled  "Shanghied Out of Old 'Frisco"-- the story of an actual kidnapping of  a young roust-a-bout, Joe Kirby, who had one drink to many in a San Francisco Bar and soon found himself incarcerated aboard the J. B. Johnson - an old whaler - as found in this rare and seldom read western magazine.

GULICK, L  M., Colonel (Commanding Officer of the U. S. Marines) - 1928 - Mentioned in Feature article entitled "Sandino, of Nicaragua; Bandit or Patriot" as saved from this old American News Magazine.

GULICK, Van Cleaf * - 1921 - Pictured in article entitled "Up New York City Hall Steps On Horseback" in act that he has performed over United States on a 1,200 mile jaunt as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

GULL, Doctor (Guy's Hospital, London, England) - Late 1800 era. Location: Western United States. Named in story entitled MUYBRIDGE GAVE US THE MOVIES as told of  the great pioneer motion picture inventor and producer Eadweard (Edward) James Muybridge who has been called "The Father of the Motion Picture Industry as found in this old and complete western magazine.

GULLACK, Machie * - 1923 - 55 era. AZ, IWO JIMA, Washington, D. C. Pima Indian Veteran, lst Arizona Volunteer, Company B named in this wonderful story and tribute to this hero of Marines entitled TAPS FOR IRA HAYES by Maurice Kildare who has been immortalized by the famous statute of the raising of the United States flag at Mt. Surburbachi, Iwo Jima in World War II. Tells of his Pima Indian reservation life and pulls no punches as found in this extremely rare and complete Western Magazine

GULLIFORD, Ben - 1840 - 1918 era. Location: CO, VA. Named  in story entitled "INCREDIBLE EXPLOITS OF DENVER'S MILLIONAIRE SLAVE" by Dean Ballow who tells the life story of Barney Ford, an ex-slave who rose from hand-picking cotton to become one of the most powerful American millionaires as published n this old and complete western magazine

GULLFOSS, ICELAND * - 1929 - Pictorial history of Iceland celebrating the World's Oldest Parliament Millennium with pictures and text as found and saved from this old American Pictorial magazine

GULLIVER, Dorothy * - 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

GUMBS, Harry W. * Corporal (Jersey City, New Jersey- Honor Roll - Killed in Action)

GUMM, Francis * (Judy Garland) and children: Lisa, Joey, Lorna - 1961 Featured article entitled "Judy - She's Broken Through the Dark Clouds at Last - Ahead the Rainbow" as pictured and published in this American Pictorial Magazine.

GUMM, Frank and Ethel (Judy Garland's Parents) - 1961 Featured article entitled "Judy - She's Broken Through the Dark Clouds at Last - Ahead the Rainbow" as pictured and published in this American Pictorial Magazine.

GUMM, John - 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."

GUMPERTS, Sydney G. , - 1928 - Mentioned in Feature article entitled "Sandino, of Nicaragua; Bandit or Patriot" as saved from this old American News Magazine.

GUN ARSENAL OF GANGSTERS * - 1928 - Pictured and named in article entitled HOW THE GANGSTER GOES INTO BATTLE in an  expose of the arsenal of gangs as pictured and saved from this old American News Magazine

GUNFIGHT AT O. K. CORAL - 1800 era. Site: AZ, MO, TN, IRELAND. Named in this story entitled 'JOHNNY BEHAN OF TOMBSTONE" by Glenn G. Boyer who writes that Sheriff "Johnny" Tombstone was in constant conflict with Wyatt Earp and the resultant story as published in this old and complete western magazine

GUNFIGHT ON THE SUNSET LIMITED * - 1912 - Location: Ozona, Texas. Story entitled "GUNFIGHT ON THE SUNSET LIMITED" by Xanthus Carson- the record of the last attempted train holdup of the Southern and Pacific Railway line and the heroic exploits of David Andred Trousdale, Express manager as published in this old and complete western magazine..

GUN KING OF THE WEST * - 1830 - 1860 - 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.

GUN LAW  - (1929).  Location: Hollywood, California. Old Movie pictured and named in story entitled "Cowboy Strongman - Tom Tyler" by Glen Shirley tells of the history and times of this versatile actor who appeared as Captain Marvel after serving as a member of the Royal National Mounted Police and Champion Weightlifter of the U. S. Navy whose life touched most of the Hollywood greats as found in this very rare western magazine

GUNBOAT SUE - 1898 era - Location: Klondike. Named as one of  the "girls" that made a warm bed in the cold of the Gold Rush but Klondike Kate was probably the toughest and smartest. In her life story entitled "Klondike Strumpet", she bested the rest of the "call girls" outwitting gamblers, prospectors, miners while fleecing sourdoughs. She was one of a kind, so much so, that in the end, Time and Newsweek reported on her death. Complete western magazine.

GUNDERLACH, Andre H. * Lieutenant, (Chicago, Illinois Honor Roll Killed in Action)

GUNDERSON, H. W. - (of Houston, Texas) - 1860 - 1900 era. Site: IL, KA, OK. Named in story entitled PAWNEE BILL "LITTLE GIANT OF OKLAHOMA" by G. L. Savage which tells of the personal experience of Major Gordon W. "Pawnee Bill" Lillie as a western legend of the pioneer era as found in this old and complete western magazine.

GUNDERSON, Raymond - 1900 era - Site - Cody, Nebraska -Named in "School Daze at Cody" - the true story of a school house with three rooms for the teachers to wrestle 90 kids, Hilarious tales of western school pranks and hy-jinks as told in this old and complete western magazine.

GUNDLACH, Henry W. * Lieutenant, (New York, New York - Honor Roll -Killed in Action)

GUNMAKER TO THE WORLD * - 1814 - 62 era. Location: United States, Europe, Canada. Subject of life of Samuel Colt by Ellsworth S. Grant who writes of the life of Samuel Colt - the imaginative inventor and ambitious pitchman who armed the world as found in this old and complete American Hardback magazine.

GUNN, Lewis C. - Presidential Elector - 1856 - 1800 - 1890 era. Site: California. Named in story entitled TAPEWORM, TICKETS & SHOULDER STRIKERS by Richard Reinhardt who writes of many of the shenanigans at the polls in California in the early days and those that participated as found in this complete western magazine.

GUNN, Virginia, Miss. * - 1924 - Pictured in American Magazine collage entitled "IN LIVING TABLEAUX OF FAMOUS PAINTINGS" as in " Innocent" noted painting by Greuze.. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

GUNNISON, COLORADO - 1840 - 1918 era. Location, United States, Canada. Named in story entitled WHITE "MAN-DEVIL" by Glenn Shirley of the life and times of E. J. "BUCKSKIN JOE" HOYT, a pioneer Indian fighter of the old west who took his Wild West Show on the road and achieved fame as saved from this old, complete western magazine

GUNNISON, COLORADO - 1884 - Location:  Colorado. Named in article entitled "THE WOODSTOCK DISASTER" by R. L. Lowe, story of a snow slide that wiped out the  tunnel and 3 gauge tracks of the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad as found in this rare complete western magazine.

GUNNISON, John Williams *.   (early 1850's) Captain of party of 7 massacred by Chief Mashoquop as named  in Walker's War as related in historical story entitled "Wakara, The Mormon Menace". The Mormons tried to make peace with the Utes Indians to no avail and their chief Wakara's efforts to drive them out resulted in "Walker's War"  periodical.

GUNNISON,* John Williams Captain and party of 7 massacred by Chief Mashoquop and his warriors pictured in "Wakara, The Mormon Menace"

GUNS pictured in "The Guns of Colonel Saunders" by Carl W. Breihan.  Charles Burton Saunders' gun collection can be seen at the Saunders Memorial Museum in Berryville, Arkansas. Pictured guns:  "Baby" Paterson, 36 caliber Patersons, Colt Walkers, inc Whitneyville Walker, Derringer, Colt Woodsman, engraved Smith & Wesson, Colt SA. with pearl grip, Charles Burton Saunders, Cole Younger's .45 Colt, Cherokee Bill's single action .45 Colt, Bella Starr's .36 Manhattan Firearms Co , Pancho Villa's .45 SA Colt, Murietta's Colt Dragoon, "Jesse James" .44 caliber double action percussion, Billy the Kid's .41 caliber double action colt, Winchester (1873)

GUN AND GHOSTS OF DEAD MEN * - 1860 - 80 era. Location: Western Frontier. Story entitled GUN AND GHOSTS OF DEAD MEN by Raymond W. Thorp which covers weapons that have take a human life inc. guns of Liver-Eating Johnson, Pack Saddle Ben Geenough *, Espinsosa, the Mexican outlaw, Tom Tobin, Mariano Modeno's Hawken's Rifle,  with picture of John Raymond Thorp holding the gun with which Jonathan Wiggins killed an Arapaho Indian Chief as published in this complete, old western magazine.

GUNS, GUTS AND BLOOD * - 1885 era - Historical story entitled "Guns, Guts and Blood" which recites that many were killed in Stevens County, Kansas war between the Hugoton and Woodsdale families as this rare publication of a western magazine details with map of area.

GUNSAULUS, F. W.., REVEREND OF THE COUNCIL OF SEVENTY  - 1902 - Leaders pictured and written about in article entitled "A NATIONAL MOVEMENT FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF RELIGIOUS EDUCATION" named as one of the promoters of a new religious and educational crusade as saved from this 105 year old American News magazine.

GUNST, M. A. - 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' Pavilion in San Francisco. controversial $10,000 Check covering great fight between "Fighting" Bob Fitzsimmons and "Sailor" Tom Sharkey.

GUNSTON HALL * - SHIP - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR whose launching at Alexandria, Virginia on Feb. 27 marked resumption of shipbuilding on the Potomac as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 

GUNTER HOTEL, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS,  - 1928 era - Kansas to Texas location. Named in rare short story entitled Tom Gilroy's Fiddler by J. Frank Dobie,  about friend of Dobie's whom he chose to write of his experiences as found in this rare, complete western magazine

GUNTER, Archibald Clavering  (1896 Literary Workers of the Pacific Coast, Munsey's Magazine)

GUNTHER, Captain. , mentioned or described in "John B. Charlton, Cavalryman By Choice" by Fred Frank Blalock, a description of the last great battle in 1874 between the U. S. Cavalry and Lone Wolf's Indians as printed in an old western magazine

GUNTHER, Paul (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.

GUNTZEL, Ludwig (Kapitanlt.,) (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.

GURGI GLACIER - 1931 - Site of  "The End Of An Ascent of 52,462 Feet Into the Stratosphere: of  Professor Auguste Piccard entitled "THE PICCARD FLIGHT NEARLY TEN MILES ALOFT" in a collage of photos all with text about event after rising to heights never obtained before as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

GURTSEN, Mr.,  - 1860 era - Named in story of Mormon Church struggle with Joseph Morris who refused to abide by Church rules, upsetting Brigham Young and his followers. Very detailed as published entitled "The Morrisite War; Insurrection by a Self-Styled Prophet with engravings printed on slick paper in rare western magazine.

GURU * - 1917 - Identified as holy men of India in a pictorial collage and text entitled India and the Alleged Plotters of Independence, Story of strange and little reported plot that originated in America against British rule in India as saved from this American Pictorial magazine

GUS JOHNSON ROAD mentioned in "The Promised Painted Ponies" article from old western magazine

GUSKEY, Frank - Circa 1910  - Wild West Show Performer referred to in this massive detailed history entitled The Way A Wild West Show Operated. Includes rare listings of old circus, shows, and the men and women who starred as performers. Rare old Western Magazine.

GUSS, J. B., ., France Field, Canal Zone- 1927 - His "A HARD BOILED GUY"  photo wins award in article entitled "IN THE WEEKLY PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

GUSTAFSON, George P. * Lieutenant, ( Sycamore, Illinois - Honor Roll -Died of Wounds)

GUSTAFSON, Lorne N. * Private (Chicago, Illinois Honor Roll Killed in Action)

GUSTAVSON, Edgar A. * Private (Dunkirk, New York  Honor Roll Killed in Action)

GUSTIN, Harriet * - 1923 - Pictured as one of the "Beauties of New Winter Garden Show" featured in "Passing Show of 1923" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint Condition. 11 by 16 inches.

GUTH, Edward D,  Photo * - 1931 - (of Iona Island, New York) - Winner of Cash Award for photo submitted entitled SUBMARINE AWASH IN A ROUGH SEA in weekly feature entitled WINNERS OF CASH AWARDS IN THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHIC CONTEST    as saved from this old American pictorial magazine

GUTHERIE, W., Inventor.  * - 1921 - Named in article showing his invention of the Glasgow Tractor during the Agricultural Motor Tractor trials at Aisthorpe, England as saved from  old American  magazine.

GUTHERIE, Woody * - 1904 -1934 era. Location: OK, TX. Songwriter  named in story entitled THE OKLAHOMA ROBIN HOOD by Kent L. Steckmesser who tells of the many starving farmers whose mortgage was paid by Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd in a different interpretation of the live of Oklahoma's most famous bandit as found in this rear western magazine

GUTHERIE, Woody * - 1904 -1934 era. Location: OK, TX. Songwriter  named in story entitled THE OKLAHOMA ROBIN HOOD by Kent L. Steckmesser who tells of the many starving farmers whose mortgage was paid by Charles Arthur "Pretty Boy" Floyd in a different interpretation of the live of Oklahoma's most famous bandit as found in this rear western magazine

GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA - 1880  - 90 era Location: Oklahoma and Indian Territory.  Named 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.

GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA ..  - 1865-90 - Cherokee Strip, Indian Territory, Oklahoma.  Named in rare autobiography entitled COWBOYS AND CATTLELAND, by H. H. Halsell, the story of life of the old Cherokee Strip Riders who galloped up and down the Cimarron Strip with Halsell in the years thru 1889 as published in this rarely found and seldom opened old, complete western magazine

GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA BASEBALL GAME vs. OKLAHOMA * - 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

GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION * - 1907 - 1Named as site of 100 year old pictorial story entitled THE OKLAHOMA CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION held at Guthrie, Oklahoma with W. H. Murray presiding as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA TERRITORY - 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.

GUTHRIE, James (Secretary)  - 1870 Era - Named in historical biography entitled "T. Ross Browne and the Corruptible West. Story of Government sleuth who made a name for himself  as strict auditor in the pioneer days of the Gold Rush

GUTHERIE, W. E. (Texan) * - 1890 - 1892 era. Location TX, WY. Named in story entitled "THE HIRED KILLERS"  with rare picture of 25 Texans who the author claims were a swaggering group of deadly young men with the purpose to rid Wyoming of a group of rustler's terrorizing the territory organized by Major Frank Walcott to clean 'em out as published in the old, complete and rare western magazine.

GUTIERREZ  - 1900 era - Ranch hand 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.

GUTTON, M., - 1919 - Professor of Physics at Nancy France whose invention for locating unexploded shells was pictured and written about in an American Pictorial Magazine article entitled "A Flashlight On Some Aspects of the War" as saved. The page is mint condition and is 11 by 16 inches.

GUYER, Anita de  - 1542 - 1929 era - Location Los Angeles, California. Relative of Manuel de Dryden Ne Guyer named in history of Los Angeles entitled The Frontier of Diablos by Norman Winski who writes that a budding Lost Angeles was by no means a City of Angels - rather - if was full of thieves but because of the integrity of the founders, it became a thriving city as told in this hard to find western magazine.

GUYER, Manuel de Dryden Ne *  - 1542 - 1929 era - Location Los Angeles, California. Founding father of early Los Angeles named in history of Los Angeles entitled The Frontier of Diablos by Norman Winski who writes that a budding Lost Angeles was by no means a City of Angels - rather - if was full of thieves but because of the integrity of the founders, it became a thriving city as told in this hard to find western magazine.

GUYON, Doctor - 1880 era - Oregon. Named in story entitled HANK VAUGHN'S FATAL RIDE by Gerald J. Tucker who write of a trouble seeker thought to have nine lives until his horse fell on the main street of Pendleton, Oregon and did him in as found in this seldom read story published in an old western magazine

GUY'S HOSPITAL, LONDON, ENGLAND - Late 1800 era. Location: Western United States. Named in story entitled MUYBRIDGE GAVE US THE MOVIES as told of  the great pioneer motion picture inventor and producer Eadweard (Edward) James Muybridge who has been called "The Father of the Motion Picture Industry as found in this old and complete western magazine

GUYTON, Boone T. * - Test Pilot. "This Exciting Air" 1943 Book Condensation

GUYTON, Joseph W. * Private, (Evarts, Michigan - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)

GWYNNE, Harry S. * Captain (Tulsa, Oklahoma Honor Roll Died Airplane Accident)

GYLUM,  Jack member of Horrell gang 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.

GYMKHANA POLICE OF NEW YORK * - 1926 - Pictured in article entitled THE POLICE GYMKHANA; NEW YORK STATE'S LAW GUARDIANS as they gave exhibition of fancy riding in the Sesquicentennial Stadium at Philadelphia as saved from this old American pictorial magazine

GYPSY COLT  MOVIE, The  *   -  Named in massive story entitled "MOVIE HORSES - THE TREATMENT AND TRAINING  OF ".

GYRO-STABILIZER, The * - 1931 - Pictured entitled A 120-TON REMEDY FOR SEASICKNESS. It is driven by a 75-Horsepower Electric Motor built by Westinghouse  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

 

 

 

 

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