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HAM, Doctor Roswell Gray * - 1936 - Pictured and written up elected to be Mount Holyoke College in article entitled "Footnotes On A Week's Headliners" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Single page is 11 by 14 inches.
HAM, Rolland * Private (Glenco Mills, New York –WW 1 Honor Roll – Died from Accident)
HAMANN, Jimmy * - 1936 - (White Plains, New York) - Pictured and named in pictorial story entitled "The Week-End Sports Review" as "A Boy Beats Veteran for the Horseshoe Title" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. Double page.22 by 14 inches.
HAMAS INDIANS - 1850 era - Named as among many of the tales herein about Indians attacking ships on the Pacific Coast entitled "Bad Water and Bad Indians" as found in this rare western magazine.
HAMBIDGE, Jay Hamlin, - 1925 - Named in story entitled THE AMERICANISM OF GEORGE BELLOWS in loving tribute upon "His early death has robbed American Art of one of its most vital forces." Admired American painter as found in this American News Magazine.
HAMBLIN, Jacob * - 1860's era - Site: Arizona. Mormon pioneer, scout and explorer pictured and 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
HAMBLIN, Jacob *- 1869 - Mormon Scout named in this story entitled CONQUEROR OF THE COLORADO by John E. Bellin who claims that John Wesley Powell, the 2nd director of the U. S. Geological Survey did the impossible overcoming hardships few men ever faced and leaving an imprint of the land, filling in the blank space on the map of the Colorado River as found in this very rare western magazine.
HAMBLIN, Jacob *. - 1869 - Colorado River - Mormon Scout named in BRAVE CONQUERORS OF THE COLORADO, the story of Major John Wesley Powell and his crew who explored the Colorado River under excruciating conditions for three months traveling a thousand miles, mapping and facing danger after danger as found in this complete and rare western magazine
HAMBLIN, Joseph * Mentioned in MORMON RED BROTHERS* by Iris B. Syndergaard, Illustrated by Al Martin Napolentano. Old Magazine.
HAMBLIN, William - 1860 - 1870 Era. Mormon Missionary 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.
HAMBOURG,Mark * - 1907 - Piano virtuoso pictured and named in article entitled PADEREWSKI AND THE YOUNGSTERS as it appeared in the Letters and Art Section of this old American Newsweek Magazine
HAMBURG GERMANY SHIPBUILDING PLANT * - 1914 Scientific American story entitled "THE MOST MODERN SHIPBUILDING PLANT IN THE WORLD" where the two largest steamships in the world are under construction . Pictures and text in collage of information including review of data, history, planned, existing and completed construction as saved from this old American magazine.
HAMBURGER BILL horse mentioned in "Memoirs of My Rodeo Days" article from old magazine.
HAMBY, Benjamin J. * Corporal, ( Pike City, Arkansas -WW 1 Honor Roll -Killed in Action)
HAMER, R.G. Attorney mentioned in "The Three Trials of Killer Smith" article from old magazine
HAMES, James * - Named in A PORTFOLIO OF THREE EXPATRIATES * by Richard Gilman. Paintings with text of John Singer Sargent, James McNeill Whistler and Henry James as published in this old American Hardback Magazine.
HAMEY, Roy - Mentioned in Featured article entitled "Courageous Bud Daley" - the story of this great athlete, born with a deformed arm, who rose above the handicap to to be a valuable member of the New York Yankees.
HAMID, Abdul, SULTAN OF TURKEYi - 1929 - Named in article entitled "GENERAL CHAN" FROM HIGGINSVILLE, MISSOURI - the story of an an American aviator hero who became a Chinese General in with the Chinese Nationalist Army as written in ONE MAN'S WAR, a narrative made from his diary by himself and Lieutenant John J. Niles as saved from this old American Newsweek magazine.
HAMID ben THAWIIIN * - 1902 -Named in article entitled THE BOY SULTAN OF ZANZIBAR, story of Ali Ben Hamud, officially known as Seyyid Ali, whose new dominion will be Zanzibar, Pemba, Mafia and Lamu which are British protectortes and a part of British East Africa as saved from this American News Magazine.
HAMIDEH, MOHAMMED VI, SULTAN PRIVATE MOSQUE* - 1920 -American Photographer, Major Davis Arnold took first photos of MOHAMMED VI, SULTAN OF TURKEY and his Palace and Mosques as saved from this extremely rare American Pictorial Magazine.
HAMILTON Steamer Mentioned in "A Visit to the Klondike" By: John Sidney Webb
HAMILTON STREET SCENE *, Hamilton, Nevada. 1870 era. Written up in the "The 75,000,000 Dollar Flash", by Doris Cerveri, the stories of mining in the scenic hills of White Pine County, Nevada.
HAMILTON, Aileen * -- 1922 - Star of "Little Nellie Kelly" playing at the Liberty Theater in an article entitled "Actresses and Scenes in Current Productions" as saved from this old Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition, 11 by 16 inches.
HAMILTON, Aileen * - 1924 - Pictured as stars are Ed Wynn and Aileen Hamilton playing at the Globe Theatre in collage entitled PLAYERS IN CURRENT METROPOLITAN PRODUCTIONS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 10 1/4 by 16 inches. Mint condition
HAMILTON, Alexander - 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.
HAMILTON, Andrew J., Brigadier General, 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.
HAMILTON, Bill mentioned in "Guns of the Old West: The Hawken:, by Norman B. Wiltsey
HAMILTON, Bones * - 1935 - Pictured in Sports pictorial collage entitled INTERSECTIONAL CLASHES IN FOOTBALL'S FINALE as "Stanford Power fails to match Alabama's passing skill in the Rose Bowl as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HAMILTON, Captain - Company H, 5th Cavalry - 1876 - Site: WY. Named in story entitled "BATTLE OF THE MIGHTY THREE" by Bill Judge who writes of The Powder River Expedition of the U. S. Army led by Major General George Crook and Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie and details of the battle as found in this old and complete western magazine.
HAMILTON, Cosmo * - 1922 - Pictured and written about in article entitled "THREE NOTED BROTHERS" as reported in featured article entitled 'STARS OF THE OPERA AND OTHER CELEBRITIES" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. .
HAMILTON, Ed - 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.
HAMILTON, Elmer E. *, Private, U. S. Army (Mattoon, Illinois.) - 1919 - WW 1 HONOR ROLL - Killed in Action)
HAMILTON, Hubert Jan * (Major General, D. S. O.) . 1914 British Flying Officer - Killed in Action.
HAMILTON, Ian Sir (GENERAL D'AMADE PRESENTING COLORS TO FRENCH INFANTRY BATALLION IN EGYPT - Pictorial Review - 1915)
HAMILTON, John D. M.. * - 1936 -Republican National Committeeman from Kansas he is pictured in article entitled " LANDON CAMPAIGN MANAGER", whose resume points out that if Landon wins the Presidential election he will be destined for higher office as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
HAMILTON, L.M. * grandson of Alexander Hamilton pictured in "Night of the Red Moon" article from old magazine
HAMILTON, Neil * - 1931 - Pictured in publicity pose and staring with Una Merkel in THE COMMAND PERFORMANCE in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
HAMILTON, Nevada. County Seat, White Pine County. 1870 era. Written up in the "The 75,000,000 Dollar Flash", by Doris Cerveri, the stories of mining in the scenic hills of White Pine County, Nevada.
HAMILTON, Peggy, Miss * - 1921 - Pictured on cover entitled QUEEN OF THE OLYMPIC DAYS as she will rule over the Great International Athletic Meeting at Los Angeles in 1932 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HAMILTON, Raymond "Bub" *_ 1932 - Named in story entitled KIDNAPPED BY BANDITS by Joe Johns (as submitted by Eva Ball). True story of Joe Johns who was kidnapped by Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker and lived to tell about his harrowing experiences dodging bullets and deaths from lawman and gangsters alive as found in this rare and seldom read complete western magazine.
HAMILTON, Rodney S..* - 1900 - California Sierras, Mohave Desert, Los Angeles, California. Named in story entitled NO MEDALS FOR MEN OR BEASTS - a picture story of the Los Angeles aqueduct whose construction was one area's salvation and another's doom as found in this old and complete western mag.
HAMILTON, Rodney S., Mrs.* - 1900 - California Sierras, Mohave Desert, Los Angeles, California. Named in story entitled NO MEDALS FOR MEN OR BEASTS - a picture story of the Los Angeles aqueduct whose construction was one area's salvation and another's doom as found in this old and complete western mag.
HAMILTON, Sir William - 1929 - Named in this story entitled 1929 - Famous Portland Vase On the Block of the most important vase in the world auctioned off in 1029 with details of those individuals named in it's history as saved from this old American News Magazine
HAMILTON, W. H., 1870 era. Written up in the "The 75,000,000 Dollar Flash", by Doris Cerveri, the stories of mining in the scenic hills of White Pine County, Nevada.
HAMILTON, W. W.,* - 1868 era - Location OK, NB, INDIAN TERRITORY.. Interpreter for the United States District court named in historical true story entitled STANDING BEAR: ELQQUENT ADVOCATE by Carl Uhlark who write of Thomas H. Tibbles, an assistant editor of the Omaha Herals and pioneer advocate of Indian rights and his attempt to help Ponca Indian Chief Standing Bear (called Ma-chu-nah-zah) to receive justice in the courts of the United States as found in this complete, rare and seldom read western magazine.
HAMILTON, William A. * Sergeant, (Selmer, Tennessee -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
HAMILTON, William J. * Private, (Decatur, Illinois –WW 1 Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
HAMLET * - 1920 - Pictured as star is Julia Marlowe of 'HAMLET" with Mr. Sothern in a pictorial collage entitled FAVORITES OF THE STAGE IN RECENT NOTABLE PRODUCTIONS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
HAMLET * - 1921 - Star Asta Nielsen pictured and written about as a featured in this article entitled PLAYERS AND SCENES OF STAGE AND SCREEN as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HAMLET * - 1923 - Stars pictured and written about in critique of the play showing at the Palace Theatre and featured in this article entitled SCENES FROM CURRENT PLAYS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
HAMLET' OF BERNHARDT, Sarah, Mme. * - 1914 - Pictured and written about in article entitled "FAT AND THIN HAMLETS" . She finds the English tragedians who essay to play the role of Hamlet too broad of shoulder and stout of limb to comport with the anguish written on their face as saved from this old American News Magazine.
HAMLET with HAMPDEN, Walter * - 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.
HAMLEY, L. H. - circa 1910 = 1930. Site: Canada, ID, NV, OK, OR. Named in "FIRST KING OF THE BULL DOGGERS" by Milt Hinkle and Claude Keema who relate the life and times of this rodeo wizard with a rope who appeared at countless western shows as told in this old and complete western magazine.
HAMLIN WIZARD OIL COMPANY - 1830 - 1900. Location: NY, OR, PA. Named in story entitled "HEALTH OR MONEY RESTORED" by Brooks McNamara - a fascinating history of quack medicines and their promoters in the pioneer days of the old west as found in this old and complete western magazine
HAMLIN, C. C. - (President, Citizen Alliance) - 1859 - 1893. Site: Colorado. Named in story entitled "REQUIEM FOR THE FEDERATION" by T. H. Watkins who writes of the class warfare struggle challenging the power of organized capital in violent confrontation between miners and mine owners as found in this complete, western magazine.
HAMLIN, Charles S., - (Assistant Secretary of Treasure) - 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
HAMLIN, Hailey H., * - Inventor of Submarine Tractor to recover treasure - 1936 - Pictorial collage entitled "News of Scientific and Engineer Progress" showing inventions of the times.
HAMLIN, James D., Judge - 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
HAMLIN, Vincent * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an old American News Magazine. He is featured in COMICS--AND THEIR CREATORS as the outstanding author of "Alley Opp".
HAMLINS FAMILY - 1850 - 80 Era. Named in the life history of Edgar W. Nye entitled THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A WESTERN JUSTICE OF THE PEACE who served as Justice of the Peace, Coroner, and Lawyer on the western frontier. Illustrations by E. W. Kemble. Hilarious stories of the events in the life of a lawman on the western frontier as saved from this old and seldom found magazine
HAMM, Arthur E.*, Captain - New York City - WWI Honor Roll - Killed in Action.
HAMMARSKJOLD, M. * 1919 - League of Nations - Member, Permanent Court of International Justice in Carnegie Peace Palace, The Hague, Holland.
HAMMER, Frank - 1830 - 1950 - TEXAS. Texas Ranger Lawman named in historical memorabilia brought to life in story entitled "HISTORICAL BADGES OF THE TEXAS RANGERS" by George E. Virgines picturing badges of well know and seldom found Texas Ranger Lawmen as published in the complete western magazine which is in mint condition.
HAMMER, Jackson - 1898 era - Named as one of the "gamblers" of the Gold Rush but who frequented Klondike Kate who 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
HAMMERSTEIN, Arthur - 1931 - Picture is leading star Jeanie Lang in article entitled Players Prominent in Broadway Attractions as leading actress in musical comedy "
BALLYHOO" at Hamerstein's theatre as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
HAMMERSTEIN, Elaine * - 1922 - American Actress - Pictorial collage entitled "Actresses Prominent in the Silent Drama".
HAMMERSTEIN, Elaine * - 1922 - America's Leading Ladies Pictured from "Reckless Youth".
HAMMERSTEIN, Elaine * - 1923 - Featured in pictorial collage entitled PROMINENT ACTRESSES OF THE SILENT DRAMA as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint. 11 by 16 inches.
HAMMERSTEIN, Elaine * (Selznick Star) Leading Actresses of the Photo Drama as published in a collage in a Pictorial Magazine of 1921.
HAMMERSTEIN, Oscar (BLACK SINGING GROUP -THE JOHNSON BROTHERS, National Magazine, Sept. 14, 1942)
HAMMERSTEIN, Oscar * - 1907 - Mentioned in Article entitled "Mary Garden" detailing career of Mary Garden who is appearing in Oscar Hammerstein's Louise.
HAMMERSTEIN, Oscar. * - 1907 - Pictured and written about in cartoon as shown in article entitled " A HUDSON RIVER SCHOOL OF ORCHESTRA " which announces Lillian Nordica's plans for an American Institute of Music combining a school of operatic instruction with the features of a great Wagner Theatre at Balreuth as saved from this old American News Magazine.
HAMMITT, Claud * - Era 1913 - Site: Oregon country. Author (and clarinet player) of story of young man, John Hammitt who traveled to Oregon and lived out his life in the community as saved from this old complete, rare western magazine.
HAMMITT, John * - Era 1913 - Site: Oregon country. Storekeeper (and trombone player) of story of young man, John Hammitt who traveled to Oregon and lived out his life in the community as saved from this old complete, rare western magazine.
HAMMITT, John * - Era 1913 - Site: Oregon country. Storekeeper (and trombone player) of story of young man, John Hammitt who traveled to Oregon and lived out his life in the community as saved from this old complete, rare western magazine.
HAMMITT, Maude * - Era 1913 - Site: Oregon country. Sister of Storekeeper of story of young man, John Hammitt who traveled to Oregon and lived out his life in the community as saved from this old complete, rare western magazine.
HAMMOND EXPERIMENTAL "FLYING FLIVVER" - Featured new article entitled " Seeking Ideal Flying Flivver" 1935.
HAMMOND, C. A. * Lieutenant (Port Huron, Michigan -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
HAMMOND, Dean - 1935 -American Inventor. HAMMOND EXPERIMENTAL "FLYING FLIVVER" - Featured new article entitled " Seeking Ideal Flying Flivver"
HAMMOND, Edward - 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
HAMMOND, H. E. * - (Photo) - 1928 - 809 Main Street, Winchester, Mass. Winner of cash award for Photo entitled A STUDENT OF CURRENT EVENTS as submitted in the WEEKLY PRIZE PHOTOGRAPHIC CONTEST of this old American Pictorial Magazine. .
HAMMOND, John Hay * His son, John, Jr. has invented torpedo which will revolutionize undersea fighting. Named in 1922 and mentioned as "Personalities Prominent in Recent News
HAMMOND, John Hay, Jr. * Invented torpedo which will revolutionize undersea fighting. Named in 1922 and mentioned as "Personalities Prominent in Recent News". Pictured with his father.
HAMMOND, John Hays, * - 1923 - Pictured in article entitled "In the News From All Parts of the United States" as the COAL COMMISSION IN SESSION with Lewis representing mine workers, John Hays Hammond serving as Chairman of the Coal Commission and Thomas R. Marshall.
HAMMOND, Ray - 1890 - 1930 ERA Western Rodeo Star named in the Autobiography of Milt Hinkle entitled "Dodging A Necktie Party Was 90 % of the Fun" with pictures and names of stars of the Rodeo, Circus and Western performers he starred with as published in this rare and complete magazine.
HAMMOND, Richard P., (Collector of Customs) - 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.
HAMMOND, Virginia * - 1922 - Pictured are Virginia Hammond and Edmund Lowe playing in Desert Sands in page entitled Striking Scenes From Latest Theatrical Openings" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HAMMOND, Walter - 1866 - 68, Location, IN, MO. Named in story entitled "AMERICA'S FIRST TRAIN ROBBERIES" by Carl W. Breihan who reports that before anyone realized what happened, train robbers boarded the Jefferson, Madison and Indianapolis Flyer and started a trend that captivated pioneer America for many years as found in this old, complete, western magazine.
HAMMONTON, NEW JERSEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE - 1923 - Miss Alice Kinde representing the Hammonton, New Jersey Chamber of Commerce pictured in article entitled Types of Loveliness from Various Cities as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
HAMPDEN, unknown, Superintendent, - 1900 era – Location: ID, MT, NV. Named in story entitled “Two Funerals For Al Hennessy” by Ernest Oberbillig who writes of the pioneer life of Albert Hennessy who founded mining claims such as the Meadow Creek Silver Mines as found in this rare, complete, seldom found western magazine.
HAMPDEN, Walter * - 1923 - Featured in pictorial collage entitled LEADING ACTORS OF THE AMERICAN STAGE as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint. 11 by 16 inches.
HAMPDEN, Walter * - 1924 - Pictured as featured in "THE LIGHT OF ASIA" in article entitled PLAYERS IN THE NEWEST BROADWAY ATTRACTIONS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HAMPDEN, Walter * - 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.
HAMPTON COURT STUDENT IN LONDON * - 1924 - Pictured in collage entitled RADIO IN SOME OF ITS MYRIAD PHASES showing little radio enthusiast enjoying radio as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HAMPTON ROADS - 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.
HAMPTON, Bob of Placer * - 1921 - Pictured in movie entitled BOB HAMPTON OF PLACER in article entitled ACTRESSES AND CLIMACTIC SCENES IN PLAYS and shown with General George Armstrong Custer as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HAMPTON, Ethel * - 1936 - Principal stage actress in "On Your Toes" - Musical Revue as published in this old pictorial.
HAMPTON, Hope * - 1920 - Texas starlet who appeared as a leading actress in "The Modern Salome" and "The Bait" as pictured in this Pictorial collage.
HAMPTON, Hope * - 1922 - Pictured in collage entitled First National Attractions Advertisement are stars of screen entertainment entitled THE GREAT FALL SELECTIONS as saved. 11 by 16 inches. Mint Condition.
HAMPTON, Mary * - 1921 - Pictured in cast are Dudley Digges, Augustin Duncan, Mary Hampton, Angela McCahill, James Marr, Brandon Peters and Barry Macollum, appearing in "JOHN FERGUSON" as published in article entitled "ACTRESS AND STRIKING SCENES IN CURRENT PLAYS" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
HAM'S FORK - 1862 Era - Identified in story entitled "Brigham Young and the Saints Went Marching". Only this time, they were ready to leave Salt Lake City rather than suffer the indignity of U. S. troops occupying their sacred city as found in rare old western magazine.
HAN, Brother - 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
HANAK, Milos, Mme., * - Wife of Dr. Milos Hanak (Attache' of the Czechoslovak Legation in Washington) is pictured in article headlined WOMEN IN PROFESSIONAL AND SOCIAL SPHERES as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
HANBURY RIVER - 1910-20 Circa - Named in autobiography entitled "He Lived With The Barrens" - the life experiences of John Hornby - relates his exploration of the Barrens inc. Great Slave Lake, Baker Lake, Great Bear Lake. Old complete western magazine.
HANCHETT, L. J. - (Partner of Patrick and Michael Manogue) - 1830 - 90 era. Site: Ireland, CT, NV. Named in story entitled "NO NEED TO TALK RELIGION" by Marion Holbrook who writes of this Catholic Priest and his experiences as Father, Priest and Bishop as found in this old. complete western magazine.
HANCOCK, C. L. - 1880 - 1930 era. Location: OK, MS, NM. Named as brother-in-law of subject in story entitled SAM BUTLER - COWBOY LAWMAN - written by Charles P. Sterrett and sponsored by Mrs. L. Mehlhop of the Dexter, New Mexico Historical Society and researched by by W. H. "Bill" Dearholt which is, in effect, a history of early New Mexico territory as found in this old and complete western magazine
HANCOCK, J. T. * - (Dirigible) - 1921- Crewman of the Z R 2 who lost his life as pictured in this pictorial collage entitled "IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL SERVICES OVER THE BODIES OF AMERICANS WHO PERISHED IN Z R 2 DISASTER w PORTRAITS OF VICTIMS" who are individually shown in moving tribute to those who lost their life as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANCOCK, J. T., Commander of the SHENANDOAH CREW * - 1924 - Member of the CREW of American Dirigible pictured in collage and entitled THE DAUGHTER OF THE STARS ONCE MORE TAKES TO THE AID as America's mightiest airship leaved the ground at Lakehurst, New Jersey as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANCOCK, Lewis (or Louis) *, Lieutenant - 1925 - Named as killed 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.
HANCOCK, Lewis (or Louis) Lieutenant Commander, (DEATH OF THE SHENANDOAH - 1925, American Magazine 1959)
HANCOCK, Major General (The Superb). "The Men in Command of Our Fighting Force". Saturday Evening Post 1901.
HANCOCK, W. S., General - 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.
HANCOCK, William C.,* - 1900 era - Locations: Rodeo sites in the United States. Co-author of 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.
HANCOCK, William CX * - 1880 era. Location, Ft. Worth, Texas. Co-author of story entitled RANCHERO GRANDE by William CX Hancock and Wylie W. Bennett, Sr. Covers the history of this Ft. Worth Horseman who was responsible for the founding of Texas Thoroughbred Racing. He and his brother set about to develop the greatest ranch in the west only to be foiled by a detested ocean of oil as published in this seldom found western magazine.
HANCOCK, William CX - 1890 - 1900 era. Location: OK, TX. Named as co-author of story entitled I KNEW QUANAH PARKER by Wm. Cx Hancock. Rare pictures of Parker, his son and Squaws in a story of a powerful chief whose named calmed angry braves and so impressed a small white boy that he felt that benign influence many years later as published in this old and complete western magazine
HANCOCK, Winfield S., Major General - 1875 - 89. Location Texas, Mexico, New York. Named in the story entitled THE INSANITY AND DEATH OF GENERAL RANALD S. MACKENZIE by J. M. Skaggs who writes of the end of duty and life of the hero of heroes who had done as much as any one man to rid the Southwest of marauding Indians as found in this seldom read western magazine
HANCOCK, Winford, Scott, General * - 1860 - 80 - era: Site - Kansas - Colorado. Named in story entitled LAYING TRACK ON THE HIGH PLAINS by Joseph W. Snell with photos provided by the Kansas State Historical Society of Topeka. History - a history of the times when the Pacific Railroad Act of 1862 provided impetus to expand our railway system and enable coast to coast travel as saved from this rare and complete western magazine
HANCOCK, Winford S., Major General of the U. S. Army -1870 era - U. S. A. - Canada Boundary - Named in story entitled "STRANGE LETTERS AND A BOUNDARY SURVEY by Roy P. Johnson. Seems there was a dispute in Pembina, Dakota Territory over the location of a Hudson Bay Company trading post and the smuggling of whiskey through a “No Man’s Land” which led to confirmation of the U.S.-Canadian boundary as told in the old and complete western magazine
HANCOCK'S STORE - 1870 Era, LOCATION: Arizona Territory, Named in story entitled JOE PHY, DEPUTY by Homer Wilkes who writes of Phy's experiences hunting down and killing of two Mexican Bandits who had stolen horses from the Martinez Stage Station as found in this old and complete western magazine.
HAND, George - Artisan - 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.
HAND Indian mentioned in "Professor Marsh and the Thunder Horses" article from old magazine
HANDERHAND, Pat - 1867 era. Location: NB. Named in story entitled THE PLUM CREEK INCIDENT by Carl Uhlarik who writes of the only documented time the Western Plains Indians were successful in wrecking a train - Union Pacific Engine 53 at Plum Creek, NB as found in this old and complete western magazine.
HANDLEBAR INFANTRY - 1897 era - Named in this story which which chronicles the activity of the 25th U. S. Infantry Bicycle Corps which was a test of the bicycle's ability to function for the U. S. Army. Trip started at Fort Missoula and ended at St. Louis Missouri. Rare and unusual item of Black Americana as found in this seldom read western magazine.
HANDLER, Charles Attorney mentioned in - I WAS A FUGITIVE FROM A CHAIN GANG, Featured article entitled "Two Governors Battle for a Chain Gang Fugitive", National Magazine, 1933.
HANDLEY-PAGE AIRPLANE * 1920 Pictorial Review entitled "Luxury Attained in Modern Airplane Travel."
HANDLEY-PAGE AIRPLANE, * - 1920 - Unique air machines pictured while on exhibition at THE AERONAUTIC EXPOSITION, PARIS - largest of it's kind in the world and headlined GREAT EUROPEAN STRIDES IN AIRPLANE MANUFACTURE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANDLEY-PAGE AIRPLANES * - 1917-18 Pictorial collage entitled "American Aviators at Work at Home and Abroad" as saved from old News magazine.
HANDLEY-PAGE SUPERDREADNOUGHTS AIRPLANE * - 1918 - Comprehensive report with a collage of pictures. Text entitled "The Development of Aerial Transportation" as saved from this old American Illustrated Review.
HAND-SHAKER'S *, "Lords of the South Plains" by Norman B. Wiltsey, history of the Comanche Indians from old magazine in pioneer days.
HANDSOME HARRY - 1880 - 1920 era - Site Western Frontier of Colorado -Horse named in author Victor W. Miller's THE CROSS BAR RANCH ON PICEANCE CREEK - a story of roughin it in early frontier days in the snows of Colorado taking care of sheep, eating buckskin (deer meat) and trying to stay warm as told and experienced in this very rare western magazine.
HANDYSIDE, Andrew and Company of Derby and London, England - mentioned in WHISTLER, Major George W., 1870 era - United States Army Engineer for the NICOLAI RAILROAD BRIDGE * - St. Petersburg, Russia. 1871 - Story and engraving on erection of new method of construction.
HANEY, Bert E. - 1923 - Named in article as a member of the United States Shipping Board. He is 44 years old, a Democrat, haing served five years as Chairman of the Oregon Democratic State Committee and United States Attorney for the Oregon District.
HANF, Constance, Miss * - 1931 - New York swimmer pictured in article entitled A 14-YEAR OLD STAR as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANF, Constance, Miss * - 1933 - Pictured in a pictorial collage of swimming events at the Jones Beech Senior and Junior Metropolitan Championship swimming meet and the individuals participating pictured as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 14 inches.
HANF, Frank S. * Lieutenant, Engineers (Chelsea, Mass -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
HANFORD, Ira * - 1936 - (Jockey ) of Kentucky Derby Winner BOLD VENTURE pictured entitled THE KENTUCKY DERBY KING CROWNED after he had defeated Brevity and St. Germans. Owned by Morton L. Schwartz and ridden by Ira Hanford as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANG * - 1900 era - Port Angeles, Washington Territory location. Chinese worker named and pictured 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.
HANGTREE AT SECOND GARROTTE, CALIFORNIA - 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
HANGER, C. W. W. , * - 1920 - Pictured and identified as Public Representative of the Railway Labor Board in double page article entitled "Figures and Happenings in the OUTLAW Strike. Which Has Thrown the Railroads Into Confusion" This collage of pictures of the Chicago Stock Yard Strike is saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
HANGING TREE DEAD MARKER * - 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.
HANGMAN'S DAUGHTER * - 1875 - 1920 Era. SITE Arkansas. Story entitled Hangman's Daughter by Maurice Kildare of the seamier side of life in the west who tells of cheating, gambling, killing in the Cherokee Strip as found in this unusual side of the law as published in this old western magazine.
HANGMAN'S TREE - 1850 era. Location CO. KA, MT, NE, WY. Named in story entitled “Homestead Stakes” by Grace Elsie Shippen who tells of story of western pioneers from England who settled in sod houses on the prairie and later moved to the Rockies and their life on the frontier as found in this old, complete western magazine.
HANGMAN'S TREE AT SECOND GARROTE * mentioned in "Lynch Law of the Mother Lode", by Ben T. Traywick
HANGTOWN mentioned in "Lynch Law of the Mother Lode", by Ben T. Traywick
HANGTOWN ROAD *., - 1844 era - Location, Sierra Nevada Mountains - Engraving shown and named in "Wagons Over the Sierras", the actual true story of hauling the freight to the gold miners describing the fine art of jerklining via the Hangtown Road from St. Joe, Missouri as published in the complete, rare and seldom found western magazine
HANIGHEN, Frank C. * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an old American News Magazine. He is the co-author of MERCHANTS OF DEATH, a recent study of international tracking of munitions.
HANIHARA, M., * - 1922 - Pictured as delegate to the Arms Conference from Japan in gorgeous uniforms. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
HANIM, Naschide Saffet as MISS TURKEY, * - Competed in Miss Europe Contest in a Collage of portraits of various Queens of Europe competing in MISS EUROPE OF 1931 pictured with her rivals in the Paris Contest to represent Europe in the Miss Universe contest as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANK, "Rocky Mountain" - Rodeo Act -Circa 1900's - 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 Magazine
HANK, Black - 1900 era. Site; Nebraska, Cuba, United States. Named in story entitled IRON MAN LLEWELLYN - a remarkable history of one of the great pioneers of the west. Honored as a fighting man by Theodore Roosevelt and stalwart defender of the rights of all as found in this unusual western magazine.
HANKENS, - 1860's - 1890 - LOCATION: CA, HA, MO, NY. Named as player with the Union Club of Massena, New York in great story entitled BALL ONE OF THE FRONTIER by Milt Riske of baseball in the early days including one about a home run hit that had to be measured the next day cause it was so long they had to get special equipment or the Mormon triple play where a ball landed in a tree and a player shook it out while all watched – then got the ball loose and threw it in and got three outs. Featured story in an old western magazine
HANKIE, Maurice * Sir. British Imperial Cabinet Leader pictured in "The Empire on Which the Sun Never Sets in War Council.
HANKINS, Bill * - 1843 - 1922 era. Location: Nebraska, Montana, Oregon, South Dakota. Brother-in-law of Lena Cummings named in story entitled THE RAYMONDS, SOUTH DAKOTA'S KA-KOOSH FAMILY as told to Mary Alice Brusha by Leana Raymond Cummings of a frontier family, friendly to Indians in South Dakota who survived the hard times caused by the Battle of Wounded Knee as published in this rarely read complete western magazine.
HANK'S VAUGHN FATAL RIDE * - 1880 era - Oregon. 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.
HANKS, Camilla * and Butch Cassidy gang. Wanted Poster Pictured in "Way-Laying The Iron Horse" by Lee Ryland. Story of Golden Spike Centennial Celebration. Union Pacific Railroad.
HANLEY, Bill 1900 era -owner of Oregon Trunk Railroad mentioned in "Battle of Deschutes" named in "Battle of Deschutes" where railway sabotage prevailed in a war for the key route to San Francisco through the Deschutes River Canyon in Oregon as found in this complete, rare and seldom found western magazine.
HANLEY, Dan - Mentioned in "Happy Days and Happy Men" By: Frank B. Bryant. Story of Leesburg Mining Company in 1910 as written up in old magazine
HANLEY, Frank - 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
HANLEY, Richard P. Sergeant, U. S. Army. C Troop, Custer's 7th Cavalry, "Under A Most Galling Fire" by Howard Peterson. Old Magazine reciting history of Congressional Medal of Honor Winners and heroes of Medal of Honor Point on the Reno-Benteen Battlefield 1876
HANLON of the CHICAGO AND ALL -AMERICAN WORLD TOUR BASEBALL TEAMS * - Shown in pictorial collage entitled "FAMOUS TEAMS OF EARLY DAYS AND NOTED VETERANS" and named as "these players toured the world in 1888- 1889" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANLON, Dick (Ran ringer at Fair Grounds) - 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.HATCH, Llewellyn "Hot Lamb and Peas" - 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
HANLON, Joseph T. * Lieutenant, (Baltimore, Maryland - WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
HANNA, Edward J., Archbishop * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an old American News Magazine. He heads the National Longshoremen's Board to mediate California water-front strike.
HANNA, Elizabeth * - 1922 - Pictured Granddaughter of Senator Mark A. Hanna of Ohio - Featured in " Women in Realms of Society, Politics and Music". 11 by 17 inches.
HANNA, Frederick W. * Lieutenant (Burlington, Vermont –WW 1 Honor Roll – Died Airplane Accident)
HANNA, John * - 1926 - With the War Finance Corporation of Washington, D. C., won award for his photo entitled RICHARD as featured In The Weekly Camera Competition as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
HANNA, John - ( % War Finance Commission, Washington, D. C..) - 1927 - Winner of Award in pictorial collage entitled "AMATEUR CONTESTANTS AWARDED CASH PRIZE" as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
HANNA, Mark - 1928 - Mentioned in article stating Mrs. McCormick;' election victory i.e. it is the biggest single inspiration women have derived since suffrage was extended to them as entitled "Political Revolution in Illinois" as saved from this old American News magazine.
HANNA, Mark - 1900 era. Location OK, CA. Named in story entitled THE OUTLAW WHO RAN FOR GOVERNOR by Albert S. Giles, Sr., who writes of Al Jennings - an outlaw and penitentiary inmate who became a famous lawyer, citizen, candidate for Governor and consultant to the Movie Industry as told in this old and complete western magazine
HANNA, Mark A. - 1897 - Named in the pictorial genealogy entitled "Prominent America Families: The McKinleys as it was presented in 1897 in a very famous American publication as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANNA, Robert E, Photo * - 1931 - (of Greeley, Colorado) - Winner of Cash Award for photo submitted entitled NATURE ON THE GRAND SCALE IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN PARK OF COLORADO in weekly feature entitled WINNERS OF CASH AWARDS IN THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHIC CONTEST as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANNAH, Mark - 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.
HANNAH, R. U., Photo * - 1931 - (of San Pedro, California). Cash award winner entitled "GULLS ATTACHED TO THE U. S. S. WEST VIRGINIA" in "WINNERS OF CASH AWARDS IN THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
HANNAH, Thomas mentioned in "Bill Stewart…Nevada's Silver Chief"
HANNAHS, J. M. Patent. Here is the original paper entitled HANNAH'S PATENT METROPOLITAN RAILWAY as written up in this old American Scientific magazine in 1871
HANNAN, E. H., - 1923 - His design picture entitled MEDAL STRUCK FOR THE HARDING-COOLIDGE INAUGURATION designed by E. H. Hannan as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
HANNAY, David written up in "The Real Story Of Jutland" as published in 1926 in this American News Mag.
HANNER, H. S., - Justice of the Peace * - 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
HANNIBAL and ST. JOSEPH TRAIN - 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.
HANNIBAL, MISSOURI mentioned in "The Real Molly Brown", by Louise Cheney
HANNIGAN, Thomas * Private, (New York, New York -WW 1 Honor Roll -Killed in Action)
HANNING, F. (Chicago, Ill. - One Piece Salt and Pepper Shaker -1932 INVENTORS AND INVENTIONS National Pictorial Collage)
HANNON, Frank C., (Illustrator) - 1910 era - Location: WY. Illustrator of NOT EVEN A DRINK which tells of the hold-up of a telegraph office in Dale Creek, Wyoming and the purported robbery of a Union Pacific Railroad train as found in this old and complete western magazine.
HANOVER - (Thoroughbred Horse) - 1910 - 20 era, Location: AZ, NM, Mexico. Named in race horse story entitled PAN ZARETA by Walt Wiggins who writes a thorough review of her breeding and racing history and a thrilling retelling of the match race with JOE BLAIR at Juarez, Mexico Race Track as found in this old and complete western magazine
HANOVER * - 1931 - Plane pictured in pictorial collage entitled AROUND THE WORLD WITH POST AND GATTY IN PICTURES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine which includes map of flight with Wiley Post and Howard Gatty. 11 by 14 mint condition.
HANRAHAN, Jim Trader mentioned in "Red Lightning Struck Twice", by Curtis Bishop
HANRAY, Lawrence * - 1923 - Starring in a John Galsworthy play at the Gaiety Theatre in New York showing stars and scenes of the play "LOYALTIES" entitled A POWERFUL PORTRAYAL OF EMOTIONS CROSS-CURRENTS IN PLAY as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
HANS, Frederick (Chief of the North West Railroad's Agents) - 1860 - 1900. Location, United States. Pictured in story entitled "SPECIAL AGENTS" by George E. Virgines of those railway special agents that followed the lonsesome whistle of a train to stop robbers of the old west. Index as saved from this old and complete western magazine.
HANSBROUCK, Olive * - 1900 era - Location: United States. Named in story of Hoot Gibson entitled "THE REAL COWBOY NO MOVIE HERO COULD MATCH" by Glenn Shirley. Names movies, experiences of cowpoke who grew up punching cattle in Nebraska and his life because a series of wild adventures no Hollywood writer could dream up as found in this rare western magazine.
HANSEN FAMILY mentioned in "We Threw Fanny To The Wolves" article from old magazine
HANSEN, Henry O. "Hank" *, Sergeant, 3rd Platoon, Company E, U. S. Marine Corps - 1945 - Site: Iwo Jima. Named in story entitled "THE FIRST 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.
HANSEN, Herman * Mechanic, (Edmore, Michigan –WW 1 Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
HANSEN, J. E. - 1890 era - Captain named in story entitled 'The Year The Klondike Almost Starved" - the story of how the people of Dawson, Alaska were starving and the United States government organized expeditions to supply relief as published in this rare western magazine.
HANSEN, John Named as Director CHATHAM and PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK* - 1920 - Great old ad entitled "A Banking Service that Covers Manhattan".
HANSEN, Juanita * - 1920 - Pictured in article entitled "Actresses in Plays of the Opening Fall Season and Striking Situations in Some Popular Success."
HANSEN, Karl * Private, Engineer Corps (WW 1 Honor Roll - Died in France, Feb. 2,1918 from Wounds received in Explosion)
HANSEN, Klaus (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.
HANSEN, Oriville- 1850 - 60 era. Location: Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, California. Sailor on the "Edward Everett" 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
Hanson Ranch, - 1900 era – Location: ID, MT, NV. Named in story entitled “Two Funerals For Al Hennessy” by Ernest Oberbillig who writes of the pioneer life of Albert Hennessy who founded mining claims such as the Meadow Creek Silver Mines as found in this rare, complete, seldom found western magazine.
HANSON TRANSPORTATION COMPANY * - 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.
HANSON, - WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY END * - 1933 - Pictorial cover titled U. S. C. ENDS IT SEASON IN A TRIPLE TIE FOR PACIFIC COAST HONORS with picture of Washington U's end Hanson intercepting a pass from Warburton to Bescos in which the Trojans won 13 to 7. 10 by 14 inches. Mint.
HANSON, Alma - 1890 - 1900 era. Location: ID. Author of story entitled HELL RAISERS ON THE PAYETTE CANAL 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 magazi
HANSON, Augusta * - 1924 - Pictured as skating on the crystal surface at Lake Hopatcong as named in article saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches
HANSON, Carl - 1925 - Named 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.
HANSON, Carl - MAMMOTH CAVE*, 1947 Historical Item by Katharine Best w pictures - several page of details, guide names, historical facts.
HANSON, George C. * - 1935 - Detailed to Addis Ababa as Consul General and Charge d'affaires is pictured and written about in article entitled CONSULAR TROUBLE SHOOTER as it appeared in the FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS and saved from this old American pictorial magazine
HANSON, Gladys * - 1930 - Pictured as featured player in the play "DEAR OLD ENGLAND" now playing at the Ritz Theatre as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
HANSON, H. H. Able Seamen, (The 1899 Andelana Maritime Disaster, Rare Find in old magazine)
HANSON, Henry * Private (Seattle, Washington –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
HANSON, Henry O., Sergeant, U. S. Marine Corps, * - 1923 - 55 era. AZ, IWO JIMA, Washington, D. C. 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.
HANSON, Henry* - 1916 - 21 - Named as Captain of licensed steamer 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.
HANSON, Ole * - 1919 - Mayor, Seattle, Washington who announced himself as against surrender to the demands of the Miner's Union as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
HANSON, Ole* - 1916 - 21 - Named as Engineer of licensed steamer Lotsa 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.
HANSON, Pete MAMMOTH CAVE*, 1947 Historical Item by Katharine Best w pictures - several page of details, guide names, historical facts.
HANSON, Railroad Engineer - - 1900 era railroad history entitled "The Squaw Line" by Vera Saban. Photos. When a bunch of Swedes were asked why they were riding this train. They answered "Just to looka" and, thus the name - Toluca Railroad -- as published in this old magazine.
HANSON, Rubin * Corporal, (Lake Nebagamon, Wisconsin - WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action),
HANSON, William * Corporal, (Portland, Oregon –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
HANSUCKER, Carol J. * Sergeant, (Front Royal, Virginia - WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action),
HANUM, Aziz Haldar, Honorable * - 1914 - Woman's Rights Leader of Turkey pictured unveiled and featured in article entitled AWAKENING OF TURKISH WOMAN. Principal of organization called Defense of the Rights of Ottoman women as saved from this old American News Magazine.
HANUSSEN, Erik Jan (Hypnotist) * - 1924 - European pictured arriving on the steamship President Harding with European Strong Woman Miss Mahre Fara as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine 80 years ago in mint condition. The single page is 11 by 16 inches.
HANWAY, Earl L. - 1900 era railroad history entitled "The Squaw Line" by Vera Saban. Photos. When a bunch of Swedes were asked why they were riding this train. They answered "Just to looka" and, thus the name - Toluca Railroad -- as published in this old magazine.
HANZE, Richard Apprentice, (Deceased), (The 1899 Andelana Maritime Disaster, Rare Find in old magazine)
HAPLESS MEMORIES OF A COUNTRY STOREKEEPER * - Era 1913 - Site: Oregon country. Young man traveled to Oregon and lived out his life in the community as saved from this old complete, rare western magazine.
HAPPY HOLLOW - 1890's - LOCATION: Eureka Springs, Arkansas Named in story entitled "AUS ARCS - YESTERDAY'S WORLD by Pearl Anoe with photos courtesy of author. Tells of history of Eureka Springs inc. story of Miss Wixt who came to Eureka Springs on a stretcher, blind and deaf and nobody - but nobody expected her to live but the magic waters healed her to have a merry old life at 80 as found in this complete western magazine.
HAPPY HOOLIGAN (Sunday comic) mentioned in "Two Years on the Desert", by: K. E. Covington
HAPPY STATION, ALASKA - 1880 - 1920 - Named in this story of the heroic men who braved the narrow gauges entitled "THE TANANA VALLEY NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY" that extended from Fairbanks, Alaska down to Chena Slough. Names, stops, engines, pictures all here as found in this complete western magazine.
HAPWOOD, Ruth (Miss) * - 1923 - Snowshoer pictured at Girl Scout Camp at Briarcliff Manor, New York.
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