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IRIZOYEN, Hipolito * - 1917 - President of Argentina pictured in article entitled "Latin American Leaders Who Support President Wilson" as saved from old American Pictorial magazine
IRIZOYEN, Hipolito * - Pictured in article entitled "Latin American Leader Who Support President Wilson" as saved from old American Pictorial Magazine.
IRON EYE.,* - 1868 era - Location OK, NB, INDIAN TERRITORY.. Indian Chief of the Omaha tribe 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.
IRON EYE 1848 - 52. Location: U.S. Named in story entitled "RUDOLPH KURZ" - THE WEST'S FORGOTTEN ARTIST by Wilfred T. Neil Old, complete western magazine
IRON HOOK SIDESADDLE HISTORY * - 1868 era. Site: United States, Europe, Mexico. Named in story by Ann Hall entitled "ELEGANT WAS THE WORD FOR GREAT-GRANDMA" who writes of the history of Side Saddle riding along with tack terms described as found in this old, complete western magazine.
IRON JACKET, Chief, "Lords of the South Plains" by Norman B. Wiltsey, history of the Comanche Indians from old magazine in pioneer days.
IRON MOUNTAIN RANCH - 1861 era - Location: WY. Named in story entitled WAS TOM HORN TWO MEN? by Dean Krakel who reports on one of the most argued about trials in frontier history as found in this old, complete western magazine.
IRON SHIRT, Indian mentioned in "Palo Duro, canyon of the dead" article from old magazine
IRON TALE (Ogallala Sioux Indian Chief) . - 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.
IRON TRAIN - Sioux Indian - 1894 - 1930 - Named in fantastic story entitled SHADOW WARRIORS: REAL INDIANS IN THE MOVIES w photos courtesy of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. Tells the story of the making of films entitled Ghost Dance, Indian War Council and The Vanishing American using real Indians who had fought in the wars..
IRONCLAD "FINIS BELLI" * - 1904 - Drawing of this first ironclad aground and abandoned by the Dutch in this history entitled EARLY ARMOR-CLAD by Major C. Field of Glenmore, England with detailed text and pictures of the various type of amour used in the early days to protect ships as saved from this 101 year old American magazine.
IRONCLAD SHIPS * - 1904 - History entitled EARLY ARMOR-CLAD by Major C. Field of Glenmore, England with detailed text and pictures of the various type of amour used in the early days to protect ships as saved from this 101 year old American magazine.
IRONDALE, WASHINGTON * - 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.
IRONS, J. A. * Colonel, attending "The Japanese Mission To American" 1917 as published in Illustrated Pictorial.
IRONSHIRT - 1860 ERA - LOCATION - TX - Indian Chief named in story entitled "When the ‘Ironshirt’ Clashed with ‘Old Rip’" by Neil Coleman who writes that the Indian Chief "Ironshirt" struck terror into the hearts of settlers and cavalry men alike until John S. Ford "Old Rip" led his Texas Rangers against him as found in this old and complete western magazine
IRONSIDES, E., Major General - U. S. Army * - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled AMERICAN SOLDIERS FIGHTING ON ARCHANGEL (RUSSIA) FRONT in World War l is a Company of American Troops of Company M of the 339th Infantry being inspected by Major General E. Ironsides as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches
IRONSIDES, Luke - 1923 - mentioned in article entitled "The New Freer Gallery As A Test of Taste" as published in old American News magazine
IROQUOIS INDIANS - 1800 - 1900's era. Location: ID, MT, OR, WA. Named in story entitled "BLACK ROBES AND CIRCUIT RIDERS" by Gracey Roffey Pratt who writes that in the pioneer days it was thought that 'Sunday Would Never Cross the Mississippi" but a host of dedicated circuit riders and missionaries carried their message as relayed in this history written in this old and complete western magazine.
IRVIN, Charlie - 1900 circa - 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.
IRVIN, Laura * - 1925 - (Washington, GA) - Pictured in article entitled "HER DOLLY GREW IN THE GARDEN" with doll she made from pumpkin at the Wilkes County Fair at Washington, Georgia as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
IRVIN, William A., * - 1936 - Pictured is Walter A. Irwin, President of United States Steel appearing before the Senate Interstate Commerce Commission in a pictorial collage entitled "Hearings Feature the Washington Week" as saved from this American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 14 inches
IRVINE, Andrew - 1922 - 27 era. Site: Tibet, India. Named in story of Captain J. B. L. Noel, - Cinematic Photographer and Producer of film entitled "FILMING THE EPIC OF EVEREST, the personal story recited of the filming of one of the most important documentary mountain expeditions of all time as saved from this 80 year old American News Magazine. 5 pages. Mint condition.
IRVINE Colonial, assistant commissioner mentioned in "The Northwest Mounted Police of Canada"
IRVINE, A. G., Col. - 1880;s era - Location - Montana and British Columbia, Canada - Mentioned in "Secret of the Murder's Loot" by T. W. Paterson. Canada was unsuccessful in extraditing Bulldog Kelly from the United States; but he didn't live to return and recover his loot.
IRVINE, Harry * (Actor), (1936 WPA LAUNCHES BROADWAY HIT, Pictorial Review, 1936)
IRVINE, Harry * - 1936 - Pictured and named as actor in pictorial collage entitled "The WPA Launches A Broadway Hit" of The Popular Price Theatre, a Federal Theatre Project covering a review of T. S. Eliot's "Murder in the Cathedral". Mint Condition. 11 by 14 inches.
IRVINE, Tom, Sheriff of Custer County, Montana * - 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.
IRVINE, W. C. (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
IRVINE, W. H., Sir * Australian Leader pictured in "The Empire on Which the Sun Never Sets in War Council."
IRVINE, William - 1870 era - Named in THOSE MARRYIN' EARP MEN - a family history of one of the pioneer families of the old west as found in this complete western magazine
IRVING, Laurence, Mr. and Mrs. * - 1914 - Pictured and written about in article about their death entitled Laurence Irving who were returning from a Canadian tour to produce a play on Napoleon when lost on the Empress of Ireland in the waters as saved from this old American News Magazine.
IRVING, Paulus Aemilius Deputy Attorney General, British Columbia - Mentioned in "Secret of the Murder's Loot" by T. W. Paterson. Canada was unsuccessful in extraditing Bulldog Kelly from the United States; but he didn't live to return and recover his loot.
IRVING, R.., * of the KENT SCHOOL ROWING CREW of Kent, Conn. . * - 1927 - Pictured in article entitled "PREP SCHOOLBOYS WHO WILL ROW IN ENGLAND: THE CREW OF THE KENT SCHOOL" who will take part in the Henley Regatta in England as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
IRVING, Washington - 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
IRVING, Washington - 1899 - Mentioned in article entitled "Brete Harte on the Short Story" and the history of this media of writing as saved from an old American News Magazine.
IRVINGTON STREET FAIR * - 1923 - Pictured as one of the ladies of the Westchester County Society posing at the Irvington Street Fair for Weschester County Charities as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
IRVINGTON, ILLINOIS * - 1922 - Cyclone hit mentioned in collage of pictures of "Tornados and Floods Sweep U. S. A. Causing Many Deaths and Tremendous Property Loses.
IRWIN BROTHERS RODEO - 1890 - 1930 ERA Western Star named in the Autobiography of World's Lady Champion Bucking Bronc Horse Rider with pictures and names of stars of the Rodeo she performed with as published in this rare and complete western magazine.
IRWIN BROTHERS WILD WEST SHOW * - 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.
IRWIN SISTERS - 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.
IRWIN, Bennett -. 1890 era - Location, DeWitt County, Texas - Named in "Nebraska's Dahlman", the story of a wanted man Jim Dahlman who left his past, changed his name to Jim Murray and found success and fortune in Nebraska as described in this old rare complete western magazine.
IRWIN, C. B. * - Pioneer Rodeo Days - Rodeo producer named in history entitled "THE AMERICAN RODEO SPORT AND SPECTACLE" by Willard H. Porter. If your granddaddy made the rodeos, he is probably named here. Lots of pictures and photos of the greatest cowboys, cowgirls and their feats of prowess as appeared in this slick enameled paper complete western magazine.
IRWIN, Charles (CHAMPION ALL ROUND COWGIRL MABEL STRICKLAND, National News Magazine, 1925)
IRWIN, Charley, 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
IRWIN, Charley, 1900 - 20 era - Cowboy named in historical photo by R. R. Doubleday in story entitled "Rodeo Personalities", which lists hundreds of the Rodeo Stars of the Early Western Shows with many pictured in this complete and very rare western magazine. Your granddaddy might be here.
IRWIN, Floyd - 1900 - 60 era. Location US. Named in " The Pale Horsed Ever Rider" by Milt Hinkle. Even wonder about how the old rodeo hands entered the pearly gates? Here, the author tells of stories of how some of them hit The End of the Trail as fund in this old western magazine.
IRWIN, Monte ( Negro American Baseball All Stars - National Magazine)
IRWIN, N. E.* - 1919 - Captain of the U. S. Navy Pictured at ceremony entitled "Fourteen United States Naval Officers Decorated With the French Legion of Honor" in an American Pictorial Magazine article entitled "American Naval Officers Decorated by France" as saved. Page is mint.
IRWIN, Olive, Miss * - 1923 - Pictured as one of the ladies of the Westchester County Society posing at the Irvington Street Fair for Westchester County Charities as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
IRWIN, P. J. Colonel mentioned in 1865 era Mississippi River tragedy - 1,647 died - old western magazine
IRWIN, Will -. 1890 era - Location, DeWitt County, Texas - Named in "Nebraska's Dahlman", the story of a wanted man Jim Dahlman who left his past, changed his name to Jim Murray and found success and fortune in Nebraska as described in this old rare complete western magazine.
IRWIN, Will. * - 1921 - Pictured in article entitled THE PACIFIC COAST FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS OF 1894 HOLD A REUNION OF THE WHITE HOUSE with President Hoover who was Treasurer and Financial Manager of the Stanford Teams as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
IRWIN, *, General - 1925 - Rare actual and pictured text in pictorial collage of Court Martial trial of Colonel William "Billy" Mitchell entitled "Members of the Military Court: Army Men " .as saved from this old Pictorial Magazine.
IS-SA-KI-EP - 1820 - 1890 era. Location - Western United States - Comanche Chief named in story entitled Captain Black Beaver (Se-ket-Tu-May-Qua - sometimes spelled Si-ki-to-ker) - by Glen Shirley calling him The Great Delaware, a much sought guide and interpreter. Honored by his tribe in that he was given custody of the famous treaty signed by William Pen and the Chief of the Delaware Tribe at Shackamaxson. as found in rare western magazine. Must read.
ISAACS, F. M. (guard), "Prison Break" by Harry H Morgan, history of jail break from the Nevada Prison in 1871 at Carson City as rarely found in this old magazine.
ISAACS, Morris * - Pictured in article headlined YANKEE MANAGER HONORED AT BANQUET along with Miller Huggins and Cliff Martin as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches
ISABELLA, Queen, Mentioned in, "The Dedication of Father Junipero" By: H. H. - Named in the history of Father Junipero's. His voyage to the new world lasted 99 days in 1740 complicated by terrible storms, shortage of water, and starvation. Founder of the Franciscan Missions of Southern California.
ISAIACHALAKIS - 1848 era - Cayuse Indian named in "Blood Oath", story of western pioneer Jim Bridger who took a Shoshone Blood Oath that required two years to avenge his daughter's murder in the Whitman Massacre at Waiilatpu. Great old Indian story in rare, complete magazine.
ISAIACHALAKIS (Indian) - 1847 era, Location: OR. Named in story entitled DAY OF MASSACRE by Paul T. Scott who tells of the Whitman massacre at Waiilatpu Mission in Oregon - a true story of the true brutality of some of the American Indians along the Oregon trail as found in this 50 year old, complete, western magazine.
ISATAI (Indian) .- 1870 era, Location: OK, TX. Named in story entitled DEATH ON THE SAND HILLS as author writes the story of Calf Woman, who was a Cheyenne warrior who killed the whites as a male Indian would to carry on her grandfather's tradition as found in this very rare, old, complete western magazine
ISGOLD, Green - 1894 - Named in story entitled "A CASE OF DOUBLE CROSS" by Fred Harrison relates Ranger John L. Sullivan and his efforts to capture Bill Cook, a train robber and the strange twist of fate tht occured as published in this complete and rare western magazine.
ISHAM, Frederick * - 1921 - Featured and pictured as author of "Three Live Ghosts" in page titled "WHO'S WHO IN THE DRAMATIC WORLD. PLAYWRIGHTS. as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
ISHAM, H., Doctor * - 1857 - Location - New Britain, Conn. Patent awarded for BANK LOCK. (Engraving).
ISHAM, William - 1850 era - Named in historical true story of the journey across Death Valley by the expedition of William L. Manly and John Roger's to save survivors of the Bennett - Arcane Party as published in this rare, complete western magazine.
ISHII, Japanese Third Baseman * - 1921 - Pictorial collage entitled "CRACK BASEBALL NINE OF WASEDA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN" which pictures and identifies players of Japanese team while on tour in the United States. Includes picture of H. Tamaka, call the Babe Ruth of Japan as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
ISHII, Kilijiro * Viscount - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary heading "The Japanese Mission To American" 1917 as published in Illustrated Pictorial.
ISHMAN, (Sheepherder) - 1870 era - Location: Nevada. Named in story of the LOST SHEEPHERDER MINE by Neil Murbarger of the old mining town of Jarbidge, Nevada and the golden bonanza that was just a shovel away as found in this old complete, western magazine
ISLAM * - 1915 - Featured Article, The Companion, 1915 entitled "The Present State of Islam" by William T. Ellis.
ISLAND OF PENGUINS * - 1931 - Pictorial collage of the World's Largest Accumulation of Penguin which was recorded by Cherry Keaton and wife, published by Robert M. McBride and Company as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
ISLAND OF ST. MICHAEL Mentioned in "A Visit to the Klondike" By: John Sidney Webb
ISLAND X - 1923 - 55 era. AZ, IWO JIMA, Washington, D. C. Identified 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.
ISLE OF MARKEN * - 1914 - Named in original article entitled ENCLOSING AND PARTIAL DRAINING OF THE ZUIDER ZEE W. J. L. Kiehl who interviewed the Netherlands Minister of Waterways, Doctor C. LELY who furnished details, text, maps and photos of his plan for the reclamation of the Zuider Zee as saved from this old American Scientific magazine
ISLER, Louis - 1900 ERA - Named in this great piece of rodeo history entitled WINNING OR LOSING by Milt Hinkle. Hinkle was a champion bull-dogger who took home many a ribbon. Of course, he also took home a gal named Mildred who even rivaled his take among the goodies and prizes of the rodeo. Indexed as found in old Western magazine.
ISRAEL, Sol - 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
ISRALITES * - 1923 - Described in "THE TEN COMMANDMENTS", A Photoplay based on the Biblical Story of the Exodus as reviewed with scenes and text describing movie coming soon to the New York City area as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
ISSLER, Anne Roller - 1870 - 81 era. Location - CA. Named as author of "Our Mountain Hermitage in story entitled "SILVERADO HONEYMOON" by Robert Leonard Reid who tells of the life of Robert Louis Stevenson and how he found the wife that changed his life as they enjoyed their honeymoon in Napa Valley as published in this old, complete, western magazine
I.T.I.O. COMPANY'S WALKER CAMP - BOWLEGS, OK - 1920 Era. Site: Oklahoma. Named in story entitled SEMINOLE, BOWLEGS AND LITTLE RIVER by Watson L. Caldwell where author tells of striking oil near Seminole, OK and selling an undrilled lease for over two million dollars as found in this old and complete western magazine.
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT * - 1935 - Pictured on cover entitled THE SCREEN'S PRIZE WINNERS showing Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable who shared honors for performances in IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT at the Academy Award for 1935.
IT IS THE LAW * - 1923 - Playing at the Ritzy Theatre in New York showing stars and scenes of the play "IT IS THE LAW" entitled A INTERESTING PROBLEM VIEWED FROM A NEW ANGLE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
IT TOOK A WOMAN TO TAME THE TOUGHEST TOWN IN WYOMING * - 1870 era. Location: ND, NB, WY. Names is Marshal Bertha Hargins, subject of story entitled IT TOOK A WOMAN TO TAME THE TOUGHEST TOWN IN WYOMING by Avery Wilson. .She qualified for the Marshal's job of Rock Creek Wyoming by cutting the town's bully loose from his britches and then slicing off his ear as found in this old, rare, complete western magazine.
IT'S A BOY * - 1922 - Pictured playing one of the prominent parts in this comedy is Dorothy McKay now playing at the Sam H. Harris Theatre in article headlined STRIKING SCENES AND LEADING PLAYERS IN PROMINENT PLAYS as saved from this old American Pictorial Revue Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
IT'S GREAT TO BE ALIVE * - 1933 - Motion Picture Flyer Entitled "The Movie of the Week:" with pictures of cast inc. Gloria Stuart, Raul Roulien, Joan Marsh, Edna Mae Oliver, Alfred Weidler, Alex Schoenberg,
IT'S TOUGH TO BE FAMOUS * - 1932 - Pictured clip of movie IT'S TOUGH TO BE FAMOUS entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
ITALIA * - (Italian Dirigible) 1935 Article entitled "The Crash of the Macon" showing survivors and crew as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
ITALIAN ALPINI * - LIBERTY DAY PARADE * - 1918 - Pictorial Collage of American Celebrating on October 12, 1918.
ITALIAN ARMY ENCAMPMENT * - Pictorial Review of Troops in the Alps, WWI.- 1918
ITALIAN ARMY CAPTAIN CAMPIGLIONE, Captain * - Italian Army - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR receiving the Distinguished Service Medal are Secretary Baker and Allied officers so decorated as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
ITALIAN BATTALIONS OF DEATH. *, 1921 -Pictured is the dedication at Rome, Italy of Italy's new monument to her soldier dead in honor of her Grenadier Regiments as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
ITALIAN BERSAGLIERI * - - LIBERTY DAY PARADE * - 1918 - Pictorial Collage of American Celebrating on October 12, 1918
ITALIAN DELEGATE SENOR ORLANDO * - League of Nations Draft Conference Participants - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR are those that formulated a rough draft of the proposed league as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine..
ITALIAN EMBASSY AIR ATTACHE' * - 1923 - Pictured and written about as new air attaché' of the Italian Embassy in Washington is Wing Commander Mario Calderara saved from this old American Pictorial Review.
ITALIAN FREIGHTER FLORIDA - 1920 era. Mentioned n Captain Fried's Second Victory of Davey Jones as published in National American News Magazine.
ITALIAN GRENADIERI * - LIBERTY DAY PARADE * - 1918 - Pictorial Collage of American Celebrating on October 12, 1918.
ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS - 1890 - 1900 era. Location: NV. Named in story entitled "INVISIBLE DEATH AT DELEMAR" by Donald G. Lee who tells of the death of 600 young Mormons and thousands of unidentified Chinese, Greek and Italian immigrants who were victims of Silicosis and the area gained the dubious title of Widow Maker as reported in this old and complete western magazine.
ITALIAN NAVY * - 1917 - Pictorial collage and text entitled "AUSTRIAN SUBMARINE U C 12 SALVAGED BY ITALIAN SKILL" - the story of the U C 12 which was salvaged by the Italian Navy as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
ITALIAN OPERA SINGER TETRAZZINI, Luisa * - 1907 - Article entitled "Revival of Florid Singing" detailing career of Luisa Tetrazzini, an Italian opera star appearing with the Metropolitan Orchestra.
ITALIAN POET GIOSUE CARDUCCI * - 1907 - Pictured and written about in article entitled 'HOW ITALY MOURNS A POET" as the story of his recent death who Italy has regarded as a national treasure comparable to Cavour, Garibaldi, Mazzini and Victor Emmanuel as saved from this old American News Magazine.
ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER AND PREMIER BENITO MUSSOLINI, * 1923 - Pictured in Featured article entitled NEWS OF THE WEEK as saved from this old American News Magazine.
ITALIAN SUBMARINE NEREIDA - 1916 - Referred to in Article entitled "The Romantic Development of the Submarine" by T. W. Williams as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
ITALIAN TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE AD * - 1933 - Ad advertising Italy in an American Pictorial magazine page.
ITALIAN WAR CLOUDS * - 1931 - Article entitled WAR CLOUDS ON ITALY'S HORIZON laying down a dense smoke screen in the Grand Aerial Manoeuvres at Spezie before King Victor Emmanuel II and Premier Mussolini as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
ITALIAN WAR MEMORIAL * - 1928 - War monument of Edgardo Simone at Ferrara, Italy, famous Italian Sculptor is featured with pictures of his work and text showing his monuments around the world and as exhibited at the Anderson Galleries, New York as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
ITALY KING EMMANUEL III, Victor * - 1902 story entitled "Victor Emmanuel III" and his importance in worldwide politics
ITHACA, NEW YORK - WYKOFF LUMBER & MFG CO. *, makers of Cornell Portable Houses Ad * - 1908 - Fantastic Condition. Shows old Garage w car. Product of Wyckoff Lumber * Mfg. Company, Ithaca, New York.
ITS A HORSELESS CARRIAGE * - 1900 - 30 era - Location - OK, SD, TX - Story by Sam Henderson covering the changing effect of the west by the charging auto. Covers the introduction of the car and pictures of famous autos of persons of importance in our American culture as found in a seldom read western magazine.
ITUSHAKSHUI - 1891. Location: Artic. Eskimo named in story entitled "THE PEARY RELIEF EXPEDITION" by Angelo Heilprin with drawing by Frank W. Stokes citing the facts and details of the expedition inc. crew members and their duties as published in this unusual, complete western magazine
IVES, Ben - - mentioned in 1900 - 1920 Era - "Port Gamble - The Company Town That's Still Working" by Roger Rappoport - an American Story of a Typical Mill Town.
IVES, Charles (Scott Joplin Rag Story - National Magazine)
IVES, George Henry Plummer's Aides mentioned in "Henry Plummer's Horrendous Masquerade" article from old magazine
IVES, Herbert Eves Doctor. 1927 Featured Article in National Magazine entitled "Television Makes Its Bow" - Walter S. Gifford (President of American Telephone and Telegraph) and Herbert Hoover (President of the United States)
IVES, Percy * "Artists and Their Works" Featured in American Magazine, 1895.
IVES, Ronald L. Photo * - 1934 - (of Boulder, Colorado) His photo entitled "TIMBERLINE TREE IN COLORADO" wins Second Prize in Cash Award in Amateur Photo Contest as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
IVESTER, Harry - 1916 era - Government hired trapper named in the story of "Harry W. Webb entitled "Mad-Dog Trapping in Nevada", who, with a couple of other trappers hired by the United States Government, saved the communities of the old west. Seems that wild animals ravaged by rabies threatened the west. Story after story of trapper stories -- of a different kind of conflict in the wild west as published in western magazine
IVIE, James, . (early 1850's) 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" as found in this very rare and seldom read western periodical.
IVIE, James, Mrs. (early 1850's) 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" as found in this very rare and seldom read western periodical.
IWERKS, Ub. - 1920 - 30 era. Location: California. Named as Chief Assistant in story entitled "BRINGING FORTH THE MOUSE" by Richard Schickel which tells of the history of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse detailing individuals who help bring the little rodent to the screen as published in this old American hardback magazine.
IWILLIE ESKIMOS - 1880 era - Named in historical true story entitled "Ox Hunt In The Artic" by Frederick Schwatka relating how the embattled animals present a perfect defense formation. This relates the tales for a "musk hunt" or "musk sheep" in the frozen waters of North Hudson Bay in the Artic Ocean in this complete western magazine.
IWO JIMA - 1923 - 55 era. AZ, IWO JIMA, Washington, D. C. Identified 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.
IWO JIMA * - 1945 - Site: Iwo Jima. 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.
IWO JIMA FLAG RAISING * - 1923 - 55 era. AZ, IWO JIMA, Washington, D. C. Identified 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.
IWO JIMA and MOUNT SURIBACHI MAP* - 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.
IZUKO, V. (San Mateo, CA. - Automatic Match Lighter -1932 INVENTORS AND INVENTIONS National Pictorial Collage)
IZUO, S., Photo * - 1931 - (of Hollywood, California). First Prize winner entitled "PORTRAIT OF LEO, KING OF THE BEASTS" in WINNERS OF CASH AWARDS IN THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
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