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MEN WHO MADE MONTANA - 1872 era - Location Montana - Named in true story entitled RANGELAND JUSTICE WAS WITHOUT MERCY by Delbert G. Volk of Montana settlers who had to hang their cannibal friend, guide Ross Tatum, quickly to prevent unspeakable slaughter as published in this very rare and unusual complete western magazine.
MENAKOKIS, Priscilla * - 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.
MENARD, J. Willia - 1897 - Rare history of important early American Negro Poets and this subject's "Lays in Summer Lands" as saved from this American magazine.
Menard, Pierre Grandfather of Lucien B. Maxwell - Mentioned in "The Duke of Maxwell's Grant" by Joe Koller, Lucien B. Maxwell was elected to the Hall of Fame of Great Westerners of National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage center at Oklahoma City, OK.. As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
MENARD, Pierre - 1840 - 75 era. Location: ILLINOIS, NEW MEXICO. Grandfather named in story entitled MIDAS OF THE MOUNTAIN by Hani and Toni Chapman, authors of this biography and history of Lucien Bonaparte MAXWELL. a pioneer trapper, hunter, mountain man who lived to become one of the richest land barons and the owner of more land than any other American as found in this complete and old western magazine
MENCKEN, Adah -1860 - 70 - Site: Nevada. Named in "Virginia City-Town That Wouldn't Die". A history of the rip roaring days of Virginia City and the intrigue and political in-fighting that occurred article as recorded in this rare, seldom found, complete old western magazine
MENDELSON, David * Private, (New Bedford, Mass. -WW 1 Honor Roll - Died from Accident)
MENDEZ, Al * - 1880 - 1920 era - Location: United States, Europe. Author of historical biography entitled ANNIE OAKLEY by Al Mendez detailing facts and feats of America's legendary Annie Oakley with pictures and drawing revealing little known details of her life from inception to become the legendary heroine of America as found in this complete western magazine
MENDEZ, Juan - 1853 Era - LOCATION: CA. Named in story entitled SEVERED HEAD OF CANTU CREEK by William B. Secrest who explores the questions whether the California Rangers actually captured and decapitated the head of noted bandit, Joaquin Valancuela Murrieta. True story backed by newspaper clips as found in this old and complete western magazine.
MENDEZ, Lucila * - 1928 - Starring in pictorial collage entitled LOVE AND LOIS WILSON SOAR TRIUMPHANT IN "CONEY ISLAND" with pictures of stars and scenery as saved from this old American Pictorial Mag..
MENDIAS - 1855 ERA - LOCATION KS, OH. Named as soft spoken woman in story entitled "THE CURSE OF THE WYANDOTTES" by Charles W. Stead which tells the story of words carved on a stone grave marker in Huron Cemetery, a burial ground of the Wyandotte Indians which reads "Cursed Be The Villains that Molest Their Grave." as found in this old and complete western magazine
MENDIETA, Carlos * - 1934 - Named as President of Cuba in news article entitled "AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE ECONOMIC REHABILITATION OF THE ISLAND" with picture of the New President of Cuba, Calos Mendieta and his cabinet as saved from the American News Magazine.
MENDIETA, Carlos, Colonel * - 1934 - Emerged as Provisional President of Cuba as pictured in article entitled "CUBA'S MOST HONEST MAN" received the appointment as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MENDIETA, Colonel Carlos * - 1934 - Pictured in article entitled THE NEW PRESIDENT OF CUBA AND HIS CABINET: COLONEL CARLOS MENDIETA as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MENDIETA, President of Cuba Calos *.- 1934 - With American Admiral C. S. Freeman pictured in article entitled A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED STATS NAVY CALLS ON THE NEW PRESIDENT OF CUBA as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
MENDOZA, Apolinario (Indian) - Early 1800's - Site: Location - Named in DISENOS, a story by Robert Becker of brave pioneers who settled California during Mexican occupation. Cites requirements - i.e. joining the Catholic Church, pledging to the Mexican Government and becoming a citizen of Mexico as saved from this old American Historical magazine.
MENDOZA, Estefania, Indian Squaw, (Wife of Apolinario Mendoza) - Early 1800's - Site: Location - Named in DISENOS, a story by Robert Becker of brave pioneers who settled California during Mexican occupation. Cites requirements - i.e. joining the Catholic Church, pledging to the Mexican Government and becoming a citizen of Mexico as saved from this old American Historical magazine.
MENELEK, King - 1917 - Mentioned in A Pictorial Collage entitled "Abyssinian Mission (to USA) Now Visiting This Country"
MENEN, Empress (1936 ETHOPIA'S EMPERORS & ITALIAN ROYALTY, National News Magazine 1936)
MENGE, E. * Sergeant, (Seattle, Washington – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MENIER, M. Gaston - 1924 - Owner of a pack of wolf hounds hunting for the Prince of Wales as saved from an American Pictorial Magazine - 80 years old - the single page is 11 by 16 inches in mint condition.
MENJOU, Adolphe * - 1926 - Star of THE SORROWS OF SATAN who will next be seen in Paramount's production as featured in GLAMOUR, GOSSIP AND GLIMPSES BEHIND THE SCREEN as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MENJOU, Adolphe * - 1931 - Pictured with co-star, Constance Bennett in a scene from THE EASIEST WAY and written about in this article entitled STAR AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
MENKE, Hazel * - 1910 - 20 era. Location: MT Named in story entitled MISSOURI RIVER GIRL who writes of Alberta Tracey, a school teacher in the early frontier of Montana territory in the 1900's. Details life on the frontier, schooldays, pictures of classrooms and students as found in this old and complete western magazine
MENKEN, Adah Isaacs. - 1880 era. Location, California. Named in story entitled 'BRET HARTE BARD OF THE 49ERS" which states that every lover of the legendary wild west owes Bred Harte eternal gratitude because this "eastern dude" dug for gold, starved a little, laughed a little and rode shotgun guard on stagecoaches before he started writing about if for all the world to share as published in this complete and rare western magazine
MENKEN, Helen * - 1921 - Pictured in article entitled ACTRESSES AND SCENES IN METROPOLITAN OPENINGS as star of "THE TRIUMPH OF X" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint.
MENKEN, Helen * - 1922 - Member of Cast pictured of "7th Heaven" in article entitled "Actresses and Scenes in Recent Productions as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Page is 11 by 16 inches. Mint.
MENKEN, Helen * - 1935 - Featured in "The Great Waltz - as pictured in the "Personalities" Section of this American publication.
MENKEN, Helen * - 1935 - Star of "THE OLD MAID" as pictured in article entitled THE STAGE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MENKEN, Helen * - 1924 - playing leading role in 400th performance of " The Seventh Heaven" , as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
MENNYPENNY, George - 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.
MENOCAL, Mario G. *- 1917 - President of Cuba pictured with Cuban Army General Staff in article entitled "Latin American Leaders Who Support President Wilson" as saved from old American Pictorial magazine
MENOCAL, Mario G. * and Cuba General Staff*. Latin American Leaders Who Support President Wilson in WWI.
MENOCAL, Mario G. * Named and pictured in CUBA* - 1917 - Pictorial Panorama of Scenes of Cuba with cover as shown and entitled "CUBA, LAND OF BEAUTY AND POLITICAL UNREST."
MENOCAL, Mario G. General -1917 Pictorial Collage and text entitled "America's Interest In The Revolution in Cuba.
MENOHER, Charles T. * Major General ( (First Army Corps, 42nd National Guard); "COMMANDERS OF THE AMERICAN DIVISIONS THAT ARE NOW ON THE FIRING LINE AND HELPING TO DRIVE THE GERMANS BACK"
MENOMENEE * - 1937 - Pictured and named as a Mississippi River Sternwheelers with THE CITY OF ST. LOUIS piloted by Louis Migaud in story entitled "OL' MAN RIVER" as saved from this American Newsweek magazine.
MENUHIN, Yeheudi * The Boy Violin Wonder. National News Magazine, 1927.
MENUHIN, Yeheudi * 1931 - Pictured in collage entitled A BOY VIOLIN PRODIGY RETURNS FROM A TRIUMPHAL TOUR OF EUROPE as a 14 year old as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MENZEL, Bernhard (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.
MENZIES, Jack - 1870 - 1904 era, Location, Kansas. Named in "Marshal Cullinan's Iron Fist". by Dan Shannon. Story of the Marshal of Junction City of Kansas City, Tom Allen Cullinan who served for 40 years and bested with fists faster than bullets. Published in an old complete, seldom found and rarely read western magazine.
MENZIES, Stewart - Candidate for Supervisor - 1870 - 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.
MEOME JULY (Creek Indian) mentioned in "Indian Mounted Police – The Light Horse", by: Wayne T. Walker
ME-O-TZI Kate BIghead's Cousin mentioned in 1876 era - Story entitled "Was It Only Custer's Folly?" by Carl W. Breihan published in old Western Magazine. Seldom found Custer story i.e. "the great Indian Campaign campaign of 1876, remains the most romantic, epochal, tragic, mystical and mysterious of all the rare conflicts known in the history of the world." Highly technical with controversial theories of battle.
MEPAL'S IRENE * - (Long Island, New York) -1924 - Shown in pictorial collage is Mrs. J. Macy Willets with her Champion Mepal's Irene which won the Crocker Spaniel Class at the 7th annual show of the American Spaniel Club at Waldorf. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
MER ROUGE, LOUISIANA'S KU KLUX KLAN * - 1923 -(Banned by Ebay)- Pictorial political story entitled KU KLUX KILLINGS which reports that the little town of mer Rouge, Louisiana is the centre of agitation tht hqs been caused by the alleged killing of citizens by the Ku Klux Klan as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MERCATOR (Real Name, KRAEMER) * - 1917 - Geographer named in this Pictorial collage and text entitled "THE EFFECTS OF THE REVOLUTION ON SIBERIA AND THE EXILES" by Charles Johnson as America receives first news of the heroic leaders of the Russian Revolution and their fate in exile in Siberia as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
MERCED MINING COMPANY mentioned in "Mariposa, City Of Twenty Sins" article from old western magazine
MERCEDES, Uruguay * - 1890 - 1902 era. Location - United States, Argentina and Uruguay. Named in "The Mysterious Etta Place". by N. Sparks who states that Etta Place was known as a "She-Hellion" as she ruled the Wild Bunch leader, Harry Longbaugh, accomplice of Butch Cassidy and the Hole-in-the-Wall gang as published in this old, seldom found, complete rare western magazine.
MERCER GIRLS DRAWING *. - 1850 Era; Site: New England and State of Washington. Named in story of The Mercer Girls by L.C. Auer, an American historical story that was the basis of the ABC - TV program "Here Comes The Brides" which was featured on ABC and as written here and as saved from this old and complete western magazine
MERCER GIRLS, The * - 1850 Era; Site: New England and State of Washington. Story of The Mercer Girls by L.C. Auer, an American historical story that was the basis of the ABC - TV program "Here Comes The Brides" which was featured on ABC and as written here and as saved from this old and complete western magazine.
MERCER, Asa * - 1850 Era; Site: New England and State of Washington. Subject of story of The Mercer Girls by L.C. Auer, an American historical story that was the basis of the ABC - TV program "Here Comes The Brides" which was featured on ABC and as written here and as saved from this old and complete western magazine.
MERCER, Henry (Yacht Weatherly) - 1962 Challenger to the The Yacht Gretel which had been chosen to lead the AUSTRALIA CHALLENGES FOR THE AMERICA CUP - Story as written up in a National News Magazine entitled "Grim Duel in Newport"
MERCHANT, Larry (writer for the New York Post)- 1974 -75. Location - NY. Named in story of the thoroughbred horse 'RUFFIAN" by Gene Smith of the greatest racing filly of all time who became a legend before and after her untimely death as found in this old, complete American magazine.
MERCHANT, Richard - Named and pictured as Turtle Member in Historical Piece entitled " The Mighty McClures" a biographical piece about "Jake" McClure and his association with Rodeo Western Stars and their membership in an early organization called "The Turtles" as published in this magazine
MERCHANTDISE SLOT MACHINES * - 1890 era. Location - Old West. Game described and pictured in “Games And Schemes Of Deception,” by Harry Brolaski and Harold H. Reeves. Picture and description of old casino items of the old west. Featured items listed above including their trick brakes, stomach squeeze, the fleecing game, knife, rack, cane rack, etc., See above for gaming items as found in this old western magazine..MERCHANTS MUTUAL Mentioned in "Undersea Treasure" By: Anonymous
MERCHANT'S HOTEL, GOLDFIELD, NEVADA * - Ghost Town story entitled "Taken By The Wind" by Stanley W. Paher. A photographic portrait of some formerly prosperous boomtowns along with text and history as found in this western magazine.
MERCIER *, Cardinal - Archbishop of Malines - - 1918 - A pictorial cover of a painting done by Albert Besnard entitled "HIS EMINENCE CARDINAL MERCIER" as saved from old American pictorial magazine.
MERCIER, * Cardinal, (Roman Catholic Belgium), (1917 BELGIAN CARDINAL MERCIER)
MERCIER, Cardinal of Belgium * Pictured as Noted Catholic Cardinal. Page is 11 by 16 in mint condition as taken from American Pictorial Magazine.
MERCOURI, Melina * - 1961 - Pictured on cover of Courier Express with story entitled "One of the World's Most Fascinating Women" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
Mercure de Franch * - 1916 - French review named in Odilon Redon's text and paintings "MONSTER" and "PENSIVE" are pictured with extensive text entitled "A FRENCH ILLUSTRATOR OF POE" as he had departed on his long voyage of exploration as saved from this old American News Magazine.
MERCURY NAVY SEA PLANE * - 1929 - Annapolis, Maryland native Lieutenant Alford J. Williams pictured on the cover of this old Mid Week Pictorial in photo entitled PILOT OF THE FASTEST THINGS ON FLIES in front of his plane, the new Mystery Seaplane Mercury along with Rear Admiral W. A. Moffett, Chief of Naval Aviation as saved for framing.
MERCY MINE CLAIM - 1890 - 20 era. Named in this story. When an old prospector came struggling into Fort Bowie in Arizona Indian Territory hungry and tired. Well, he had come to the right place cause three of the soldiers there had found some funny looking rock and wanted him to stake a claim. They shook hands, became a partnership and founded the THE QUEEN OF COPPER as here found in this western magazine by Dale F. Underwood.
MEREDITH, Burgess * - 1935 - Pictured are Burgess Meredith and Margo playing in "Winterset" at the Martin Rock Theatre as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MEREDITH, E. T. * - 1920 - (Des Moines, Iowa) Pictured and named as one of President's appointees to Labor Conference as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MEREDITH, Edwin T,* - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled CONSPICUOUS POSSIBILITIES FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET as the former Secretary of Agriculture from Iowa. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
MEREDITH, George - 1902 - Mentioned in Article entitled "Maeterlinck's New Play "Censored" in London" as saved from this old American Magazine.
MEREDITH, George (ROSSETTI & HIS CIRCLE- PRE-RAPHAELITE TRAGEDY, National News Magazine - 1942)
MEREDITH, Henry William Stewart's mining partner mentioned in "Bill Stewart…Nevada's Silver Chief" article from old western magazine
MEREDITH, J. E. (won, 800 meter - 1912 JIM THORPE OLYMPIC LAURELS & RECORDS, National News Magazine 1918)
MEREDITH, Jane * - 1920 - Pictured is the versatile actress who plays the leading role in "His Chinese Wife" in pictorial collage entitled Actresses in Plays of the Summer Season as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint.
MEREDITH, Mr. mentioned in 1840 era - Story entitled "Alexander William Doniphan - Fighting Missourian" by Ben T. Traywick as published in this old western magazine. Actually, a history of early Missouri and this courageous western pioneer--his life story.
MEREDITH, Squad Member 159th Brigade, U. S. Army - 1918 - Story entitled "Making Soldiers in Dixie" -- report of training soldiers for WWI.
MERILL, Milo, 1880 era. Written up in "Key to the Treasure on Nehalem Spit" By: Wayne Darwin - a story of legends of old Spanish Treasure Ships Wrecked on the Oregon Coast.
MERINOS - 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.
MERION CRICKET GOLF COURSE * - 1934 - Pictured on cover is Olin Dutra of California entitled THE WINNER OF THE NATIONAL OPEN GOLF TITLE who captured the championship at the Merion Cricket Club Course in Ardmore, Pennsylvania
MERIVALE, Philip * - 1927 - Pictured are stars Jane Cowl and Philip Merivale playing in THE ROAD TO ROME at the Playhouse Theatre in article entitled PROMINENT AND POPULAR PLAYERS IN THEATRELAND as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 10 1/4 by 16 inches
MERIVALE, Philip * - 1932 - Pictured in publicity pose as star of "CYNARA" in article entitled PLAYERS IN DRAMATIC SUCCESSES OF 1931 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
MERKEL, Una * - 1936 - Pictured in article entitled "Beauty - Tiny Brushes Aid Eye Make-Up" as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
MERKEL, Una * - 1931 - Pictured in publicity pose and staring with Neil Hamilton in THE COMMAND PERFORMANCE in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
MERKEL, Una * - 1934 - Pictured as supporting star of "THE MERRY WIDOW" in article entitled THE MOVIE OF THE WEEK as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MERLIN, Frank * - 1933 - Director of play Run, Little Chillun named in review of a Negro play entitled "WHY, RUN LITTLE CHILLUN RUNS" approaches nearest to expressing the elemental racial character of the Negro as sung by The New Day Pilgrims and as saved from this American News Periodical.
MERMAIDS *, Los Angeles Athletic Club 400 yard relay team, holder of the World's Title, Los Angeles 1932
MEROLA, Joe * - 1929 - Pictured as member of the THE NEW YORK FOUR who won the PUBLIC LINKS GOLD CHAMPIONSHIP defeating the Louisville Team for the Championship at the Municipal Links, St. Louis, Missouri as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
MERRICK, Thelma * (of Lithuania) - 1922 - Pictured in article entitled YOUNG PEOPLE OF MANY RACES TRANSFORMED INTO AMERICANS showing pupils of the Americanization School of Washington, D.C. gathered to speak the English language fluently and receive a liberal American education as saved from this old American Pictorial collage. Mint. 11 by 16 inches.
MERRIMAN, Henry Clay, Lt. Colonel - 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
MERRIAN, Colonel Thomas. - 1860 era - Named in historical story entitled " Fort Laramie" , a Federal Army Outpost in Wyoming and the events that took place here and changed the outcome of the pioneer west as published in this rare of western magazine
MERRICK, D. of Wisconsin University* - 1921 - Pictured in a track collage entitled "GREATEST TRACK AND FIELD MEET EVER HELD IN AMERICA" with pictures of Medley, Sprints, Hurdles, Pole Vault and High Jump Winners as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MERRICK, Jack referred to in "Six-Guns and Printer's Ink" by Ed Repp. A history of early pioneer newspapers on the western frontier as saved from this old western magazine.
MERRILL, Albert A. * Airplane Designer. Article entitled "Another Fool Proof Plane, 1928.
MERRILL, Beth * - 1923 - featured in "White Desert" with Beth Merrill pictured in article entitled "Actresses in Current Place" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MERRILL, Dave mentioned in "Harry Tracy, The West's Mad Killer" article from old western magazine
MERRILL, Dick *., - 1936 - Pictorial collage entitled HARRY RICHMAN'S TAKEOFF FROM FLOYD BENNETT FIELD with Dick Merrill as his pilot as saved from this American Magazine.
MERRILL, Elmer Drew, Doctor * - 1934. Pictured and written about in weekly article entitled THEY STAND OUR FROM THE CROWD as saved from this national American News magazine. He will take over the newly-created position of Administrator of Botanical Collections at Harvard University. A graduate of the University of Maine, he studied at the George Washington University Department of Medicine. He represented the United States Department of Agricultural in the Philippines as government botanist.
MERRILL, G. E. * Corporal, (Hooksett, New Hampshire – WW 1 Honor Roll- Killed in Action)
MERRILL, George P. * - 1914 - Head Curator of Geology, United States Museum and author of article entitled THE FOSSIL FORREST OF ARIZONA with a sub title "Where the American Tourist Should Find Much to Interest Him" by George Pl. Merrill, Head Curator of Geology, United States national Museum as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MERRILL, H. C. - Engraver - BOSTON OUTDOORS* 1907 by Samuel Crothers. Drawings by Jules Guerin. engravings by H. C. Merrill w rare history of buildings of old Boston
MERRILL, Harold W. * Lieutenant (Westerly, Rhode Island. WW 1 – Honor Roll – Killed of Wounds)
MERRILL, Harry L. , 1933 - Named as Manager of the The Oceanic as advertised in the New England Resorts Section of an old American Pictorial Magazine
MERRILL, Harry L. , 1933 - Named as Manager of the The Sparhawk Hall as advertised in the New England Resorts Section of an old American Pictorial Magazine
MERRILL, Howard * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled MOVIE STAR AT SEVEN in the part of the little hero in "Twenty One", a new film play as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
MERRILL, Professor and Mineralogist.
- 1890's. Location: AL, NY, WA. Story of this expedition member entitled "THE
DISASTROUS DIETZ EXPEDITION" by William J. Betts who writes of the Alaska Gold
Fever that captivated Authur A. Dietz of New York and a bunch of green
volunteers who dared to tackle the Alaska artic searching for gold with terrible
results as told in this old, complete, western magazine.
MERRILL, Rose Dave Merrill's sister mentioned in "Harry Tracy, The West's Mad Killer" article from old western magazine
MERRILL, Paul W., Doctor of MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY * - 1936 - Named in pictorial collage entitled "Eye on the Mount Wilson Observatory" showing pictures with text of equipment used in observation of universe. Double page. 22 by 14. Good condition.
MERRILY, WE ROLL ALONG * - 1934 Scenes with stars of THE PLAY OF THE WEEK, "MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG" play at the Music Box Theatre as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MERRIMAN, Brigadier General Made Infantry Major Following Civil War- "The Men in Command of Our Fighting Force". Saturday Evening Post 1901.
MERRIMAN, Doctor C. Hart - Chief, Biological Survey, Washington mentioned in true story entitled "STALKING THE UNKNOWN" by C. O. Finley about the discovery of a rare species of bear (named the Ursus Harriaelus Texensis or Texas Grizzly discovered in 1900 in the Davis Mountains of Texas.
MERRIMAN, Henry C. * Major General, (1898 RARE CASUALTIES OF SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, Munsey's Magazine, 1898)
MERRIMAN, William * - era early 1900's - Site: Mexican Border Area. Patrol and Customs Inspector named in story of Texas Ranger Lawmen entitled HELL ON THE NUECES by Maurice Kildare who were searching for sheriff killer Gregorio Cortez near the Rio Grande. He ran, stole a fast quarter mare, eluded capture for ten days but didn't bring map and failed to cross the Rio Grande and the Texas Rangers got their man as saved from this old seldom found in this complete western magazine.
MERRIMON, Senator. of North Carolina * - 1876 - Memorial addresses on life and character of Andrew Johnson by members of the United States and House of Representatives. ORIGINAL. Some spoilage, binder frayed. Printed by order of the 44th Congress. Hard cloth cover with Gold lettering.
MERRIT, Colonel Wesley. - 1860 era - Named in historical story entitled " Fort Laramie" , a Federal Army Outpost in Wyoming and the events that took place here and changed the outcome of the pioneer west as published in this rare of western magazine
MERRIT, F. W. * Sergeant (Roxboro, North Carolina - WW 1 Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
MERRITT - Major-General of Volunteers - Demoted to Lieutenant Colonel - "The Men in Command of Our Fighting Force". Saturday Evening Post 1901.
MERRITT, E. W. * Assistant to SELLS*, Sato. Indian Commissioner. Pictured and mentioned in "Indian Chiefs in Washington Carrying Peace Pipes".
MERRITT, James H. - 1850-90 CIRCA. Named in Biographical history entitled "The Lubbock Brothers Changed Texas" of two young adventures from South Carolina who followed different stars to destiny in the Republic of Texas as published in this complete western magazine
MERRITT, Milt - Mentioned in "Happy Days and Happy Men" By: Frank B. Bryant. Story of Leesburg Mining Company in 1910 as written up in old Western magazine.
MERRITT, Scout, (Gallant Texas Ranger Old Western Pioneer)
MERRITT, Wesley, General (commander: Brigadier General) (1898 RARE CASUALTIES OF SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, Munsey's Magazine, 1898)
MERRITT, Wesley, General - 1880 Era - Area: Western United States - Commanding Officer named in " BESEIGED BY THE UTES - THE MASSACRE OF 1879." w Frederick Remington engravings. The story of one of the most tragic events on the western front as found in this old western magazine.
MERRITT, Wesley, General" 1840 era - Site: Rio Grande Country, Texas - Named in story entitled STRANGE SAGA OF FORT CLARK by Louise Cheney Aver which includes history of the Fort which author calls " The Guardian of the Rio Grande Country" and major figures i.e. General Ranald "Bad Hand" MacKenzie who played an important part in the defense of the frontier north of the river as found in this very rare and treasured western magazine.
MERRITT, Wesley, General, - 1900 - 20 era - -Named in story entitled "Tom Mix - Soldier of Fortune" by Joe Koller includes coverage of his service in Cuba (wounded at Santiago), Philippines and China and his days in the Wild West Shows before he became Hollywood's most famous Cowboy star as published in this complete western magazine.
MERRIVEL, Pete - 1924 era - Location, CO, KA, NJ, NY, RI - Indian bronc rider named in this great rodeo history entitled "On The Road With the K of C Rodeo" by Bill King, a rodeo sponsored by the Knights of Columbus of Denver that played it's first rodeo at the Narragansett Speedway, may 19, 1924. Names important stars and performers not usually mentioned on the rodeo circuit as saved and found in this unusual and western complete magazine.
MERRY MERRY with SMITH, Virginia * - 1925 - Staring in Plays holding the boards in the Metropolis and featured as an outstanding dancer in the musical comedy, "Merry Merry" playing at the Vanderbilt Theatre as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MERRY, Margaret * Child pictured in 1932 appearing in "Child Portrait Exhibition at National Museum."
MERRYMAN, Richard S., Painting of HARBORD, James G., General * - 1931 - Newly elected President of the Radio Corporation of America is pictured named and written about in article entitled "HE ROSE FROM THE RANKS TO A HIGH COMMAND" in article titled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MERSELES, Theodore F. * BICYCLE MAKER (American Bicycle Company) - Saturday Evening Post Article Men and Women of the Hour. 1901
MERSELIS, W. B., Jr. * Lieutenant, (Passaic, New Jersey – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MERSHON, J. H. * - 1880 era. Location OK, TX. Deputy U. S. Marshall named in story entitled "Red Stephens Was The Most Unlikely Horse Thief Of Them All" by Lee Homes is the story of the slickest hoss thief in the old west. Working as veterinary salesman by day, casing his target and rounding up a herd of stolen horses by night he was successful--for awhile -- as found in this complete and seldom read western magazine.
MERTS, Margaret * - 1936 - Pictured and named as member of the Court of the Queen of the Dogwood FESTIVAL OF THE SPRING, The annual rite held in Atlanta and covers the American practice of naming the most beautiful ladies as Queen of Festivals throughout the colleges and land. Here are those pictured and named in 1936 as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MERYMAN, Merton mentioned in "The Terror Of 1874" article from old western magazine
MESA ENCANTADA * - 1919 era - Pueblo White Rock Cliffs - Scientific American Cover page and story entitled SCENES IN ACOMA - A PUEBLO CITY IN NEW MEXICO reporting the gateway of Acoma, on the summit of a mesa over 600 feet above the plain with several pictures and extensive text.
MESA VERDE - 1890 era. Location – AZ, NY, ST. LOUIS. TX Named in story entitled “1890 Candid Cameraman” by Diane Thomas – the story of Lisle Updike who the author claims was born with a “roadmap for a heart” and tells of the travels and experiences of this pioneer photographer as found in this old and complete western magazine.
MESCALERO AGENCY ON RESERVATION * - 1908 - Location: NM. Named in story entitled "KEDINCHIN" by Eva Ball who writes compellingly of a greenhorn, his old timer and much wiser brother and a deaf Mescalero Indian. The greenhorn did not know the ways or customs of the west and lack of knowledge ended up in the hanging of a deaf Indian as found in this old and complete western magazine.
MESCALERO APACHES - 1870 - 80 era. Location: New Mexico. Named in story by Philip J. Rasch who writes claiming his story gives an impartial and more accurate account of this historic New Mexico Gunfight which included BILLY THE KID as found in this old, complete western magazine.
MESCALERO APACHES *,. - 1870 era - . Described om Colonel Jack Potter's "CATTLE TRAILS OF THE OLD WEST" with picture and maps naming pioneer experiences of the most famous and even the little known cattle trails of Texas, Kansas, Colorado. Complete description of trails while relating stories of origins, hands, drivers, drovers as published in this complete and seldom found western magazine.
MESCALERO INDIAN * - 1870 -80 era. Location TX, NM - Named in story entitled "RANGER JIM GILLETTE - TEXAS TOWN TAMER" by Wayne T. Walker who writes the history of this great Texas Ranger Lawman, Jim Gillette and his exploits that made him respected by many and feared by the bad guy as published in this rare and seldom found complete western magazine
MESILLA SCOUTS DONA CO., NM MILITIA mentioned in "Deputy Marshal - Joe Morgan" - 1890 - 1920 era. True Story of politics and law enforcement in Dona County, New Mexico as published in this old rare and complete western magazine.. Article from old western magazine.
Mesilla Valley, - 1920 era – Location NM, TX, Mexico. Named in story entitled “A Cattle Tracker’s Lost Gold” by Gene Kivett tells of the live of Demetrio Varela who once discovered a King’s ransom in gold and according to the author, the unrecovered gold still lies awaiting discovery as found in this rare, complete and seldom read western magazine.
MESOPOTAMIAN EXPEDITION * - 1917 Collage of Pictures entitled "The Victors and the Vanquished at Kut-el-Amara.
MESSAGE TO GARCIA - ROWAN, Andrew W. * Lt. Colonel, U. S. Army - feature article in National American News Magazine entitled "The Man Who Delivered That Message to Garcia"
MESS D & H DIVISION, NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE, FORT MACLEOD, CANADA * - 1870 -90 - Location: MT, Canada. Named in story entitled THE LAST WAR PARTY by Hugh A. Dempsey of the Blood Indians last raid against the Crows as found in this, complete and rare western magazine that is 50 years old
MESSENGER TO THE INDIANS * - U. S. Indian War Era. Location, Western U. S. Subject is William Averill Comstock 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.
MESSENGER, E. B. - 1840 - 80 era. Location UT - Named in history entitled THE DESERET ALPHABET by Sam Weller and Ken Reid detailing and picturing the origin of the Mormon Alphabet along wit rare pictures of Mormon coins between the years of 1849 and 1860 as saved from this complete, old, rare western magazine.
MESSER, Herbert G., First Lieutenant, Signal Corps, Fort Douglas, Utah - 1927 - His "TOWARD SUNDOWN" photo wins award in article entitled "IN THE WEEKLY PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MESSER, Raymond B. * Lieutenant (Lowell, Massachusetts – WW 1 Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
MESSERSMITH, George * - 1936 - .America Minister to Vienna pictured in pictorial text and review of the Salzburg Music Festival held at Salzburg, Austria with pictures and notes of dignitaries attending as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
MESSIAH CRAZE * - 1890 - Location South Dakota - Named in historic story entitled THE TRIBE THAT DANCED ITSELF TO DEATH by B. Hale Pinot which tells of the strange and tragic steps to the Battle of Wounded Knee - the last of the Indian wars as found in this very rare and complete western magazine.
MESSIAH CRAZE - 1880 - 1910. LOCATION - DAKOTAS. Named in story entitled "The High Cost of Competent Mourners" by Mary Collins Rexroth which is a compilation of letters written by her great aunt, Auntie May or Mary Clementine Collins, a medical doctor and a minister in the Congregational Church called Princess Winona by the Sioux Indians she ministered to as found in this old and very rare western magazine.
MESSIMY, Adolphe, General * - 1926. Named in story entitled MATA HARI'S GHOST STILL RAISING HOB IN FRANCE which reports of the alleged conquest of Mata Hari of French Minister of the Interior, M. Jean Louis Malvy. .
MESTON, J., Sir * Agra and Oudh British Imperial Cabinet Leader pictured in "The Empire on Which the Sun Never Sets in War Council.
MESTROVICH, James * Sergeant (Fresno, California – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MESTROVITCH, J. I. * Sergeant, (Fresno, California -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
METAMORA (Steamboat) * - 1827 - 97 era, Location: Hudson River, NY. Pictured in story entitled SIDE-WHEELS AND WALKING BEAMS by Oliver Jensen which includes fabulous steamboat painting by the Bard twin Brothers of prominent ships of the times as saved from this old and complete American Hardback magazine
METCALF, Bill. - 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
METCALF, John Shelby * - 1953 - First Edition entitled True Tales of the Old 101 Ranch and Other Stories illustrated by Metcalf and published by National Printing Company, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, illustrated by John Shelby Metcalf. Excellent condition.
METCALF, Ralph American Track Star pictured and mentioned in article entitled "The Importance of Good Coaching" as appeared in American News magazine of 1935.
METCALF, R. B. - 1850 - 80 - Location - Oregon. Government Agent named in story of Ben Wright entitled Good Man Turned Rogue" by Marie Schlotfeldt which relates story of one of the greatest of Indian killers. From the time he joined wagon train for Oregon, his name is mentioned as the heroes of a hundred bloody battles and the greatest Indian fighter the Pacific Northwest had ever known as found in this seldom found western magazine
METCALF, Thomas Newell - 1929 - Editor of "The All-Story Magazine" named in story entitled "HOW TARZAN KEPT THE WOLF FROM THE DOOR" tells of the early life of Edgar Rice Burroughs when, after failing to sell pencil sharpeners on Chicago wyndy streets failed and started writing TARZAN with them instead as found and saved from this old American News magazine
METCALF, Willard L. * - 1925 - American Artist who announced a request to the executors of is esate "that such of paintings and drawings that do not come to his artistic standards should be destroyed, There follows a discussion of his work, sales, etc.of which very litle was destroyed as saved from this old American magazine
METCALFE, B., Photo *, - 1928 (Ontario, Canada). Awarded cash prize for photo entitled "INSPIRATION" as featured in article entitled "IN THE WEEKLY PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
METCALFE, R. B. - 1870 Era - Indian Agent 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.
METEROGRAPH OF MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY LANGE, K. O., Doctor., * - 1931 - Pictured and written about in pictorial article entitled CHECKING UP ON A FLYING WEATHER LABORATORY for the Massacjisetts. Institute of Technology as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
METHODIST MISSION mentioned in 1840 era - Story entitled "The Star of Oregon" by Patrick A. Hall published in old Western Magazine. A fantastic true story about the plan, constuction and sailing of the fore and after ship named The Star of Oregon. Rare history of Oregon seldom found and rarely read.
METHODIST QUARTERLY REVIEW. - 1912 - Writer Mrs. Gross Alexander for The Methodist Quarterly Review quoted in article entitled "WHAT DO WOMEN OF CHRISTIAN AMERICA MEAN" which writes and asks about the practice of American women following religious leaders and cults that are questioned by some and regaled by others as saved from this old American News Magazine.
METHOT, Meyo * starring in WHAT ANN BROUGHT HOME * - 1927 - Pictured in article entitled " PLAYERS FEATURED IN THE LATEST BROADWAY PRODUCTIONS " appearing at the Wallack's Theater as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
METHOT, Mayo * - 1928 - Pictured are stars of THE SONG WRITER - GEORGIE PRICE and MEYO METHOT premiering at the Forty Eighth Street Theatre in American Pictorial Collage entitled WELL-KNOWN PLAYERS IN BROADWAY PRODUCTIONS as saved from this old magazine. 11 by 16 mint condition.
METHVIN, J. J. (Reverend), Author of "Nine Years Among the Indians - 1870-79" about Herman Lehmann, who was captured by the Indians and learned their ways and fought for them against the Americans, Mexicans and Texas Rangers
METOK, - 1926 -A Smith Sound Eskimo named in story entitled MEN WHO HAVE FELT THE DARK ANGEL'S BREATH as story was saved from the Personal Glimpses section of an old National News magazine. Fitzhugh Green is pictured as "A Connoisseur of Thrills" from his career of exploration and adventure.
METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PLAYER * - 1928 - Actress POLLY ANN YOUNG pictured as a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Player in article entitled " NEWS OF MOTION PICTURES AND THEIR STARS as saved from this old American Pictorial collage.
METRO PHOTO PLAYS* - 1921 - Pictured and named is star Dorothy Reynolds as playing leading feminine roles in Metro Photo Plays as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
METROPOLITAN MUSEUM PRESIDENT - BLUMENTHAL, George * - 1934 - The President of the Metropolitan Museum featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined PATRON OF ART as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
METROPOLITAN OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP OF 1923 * - Pictured in matches between Gene Sarazen, Joe Kirkwood, Jim Barnes and Bob McDonald at the Canoe Brook Country Club at Summit, New Jersey as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
METROPOLITAN OPERA APPEARANCE * - 1936 - Pictured on cover entitled BORI'S FAREWELL TO SONG is Lucrezia Bori, star of the Metropolitan Opera in her final New York Appearance.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE * 1926 - Pictured on cover is Miss Marion Talley entitled THE GIRL OF THE GOLDEN VOICE as the 19 year old from Kansas city, Missouri who made her debut with the Metropolitan Opera appearing in Rigoletto as saved from this American Pictorial magazine
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE - 1927 era. Site: Chicago, Ill., Czechoslovakia, New York. Named in story entitled "THE LESSON OF MADAME SCHUMANN-HEINK FOR RISING STARS" written about this "world's greatest contralto" who has enriched the lives of all who hear her as saved from this old American news magazine. Two pages. Mint condition.
METROPOLITAN OPERA STAR - MOORE, Grace, Miss * - 1928 - Pictured on the cover entitled A SONGBIRD OF THE SOUTH who vocal career has carried her from a Tennessee Church Choir to the Metropolitan Opera house as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
METROSIDEROS POLYMORPHA GAUD, HAWAII * - 1916 Named in this Scientific American Supplement entitled THE WOODS OF HAWAII by Vaughan McCAUGHEY, Professor of Botany, College of Hawaii, Honolulu which covers reports on the trees and woods growing native in the Hawaiian Island.
METZ, "Old Man" and family - 1880 era - Western Frontier - Family massacred by Sioux at Red Canyon as 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
METZ, Arthur (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.
METZGER, Floyd J. * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in article headlined "SPECIALIST IN RARE GASES" who has been awarded the Chemical Industry Medal for 1934 as he is written about in the featured weekly "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINES" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
METZGER, Heinrich (Kapitanit., Interned) World War I era. British Admiralty Statement of "Fate of 150 German U-Boat Commanding Officers who were killed or became prisoners at war.
METZGER, Ruth * - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled A SMART NEW COMBINATION CAPE-SCARF MODELING in Los Angeles as pictured as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MEUSEL , Bob * -1922 New York Baseball Player.
MEUSEL, Bob * - 1920 - Pictured is the sensational right fielder who plays for the Yankees in pictorial collage entitled "Baseball Stars of Whom Some Are Small in Stature as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
MEUSEL, Bob * - 1921 - Pictured in baseball pictorial article entitled HOME RUN HITTERS OF EARLY BASEBALL SEASON as player for the New York Yankees team as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MEUSEL, Bob * - 1921. Pictured in pictorial collage entitled "Baseball and the Turf--Confiscated Stills and Liquors", includes pictures and government efforts to enforce prohibition.
MEUSEL, Bob * - 1923 - Pictured in Stirring Action Play in Yankee-Boston Game as he scores on double steal against Red Soxs.
MEUSEL, Bob * - 1922 - Pictured in Giants team pictured in training at San Antonio, Texas in article entitled "Outstanding Figures of the National Game" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
MEUSEL, Emil * - 1922 - New York Giants.. Member of a select American team which will be playing in Japan pictured in article BASEBALL STARS OFF FOR ORIENTS aboard ship as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MEUSEL, Irish *, New York Giant Baseball Player pictured in "Sparkling Plays and Notable Figures That Feature the Opening Game of Championship Series of 1922.
MEXIA, Francisco - Governor of the State of Coahuila, Mexico - 1830 - 40 era, Site: TX, Mexico. Named in story entitled "HE MADE THE COLT PISTOL WORK" by Curtis Bishop was writes that Sam Colt was a struggling, unknown gunsmith until Sam Walker submitted plans to improve his gun that became famous throughout the west as found in this old and complete western magazine.
MEXICAN BOARD OF EDUCATION MOVIE THUNDER OVER MEXICO * - 1933 - Pictured are stars of "THUNDER OVER MEXICO" by Sergei Eisenstein - a documentary made in Mexico with help of Mexican Board of Education with stars pictured including Chevella Villasenor and Martin Hernandez which will have its opening at the Rialto Theatre in New York.
MEXICAN DON - 1880 ERA. LOCATION: MO, TX. Named in story entitled: "Brush Country Doctor" by Oran Warder Nolen who tells tales of an old Texas Doctor J. W. Hargus and of his practice on the Texas Frontier as found in this old and complete western magazine.
MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY *- 1923 - Mexicans celebrating this national holiday in Mexico City as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
Mexican Joe * (101 RANCH NATIONALLY PUBLISHED ORIG. STORY, NATIONAL NEWS MAGAZINE 1928)
MEXICAN MUSICIANS *. 1837 - 68 era. Location TX. Pictured and named in the story of The Pied Piper of Texas. Jacob De Cordova was of the Jewish faith who had a prospering business on the island of Jamaica. Trouble was, he contacted tuberculosis and headed for Texas, where he succeeded in business ventures . Unfortunately, Texas was on the wrong end of the Civil War and his wealth dissipated and died a poor man as told in this old western magazine.
MEXICAN RURALES *, Mexican Army - 1900 era - Mexico - Named in article entitled "The Dazzling Mexican Cossack", the life story of Colonel Emilio E. K. Kosterlitzky who rose the Royal Navy School in Moscow to Colonel of the Mexican Rurales and Special Agent for the FBI as published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
MEXICAN RURALES - 1876 - 1881. Site: Mass. Texas and Mexico. The story entitled OPALS ON THE PECOS that tells of two con men who looted some gold and opals, carrying them to the mouth of the Pecos River in Texas where they had to bury the goods because of the weight. According to the author, the treasure has never been discovered and this old complete western includes clues as to it's location as published in this rare western magazine.
MEXICAN WAR 1846-48, (1840-66 era – Location: AZ, CA, TX, Mexico). Mentioned in “Texas Had The First WAC,” by A. A. McDonald. The story of Mrs. Sarah Borginnis “Great Western,” who won fame at Fort Brown and the Battle of Buena Vista and after the Mexican War was breveted a Colonel, as published in this complete old western magazine.
MEXICAN WAR COMPANY COMMANDED BY CAPTAIN BLACK BEAVER * - 1820 - 1880 era. Location -Western United States. Named in THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF THE CHISHOLM TRAIL by Sam Henderson. Extremely rare Western Magazine relates history of Indian pioneer and scout, Captain Black Beaver while serving Jesse Chisholm. RECOMMENDED.
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO - 1840 Era - Location MX, LA, TX. Named in story entitled "When Lee and Grant Were Allies" by Norman Winski where author tells that Lee once came to Grant's rescue and of their service in the American-Mexican War's most important battle - Chapultepec as found in this old and complete western magazine.
MEXICO CITY COUNTRY CLUB QUEEN - CHEATHAM, Virginia, Miss * - 1936 - Daughter of the Mexican agent of the Baldwin Locomotive Agent is pictured in article entitled " A BEAUTY QUEEN OF MEXICO FROM THE UNITED STATS " pictured following her selection as Queen Churubusco at the annual Black and White Ball at the Mexico City Country Club in weekly feature PERSONALITIES IN THE NEWS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
MEXICO MEDALS OF U. S.- MEXICAN WAR * - 1911 - 1917 era. Location: Mexico, U. S. Picture in a collage entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR are "badges For Soldiers and Sailors Who Served in Mexico" for United States Army Officers and Enlisted Men.
MEXICO PRESIDENT ELECT - CARDENAS, Lazaro, General * - 1933 - Featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined MEXICO'S RISING LEADER who is slated to become President of Mexico as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
MEXICO SECRETARY OF STATE -PUIG, Jose Manuel Casauranc, Doctor * - 1933 - Mexican Secretary of State featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined DOCTOR, JOURNALIST, STATESMAN, speaker at the Pan-American Conference in Montevideo as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
MEY, Karl (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.
MEYER, Arthur W., - 1929 - (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) - His photo entitled "BUT DON'T YOU TELL ANYBODY." " NO, I WON'T " wins cash award in photo competition as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MEYER, Balthasar H. * (1938 INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, National News Mag 1938)
MEYER, Clara * (of Rumania) - 1922 - Pictured in article entitled YOUNG PEOPLE OF MANY RACES TRANSFORMED INTO AMERICANS showing pupils of the Americanization School of Washington, D.C. gathered to speak the English language fluently and receive a liberal American education as saved from this old American Pictorial collage. Mint. 11 by 16 inches.
MEYER, E. - German Gliding Pilot Mentioned in article entitled "Motorless Germans Return to Air-Gliding" as saved from this old American News Magazine of 1921
MEYER, Eugene . * - 1931 - Head of Reconstruction Finance Committee is pictured and featured in article entitled " THE LEGISLATIVE ARCHITECT OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM" as saved from the weekly featured "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS" published in an American Pictorial Magazine.
MEYER, Ferd - 1800's era - Colorado - Named in "Tom Tobin, Reluctant Hero" by Editha L. Watson, the story of Tom Tobin, who at great personal danger, collected outlaw's heads, guided explorers through the Rockies and found and rescued a couple of youngsters given up for lost as published in this rare and complete old western magazine.
MEYER, George F. * Corporal, (Saginaw, Michigan – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MEYER, H. A.., - 1937 - Named as Procurement Officer of the Bureau of Air Commerce 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.
MEYER, Harry * - 1931 - (Wainwright) Chalk Eye throwing Harry Meyer at the Calgary Stampede Rodeo pictured and identified in article entitled AN OUTLAW MOUNT'S FOURTH JUMP" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
MEYER, Herr * - 1920 - Pictured as the Cigar manufacturer who succeeded Hugo Hasse, the recently assassinate leader of radical Socialists in article entitled GERMANY'S LIBERATED MARSHAL, POLITICAL LEADERS AND FORTS DEMOLISHED AT ALLIES' COMMAND as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MEYER, Jr., Eugene (Mrs.) *- 1923 - Featured in " Winners and Other Features of Interest to Women". Wife of the managing Director of the War Finance Corporation.
MEYER, Jr., Eugene, Mrs., *- 1923 - New York city 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.
MEYER, Leo, Mr. and Mrs. * - 1921 - Pictured in article entitled "Probably Smallest Mother In The World" is Mrs. Leo Meyer of Hoboken, New Jersey with her husband and 18 year old daughter as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
MEYER, Lester L. * Lieut. (Glendale, California - Honor Roll - WW 1 Killed in Action)
MEYER, Monk of ARMY - * - 1935 - Pictorial collage of annual game which Notre Dame and Army tied, 6 to 6 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MEYER, Russell J. * Lieutenant (Lakewood, Ohio – WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MEYER, William H. - 1800's era - Colorado - Named in "Tom Tobin, Reluctant Hero" by Editha L. Watson, the story of Tom Tobin, who at great personal danger, collected outlaw's heads, guided explorers through the Rockies and found and rescued a couple of youngsters given up for lost as published in this rare and complete old western magazine.
MEYERS OF FORDHAM * - 1921 - Voted Outstanding Player of Game in Pictorial collage of annual game which FORDHAM won over Maine, 25 to 14 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MEYERS, Bushman - (Story of Tom Tyler - alias:of Vincent Markowski) - 1920 - 50's. Location: Hollywood, California. 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
MEYERS, Chick * - 1931 - American Speed Boat Racer pictured in article entitled A SPEED-BOAT BULLET shown driving his outboard boat through a hoop at Welsh Harp, Hendon, England as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MYERS, J. J., Colonel - 1866 era, Site: Western Trail Drive. Named in story entitled ON THE TRAIL IN 1886 by J. Frank Dobie Story who captures the life and experiences of John Shepherd, an old time trail driver who tells of the real flavor of the early cowpoke as one who lived to tell about it in this 50 year old western magazine which is a collectors item.
MEYERS, Raymond of the SUBMARINE U. S. NAUTILUS * - 1931 - Chief Radio Officer pictured in Pictorial collage entitled THE DARING POLAR DASH OF THE SUBMARINE NAUTILUS with pictures of the sub, explorer and crew as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MEYERS, Samuel W. * Corporal, (Lancaster, Penn. - WW 1 Honor Roll -Died of Wounds)
MEYERS, Vera * - 1921 - Pictured is the Benda Mask Dance with Desha, Paul Oscard and Vera Meyers as published in article entitled "ACTRESS AND STRIKING SCENES IN CURRENT PLAYS" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
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