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MOSASAURS - 1870 ERA - Named in Historical story by Professor Othniel C. Marsh written before his death that covered his trips to the Great West Contains text along with pictures of his trips inc. photos of his 1871 Yale Expedition, the 1873 Expedition.
MOSCICKI, Ignace, President of Poland * - 1933 - Featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined A PRESIDENTIAL BRIDEGROOM who has married Mme. Mary Dobrzanka as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
MOSCOW ART THEATRE * - 1923 - Rare Russian art article entitled FOUNTAIN HEAD OF RUSSIAN DRAMA is a preview of a limited eight week engagement at the Jolson Fifty-Ninth Street Theatre at which the company will present the highest in Russia Drama picturing great Russian artists performing in the highest of Russian Drama inc. KORNIEVA, MOSKVIN, LUZHSKY, VISHNEVSKY, BURDZHALOFF all pictured and as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOSELEY, Arthur F. * Captain, (Freeport, Illinois -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
MOSELEY, J. A. * Lieutenant, (Glen Ridge, New Jersey –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MOSELEY, referred to in "Nine Years Among the Indians - 1870-79" by Herman Lehmann, who was captured by the Indians and learned their ways and fought for them against the Americans, Mexicans and Texas Rangers.
MOSELEY, S. W. Judge , Jefferson, Texas --Mentioned in "Queen of the West" By: Al Eason, the history of the founding of Jefferson, Texas
MOSEMAN, C. M. & Brothers Horse Clippers * - 1883 - Great horse ad to decorate your Barn Office. Lists 15 or so horse tack ads. In excellent condition. 11 by 16 inches.
MOSER, P. W. * - 1926 - of Sabetha, Kansas who submitted winning photo award entitle "A Flying Comet of Dogdom" in the Weekly Camera Competition as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
MOSES, "Grandmaw" Anna Mary Robertson - 1942 - American Artist Mentioned in American Amateur Artist Expedition, held in Manhattan Exhibit as written up by National News Magazine.
MOSES, A. Benton - U S. Army Aide de-camp - 1855 Era - Named in "Short Campaign of Lt. Slaughter" ( Lieutenant, U. S. Army, 2nd Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment) --- who wanted to put and end to Indian fighting but died trying as published in a complete and seldom found western magazine
MOSES, A. Benton - 1870 Era - Revenue Cutter Commander 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.
MOSES, Bessie * (ESKIMO PAINTINGS of KIVETORUK MOSES, American Magazine 1975)
MOSES, Kivetoruk * (ESKIMO PAINTINGS of KIVETORUK MOSES, American Magazine June 1975)
MOSES, Phoebe Anne, (Annie Oakley) *, "Why Annie Oakley Hated Guns" by Gressley O'Brien, a true history of the life of Annie Oakley as seldom found and published in an old out of the way western magazine.
MOSES, Sarah (Daughter of Chief Joseph)- 1850 - 90 era. Location: KS MT, OR. Named in story entitled CHIEF JOSEPH - INDIAN STATESMAN by Stephanie Cooper Shulsinger of the Chief of the Nez Perce Indians who led his people in war and peace - courageous in battle - wise and patient in defeat as found in this old, complete, western magazine.
MOSES, Simpson P., 1851 Era. Written up in, "The Wreck of the Sloop Georgianna" By: Flora Weed Hicks, story of the kidnapping of the Georgianna and crew by the Haida Indians of Queen Charlotte's Islands.
MOSHER, Henry E. * Captain (Falconer, New York) WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MOSHER, James C. * Sergeant (Arroyo Grande, California –WW 1 Honor Roll – Died Airplane Accident)
MOSHER, Leon N. * Lieutenant, (Mayville, North Dakota -WW 1 Honor Roll - Died of Wounds),
MOSHOQUOP (early 1850's) Indian Chief of Pavants involved 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 periodical.
MOSHOQUOP chief of Pavants mentioned in "Wakara, The Mormon Menace". Article from old western magazine.
MOSIER, Dave- 1900's - Location: CA, OK, TX, - Owner of the Mint Saloon named in THE RETURN OF JIM McKINNEY - Co authored by Raymond Thorpe and William B. Secrest. Story of a sadistic and unpredictable man name of Jim McKinney who eluded his pursers and reached freedom in Mexico but came back to California. and folks braced himself for their return as published in this old, complete western magazine
MOSIER, Everett B. * Lieutenant (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MOSIER, Henry mentioned in - Early Wyoming history entitled "Joseph Maull Carey - Mr. Wyoming " by Joe Koller as published in old western magazine. Article covers the life and times of Carey, who has been elected as a member of the Hall of Fame of Great Westerners.
MOSIER, Margaret * - 1921 - Starring in Liliom playing in production in article entitled ACTRESSES AND STRIKING SCENES IN CURRENT PLAYS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
MOSIER, W. T. * (of Pawhuska, Oklahoma) - 1910 - 20 era - OK, .Named in story about John R. Banister - Chief Field Inspector of the the Cattle Raiser's Association by Billy B. Waldeck who said Banister could make a little old pasture or holding pen seem like Scotland Yard as found in this old and complete western magazine..
MOSKINE, Ivan * - 1927 - Real name IVAN MOSJOUKINE. Featured and pictured in a review entitled " TIDINGS FROM THE MAGIC REALM OF MOVIES ". along with other stars as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
MOSKOVICH, David A. * Sergeant, (Jersey City, New Jersey –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MOSKVIN, Ivan, of the MOSCOW ART THEATRE * - 1923 - Rare Russian art article entitled FOUNTAIN HEAD OF RUSSIAN DRAMA is a preview of a limited eight week engagement at the Jolson Fifty-Ninth Street Theatre at which the company will present the highest in Russia Drama picturing great Russian artists performing in the highest of Russian Drama inc. KORNIEVA, MOSKVIN, LUZHSKY, VISHNEVSKY, BURDZHALOFF all pictured and as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOSLEM-HINDU WAR in CALCUTTA * - 1926. Story entitled CALCUTTA'S MOSLEM-HINDU WAR as featured in this Religion and Social Service Article as saved from this old American News Magazine
MOSLEM PERIL * - 1907 - Early American New Magazine article entitled "The Real Mosley Peril" as saved.
MOSLEY and Bragg, England 1918 - Reported in Highly technical paper on study of X - Rays.
MOSLEY, Peggy * - 1931 - Pictured in a scene from the "SCANDALS", playing at the Apollo Theatre in the weekly featured IN NEW ATTRACTIONS OF THE BROADWAY STAGE as saved from this American pictorial magazine
MOSLEY, Sir Oswald * - 1934 - Pictured and featured in article entitled "BRITIAN'S ARISTOCRATIC FACIST" as saved from the weekly featured "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS" as saved from an American Pictorial Magazine.
MOSQUE OF ST. SOPHIA * - CONSTANTINOPLE* - 1922 - Panorama entitled "Constantinople, at Junction of Europe and Asia, Which Has Once More Become the Storm Centre of the World" - great picture of Mosque of St. Sophia.
MOSQUITO GOLD CAMP * - 1847 - 1901 Era. Location Colorado, Ohio.. Story entitled FATHER DYER - THE SNOWSHOE ITINERANT by Harry E. Chatfield of a circuit preacher outfitted in buffalo-skin and snowshoes carrying his message over the gigantic mountains and deep gorges of the frontier west as here related as found in this complete western magazine
MOSQUITO STEAMBOAT FLEET * - 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.
MOSS CARNIVAL - 1890 - 1930 ERA 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 magazine.
MOSS, Captain * - 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.
MOSS, George C. * Private (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania –WW1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MOSS, Jackson - 1855 - 61 era. Location NE, UT. Author of Mormon history entitled "MARCHING TO ZION IN A CART" by Jackson Moss which states "in the history of the old west, there were no more dedicated settlers than the Mormons in their wild hope to get to Zion. How they did it is related in this old, seldom found complete and unusual western magazine.
MOSS, James., Lieutenant * - 1897 era - Graduate of West Point and commanding officer of Bicycle Unit 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.
MOSS, Joe (Gallant Texas Ranger Old Western 1969)
MOSS, Luella St. Clair, Mrs. * First Missouri woman to be put in nomination for Congress - 1922.
MOSS, Mr. mentioned in "Mystery of the Ghost Diamond Mine" article from old western magazine
MOSS, Tom - 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 magazine.
MOSSBACHER, Emil "Bus" - 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".
MOSSMAN, B. C., Captain - 1880 - 1930 era. Location: OK, MS, NM. Named 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
MOSSMAN, Burton C., * - Pioneer era - First Captain of the Arizona Rangers as named in story entitled "THE SECRET ARIZONA RANGERS" with listings of famous lawmen and their "outlaw" subjects. Many stories of captures, escapes, some funny and other tragic as published in this Special Issue of an old seldom found and rare western magazine.
MOSSMAN, Burton C. * - 1800's era. Site: AZ, NM. Subject of story entitled "THE MAN WHO CLEANED UP ARIZONA" by Bradford D. Jones of the storied Arizona Ranger who is a legend in himself. Rare Western magazine. No date. Hard to find. Complete and in mint condition.
MOSSMAN, Major. U. S. Army, * - Pioneer era - Father of First Captain of the Arizona Rangers as named in story entitled "THE SECRET ARIZONA RANGERS" with listings of famous lawmen and their "outlaw" subjects. Many stories of captures, escapes, some funny and other tragic as published in this Special Issue of an old seldom found and rare western magazine.
MOSSMAN, Russell * - 1929 - One of three airman called the THREE MUSTACHETEERS OF THE AIR (Russell Mossman, Wilson Herren and Earl Steele) who have set 700 hours as their goal in their effort to better World's Refueling Flight Endurance Record of their plane CHICAGO as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine
MOSTIL, John, * - 1921 - Pictured and written about as centre fielder of the Chicago White Soxs, batting 288 as published in the weekly feature: YOUNG BASEBALL PLAYERS WHOSE BRILLIANT WORK THIS SEASON HAS MADE THEM STARS OF THE MAJOR LEAGUES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOTHER CLARK * - 1931 - Mrs. Francis E. Clark, of Christian Endeavour fame, is pictured here with Mrs. Daniel A. Poling, wife of the founder of the organization as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOTHER LODE COUNTRY mentioned in "Lynch Law of the Mother Lode", by Ben T. Traywick
MOTHER LODE mentioned in "Lost Bonanza of the Santa Rosas" by William E. Whelchel
MOTION PICTURE ASSOCIATION * - Named in massive story entitled "MOVIE HORSES - THE TREATMENT AND TRAINING OF AS GOOD AS ACTORS AS HOLLYWOOD EVER PRODUCED" includes history of great horses in the movies as found in this very rare, complete western magazine.
MOTION PICTURE NEGATIVE - 1925 - Named in article about Jean A. Le Roy entitled "A FILM PIONEER WHO HELPED MAKE THE MOVIES POSSIBLE" with picture of America's First Projection Machine which actually threw the image upon a screen as described and saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MOTION PICTURE PATENTS COMPANY Also known as General Film - Written about in "Tom Mix: Budding Western Star" By: Robert S. Birchard - the story of Tom Mix's years 1910 - 1917 at Selig-Polyscope where he achieved an authentic taste of cowboy Americana
MOTION PICTURE PROJECTOR - THE PATHESCOPE * - 1918 - Ad for "THE NEW PREMIER PATHESCOPE" - a flickerless safe, Motion Picture Projector mad by the The Pathescope Company of America, Inc. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
MOTON, Doctor R. R. 1926 - (Professor - Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute in Alabama) - 1926 - Article entitled "Judge Lynch" Becomes Unpopular" w pictures and text as saved from this old American News magazine
MOTOR BOAT SHOW * -1910 - New York Madison Square Garden Boat Show w pictures of new boats.
MOTORLESS ROCKET GLIDER PILOT, William F. SWAN * - 1935 - Rocker Glider Pilot pictured with his plane and named in article entitled AMERICA'S FIRST ROCKET GLIDER FLIGHT at experimental flights at Atlantic City in weekly feature as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOTORLESS SHIPS OF THE AIR * - 1928 - GERMANY - Pilot named in this article FLYING WITHOUT A MOTOR which explains how did Kites grew from giant boxes to sophisticated gliders with pilots in easy chairs surrounded by the latest of technical improvements. Well, this author says it was all because of Germany's defeat in World War I. as saved form an old American News Magazine.
MOTT, John - Sergeant mentioned in "Sword of Revenge" by: Donald N. Bentz
MOTT, John R. * - - 1902 - Secretary of Christian Student Federation as mentioned in article relating the activity of Christian to convert Japanese into their Evangelical movement.
MOTT, Jr., E. B. - Candidate for Assemblyman - 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.
MOTT, Mrs. Joseph (Phebe) * pictured in "The Baking Soda Book". Article from old western magazine.
MOTT, Mrs. Joseph (Phebe) - 1880 - 1913 era - Location Kansas. Named in excerpts from diary of Luisa Blackman Benedict written by her daughter, Eileen Charro entitled "The Baking Soda Book". The story of a little lady who was a natural gossip columnist but didn't know it as published in this rare complete western magazine.
MOTT, T. Bentley *, Lieutenant Colonel, - 1918 - American Liaison Officer, WWI.
MOTTLER'S FERRY mentioned in "Harry Tracy, The West's Mad Killer" article from old western magazine
MOUDESS CREEK - 1860 - 90 - location GA, MT - Named story entitled "SAGA OF MILL FLAT" by Maurice Kildare with photos courtesy of Zula White Garino. Story's subject is Joseph A. White and his family, neighbors and kin and the area known as Mill Flat where mining and lumber camps dotted the area as written up in this complete western magazine
MOULIN, Homer F. * Corporal, (Garfield, Ohio –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MOULTAN, Miss - 1907 - Balloonist of 1903 era as stated in article entitled SOME RECORDS IN BALLOONING as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
MOULTON, Lousie Chandler (A Generation of Women Authors, Munsey's Mag. Aug 1896)
MOULTON, Zita * - 1921 - Leading player as Baroness de Verdiere in "Toto" as saved from this old Americaln Pictorial magazine.
MOULTON, Zita * - 1922 - Featured in Article entitled "For Miladi's Wear at the Opera" pictured in gown from Renocluaf..
MOUNT ADAMS, NEW HAMPSHIRE. *, 1933 - Pictorial page showing an aerial view in the New England Resorts Section of an old American Pictorial Magazine
MOUNT ASAMA, JAPAN * - 1931 - Pictured entitled ONE OF JAPAN'S ACTIVE VOLCANOES PHOTOGRAPHED FOR THE FIRST TIME FROM THE AIR as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOUNT ASSIBOINE * - 1933 (MOUNT ASSINIBOINE AND OPABIN PASS pictured and written about in featured article about a newly organized Sky Trail Hikers as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOUNT DAVIDSON mentioned in "Waybills of the Virginia & Truckee RR."
MOUNT EVEREST * - 1921 - Pictorial Collage entitled BRITISH PLAN TO SCALE MOUNT EVEREST, THE HIGHEST PEAK IN THE WORLD with pictures of native scenes as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOUNT EVEREST * - 1922 - 27 era. Site: Tibet, India. Site of 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.
MOUNT EVEREST EXPEDITION * - 1922 - Collage and panorama entitled "Endeavors of British Explorers To Scale Mount Everest: Double page of pictures of Royal Geographical Society's Mount Everest Expedition.
MOUNT FALCON mentioned in "John Brisben Walker, Dynamic Dreamer" By: Helen Seeley Phillips
MOUNT GREYLOCK. *, 1933 - Pictorial page showing an aerial view in the New England Resorts Section of an old American Pictorial Magazine
MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE * - 1921 - Photographed and pictured is Miss Mary E. Woolley before preparing to celebrate her twenty-ninth anniversary as President of Mount Holyoke College, Mass. as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE * - 1924 - South Hadley, Mass. Picture entitled "Girl Athletes of Mount Holyoke College in Field Day Competition".
MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE PRESIDENT WHOOLEY, Mary E., Mrs. * - 1924 - President of Mount Holyoke College pictured at the head table of a pictorial collage entitled NEWS OF THE WEEK which has article entitled WILSON FOUNDATION CELEBRATES THE SIXTY-SEVENTH BIRTHDAY OF THE EX-PRESIDENT with guests present and indexed as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOUNT HOLYOKE COLLEGE STUDENTS * - 1925 - Pictured are the Heads of Sports inc., Lorraine Mills, Archery, Alice MacLean, Volley Ball, Roberta Smythe, Soccer, Elizabeth Rhoades, Hockey and Dorothy Tapley, Basketball as saved from this American Pictorial magazine.
MOUNT HOPE CEMETERY, California - Mentioned in "A Curse Upon His Head" By: Norman C. Pierce, the story of the Mormon empire builder. Sam Brennan, of San Francisco. Rare.
MOUNT HOPE, NEW JERSEY LAKE DENMARK EXPLOSION * - 1926 - Pictured in story entitled "Death and Havoc in New Jersey Ammunition Explosion" with pictures and text of catastrophe where arsenal collapsed from the force of an explosion. Mint Condition. 11 by 14 inches.
MOUNT JEFFERSON. NEW HAMPSHIRE. *, 1933 - Pictorial page showing an aerial view in the New England Resorts Section of an old American Pictorial Magazine
MOUNT McKINLEY * - 1932 - Pictorial collage entitled "Tragedy and Triumph on North America's Loftiest Peak; The Record of Two Expeditions to the Top of Mt. McKinley as saved from an old American Pictorial magazine. Double page 22 by 14. Good condition.
MOUNT MORRISON mentioned in "John Brisben Walker, Dynamic Dreamer" By: Helen Seeley Phillips
MOUNT MORRISON, Nevada, "Prison Break" by Harry H Morgan, article from old western magazine
MOUNT PAYWELL- 1884 - Location: Colorado. Named in article entitled "THE WOODSTOCK DISASTER" by R. L. Lowe, story of a snow slide that wiped out the tunnel and 3 gague tracks of the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad as found in this rare complete western magazine.
MOUNT SAINT HELENA - 1870 - 81 era. Location - CA. Named 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
MOUNT STEELE CONQUEST OF THE YUKON TERRITORY * - Here is the story entitled "Conquest of the Yukon Territory" in 1936. The husband and wife team of Walter A. Wood, Jr., takes on the conquest of Mount Steele, one of the most inaccessible mountains in northwestern Canada. The snow and ice-covered peak had never before been scaled because of its treacherous slopes and unknown weather conditions as saved from this old American news magazine.
MOUNT SURIBACHI * - 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.
MOUNT STUART - Sailing Ship - 1900 era - written up in "The Girl Who Waited at Seaman's Rest" by Rowen L. and Gordon D. Alcorn. Story of Seaman and Ships in the Tacoma, Washington area.
MOUNT VERNON LADIES ASSOCIATION * 1896 - Named in pictorial genealogy entitled "Prominent America Families: The Washington's as it was presented in 1896 in a very famous American publication as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY - 1913 - HALE, Professor George E. - 1913 - Mount Wilson Observatory - Article Celestial Magnets - National News Magazine.
MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY - 1921 - Featured Article entitled "The Size of the Galaxy - II" - New Results from a Study of Star Clusters and the Structure of the Universe by Harlow Shapley, Ph. D.,
MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY * - 1919 - Pictorial Text entitled "World's Greatest Telescope at Mount Wilson Observatory, Pasadena, California.
MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY * - 1920 - A collage of photos with text entitled "LONGEST TELESCOPE IN THE WORLD NEARLY 6,000 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA" as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY * - 1931 - Pictured and featured on the cover of Mid Week Pictorial at Mount Wilson Observatory as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOUNT WILSON OBSERVATORY * - 1936 - 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.
MOUNT, William * American Artist. Article with pictures of his entitled "Painter to the People".
MOUNT. BLANC * 1921 - Pictorial Article w text entitled "Daring Conquest of Mont Blanc by Swiss Airman". Pilot M. Durafour.
Mountain Chief - Mentioned in "Sage Eater Saved Our Lives" by Bob Kennon as told to Florence B. Franklin. Cowboy Bob Kennon's memories of the Piegan Indians during the time he rode for the Seven Block Ranch.. As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE - 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.
MOUNTAIN MAN * - 1922 - Pictured in review entitled "CLIMATIC SCENES IN RECENT THEATRICAL OPENINGS" of "Mountain Man" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 mint condition.
MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH. - 1914 era. Location: Western United States. Named in the history of the circumstances of the construction of the transcontinental telephone system by THEODORE N. VAILl which was completed across the United States on June 17, 1914 as reported in this complete western magazine.
MOUNTAIN WOMEN starring KIRBY, Marion * - 1928 - Featured in various roles in a collage of pictures entitled POPULAR PLAYERS OF THE METROPOLITAN THEATRE as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
MOUNTAIN, Earl W. * Private (Ada, Kansas –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
MOUNTAINEER MUSEUM in SAN FRANCISCO - Mentioned in "Adams and His Ursus Horribilis" by Ben T. Traywick. When Phineas T. Barnum saw James Capen Adams' trained grizzly bears he immediately purchased a half interest in them.. As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
Mountains of Mystery, - 1850 era – Location; California Territory, Mexico. Named in story entitled “Squatter Riots In California” by Ethel Bangert tells of the history of pioneer settlers who made their way to California territory while under Mexican rule and received land grants which formed the basis for endless disputes creating overlapping land titles as found in this rare and seldom read western magazines.
MOUNTBATTEN *, Viscount - 1947 - Article entitled "Oh Lovely Dawn". National reporting news magazine reporting Independence Celebration of India.
MOUNTBATTEN, Louis, Lady * - 1932 -Born Edwina Ashley and married a cousin of the Prince of Wales, pictured in article entitled "INTO THE DESERT", who was undertaking a trip into the Persian Desert with her sister-in-law, the Marchioness of Milford Haven as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MOUNTBATTEN, Pamela1947 - Article entitled "Oh Lovely Dawn". National reporting news magazine reporting Independence Celebration of India.
MOUNTBATTEN, Viscount - "PAKISTAN" 1947 - Article entitled "BETTER OFF IN A HOME". National reporting news magazine reporting Independence Celebration of PAKISTAN
MOURNEAU, Charles - 1860 era. Location: MN, ND - Named in story by Margaret Arnett MacLeod as told to Edith Patterson of the Catholic Priest Father Joseph Goiffon and his ordeal to get back to his St. Boniface Cathedral in North Dakota as written in this old and complete western magazine
MOURNEAU, Paul - 1860 era. Location: MN, ND - Named in story by Margaret Arnett MacLeod as told to Edith Patterson of the Catholic Priest Father Joseph Goiffon and his ordeal to get back to his St. Boniface Cathedral in North Dakota as written in this old and complete western magazine
MOUNTED RIFLEMEN, CO. A & E.. - 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
MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA * - 1932 - Star Alla NazimovaPictured in publicity pose as star of "MOURNING BECOMES ELECTRA" in article entitled PLAYERS IN DRAMATIC SUCCESSES OF 1931 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
MOUROUX, Amie, Mme., * - 1921 - Pictured and written about as one who was the first woman to win the Prix de Rome at Paris in article entitled NOTABLE MEN AND WOMEN WHO AT PRESENT ARE ENGAGING PUBLIC ATTENTION as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOUSSORGSKY, Modeste Petrovich * 87 year old Sepia Photo Gravure with biography of this writer of Russian Opera.
MOUTOUX, John T.* , 1934 - (Knoxville, TN). His photo entitled "FEEDING THE SEAGULLS" wins first price in the PRIZE WINNERS IN THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION as saved from this American Pictorial magazine.
MOVIE HORSE DIED * - 1915 - Actual Panoramic of Movie Stunt that Killed Horse entitled "A Thrill for the Film Builders - but at the Expense of a Tragedy."
MOVIE PLAYS AND PLAYERS * -1928 - A collage of stars pictured in article entitled LATEST NEWS OF MOVIE PLAYS AND PLAYERS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOVIE HORSES * - Massive story entitled "MOVIE HORSES - THE TREATMENT AND TRAINING OF AS GOOD AS ACTORS AS HOLLYWOOD EVER PRODUCED" by Anthony Amaral of history of great horses in the movies as found in this very rare, complete western magazine.
MOW - WI - 1874 - Named in story entitled "LAST STAND ON A TEXAS PRAIRIE" by William P. Knox which chronicles history of the Battle of Lyman's Wagon Train and the Battle of Buffalo Wallow in 1874 which resulted in 19 Medal of Honor Awards being bestowed. Battle is famous for the quote "Forward, If any man is killed, I will make him a Corporal" as found in this very rare, little known western magazine.
MOWER RACES *1855 Story entitled "ROCHESTER TRIAL OF MOWING MACHINES"
MOWER, Jack * - 1922 - Pictured in Theater Flyer for Cecil B. De Mile's Drama of a Mad Age "Manslaughter" playing at the Rivoli Theater.
MOWER, Margaret * - 1922 - Pictured as playing a prominent part in Eugene O'Neill's drama "The First Man" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOWER, Margaret * - 1922 - Pictured in scene from WHY NOT at the 48th Street Theatre in the weekly feature entitled ACTRESSES AND SCENES IN CURRENT DRAMAS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
MOWER, Margaret * - 1924 - Pictured playing in "The Wonderful Visit" at the Lennox Hill Theatre as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
MOWINCKEL, Johan, Premier of Norway * - 1935 -Pictured in article entitled " SIX FEET OF PURE NORDIC", whoopened the Fourteenth session of the League of Nations with a dramatic speech as president of the council as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MOWRY, Sylvester- 1850 ERA. Location AZ, CA, KY, NY. Known as Mickey Free named in historical story entitled "The Father of Arizona" by A. Kinney Griffith which recites events in the life of Charles Debrille Poston in Tubec's turbulent past as found in this complete, rare, western magazine
MOWRY, Sylvester mentioned in "Sword of Revenge" by: Donald N. Bentz as published in this old western magazine.
MOW-WAY * INDIAN CAMP - (or Hand-Shaker's Camp) - "Lords of the South Plains" by Norman B. Wiltsey, history of the Comanche experience with horses and, according to U. S. Military officers became the best light cavalry the world has ever seen.
MOW-WI, "Shaking Hand", Indian, mentioned or described in "John B. Charlton, Cavalryman By Choice" by Fred Frank Blalock, a description of the last great battle in 1874 between the U. S. Cavalry and Lone Wolf's Indians as printed in an old western magazine
MOX-CI-TONG - 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.
MOXLEY, "Red" * - 1880 - 1920 era - Site Western Frontier of Colorado - 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 (deermeat) and trying to stay warm as told and experienced in this very rare western magazine.
MOYER - 1880 era, Tucson, Arizona Location. Murdered in jail break as named in "The Mysterious Gunman". Article by Maurice Kildare. the story of a slippery customer, lightning fast with a gun and positively talented as an escape artist - until caught and hung as published in an old rare, complete western magazine.
MOYER, Charles - 1901 - 31 era. Location: CO, NV, CA - President of Western Federation of Miners named in this historical mining story entitled "BULKELEY WELLS, POLITE AND LETHAL" of mining intrigue at the Smugglers Union Mine where superintendent of mines was allegedly killed by mine workers.. This is great story and one that I heartily recommend to get the flavour of mining unrest and turbulence in the old days as published in this very rare and seldom found western magazine.
MOYER, Charles H. * - 1907 - Featured article under Topics of the Day entitled "THE ISSUE AT BOISE" which gives accurate details of the trial of William D. Haywood, President of the Western Federation of Miners for the murder of ex-Governor Steunenberg. This shows pictures of Judge Wood, jury, Charles H. Moyer. George A. Pettibone and Harry Orchard as saved from this old American News Magazine 100 years old.
MOYER, Charles H. - (President, Western Federation of Miners) - 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.
MOYER, Charles H., * 1907 - President of the Western Federation of Miners as written up in story entitled "The Trial in Idaho" where labor union workers inc. "Big Bill" Haywood are placed on trial for the murder of Idaho Governor Steunenberg as saved from this old American News magazine.
MOYER, S. R., 1884 era - Location - Dodge City, Kansas area - Author of "Dave Mather, The West's Greatest Puzzle". Story of old west shootout and results of trial. Mather had a checkered past and had been with both sides of the law as reported in this old, rare, complete western magazine..
MOYLAN, Myles Captain, (WOUNDED KNEE - MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER WEINERT, Old Western Magazine)
MOYLE, J. H. * - - 1933 - (Mormon) (Appointed Commissioner of Customs) - 1933 - pictured and featured in story entitled "Elder-Commissioner" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
MOZZER, Clara Ruth, Miss * - 1917 - (of Denver, Colorado -Pictured and written about in article entitled FIRST WOMAN ATTORNEY GENERAL IN THE UNITED STATES as published in the Feature, In the News--and the Camera's Focus as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
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