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O' FALLON BLUFFS - 1840-41- Era. Site Western Territories. Members of John Bidwell Party named in THE FIRST EMIGRANT TRAIN TO CALIFORNIA, the story of hardship, terror, malnutrition on the road to the new west as endured by pioneers who made the first wagon train westward as saved from this old complete and selfdom found western magazine.
O' FLANAGAN, Michael * (Priest) IRISH SINN FEIN REVOLUTION * - 1921 era - A pictorial collage of Irish leaders and scenes of the "Destruction and Reprisals in Distracted Ireland, Where Neither Force Nor Negotiation Have Resulted in Peace. Pictures Sinn Fein leaders, Markievic, O'Flanagan, Caulfield and scenes of destruction.
O'FOLLIARD, Tom - (outlaw killed by Pat Garrett) - 1888 era. Site: NM. Named in story entitled "WRETCHED WEB" by Joseph W. Snell who writes of the life and times of John J. Webb, an officer of the law and then a victim of a questionable shooting where a Judge and Jury determined him guilty of murder. Fascinating true story as found in this old, complete western magazine
O'HENLEY (or Henley), Niel* - 1875 - Location: West Coast. Quartermaster of the S. S. Pacific and sole survivor named in story entitled "THE MYSTERIOUS RAMMING OF THE PACIFIC" by T. W. Patterson of a floating coffin named the "Pacific" which was rammed by an unidentified steamer (later named as the American Ship Orpheus) which left the scene and passengers to die as found in this old and complete western magazine.
O'KEEFE, Mr. - 1890 era. CO, TX, Named in story entitled DOC LEWIS' PIKES PEAK HOAX. No one can be sure but Doctor Albert G. Lewis plan to establish the highest ranch in the country was not for a new homestead but something else as written up in this old, complete and rare western magazine
O' KEEFFE, "Dave" - 1860 era - Montana - Brother of subject of story entitled "Frontier Courts Were Rough" of the first Civil Trial held within the present boundary of Montana. Seems that trapper "Tin Cup Joe" was warned about his horse eating oats of one Baron O'Keeffe. Trouble was, nobody told the horse. Discovered gorging on the Baron's oats, Tin Cup Joe's mount was promptly disposed of and therein lies the rest of this story
O' KEEFFE, C.C., "Baron" - 1860 era - Montana - Subject of story entitled "Frontier Courts Were Rough" of the first Civil Trial held within the present boundary of Montana. Seems that trapper "Tin Cup Joe" was warned about his horse eating oats of one Baron O'Keeffe. Trouble was, nobody told the horse. Discovered gorging on the Baron's oats, Tin Cup Joe's mount was promptly disposed of and therein lies the rest of this story
O'GARA, James S., ., * - 1920 - Pictured and identified as organizer of the Chicago Yardmen's Association Strike in double page article entitled "Figures and Happenings in the OUTLAW Strike. Which Has Thrown the Railroads Into Confusion" This collage of pictures of the Chicago Stock Yard Strike is saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
O'GORMAN, Miss Anne * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled "Society Volunteers To Take Part in 'The Miracle'. The group of players representing the patronage of Archbishop Hayes of New York and the school of St. Jean Baptiste have pledged their services to raise funds from the production at Century.
O'GRADY, "Sweet" Rosie - 1896 - Referred to in historic, seldom found story entitled "The Night Wyatt Earp Almost KO' ed Boxing" by Gary Roberts. Pictures Earp, drawing of ring of Mechanics' Pavilion in San Francisco. controversial $10,000 Check covering great fight between "Fighting" Bob Fitzsimmons and "Sailor" Tom Sharkey.
O'HAGAN (RACE HORSE) - 1880 - 1920 - Location Ireland, NV, LA, OH. Named in horse race story entitled RAWHIDE PAYS ITS RESPECTS by Guy Mayo, the story of Riley Grannan, the King of the sport of Kings who is described as a turf plunger as noted for his imperturbability as for the large sums he bet as told in this complete, rare western magazine.
O'HARA, Polly * - 1931 - Pictured and written about in this article entitled A SALTY QUARTET FROM HOLLYWOOD who are seeing the world on a Day's Vacation from the Studio of Educational Comedies in STAR AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
O'HIGGINS, Kevin * - 1922 - Home Minister pictured showing along with new members of the new IRISH CABINET in session as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
O'KEEFE, Katherine, Miss * - 1924 - Pictured as a expert yachting pilot on the ice of the Shrewsbury waiting for the wind to send her on her way as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition 11 by 16 inches.
O'KEEFE, Pat * - 1923 - Blind policeman of New York City pictured with his radio in article entitled "NEWS OF THE WEEK" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
O'KELLY, S. T. of the IRISH REPUBLIC ENVOYS * - 1922 - Pictured are the former President of the Dail Eireann and the foreign envoys of the Irish Republic in article entitled PEOPLE OF IMPORTANCE AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
O'KIGGINS, Kevin, * - 1923 - Minister of Home Affairs of Irish Free State pictured with President Cosgrave at a Dublin Review as saved from this American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
O-HA-MA-TAI (RED WARBONNET) Indian mentioned in "Palo Duro, canyon of the dead" article from old western magazine
O-HA-MA-TI - 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.
O. K. Corral (Tombstone) . - 1896 era - Referred to in historic, seldom found story entitled "The Night Wyatt Earp Almost KO' ed Boxing" by Gary Roberts. Pictures Earp, drawing of ring of Mechanics' Pavilion in San Francisco. controversial $10,000 Check covering great fight between "Fighting" Bob Fitzsimmons and "Sailor" Tom Sharkey.
ODGEN, Rollo * - 1915 - Pictured and named in Memorabilia - Rare - Complete Issue - Mint condition. Story entitled Booker T. Washington Addressing A Public Gathering. Original only.
OF THEE I SING * - 1923 - Cast from musical satire now playing at the Music Box pictured as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
OFF TO THE CHUCK WAGON *, (postcard image), "The Cardboard Cowboy" by Cy Martin, history of old post cards with pictures of the best.
OFFENBACH, S. G., Photo * - (of New York) - 1928 - Photo of Mrs. Frances Cleary and her baby Madlyn. wins a cash award in pictorial collage entitled FIRST AWARDS IN MOTHER AND CHILD PORTRAIT CONTEST as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
OFFUTT, J. J. * Lieutenant (Omaha, Nebraska – Honor Roll- Died of Wounds)
OGALLA INDIANS - 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..
OGALLA INDIANS. - 1868 ERA - Location: KA, NB, CO. Named in story entitled "Thunder On The Arickaree" by Raymond W. and Mary Lund Settle which tell of Buffalo Soldiers of the 10th Cavalry saving troops of Colonel George A. Forsyth of the 9th Cavalry which is one of the great reads of our early pioneer days as found in this rare, complete, western magazine.
OGALLA INDIANS - 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.
OGALLALA, NEBRASKA hide out mentioned in "Nebraska's Great Train Robbery", by Leo Scherer
OGDEN DUNES SKI CLUB CHAMPION HAUGEN, Anders * - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled THE MAKING OF A NEW RECORD IN SKI-JUMPING: THE ANNUAL COOK COUNTY SKI MEET won by Anders Haugen of the Ogden Dunes Ski Club of Northern Indiana as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
OGDEN MORNING HERALD - 1860 - 90. Location: UT. Named in story entitled "A WIZARD WITH GUNS" by Glen Perrins who writes of a kid who grew up with the smell of gunpowder and the bright gleam of firearms to become preeminent firearm makers in the World as found in this old and complete western magazine.
OGDEN, James mentioned in "Big Foot Wallace of Texas", by E. L. Zoltan
OGDEN, James W. (Scientific American Magazine - Patent Information)
OGDEN, Peter Skene - 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
OGDEN, Peter Skeen - 1799 - 1850's era. Location: Ireland, Western United States. Named in story entitled "BROKEN HAND FITZPATRICK, MOUNTAIN MAN EXTRAORDINARY" who says that even Kit Carson and Jim Bridger could not match the exploits of Thomas "Broken Hand" Fitzpatrick in the perilous Rocky Mountains as published in the old and complete western magazine
OGDEN, Peter Skeen (of Vancouver) - 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 Ordgon - 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.
OGDEN, Richard L., - 1870 - 1890 - Location - United States. President of The Sportsman's Club of California named in story entitled RIFLE KING by Raymond W. Thorp of one of the greatest rifle shots of the old west, William F. "Doc" Carver * and his feats and exploits with the Winchester Rifle he had made a household word and received the accolade of "Champion Shot of the World and Our Best Salesman" from Oliver F. Winchester as published in this old and complete western magazine
OGDEN, UTAH - 1890 - 1910 era - referred to in "Two Years On The Desert" by K. E. Covington as published in an old western magazine.
OGDEN, Utah, mentioned in "Joseph Morris, The Seventh Angel" by Earl Spendlove, and the puzzling end of the Mormon's life (circa 1850) as published in this old Western magazine.
OGDEN, Vivia * - 1920 - Pictured are of the stars of the film play of D. W. Griffiths, WAY DOWN EAST" pictured and named in a pictorial collage as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint.
OGELVIE, George B. "The Town That Copper Killed" by Joseph H. Porath, article about history of Bingham, Utah and world's largest open copper pit as featured in old western magazine.
OGG, Billy mentioned in "Red Lightning Struck Twice", by Curtis Bishop
OGILVIE, T. S. - 1840 - 90 era. Location: Pioneer United States. Named in story entitled HERO MAKER OF THE WILD WILD WEST by Raymond W. Thorp who was a news-maker who lined up the hero's of the pioneer west, put the Indians in their sights, and made the dime novel synonymous with adventure as found in this old complete western magazine
OGLALA INDIANS.. - 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
OGLALA INDIANS - 1876 era - Location: Montana. Named in story entitled WE KILLED CUSTER by Norman Wiltsey of RUNNING FOX, Indian brave's eyewitness report of The Battle of Little Big Horn who says "Our hearts sang when Custer let our women and children get away - now we could fight" as found in this old, complete, western magazine.
OGLALA SIOUX INDIAN TRIBE - 1823 - 93 - Location: US. Named in story entitled THE INDOMITABLE FRANCIS PARKMAN by Tom Bailey who writes that Parkman, half-blind, cripple by disease and personal loss, he nevertheless wielded the pen that opened a wilderness to civilization. Here is his remarkable story which must be read by any student of western pioneer and Indian life. Entitled THE INDOMITABLE FRANCIS PARKMAN by Tom Bailey is the story of the author of The Oregon Trail as found in this old western magazine.
OGLE, Charles - 1922 - Named as cast member of The Young Rajah". with Rodolph Valentino in Rivoli Theater Ad
OGLE, Rosanna * (Oliver Banta’s wife) pictured in "Tex Banta Mountain Man of the 1880’s", by: O. W. Banta, Submitted By: Wayne Spiller
OGLE, Roy, W.,. - 1890 era - Railroad Agent named in "The Chile Line is Dead, the official name of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad was affectionately called the "Chile Line" and is still remember as God's gift to the Sangre De Christo.. Here is it's history as found in this unusual and complete western magazine in mint condition
OGLE, T. Lemon, Private, Company E, 28th U. S. Marine Corps - 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.
OGLESBY, W. W., Doctor - 1860 - 1900 era. Location: Oregon. Named in story entitled "OREGON'S BOHEMIA MINES" by Nancy Dorman Anderson who writes of James "Bohemia" Johnson rand the discovery of a mystery claim on the Williamson River and the frenzy it started as found in the old, complete western magazine.
OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY CO-ED MISS STRIBLING, Nancy, * - 1927 - Co-ed at Oglethorpe University, Atlanta, Georgia as pictured in article entitled "FLOWERS IN FEBRUARY" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
OLGETHORPE, James Edward, General * - 1672 - 1900 era, Locations of Forts of the United States. Named in story entitled VANISHING FORTRESS by Charles V. Mathis who gives a rare look at the old forts east of the Mississippi and their remains from the frontier days as found in this old and complete western magazine.
OGLETHORPE, James Edward (1903 - THE WESLEYS IN AMERICA by Sawyer Youth Companion Magazine. 1903)
OHIA, 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.
OHIO MINING DISTRICT - 1860 - 1900's - Location - UT. Named in story entitled "QUEEN OF THE UTAH GOLD CAMPS" by George A. Thompson citing names of individuals and the mines of the old Gold camp. Important mine research tool as found in this old Western magazine.
OHIO STATE - PENNSYLVANIA * - 1933 - Pictured is Shanahan of Pennsylvania University against Ohio tate University which Ohio State won 20 - 7. Mint condition. 10 by 14 inches.
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, Delaware, Ohio - 1932 - Perkins Observatory Tower pictured w text entitled "A NEW PATHWAY TO THE STARS" on pictorial page titled "ADVANCES IN THE REALM OF SCIENCE" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
OH KAY * - 1927 - Pictured as star is Paulette Winston of "OH KAY" playing at the Imperial Theatre in article entitled PROMINENT AND POPULAR PLAYERS IN THEATRELAND as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 10 1/4 by 16 inches.
OHLSON, Astrid * - 1923 - Pictured are Jean Lamar and Astrid Ohlson, stars of "GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES" playing at the Winter Garden Theatre as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
OHSOL, John Vice-Chairman, Amtorg Trading Corporation, a Russian Commercial Agency as mentioned in an 72 year old article entitled A MIDSUMMER CHASE OF REDS as published in this old American magazine of 1930
OIL * -1930 - Article entitled "Shutting Off a Flood---of Oil" by Merlo J. Pusey as published in old western magazine.
OINES STATION, ALASKA - 1880 - 1920 - Named in this story of the heroic men who braved the narrow gauges entitled "THE TANANA VALLEY NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY" that extended from Fairbanks, Alaska down to Chena Slough. Names, stops, engines, pictures all here as found in this complete western magazine.
OK Corral * - 1897 Site: Tombstone, Arizona. Named in featured story entitled "Cooper King of Cananea" by Ben T. Traywick. Pictured as site of murder of Jim Burnett at Allen Street entrance to famed stables Story of Colonel William C. Greene who killed the man he held responsible for the death of his daughter as published in this rare western magazine.
OKLAHOMA ADJUTANT GENERAL FRANK M. CANTON * - 1850 - 1927 era, Location: MO, OK, TX, VA, WY. Named in story entitled "FRONTIER LAWMAN" by William Gardner Bell who writes of the life and times of U. S. Marshall Frank M. Canton who, in later years, was on the side of the law and earlier was known as Outlaw Joe Horner, the "Lone Highwayman of Texas" as found in this old and complete western magazine
OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA - 1880-1900's era. Location: US. Site named in history of famous woman outlaw BELLE STARR entitled "When Women Held the Whip Hand" by Glen Shirley with pictures, posters, headline of newspapers, sidesaddle information on Belle Starr as published in this very rare and seldom found complete western magazine.
OKLAHOMA CITY BASEBALL TEAM * - 1890 - LOCATION: CA, HA, MO, NY. Named in great story entitled BALL ONE OF THE FRONTIER by Milt Riske of baseball in the early days as featured story in an old western magazine
OKLAHOMA CLASSROOM FOURTH OF JULY * - Oklahoma. Story entitled "PARADES, PARTIES, PICNICS; A REAL WESTERN FOURTH OF JULY as pictured in a collage of photos as published in this old and complete western magazine
OKLAHOMA LEAD AND ZINC DISTRICT - 1920 era. Location: Oklahoma. Named in story entitled "HOW THE PICHER DISTRICT REALLY CAME TO BE" by Dick Wills as told to by J. F. (Jim) Robinson which tells of the discovery of what was to become the greatest zinc operation in the world as reported in this complete western magazine.
OKLAHOMA QUADRUPLETS * - 1933 - Pictures the Key Quadruplet of Hollis, Oklahoma in their graduation picture as they celebrated their 18th birthday as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
OKLAHOMA TERRITORY, FORT RENO * - Late 1800 era - Site: America, Ireland, England. Named in story entitled THE FIGHTING IRISHMAN by Donald N. Bentz, the true story of Captain Gerald "Jerry" Russell of the 3rd Cavalry, U. S. Army who was known for his unmercifully hard treatment of his soldiers but gained their respect by riding beside them so much so that they took the name of RUSSELL'S RAGGED ROGUES as related in this complete and hard to find western magazine.
OKMULGEE GRAND COUNCIL * - 1878. Location - Western United States - 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.
OKMULGEE, OK. ROUNDUP - 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.
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