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SEBASTIAN, Lewis Boyd father of above (Lexham Gardens)
SEBASTIAN, S. R. * Lt.-Col. (Oxon and Bucks, L. I., - For King and Country; Officers on the Roll of Honour- WW 1 Mentioned in Dispatches)
SEBASTOPOL, RUSSIA * - 1918 - Pictured and written about in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text the harbor of the Russian Naval Base which has been occupied by the Germans. as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
SEBASTOPOL * ,and Miss Dorothy PORSTER * - 1924 - New York Native pictured with her goose "and at the annual Poultry Show at Madison Square Garden.
SEBELIN, Erwin. (Kapitanlt., - dead) World War I era. British Admiralty Statement of "Fate of 150 German U-Boat Commanding Officers who were killed or became prisoners at war.
SECOND (2nd) ARMY FIELD ARTILLERY * - 1917 - A pictorial collage entitled STRENUOUS MOUNTED TRAINING OF NEW YORK ARTILLERYMEN from Brooklyn in training preparing to go to France during World War I as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Page is 11 by 16 inches.
SECOND ARMY CORPS INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army.
SECOND ARMY INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army.
SECOND BATTALION, 4TH INFANTRY REGIMENT, U. S. ARMY PUYALLUP RIVER - 1855 Era - Pictured and 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.
SECOND CAVALRY, U. S. ARMY * -- 1875 - 84 ERA. Location: Montana. Named in story entitled The Red Napoleon of the West by Helen Clark tells of the trials and tribulation of those involved in the fight at the battle of Big Hole. There were heroes here aplenty but one wore a Black Robe – Father Reverend Anthony Ravalli, S. J. of St. Mary’s mission at Stevensville in the Bitterroot Valley and this rare western magazine tells the story.
SECOND CAVALRY, U. S. ARMY - 1870 era - Location: Mexico, AZ, NM, TX. Named in this historical story entitled SABRES AND COLTS by Malcolm Reiss of the old U. S. Cavalry on parade which tells of men of guts as they rode for glory on the old pioneer front as found in this very rare Western Magazine.
SECOND DIVISION INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army.
SECOND GARROTTE, CALIFORNIA * - Early California history. Named in story entitled "HOW CALIFORNIA GOLD CAMPS WERE NAMED" by Ben T. Traywick who names many of the old gold camps throughout California claiming they read like signposts of the past as found in this old and complete western magazine
SECOND GRENADIER GUARDS * - 1919 - Pictured are the only survivors of the Second Grenadier Guards who accompanied the British Expeditionary Force to France as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
SECOND INFANTRY, U. S. ARMY - 1840 - 96 era. Location: US. Named in story entitled FORT LARAMIE'S SILENT SOLDIER by George R. Swain who tells of the life and service of Leodeygar Schnyder who served in the Western forts for half a century, and while he gained no medals of public acclaim, it was his type of soldier that conquered the west as found in this old and complete western magazine
SECOND IOWA RIFLEMEN - 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.
SECOND NAVAL COAST DEFENSE RESERVE * - (1896 - 1941) - Ad drawn by Maitland De Cogorza for men for WWI - rare - Naval Coast Defense Reserve
SECOND NEW YORK FIELD ARTILLERY * - 1917 - Pictured doing feats on horseback while in training.
SECOND WISCONSIN REGIMENT, Mentioned in, "John Kleven-Nebraska Pioneer" By Martha E. Lambert
SECOR, Cecil R. * Corporal, (Wynnewood, Oklahoma –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
SECOR, O. P. - 1880 era - Location CA, KS, IL, - Peoria, Illinois gunsmith named in story entitled AMERICA'S MIGHTIEST WILDFLOWER by Raymond W. Thorp of Fred Kemble, a man who was rejected for service in the Civil War because he was too small to carry and handle a glove and lived to invent the clay pigeon and the mechanical trap as written in this old and complete western magazine
SECORRO MISSION, TEXAS * - 1540 - 1770 ERA. Location: NM, TX, MEXICO. Pictured and named in story entitled CAME THE BAREFOOTED PRIESTS by Frieda and Samuel Hyatt - the story of the humble priests who braved danger to bring their Christian religion to the "heathen" Indians as told in this old, complete western magazine
SECREST, William B. - 1850 - 80 era. Location: CA PA Canada. Author of story entitled CALIFORNIA'S PRINCE OF RASCALS who writes of the sordid hisoty of old time San Francisco, California politics - naming many characters involved as published in this old and complete western magazine.
SECREST, William B. - 1870 - 1900 - Author of "Fighting Man" , the story of Benjamin Franklin Daniels, westerner, lawman, Rough Rider (Troop K), Sheriff of Pima County, AZ., and Bent County, CO., Deputy Marshal of Cripple Creek, U.S. Marshal of Arizona, Assistant Marshall, Guthrie, OK but he was done in by publicity of his conviction and incarceration for attempted theft of government mules as published in this complete and seldom found old magazine.
SECREST, William B. author mentioned in "A Case Of Forgery In Old San Francisco", by William B. Secrest
SECREST, William B., Author, 1870 - 1890 era, "Those Brawling Boys in Blue" By: William B. Secrest. Seldom found stories of army life and problems and quarrels in service on the western front.
SECREST, William B., - 1870 - 1880. Location: Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. Illustrator named in story entitled “THE BALLAD OF BUSHWHACKER BEND,” by Raymond W. Thorp. Names and pictures some the great old ships of the past and includes history of river folks of the west as found in this rare western magazine
SECREST, William B.- 1853 Era - LOCATION: CA. Author of SEVERED HEAD OF CANTU CREEK who explore 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.
SECREST, William B. - T1900's - Location: CA, OK, TX, - 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
SECRET OF THE MURDERER'S LOOT, 1880;s era - Location - Montana and British Columbia, Canada - U. S. Commissioner - Mentioned in "Secret of the Murder's Loot" by T. W. Paterson. Canada was unsuccessful in extraditing Bulldog Kelly from the United States; but he didn't live to return and recover his loot.. As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
SECRETARY (steamboat) mentioned in "Death On The River", by: Bob Young
SECRETARY OF INTERIOR - 1855 ERA - LOCATION KS, OH. Named 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.
SECRETOWN TRESTEL OF THE SIERA NEVADA * - 1850 - 75 era. Site: CHINA, CA., MT, NV., SD, ND, TX. Pictured and named in history of Chinese immigrant workers on the western frontier and the prejudice they endured as entitled MANPOWER, CHINESE STYLE by Doris Cerveri and reported in this complete and seldom found western magazine
SECRETS OF THE ARIZONA RANGERS * - Pioneer era - 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.
SECULARIZATION ACT - 1542 - 1929 era - Location California. Named in history of Los Angeles entitled The Frontier of Diablos by Norman Winski who writes that a budding Lost Angeles was by no means a City of Angels - rather - if was full of thieves but because of the integrity of the founders, it became a thriving city as told in this hard to find western magazine.
SECUNDINO ROMERO, *. - 1850 -1900 era - LOCATION NM. Named in historical story entitled THE SHERIFFS OF SAN MIGUEL by Milton W. Callon who writes that for almost fifty years one family ran Las Vegas, New Mexico and passed the torch from brother to brother, father to son and they became one of the most powerful dynasties on the western frontier as found in this complete western magazine.
SEDGWICK, John Hunter of the Boston Transcript - 1926 -Named in story entitled A DAUGHTER OF THE RENAISSANCE which tells of the life of Mrs. Jack Gardner who gave to the public an Italian palazzo filled with rare works of art as saved from this old American News Magazine.
SEE, Richard mentioned in "Tex Banta Mountain Man of the 1880’s", by: O. W. Banta, Submitted By: Wayne Spiller
SEED, Walter D., Lieutenant Commander - 1923 - Location: 213 Miles South of San Francisco, California. Captain of the U. S. S. Fuller, DD 2397, named in article entitled "Death of Destroyer Squadron II" by Ben T. Traywick who writes that after the helmsman got the word, the U. S. S. Delphy, experienced small sound like sand moving against the hull -- then a sharp grating of tortured metal followed by chilling reverberating bumps which ended in a hard crash and ended as the worst tragedy of the U. S. Navy history as found in this seldom found western magazine
SEEDS - (Judge) - 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.
SEEGER, Alan - American Poet, died on the soil of France - mentioned in 1918 -"The Death of Joyce Kilmer" as reported in national news magazine. Extensive historical story of death in France and tribute and memorial.
SEEGER, Alan - 1926 - Named in story of "A DESERTER WHO WAS NOT SHOT' tells of an American who enlisted in the Foreign Legion and received a sentence of death for rebelling, then escaped and was captured only to escape the death penalty as saved from this old American magazine
SEELEY, Evelyn, - 1934 - Author of article entitled A Frescoed Tower Clangs Shut Amid Gasps which explains that three militant Public Works of Art Project had painted Revolutionary scenes in the Coit Memorial on San Francisco's Telegraph Hill consisting of Communist emblems and insignia as saved from this old American News Magazine.
SEELY - 1890 era - Chickasaw Indian Squaw named as witch in True story entitled "Witches and Magic Roots" of the trial of Randol Stick, a negro who had been a former slave of the Chickasaws and learned their ways to become their medicine man and later accused of murder. Tells of native remedies.
SEELY, George - 1850 - 1900 era - Named in story entitled THE FIGHT AT FOSSIL CREEK by J. L. Beardsley who tells of the attacks of Cheyenne Chiefs Tall Bull and Roman Nose on the workmen of the Union Pacific Railway in Kansas as found in this old western magazine.
SEELY, Mr., * Owner of dry goods store - Mentioned in "Frontier In Transition: California’s Redwood Coast" as photographed by August William. Ericson published in old slick paper western magazine.
SEELY, Welling Named as Ass't. Cashier CHATHAM and PHOENIX NATIONAL BANK* - 1920 - Great old ad entitled "A Banking Service that Covers Manhattan".
SEELYE, L. H. * - 1935 - Pictured and written about in weekly feature entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINE as saved from this old American National News magazine. He has been elected president of St. Lawrence University after spending fourteen years as a faculty member of the American University of Beirut, Syria. He is an accomplished lecturer at Bennington College in Vermont.
SEFRIT, Louis newsman mentioned in "Harry Tracy, The West's Mad Killer" article from old western magazine
SEGAL, Louise * - 1923 - Shown as star of film play "We Got To Have Money: as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SEGAL, Vivienne * - 1922 - Actress pictured who stars in "THE YANKEE PRINCESS" as saved from an old American Pictorial Collage entitled Actresses and Scenes in Current Productions.
SEGAL, Vivienne * - 1926 - Prima Donna of "Castles In The Air" playing at the Selwyn Theatre as written up in article entitled WHERE ALL THE WORLD IS MIRRORED ON THE NEW YORK STAGE as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SEGAL, Vivienne * - 1927 - Pictured as star in article entitled BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS which has biography material in featured page entitled PROMINENT AND POPULAR PLAYERS IN THEATRELAND as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 10 1/4 by 16 inches.
SEGALE, Blandina, Sister * - 1850 - 1900 era- Site Italy, Western United States. Born as Rosa Maria and named in LITTLE SISTER OF COURAGE by Louise Cheney writes lovingly of Sister Blandina who, with crucifix in hand and a deep abiding faith in her heart became a part of America's great frontier as found in this very rare Western magazine
SEGAR, E. C.. * - 1935 - Pictured and written about in weekly feature entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this old American National News magazine. Here, he is honored in weekly special entitled COMICS-AND THEIR CREATORS. He operated a moving-picture machine for five years painting houses, signs, playing trap drums and working as a photographer. With a talent for drawing, he entered a contest in a St. Louis paper and his career as a Comic drawer commenced with the success of his creation "POPEYE".
SEGAR, Gladys * - 1928 - Pictured displaying the Fantastic Swirl hair style at the American Society of Beauty Culturists meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in America as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
SEGARD, M. - 1926 - Named as Biographer of Mary Cassatt in story entitled "THE PAINTER OF CHILDREN" who the author says Mary Cassatt (1844 - 1926) has the eyes of a painter and in a measure - the mind of a sister of Charity. "She is devoted to her art as if it was a religion. Portraits and prints featured as saved from this old American magazine
SEGRAVE, H. O. D., Sir * - 1929 - Pictured is the British Automobile Racer on his tiny railway which runs between Hythe and Romney, Kent, England in picture entitled THE SPEED DEMON SLOWS DOWN as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
SEIB, Herman C. * Sergeant, (New York, New York -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
SEIBE, John - Candidate for Assemblyman - 1871 - 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.
SEIBEL, George F. * Lieutenant (Findlay, Ohio–WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
SEIBER, AL (The Man of Iron), - 1870 - 1930 era. Chief of the Apache Scouts named in western study entitled "THE TOWN THAT COPPER BUILT" by Harriett Farnsworth who is pictured on scene in seldom found, rarely read old Mining Story that needs to be rediscovered as found in this complete western magazine.
SEIBER, Al - 1882 era - Site - Tombstone, Arizona - Named in "Gomorrah On Goose Flats", the real story of the wild days of Tombstone, Arizona, a town bloodier than Dodge City, richer than Virginia City and Leadville, where men too violent to call home stayed as published in this very rare and old and complete Western magazine.
SEIBER, Al, 1840 Era. Written up in "El Chivero of Arizona" By: Donald N. Bentz - the story of Merejildo Grizalva, captured by Apaches who swore undying hatred for Cochise and became a scout, interpreter and civilian guide.
SEIDL, Anton * 86 year old Sepia Gravure. Biography of Metropolitan House Conductor.
SEIFERT, Julian H. * Private (Philadelphia, Penn.-WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
SEILS-STERLING CIRCUS PROGRAM * - 1936 - Brochure and program listing all performers with index of the Seils-Sterling Circus who performed and starred in their production.
SEITZ, Doctor * - 1919 - (Chairman of the National Assembly in German Austria) - Pictured in article entitled "The New Leaders of Germany After Revolution"
SEITZ, Fred * Private (New York City Killed –WW 1 Honor Roll – in Action)
SELASSIE, Haile.* - 1935 - King of Judah pictured and written about in article entitled HISTORY IN CELLUOID as it appeared in the FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS and saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SELASSIE, Halie * (1936 ETHIOPIA'S EMPERORS & ITALIAN ROYALTY, American National News Magazine 1936)
SELASSIE, Halie - CHIEFTAINS AND WARRIORS * - 1936 - Viceroy of Ethiopia, Rodolfo Graaziani pictured presiding over the the ceremonies of submission in the former capital of Halie Selassie.
SELBY, Florence (Miss) * - 1921 - Pictured in collage entitled "Figures of Special Interest to Women" after being selected by the Knights of Columbus as prettiest girl at San Francisco convention.
SELBY, Thomas - 1850 - 75 era. Location: CA. Named in story entitled "AN END TO INNOCENCE" by David Lavender who writes of the life and times of William C. Ralston, co-founder and president of The Bank of California and his fortune and demise as found in the old and complete western magazine.
SELDEN, Captain of the Union Army - 1860 circa. Site: NM, TX. Named in story entitled THE BATTLE OF THE NO KISSIN' KIN - (WHEN THE RIO GRANDE RAN RED) by Leonard H. Boucher who writes of a battle when the South won a shallow victory under the leadership of Confederate Army General H. H. Sibley against General E R.S. Canby of the Union Army which is reported here in detail as found in this old and complete western magazine.
SELDEN, Dudley -- 1814 - 62 era. Location: United States, Europe, Canada. Story entitled GUNMAKER TO THE WORLD by Ellsworth S. Grant who writes of the life of Samuel Colt - the imagnative inventor and ambitious pitchman who armed the world as found in this old and complete American Hardback magazine.
SELDEN, Henry R.- Colonel - 1884 era - "MACARTHUR SLEPT HERE" by Leonard H. Boucher. . Early Fort Selden, New Mexico history with story of famed General Douglas MacArthur with picture as a boy with family as published in this old and seldom found western magazine.
SELDES, Georges 1926 - Named as Foreign Correspondent in story of "A DESERTER WHO WAS NOT SHOT' tells of an American who enlisted in the Foreign Legion and received a sentence of death for rebelling, then escaped and was captured only to escape the death penalty as saved from this old American magazine
SELDES, Gilbert. - 1920 - 30 era. Location: California. Named in story entitled "BRINGING FORTH THE MOUSE" by Richard Schickel which tells of the history of Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse detailing individuals who help bring the little rodent to the screen as published in this old American hardback magazine.
SELDOMRIDGE, Jim John Seldomridge's brother mentioned in "I Saw The Dalton's Die" article from old western magazine
SELF PORTRAIT, * - 1935 - Painting by Russian Master VLADIMIR MAKOVSKI which appeared in the exhibition "150 Years of Russian Art" at the Hammer Galleries in New York. The artist was a member of the Imperial Academy of Art as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SELF, W. B. neighbor mentioned in Foreword of "The Brookings", by Julia Rose Brooking Needham
SELFRIDGE, Violet Gordon, (Miss) * - 1923 - Featured in "Women At Present Claiming Public Attention". Shown her wedding to Vicomte Jacques de Sibour.
SELIG POLYSCOPE COMPANY - 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.
SELIG POLYSCOPE COMPANY, (1900-40 era – Location: CO, KS, OK, PA, TN). Mentioned in “Tom Mix: Frontier Lawman,” by Sam Henderson, history of Mix’s early days as a soldier in the Boxer Rebellion, at 101 Ranch and Wild West Performer and a documentary of his experiences as a Frontier Lawman, as published in this complete old western magazine
SELIG ZOO - 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.
SELIG, Frederick R. * Sergeant, (Manchester, New Hampshire - WWI - Honor Roll -Died of Wounds)
SELIG, William N. Colonel - 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.
SELIG, William. - 1900' era. Site: TN CA KA NJ TX OK. Movie maker named and written about in massive feature story entitled THE FILM COWBOY HEROES WHO WERE FOR REAL listing movie stars, acts, animals, stuntmen, singers -- a real history of the early film pioneers who made the roles of cowboy heroes as saved from this very old, complete, seldom found or read western magazine
SELIGMAN, Arthur, * - 1932 - Governor of New Mexico pictured in article entitled "Desert Blossoms" 760 feet underground with 1200 New Mexico Students on tour of Carlsbad Cavern as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SELLECK, R. M. Inventor, New York City (Harness Saddles - List of Patent Claims-November 7, 1854)
SELLECK, Silas (Pioneer Daguerreotypist) - Late 1800 era. Location: Western United States. Named in story entitled MUYBRIDGE GAVE US THE MOVIES as told of the great pioneer motion picture inventor and producer Eadweard (Edward) James Muybridge who has been called "The Father of the Motion Picture Industry as found in this old and complete western magazine.
SELLERS, Admiral D. F.. * - 1934 - Fort Austin, Texas native shown as Commander-in-Chief of the United States Fleet pictured and featured in article entitled "THE COMMANDER OF THE FLEET" as saved from the weekly featured "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS" published in an American Pictorial Magazine.
SELLERS, Katherine, Judge of the Juvenile Court *. - 1925 - Pictured in this article entitled "WOMAN WHO HELP BOSS UP" who the author says are the women of importance in the United States in the year 1925. Many were presidential appointees and those that influence "politics behind the scenes" as saved from this old American magazine.
SELLORS, Elaine Sculptress, (FT. WORTH, TEXAS SPRING PALACE HISTORY, Old Western Cowtown Story)
SELPH, D. H., Doctor - Circa 1900 - Site: Stillwater, OK., Named in story of convicted murdererer Artie Blue who was sentenced to 45 years as featured in story entitled ARTIE BLUE'S DREAM - by Glenn Shirley who tells of a dream involved in the murder of Daniel Rising and the trial which captivated the citizens of this Oklahoma Territory town as found in this old, complete western magazine
SELLS FLOTO CIRCUS, * (1900-40 era – Location: CO, KS, OK, PA, TN). Pictures in “Tom Mix: Frontier Lawman,” by Sam Henderson, history of Mix’s early days as a soldier in the Boxer Rebellion, at 101 Ranch and Wild West Performer and a documentary of his experiences as a Frontier Lawman, as published in this complete old western magazine
SELLS FLOTO CIRCUS. - 1900' era. Site: TN CA KA NJ TX OK. Old movie named and written about in massive feature story entitled THE FILM COWBOY HEROES WHO WERE FOR REAL listing movie stars, acts, animals, stuntmen, singers -- a real history of the early film pioneers who made the roles of cowboy heroes as saved from this very old, complete, seldom found or read western magazine
SELLS, Sato * Indian Commissioner. Pictured and mentioned in "Indian Chiefs in Washington Carrying Peace Pipes".
SELMAN, John *. City Marshal pictured in "Bass Outlaw Was A Texas Riddle" article from old western magazine
SELMAN, Johnny - 1900 - 1920's. Location: West Central Texas - Named in story entitled COWBOYS FROM VOCA by Stella Gibson Polk which is really a chronicle of old rodeo cowboys from central Texas naming the small town rodeos, shows and carnivals they performed in. Great pictures. There is al an especially good index of great bucking horses they used as saved in this old and complete western magazine
SELMAN, John - 1890 - 1920 Era - Named in Historical true story entitled "Molly Maguires In The Southwest by L. Dils - the tale of an Irish enforcement organization that was popular and feared in the pioneer west as published in this complete rare western magazine.
SELMON, John "Scandalous" - 1900 era - Locations: Rodeo sites in the United States. Stamford, Texas named in story entitled 55 YEARS A RODEO TRAMP written by William Cy Hancock as told to him by author Hackberry Johnson which is really a rodeo history from 1917 of the stars with personal photos of their acts, circus, wild west shows including a massive photo index with story after story of the old time Rodeo Stars of the old west as found in this seldom found, complete western magazine.
SELOUS - 1926 - African Game Hunter 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.
SELPH (Doctor) mentioned in "Bloody Ingalls Under Siege", by: Joe Koller
SELWYN'S SNAPSHOTS STAR WHITE, Ruth * - 1921- Pictured with text entitled ACTRESSES IN NEW PLAYS AND SUMMER REVUES as she appeared in the Seleyn's Snapshots of 1921 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
SELWYN, Edgar * - 1924 - Pictured in " American Playwrights, Producers and Directors". 11 by 17 inches
SELWYN, Von Edgar * - Pictured in NEW YORKER THEATER BUILDER * 1916 - German American Theatre Flyer includes pictures with stars Julia Arthur; von Edgar Selwyn; William Courtenay; Naomi Childers
SELZNICK, David * - 1936 - Collage entitled THE SCREEN - a review of "THE GARDEN OF ALLAH" a Selznick production of the Robert Hichens' novel released through United Artists starring Marlene Dietrich, Basis Rathbone, John Carradine, Charles Boyer and Alan Marshal as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SELZNICK, David O.* presents Movie Flyer for "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", rare.
SEMENOFF, Basil * - 1918 - Head of the new Russian Party in Manchuria as pictured in article entitled "People Of National and International Prominence" as published in this old American Revue Magazine. Page is 11 by 14 inches in mint condition.
SEMINOLE, BOWLEGS AND LITTLE RIVER* - 1920 Era. Site: Oklahoma. Story by Watson L. Caldwell where author tells of striking oil near Seminole, OK and selling an undrilled lease for over two million dollars as found in this old and complete western magazine.
SEMNOLE (HORSE) OWNED BY WIDENER, Joseph E. * - 1933 - Pictured is his horse SEMINOLE, in article entitled AN AMERICAN-OWNED HORSE WINS A CLASSIC OF THE ENGLISH TURF at Newmarket. 10 by 14 in. Mint.
SEMINOLE INDIANS - 1875 Era. Subject of Historical story entitled "SACRED HEART' - OUTPOST OF RELIGION" by E. H. Brewington - the story of Benedictine Father Dom Isodore Robot who founded the Sacred Heart Mission and School in the Indian territory of Oklahoma. Rare magazine.
SEMINOLE INDIANS - 1920 Era. Site: Oklahoma. Named in story entitled SEMINOLE, BOWLEGS AND LITTLE RIVER by Watson L. Caldwell where author tells of striking oil near Seminole, OK and selling an undrilled lease for over two million dollars as found in this old and complete western magazine.
SEMINOLES INDIANS - 1840 - 96 era. Location: US. Named in story entitled FORT LARAMIE'S SILENT SOLDIER by George R. Swain who tells of the life and service of Leodeygar Schnyder who served in the Western forts for half a century, and while he gained no medals of public acclaim, it was his type of soldier that conquered the west as found in this old and complete western magazine.
SEMINOLE INDIANS 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
SEMINOLE, OKLAHOMA * - 1920 Era. Site: Oklahoma. Named in story entitled SEMINOLE, BOWLEGS AND LITTLE RIVER by Watson L. Caldwell where author tells of striking oil near Seminole, OK and selling an undrilled lease for over two million dollars as found in this old and complete western magazine.
SEMINOLE WAR OF FLORIDA - 1840 - 96 era. Location: US. Named in story entitled FORT LARAMIE'S SILENT SOLDIER by George R. Swain who tells of the life and service of Leodeygar Schnyder who served in the Western forts for half a century, and while he gained no medals of public acclaim, it was his type of soldier that conquered the west as found in this old and complete western magazine
SEMKE, Martin H., Mrs. and daughter Marie - Photo * - (of New York, N. Y.) - 1928 - Photo by Victor Photo Studio of New York, New York wins first prize award in pictorial collage entitled FIRST AWARDS IN MOTHER AND CHILD PORTRAIT CONTEST as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
SEMPLE, Robert Doctor mentioned in "Murder Names A Capital" article from old western magazine
SEMPLE, Robert, Doctor - Mentioned in "A Curse Upon His Head" By: Norman C. Pierce, the story of the Mormon empire builder. Sam Brennan, of San Francisco. Rare
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