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SENATE PAGES * - 1922 - Pictured with Vice-President Coolidge in Washington, D C. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
SENATE SALOON, 1876 era. "Mystery of the Log Cabin Gold Mine" By: Mildred Fielder - Mining hunt of the Big Horn Expedition searching for the lost mine.
SENATORS , PROGRESSIVE *, - Senators of the United States - 1922 - pictured and mentioned in "Leading Figures and Events at the National Capital".
SENDZIMIR'S SUBMARINE THOROUGHFARE PATENT ENGRAVING * - 1857 - Ingenious report w drawings on navigation aide of local rivers.
SENECA *, Revenue Cutter - 1924 - Pictorial collage of Revenue Cutters fighting to keep America Dry as appeared in this old American News Magazine. Double page size 22 by 16 inches.
SENECA INDIANS - 1910-20 era - Location US - Named in fantastic carnival and circus history entitled HEY RUBE which covers the carnival tricks of stars who entertained customers with various tricks of the carnival trade. Includes names of little know rodeo star who performed their acts before the public as found in this complete western magazine.
SENEGAL, (ANNIE OAKLEY - LITTLE MISS SURESHOT, Fantastic Cover on Old Western Magazine)
SENER, J. B.- 1870 - 1900 - Judge, District Court, Wyoming named in "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.
SENFT, Adele * (Miss) - Chosen as Delaware Peach to represent Wilmington at Atlantic City Beauty Contest of 1922.
SENGER. W. * Sergeant, (Seymour, Conn. WW 1- Honor Roll -Killed in Action)
SENIC RAILWAYS, INC., LOS ALTOS, COLORADO - 1880 - Location - CO, NM Named in story of the CUMBRES AND TOLTEC Railroad which was built in 1880 and had plenty of business – hauling ore, coal, oil, passengers, timber and livestock from the San Juan to the junction at Alamosa at a time when there was some doubt whether you could take a Moonlight Special to Tanglefoot Curve, Windy Point, the Whiplash through the Mad Tunnel. This is the history of how the narrow gauge survived as found in this old western magazine
SENIOR METROPOLITAN SWIM CHAMPION * - 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.
SENN, Thomas Jones, Captain* - Pictorial Cover of 1923 Pictorial Review of the U. S. S. West Virginia entitled "NEWEST AND GREATEST ADDITION TO AMERICAN NAVY as the super dreadnought under command of Captain Thomas Jones Senn was placed in commission t the Norfolk Navy Yard.
SENNETT, Mack (HARLEM ON THE PRAIRIE - BLACK AMERICANA, National News Magazine 1937)
SENNETT, Mack * ("Your Favorites Are Here". First National Pictures Stars and Directors of 1922 pictured and mentioned here.)
SENNETT, Mack - 1922 - Named in collage are stars of screen entertainment entitled THE GREAT FALL SELECTIONS as saved. 11 by 16 inches. Mint Condition.
SENNETT, Madge . * - 1936 - Pictured as member of the Tulsa "Steno" Women AAU Title in double page article entitled "SPORTS OF THE WEEK" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SENO, Kin, Mme. * - 1917 - (of Hokkaide, Japan) -Pictured and written about in article entitled FIRST WOMAN BANK PRESIDENT IN JAPAN as published in the Feature, In the News--and the Camera's Focus as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SENORA, Francisco - 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
SENORITA De TOYAH (Dancer) - 1890 - 1940 era. Location: U.S. Named in story entitled " LUCILE MULHALL, FABULOUS COWGIRL " who writes of the life and times of The First American Cowgirl, Lucile Mulhall who has become a legend all over the world for her skill and rodeo ability as written in this old and complete western magazine.
SENSE AND NONSENSE. - 1860 -1890 era - Location Denver, Colorado. Subject's writing named in story about BRICK POMEROY entitled "THE WEST'S GREATEST FAILURE" by Danny V. Atchley which relates the story of this western pioneer who founded "The Weekly Democrat" a newspaper with other 100,000 circulation. He wrote several books including "Sense and Nonsense" but he usually moved on to newer ventures as published in this complete and rarely found western magazine.
SENSEFF, Simon- 1867 era - Location: Alaska Territory. Named in story entitled "The Fabulous $7,200,000 Icebox" by John M. Hurdy who writes that William Henry Seward was ridiculed and reviled in his own lifetime for the buy of the century. Today, he's considered a hero as found in this old and seldom read western magazine.
SENTIMENTAL TOMMY * - 1921 - Pictured and named is star May McAvoy as playing leading feminine roles as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
SENTINEL PEAK, GRAND CANYON * - 1883 Era - Site: Grand Canyon. Name and pictured in pictorial history and text entitled AN 1883 EXPEDITION TO THE GRAND CANYON by Tom Wittick of his father record breaking and breathtaking trip down the Grand Canyon as found in this rarely found and seldom read complete American western magazine.
SENTINEL, STEAMER - circa 1900 - 16 - Location: Puget Sound. Named in this history entitled Adventure Island by Victor H. White with experience of two young kinds Charley Welsh and Vincent Clark when storm came upon them as found in the western magazine.
SENTINEL, STEAMER * - 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.
SENUSSIA * - 1907 - Mentioned in Early American New Magazine article entitled "The Real Mosley Peril" as saved.
SEPPALA, Leonard * - 1927 - Article entitled "Artic Adventures of a Champion Musher" which tells tales of the dog sled team that save many lives and won many races on the ice as saved from an old American News magazine.
SEPPALA, Leonard * - 1928 - Shown as he came in second in a pictorial college entitled "ST. GODDARD WINS DOG SLED DERBY AT QUEBEC as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
SEPPALA, Leonard. * - 1928 - Winner with his dog pictured in article entitled "THE THREE VICTORS" THE DOG TEAM DERBY as pictured at the Poland Springs Maine Trophy Award Presentation as saved old American Pictorial magazine
SEPPLER, Mr *. - 1870 -1930 era - Writer named in biography entitled "WILL ROGERS ' INTERNATIONAL COWPOKE" as written by John W. Devine that is seldom found as published in an unusual western magazine with is complete and in mint condition.
SEPULVEDA, Anton, "Big" - 1880 era - Western Frontier - Named in story entitled LIVER-EATING JOHNSON'S LAST TRAIL by Raymond W. Thorp. Story of one of the west's most heroic mountain men called the boldest Anglo-Saxon who ever lifted a redskin's scalp. Known to the Indians as Dah-plh-ek Absaroka as published in this old and complete western magazine.
SEPULVEDA, Lee - 1924 era - Location, CO, KA, NJ, NY, RI - 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.
SEPULVEDAS - 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
SEQUIST Julia Wife of Joe Morgan 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.
SEQUIST Morris son of Julia Sequist 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
SERAPHIC SAINTS, Mentioned in, "The Dedication of Father Junipero" By: H. H. His voyage to the new world lasted 99 days in 1740 complicated by terrible storms, shortage of water, and starvation. Founder of the Franciscan Missions of Southern California.
SERGEANT JIGGS * - 1931 - Marine Corps mascot, identified in picture entitled "SERGEANT JIGGS ON THE JOB; THE MARINE CORPS MASCOT". He is pictured with Lieutenant Colonel John J. Dooley, Marine Corps Marksman at Camp Perry as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SERGEANT, Ed. - 1890 era - Native of Chama, New Mexico 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
SERRA, Father Juniper. - 1542, - 1929 era - Location California. Founder of San Gabriel Mission in 1771 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.
SERRA, Father Junipero *, Michael Joseph, Mentioned in, "The Dedication of Father Junipero" By: H. H. His voyage to the new world lasted 99 days in 1740 complicated by terrible storms, shortage of water, and starvation. Founder of the Franciscan Missions of Southern California.
SERRA, Father Junipero - 1864 era - Location CA. MA. Catholic named in true story entitled THE PREACHER WHO SAVED CALIFORNIA'S SOUL by William Wingfield who writes that California was going the way of the Confederacy but a Boston preacher had left the Hollis Street Unitarian Church for a similar position in San Francisco and what he found there, disgusted him to the point of taking on the Confederate sympathizers and really, saving California for the Union as related in this extremely rare, complete seldom found western magazine.
SERRA, P. J. * Corporal, (Brooklyn, New York -WW 1 Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
SERVICE, Robert W. mentioned in "Mystery of The Lost Lemon Mine" article from old western magazine
SERVIS, Sam - 1918 - 22 - New Mexico - .Named in story entitled THE CHENNAULT PLANE CRASH. As a Flying Tiger, he was practically invincible but - at another time - another day. he was just a pilot of an old rusted Liberty Airplane who crash landed in the Gila National Forest as written up in this old, complete western magazine.
SERVISS, Garret P., * - Scientist and Writer pictured in TUXEDO TOBACCO AD * - 1913 - Featuring pictures and endorsements of famous Americans as saved from an old American Magazine
SESHKIN, Jack * (of Poland) - 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.
SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF YORKTOWN * - 1921 - Pictured is Lieutenant B. M. Hall as impersonating GENERAL WASHINGTON AT THE SURRENDER OF CORNWALLIS at the Sesquicentennial Celebration of the Battle of Yorktown as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
SESSIONS, Robert * (Birmingham, Al.) -1925 - Winner of the National Oratorical Contest held in Washington, D. C. in 1925. Prize awarded by President Calvin Coolidge.
SETTLE, Mary Lund. - 1868 ERA - Location: KA, NB, CO. Co-author of 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.
SETTLE, Raymond W. - 1868 ERA - Location: KA, NB, CO. Co-author of 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.
SETTLE, T. G. W., Lieutenant * - 1930 - Chief of the Federal Inspection Staff and Dr. Karl Arnstein, Designer of the Akron looking over one the Swivel Propellers on the Navy's Super-Zeppelin.
SETTLE, T. G. W., Lieutenant Commander * - 1933 - Pictured in article entitled SIX BALLOONS, REPRESENTING FIVE NATIONS, COMPETE IN THE ANNUAL JAMES GORDON BENNETT RACE from Chicago.. Mint condition. 10 by 14 inches.
SETTLEMYRE, Frederick * (Moorseville, North Carolina -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed In Action)
SETTLES, Arthur A.,- 1923 - Location: 213 Miles South of San Francisco, California. First Assistant Keeper, Point Arguello Lighthouse, 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.
SEURAT, - 1942 - Artist Mentioned in American Amateur Artist Expedition, held in Marie Harriman Gallery, Chicago as written up by National News Magazine.
SEUSS *, Doctor. Original Cartoon Page. Old American magazine. Very Rare. 1932
SEVEN (7) XL RANCH - 1900 ERA. LOCATION: CO TX WY - Named in story entitled "A TEXAS PLOWBOY IN WYOMING" by D. H. Mitchell as told to Jerry S. Wilcock of his and a companion Leslie Mitchell experiences as Texas greenhorns on the western frontier as found in this old and complete western magazine.
SEVEN HEAVEN * - Pictured is star, Helen Menken now playing in "SEVENTH HEAVEN" at the Booth Theatre as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE * - 1925 - Pictured in Movie Review entitled "DOUGLAS MACLEAN ROMPS THROUGH SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE" with scenes from movie of cast members, a caricature by Fowler as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SEVEN LOST CITIES Mentioned in "Will He Find The Lost Adams Mine?" By: Kit Carson
SEVEN OPEN A GIRL cowgirl mentioned in "Ranch Life In The Cattle Country" article from old western magazine
SEVEN RIVERS GANG. 1870 - 80 era, Named in "The Coyote Badman". by Glen Shirley. The Story of Bob Olinger who got a job as a Deputy Sheriff to make some killings he wished to make legal. Sheriff Pat Garrett gave him the job of guarding Billy The Kid. Olinger tried to get Billy The Kid to run so he could kill him but idea didn't work as exposed in this story published in complete old western magazine.
SEVEN RIVERS, NEW MEXICO (ruins) * - Pioneer West Era. Location - Western United States. Pictured 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 found in this old western magazine.Part 1
SEVENTH CAVALRY - 1876 - Location: MT, ND, WY. Featured in story entitled THE EPIC VOYAGE OF THE FAR WEST by Norman B. Wiltsey who writes of the voyage of the Steamer Far West which carried the wounded survivors of the 7th Cavalry after the battle of the Little Bighorn as found in this old and complete western magazine.
SEVENTH (7TH) CAVALRY - DATE - Indian Wars - SITE - Colorado. Named in story entitled Triangle of Death by Col. Philip M. Schockley which was written as "The Kidder Episode" of tragic end to a mission gallantly attempted but by green officers whose first Indian battle was to be their last as Custer discovered and as found in this old Western Magazine
SEVENTH (7TH) CAVALRY DRAWING * - 1870 era - Location: Mexico, AZ, NM, TX. 7th Calvary Drawing picture 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.
SEVENTH (7TH) CAVALRY - 1920 era - Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. Named in story entitled "Garry Owen, The Pride of Fort Bliss" by Knowles-Peterson. Seldom found history of the best of the 5th Cavalry Horses with personal testimony by handlers as published in this rarely found history published in out of the way western magazine.
SEVENTH HEAVEN 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
SEVENTH (7TH) INFANTRY - 1820 - 1890 era. Location - Western Texas - Named in the story "HIGH HOPES AND WAR PAINT" by Eugene R. Anderson. Story of Lt. Montgomery Pike Harrison whose death resulted in the Indian Scout Captain Black Beaver, to be assigned the task of studying the evidence and reconstructing the murder of was the basis for this article as found in rare western magazine. Must read.
SEVENTH (7TH) INFANTRY REGIMENT, WAR OF 1812 - early 1800’s. Location ID, MO, MT, WA. Site in story entitled "THE EMANCIPATION OF GEORGE WASHINGTON BUSH" about a mulatto who Indians treated like a blood brother. As an early American pioneer, he was highly successful and loaned money to the needy without their having to ask. He helped pave the way for others to follow into Washington, Idaho and Montana. as found in this old western magazine
SEVENTH (7TH) INFANTRY, U. S. Army - written up in 1893 "The Bravest Deed I Ever Saw" by Brig. General John Gibbon - rare story of acts of courage by soldiers on the Indian front.
SEVENTH (7th) U. S. CAVALRY - 1850 - 1900 era - Names 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.
SEVENTH (7TH) U. S. CAVALRY * - 1860 - 1900 era. Site: IL, KA, OK. Named in story entitled PAWNEE BILL "LITTLE GIANT OF OKLAHOMA" by G. L. Savage which tells of the personal experience of Major Gordon W. "Pawnee Bill" Lillie as a western legend of the pioneer era as found in this old and complete western magazine.
SEVENTH CAVALRY (7TH) * - 1960 - 80 - era: Site - Kansas - Colorado. Named in story entitled LAYING TRACK ON THE HIGH PLAINS by Joseph W. Snell with photos provided by the Kansas State Historical Society of Topeka. History - a history of the times when the Pacific Railroad Act of 1862 provided impetus to expand our railway system and enable coast to coast travel as saved from this rare and complete western magazine.
SEVENTH CAVALRY (7TH) * - 1870 - Location: MT, WY. Subject of story entitled "Another Survivor of the Custer Battle" by Harry J. Owen who states that overlooked by history, there were some 140 horses that survived the famous 7th Cavalry massacre. Here he cites interesting facts and figures seldom found as published in this old, complete, western magazine.
SEVENTH CAVALRY (7TH) 1870 - Named in story of Indian War Chief, Chief of Dog Soldiers and Guardian of Secret Medicine Arrows story entitled "Little Wolf's Dog Soldiers". General Miles was so impressed with the Cheyenne War Soldiers, he asked them join the U. S. Army. Great stories and pictures relating the truth and realities of the Indian Wars on the western pioneer front as published in this rare magazine
SEVENTH CAVALRY - 1870's - Western Frontier - mentioned in “The Custer Story,” by Bill Judge who goes to great lengths to explain the reasons Custer lost. A revealing and thorough account based on participants in the action and comments of first men to follow the trail as published in this complete old western magazine
SEVENTH CAVALRY, (7TH) - 1870 era - Location: Mexico, AZ, NM, TX. M and D company, U. S. Army 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.
SEVENTH CAVALRY.(7TH). - 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
SEVENTH DIVISION INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army.
SEVENTH HEAVEN (7TH) * - 1922 - 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.
SEVENTH INFANTRY, (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.
SEVENTH NEW YORK REGIMENT * - U. S. ARMY - 1917 - pictured leaving in article entitled "GOOD-BYE BROADWAY; HELLO FRANCE". Collage of photos of war scenes.
SEVENTH REGIMENT GUAR OF HONOR * - 1935 - Escorts rival candidates of March 1928 election pictured and named in article entitled HANDS JOINED IN THE CAUSE OF CHARITY; FORMER GOVERNOR ALFRED E. SMITH AND FORMER PRESIDENT HERBERT HOOVER at the opening of the Annual Salvation Army Drive in New York in weekly feature named IN CHARITY CAUSES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SEVENTH U. S. CAVALRY * - 1870 era - Location - Dakota Territory, MT. Named in history entitled "FT .LINCOLN'S PHANTOM FORGER" by Tom Bailey which the author claims that the Seventh Cavalry might have been saved had Custer heeded a forged order not to march to a rendezvous with death on the Little Big Horn as found in a very rare and complete western magazine.
SEVENTH U. S. CAVALRY * - 1929 - Picturing Edgar Rice Burroughs 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 windy streets failed and started writing TARZAN with them instead as found and saved from this old American News magazine
SEVENTH GOVERNMENT HIGH SCHOOL, KAGOSHIMA, JAPAN * - 1914 - Pictured and named in article entitled "THE SAKURAJIMA ERUPTION" with a sub-titled of "A Volcanic Outburst That Will Go Down in History" by William L. Schwartz, Seventh Government High School, Kagoshima, Japan as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SEVENTY EIGHTH "LIGHTING" DIVISION INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army
SEVENTY NINTH (LIBERTY) DIVISION INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army.
SEVENTY SEVEN (77TH) DIVISION * - 1918 - THE LOST BATTALION * - 1919 - Article entitled "Stirring Episode of 'Lost Battalion' in the Argonne with pictures of surviving members and part of the Lost Battalion along with pictures Major Charles Whittlesey and Major Kenny, rescuers as portrayed in a collage of pictures from the American Pictorial magazine.
SEVENTY SEVEN (77TH) DIVISION * - 1919 - Pictured as the Commanding General of the 77th Division of the United States Army is Major General Robert Armstrong and, later, Major General George B. Duncan with map showing successive stages f the advance of the 77th Division in the Argonne as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
SEVENTY SEVENTH DIVISION INSIGNIA * - 1919 - WORLD WAR I Insignia of Divisions of United States Army
SEVERANCE, Dave, Captain, Company Commander , 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.
SEVERED HEAD OF CANTU CREEK * - 1853 Era - LOCATION: CA. Story by William B. Secrest 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.
SEVEREID, H. * - 1922 - Pictured as the first string catcher of the St. Louis Browns with a batting average of 320 as pictured in the featured SNAPPY PLAYS AND BRILLIANT PLAYERS OF BASEBALL as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
SEVERING, Mme. - 1926. French Socialist writer 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. .
SEVERNS, Sidney * Private, (Martinez, California –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
SEVERS, James Private, U. S. Army. M Troop, Custer's 7th Cavalry, "Under A Most Galling Fire" by Howard Peterson. Old Western Magazine reciting history of Congressional Medal of Honor Winners and heroes of Medal of Honor Point on the Reno-Benteen Battlefield 1876
SEVERIS. Empress Alexander and Mother Mammea - 1929 - Named in this story entitled 1929 - Famous Portland Vase On the Block of the most important vase in the world auctioned off in 1029 with details of those individuals named in it's history as saved from this old American News Magazine
SEVIER CONSOLIDATED MINE - 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.
SEVIER COUNTY, Written up in, "Cullen Baker-First of the Gunfighters", By: Carl W. Breihan - Story of notorious Easter Texas Desperado in the 1880 era.
SEVY, George - 1880 era Captain and Mormon Member of the Hole in the Wall Expedition which discovered a path for wagon trains into San Juan River County on instructions of the Mormon Church as appears in this old western magazine "Impossible Journey'" by Samuel W. Taylor.
SEWARD, William H. (1855 Scientific American - Involved in Patent Suit)
SEWARD, William H. * member of Abraham Lincoln's Cabinet - German American Magazine Pictorial Tribute 1916
SEWARD, William H. - 1850 ERA. Location AZ, CA, KY, NY. Secretary of State named in history 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.
SEWARD, William H. Secretary of State, THE PROPOSED RUSSIAN- AMERICAN TELEGRAPH LINE, American Magazine 1975)
SEWARD, William H. (Secretary of State) - 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.
SEWARD, William H., - 1898 - 1902 era. Written about in true story of Eric Hegg, a photographer who document the Gold Rush of the Klondike in a story entitled THE MAN WHO CAPTURED THE KLONDIKE by Max Prescott as found in this very rare and seldom found western magazine
SEWARD, William Henry *- 1867 era - Location: Alaska Territory. Named instory entitled "The Fabulous $7,200,000 Icebox" by John M. Hurdy who writes that William Henry Seward was ridiculed and reviled in his own lifetime for the buy of the century. Today, he's considered a hero as found in this old and seldom read western magazine.
SEWART. Robert .. - 1860 era - Leaders of the Astorians 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
STEWARD, Lucy - Wife of Thomas J. Steward- 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.
STEWARD, Thomas J.- 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.
SEWELL, Luke * - 1922 - Cleveland Indians. 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.
SEWELL, Marcus - 1835 - 36 era. Former shoemaker from England named as one of the honored heroes of the Gonzales 32 who rode to try to rescue the Alamo as written in story entitled "TO THE RESCUE OF THE ALAMO - GONZALES 32 in this old and complete western magazine.
SEWELL, May Wright, Mrs. - 1912 - Named as patron of Occultism 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
SEWING WHITE BONE - 1840 - 1918 era. Location: CO, VA. Cheyenne Chief named in story entitled "INCREDIBLE EXPLOITS OF DENVER'S MILLIONAIRE SLAVE" by Dean Ballow who tells the life story of Barney Ford, an ex-slave who rose from hand-picking cotton to become one of the most powerful American millionaires as published n this old and complete western magazine
SEXTON, Fred H. * Lieutenant (Union, South Carolina –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
SEYMOUR, Augustus T. * 1922. Ohio. Appointed assistant to Attorney General Daugherty.
SEYMOUR "Bloody Dick" - 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
SEYMOUR, Fred mentioned in "Tex Banta Mountain Man of the 1880’s", by: O. W. Banta, Submitted By: Wayne Spiller
SEYMOUR, Lieutenant Governor Frederick * - 1850 era - Named as among many in tales herein about Indians attacking ships on the Pacific Coast entitled "Bad Water and Bad Indians" as found in this rare western magazine.
SEYMOUR, Melvin Oil Driller in Persia - Companion who witnessed death of IMBRIE*, Major Robert - 1924 - American Vice-Consul at Teheran, Persia killing featured in article entitled "Our Consul Lynched Persia)"
SEYMOUR, Ted , 1870 - 90 era - Missouri, Kansas - Named in historical story entitled "Bob Dalton's Bandit 'Bride'". Story of Florence Quick and her lover, Bob Dalton, and their ride in life of banditry and danger as published in this very rare and complete western magazine..
SEYMOUR, Thomas H., Governor of Conn. - 1830 - 1860 - Named in story entitled GUN KING OF THE WEST by Lee A. Silva who says Sam Colt could've had it all - the entire U.S. Gun Making business - except for one fateful day in 1855 when he picked the wrong man to throw out of his office. Fantastic true story as found in the complete and seldom found Western Magazine
SEYMOUR, TEXAS mentioned in "The Brookings", by Julia Rose Brooking Needham
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