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SUAREZ, Justo * - 1931 - South American Boxer pictured and named in article entitled " THE RISING STAR OF ARGENTINA RUNS INTO A NORTH DAKOTA COMET" as he was knocked out by Billy Petrolle of Fargo, North Dakota as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
SUAREZ, Miles A. * Private, (Orange, New Jersey -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
SUBLETT, Red mentioned in "Memoirs of My Rodeo Days" article from old western magazine
SUBLETTE - Circa 1830- American Pioneer and Scout and friend of great Black American Jim Beckwourth (Called by Indians, Medicine Calf, Enemy of Horses, Bloody Arm) who found Beckwourth Pass and had a town named for him. He was a great Negro Frontiersman.
SUBLETTE (First name unmentioned) - 1830 - 1866 era. Site: KY, LA, TX. Hunter named in story entitled PEGLEG SMITH LED A CHARMED LIFE by Xanthus Carson which covers the life of one of the greatest trapper and hunters on our western frontier and his finding of the greatest gold field in our history, the Lost Pegleg Mine as published in this complete and seldom found western magazine.
SUBLETTE, (partner of Jim Bridger) - 1820 - 1870 era, Location Western United States. Named in "Jim Bridger: The Blanket Chief" by Kit Stone. The story of Jim Bridger - a hunter, trapper, fur trader, guide and explorer whose "keen intelligence and courage was respected by whites and Indians equally as published in this rare and complete old western magazine
SUBLETTE, Bill William "Cut Face" - 1840 - 75 era. Location: ILLINOIS, NEW MEXICO. Named in story entitled MIDAS OF THE MOUNTAIN by Hani and Toni Chapman, authors of this biography and history of Lucien Bonaparte MAXWELL. a pioneer trapper, hunter, mountain man who lived to become one of the richest land barons and the owner of more land than any other American as found in this complete and old western magazine.
SUBLETTE, Milt. - 1860 - 80 era. Location CO: Named in story entitled GUN AND GHOSTS OF DEAD MEN by Raymond W. Thorp which covers weapons that have take a human life inc. guns of Liver-Eating Johnson, Pack Saddle Ben Geenough *, Espinsosa, the Mexican outlaw, Tom Tobin, Mariano Modeno's Hawken's Rifle, with picture of John Raymond Thorp holding the gun with which Jonathan Wiggins killed an Arapaho Indian Chief as published in this complete, old western magazine.
SUBLETTE, William - 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
SUBLETTE, William THE WEST FORGOTTEN HERO - JAMES KIRKER, Western Pioneer Magazine Story)
SUBLETTE, William.. - 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
SUBMARINE CARRIAGE WAY * - 1857 - HOLCOMB, H. P. - Civil Engineer (Winchester, Georgia) issued Original PATENT entitled "Holcomb's Submarine Carriage Way" with picturing engraving and detailed text of workings.
SUBMARINE CHASER * - 1917 - Pictured in article entitled TESTING CHASERS TO CLEAR THE OCEAN LANES OF SUBMARINES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUBMARINE ELEVATOR * - 1852 -WILLIAMS, Orrillus T. - (Smithland, Livingston County, Kentucky) - Patent issued on his "SUBMARINE ELEVATOR " with engraving and explanation of workings.
SUBMARINE OF THE ROCKIES * - 1890 era - Central City, Colorado location. Fantastic true story entitled "Submarines of the Rockies" by Agnes M. Pharo, the unbelievable tale of inventor R. T. Owens who dreamed of building a submarine in the 1890's and convinced financial backers that it would swim before it would sink. He was wrong but he escaped with his life to offer the sub plans to the U. S. Government who laughed. Owens went to Germany and sold the plans to the Kaiser who realized the potential and thus, the German Wolf Pack as found in this very rare complete western magazine.
SUBMARINE U. S. NAUTILUS * - 1931 - Pictorial collage entitled THE DARING POLAR DASH OF THE SUBMARINE NAUTILUS with pictures of the sub, explorer and crew as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUBMARINE U. S. NAUTILUS * - 1931 - Picture entitled "CHRISTENED WITH THE ICE SHE WILL SEEK TO CONQUER" the Artic Sea with the U. S. Submarine NAUTILUS was saved from this American pictorial magazine.
SUBMARINE, U. S. - 07 AMERICAN * - 1921 - Shown at Long Island Sound after a marine accident when grounded on a sandbar fifty yards off Wilderness Point, Fisher's Island, New York as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
SUBMARINE, U. S. L- 9 * - 1919 - U. S. Submarine pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR in photograph of United States Submarine L-9 at base on coast of Ireland as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SUBMARINE, U. S.- 16 AMERICAN * 1920 - Pictorial collage entitled LAUNCHING OF LARGEST UNITED STATES SUBMARINE as she appeared at Bridgeport, Conn., built at the plant of the Lake Torpedo Company, it is the largest vessel of her type in our Navy as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUBMARINES, American * - 1919 - Pictorial collage includes flock of United States Submarine beside their mother ship n the Irish coast as saved from this old American pictorial magazine..
SUBMARINES, THE ROMANTIC DEVELOPMENT * - 1916 - Article entitled "The Romantic Development of the Submarine" by T. W. Williams as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
Submarines. See U S Submarines
SUCHER, David * - 1890 - 1940 era. Writer named in famed Photographer Curtis Asahel's story entitled "CHRONICLER OF THE NORTHWEST" by Richard Frederick with breathtaking pictures of his unbelievable photographs as found in this expensive, enamel paged slick western magazine in mint condition.
SUCHODOLETZ, Ferdinand. (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.
SUCHY, William O. * Private (Great Bend, Kansas -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
SUCKER FLAT MINING CAMP - 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
SUDBOROUGH *, Alfred G., Lieutenant, U. S. Army (Adrian, Michigan.) - 1919 - WW 1 HONOR ROLL - Killed in Action)
SUEFFER, Rudolf. (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
SUERING - 1907 - Balloonist who achieved record of 34,000 feet as stated in article entitled SOME RECORDS IN BALLOONING as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUFFER, Earl H. * Corporal (New York City-WW 1 Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
SUFFOLK COAST * - 1919 - British Mystery Ship pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR in photograph peaceful ship that lured German submarines to their death by producing from a hidden hatch a twelve pound gun that sent the German sub to it's watery grave in article as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SUFFRAGE LEADER - 1907 - Story entitled " Woman-Suffrage As A World Movement", story of Mrs. Ira Husted Harper , who is pictured and written about in this single page report as saved from the Letter and Art Section of an American News Magazine
SUFFRAGIST FIGHT * - 1926 - Story entitled The Suffragist Fight Over Industrial Equality seeking equal jobs as saved from this old American News Magazine.
SUFFRAGIST LEADER - CATT, Carrie Chapman, Mrs. * - 1933 - Pictured entitled A FAMOUS SUFFRAGE WORKER CELEBRATES HER 74th BIRTHDAY.
SUGANO, S. * General, Japanese Army attending "The Japanese Mission To American" 1917 as published in Illustrated Pictorial.
SUGAR BOWL GAME OF 1935 * - 1935 - The first Sugar Bowl game ended with Tulane 20, Temple 14-Pictured in Sports pictorial collage entitled INTERSECTIONAL CLASHES IN FOOTBALL'S FINALE as "Tulane Comes From Behind To Win The First Sugar Bowl Game" picturing Danny Tasta of Temple going around end as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
Sugar Creek, - 1900 era – Location: ID, MT, NV. Story entitled “Two Funerals For Al Hennessy” by Ernest Oberbillig who writes of the pioneer life of Albert Hennessy who founded mining claims such as the Meadow Creek Silver Mines as found in this rare, complete, seldom found western magazine.
SUGAR LOAF MOUNTAIN, BRAZIL * - 1917 - Impressive pictorial collage of Brazil's capital - Rio de Janeiro, the World's 15th largest city with views and scenes from Rio in 1917 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUGAR, Mary - 1870 era - Ft. Worth, Texas location. Named in story entitled "Isaac Rouse of Fort Worth who had an unwavering conviction that everybody should get along and with that motto, won the respect of a wild frontier town as found in this rare complete western magazine.
SUGG BROTHERS - 1880 era. Location, Ft. Worth, Texas. Named in story entitled RANCHERO GRANDE by William CX Hancock and Wylie W. Bennett, Sr. Covers the history of this Ft. Worth Horseman who was responsible for the founding of Texas Thoroughbred Racing. He and his brother set about to develop the greatest ranch in the west only to be foiled by a detested ocean of oil as published in this seldom found western magazine.
SUGGESTING DANVER - SPAIN - 1924 - Picture of Marchise Casato in story of Spain's most ardent bull fighting supporter Ignacio Zuloaga and speaks in glowing terms of Jose Balmonte, entitleD The Bull Fighter's Painter as saved form this old American News magazine
SUGHRUE, Pat 1884 era - Location - Dodge City, Kansas - Sheriff named in "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.
SUGHRUE, Sheriff Patrick * - 1870 - 1900 - Ford County, Kansas lawman 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
SUICIDE AS A NATIONAL HABIT - 1931 - Report of Doctor Frederick L. Hoffman which goes into the cause and complications of suicide and saved from this old American News Magazine.
SUKHANOV *. Russian Social Democrat Internationalist. A double page of an old American magazine of drawings published in 1921 entitled CHARACTER SKETCHES OF THE PRINCIPAL FIGURES IN THE BOLSHEVIST REGIME THAT NOW DOMINATES RUSSIA
SUKUNE, (1936 JAPANESE SUMO WRESTLING HISTORY, American Magazine,1936)
SULL, Will - 1850 era - Location: VA and Western United States. Named in story entitled THE REAL CALAMITY JANE by Kathryn Wright of Martha Jane Cannary - called Calamity Jane here and the life of this legendary figure on the pioneer front of the western United States as found in this old and complete western magazine
SULLY, Alfred, General - 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.
SULLIVAN *, Ensign (ex-fielder for the Chicago Cubs) now serving in WWI.
SULLIVAN RANCH - 1883 - 90, LOCATION: NB. Named in story entitled "The Mystery of Murphy's Canyon" by Dade Gipson w photos courtesy of author. Seems that one Kit Murphy owned a piece of land that produced some good timber. Trouble was, a band named the "Pony Boys" thought they had a claim and old Kit was strung up for protecting his own timber as told in this old complete western magazine.
SULLIVAN, Baby Ruth * - 1922 - American Actress - Pictorial collage entitled "Actresses and Striking Scenes in Current Theatrical Productions" in comedy "Mother Eternal".
SULLIVAN, Barry - 1926 - Named in article entitled THE SHAKESPEARE MEMORIAL THEATER BURNED as saved from this old American Newsweek magazine with picture labeled Vanished From Stratford-On-Avon
SULLIVAN, "Boots" - (Cousin of John L. Sullivan) - 1890 - 1900 era. Location: ID. Named in story entitled HELL RAISERS ON THE PAYETTE CANAL by Alma Hanson who writes of the construction by the Payette irrigation and Water Power company and history of the trouble involved in the construction as found in this old, complete western magazine
SULLIVAN, Cecil R. * Corporal, ( Butte, Montana -WW 1 Honor Roll -Killed in Action),
SULLIVAN, Dennis A. * Sergeant, (Auburn, New York -WW 1Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
SULLIVAN, E.A. mentioned in "The Indians' Winter Count" article from old western magazine
SULLIVAN, E. Percy, Mrs. and Child- Photo * - (of Pewee Valley, Kentucky) - 1928 - Photo of Kate Matthews wins a cash award in pictorial collage entitled FIRST AWARDS IN MOTHER AND CHILD PORTRAIT CONTEST as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
SULLIVAN, Edward - 1890 era - Location: California. Author of story entitled "THE LAST OF THE WEST'S DESPERADOES" by Edward Sullivan which explains some of the anger and hatred that the old settlers had for the railways. When the railroad took the settler's land, their answer was to begin a spate of train robberies as published in this old and complete western magazine..
SULLIVAN, Edwin V. * Corporal (Infantry, killed in action about March 7. His home was in Brooklyn, New York. -WW 1 Honor Roll)
SULLIVAN, Emmet D. * Private, (Degrasse, New York WW 1- Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
SULLIVAN, Eugene- Named in story entitled CATALINA - THE REAL FAR WEST - Well, you wouldn't expect to find a history of Catalina Island in this very unique, old and complete western magazine but the author claims that the western pioneers didn't stop at the Pacific Shores but went on to the Catalina Islands
SULLIVAN, F. F. * Sergeant, (Collingdale, Penn. -WW 1Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
SULLIVAN, Jack "Montana" * - 1864 - Location - Montana Territory - Winner of shortest fight in Montana boxing history named in story entitled THE ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY FIVE ROUND FIST FIGHT by J. M. Moore which recites the history of what was probably the longest, bloodiest boxing match in history as found in this rare, complete western magazine.
SULLIVAN, James - Referred to as Confederate Naval Fireman in history of the first Civil War Submarine to sink a ship. Recently discovered and saved from a watery grave, this story of the Civil War Submarine Hunley is entitled "The Sub That Wouldn't Come Up" by Lydel Sims containing fascinating accurate (and some inaccurate) information). Historical pictures and drawings.
SULLIVAN, James C. * Corporal (New York City, New York –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
SULLIVAN, John B. - 1870 era - Named in THOSE MARRYIN' EARP MEN - a family history of one of the pioneer families of the old west as found in this complete western magazine
SULLIVAN, John Howe - 1875 - Location: West Coast. Gold Commissioner 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.
SULLIVAN, John L. - 1890 era - Western U. S. A. Named in this biography of Captain John Wallace Crawford, entitled, "Captain Jack, The Poet Scout", and here the author, Paul T. Nolen, recites the history of this western scout and acquaintance of Buffalo Bill who went from scouting to acting to writing as published in this complete western magazine.
SULLIVAN, John L. * - 1896 era - Location: Ireland, Mexico, TX, - Boxing Champion named in story of Champion Fighter of Ireland named and pictured Peter Maher in story entitled THE FIGHT THAT ALMOST KAYOED BOXING by Dick King which tells of the between Maher and Robert Roy "Fighting Bob" Fitzimmons. The fight was banned but then held on an island in the Rio Grande by Judge Roy Bean as published in this complete, rare old western magazine.
SULLIVAN, John Lawrence * - 1925 - Site: USA. Subject of original story entitled HOW JOHN L. LICKED JOHN BARLEYCORN which declares that the toughest bout the Heavyweight Champion ever had was the one to lick his drinking problem as saved from this old American magazine
SULLIVAN, John L. * Boxing Champion as featured in article entitled to "The D'Artagnam of the Prize-Ring" 1933.
SULLIVAN, John L. mentioned in "Silver Creek Reminiscences", by: Jean-Michael Moore, the story of Thomas Cross, illititerate miner who struck it rich in Silver City, Nevada as found in this complete western magazine.
SULLIVAN, John L., * - 1894 - Texas Ranger Lawmen story entitled "A CASE OF DOUBLE CROSS" by Fred Harrison relates John L. Sullivan and his efforts to capture Bill Cook, a train robber and the strange twist of fate that occurred as published in this complete and rare western magazine.
SULLIVAN, John L., American Boxing Champion, - 1925 - Named in story entitled THE AMERICANISM OF GEORGE BELLOWS in loving tribute upon "His early death has robbed American Art of one of its most vital forces." Admired American painter as found in this American News Magazine.
SULLIVAN, Larry - SHANGHAI HELL* by Gail McKenna. Story of Sailing Ships out of Portland, Oregon 1890 era.
SULLIVAN, Larry, Mrs. (Lucille Ayers) Second Wife - SHANGHAI HELL* by Gail McKenna. Story of Sailing Ships out of Portland, Oregon 1890 era.
SULLIVAN, Larry, Mrs. (Mabel Hoars) First Wife - SHANGHAI HELL* by Gail McKenna. Story of Sailing Ships out of Portland, Oregon 1890 era.
SULLIVAN, M. F., Mrs. * - 1924 - Fall River, Mass. native pictured in article entitled DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE WOMAN AT THE WASHINGTON MEETING WHERE NEW YORK WAS SELECTED FOR THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. 11 BY 16 INCHES. Mint condition
SULLIVAN, Mae - 1922 - Star of "The Passing Show of 1922" playing at the Winter Garden Theater in an article entitled "Actresses of Stage and Screen - New Equity Enterprise as saved from this old Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition, 11 by 16 inches.
SULLIVAN, Mae * - 1923 - Pictured as one of the "Beauties of New Winter Garden Show" featured in "Passing Show of 1923" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint Condition. 11 by 16 inches.
SULLIVAN, Mary Norman - 1870 era - Named in THOSE MARRYIN' EARP MEN - a family history of one of the pioneer families of the old west as found in this complete western magazine
SULLIVAN, Muryl - 1870 era - Named in THOSE MARRYIN' EARP MEN - a family history of one of the pioneer families of the old west as found in this complete western magazine
SULLIVAN, Patrick J., - 1942 - American Artist Mentioned in American Amateur Artist Expedition, held in Manhattan Exhibit as written up by National News Magazine.
SULLIVAN, Roger * Private, (Perry, Maine. –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
SULLIVAN, Ruth of WELLSLEY COLLEGE DEBATING TEAM * - 1925 - Defeating Oxford - Rare picture entitled " VICTORIOUS OVER OXFORD: DEBATING TEAM" with picture of champion team of Julia Older, Elizabeth Adams and Ruth Sullivan as saved from this American Pictorial magazine
SULLIVAN, S. F. * Private (Pittston, Penn. -WW1 Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
SULLIVAN, S. F. * Sergeant (Chicago, Illinois–WW 1Honor Roll- Killed in Action)
SULLIVAN, Samuel * - 1850 - 191- era. Site: Fort Churchill, Nevada, Utah. Named in this comprehensive history of FORT CHURCHILL named MILITARY GHOSTS ON THE CARSON by Neil Murbarger which relates the proud history of, arguably, the most important Fort on the pioneer western front. Great stories of the past as seldom read and published in this old western magazine.
SULLIVAN, Tom (Passenger Train Senior Conductor - 1894 era ) - " Train That Raced Death ", Hinckley, Minnesota - Old Western Pioneer Story)
SULLIVAN, Jim * - 1860 - 1870 Era. Named in history entitled PIOCHE, NEVADA - THE BLOODIEST TOWN IN THE OLD WEST by Charles W. Sasser who tells the story of this wild west ghost town. Covers entire spectrum where lawlessness ran rampant when gold with the discovery of silver and fights over mining claims were settled in the streets rather in the courts as found in this complete and unusual western magazine.
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND - 1863 - Location: Charleston Harbor, South Carolina. Named in story entitled "The Black Heroes of Battery Wagner" by Michael S. Colin who writes of a little known Black American War hero, Sergeant Louis "Smokejack" Douglas, of the Negro 54th Brigade and his heroic action as reported in the western magazine..
SULLY, Jack - 1886 era, Location South Dakota. Named in story entitled "The Cow Business and Joe Kirley" by Bill Kirley w photos by author - the pioneer story of how subject help to settle the vast and sparse area of South Dakota as published in a complete and rare western magazine
SULLY, Jack renegade mentioned in "Ben Ash Dakota Trail Blazer", by Joe Koller
SULPHOR FORK OF THE RED RIVER, Now Davis County. Written up in, "Cullen Baker-First of the Gunfighters", By: Carl W. Breihan - Story of notorious Easter Texas Desperado in the 1880 era.SULTAN OF TURKEY *
SULPHURET MINE mentioned in "The Day The Tombstone Drowned", by Arizona Bob Kubista
SULTAN JAMARUL KIRAM II * - 1932 - Also known as Sultan of Sulu, he is spiritual ruler of 200,000 Malay Moslems pictured and featured in article entitled " OUR ONLY SULTAN" as saved from the weekly featured "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS" published in an American Pictorial Magazine.
SULTAN MAHOMMED * , ABD-EL-KRIM*. (1925 Featured in Article entitled "Abd-El-Krim is Sultan Mahommed, If You Please.")
SULTAN MOHAMMED VI PERSONAL GUARD* - 1920 -American Photographer, Major Davis Arnold took first photos of MOHAMMED VI, SULTAN OF TURKEY and his Palace and Mosques as saved from this extremely rare American Pictorial Magazine
SULTAN MOHAMMED VI, SULTAN OF TURKEY * - 1920 -American Photographer, Major Davis Arnold took first photos of MOHAMMED VI, SULTAN OF TURKEY and his Palace and Mosques as saved from this extremely rare American Pictorial Magazine.
SULTAN OF JOLO (SULU) * - 1925 - Story about Hadji Mohammed Jamalul Kiram II as written by Mr. Frank Carter in featured article of old American National Magazine.
SULTAN OF MOROCCO, HAFID, Mulai * - 1908 - Article entitled "The New Sultan of Morocco" as saved from an old American News magazine.
SULTAN OF SOLU - 1932 - South Sea Island ruler named in article entitled "A MORO PORTIA", whose daughter, Princess Tarhata Kiram (formerly a University of Illinois student), married a Moro Chief Datu Tahill who has now been besieged by the Philippine Constabulary, arrested and imprisoned as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SULTAN OF SULU . * - 1932 - Sultan Jamarul Kiram II is spiritual ruler of 200,000 Malay Moslems pictured and featured in article entitled " OUR ONLY SULTAN" as saved from the weekly featured "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS" published in an American Pictorial Magazine.
SULTAN OF SWAT * - 1931 - Pictured in House of David disguise is Babe Ruth as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SULTAN OF TURKEY * - pictured in article "Thanksgiving of Turks for the Victories in Asia Minor".
SULTAN OF TURKEY AIDES AND MILITARY ADVISORS, * - 1920 -American Photographer, Major Davis Arnold took first photos of MOHAMMED VI, SULTAN OF TURKEY and his Palace and Mosques as saved from this extremely rare American Pictorial Magazine
SULTAN OF TURKEY, BODYGUARD AT ROYAL PALACE * - 1920 -American Photographer, Major Davis Arnold took first photos of MOHAMMED VI, SULTAN OF TURKEY and his Palace and Mosques as saved from this extremely rare American Pictorial Magazine
SULTAN OF ZANZIBAR * - 1902 - Pictured and written about is ALI BEN HAMUD in article entitled THE BOY SULTAN OF ZANZIBAR, officially known as Seyyid Ali, whose new dominion will be Zanzibar, Pemba, Mafia and Lamu which are British protectortes and a part of British East Africa as saved from this American News Magazine.
SULTAN. * - 1921 - Pictured in article entitled " Winner at Ventura, California Horse Show" is the horse Sultan as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
SULTANA Steamer mentioned in 1865 era Mississippi River tragedy - 1,647 died - old western magazine
SUMAS INDIANS - 1540 - 1770 ERA. Location: NM, TX, MEXICO. 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
SUMIMOTO FACTORY, OSAKA, JAPAN * - 1921 - Featured in Pictorial article entitled "PROCESSION OF STRIKERS IN JAPAN" , showing 3,000 striking workers as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUMMER, Brigadier General Made Cavalry Captain Following Civil War- "The Men in Command of Our Fighting Force". Saturday Evening Post 1901.
SUMMER, Charles, Senator * - 1867 era - Location: Alaska Territory. Russian Minister 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.
SUMMER, E. B., - 1890 - Location South Dakota - Lieutenant Colonel, 8th Cavalry, U. S. Army leader 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.
SUMMER, E. V., General - 1860 - 1870's - Location: California - Named in "The San Francisco Diamond Hoax". Seems Asbury Harpending was a central figure in the attempt fo bring California into the Confederacy but he made more news as an accomplish in the Great Diamond Hope as found in this complete old western magazine.
SUMMERALL, Charles P.*, - General - Awarded the Legion of Honor by Marshal Petain at Chaumont, France, 1919.
SUMMERALL, Charles P., *- Major General - 1919 - Pictured as the Commanding General of the Fifth Army Corps in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with his staff officers and division leaders as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
SUMMERALL, Charles P., General * - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled "A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR" with President Wilson at Chaumont, France on Christmas Day, 1918 with American Expeditionary Forces dignitaries saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
SUMMERHAYES, Martha - 1870 - 90's Site: Western United States. Named in "We Never Grew Old In Garrison". by Marjorie Kutchinski, the story of Army Life of Lieutenant Frank D. Baldwin and wife in the pioneer days as published in this complete and rare western magazine.
SUMMEROUR, Margaret E., (HOWARD, James, Mrs. *) - 1921 - Pictured is the large Albertville, Alabama family of fourteen children who were married Aug., 30, 1867 as saved from old American magazine.
SUMMERS, Clemet M. * Private, (Ashland, Oregon -WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
SUMMERS, David King * First Lieutenant, Medical, Det. Infantry (Georgia- WW 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action, March 1, 1918)
SUMMERS, Jean (Miss) * - 1921 - Pictured in collage entitled "Figures of Special Interest to Women" after being appointed by Governor L. F. Hart as sponsor for the U. S. S. Washington dreadnought. She is daughter of Congressman and Mrs. J. W. Summers of Walla Walla, Washington.
SUMMERS, Richard - 1890 Era - Location: Oregon. Editor of romantic tale entitled THE LOVE OF SIX-TOED PETE by Reno "Dad" Ingles about growing up in Carson Brothers Mill Country and the life of the loggers as saved from this hard to find complete, western magazine
SUMMERS, W. S. Captain mentioned in "Death On The River", by: Bob Young
SUMMERS, William - 1835 - 36 era. Tennessee native 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.
SUMMERS, William H.. * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an old American News Magazine. Joined the Cleveland News Staff as cartoonist and has been there ever since as reported in Cartoonists As They See Themselves.
SUMMERVILLE, Slim * - 1931 - Pictured as star of new Marine comedy in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUMMERVILLE, Slim * - 1931 - Pictured in pictorial collage entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS is Slim Summerville who is staring in Basket ball films by Dr. W. E. Meanwell as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUMMIT HOUSE, MT. HOOD, OREGON - 1883 - 1919 era. Location: OR.- Named in story entitled "LIGE COALMAN - MOUNTAIN BOY" by Victor H. White who writes of the life and times of mountain climber Elijah "Lige" Coalman was born at the foot of Mt. Hood, Oregon and has spent his entire life climbing and exploring the mountain as published in this old and complete western magazine.
SUMNER EXPEDITION. - 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
SUMNER, Allen M. * Captain, (Washington, D. C. –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
SUMNER, Charles * - 1921 - Pictured as deathbed witness in article entitled STOOD AT DEATHBED OF LINCOLN which includes the famous deathbed drawing of Lincoln's deathbed as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUMNER, Charles Senator, (RIDE-IN. A BLACK AMERICANA TRUE STORY OF 1870, American Magazine1962)
SUMNER, Charles, Senator of the United States - 1840 - 1918 era. Location: CO, VA. 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
SUMNER, Colonel - 1880 ERA. Location: Western United States. Named in story entitled GENERAL DAVID STANLEY, FRONTIER SOLDER by Samuel Stanley who writes lovingly of this hard nose General David Stanley who twice tried to fire Custer. A very frank expose of Custer's weakness by this Medal of Honor winner as published in this old complete western magazine.
SUMNER, Colonel Edwin Voe - 1880 Era - Area: Western United States - Fifth Cavalry Officer and author of " BESEIGED BY THE UTES - THE MASSACRE OF 1879." w Frederick Remington engravings. The story of one of the most tragic events on the western front as found in this old western magazine.
SUMNER, Colonel Edwin. Voe... - 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
SUMNER, Colonel (WOUNDED KNEE - MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER WEINERT, Indian War Story Magazine)
SUMNER, General Edwin Voe,. - 1900 era - . Named in Colonel Jack Potter's "CATTLE TRAILS OF THE OLD WEST" with picture and maps naming pioneer experiences of the most famous and even the little known cattle trails of Texas, Kansas, Colorado. Complete description of trails while relating stories of origins, hands, drivers, drovers as published in this complete and seldom found western magazine.
SUMNER, Jack J. C., - 1869 - Named in this story entitled CONQUEROR OF THE COLORADO by John E. Bellin who claims that John Wesley Powell, the 2nd director of the U. S. Geological Survey did the impossible overcoming hardships few men ever faced and leaving an imprint of the land, filling in the blank space on the map of the Colorado River as found in this very rare western magazine.
SUMNER, Jack J. C.,. - 1869 - Colorado River - Named as member of the crew in story entitled BRAVE CONQUERORS OF THE COLORADO, the story of Major John Wesley Powell and his crew who explored the Colorado River under excruciating conditions for three months traveling a thousand miles, mapping and facing danger after danger as found in this complete and rare western magazine
SUMNER, Member of Expedition - Referred to in POWELL Expedition History - 1869 era - Story of the famous geology professor and his trip exploring the Grand Canyon in his own words as found in this hardback American magazine.
SUMOWSKA, Antoinette * 1896 Munsey Magazine Feature Story entitled World of Music)
SUN - UP - 1923 - Pictured in feature WOMEN IN VARIED ACTIVITIES is Miss Lulu Vollmer, author of "Sun-Up" and "The Shame Woman" now running in New York as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SUN BEAU * - 1932 - Thoroughbred Champion named in Article entitled THE GREATEST MONEY-WINNER IN TURF HISTORY: SUN BEAU who is pictured and named in article entitled "STARS OF THE TURF AND PRIZE RING" saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SUN DANCE, 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
SUN DANCE LODGE OF THE BLOOD INDIANS, ALBERTA, CANADA * - 1870 -90 - Location: MT, Canada. Named in story entitled THE LAST WAR PARTY by Hugh A. Dempsey of the Blood Indians last raid against the Crows as found in this, complete and rare western magazine that is 50 years old
SUN DANCE of 1889 - 1870 -90 - Location: MT, Canada. Named in story entitled THE LAST WAR PARTY by Hugh A. Dempsey of the Blood Indians last raid against the Crows as found in this, complete and rare western magazine that is 50 years old.
SUN GOD * - 16th Century era - Pictorial article entitled "A Rose Red City of the Dessert" showing newly found views of Palmyra, famous city of the east and the ruins of a civilization which has passed away as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
SUN RIVER RANGERS, MONTANA - 1860 - 90 - location GA, MT - Named in 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
SUN UP * - Star Ann Elstner pictured as appearing in "SUN UP: playing at the Lenox Hill as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
SUN WORSHIPERS - 1864 - 1920 ERA - Painting named in Story entitled " Charles Marion Russell - Supreme Master of Western Art by Tana Mac. Author says Russell was known and loved as a great artist throughout the world as published in this old western magazine.
SUN YAT-SEN, Doctor and wife * - 1922 - Pictured as the President of the Southern or "Secessionist" Government of Chinain article entitled "Men and Women of Importance in Four Continents" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUN, Tom Guide, (HISTORIC STORY OF EDISON & BAMBOO FILAMENT, Scientific Expedition found in old western magazine)
SUN, Tom, Scout - 1880 era - Western Frontier - Called Best Scout in the west in story entitled WHITE-EYE -- LAST OF THE OLD-TIME PLAINSMEN of Jack Anderson, the "White-Eye Kid * who was the eyes for Old Bill Hickok who was going blind. He was an Indian fighter, miner, and generally happy-go-lucky horseman. Includes best story I ever read about Calamity Jane I ever found. 5 Star old and complete western magazine
SUNBEAM. - 1880 Era -. Horse named in Biographical history entitled "Midas of the Mountain" of John D. Morrisey. a mining magnet who couldn't read or write or tell the time of day but had one successful venture after another in the mine fields of Colorado as published in this complete western magazine
SUNDANCE , riding bucking horse of 1900 - 20 era - Named in historical story entitled "Rodeo Personalities", which lists hundreds of the Rodeo Stars of the Early Western Shows with many pictured in this complete and very rare western magazine. Your granddaddy might be here.
SUNDANCE KID - 1890 - 1902 era. Location - United States, Argentina and Uruguay. Nmed in "The Mysterious Etta Place". by N. Sparks who states that Etta Place was known as a "She-Hellion" as she ruled the Wild Bunch leader, Harry Longbaugh, accomplice of Butch Cassidy and the Hole-in-the-Wall gang as published in this old, seldom found, complete rare western magazine.
SUNDANCE KID (Harry Longabaugh). - 1900's era - Site - Utah - author of "The Different World Of Matt Warner" by Gale R. Rhoades. After living the life of outlaw, Warner became a good citizen serving as Deputy Sheriff, Justice of the Peace, detective and night watchman as published in a complete, seldom found old western magazine.
SUNDANCE MOUNTAIN, 1876 era. "Mystery of the Log Cabin Gold Mine" By: Mildred Fielder - Mining hunt of the Big Horn Expedition searching for the lost mine.
SUNDAY TIMES (Newspaper) referred to in "Six-Guns and Printer's Ink" by Ed Repp. A history of early pioneer newspapers on the western frontier as saved from this old western magazine.
SUNDAY, Billy - 1860 era - Named in story of heroic pioneer, John Gardner Tims who survived an arduous trip from England after conversion to Mormonism to Salt Lake City. Entitled "Jack Mormon", a true tale of the pioneer west as published in this complete and rare western magazine.
SUNDAY, Billy . * - 1925 - Famous evangelist pictured in article entitled " THE CRUSADER ENTERS THE LISTS"" STARTING HIS STRENUOUS CAMPAIGN ON THE WEST COAST as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
SUNDAY, Billy * - 1921 - Evangelist present and pictured in a collage of pictures taken during Prohibition Days in article entitled RAIDING OF STILLS AND SEIZURE OF LIQUORS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUNDAY, William Ashley "Billy" * - 1934 - Famous evangelist featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined CONSERVATOR OF VIRTUE as the story retells his unwavering dedication to saving millions of lives for Christ as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
SUNDERLIN, Raymond A. * Lieutenant (Brooklyn, New York –WW 1 Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
SUNDERSON, Major W. F... - 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.
SUNDOWN, Jackson * - Pioneer Rodeo Days - Rodeo Nez Perce rough string rider named in history entitled "THE AMERICAN RODEO SPORT AND SPECTACLE" by Willard H. Porter. If your granddaddy made the rodeos, he is probably named here. Lots of pictures and photos of the greatest cowboys, cowgirls and their feats of prowess as appeared in this slick enameled paper complete western magazine.
SUNDSTROM, H. * Private, (Colfax, Wisconsin –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
* - 1926 - Featured is Pert Kelton as one of the sunniest commediennes in
the successful musical comedy "Sunny" playing at the New Amsterdam Theatre in
article entitled BRIGHT STARS SHINING BEHIND THE BROADWAY FOOTLIGHTS as saved
from this old American pictorial magazine
SUNNY JIM - Movie horse trained to run alongside railroad cars 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.
SUNNY * - 1926 - Joan Clements, Star of "Sunny" playing at the New Amsterdam Theatre as featured in this article entitled FEATURED IN PLAYS NOW HOLDING THE BOARDS ON BROADWAY as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine
SUNNY DAYS starring HOOTS, Vernetta * 1928 - Pictured as star of "Sunny Days" playing at the Imperial Theatre in a collage of stars pictured in article entitled WHERE THE LIGHTS OF BROADWAY THEATRE GLEAM as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
SUNRISE TRADING POST * on the Little Colorado River. Pictured in "The Death Moon" by John R. Winslowe. By consulting the almanac the Sunrise Trading Post operator discovered that the reported eclipse of the moon was incorrect and prevented additional disaster.. As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
SUNSET INVINCIBLE, * - 1923 - Shown in picture entitled FELINE CHAMPION: TWICE ACCLAIMED THE BEST CAT IN ITS CLASS" at Atlantic CVlub Cat Show, New York as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
SUNSET LIMITED TRAIN NO. 10 * - 1912 - Location: Ozona, Texas. Named in story entitled "GUNFIGHT ON THE SUNSET LIMITED" by Xanthus Carson- the record of the last attempted train holdup of the Southern and Pacific Railway line and the heroic exploits of David Andred Trousdale, Express manager as published in this old and complete western magazine
SUNSHINE, Marion * - 1922 - Stars pictured and written of the play "BLUE KITTEN" and featured in this article as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
SUN-YAT-SEN * 1927 - "SUN YAT SEN- THE WASHINGTON OF CHINA'S REVOLUTION" - Featured Article of National American News Magazine by John McCook Roots.
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