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WALL STREET EXPLOSION * - 1920 - Pictorial collage entitled ECHOES OF THE DEADLY WALL STREET EXPLOSION, SEPTEMBER 13 with pictures of site at Wall and Broad St., New York and alleged person of interest, Edwin P. Fischer & his notes as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WALL, Doctor * - 1925 - Scientist of Sheffield, England with his discovery of his invention eliminating the electrical wear and tear of Atomic experiments as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WALL, Elizabeth (Miss) * - 1933 - Scranton, Pennsylvania pictured in a production "Sanctuary" at Sweet Briar College, Virginia.
WALL, Enos A. Colonel, "The Town That Copper Killed" by Joseph H. Porath, article about History of Bingham, Utah and world's largest open copper pit as featured in old western magazine.
WALL, John 1884 era - Location - Dodge City, Kansas- 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.
WALL, Mildred * - 1927 - Pictured with text in article entitled "POPULAR PLAYERS IN LATEST BROADWAY PRODUCTIONS" for her role in "Broadway" the musical comedy now playing at the Broadhurst Theater in New York as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WALL, Patrick mentioned in "Mariposa, City Of Twenty Sins" article from old western magazine
WALL, Preston V. * Private, (Beach, North Dakota –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
WALL, Sallie, Miss., Photo * - 1931 - (of St. Helena, California) - Winner of Cash Award for photo submitted entitled ONE WHO LIVES IN A GLASS HOUSE in weekly feature entitled WINNERS OF CASH AWARDS IN THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHIC CONTEST as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WALLA WALLA INDIANS - 1847 era, Location: OR. Named in story entitled DAY OF MASSACRE by Paul T. Scott who tells of the Whitman massacre at Waiilatpu Mission in Oregon - a true story of the true brutality of some of the American Indians along the Oregon trail as found in this 50 year old, complete, western magazine.
WALLA WALLA PRISON - 1903 - 09 era. Location: WA. Named in story entitled "PORT OF MISSING MEN" by C. J. Lind who tells of the Floater Fleet of missing sea men in Aberdeen, Washington and the activity of those responsible as found in this old and complete western magazine.
WALLA WALLA RODEO * - 1912 - Site: TX NY, Australia, England. Participants are pictured and named in early history of Rodeo, rodeo acts, circus wild west shows entitled FAR ROAMIN' TEX MCLEOD, written by Jerry Armstrong about Tex's life becoming and performing as the World Champion Trick Roper as found in complete and seldom found western magazine.
WALLACE BROTHERS - 1880 - 1920 - Location Ireland, NV, LA, OH. Named in horse race story entitled RAWHIDE PAYS ITS RESPECTS by Guy Mayo, the story of Riley Grannan, the King of the sport of Kings who is described as a turf plunger as noted for his imperturbability as for the large sums he bet as told in this complete, rare western magazine.
WALLACE, Judge of Oldham County, Texas. - 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
WALLACE, General - Pioneer West Era. Location - Western United States. Named as Governor of New Mexico 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 old western magazine. Part 1
WALLACE, "Bigfoot" William Alexander Anderson * Big Foot Wallace pictured in 1865 era Mississippi River Tragedy - 1,647 died - old western magazine
WALLACE, "Bigfoot" - 1830 - 1950 - TEXAS. Texas Ranger Lawman named in historical memorabilia brought to life in story entitled "HISTORICAL BADGES OF THE TEXAS RANGERS" by George E. Virgines picturing badges of well know and seldom found Texas Ranger Lawmen as published in the complete western magazine which is in mint condition.
WALLACE, "Bigfoot" - 1971 - Austin, Texas. Named in publication entitled GOODBYE FRED of graveside tribute by Frank Wardlaw, Director of the University of Texas Press upon the death of legendary western author, - as found in this old and complete western magazine.
WALLACE, "Bigfoot" - 1884 - 84 -Location: Brown County, Texas. Texas Ranger lawman named in story entitled "That Bloody Fence-Cutting War by Ruth Whitehead which tells of how a fence-cutting war which erupted near Brownwood, Texas and how the Texas Rangers had to save the day as found in this complete and rare western magazine.
WALLACE, "KID"- 1890 -era - location Nevada. Named in story entitled "Gold Thieves in the Old West" which pictures and tells of fast shooting road agents who stole a lot of gold and of mild mannered manner, retiring high-graders who beat them at their own game as found in this very rare, complete western magazine.
WALLACE, B. C. Major mentioned in 1865 era Mississippi River Tragedy - 1,647 died - old western magazine
WALLACE, Babe - 1898 era - Location: Klondike. Named as one of the "girls" that made a warm bed in the cold of the Gold Rush but Klondike Kate was probably the toughest and smartest. In her life story entitled "Klondike Strumpet", she bested the rest of the "call girls" outwitting gamblers, prospectors, miners while fleecing sourdoughs. She was one of a kind, so much so, that in the end, Time and Newsweek reported on her death. Complete western magazine
WALLACE, Beryl * - 1931 - Dancing star of "EARL CARROLL'S VANITIES", pictured as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
WALLACE, Captain, (WOUNDED KNEE - MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER WEINERT, Pioneer Western Story)
WALLACE, Captain, Commander, Co. A., Washington Territory Volunteers U S. Army Aide de-camp - 1855 Era - Named in "Short Campaign of Lt. Slaughter" ( Lieutenant, U. S. Army, 2nd Battalion, 4th Infantry Regiment) --- who wanted to put and end to Indian fighting but died trying.
WALLACE, Edgar * - 1930 - English writer spoofs the Chicago mob scene in article entitled EDGAR WALLACE PUTS CHICAGO "ON THE SPOT" and raises some concerns from the press and media as saved from this old American News Magazine.
WALLACE, Elizabeth William Wallace's Aunt mentioned in 1865 era Mississippi River Tragedy - 1,647 died - old western magazine
WALLACE, Frank 1932 - Sportswriter, New York Daily News covering Champion Prize Fight - quoted in an article entitled "SHARKEY A SURPRISED CHAMPION; GERMANY BITTER" in old National News Magazine.
WALLACE, Henry * - 1924 - (Secretary of Agricultural). Photo entitled "MILKING CONTEST" from American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 inches.
WALLACE, Henry, Vice President of the U. S... * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled THE HUMBLE COW HAS HER INNINGS as Secretary of Agriculture of Wallace is presented with models of Holstein Cattle on behalf of their association. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches
WALLACE, Hugh, C., * - Ambassador to France - 1919 - Tacoma, Washington native has succeeded William G. Sharp as Ambassador from the U. S. to France as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
WALLACE, Hugh E.* - 1921 - Pictured with wife and niece as the former United States Ambassador to France in article entitled NOTABLE PEOPLE WHO HAVE RECENTLY SAILED FOR EUROPE OR ARRIVED IN AMERICA as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
WALLACE, IDAHO - Era 1899 - Location - IDAHO - Named in true story entitled MARTIAL LAW IN THE COEUR D'ALENES of mining wars by Alvin Atkins involving fight between Union, Miners, State of Idaho, and United States. Fascinating true history in comprehensive study of the actual facts of the day as found in this rare western magazine.
WALLACE, John F. - (Chief Engineer of the Panama Canal) - 1915 - Pictorial Text entitled "The Slides at Panama Canal Will Be Stopped" by John F. Wallace.
WALLACE, K. R. R., Lieutenant of the Sub AL - 4 mentioned in "Lost Submarines That Saved Themselves" published in 1921.
WALLACE, Lew - 1850 - 1900 era- Site Italy, Western United States. 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
WALLACE. Lew - (Governor of New Mexico) - 1888 era. Site: NM. Named in story entitled "WRETCHED WEB" by Joseph W. Snell who writes of the life and times of John J. Webb, an officer of the law and then a victim of a questionable shooting where a Judge and Jury determined him guilty of murder. Fascinating true story as found in this old, complete western magazine
WALLACE, Lew * - 1787 - 1890. Location: United States. Named as Territorial Governor of New Mexico in this story entitled THOSE TERRITORIAL GOVERNORS by Stephanie C. Shulsinger who records the history of those men who held this important post on the western pioneer front as published in this, old, complete western magazine.
WALLACE, Lew, General - (Story of Tom Tyler - alias: of Vincent Markowski) - 1920 - 50's. Location: Hollywood, California. Named in story entitled "Cowboy Strongman - Tom Tyler" by Glen Shirley tells of the history and times of this versatile actor who appeared as Captain Marvel after serving as a member of the Royal National Mounted Police and Champion Weightlifter of the U. S. Navy whose life touched most of the Hollywood greats as found in this very rare western magazine
WALLACE, Lew, General * - 1899 - Original stage review of the Classic, "Ben Hur" with General Lew Wallace and cast named and star, E. J. Morgan pictured with glowing reviews as saved from this old American News Magazine.
WALLACE, Lew., General, - 1850 era - Location New Mexico and Texas Territorial Governor - Mentioned in "The Taming of Tex Moore" by Joe Koller. John M. (Tex) Moore, artist, cowboy, elected to the Hall of Fame of Great Westerners of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western heritage center, Oklahoma City, OK.. As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
WALLACE, Mary * Miss. 1922. Daughter of United States Secretary of Agriculture.
WALLACE, Morgan * - 1920 - Actor pictured in scene in Act II of The Tavern as pictured in this Pictorial collage.
WALLACE, Morgan * - 1922 - Pictured is cast of Orphans of the Storm including Lillian Gish and Morgan Wallace as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WALLACE, Mr. Captain mentioned in "The White Man's War Tents" article from old western magazine
WALLACE, Mrs. * (Deputy Director of the Wrens) - 1918 - Pictures of members of World War I Woman's Support Group entitled "Organized Women War Workers of England" as published in this national news magazine.
WALLACE, Mrs. Henry A. * - 1934 - Wife of America's Secretary of Agriculture featured in picture and text entitled "Nobel Peace Prize Winner" as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine feature, "Footnotes On A Week's Headliners" by Omar Hite. Single page is 9 3/4 by 13 1/4 inches.
WALLACE, R. W. - 1882 - 1854 era. Site: Texas. Named in true story entitled JOHN FISHER, KING OF TEXAS who was a first class outlaw with an appetite for dandy clothes, silver plated pistols and leather boots. He had one other passion, Leopard Chaps and to get them he and his gang raided a circus, kidnapped the owner, killed the leopard and proceeded to have his chaps prepared for using as found in the unusual western magazine.
WALLACE, Regina * - 1922 - Pictured as star of "Your Woman and Mine" in pictorial collage review entitled. PLAYERS ON STAGE AND SCREEN AND CLIMACTIC SCENES IN LATEST THEATRICAL OPENINGS. 16 BY 22. Mint.
WALLACE, Regina * - 1923 - Pictured as star is Regina Wallace playing in "THE BREAKING POINT" with headline entitled ACTRESSES OF STAGE AND SCREEN as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
WALLACE, Regina * 1922. Plays the part of Sally Jackson in "Your Woman and Mine."
WALLACE, Regina* - 1923 - Actress in new play "THE BREAKING POINT" , based on Amnesia, is reviewed as playing at the Klaw Theatre, New York City and saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WALLACE, Sam William Wallace's brother mentioned in 1865 era Mississippi River Tragedy - 1,647 died - old western magazine
WALLACE, Sam - (Agent at Plum Creek) - 1867 era. Location: NB. Named in story entitled THE PLUM CREEK INCIDENT by Carl Uhlarik who writes of the only documented time the Western Plains Indians were successful in wrecking a train - Union Pacific Engine 53 at Plum Creek, NB as found in this old and complete western magazine.
WALLACE, Verna, * - 1936 - listed as Circus act in Seils-Sterling Circus Brochure and program listing all performers with index of the Seils-Sterling Circus who performed and starred in their production
WALLACE, Victor D. * Sergeant (Sprotts, Alabama –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
WALLACE, William William Wallace's cousin mentioned in 1865 era Mississippi River Tragedy - 1,647 died - old western magazine
WALLACE, William A. "Big Foot" - Texas Ranger - 1830 - 40 era, Site: TX, Mexico. Named in story entitled "HE MADE THE COLT PISTOL WORK" by Curtis Bishop was writes that Sam Colt was a struggling, unknown gunsmith until Sam Walker submitted plans to improve his gun that became famous throughout the west as found in this old and complete western magazine.
WALLACE, William Henson - 1787 - 1890. Location: United States. Named as Territorial Governor of Idaho and Washington in this story entitled THOSE TERRITORIAL GOVERNORS by Stephanie C. Shulsinger who records the history of those men who held this important post on the western pioneer front as published in this, old, complete western magazine.
WALLACE, W. H. (Texan) * - 1890 - 1892 era. Location TX, WY. Named in story entitled "THE HIRED KILLERS" with rare picture of 25 Texans who the author claims were a swaggering group of deadly young men with the purpose to rid Wyoming of a group of rustler's terrorizing the territory organized by Major Frank Walcott to clean 'em out as published in the old, complete and rare western magazine
WALLACE, William "Big Foot" * - 1830's era - Texas - Named in story entitled OLD FRIENDS FROM PEROTE by Edyte A. Rosenberry - the story of men who escaped death in the infamous Mexican prison and who lived to tell about it as found in the complete, old and rare western magazine.
WALLAGET, James - 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.
WALLBER, H. C. * Lieutenant, (Milwaukee, Wisconsin –WW 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
WALLCOTT, Frederick C. * - 1935 - Freshman Senator from Connecticut begins appointment as Chairman of the Senate Committee investigating the Stock Exchange pictured and featured in article entitled " LOADED FOR BEAR " as saved from the weekly featured "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS" published in an American Pictorial Magazine.
WALLEN, D. H. Major * - Commander of Fort Sumner, New Mexico named in Tough Warriors by John R. Winslowe - 1860 Indian War era. Location: New Mexico Territory. Rare story entitled TOUGH WARRIORS by John R. Winslowe Sumner on the Pecos River. includes pictures of Comanche Chief Quanah Parker *, Chief Lone Wolf * and scenes and history of events as published in this old and complete western magazine
WALLEN, Henry - Mentioned in "Sam Grant on the West Coast" by Joan Kyllo. After service in the Mexican War, 1st Lt. Ulysses S. Grant sailed with his regiment from New York to the West Coast on what became a disastrous trip. . As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
WALLER, Emmett *, Captain of the GORDON INSTITUTE FOOTBALL TEAM OF 1925 * - Pictured in article entitled "GETTING THE KINKS OUT FOR DAYS TO COME" who , after finding that their coach liked red hair players, dyed their hair before reporting for practice at the Barnesville, Georgia field as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WALLER, R. H. (Judge)- 1849 - 77 - Location: San Francisco, California. Named in major story entitled Frisco's Harlot Queen by Louis Cheney who reports on the life and time of this undisputed Queen of all madams who offered the ablest Oriental dolls in the business as found in this extremely rare Western magazine.
WALLERS, Henrietta * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in article headlined "NOT A TRICK WORKED WITH MIRRORS" who are 17 year old twins who look so much alike that their teachers at Macalaster College sometimes think they are seeing double as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WALLERS, Margarete * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in article headlined "NOT A TRICK WORKED WITH MIRRORS" who are 17 year old twins who look so much alike that their teachers at Macalaster College sometimes think they are seeing double as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WALLING, Dow * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly feature entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this old American National News magazine. Named in COMICS --AND THEIR CREATORSS, he was born in Bellingham, Washington and has progressed from cub-reporter to staff artist for the New York Herald Tribune drawing Skeets, his kid-comic strip.
WALLING, Joseph M. * Private (Gallup, New Mexico –WW 1onor Roll – Killed in Action)
WALLING, Letitia, wife of John B. Charlton, 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
WALLINGTON WRECK - 1913 - Featured Story entitled "Wreck on the New Haven Railroad" killing 21 people as written up in American News magazine
WALLIS, COMMISSIONER OF IMMIGRATION AT ELLIS ISLAND * - 1920 - Pictorial collage entitled ACTIVE FIGURES IN LEGISLATIVE AND DIPLOMATIC CIRCLES shown given testimony in which he declared that Europe was moving to the United States as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WALLIS, COMMISSIONER OF IMMIGRATION AT ELLIS ISLAND * - 1920 - Pictorial collage entitled IMMIGRANTS' CHRISTMAS showing newly arrived immigrants at the Port of New York being treated to a Christmas Dinner and gifts as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WALLIS, George a. - Pioneer West Era. Location - Western United States. Author of 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
WALLIS, Gladys * Leading American Actress as featured in The Stage Section of this old American magazine published in 1896.
WALLIS, Roscoe D. 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..
WALLKILL PRISON * - 1933 - Pictured in article entitled A PRISON WITH WALLS: EDUCATION FOR CONVICTS as saved from this American pictorial magazine.
WALLOP, Oliver Henry and family . * - 1925 - Pictured on their estate in Big Horn, Wyoming in an article entitled "PREFERS TO BE AN AMERICAN SOVEREIGN RATHER THAN A BRITISH EARL." who, because of his brother's death, is now known as the eighth Earl of Portsmouth saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
Wallowa, - 1865 era – Location: WA Territory. Named in story entitled “The Colville Indian’s Helen Toulou” by Thelma Kimmel which relates the story of pioneer days in the Fort Spokane area as found in this complete, seldom read western magazine
WALLOWA VALLEY, OREGON - 1850 - 90 era. Location: KS MT, OR. Named in story entitled CHIEF JOSEPH - INDIAN STATESMAN by Stephanie Cooper Shulsinger of the Chief of the Nez Perce Indians who led his people in war and peace - courageous in battle - wise and patient in defeat as found in this old, complete, western magazine.
WALLRICH, Christopher - 1895 era - Named in story of self-proclaimed divine healer and mystic Francis Schlater who practiced in Colorado, Texas and Mexico. He was known as Colorado's Christ-Man. Fascinating true story who attracted thousands of followers before disappearing in Mexico.
WALLRICH, William * Lieutenant, (Shawnee, Wisconsin -WW 1Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
WALLS, W. A., Photo *, - 1931 (Moose Jaw, Sask., Canada). Awarded cash prize for photo entitled "JUMPING DEER" as featured in article entitled "WINNERS OF CASH AWARDS IN THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WALLULA and PENDLETON RAILROAD - 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.
WALPI VILLAGE – Named in story entitled "Curtis…Camera Crusader Of The Red Man" by Drew Andrews- the story of Edward S. Curtis and his life and photos where, instead of a gun, he used a camera that enabled him to win the trust of Indians as told in complete and old western magazine.
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