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W. H. JONES REAL ESTATE COMPANY, TOWNER, COLORADO * - 1931 - Article entitled TRAGEDY AND HEROISM IN A COLORADO BLIZZARD which is a collage of photos of a school bus accident where twenty children were stranded and five children eventually froze to death in a blizzard as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

W. H. RANCH * - 1917 - Named in story with pictures of rodeo at the Drag A Ranch out of Datil, New Mexico listing old time cowboy and cowgirl rodeo stars as saved from this story entitled RODEO IN MAGDALENA

WHAGA,  (OAHSPE LAND OF SHALAM HISTORY, Unusual Western Religious Story Found in Old Western Magazine)

WHAI-LA-HAY Goddess of Navajo Indians - 1858 era - New Mexico area. . Named in "The Army and the Wayward Navajo Wife" - the story of an Indian war caused by a prominent Navajo's killing in trying to get his wife back as published in this very rare and seldom found western magazine.

WHAKARI, NEW ZEALAND * - 1933 - Photo pictured in article entitled '" A DEEP SEA MOUNTAIN VOLCANO AGAIN ERUPTION ON A VAST SCALE: WHAKARI OR WHITE ISLAND" which is 40 miles of the Bay of Plenty showing moulten lava  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WHALEN, James * -  - 1928 -  Mentioned in article entitled "BRENNAN AND THE VANISHING AMERICAN BOSS" as saved from this old American magazine

WHALEN, James (Municipal Reception Committee) * - 1928 - Pictured with Captain Frank T. Courtney, Mayor of New York City James J. Walker pictured in collage entitled AVIATORS RESCUED IN MID-OCEAN AND BROUGHT TO NEW YORK greeting the downed British Aviators led by Captain Courtney Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

WHALEN, Grover * 1936 era. Article entitled "New York's Fair"  as published in this pictorial magazine.

WHALEN, Grover as mentioned in an 72 year old article entitled A MIDSUMMER CHASE OF REDS as published in this old American magazine of 1930

WHALEN, Thomas * , Private, (Superior, Wyoming - Honor Roll -Died of Wounds)

WHALER, ESQUIMAUX - PHILLIPS, Captain - 1891. Location: Artic. Named in story entitled "THE PEARY RELIEF EXPEDITION" by Angelo Heilprin with drawing by Frank W. Stokes citing the facts and details of the expedition inc. crew members and their duties as published in this unusual, complete western magazine

WHALEY, Alice Cutter * - Mrs. William Thomas Whaley  - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALEY, Bertha *-  William and Alice Whaley's daughter  - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALEY, Cliff - William and Alice Whaley's Son   - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALEY, Glen *, Corporal, (Mantua, Ohio - Honor Roll -Died of Wounds)

WHALEY, James - William and Alice Whaley's Son   - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALEY, Jay - William and Alice Whaley's Daughter  - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALEY, Lucy *- William and Alice Whaley's Son   - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALEY, Mary - William and Alice Whaley's youngst daughter   - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALEY, Sophia- William and Alice Whaley's Daughter   - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALEY, Thomas H. - William and Alice Whaley's Youngest Son   - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALEY, Vice President of New Haven Railroad  - 1913 - Featured Story entitled "Wreck on the New Haven Railroad" killing 21 people as written up in American News magazine

WHALEY,  William Thomas *  - 1886 - 1903 era - Site: Texas to Colorado to Wyoming - Named in True Pioneer story entitled A DREAM OF LUSH VALLEYS of William Thomas Wiley who took his family in a wagon train to Oregon but settled for the Big Horn country of Montana, accompanied by the Allen family as found in this rare, complete western magazine.

WHALING EXPEDITION * - 1924 - Pictorial collage of Norwegian Expedition to the Antarctic aboard the largest whaling ship in the world, the Sir James Clark Ross to capture whales at Discovery Inlet of the Great Ice Barrier as saved from this American pictorial magazine.

WHALING, Henry mentioned in "Big Foot Wallace of Texas", by E. L. Zoltan

WHANNEL,  - (Justice of the Peace, British Columbia) - 1850 - 80 era. Location: CA PA Canada. Named in story entitled CALIFORNIA'S PRINCE OF RASCALS by William B. Secrest who writes of the sordid hisoty of old time San Francisco, California politics - naming many characters involved as published in this old and complete western magazine.

WHARTON mentioned in "Flora Quick, Alias Tom King" By: Leola Lehman 

WHARTON, David * - 1964 era - Location Yukon River. Leader of an expedition in story entitled STAMPEDE TOWNS OF THE UPPER YUKON and party inc. photographer Philip Hyde from the Canadian border to Tanana, deep in the hears of Alaska--visiting and reporting on a few surviving relics of the great days of Klondike gold, the boom and bust stampede towns to time has passed by.

WHARTON, Edith - 1935 - Novelist -  as mentioned in the "Personalities" Section of this American

WHARTON, Edith * - 1936 - American Novelist pictured in article entitled "Mediating Abroad" in her home in Paris where she has just completed publication of her book, "The World Over" as saved from Books and Their Makers, an American Pictorial Magazine.

WHARTON, General John A.  * - 1850-90 CIRCA. Biographical history entitled "The Lubbock Brothers Changed Texas" of two young adventures from South Carolina who followed different stars to destiny in the Republic of Texas as published in this complete western magazine

WHARTON, George..- 1927 ( % Churchill Hardware Company, Roseburg, Oregon) whose "The Three Bears" won  prize in the Cash Awards to Amateur Photographers    as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WHARTON, Texas. Mentioned in, "Texas Cowman 'Shanghai' Pierce" By: Oran Warder Nolen

WHAT A WIFE LEARNED * - 1922 - Named and pictured is star Thomas H. Ince in collage are stars of screen entertainment entitled THE GREAT FALL SELECTIONS as saved. 11 by 16 inches. Mint Condition

WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS * - 1920 - Pictured is Lois Wilson as the leading woman in "What Every Woman Knows" as found in this old American Pictorial - 11 by 16 inches in mint condition as saved from this old American pictorial magazine

WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS * - 1926 - Helen Hayes, Star of "What Every Woman Knows" playing at the Bijou Theatre as featured in this article entitled FEATURED IN PLAYS NOW HOLDING THE BOARDS ON BROADWAY as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine

WHAT HO, THE COOK  * - 1921 - Star Winter Blossom pictured and written about as a featured in this article entitled PLAYERS AND SCENES OF STAGE AND SCREEN as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WHATLEY, Todd - 1900 - 60 era. Location US. Named in " The Pale Horsed Ever  Rider" by Milt Hinkle. Even wonder about how the old rodeo hands entered the pearly gates? Here, the author tells of stories of how  some of them hit The End of the Trail as fund in this old western magazine

WHEAT, Zach * - 1922 - Pictured as sterling outfielder of Brooklyn in article entitled "Outstanding Figures of the National Game" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

WHEAT, Zach * - 1923 - Pictured receiving a seven passenger motor car after being voted the most popular member of all three New York teams in a collage of photographs of baseball stars as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine

WHEAT, Zach - 1926 - Named as member of the Brooklyn baseball team in featured story entitled "ROGERS HORNSBY'S MOTTO: PICK OUT THE GOOD ONES".- winner of the National League Batting Championship as saved from this old American Newsweek magazine. Four pages.

WHEATLEY, Jane * - 1921 - Pictured are stars Florence Eldridge, Frank Reicher and Jane Wheatley  playing in "Ambush" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

WHEATLEY, Philis - 1897 - Rare history of important early American Negro Poets and this subject's " The Providence of God" as saved from this  American magazine.

WHEATON, Edna *, of Ithaca, New York. All American Beauty chosen personally by Florenz Ziegfeld for his follies.

WHEATON, Frank *- 1870 era - Location: Lava Bed, Northern California - Named  as Lieutenant Colonel of the U. S. Army who led the fight against the  Modocs in true historical story of the Modoc Indian war entitled SLAUGHTER ON THE LAVA BEDS by E. L. Zohan which was, man for man, the costliest one in American history. The sides came together under a flag of truce which both sides knew was a farce which quickly proved true as Captain Jack, leader of the Modocs, took the life of General E. R. S. Canby and all hell broke loose thereafter as related in this complete and seldom found western magazine.

WHEATON, Frank, Lieutenant Col., 1872 era. Written up in "THE WAR THE ARMY WOULD LIKE TO FORGET" by Samuel Stanley. Story of the Modoc War and the native Indians fight for their homeland and to live in piece.

WHEATON, General of Volunteers demoted to Lieutenant Colonel after Civil War - "The Men in Command of Our Fighting Force". Saturday Evening Post 1901.

WHEATON, General Frank. - 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

WHEATON, Homer J. *, Corporal, Infantry (Syracuse, New York - Honor Roll - Killed in Action, Feb. 27, 1918)

WHEATON, Lloyd, Captain, U. S. ARMY, 1870 - 1890 era, Written up in, "Those Brawling Boys in Blue" By: William B. Secrest. Seldom found stories of army life and problems and quarrels  in service on the western front

WHEELAND, Townsend of Outdoor Life  - 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.

WHEELER HILL, CALIFORNIA * - 1900 era - Site: California. Site of story entitled AVIATION COWBOY, the story of John Joseph Montgomery who, twenty years before the Wright Brothers took off, he glided from a hill in San Diego and launched air history. This great story found in a seldom found western magazine which is in mint condition.

WHEELER PARK,   mentioned or described  in "Tom Mix Frontier Bartender" by Sam Henderson as written up in an old western magazine covering the life of Tom Mix.

WHEELER PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE- 1922 - 27 era. Site: Tibet, India. Named in story of Captain J. B. L. Noel, - Cinematic Photographer and Producer of film entitled "FILMING THE EPIC OF EVEREST, the personal story recited of the filming of one of the most important documentary mountain expeditions of all time as saved from this 80 year old American News Magazine. 5 pages. Mint condition.

WHEELER RANCH, SOLOMON RIVER, KANSAS - 1867. - Named in story entitled "He Broke the Chisholm Trail" by Glenn Shirley which reports the life and times of Colonel Oliver W. Wheeler, one of the west's early pioneers who who didnít get a trail named after him but achieved notable success in the early 1850-70ís selling horses and cattle, His most notable success was following the Civil War when he bought Texas Longhorns and established a cattle route to Abilene, Kansas as found in this western magazine.WHEELER, B. K. *  - Senator from Montana - 1922 - pictured and mentioned in "Leading Figures and Events at the National Capital".

WHEELERS - ( Vegetarian Society members in Kansas) - 1840 - 60. Location: KS, MI, NH, NY. Named in story entitled STARVATION IN PARADISE by James Mayfield who tells of families that migrated to Kansas - took up as followers of the vegetarian society only to see their colony collapse as published in this old and complete western magazine.

WHEELER, Ben.  - 1880 era - Named in Biographical story entitled "From Outlaw to Marshal to Corpse"  story of  Hendry "Bullet Proof" Brown, Kansas Lawmen who the author says, " Couldn't resist the exciting life and the gains of crime as published in this rare magazine

WHEELER, Burton K. * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in feature entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this old American News Magazine. He is a Democrat from Montana and one of the mainstays of the Senatorial Silver Bloc.

WHEELER, C. B., Brigadier General - U. S. ARMY * - 1918 - Pictured and written up as the Army Acting Chief of Ordinance in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing his duties to provide, preserve, distribute and account for all munitions of war  as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

WHEELER, C. D. *, Corporal - Creedmoor, North Carolina  - WWI Honor Roll - Killed in Action.

WHEELER, Claudia C. * - 1924 - Featured in pictorial collage entitled ACTRESSES OF STAGE AND SCREEN as the mother of the nun inf "The Miracle" at the Century Theatre. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.

WHEELER, Claudia C. *  - 1924 - Pictured in pictorial article entitled PLAYERS OF SILENT DRAMA AND SPOKEN DRAMAS in the new photoplay, "Fools In The Dark". .11 x 16 inches. Mint.

WHEELER, Dick - 1880 era. Site Location : Jacksboro, Texas & Fort Griffin. Named  in "The Legend of Lottie Deno" by Philip Rainman. History of a mysterious lady of the evening who set men's heart afire until one came along she couldn't resist and there the legend began as published in this old rare and seldom found western magazine..

WHEELER, Elmer * (of Pawhuska, Oklahoma) - 1910 - 20 era - OK, .Named in story about John R. Banister - Chief Field Inspector of the the Cattle Raiser's Association by Billy B. Waldeck who said Banister could make a little old pasture or holding pen seem like Scotland Yard as found in this old and complete western magazine.

WHEELER, Grant  - 1846 - 1931 era. Named in story of a cool-headed fearless Deputy Sheriff of Tombstone entitled TOMBSTONE DEPUTY SHERIFF BILL BREAKENRIDGE BY Burfee Carlson. Lawman faced the likes of Ringo Star, Johnny Ringo, "Black Jack" Ketchum and "Curly Bill" Brocius as law of the west as found in this very seldom read western publication.an who flew in airplane from Lincoln to Des Moines, carrying electoral vote in article entitled WOMEN PROMINENT IN SPHERES OF LAW, ART, and Politics as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WHEELER, H. H., Mrs., * - 1921 - Named in pictorial collage as wom

WHEELER, Joseph *, Major General, (Commander, Cavalry, General Shafter's Army, (1898 RARE CASUALTIES OF SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, Munsey's Magazine, 1898)

WHEELER, Joseph, Major General - 1900 era. Site; Nebraska, Cuba, United States. Named in story entitled IRON MAN LLEWELLYN - a remarkable history of one of the great pioneers of the west. Honored as a fighting man by Theodore Roosevelt and stalwart defender of the rights of all as found in this unusual western magazine.

WHEELER, Joseph,  General - 1900 era: Location:  CUBA & WESTERN STATES. Named in story of Indian born native, William Pollock who was an artist whose works hangs in the Smithsonian but his real fame was on the battlefield. Called "Pawnee Pollock" by Teddy Roosevelt, he displayed bravery during the Spanish American War as a member of the Oklahoma Riders' Troop D as found in this complete western magazine.

WHEELER, Leon H. *, Lieutenant, (Ellenburg, Washington -Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)

WHEELER, Oliver W., Colonel * - 1830 - 70 era. Location CA, CN, KA, TX - Subject of story entitled "He Broke the Chisholm Trail" by Glenn Shirley which reports the life and times of one of the west's early pioneers who who didnít get a trail named after him but achieved notable success in the early 1850-70ís selling horses and cattle, His most notable success was following the Civil War when he bought Texas Longhorns and established a cattle route to Abilene, Kansas as found in this western magazine.

WHEELER, Richard J.,, Corporal, 3rd Platoon, Company E, U. S. Marine Corps - 1945 - Site: Iwo Jima. Author of story entitled "The FLAG-RAISING ON IWO JIMA" 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.  

WHEELER, Tolman D. * , Lieutenant, (New York, New York -  Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)

WHEELER, W. K.,  * - 1896 era - Location: Ireland, Mexico, TX, - Secretary to Dan Stuart 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.

WHEELER'S PATENT MOWER, Cayuga County. Named in ROCHESTER TRIAL OF MOWING MACHINES* 1855 - Featured Article covering races of Mowing Machines in Rochester, N. Y.

WHEELOCK, Nell, Mrs. *, Head of log-towing business in Seattle, Washington, 1935 pictured in "Business Is One New World for Women".

WHEETON, Frank * , Colonel, (WOUNDED KNEE - MEDAL OF HONOR WINNER WEINERT, Pioneer Story in Western Magazine)

WHELAND, Monsignor.  - 1926 - Named in story entitled "IT'S ONLY ONE OF THOSE LITTLE THINGS THAT HAPPEN AT SEA" , the story of the 1926 rescue at sea of the British Freighter Antinoe by Captain George Fried -- a true saga of the heroism and gallantry of the U. S. Navy  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WHELCHEL, William E. author, "Lost Bonanza of the Santa Rosas"

WHELPLEY, J. D. * - 1900 - Author of article entitled THE POPULIST CONVENTIONS which had split conventions greeting  the followers of the Populist which held conventions at Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Cincinnati, Ohio who nominated Wharton Barker and W. J. Bryan as reported and saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WHEN A MAN RIDES ALONE - (1933 - Freuler Film and Monarch Productions) Location: Hollywood, California. Old Movie pictured and 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

WHEN LEE AND GRANT WERE ALLIES * - 1840 Era - Location MX, LA, TX. Story by Norman Winski where author tells that Lee once came to Grant's rescue and of their service in the American-Mexican War's most important battle - Chapultepec as found in this old and complete western magazine.

WHEN MULES WEAR DIAMONDS - 1900 era - Location: MA, MT. Named in story entitled "A FRIENDSHIP TO LIFT THE HEART" by Forrest Crossen relating tales of the lifetime association of Joe Thoroughman and Charlie Russell, the noted American Western Artist as found in this issue of an old Western magazine.

WHEN SIOUX AND BLACKFEET MEET * - Early Pioneer America - Location: American West. Painting by Charles M. Russell named in story entitled "THE SPANISH BARB" by Leo Gaudreau with photos courtesy of author who tells the history of the "American Mustang Horse" - its birth and breeding from beginning as found in this old complete western magazine.

WHEN THE LAW RIDES - (1928) Location: Hollywood, California. Old Movie pictured and 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

WHEN THE MOON COMES OVER THE MOUNTAIN  - 1933 -  Named is legendary singer Kate Smith as pictured and written up in article entitled "CROONING TO SAVE AN ORCHESTRA" which highlights the effort of Kate and others to raise money for the Philadelphia Orchestra as saved from this old American News Magazine.

WHEN THE RIO GRANDE RAN RED - BATTLE OF THE NO KISSIN' KIN * - 1860 circa. Site: NM, TX. Story entitled THE BATTLE OF THE NO KISSIN' KIN - (WHEN THE RIO GRANDE RAN RED) by Leonard H. Boucher who writes of a battle when the South won a shallow victory under the leadership of Confederate Army General H. H. Sibley against General E R.S. Canby of the Union Army which is reported here in detail as found in this old and complete western magazine.

WHEN WE WERE YOUNG * - 1920 - Pictured as star is Alma Tell of WHEN WE WERE YOUNG, showing her clever acting ability in pictorial collage of Featured Stage and Screen stars. 11 by 16 inches.

WHEN WOMEN HELD THE WHIP HAND * - 1880-1900's era. Location: US. History of famous woman outlaw BELLE STARR entitled  "When Women Held the Whip Hand" by Glen Shirley with pictures, posters, headline of newspapers, sidesaddle information on Belle Starr as published in this very rare and seldom found complete western magazine.

WHERE GREAT HERDS COME TO DRINK  - 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

WHERE THE LIGHTS OF BROADWAY THEATRES GLEAM * - 1928 - A collage of stars pictured in article entitled WHERE THE LIGHTS OF BROADWAY THEATRE GLEAM  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WHERE THE LIGHTS OF BROADWAY THEATRES SHINE * 1928 - A collage of stars pictured in article entitled WHERE THE LIGHTS OF BROADWAY THEATRE GLEAM  as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WHESSE, Mr.  - 1890 - 1900 era. Location: NV. Named in story entitled "INVISIBLE DEATH AT DELEMAR" by Donald G. Lee who tells of the death of 600 young Mormons and thousands of unidentified Chinese, Greek and Italian immigrants who were victims of Silicosis and the area gained the dubious title of Widow Maker as reported in this old and complete western magazine.

WHETLOCK'S SORREL Horse Mentioned in "Some Very Early Bucking Horses Milt Knew" By: Milt Hinkle 

WHIDDEN, John D., Captain - 1900 - Location: Aboard Ship in Atlantic and Pacific. Named in story entitled "GOD BLESS OUR HAPPY SHIP" by Robert A. Weinstein who tells of a round the horn cruise taken by Captain Robert Tapley and daughter at a time when women did not normally sail as found in this old western magazine.

WHILMEM - 1850 - 80 Era. German Restaurant Owner named in the life history of Edgar W. Nye entitled THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A WESTERN JUSTICE OF THE PEACE who served as Justice of the Peace, Coroner, and Lawyer on the western frontier. Illustrations by E. W. Kemble. Hilarious stories of the events in the life of a lawman on the western frontier   as saved from this old and seldom found magazine

WHINNIE, Joseph * , Private (Pitco, Pennsylvania Ė Honor Roll Ė Died of Wounds)

WHIPLASH CURVE - 1880 - Location - CO, NM Named in story of  the CUMBRES AND TOLTEC Railroad  which was built in 1880 and had plenty of business Ė 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.

WHIPPLE Colonel mentioned in "Idaho Volunteers and the Nez Perce. 1877 era. True historical story of Colonel Edward V. McConville, Commander of Company I, First Regiment, Idaho Volunteer Militia as found in the rare, complete old western magazine..

WHIPPLE, A. W., Lieutenant - 1850 Era - Site Western Territory of the United States - Named in story of Jesse Chisholm,  Guide of the  first Wagon train bound for California across Indian Territory in Historical article entitled  "Jesse Chisholm- Saga of a Peacemaker", by Wayne T. Walker  which features saga and real life tales inc., drawing of wagon train, etc. as published in this very unusual and rare western magazine

WHIPPLE, A. W., Lieutenant* - 1820 - 1890 era. Location - Western United States - Indian Agent named in story entitled Captain Black Beaver (Se-ket-Tu-May-Qua - sometimes spelled Si-ki-to-ker) -  by Glen Shirley calling him The Great Delaware, a much sought guide and interpreter. Honored by his tribe in that he was given custody of the famous treaty signed by William Pen and the Chief of the Delaware Tribe at Shackamaxson. as found in rare western magazine. Must read.

WHIPPLE, A. W., lst Lieutenant, Topographical Engineers- 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.

WHIPPLE, Colonel . - 1880 era. Location, California. Named in story entitled  'BRET HARTE BARD OF THE 49ERS" which states that every lover of the legendary wild west owes Bred Harte eternal gratitude because this "eastern dude" dug for gold, starved a little, laughed a little and rode shotgun guard on stagecoaches before he started writing about if for all the world to share as published in this complete and rare western magazine

WHIPPLE, Edgar Undertaker mentioned in Story entitled "Old Wolf's Gold" by Maurince Kildare as published in this old Western Magazine. A true story of lost gold coins and the problems in finding them. Only a very few have been found but there is plenty evidence that they are out there somewhere.

WHIPPLE, George H., Doctor * - 1931 - Dean of the University of Rochester Medical School winner of a $10,000 Scientific Award along with Dr. George R. Minot of Harvard for "The Current Achievement in Science of the Greatest Benefit to the Public"  as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

WHIPPLE, James B. *, Corporal, (South Wilton, Conn. - Honor Roll -  Killed in Action),

WHIRLAWAY *, (Champion Thoroughbred), (1942 WHIRLAWAY WALKOVER AT PIMLICO, National News Magazine)

WHIRLWIND, Chief  *  1900 era - Oklahoma Territory. Indian Chief pictured and named in  "Cotton Pickin' Marshal" , the story of U. S. Marshal Chris Madsen who posed as a grimy field hand picking cotton and brought in a famous murderer as found in the complete, seldom read, western magazine.

WHISKERRINO CLUB  - WILSON, Zach * - 1924 - Pictured entitled "Beards Are Being Worn Long This Year" w text stating that he has a codicil in will dedicating whiskers to the Whiskerino Club as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Page is 11 by 16 inches.

WHISKEY BROWN - 1900 era - Location: MA, MT. Named in story entitled "A FRIENDSHIP TO LIFT THE HEART" by Forrest Crossen relating tales of the lifetime association of Joe Thoroughman and Charlie Russell, the noted American Western Artist as found in this issue of an old Western magazine.

WHISKEY 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

WHISTLER (Indian) mentioned in "Man of Destiny", by: Jay F. Kay

WHISTLER, J. N. G., General of the U. S. Army,- 1860 - 76. Location DAKOTA TERRITORY, MT, WY.   Named in story entitled Bloody Knife Ė Custerís Favorite Scout by Ernest Lisle Reedstrom who reports of the loyalty of one half-breed Indian Scout who gained Custerís respect and ultimately his death in fighting against Custerís foes. It is an exciting story of his fights along the pioneer western front with actual pictures showing his friendship and respect from Custer as found in this seldom opened western magazine.

WHISTLER, James McNeil  - 1880 - 1900 - Site WESTERN STATES. Named in biography entitled  THE FLOWER CHILD IN THE WEST where this gay actor lectured  in fancy black velvet knee breeches and black silk hose to the rowdies of the western frontier as told in this western magazine

WHISTLER, James McNeil - 1926 - Named in story entitled JOSEPH PENNELL written upon the death of this famous artist and illustrator as featured in the Letters and Art Section of this old American News Magazine.

WHISTLER, James McNeill * -  subject in A PORTFOLIO OF THREE EXPATRIATES * by Richard Gilman. Paintings with text of John Singer Sargent, James McNeill Whistler and Henry James as published in this old American Hardback Magazine.

WHISTLER, James McNeill  Artist - 1923 - mentioned in article entitled "The New Freer Gallery As A Test of Taste" as published in old American News magazine.

WHISTLER, James McNeill- 1927 - Named in story entitled 'THE KING OF THE IMPRESS0NISTS GONE" which tells of the life, times, work and death of Claude Monet as it was published and saved from this old American News Magazine

WHISTLER, James McNeill,  - 1840 - 1926 - Site: Western United States.  Named in  THE DUDE FROM LIMERICK,  a true story written about the Earl of Dunraven, a wealthy Lord from England who just had to experience the thrills of our pioneer west. He wanted to meet Buffalo Bill, Texas Jack, Kit Carson and lots of Indian Squaws. And he did and this recites those events as published in a rare Western Magazine

WHISTLER - 1926 - Named in story entitled "THE PAINTER OF CHILDREN" who the author says Mary Cassatt (1844 - 1926) has the eyes of a painter and in a measure - the mind of a sister of Charity. "She is devoted to her art as if it was a religion. Portraits and prints featured as saved from this old American magazine

WHISTLER, Major George W., 1870 era - United States Army Engineer  for the  NICOLAI  RAILROAD BRIDGE * - St. Petersburg, Russia. 1871 - Story and engraving on erection of new method of construction.

WHISTLING RUFUS  - BLACK AMERICAN FOLK SONG * - 1890 - 1920 - Black Americana. Named in Biographical history of little known black American musician "Blind Boone" as published in this old and seldom read complete western magazine.

WHITAKER, A. S., ,. - 1860 -1890 era - Location Denver, Colorado. Denver, Secretary of the Atlantic-Pacific Tunnel Company 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.

WHITCOMB, E. W. (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

WHITCOMB, James O.  - 1860 - 80 era - New Yorker named in  biographical history entitled "Doctor Richard J. Gatling and His Gun" - the fascinating story of one of the world's greatest inventors - a man whose invention of the machine gun changed history. Story in American Hardback magazine

WHITCOMBE, Ernest - 1927 - Location: ENG., SCOTLAND, U.S. Original news story entitled "BOBBY JONES CONQUERS THE GOLF WORLD" which retells the story of his "Calamity Jane" putter and the history of his conquest of St. Andrews where Golf found it's savior as saved from this old American News Magazine.

 

 

 

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