|Genealogy Images of History||
* indicates pictured
WIND Indian mentioned in "The Indians' Winter Count" article from old western magazine
WIND RIVER CANYON, WYOMING - 1850 - 70 - SITE: WY - IO - CA - Named in rare boxing story entitled GOLIATHS FROM GLENROCK by John Bonar which recites the history of what the author calls the other Great White Hope, NOAH "Sport" YOUNG, Jr., found in this old complete western magazine.
WIND RIVER JAKE - 1880 era - Western Frontier - Named in story entitled LIVER-EATING JOHNSON'S LAST TRAIL by Raymond W. Thorp. Story of one of the west's most heroic mountain men called the boldest Anglo-Saxon who ever lifted a redskin's scalp. Known to the Indians as Dah-plh-ek Absaroka as published in this old and complete western magazine.
WINDER, C. S., Captain* - 1860 era - Oregon, Washington on the Western Frontier. Named in the story entitled COLONEL WRIGHT'S BLOODY REVENGE which tells of the battle known as the Massacre of Steptoe Bluffs where the U. S. Army suffered the worst defeat of the Indian War and the resultant revenge the Army extracted as published in this hard to find and complete western magazine.
WINDER, John - Pioneer if Springdale. Location: UT. Named in story entitled "LIKE A HAWK FLYING!" by Earl Spendlove - the story of a prophecy of Brigham Young that was unfulfilled until an inventive Irishman named David Alma Flannigan came along as published in this old and complete western magazine.
WINDERS, Bob - 1880 era – Location AZ, NM, TX – Named in story entitled Undercover Agent for Wells Fargo by Fred Dodge, edited by Carolyn Lake which tell of the life and times of Special Undercover Agent Fred J. Dodge who helped push the badmen out of the Southwest and establish law and order on the western frontier as found in the rare western magazine.
WINDHAM, "Trav", (boss of the Lazy Y), "The First Rodeo" by Jimmy Walker. History of the first Rodeo from June 10, 1847 in Santa Fe, New Mexico to the many Rodeos and Wild West Shows held throughout the western United States as found in this old western magazine.
WINDHAM-QUINN, Thomas, - 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
WINDMILL, SELF-ADJUSTING * Engraving of FIELD, Albert G. * (Quincy, Ill) - 1857 - Patent issued on his "Self-Adjusting Windmill" with engraving and explanation of workings.
WINDOLPH, (WRANGLE) Charles mentioned in 1876 era - Story entitled "Was It Only Custer's Folly?" by Carl W. Breihan published in old Western Magazine. Seldom found Custer story i.e. "the great Indian Campaign campaign of 1876, remains the most romantic, epochal, tragic, mystical and mysterious of all the rare conflicts known in the history of the world." Highly technical with controversial theories of battle.
WINDOLPH, Charles *, Private. 7th Cavalry Regiment under Custer 1876. Congressional Medal of Honor Winner written up in "Under A Most Calling Fire" by Howard Peterson. History of the Congressional Medal of Honor. Old and rarely found Western magazine.
WINDOW ROCK, ARIZONA INDIAN POLICE HEADQUARTERS - 1872 era. Location: Western United States. Named in story entitled ORIGIN OF THE INDIAN POLICE by George E. Virgines relates the beginning and history of the law enforcement overseeing the Indian Reservations with great pictures of members of the Indian Police Force as found in this old, complete western magazine
WINDOWS * - 1923 - Pictured is Phyllis Poval as star of the play, WINDOWS in article headlined ACTRESSES IN NEWEST PLAYS OF CURRENT THEATRICAL SEASON as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine..
WINDOWS * - 1923 - Revue of Galsworthy play of humor, philosophy and pathos picturing scenes and stars playing at the Garrick Theatre, New York City as saved from this American Pictorial Review Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
WINDSOR, Claire * - 1922 -American Actress - Pictorial collage entitled "Actresses Prominent in the Silent Drama".
WINDSOR, Claire * - 1926 - Shown with her doll collection as featured in GLAMOUR, GOSSIP AND GLIMPSES BEHIND THE SCREEN as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WINDSOR, Claire * - 1922 - Article entitled "Players of Eminence in Motion Pictures" citing her leading role in "Brothers Under The Skin " as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WINDY GAP 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
WINDY POINT * 1880 - Location - CO, NM Pictured in story of the San Juan extension of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad which was built in 1880 and had plenty of business – hauling ore, coal, oil, passengers, timber and livestock from the San Juan to the junction at Alamosa at a time when there was some doubt whether you could take a Moonlight Special to Tanglefoot Curve, Windy Point, the Whiplash through the Mad Tunnel. This is the history of how the narrow gauge survived as found in this old western magazine.
WINDYER, Walter - Skipper of the SCRAPPER II.- - 1919 - Named in article entitled CLEVELAND'S RACER WINS as its The Goblin of the Cleveland Yacht Club defeats the Scrapper II of Toronto in the International Class R race for the Richardson Trophy as saved from this old American Pictorial collage. Mint. 11 by 16 inches..
WINFIELD, KANSAS.. - 1865-90 - Cherokee Strip, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. Named in rare autobiography entitled COWBOYS AND CATTLELAND, by H. H. Halsell, the story of life of the old Cherokee Strip Riders who galloped up and down the Cimarron Strip with Halsell in the years thru 1889 as published in this rarely found and seldom opened old, complete western magazine
WINFREY, * - 1913 - 1918 era. Location: IA. IL, MO. Named as friend of Raymond W. Thorp from Mokane, Missouri in story entitled WYATT EARP, A TRIPLE ACQUAINTANCE by Raymond W. Thorp as told to Gary L. Roberts with picture of Thorp * and friends in 1913 along the Mississippi River and his history with Wyatt Earp as they met and became friends as published in this old and complete western magazine.
WING BROTHERS * --1924 - (St. Ignace, Michigan) - Shown in pictorial collage entitled "Skims Over the Drifts Like a Bird" on sled device.. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
WING TSUE - 1890 era - Fireman shown in Historical item entitled "Nozzle Boys In Union Suits" - a true story of fireman in the Black Hills, South Dakota area in pioneer days. Names and pictures area fireman, nozzle contests, in this rare and complete old magazine. Your grand-daddy might be here
WING, William E.. - (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
WINGATE, (First Name Unknown) * - era 1863 - 74 - Site: New Mexico. Named in story of lost treasure entitled THE LOST ADAM'S DIGGINGS by Louise Cheney which legend says is second only to the Lost Dutchman mine in unfound treasures of the old west as story found in this complete American western magazine
WINGATE, Brigadier * - 1943 - Leader of the epic edition into the heart of Burma's jungle in World War II as saved from this London News. Excellent condition. 11 by 14 inches.
WINGATE, D. R. – 1850 - 90 era. Named in true historical story of Kosciuszko D. Keith who help found Texas in the early pioneer days as published in this complete western magazine.
WINGATE, George W. , General, (Brooklyn), (American Guard Schoolboy Soldier Training, Munsey's Magazine, 1896)
WINGATE, George W., General * - 1921 - Bas Relief of Lieutenant Jeff Fiegl pictured as in article entitled "Bas-Relief of First New York Soldier Killed in France" as General Wingate accepting from Lieutenant McTague in behalf of Victory Hall as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WINGED VICTORY OF SAMOTHRACE *, Cover - CONSTANTINE*, King of Greece. Featured pictorial article, "The Greek in Arms. 1916.
WINGFIELD, William - 1864 era - Location CA. MA. Author of true story entitled THE PREACHER WHO SAVED CALIFORNIA'S SOUL by William Wingfield who writes that California was going the way of the Confederacy but a Boston preacher had left the Hollis Street Unitarian Church for a similar position in San Francisco and what he found there, disgusted him to the point of taking on the Confederate sympathizers and really, saving California for the Union as related in this extremely rare, complete seldom found western magazine.
WINIPEG MONARCHS * - 1935 - Pictured entitled THE WINNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR ICE HOCKEY CHAMIONSHIP IN ACTIO as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WINKLER, Edward * - 1920 - Named as one involved in scam of financial houses in article entitled "PRINCIPAL FIGURES IN AMAZING ARNSTEIN CASE INVOLVING THEFT OF MILLIONS" with pictorial of one of greatest swindles in Wall Street history picturing individuals involved and their sentence or fate as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WINKLER, General, (CUSTER DIED & FAME- MACKENZIE WON & OBSCURITY, Indian War Story found in old western magazine)
WINKLER, General, - Featured in Western pioneer Story Vol 1. No. 1. - Rarely Found - When Bad Hand Rode to Oblivion by Carl Alexander.
WINKLER, Gus , 1890 - 1920 ERA. Named in historical story entitled "Oregon's Legendary Sheriff". He had no desire to be a peace officer but he became a force for peace in a community that needed help. His feats are recorded in this rare magazine.
WINN, * - 1933 - (Lineman, West Point Squad of 1933) pictured with team and featured in story entitled "The Army Lines Up For The Start of the Fall Offensive; the West Point Eleven" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WINN, Big Anne mentioned in "The Sad Saga of Big Anne" article from old western magazine
WINN, Brigadier General, - 1850 era – Location; California Territory, Mexico. Story entitled “Squatter Riots In California” by Ethel Bangert tells of the history of pioneer settlers who made their way to California territory while under Mexican rule and received land grants which formed the basis for endless disputes creating overlapping land titles as found in this rare and seldom read western magazines.
WINNAI, Freddie * - 1931. Indianapolis racing driver identified in pictorial collage and text entitled "THE THRILL THAT GRAYS THE HAIR OF RACING DRIVERS" showing Car No. 22 snapped in mid-air going over the retaining wall as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WINNEBAGO INDIANS - 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.
WINNEBAGO INDIANS - 1894 - 1930 - Named in fantastic story entitled SHADOW WARRIORS: REAL INDIANS IN THE MOVIES w photos courtesy of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. Tells the story of the making of films entitled Ghost Dance, Indian War Council and The Vanishing American using real Indians who had fought in the wars..
WINNEMUCCA* , Lee, brother of Sarah Winnemucca pictured and named in "Named in "Named in "Sarah Winnemucca, Paiute Princess" . She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found wrestern magazine." . She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found western magazine." She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found western magazine.
WINNEMUCCA* , Natches brother of Sarah Winnemucca pictured and named in "Named in "Named in "Sarah Winnemucca, Paiute Princess" . She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found wrestern magazine." . She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found western magazine." . She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found western magazine.
WINNEMUCCA* Chief, father of Sarah Winnemucca pictured and named in "Named in "Named in "Sarah Winnemucca, Paiute Princess" She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found wrestern magazine." . She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found wrestern magazine." . She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found western magazine.
WINNEMUCCA* Sarah pictured and named in "Named in "Named in "Sarah Winnemucca, Paiute Princess" . She learned the white man's magic and how to use the white man's tongue to plead for her people as published in the old and seldom found wrestern magazine." .
WINNEMUCCA, Chief - 1850 - 191- era. Site: Fort Churchill, Nevada, Utah. Indian chief 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.
WINNEMUCCA-NATIONAL STATE LINE mentioned in "Lost Bonanza of the Santa Rosas" by William E. Whelchel
WINNETT, Robert V. * Private, (Speers, Penn. – W W 1 Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
WINNIE MAE * - 1931 - Plane pictured in pictorial collage entitled AROUND THE WORLD WITH POST AND GATTY IN PICTURES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine which includes map of flight with Wiley Post and Howard Gatty. 11 by 14 mint condition.
WINNIE, Mr. mentioned in "Comstock's $60 Bride" article from old western magazine
WINNING OR LOSING * - 1900 ERA - This is a great piece of rodeo history entitled WINNING OR LOSING by Milt Hinkle. Hinkle was a champion bull-dogger who took home many a ribbon. Of course, he also took home a gal named Mildred who even rivaled his take among the goodies and prizes of the rodeo. Indexed as found in old Western magazine.
WINNIPEG STAMPEDE OF 1913 - 1890 - 1930 ERA Western Star named in the Autobiography of World's Lady Champion Bucking Bronc Horse Rider with pictures and names of stars of the Rodeo she performed with as published in this rare and complete western magazine.
WINN'S TAVERN, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE - 1805 era. Location: KY, TN. Site named in story of Andrew Jackson, or Old Hickory who was pushed into a duel he had desperately tried to avoid with story of facts and weapons of duel of Andrew Jackson- later to become President of the United States as found in this old complete western magazine
WINONA HALL, HASKELL INSTITUTE, LAWRENCE, KANSASl - 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.
WINSHIP *, Colonel - 1925 - Rare actual and pictured text in pictorial collage of Court Martial trial of Colonel William "Billy" Mitchell entitled "Members of the Military Court: Army Men " .as saved from this old Pictorial Magazine.
WINSHIP, Blanton, Major General.. * - 1934 - Former Judge Advocate General is pictured in article entitled " ARMY'S GIFT TO PUERTO RICO", the new Governor of Puerto Rico covered in his resume as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WINSKI, Norman - 1542 - 1929 era - Location Los Angeles, California. Author of history of Los Angeles entitled The Frontier of Diablos by Norman Winski who writes that a budding Lost Angeles was by no means a City of Angels - rather - if was full of thieves but because of the integrity of the founders, it became a thriving city as told in this hard to find western magazine.
WINSKI, Norman - 1840 Era - Location MX, LA, TX. Author of story entitled "When Lee and Grant Were Allies" 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.
WINSLOW *, H. L., Corporal (New York City - W W 1 Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
WINSLOW, ARIZONA , * - Pioneer era - Named in story entitled "THE SECRET ARIZONA RANGERS" with listings of famous lawmen and their "outlaw" subjects. Many stories of captures, escapes, some funny and other tragic as published in this Special Issue of an old seldom found and rare western magazine.
WINSLOW, ARIZONA - 1900 era. Location: Western United. States. Named in story entitled “Wild Cows Ain’t Dairy Queens” by Maurice Kildare which explains the hazards of a former Rodeo event that probably injured more cowpokes than bull riding. Fun read as found in this complete, old western magazine.
WINSLOW, Billie - 1890 - 1920 - LOCATION: British Columbia - named in story entitled "Forgotten Goldrush" by Fred l. Lade who writes of the camps in British Columbia's magnificent, mountainous Lardeau country are now ghost towns but at the turn of the century thousands of men were mining riches told by one that was there as saved in this old complete western magazine.
WINSLOW, H. F. , * - 1880 era - (TEXAS RANGER LAWMAN) - Pictured and written about in story entitled "Ambush in the Chaparral", a story of the exploits of Texas Ranger Lawmen of Company C and the capture and killing of western outlaws as published in this old & complete western magazine.
WINSLOW, John R. - 1886 era - Author of story of Western bad man subject of "The Killing of Texas Jack", story of a stage robber, murdered whom Sheriff Billy" Mulvenon tracked but never caught and ended up being doing in by his own kind as published in this old complete, seldom found western magazine.
WINSLOW, John R. - Era 1874 - Area: Kansas. Author of fantastic true story entitled Charge of the Wagon Train, which tells of the winning of a Congressional Medal of Honor by Captain Frank D. Baldwin, 5th United States Infantry in the rescue of two white girl captives and the defeat of 450 warriors of Chief Gray Beard in which our Army troops were outnumbered 9 to 1 but Baldwin devised a plan to attack them with wagon trains and it worked as found in this very rare and complete western American magazine.
WINSLOWE, John R. Author - - 1900 era - Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona - Mentioned 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.
WINSLOWE, John R. - Author of story entitled 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
WINSON, William, a Tatoosh Island Lighthouse Keeper, (1860-1930 era – Location: WA). Mentioned in “Lonely, Long-ago Lighthouse Keepers,” by Genevieve H. Miller. Stories of the first Keepers and their families who “kept the light” in Lighthouses along the perilous coast of Washington Territory, as published in this complete old western magazine.
WINSOR, Harvey- 1890 - 1930 ERA Western Star named in the Autobiography of World's Lady Champion Bucking Bronc Horse Rider with pictures and names of stars of the Rodeo she performed with as published in this rare and complete western magazine.
WINSOR, Mullford - 1860 - 1900's. Site: Arizona. Named in story entitled "ARIZONA HELL HOLE" by Wick Evans who writes of a place you just want to read about. It was a prison described by the words brutal, barbarous, dreadful and inhumane - Insane Cell, Snake Pit and a Tower with a Gatling gun as found in this very rare, extremely hard to find complete western magazine.
WINSTEAD, Guy J. *, Guy J., Lieutenant, (Roxboro, North Carolina - WW I Honor Roll -Killed in Action)
WINSTON of INDIANA FOOTBALL GAME* - 1925 - Pictured and named in double page article entitled LONG RUNS and FRENZIED SCRIMMAGES FEATURE GRIDIRON BATTLES NORTH, SOUTH, EAST and WEST pictorial story headlined THE END OF A FIFTEEN-YARD as Schumacher of Northwestern circle end for gain before being stopped by Winston of Indiana in which Northwestern won 17 - 14 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
WINSTON, Paulette * - 1927 - Pictured as star of "OH KAY" playing at the Imperial Theatre in article entitled PROMINENT AND POPULAR PLAYERS IN THEATRELAND as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 10 1/4 by 16 inches.
WINTEFELDT *, General - Armistice Envoy - 1918 - Signers of Armistice w map.
WINTER CARNIVAL, CALGARY, * - 1922 - Pictured is the World's Highest and Most Unique Jump in article entitled "Skating and Ski-Jumping in the United States and Canada as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WINTER COUNT BOOK mentioned in "The Indians' Winter Count" article from old western magazine
WINTER GARDEN THEATRE OF NEW YORK, NEW YORK, * - 1921 -Named in Movie Flyer entitled "SHUBERT VAUDEVILLE" $1 Dollar for Three Shows showing location of theaters as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
WINTER HAVEN FESTIVAL GARDEIA QUEEN McKAY, Eleanor * - 1936 - Pictured and named as Queen of the Winter Haven Gardina Festival of Tampa, Floriad which portrays the American practice of naming the most beautiful ladies as Queen of Festivals throughout the colleges and land. Here are those pictured and named in 1936 as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WINTER QUEEN OF FLORIDA * - 1935 - Pictured on cover is Miss Jessie Smith who was chosen Miss Florida in a contest at the Miami Biltmore Club
WINTER SPORTS @ LAKE PLACID * - 1924 - Pictured in Sports Collage entitled WINNER SPORTS AT LAKE PLACID featuring various celebrities and sports figures at play as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WINTER SPORTS CARNIVAL, SARANAC LAKE * - 1924 - Film star Miss Helene Chadwick pictured in article entitled "Laying A Wall With Frost As Mortar" at the Winter Sports Carnival on Saranac Lake as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WINTER, Andrew * - 1934 - His painting "TOILERS OF THE SEA" declared winner of the Isidor Medl at the 110th annual Exhibition of the National Academy as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
WINTER, Ben, Captain, U. S. Army, 7th Cavalry Troop B or C - 1870 era Named in story of Indian War Chief, Chief of Dog Soldiers and Guardian of Secret Medicine Arrows story entitled "Little Wolf's Dog Soldiers". General Miles was so impressed with the Cheyenne War Soldiers, he asked them join the U. S. Army. Great stories and pictures relating the truth and realities of the Indian Wars on the pioneer western magazine.
WINTER, Gussie - 1890 - 1920 - Black Americana. Photographer Named in Biographical history of little known black American musician "Blind Boone" as published in this old and seldom read complete western magazine.
WINTER, S. E. *, Corporal, (Ames, Iowa - WW 1 Honor Roll -Killed in Action)
WINTER, Wallace * - 1899 - Original stage review by critic for the New York Tribune 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.
WINTER, Winona * - 1921 - Pictured as star in The Broadway Whirl in article entitled "Actors, Actresses and Scenes From Summer Plays" playing a prominent part in "WHITE AND UNMARRIED" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WINTER, William (Theater Critic) Mentioned in FISKE, Minnie Maddern * - 1897 - American Actress - Article and review entitled "Tess of the D'Urbevilles" - a comprehensive review of the stage adoption of Thomas Hardy's novel as saved from this old American Theater magazine.
WINTER, William - 1843 - Written about in- "Bringing Honey to the Land of Milk". History of Hunting Wild Bees in the Oregon Territory circa 1850's as published in an old western magazine.
WINTERBOTTOM, William * - 1936 - Vice President and General Manager of RCA pictured with machine which transfers facsimile transaction by short wave radio as pictured here and saved from this American Pictorial magazine.
WINTERROTH & COMPANY * - 1918 - Pathe Phonograph Dealer of 59 Flatbush Ave., New York ad pictures with the singing star MURATORE who sings exclusively for Pathe Records in an old ad entitled FOR YOUR MOST IMPORTANT GIFT with pictures of Pathe Model no. 10 and the Pathe Art Model as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine ad. Mint. 11 by 16 in.
WINTERROTH PIANO COMPANY.* - 1918 - Pathe Phonograph Dealer of 1823 Myrtle Ave., Brooklyn, New York ad pictures with the singing star MURATORE who sings exclusively for Pathe Records in an old ad entitled FOR YOUR MOST IMPORTANT GIFT with pictures of Pathe Model no. 10 and the Pathe Art Model as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine ad. Mint. 11 by 16 in.
WINTERS, Captain named in "Idaho Volunteers and the Nex 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.
WINTERS, Aaron * - 1860 -80 era - Biographical history entitled "The Flame Burned Green" by Dan Wecker, the story of the finding and history of Borax. Real Death Valley Story of Aaron Winters and wife, Rosie, published in this rare western magazine.
WINTERS, Charles * - 1932 - Wireless expert shown giving final lesson to Mrs. Charles A. Lindbergh before setting out for an aerial survey of an airplane to Europe via Greenland. Cover of old American Pictorial Magazine,
WINTERS, Charlie * - 1928 - Six Day Bicycle Winner pictured in article entitled AN UNPRECEDENTED GATHERING OF CHAMPIONS as Guests of Honors at a Dinner given at the Hotel Commodore, New York by the Madison Square Garden Sporting Club as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
WINTERS, Laska * - 1924 - Pictured on Pictorial collage entitled ACTRESSES OF STAGE AND SCREEN will make her screen debut as a South Sea Island siren in "The Marriage Cheat": which was filmed in Tahiti, 11 by 16 inches in mint condition.
WINTERS, Rosie * - 1860 -80 era - Biographical history entitled "The Flame Burned Green" by Dan Wecker, the story of the finding and history of Borax. Real Death Valley Story of Aaron Winters and wife, Rosie, published in this rare western magazine.
WINTERS, Sergeant mentioned in "Telegrapher Barnes Volunteers" article from old western magazine
WINTERS, Winona * - 1921 - Pictured in article entitled "Actors, Actresses and Scenes From Summer Plays" playing a prominent part in "The Broadway Whirl" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WINTERSET, * - 1935 - Pictured are Burgess Meredith and Margo playing in "Winterset" at the Martin Rock Theatre as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WINTHROP BEACH COTTAGES FLOODED * - 1919 - Pictured under water as American Pictorial magazine reports that "Phenomenal High Tide That, Aided by Full Moon and Fierce Winds, Surprised the Cities of the Atlantic Coast.
WINTHROP FURNACES * - FURNACE ADS* OF 1893. Back cover of large old American magazine. Assorted ads of various Ranges, Furnaces, etc.
WINTHROP SEA WALL SMASHED * - 1919 - Pictured under water as American Pictorial magazine reports that "Phenomenal High Tide That, Aided by Full Moon and Fierce Winds, Surprised the Cities of the Atlantic Coast.
WINTRINGER, Nathan Chief Engineer mentioned in 1865 era Mississippi River tragedy - 1,647 died - old western magazine.
WINTON, Jane * - 1924 - Pictured in ZIEGFELD FOLLIES playing at the New Amsterdam Theatre as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint.
WINWOOD, Estelle * - 1921 - Pictured are cast of TYRANNY OF LOVE inc., Cyril Keightley and Estelle Winwood playing leading roles in article entitled LEADING ACTRESSES AND CLIMATIC SCENES as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by `16 inches. Mint condition.
WINWOOD, Estelle * - 1922 - Plays principle part in "Madam Pierre" as pictured in "Actresses and Scenes in Recent Theatrical Openings".
WINWOOD, Estelle. * - 1923 - Actress pictured in play entitled "SPRING CLEANING" running at the Eltinge Theatre, New York City showing stars, actors and actresses in their role with review of text and pictures as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WIOTA, WISCONSIN, 1873 era. Written up in, "John Kleven-Nebraska Pioneer" by Martha E. Lambert - story of settlement of Nebraska town of Culbertson.
WIRE TELEGRAPH * - 1911 - Entitled "WIRE TELEGRAPH SET FOR CAVALRY" as reported in the Scientific American which details pictures and text of technical review of usage of Cavalry as saved from this old American Scientific magazine.
WIRELESS SERVICE * - 1920 - Article entitled INAUGURATION OF COMMERCIAL WIRELESS SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND CHICAGO as featured in page entitled INTERESTING EVENTS THAT ARE CLAIMING PUBLIC ATTENTION which recalls a message sent from Mayor Hylan to Mayor Thompson as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY * - 1914 - as reported in the Scientific American which details pictures and text of usage of this instrument. Extensive technical review inc. experiments of scientists as saved from this old American Scientific magazine.
WIRKUS, Faustin E., Sergeant * - 1931 - Pictured in collage entitled THE MARINE WHO RULED A VOODOO ISLAND KINGDOM and sometimes called Emperor Faustin I was Dictator of la Gonave in the Bay of Haiti as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WIRT, Loyal Lincoln, Doctor, - 1913 - Featured in CHAUTAUQUA* - 1913 - Featured Story entitled "The Uplift of Chautauqua Week" as published in this old American Magazine.
WIRTEMAN, Uno. - 1926 - Master-at-Arms 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.
WIRTH, Julius * - 1921 - Pictured as new Chancellor of Germany
WISCONSIN HILL 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.
WISCONSIN MILK WAR * - 1933 - Pictures Wisconsin Milk Producer as prisoner of National Guard in dispute over milk prices as pictured in this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WISCONSIN TERCENTENARY * - 1934 Celebration. Featured News Item - American News magazine
WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY VARSITY ROWING TEAM, - 1929 - Named in article entitled "HOW COLUMBIA WON SEVENTY-TWO SHIRTS" in a three page report covering the race on the Hudson River Regatta which Columbia won after most of the other boats were swamped as saved from this old American pictorial magazine..
WISE COUNTY, TEXAS *.. - 1865-90 - Cherokee Strip, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. First house built in rare autobiography entitled COWBOYS AND CATTLELAND, by H. H. Halsell, the story of life of the old Cherokee Strip Riders who galloped up and down the Cimarron Strip with Halsell in the years thru 1889 as published in this rarely found and seldom opened old, complete western magazine
WISE, Mr. - 1907 - Balloonist of the 1850 era as stated in article entitled SOME RECORDS IN BALLOONING as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
WISE, George, (Engineer), (1929 MISSISSIPPI WHOOPEE OF STEAMBOAT RACING - Featured Story - Major National News Magazine)
WISE, John H. - 1923 - Mississippi Senator named in article entitled " FOR AND AGAINST THE BLACK MAMMY'S MONUMENT" as published in the old American News Magazine which relates dispute over the Daughters of the Confederacy receiving permission for the erection of a monument to the Black Mammy's of the South as saved herein.
WISE, Tom * - 1927 - Pictured with text in article entitled "POPULAR PLAYERS IN LATEST BROADWAY PRODUCTIONS" for his role in "The Nightingale" now playing at Jolson's Theater in New York as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WISE, W. H., Clergyman as mentioned in - 1901 - Congressional Church Minister, George Davis Herron, Professor of Applied Christianity at Grinnell College as written up in National News Magazine.
WISER, Charley - 1897 Site: Tombstone, Arizona. City Marshal named in featured story entitled "Cooper King of Cananea" by Ben T. Traywick. Story of Colonel William C. Greene who killed the man he held responsible for the death of his daughter, Jim Burnett at Allen Street entrance to famed stables OK Coral as published in this rare magazine.
WISER, Moran * - 1921 - Cited as appearing at the Winter Garden Theatre in Movie Flyer entitled "SHUBERT VAUDEVILLE" $1 Dollar for Three Shows showing location of theaters as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WISER, Owen. - 1900' era. Site: TN CA KA NJ TX OK. Wife of Tom Mix named and written about in massive feature story entitled THE FILM COWBOY HEROES WHO WERE FOR REAL listing movie stars, acts, animals, stuntmen, singers -- a real history of the early film pioneers who made the roles of cowboy heroes as saved from this very old, complete, seldom found or read western magazine
WISHART, Charles F., Doctor * - 1932 - Pictured with Mrs. Herbert Hoover who was receiving an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters and Humanities from Doctor Charles F. Wishart of Wooster College which her great grandfather held to lay out as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WISSEL, Ewald -German bicyclist mentioned in "Daffy Whirl" on Wheels - story of 6 day bicycle race as published in 1935 National News Magazine.
WISTER, Owen * - 1850 - 1927 era, Location: MO, OK, TX, VA, WY. Author of "The Virginian" named in story entitled "FRONTIER LAWMAN" by William Gardner Bell who writes of the life and times of U. S. Marshall Frank M. Canton who, in later years, was on the side of the law and earlier was known as Outlaw Joe Horner, the "Lone Highwayman of Texas" as found in this old and complete western magazine
WISTER, Owen * - 1890 -1920 era. Location Western United States. Writer named in story entitled THE BLACK PIONEERS by Max Prescott which says that there was almost no job, the Black Pioneer could not handle, inc. cattle drives, buffalo hunts, Indians and outlaws. Recites that they were America's unsung Black Knights, the Negro Cowboy as found in this seldom read complete western magazine listing these great names of the past frontier
WISTER, Owen - 1890 era - Western U. S. A. Writer 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
WISTER, Owen,1840 Era. Written up in "El Chivero of Arizona" By: Donald N. Bentz - the story of Merejildo Grizalva, captured by Apaches who swore undying hatred for Cochise and became a scout, interpreter and civilian guide.
WITCHES AND MAGIC ROOTS * - 1890 era - True story entitled "Witches and Magic Roots" of the trial of Randol Stick, a negro who had been a former slave of the Chickasaws and learned their ways to become their medicine man and later accused of murder. Tells of native remedies.
WITHEE, Mabel * - 1921- Pictured with text entitled ACTRESSES AND STRIKING SCENES IN CURRENT PRODUCTIONS as she appeared as "Sonny" of 1921 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WITHEE, Mabel * - 1923 - Pictured is Mabel Withee, Star of "DEW DROP INN" featured in article entitled ACTRESSES OF STAGE AND SCREEN in a collage of pictures as saved from an old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
WITHERALL, Gladys K., Mrs. * - 1923 - Featured in "Women Whose Activities Are of Public Interest". Shown with baby after she was kidnapped in Los Angeles, California.
WITHERS Sheriff, Eugene, Oregon - 1898 - 99 era. Location: Oregon. Named in "They're Hanging Claude Branton" by A. J. Fitzerald. When a a ghastly murder shocked the entire northwest, the killer became the first to be executed in Lane County, Oregon as published in the very rare, seldom read or found, complete western magazine.
WITHERSPOON BUILDING, PHILADELPHIA, PA. * -1847 era, Location: OR. Pictured and 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
WITHERSPOON, Cora * - 1931 - Co-Staring in title role of "PHILIP GOES FORTH" playing at the Biltmore Theatre in article entitled " IN THE NEW BROADWAY PLAYS" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
WITHERSPOON, Herbert * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in article headlined "AMERICA OPERA IMPRESARIO" who has been named as the new general manager of the New York Metropolitan Opera Company as he is featured in weekly "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINES" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WITHERSPOON, M. M. * - 1924 - U. S. Navy Chaplin hosting Actor who plays part of Christ in Oberammergau Passion Play shown inspecting guns on the U S. S. Colorado in a Collage of photos as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine. The page is 11 by 16 inches in excellent condition.
WITHERSPOON, REV. W. W. * - 1919 Navy Chaplin Story entitled "A Parson Went to Sea" by S. H. Cooke as published in old American Magazine.
WITHINBERRY Captain, - Mentioned in "Queen of the West" By: Al Eason, the history of the founding of Jefferson, Texas
WITHINGTON HOTEL, Hamilton, Nevada. 1870 era. Written up in the "The 75,000,000 Dollar Flash", by Doris Cerveri, the stories of mining in the scenic hills of White Pine County, Nevada.
WITHINGTON, Doctor Paul * - 1932 - Pictured clip of movie of a Cinema Record of THE BLONDE CAPTIVE, an Ethnographical Expedition entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
WITOS, Premier of Poland - - 1926 - Mentioned in article entitled "BOY SOLDIERS WHO BARRED PILSUDKI" as featured in this old American News Magazine.
WITT, "Whitey" * - 1923 - Pictured in opening day world series game w scenes and photos of plays, pictures, managers, umpires as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WITT, Abner O. *, Private (Lynchburg, Virginia – WW 1 Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
WITT, G. Reverend. - 1880's era - location - Tombstone, Arizona. Presided at burial rites as named in "Tombstone's Last Celestial" . Story of Quong Kee's whose Tombstone friends learned he had been buried at Evergreen cemetery, they immediately raised funds to bring Quong home and bury him in Boothill cemetery in Tombstone. As a Chinese immigrant, he had made friends and money in Arizona at his famous restaurant, Can - Can.. As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
WITT, P. C. - 1920 - 40 era. Location AR. Uncle of Judge of the Circuit Court of Hot Springs named in this true story entitled "Hell In Hot Springs" by Frederick L. Collins tells of the lurid past of Hot Springs, Arkansas and the sins and omissions along Bath House Row as found in this rare, seldom read story as saved from an old American News magazine
WITT, Rupert G., Reverend - 1900's - China, Tombstone, AZ. Named in story entitled THE LAST OF TOMBSTONE'S CHINESE - in a special featured "They Built The West". ..covering the life story of Quong Kee - a Chinese immigrant who made friends and reputation in the west as found in this old complete western magazine
WHITTEN, Luther - 1866 - 68, Location, IN, MO. Named as guard at jail in New Albany in story entitled "AMERICA'S FIRST TRAIN ROBBERIES" by Carl W. Breihan who reports that before anyone realized what happened, train robbers boarded the Jefferson, Madison and Indianapolis Flyer and started a trend that captivated pioneer America for many years as found in this old, complete, western magazine.
WITTENBURG, GERMANY. *, 1921 - Celebration of the 400th anniversary celebration of Martin Luther, his life and work as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WITTENWEILER, Frank G. *, Sergeant. Verona, New Jersey - WW I Honor Roll - Killed in Action.
WITTGENSTEIN, Paul * - 1935 - Pictured and written about in weekly feature entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this old American National News magazine. He is the one-armed Austrian pianist who will begin his U. S. A. tour in Boston.
WHITTAE (Daughter of Indian Chief Kirutsche) - 1848 - 52. Location: IO, MO, MT, Dakota Territory. Wife of Rudolph Kurz named in story entitled "RUDOLPH KURZ" - THE WEST'S FORGOTTEN ARTIST by Wilfred T. Neil who writes that the author Rudolph Kurz was born in Switzerland and traveled to the United States to paint the west. His pictures lay unnoticed in a small museum in Bern until the late David L. Bushell, Jr., discovered them. Old, complete western magazine
WITTER, Daniel W. - 1840 - 1918 era. Location: CO, VA. Named as brother in law of Scyler Colfax, Vice-President of the United States 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
WITTICK, George "Ben" * - 1883 Era - Site: Grand Canyon. Pictorial history and text entitled AN 1883 EXPEDITION TO THE GRAND CANYON by Tom Wittick of his father record breaking and breathtaking trip down the Grand Canyon as found in this rarely found and seldom read complete American western magazine.
WITTICK, Tom * - 1883 Era - Site: Grand Canyon. Author of Pictorial history and text of his father entitled AN 1883 EXPEDITION TO THE GRAND CANYON by Tom Wittick record breaking and breathtaking trip down the Grand Canyon as found in this rarely found and seldom read complete American western magazine.
WITTIG, E. A. - 1897 Site: Tombstone, Arizona. Juror named in featured story entitled "Cooper King of Cananea" by Ben T. Traywick. Story of Colonel William C. Greene who killed the man he held responsible for the death of his daughter, Jim Burnett at Allen Street entrance to famed stables OK Coral as published in this rare magazine.
WITTLIFF, Bill Sketch of The Hawken mentioned in "Guns of the Old West: The Hawken:, by Norman B. Wiltsey
WITTY, George (Deputy Sheriff) - 1890 ERA - CA. Named in story entitled THE SAN JOAQUIN TRAIN HOLDUPS with photos furnished by the California State Library. When a number of robberies of the Southern Pacific train occurred, there were mixed feelings. After all, the SP wasn't loved as told in this old complete western magazine.
WITTY, George (Deputy Sheriff) - 1890 era - Location: California. Named in 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
WIVES OF THE FISHERMEN * - 1924 - Pictorial panorama painting of E. Adan of fisherman's wives awaiting the homecoming of their husbands in the face of a story as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WIXT, Miss - 1890's - LOCATION: Eureka Springs, Missouri. Story entitled "AUS ARCS - YESTERDAY'S WORLD by Pearl Anoe with photos courtesy of author. Tells of history of Eureka Springs inc. story of Miss Wixt who came to Eureka Springs on a stretcher, blind and deaf and nobody - but nobody expected her to live but the magic waters healed her to have a merry old life at 80 as found in this complete western magazine.
Copyright © [Genealogy Images of History], All rights reserved.
Copyright © [Tom Russell]. All rights reserved