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W. N. S. LEAGUE * - 1918 - Member Miss Marian Rappold as pictured in this old American News Publication.

WO, QUONG YEE  - 1850 - 75 era. Site: CHINA, CA., MT, NV., SD, ND, TX. Named in history of Chinese immigrant workers on the western frontier and the prejudice they endured as entitled MANPOWER, CHINESE STYLE by Doris Cerveri and reported in this complete and seldom found western magazine

WOHL, Benjamin * Lieutenant (Chicago, Illinois Honor Roll Died Airplane Accident)

WOKOVA * - 1890 - Location South Dakota - Indian  named JACK WILSON written about  in historic story entitled THE TRIBE THAT DANCED ITSELF TO DEATH by B. Hale Pinot which tells of the strange and tragic steps to the Battle of Wounded Knee - the last of the Indian wars as found in this very rare and complete western magazine.

WOLAVER, William W. * Sergeant (Alberta, Canada Honor Roll Died of Wounds)

WOLCOTT,  Florence (author) Featured story entitled TRANSFORMING PORTSMOUTH NAVAL PRISON by Florence Wolcott as published in this old American magazine in 1918.

WOLCOTT, Frank, Major and Judge (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

WOLCOTT, Helen * - 1920 - Starlet who appeared as a leading actress in "Guest of Honor" as pictured in this Pictorial collage.

WOLCOTT, Josiah O. * 1920  Democratic Senator from Delaware. "Prominent Senatorial Debaters at Washington".

WOLD, Ernest G. * Lieutenant, (Minneapolis, Minn - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)

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

WOLF, Colonel Paul A., * - 1917 - Pictured and identified as Commandant of the Plattsburgh Training Camp in pictorial collage and article entitled "NATION-WIDE ACTIVITY IN TRAINING THE OFFICER FOR OUR NEW ARMY" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

WOLF, Franz  Major-General; Herman Wolf's Brother 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.

WOLF, Herman  Beaver Trapper 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.

WOLF, L. A.,   - 1940 era - Illustrator named in story entitled TOM MIX'S LAST SUNDOWN by Walt Coburn who was witness to events leading up to death of Tom Mix as he tells of friends and events of importance in star's life as found in this rare and complete western magazine.

WOLF, Reynold.,  - 1920 - Named as Art Critic of  The Morning Telegraph in theatre ad and  flyer touting  "APHRODITE", the greatest artistic and most sensational triumph every achieved in any theatre in the history of the World as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine

WOLF ROBE - 1876 era - Location: Montana. Named in story entitled WE KILLED CUSTER by Norman Wiltsey of RUNNING FOX, Indian brave's eyewitness report of The Battle of Little Big Horn who says "Our hearts sang when Custer let our women and children get away - now we could fight"  as found in this old, complete, western magazine.

WOLFSKILL - (i.e. "Buffalo Chips") - 1880 era - Western Frontier - Indian named in story entitled WHITE-EYE -- LAST OF THE OLD-TIME PLAINSMEN  of Jack Anderson,  the "White-Eye Kid * who was the eyes for Old Bill Hickok who was going blind. He was an Indian fighter, miner, and generally happy-go-lucky horseman. Includes best story I ever read about Calamity Jane I ever found. 5 Star old and complete western magazine

WOLFE, Mr.,  - 1926 - Named as Coroner in story of State Attorney General William H. McSwiggin who is the subject of story entitled MACHINE GUNS NOW -- WHAT NEXT as he was gunned down following the conviction he obtained of two Chicago gangsters as saved from this old American News Magazine.2 pages WOLFE, Frank D. * Captain (Milton, Penn.- Honor Roll - Killed in Action),

WOLFE, George D. writer mentioned in "Palo Duro, canyon of the dead" article from old western magazine

WOLFE, Joe  - 1890 era - Named in 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.

WOLFE, Ray * - 1924 - University of Penn. hurdler pictured in pictorial collage entitled GOING OVER THE TOP as he won the Eastern sectional Olympic try-outs as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WOLFE, William S., Jr, * Lieutenant (Lamar, Missouri Honor Roll Killed in Action)

WOLFE,  Byron B. *  b. 1904 - Lakewood, Kansas. Author and Artist named in "Cowboy Artist", an article which reproduces five of his paintings.

WOLFF, Adolph - 1925 - Named as The Hobo Poet and Artist in story entitled "Sweetened Reds and Rebels of Yesteryear as found in this old American News Magazine. Cites leaders of the Workers of the World and their fight for better health care, freedom from want and better living wages.

WOLFF, Edward J., Jr. * Lieutenant, (Poughkeepsie, New York -  Honor Roll -  Killed in Action)

WOLFF, Ernest E. * Private (Greentown, Penn. ,  Honor Roll Killed in Action)

WOLFORK, George  - 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.

WOLKENBUHR, Brutus * - 1919 - (Chairman of the United Workmen's and Soldier's Council)  Pictured in article entitled "The New Leaders of Germany After Revolution"

WOLL, Adrian - General, Mexican Army - mentioned in "Big Foot Wallace of Texas", by E. L. Zoltan

WOLL, Adrian, General - Mexican Army - 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.

WOLL, Mathew (Vice President of the American Federation of Labor)

WOLLCUTT (COAST GUARD CUTTER) * - 1890's. Location: AL, NY, WA. Named in story entitled "THE DISASTROUS DIETZ EXPEDITION" by William J. Betts who writes of the Alaska Gold Fever that captivated Authur A. Dietz of New York and a bunch of green volunteers who dared to tackle the Alaska artic searching for gold with terrible results as told in this old, complete, western magazine.

WOLLCOTT,  Alexander * - 1921 Art Critic of the New York Times pictured in articled headlined entitled "Who's Who In The Dramatic World. No. V: Critics"  as saved from this old American News Magazine. Page is in mint condition and is 11 by 16 inches in size.

WOLVERINE ENGINE - 1900 - 30 era - Location - OK, SD, TX - Named in story entitled "It's A Horseless Carriage"  by Sam Henderson covering the changing effect of the west by the charging auto. Covers the introduction of the car and pictures of famous autos of persons of importance in our American culture as found in a seldom read western magazine.

WOMACK, Bob - 1850 - 1900 era. Location: CO, IN. Named in story entitled "MIDAS OF BATTLE MOUNTAIN" by James A. Long who writes of Winfield Scott Stratton who worked in the pioneer days as a carpenter while hunting gold in worthless claims in Colorado until, after 17 years,  struck it rich as published in this old and complete western magazine

WOMAN'S ASSN. FOR MUTUAL BENEVOLANCE, 1880 circa. Written up in, "Tucson's Vigilante Necktie Party" By: Donald N. Bentz - a story of the vigilante "Committee of Public Safety" which brought frontier justice to Tucson.

WOMAN'S CHRISTAN TEMPERANCE UNION - 1830 - 1912. Location: IL, OR. Named in story of the life of ABIGAIL DUNIWAY entitled "BY NO MEANS EXCLUDING WOMAN" by Elizabeth F. Chittenden who writes of the life and time of this indefatigable worker and gallant fighter for the women's suffrage movement as found in this old and complete western magazine

WOMAN'S NATIONAL FOUNDATION, WASHINGTON, D. C.* - 1921 - Design and drawing as featured in article entitled "Happenings of Special Interest to Women" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.

WOMAN'S PARTY OF AMERICA * - 1926 - Story entitled The Suffragist Fight Over Industrial Equality seeking equal jobs as saved from this old American News Magazine.

WOMAN-SUFFRAGE LEADER - 1907 - Story entitled " Woman-Suffrage As A World Movement", story of Mrs. Ira Husted Harper  , who is pictured and written about in this single page report as saved from the Letter and Art Section of an American News  Magazine

WOMBLE, John P., Ensign - 1923 - Location: 213 Miles South of San Francisco, California. Ensign of the U. S. S. Somers, OOD named in article entitled "Death of Destroyer Squadron II" by Ben T. Traywick who  writes that after the helmsman got the word,   the U. S. S. Delphy, experienced small sound like sand moving against the hull -- then a sharp grating of tortured metal  followed by chilling reverberating bumps which ended in a hard crash and ended as the worst tragedy of the U. S. Navy history as found in this seldom found western magazine.

WOMEN AND CULTURE IN ALASKA OR RUSSIAN AMERICA * - 1780 era  Location: Russian Territory of Alaska.  Here is history entitled "Women of Culture in Alaska of Russian America" by Melody W. Grauman which details reports of the noblewomen and natives alike that made distinctives contribution to the survival of Alaska's first permanent white settlements as found in this rare magazine.

WOMEN HELPING THE NATION IN WWI * - 1918. Location, United States. Named in a pictorial collage of women who played an important part in World War I. Shows various uniforms of Signal Corps, Coast Guard, Army Nurse Corps, etc., as saved from this old magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

WOMEN OF THE MOTOR CORPS OF AMERICA *  -  LIBERTY DAY PARADE * - 1918 - Pictorial Collage of American Celebrating on October 12, 1918.

WOMEN'S ARMY MOTOR CORP UNIFORM  * - 1918 - Pictorial collage entitled WOMEN HELPING THE NATION IN WAR featuring ARMY CHAUFFER in France as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WOMEN'S BOXING CHAMPION, MISS LAURA BENNETT * - - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled SHE CLAIMS THE WOMEN'S BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP; LAURA BENNETT with her seconds  as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.

WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION - LOCATION: CA, HA, MO, NY. Named as protesting baseball game, Santa Fe, New Mexico in great story entitled BALL ONE OF THE FRONTIER by Milt Riske of baseball in the early days as featured story in an old western magazine

WOMEN'S DIVISION OF WAR DEPARTMENT * - 1918 - Pictorial collage entitled WOMEN HELPING THE NATION IN WAR featuring Miss Mary van Kleeck who is in charge of the Women's Division of the War Departments as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WOMEN'S FREIND - 1830 - 1900. Location: NY, OR, PA. Named in story entitled "HEALTH OR MONEY RESTORED" by Brooks McNamara - a fascinating history of quack medicines and their promoters in the pioneer days of the old west as found in this old and complete western magazine

WOMEN'S HEART Indian mentioned in "Night of the Red Moon" article from old western magazine

WOMEN'S LEAGUE OF NATIONAL SERVICE  * - 1918 - Pictorial collage entitled WOMEN HELPING THE NATION IN WAR featuring ARMY CHAUFFER in France as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WOMEN'S MOTOR SERVICE OF JERSEY CITY * - 1918 - Red Cross Group as pictured in this old American News Publication.

WOMEN'S NATIONAL A. A. U. MEET * - 1926 (Philadelphia) - Pictured in collage entitled "ATHLETIC GIRLHOOD SHINES IN TRACK AND FIELD EVENTS"  at the Women's National A. A. U. Meet at Philadelphia. (Small nick outside of picture but otherwise in mint condition). 11 by 14 inches.

WOMEN'S NATIONAL A.A.U. OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS* - 1931 - A collage entitled THE AQUATIC STARS FIGHT FOR THE NATIONAL TITLE at Bronx Beach Pool, New York as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

WOMEN'S NATIONAL SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIP * 1934 - Pictorial Results of features.

WOMEN'S NATIONAL TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP * - 1921 - Pictured in pictorial collage entitled NATIONAL WOMEN'S TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST which Mrs. Molla Bjurstedt Mallory won playing Miss Mary K. Browne of California at the Forest Hills, Long Island site on August 20 as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.

WOMEN'S NATIVE MISSIONARY SOCIETY  - 1880 - 1910. LOCATION - DAKOTAS. Named in story entitled "The High Cost of Competent Mourners" by Mary Collins Rexroth which is a compilation of letters written by her great aunt, Auntie May or Mary Clementine Collins, a medical doctor and a minister in the Congregational Church called Princess Winona by the Sioux Indians she ministered to as found in this old and very rare western magazine.

WOMEN'S UNIVERSAL ALLIANCE * - 1923 - Society girls team up in musical review held for the benefit of the Women's Universal Alliance in picture headlined "SOCIETY GIRLS IN AMATEUR THEATRICALS" as saved from this American Pictorial Review. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

WOMEN'S WAR UNIFORMS  * - 1918 - Pictured and written about  in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing the uniforms worn as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.

WONDER HUNTERS 1900 era. Location CA, NV. Basket design n

WONDER SON *, owned by HYDON, Miss E. G.. 1935 -(Bogata, New Jersey)  - Her Toy Dog, WONDER SON, an American-Bred Pomeranan,  pictured as best in class in article entitled "Champions"  at the Westminster Kennel Club Show in New York.

WONG, Ann May *- 1928 - Featured in pictorial collage entitled "THE CHINESE PARROT" IS ANOTHER MYSTERY PICTURE by Mitchell Rawson as saved from this old American News Magazine

WONG, Anna May * - 1936 - A Hollywood Luminary in the land of her ancestors is pictured before the "Moon Gates" in her Peking Home as featured in article entitled "PEOPLE OF THE SCREEN WORLD"    as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.

 

 

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