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WOOD IN ARMY FOOTBALL GAME * - 1921 - Pictured is entitled THRILLING YALE - ARMY GAME which Yale won 14 - 7 showing a headlong tackle made by Jordan tackling McLaren of the Army, Wood of West Point carrying the ball after Aldrich's kick and Romney of Chicago was easily the star of the game against Princeton as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD of the CHICAGO AND ALL -AMERICAN WORLD TOUR BASEBALL TEAMS * - Shown in pictorial collage entitled "FAMOUS TEAMS OF EARLY DAYS AND NOTED VETERANS" and named as "these players toured the world in 1888- 1889" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD, - 1927 - English Engineer named in Story of exploits of Lawrence of Arabia entitled "Wrecking Turkish rains with Lawrence of Arabia" as published and saved from the Personal Glimpses Section of this old American News Magazine. Great pictures and text.
WOOD, Bishop of Philadelphia Diocese - 1890 - 1920 Era - Named in Historical true story entitled "Molly Maguires In The Southwest by L. Dils - the tale of an Irish enforcement organization that was popular and feared in the pioneer west as published in this complete rare western magazine.
WOOD, Colonel, 11th Infantry, U. S. Army - 1867 - 78 era. Location: TX. Named in story entitled "FORT RICHARDSON - THE WHITE'S MAN HOPE" by Louise Cheney who writes of the history of a U. S. Army fort in the pioneer country which only lasted 11 year but was one of the most important in our history as found in this old and complete western magazine.
WOOD, Doctor - 1780 - 1880 era. Western Frontier of Minnesota. Named in history entitled FORT SNELLING - GIBRALTAR OF THE WEST by Joan Kyllo who recites the rich past of one of America's most valuable outposts from the days of founding by Zebulon Pike to the construction by Colonel Josiah Snelling as found in this seldom read western magazine.
WOOD, Douglas J. * - 1921 - Pictured in collage entitled LITTLE OLD NEW YORK LEADING PLAYERS AND STRIKING SCENES IN NEW DRAMAS are pictures of reproduction of famous characters in the play as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Douglas * - 1921 - Star pictured and written about as appearing in "MARIE ANTOINETTE" and featured in this article entitled PLAYERS AND SCENES OF STAGE AND SCREEN as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Edith R., Mrs. - 1929 - Photo of Mrs. Edith R. Wood of New Palestine, Indiana who wins cash prize for pictured award entitled "For the Night of Halloween" as saved from this this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WOOD, Edith Sickles * - 1927 - Pictured with her cat in article entitled " LADY BISCAYNE PERSIAN ANGORA PRIZE WINNER" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WOOD, Edward Frederick * - 1931 - Identified as Lord Irwin, Viceroy of India in article entitled THE VICEROY'S VISITOR as it appeared in the weekly FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINER as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Frank * Captain, (Chicago, Illinois – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
WOOD, Franklin T. - 1909 - of The Youth Companion Thanksgiving Cover depicting Mom preparing Thanksgiving Dinner by Franklin T. Wood.
WOOD, Freemont, Judge * - 1907 - presiding and written up in story entitled "The Trial in Idaho" where labor union workers inc. mine leader "Big Bill" Haywood are placed on trial for the murder of Idaho Governor Steunenberg as saved from this old American News magazine.
WOOD, Gar * - 1927 -Named in article entitled FASTER MOTOR-BOATS as presented in this Science and Invention Section of an old American News Magazine. Writes of the rage of the time to convert aircraft engines to application on motor boats.
WOOD, Gar * - 1930 - Pictured in article entitled TALLY ONE FOR GAR AND MISS AMERICA X is the boat that struts her stuff in a practice run making over 125 miles per hour as saved from this old American News Magazine.
WOOD, Gar * - 1933 - Featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined STILL THE SPEED KING and his victory in the Harmsworth Trophy as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WOOD, GAR * - 1932 - Pictorial collage entitled MISS AMERICA X AGAIN WINS THE HARMSWORTH TROPHY as saved from an old American Pictorial magazine.10 by 14 inches. Mint condition.
WOOD, Gar * - 1934 - Famous builder of the speedboat, Miss America shown working on new enging as saved from this American Pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Gar * 1927 - Featured Article - Science and Invention - "Faster Motor Boats", National News Magazine.
WOOD, Gladys V. * - 1926 - of 951 West 35th Place, Los Angeles, California won honorable mention for her photography entitled PET AND PETUNIAS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Harry F. * Corporal (Scranton, Pennsylvania – Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
WOOD, Harvey L. of New Hampshire - Harvard FOOTBALL GAME * - 1931 - Pictorial collage entitled "NOTRE DAME'S LONG RUN OF FOOTBALL VICTORIES IS ENDED" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Helen * - 1935 - featured in "Beauty - Lipstick and the Weather" by Emeline Miller as saved from old pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Henry mentioned in 1840 era - Story entitled "The Star of Oregon" by Patrick A. Hall published in old Western Magazine. A fantastic true story about the plan, construction and sailing of the fore and after ship named The Star of Oregon. Rare history of Oregon seldom found and rarely read.
WOOD, Henry J., Sir * - 1934 - The guest director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra featured in article entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS headlined POPULARIZER OF CLASSICAL MUSIC as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Ira Couch, Mrs., * - 1917 - Pictured as the Executive Secretary of the Women's Committee of the Council of National Defense in article entitled MEN AND WOMEN PROMINENT IN WAR-TIME ACTIVITIES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD, James - 1919 - His signature pictured and written about as taking part in World War I eliminating illiteracy in the U S. Army in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing his learning to read and write during World War I as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
WOOD, James Reverend mentioned in "Mariposa, City Of Twenty Sins" article from old western magazine
WOOD, Joseph, Colonel - Candidate for Assemblyman - 1800 - 1890 era. Site: California. Named in story entitled TAPEWORM, TICKETS & SHOULDER STRIKERS by Richard Reinhardt who writes of many of the shenanigans at the polls in California in the early days and those that participated as found in this complete western magazine.
WOOD, Jr., Walter A., - 1936 - Canada. Leader of Expedition of American Geographical Society pictured and named in story entitled "Conquest of the Yukon Territory" in 1936. The husband and wife team of Walter A. Wood, Jr., takes on the conquest of Mount Steele, one of the most inaccessible mountains in northwestern Canada. The snow and ice-covered peak had never before been scaled because of its treacherous slopes and unknown weather conditions as saved from this old American news magazine.
WOOD, Jr., Walter A.., Mrs. * - 1936 - Canada. Photographer of Expedition of American Geographical Society pictured and named in story entitled "Conquest of the Yukon Territory" in 1936. The husband and wife team of Walter A. Wood, Jr., takes on the conquest of Mount Steele, one of the most inaccessible mountains in northwestern Canada. The snow and ice-covered peak had never before been scaled because of its treacherous slopes and unknown weather conditions as saved from this old American news magazine.
WOOD, Lambert A. * Lieutenant, (Portland, Oregon - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
WOOD, Leonard, Colonel - 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.
WOOD, Leonard, Major General * - 1918 - Named as Commander of Camp Funston in pictorial text and map of Army Training Camps entitled WHERE THE NEW FIGHTING FORCES OF AMERICA ARE BEING TRAINED FOR WARFARE ON LAND AND SEA AND IN THE AIR with pictures of Commanders and names of Camps as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Leonard, Major General *, - , U. S. Army - 1919 - Pictured as recipient of the Distinguished Service Medal as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Lieutenant Colonel - 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.
WOOD, Major - General Leonard Wood * - pictured on cover of 1900 Youth Companion as Governor-General of Cuba.
WOOD, Mister of Hoosic Falls, Rennsselaer County, New York. Named in ROCHESTER TRIAL OF MOWING MACHINES* 1855 - Featured Article covering races of Mowing Machines in Rochester, N. Y.
WOOD, P. C. Col., (Gallant Texas Ranger Old Lawman Story Found in Western Magazine)
WOOD, Peggy (Lights Out for Lon Chaney - Major News Magazine News Article on death, 1930)
WOOD, Peggy * - 1919 - Star as pictured in article entitled Actresses of Note In Spoken Drama and on the Screen as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine.
WOOD, Peggy * - 1922 - America's Leading Ladies Pictured from "Marjolaine".
WOOD, Peggy * -- 1923 - Star of "Greenwich Village Follies" playing at the Shubert Theater in an article entitled "Actresses in Current Dramas" as saved from this old Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition, 11 by 16 inches.
WOOD, Peggy * -- 1923 - Star of "The Clinging Vine" playing at the Knickerbockers Theater in an article entitled "Actresses in Current Dramas" as saved from this old Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition, 11 by 16 inches.
WOOD, Peggy * - 1924 - Pictured on Pictorial collage entitled ACTRESSES OF STAGE AND SCREEN in the title role of "The Bride": now playing at the Thirty-Ninth Street Theatre, 11 by 16 inches in mint condition.
WOOD, Peggy * - 1932 - Pictured in publicity pose as star of "THE CAT AND THE FIDDLE" in article entitled STARS AND SCENES FROM THE NEW FILMS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
WOOD, R. H., Jr. * Lieutenant, (Charlottesville, Virginia - Honor Roll - Died Airplane Accident),
WOOD, Robert E., General * - 1935 - Pictured and written about in weekly feature entitled FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINE as saved from this old American National News magazine. He is President of Sears, Roebuck and Company and has been selected as the administration's chief adviser the work-relief fund. He formerly was the President of Montgomery Ward and Company
WOOD, Robert W. (Professor, John Hopkins University) - 1925 "New Aid For The Hard of Hearing" as published in this old American News Magazine.
WOOD, Robert. E., General - 1880 - 1930 ERA. SITE: United States. Named in history entitled HOW SEARS, ROEBUCK WON THE WEST by Bobette Perrone and H. Henrietta Stockel. recitiing the exciting and factual history of Sears Roebuck Company from it's beginning with pictures of original catalog pages as found in this seldom read western magazine
WOOD, Samuel 1860 era - Location - Denver, Colorado - Mentioned in "Denver's Gambling King" by Olive Peabody. Edward Chase was king of Denver's gambling world for more than fifty years and the author here relates the facts and history of his life as published in this complete, rarely found, seldom read old western magazine.
WOOD, Samuel Newitt, Colonel * - 1885 era - Named in Historical story entitled "Guns, Guts and Blood" which recites that many were killed in Stevens County, Kansas war between the Hugoton and Woodsdale families as this rare publication of a western magazine details
WOOD, Saunders *., - 1893 era - (TEXAS RANGER LAWMAN) Frontier Battalion, Company D. and Custom Inspector. Named in Biographical history of Texas Ranger Lawman Joe Sitters entitled "Marked For Death" who was also a Customs Inspector in the early west as published in western magazine.
WOOD, Sidney B. * Tennis Player from America - 1934 defeated in Tennis Match "Conquest of the Davis Cup; England Victorious".
WOOD, Sidney B.. * - 1932 - Pictured and featured in article entitled YOUNG STARS RISE TO FAME IN THE YEAR'S TENNIS PLAY just after winning the Championship at Wimbledon, England as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOOD, Stuart T., Commissioner of the Northwest Mounted Police * - 1896 era - Location: Canada. Named in story “One Brave Against The North West Mounted,” by Philip H. Godsell, the story of Sergeant William Brooke Wilde, killed in the month long pursuit of outlaw Charcoal, as published in this complete old western magazine.
WOOD, T. G., Mrs.. of Pennsylvania * - 1923 - Pictured are the members of the Republican National Committee and named are Officers and Notable Figures of the Convention as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
WOOD, Thurston Elmer * Lieutenant, (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
WOOD, Tingley S. * - 1895 era: Location: Leadville, Colorado. Subject of history entitled "LEADVILLE'S ICE PALACE" written by Hank Givens. Seems that a leading citizen, Tingley S. Wood, felt that an ice palace similar to ones built in Russia and Canada was the answer to make Leadville a leading Winter carnival site and use the ice to make up for the winter doldrums. How it turned out was published in the rare and seldom found western magazine
WOOD, Tom * - 1897 - 1918 - Named in the story of the Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas Railway Line entitled "THE DUMMY" written by Jim H. Porter which was the local name for the engine that ran on this line because for the first couple of years had no whistle and ran on natural gas as found in this old, rare, complete western magazine.
WOOD, William P. Inventor, Washington, D C. 1857 Patent for Jig Saw.
WOOD, William W. Sergeant (North Falmouth, Massachusetts - Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
WOODS, Sam - 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.
WOODALL, Ruth * - 1924 - Pictured as "Prize-Winning Beauties Under Florida's Sunny Skies" who won prize from judges for beauty of form and feature as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Single Page size is 11 by 16 inches.
WOODALL, Z. T., Sergeant - 1874 - Company D trooper named in story entitled "LAST STAND ON A TEXAS PRAIRIE" by William P. Knox which chronicles history of the Battle of Lyman's Wagon Train and the Battle of Buffalo Wallow in 1874 which resulted in 19 Medal of Honor Awards being bestowed. Battle is famous for the quote "Forward, If any man is killed, I will make him a Corporal" as found in this very rare, western magazine
WOODARD, Earl - (Oklahoma) 1890 era. Subject of true story entitled "Bartles Dug Deep for Black Gold" of Captain Jake Bartles of Bartlesville, Oklahoma who made success while others laughed at his efforts. He placed lights on the dusty streets of an Oklahoma town, strung wire on poles so people could "telephone", planted wheat where the chafe wasn't supposed to grow and then, struck Oil and made he and Oklahoma rich.
WOODBURN, James * - 1936 - Named in pictorial stage review entitled "THE STAGE" of VICTORIA REGINA, a play by Laurence Houston at the Broadhurst Theatre staring Helen Hayes, Vincent Price, James Woodburn and George Zuco.
WOODBURN, Robert L. * Private (Plain City, Ohio – Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
WOODBURY, Lieutenant Daniel P. .. - 1860 era - Officer of Corps of Engineers 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
WOODCHOPPERS OF EDDIE DROUIN, - 1880 - 1920 - He and his woodchoppers (Mile 457) named in this story of the heroic men who braved the narrow gauges entitled "THE TANANA VALLEY NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY" that extended from Fairbanks, Alaska down to Chena Slough. Names, stops, engines, pictures all here as found in this complete western magazine.
WOODCHOPPERS OF SAULICH, Milo - 1880 - 1920 - and his woodchoppers (Mile 451) named in this story of the heroic men who braved the narrow gauges entitled "THE TANANA VALLEY NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY" that extended from Fairbanks, Alaska down to Chena Slough. Names, stops, engines, pictures all here as found in this complete western magazine.
WOODCHOPPR ROADHOUSE, ALASKA " - 1964 era - Location Yukon River. Pictured in story entitled STAMPEDE TOWNS OF THE UPPER YUKON by David Wharton and party inc. photographer Philip Hyde exploring 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.
WOODCHUCK MINE - 1920 era. Location: Oklahoma. Named in story entitled "HOW THE PICHER DISTRICT REALLY CAME TO BE" by Dick Wills as told to by J. F. (Jim) Robinson which tells of the discovery of what was to become the greatest zinc operation in the world as reported in this complete western magazine.
WOODCOCK, TRAINER OF PHAR LAP * - 1932 - Pictured and named in article entitled "HOW NATIONS MOURN A GREAT HORSE" with story of horse's death and how it affected the equine world as saved from this old American Newsweek magazine. Mint condition.
WOODEN FLEET DISMANTLED * - 1922 - Pictured is a shot of the breaking up of 230 wooden ships formerly belonging to the United States Shipping Board at Alexandria, Virginia as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOODFILL, Sergeant Samuel * and wife * - 1924 - World War I Hero pictured in Pictorial Collage entitled "Outstanding Hero of the World War" as saved from this old American Magazine. Single page is 11 by 16 inches.
WOODHALL, Sergeant - mentioned in Western Frontier Story "6 Medals of Honor" by Jack Lafferty
WOODIN, William H. * - 1933 - Secretary of the Treasury pictured witnessing administering oath of office to The New Director of Currency SPRAGUE, O. M. W., * by Chief Clerk Frank Bergfeld as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WOODIN, William H., - 1933 - Secretary of the Treasury named as is legendary singer Kate Smith 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.
WOODLAND, J. W., City Assessor, - 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.
WOODLEY, Basil M. * Lieutenant (Atlanta, Georgia – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
WOODPECKER'S SONG by THOMPSON, Maurice * - 1901 - American Poet and Writer - Article entitled "Maurice Thompson" upon his death. Tribute recites his most famous works.
WOODRING, Harry Asst. Secretary of War of U. S., pictured in collage of pictures of Celebration of Proclamation of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - 1935.
WOODRING, Lieutenant - Refueling Pilot and (Aviator, U. S. Army) 1929 - His exploits written up and pictured in article entitled "A Week In The Sky" which records the record non-stop plane aloft record over Metropolitan Airport, Los Angeles
WOODROW WILSON FOUNDATION * - 1924 - Pictorial collage entitled NEWS OF THE WEEK which has article entitled WILSON FOUNDATION CELEBRATES THE SIXTY-SEVENTH BIRTHDAY OF THE EX-PRESIDENT with guests present and indexed as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOODRUFF, Eleanor * - 1922 - Pictured in article entitled FROCKS, COATS AND SUITS THAT ARE NOW IN VOGUE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOODRUFF, Henry G. * Sergeant, (St. George, Satan Island, New York - Honor Roll - Died of Wounds),
WOODRUFF, Hiram - Writer mentioned in - Story entitled " The Trotter" by Peter C. Welch with engravings of prominent horses inc. Columbus, Sally Miller, Smuggler, Fancy Allen, Bay Mary by Hillmann, Haskell and Alen, Currier and Ives, Bess Otis from old Hardback Magazine.
WOODRUFF, J. A., Lieutenant Colonel * - 1917 - Engineer Corps Officer of the United States Army pictured and written up in article entitled "Some of the Men Making Our Great New Fighting Machine" as saved from this old pictorial magazine. Page is in mint condition and is 11 by 16 inches.
WOODRUFF, Lem. - Pioneer West Era. Location - Western United States. Named in story entitled CATTLE KINGS by George A. Wallis who writes of the lives of those men who took two elements - livestock and the range - each as wild as the other and refused to quit until they established the great ranches of the west as published in this old western magazine. Part 1
WOODRUFF, Maxine, , Miss * - 1927 - Elected May Queen as photographed in pictorial collage and she will serve at the May Day Festival of the University of Oklahoma as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WOODRUFF, Representative * - 1924 - Members and witness pictured in article entitled "Will the Shenandoah Fly To The Pole" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine 80 years old in mint condition. The single page is 11 by 16 inches.
WOODRUFF, Wilford, mentioned in "Joseph Morris, The Seventh Angel" by Earl Spendlove, and the puzzling end of the Mormon's life (circa 1850) as published in this old Western magazine.
WOOD'S MOWER. Entered in ROCHESTER TRIAL OF MOWING MACHINES* 1855 - Featured Article covering races of Mowing Machines in Rochester, N. Y.
WOODS OF HAWAII * - 1916 Scientific American Supplement entitled THE WOODS OF HAWAII by Vaughan McCAUGHEY, Professor of Botany, College of Hawaii, Honolulu which covers reports on the trees and woods growing native in the Hawaiian Island.
WOODS THEATRE OF ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.., * - 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
WOODS, A. H. - 1935 - Pictured is Doris Nolan who is to appear at the Natonal Theatre in "Arrest That Woman' brought to the screen by A. H Woods as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOODS, A. H. * - 1924 - Pictured in " American Playwrights, Producers and Directors". 11 by 17 inches
WOODS, A. H., * - 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.
WOODS, Arthur * - 1928 - Named showing the former New York Police Commissioner sparing with Artie McGovern at the Latter's Gym as saved from an old American Pictorial magazine
WOODS, Cyrus E., Ambassador * - 1922 - Pictorial panorama of U. S. Ambassador to Spain Presents his Credentials Amid Pomp and Ceremony in STATELY ROYAL COACH IN WHICH THE AMERICAN AMBASSADOR LEFT THE PALACE with COUNT DEL VELLE who is to present the Ambassador to the King Alfonso as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOODS, Elizabeth * - 1922 - Pictured Twin Daughter of the Representative James P. Woods of Virginia - Featured in " Women in Realms of Society, Politics and Music". 11 by 17 inches.
WOODS, Ezra * Private (New Milford, Connecticut – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
WOODS, Frank E. * Private (Brooklyn New York–Honor Roll- Killed in Action)
WOODS, Grant * - 1920's - American Artist whose painting "Daughters of Revolution" was published in this story entitled THE RESTLESS DECADE; JOHN HELD, JR., AND HIS WORLD - a collage and portfolio of text by Bruce Catton with paintings and illustrations by the greatest American of our time. Found in this American Hardback magazine
WOODS, Harry - 1870 era - Named in THOSE MARRYIN' EARP MEN - a family history of one of the pioneer families of the old west as found in this complete western magazine
WOODS, Harry Martyn - Editor, Tombstone Nugget - 1800 era. Site: AZ, MO, TN, IRELAND. Named in this story entitled 'JOHNNY BEHAN OF TOMBSTONE" by Glenn G. Boyer who writes that Sheriff "Johnny" Tombstone was in constant conflict with Wyatt Earp and the resultant story as published in this old and complete western magazine
WOODS, James P. and Mrs. - Representative of Virginia - Featured in " Women in Realms of Society, Politics and Music". 11 by 17 inches.
WOODS, John A. * Private, (Medford, Mass., - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
WOODS, Katherine * - 1922 - Pictured Twin Daughter of the Representative James P. Woods of Virginia - Featured in " Women in Realms of Society, Politics and Music". 11 by 17 inches.
WOODS, Leonard G., Mrs. * - 1921 - Pittsburgh, Pa., native elected Second Vice-Chairman of the Republican National Committee.
WOODS, Mr.- Mentioned in "Happy Days and Happy Men" By: Frank B. Bryant. Story of Leesburg Mining Company in 1910 as written up in old Western magazine.
WOODS, Opal - 1924 era - Location, CO, KA, NJ, NY, RI - Bronc rider named in this great rodeo history entitled "On The Road With the K of C Rodeo" by Bill King, a rodeo sponsored by the Knights of Columbus of Denver that played it's first rodeo at the Narragansett Speedway, may 19, 1924. Names important stars and performers not usually mentioned on the rodeo circuit as saved and found in this unusual and western complete magazine.
WOODS, Rene * Private, (Sandown, New Hampshire - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
WOODS, Samuel, Major of the U. S. Army -1870 era - U. S. A. - Canada Boundary - Named in story entitled "STRANGE LETTERS AND A BOUNDARY SURVEY by Roy P. Johnson. Seems there was a dispute in Pembina, Dakota Territory over the location of a Hudson Bay Company trading post and the smuggling of whiskey through a “No Man’s Land” which led to confirmation of the U.S.-Canadian boundary as told in the old and complete western magazine
WOODS, Saschel Referred to in "Peter Lassen: The Great Chief" by Ethel Bangert - 1840 era of the story of a stubborn Dane who would not let the wilderness defeat him. Founded the Lassen Trail across the High Sierras as published in this old and rarely found Western magazine.
WOODS, Tom_ 1932 - Chief of Police, Carlsbad, New Mexico named in story entitled KIDNAPPED BY BANDITS by Joe Johns (as submitted by Eva Ball). True story of Joe Johns who was kidnapped by Clyde Barrow and Bonnie Parker and lived to tell about his harrowing experiences dodging bullets and deaths from lawman and gangsters alive as found in this rare and seldom read complete western magazine.
WOODS, Tommy * - 1924 - Pictured as Five Gallon Baby as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine 80 years ago in mint condition. The single page is 11 by 16 inches.
WOODSDALE, KANSAS - 1885 era - Named in Historical story entitled "Guns, Guts and Blood" which recites that many were killed in Stevens County, Kansas war between the Hugoton and Woodsdale families as this rare publication of a western magazine details
WOODSHIRE, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA * - 1931 - Pictured in collage of photos entitled A TOWN LAID OUT WITH AN EYE TO ITS APPEARANCE FROM THE AIR - showing the Airscape Design Executed by Ernst Heminghaus at the filed from which Charles A. Lindbergh learned to fly in 1922 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOODSHUTE MOUNTAINS , - 1870 - 1930 era. Named in western study entitled "THE TOWN THAT COPPER BUILT" by Harriett Farnsworth who is pictured on scene in seldom found, rarely read old Mining Story that needs to be rediscovered as found in this complete western magazine
WOODSIDE MILLS *, Greenville, South Carolina - 1934 - National Guard with fixed bayonets and tear gas drive back militant strikers.
WOODSIDE, W. M. (British Champion Cyclist) - 1843 - 1900 era. Location: International. Named in story entitled THOSE THRILLING WILD WEST YESTERDAYS of the great showman Zack Mulhall at the St. Louis World's Fair by Sam Henderson where he managed to bring the Wild West alive. Names performers and pictures stars as found in this old and complete western magazine
WOODSIDE, W. M., of Philadelphia - Pioneer era - LOCATION U S, CANADA and ENGLAND. Named in western story entitled “BRONCO CHARLEY MILLER” - Last of the Pony Express Riders by Sam Henderson who wrote this true tale of a young 10 year old kid whose family was massacred by Shoshone warriors as published in this old and complete western magazine
WOODSON, B. J. - 1870 - 80: Location, MO, TN - Named as alias of Frank James in story entitled RABBIT-MAN OF HUMPHREYS COUNTY by author Raymond W. Thorp tells of finding manuscripts in an old trunk. with picture of famous outlaws of the old west inc., Jesse James *, Frank James * and Fletcher Taylor * which story he wrote in article he published here in this complete western magazine
WOODSON, Jesse - - (Alias used by Jesse James, Famous Outlaw of the West) - 1870 era. Subject of "A Stranger Rode With The Posse" by Fred M. Truett. Fascinating tale of law's run in with Jesse James as published in this old western magazine.
WOODSON, Silas mentioned in 1840 era - Story entitled "Alexander William Doniphan - Fighting Missourian" by Ben T. Traywick as published in this old western magazine. Actually, a history of early Missouri and this courageous western pioneer--his life story.
WOODSON, Walter B., Captain * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in weekly article THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from an old American News Magazine. He is commander of the Cruiser Houston which is carrying President Roosevelt on his summer Odyssey to the Pacific. He was formerly the Assistant Judge Advocate General of the Navy.
WOODSON, Weldon D. - 1890 - 1930 era. United States. Author of story of Annie Sylvester entitled THE TROUBLED LIFE OF A BICYCLIENNE written by Weldon D. Woodson of her life story as one who received the Bicycle Club Title of WORLD'S CHAMPION TRICK AND FANCY RIDER as found in this complete old western magazine.
WOODWARD IRON COMPANY * - DOLOMITE*, ALABAMA 1922 - Pictorial Record Entitled "Havoc Wrought by Fire, Tornado and Mine Explosion" at the Woodward Iron Company.
Woodward with engravings detailing life in the lumber industry 111 years ago. Frankly, the story tells the American logging history from tree to sawmill.
WOODWARD, "Buddy" * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled "Junior Philadelphians in Florida For Winter" along with young Tony Biddle Duke, Beatrice Breeze and Angier Biddle Duke as saved from old American Pictorial Magazine. Page size 11 by 16 inches.
WOODWARD, E. F. * - 1931 - Houston, Texas native pictured entitled THE CHAMPION OF CHAMPION AMONG TRAPSHOOTERS - as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOODWARD, Earl, Mayor of Dewey, Oklahoma, (1900-40 era – Location: CO, KS, OK, PA, TN). Mentioned in “Tom Mix: Frontier Lawman,” by Sam Henderson, history of Mix’s early days as a soldier in the Boxer Rebellion, at 101 Ranch and Wild West Performer and a documentary of his experiences as a Frontier Lawman, as published in this complete old western magazine
WOODWARD, Earl, Mrs., wife of Mayor of Dewey, Oklahoma, (1900-40 era – Location: CO, KS, OK, PA, TN). Mentioned in “Tom Mix: Frontier Lawman,” by Sam Henderson, history of Mix’s early days as a soldier in the Boxer Rebellion, at 101 Ranch and Wild West Performer and a documentary of his experiences as a Frontier Lawman, as published in this complete old western magazine.
WOODWARD, George Austin- 1894 - Location: Primitive Lumber Mill, Michigan. Author of LIFE IN A LUMBER CAMP, an original story by George Austin
WOODWARD, Harry - 1880 - 1920 - Fairbanks, Alaska citizen named in this story of the heroic men who braved the narrow gauges entitled "THE TANANA VALLEY NARROW GAUGE RAILWAY" that extended from Fairbanks, Alaska down to Chena Slough. Names, stops, engines, pictures all here as found in this complete western magazine.
WOODWARD, Leroy G. * Lieutenant, (Watertown, Conn. - Honor Roll - Died in Airplane Accident)
WOODWARD, Mabel Strickland - circa 1910 = 1930. Site: Canada, ID, NV, OK, OR. Named in "FIRST KING OF THE BULL DOGGERS" by Milt Hinkle and Claude Keema who relate the life and times of this rodeo wizard with a rope who appeared at countless western shows as told in this old and complete western magazine
WOODWARD, S. L., Captain * 1919 - Supply Company, 339th Infantry, Archangel, Russia pictured in Collage of Photos of group on duty following World War I. Pictured are officers and Headquarters of the Allied Forces. Three pages, 11 by 16 inches in excellent condition.
WOODWARD, Thomas M., Rear Admiral - 1937 - Mentioned in National News Magazine entitled "Big Job Joe" w Joseph Kennedy head of Maritime Commission
WOODWORTH, George C., (of Cochranton, PA) - 1840 - 90 era. Location: Pioneer United States. Named as collector of Beadleiana memorabilia in story entitled HERO MAKER OF THE WILD WILD WEST by Raymond W. Thorp who was a news-maker who lined up the hero's of the pioneer west, put the Indians in their sights, and made the dime novel synonymous with adventure as found in this old complete western magazine
WOODWORTH, "Red" * - 1931 - Pictured in action shot entitled THE FINISH OF THE ALBANY-NEW YORK MOTOR BOAT MARATHON where the former 1930 Northwestern University Football team guard by winning the Hudson River race as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
WOODWORTH, Zerl. * - 1921 - Pictured in article entitled "Little Five Year Old Traveler" who traveled along from Weatherford, Oklahoma to Monte Rio, California as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WOODWORTHS CAMP mentioned in Across the Plains in the Donner Party (1846), by Virginia Reed Murphy
WOODY, Frank H. * - 1860 era - Montana - Prosecuting Attorney, subject of story entitled "Frontier Courts Were Rough" of the first Civil Trial held within the present boundary of Montana. Seems that trapper "Tin Cup Joe" was warned about his horse eating oats of one Baron O'Keeffe. Trouble was, nobody told the horse. Discovered gorging on the Baron's oats, Tin Cup Joe's mount was promptly disposed of and therein lies the rest of this story
WOODY, Wallace M. * Lieutenant. Louisville, Kentucky WW I Honor Roll - Died of Wounds
WOOG, Raymond * - 1928 - Pictured in article entitled CHOSEN AS PERFECT TYPES OF AMERICAN CHILDHOOD were Weston Watson and Florence E. Duelk by the "Children's Portrait Painter of France as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WOOL, General- 1800 - 1850. Location - Ireland, Mexico, United States. Named in Jim Kirker, King of the Scalpers, story of a man who played both sides of the western frontier. Kirker joined several American Expeditions, fur companies and ultimately the forces of Colonel A. W. Doniphan and his Missouri Volunteers and this tells of their experiences fighting the Mexicans among the Texas – Mexico border as found in this rare western magazine.
WOOL, General mentioned in 1840 era - Story entitled "Alexander William Doniphan - Fighting Missourian" by Ben T. Traywick as published in this old western magazine. Actually, a history of early Missouri and this courageous western pioneer--his life story.
WOOL, General, ( THE WEST FORGOTTEN HERO - JAMES KIRKER, Pioneer Western Featured Story)
WOOL, General, * - 1846 era - American Army Officer named in the story entitled "THE FANTASTIC SPY WHO SMASHED THE MEXICANS" by Lawrence Cortesi who saved the day for an numerically inferior force against 7,000 Mexican troops guarding Santa Fe, New Mexico. How it came to pass and his saving of thousand of lives is a true western treasure seldom found but here it is in this complete Western magazine.
WOOL, Mathew (Vice-President of the American Federation of Labor as mention in an 72 year old article entitled A MIDSUMMER CHASE OF REDS as published in this old American magazine of 1930
WOOLCOTT, Alexander -- Art Critic, New York Times - mentioned in 1920 Theatre Ad for "A Musical Extravaganza of the Orient" as appeared in a American Periodical.
WOOLCOTT, Alexander * - 1935 - Author pictured with headline of " A Former Newspaper Man Himself Visits the Composing Room " in weekly feature entitled Books as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
WOOLCOTT, Alexander , - 1920 - Named as Art Critic of The New York Times 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.
WOOLCOTT, Alexander, Sergeant attached to the Stars and Stripes in 1918 - Found Joyce Kilmer's Grave "The Death of Joyce Kilmer" as reported in national news magazine. Extensive historical story of death in France and tribute and memorial.
WOOLCOTT, George * - 1924 - Review of "The Swan" playing at the Cort Theatre, New York City and starring Phillip Nerivale, Alan Wiley, Hilda Spoong, Eva La Gallienne, Basil Rathbone, George Walcott as pictured. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
WOOLF, Walter * - 1921 - Star Eleanor Painter and Walter Woolf of "THE LAST WALTZ" playing in production in article entitled ACTRESSES AND STRIKING SCENES IN CURRENT PLAYS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
WOOLFORD, Henry E. * Lieutenant (Green Bay, Wisconsin – Killed in Action)
WOOLLEY, Mary E., Miss * - 1921 - Photographed and pictured before preparing to celebrate her twenty-ninth anniversary as President of Mount Holyoke College, Mass. as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
WOOLSEY, E. J. - 1858 - Agent for HURD'S CENTRIFUGAL SUGAR MACHINE PATENT * - 1858 - - Original patent report and engraving .
WOOLSEY, Sarah C. Miss, (1885 MRS. HELEN HUNT JACKSON (RAMONA), Century Magazine, 1885)
WOOLSWORTH, James M., Judge - 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
WOOSTER COLLEGE * 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 college.
WOOSTER L.C. - 1871 era - Location Arizona Territory - Named in "What Was the Truth About the Aravaipa Massacre". by James A. Long where 100 woman, children and old men, all Aravaipa Apaches Indians, and the gruesome details of the whole slaughter became known as published in this very rare and seldom found complete old western magazine..
WOOSTER, Abigail - 1850 - 1880 - Colorado - Grandmother of Martha Maxwell, story entitled "Lady Hunter on the Platte", first lady hunter of the pioneer west. This is her story as published in this rare and complete western magazine.
WOOTAN (WOOTEN) HOTEL, TEXAS * engraving pictured in "The Swan Song of Wootan Wells", by: Peggy Joyce Florida as published in this old western magazine.
WOOTAN (WOOTEN) WELLS, TEXAS * (Dubbed the Great Lady of Entertainment) engraving pictured in "The Swan Song of Wootan Wells", by: Peggy Joyce Florida as published in this old western magazine.
WOOTAN WELLS (WOOTEN WELLS) HILL, TEXAS * engraving pictured in "The Swan Song of Wootan Wells", by: Peggy Joyce Florida as published in this old western magazine.
WOOTAN, F. M. , Founder of Wootan (Wooten) Wells, Texas and subject of "The Swan Song of Wootan Wells", by: Peggy Joyce Florida
WOOTEN, Dick * - 1850 - 1900 era- Site Italy, Western United States. Famous trapper named in LITTLE SISTER OF COURAGE by Louise Cheney writes lovingly of Sister Blandina who, with crucifix in hand and a deep abiding faith in her heart became a part of America's great frontier as found in this very rare Western magazine
WOOTEN, Dudley G. - 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
WOOTEN, James C. * Lieutenant (Columbia, Tennessee - Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
WOOTEN, Richens Lacy mentioned in "Denver and the Mountains of Gold" By: Barron Kemp
Wooton, Uncle Dick - Mentioned in "The Duke of Maxwell's Grant" by Joe Koller, Lucien B. Maxwell was elected to the Hall of Fame of Great Westerners of National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage center at Oklahoma City, OK.. As published in this old rare and complete western magazine.
WOOTTON, Hazel *, Miss - British Parachute Record Holder pictured as 15 year old girl in American Pictorial Magazine.
WOOTTOON, Richens "Uncle Dick" - 1840 - 75 era. Location: ILLINOIS, NEW MEXICO. Named in story entitled MIDAS OF THE MOUNTAIN by Hani and Toni Chapman, authors of this biography and history of Lucien Bonaparte MAXWELL. a pioneer trapper, hunter, mountain man who lived to become one of the richest land barons and the owner of more land than any other American as found in this complete and old western magazine.
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