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GRESH, Earl * - 1929 - Native of St. Petersburg, Florida pictured in article entitled A WORLD MARK FALLS IN OUTBOARD RACE who set new record in class in Regatta of the Philadelphia Outboard Racing Association on the Schuylkill as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine
GRESHAM*, James B. Killed in the first fight with German Troops. Born in Kentucky, enlisted at Evansville, Ind. "Our Boys First Brush With The Enemy". One of first three Americans killed in Action in WWI.
GRESHAM*, James B., Private (Kentucky - Honor Roll - One of first three American killed in action in first engagement with Germans)
GRESHAM, Herbert B., Corporal * - 1921 - (of Evansville, Indiana). His Chief of Staff of the U. S. Army, General John J. Pershing paying tribute to the memory of 7,204 American soldier dead at a memorial service held at Pier 4, Hoboken, N. NJ. Pictured are the caskets of the first three Americans Killed under the Stars and Stripes in World War I including GRESHAM'S as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
GRESHAM, James B. *, Corporal - 1917 - Pictorial article entitled "Burial of First American Soldiers to Fall in France" showing burial site in France along with two others.
GRESHAM, James B. *, Corporal - 1921 - Named in Pictorial article featured RITES IN HONOR OF AMERICANS WHO FELL IN THE WAR entitled CORPORAL GRESHAMS OBSEQUIES as his body is honored in the State Capitol of Indianapolis as one of the first three American Soldiers who died in World War I as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRETA*, Jeanne, (1896 World of Music, Feature Story, Old American Magazine)
GREULING, H. E.. (Photo) * - ( % of L. E. Fitzgerald, 94 Columbus Avenue, Greenfield, Mass.) - 1928 - His picture entitled ON THE MOAWK TRAIL winner of a cash award as shown in article entitled IN THE WEEKLY PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPLETION as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
GREUNING, Ernest - 1964 era - Location Yukon River. First Alaska Senator named 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.
GREY BEARD * - Era 1874 - Area: Kansas. Indian Chief named in 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
GREY BEARD (Indian) .- 1870 era, Location: OK, TX. Named in story entitled DEATH ON THE SAND HILLS as author writes the story of Calf Woman, who was a Cheyenne warrior who killed the whites as a male Indian would to carry on her grandfather's tradition as found in this very rare, old, complete western magazine.
GREY BEARD *, - 1874 - Location: Monument Station, Kansas. Cheyenne Chief named in story entitled A PRISONER OF THE CHEYENNE, tale of the John German family who were struck by a Cheyenne War Party and five were slaughtered and four of their girls were taken prisoners. Story relates their fate and the action of the 19th U. S. Army Infantry as published in this complete western magazine.
GREY EAGLE - 1900 era - Location: MA, MT. Horse named in story entitled "A FRIENDSHIP TO LIFT THE HEART" by Forrest Crossen relating tales of the lifetime association of Joe Thoroughman and Charlie Russell, the noted American Western Artist as found in this issue of an old Western magazine.
GREY LAG * (Thoroughbred Horse) - 1922 - News and Pictorial of Man o' War defeating Sir Barton as published in this old American Pictorial Magazine. Others named are : SIR BARTON *; MORVICH * (Owned by Benjamin Block); EXTERMINATOR * (Jockey Johnson up); GREY LAG *;
GREY NUNS - 1860 era. Location: MN, ND - Named in story by Margaret Arnett MacLeod as told to Edith Patterson of the Catholic Priest Father Joseph Goiffon and his ordeal to get back to his St. Boniface Cathedral in North Dakota as written in this old and complete western magazine.
GREY*, C. Indian Chief Pictured and mentioned in "Indian Chiefs in Washington Carrying Peace Pipes".
GREY, Betty Jane * - 1931 - Daughter of the famous Novelist pictured with her Fiance', Robert Carney on fishing expedition aboard the Yacht Fisherman II as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GREY, C. G. - 1915 story entitled "Inside of a Zeppelin" by C G. Grey with illustration by F. Matania of attack on London. Text explains structure of structure, design, motors, gondolas,etc.
GREY, Cyril V - 1870 Era - Named in historical biography entitled "T. Ross Browne and the Corruptible West. Story of Government sleuth who made a name for himself as strict auditor in the pioneer days of the Gold Rush.
GREY, Katherine * - American Actress - 1895 - pictured and named in a pictorial collage and text entitled "The Stage" as saved from this old American Magazine published in 1895.
GREY, Lita * and CHAPLIN, Charlie * , Newlyweds - 1925 - Pictured in article entitled "MR. AND MRS. CHARLIE CHAPLIN; SCREEN COMEDIAN" makes first appearanceo as saved from this American Pictorial magazine.
GREY, Shirley * - 1933 - Pictured in article entitled "Be Beautiful" by Elsie Pierce as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
GREY, Zane * - 1929 - Featured and pictured in an article entitled FISHING AROUND THE WORLD shown on his boat Gladiator on which he will circumnavigate the globe as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
GREY, Zane - 1878 - 1930 Era. Site: DE, IL, IO, MA, MT, NY, WY. Subject of story entitled "THE WESTERN LEGACY OF W. H. D. KOERNER" by W. H. Hutchinson who writes that this famous artist spent his summers in the west and became famous for his cover illustrations of the vanishing American west as found in this old and complete western magazine.
GREY, Zane, - 1893 era - 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 this old western magazine.
GREY, Zane - 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..
GREY, Zane * - 1923. Great old ad for the movie TO THE LAST MAN entitled "THE MOVIE SEASON IS ON" at Theatres Under the Direction of Hugo Risenfeld playing at the Rialto - Broadway and 44th Street - a Paramount Picture.
GREZ, FRANCE - 1870 - 90 - Location CA, SAMOA, SCOTLAND. Named in story entitled " Robert Louis Stevenson in California " is told here by author Larry Cheek. Covers incidents of his life while in California with events simultaneous with his great writings of "Kidnapped", "Treasure Island", "The Wreckers" and "Silverado Squatters" as found in this complete and rare western magazine
GRIB *, Stephen P., Corporal, (Chicago, Illinois -Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
GRIBBLE, Francis - 1907 - Named in article and pictorial cover entitled " HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW - A CHURCHGOING POET - as saved from this old American New Magazine
GRICE, Ed - 1850 era. Location CO. KA, MT, NE, WY. Named in story entitled “Homestead Stakes” by Grace Elsie Shippen who tells of story of western pioneers from England who settled in sod houses on the prairie and later moved to the Rockies and their life on the frontier as found in this old, complete western magazine.
GRICE, Grandma - 1850 era. Location CO. KA, MT, NE, WY. Named in story entitled “Homestead Stakes” by Grace Elsie Shippen who tells of story of western pioneers from England who settled in sod houses on the prairie and later moved to the Rockies and their life on the frontier as found in this old, complete western magazine.
GRIEFZU *, William C., Corporal, (Philadelphia, Penn - Honor of Roll -Died of Wounds)
GRIEG, Edvard * - 1907 - Pictured and written about as an interpreter of the Norwegian National Spirit in article entitled "MUSICAL NATIONALISIM IN GRIEG" as saved from an old American News magazine.
GRIER, Thomas J., . - 1900 -30 era, Location: Montna, South Dakota. Homestake Mine Superintendent named if this miners story entitled 'LIFE-LINES OF THE MINES by Mildred Fielder - the story of the invention of William J. Lilly who developed the Lilly Hoist Controller which was and is responsible for saving thousands of miners' lives as found in this rare and seldom found complete western magazine.
GRIERSON - Major-General of Volunteers - Demoted to Colonel - "The Men in Command of Our Fighting Force". Saturday Evening Post 1901
GRIERSON, B. H., Colonel - 1871 era - TX. Named as Commanding Officer of Fort Sill, Oklahoma in story entitled DEATH ON THE BUTTERFIELD TRAIL by Stanley O. Shelton which tells story of The Warren Wagon Train Massacre near Salt Creek, Texas and of Chief Satank's incarceration and his taking of his old life while under arrest as found in this very rare and old Western magazine.
GRIERSON, Benjamin Colonel mentioned in "Gibson - Mother Fort of the Southwest", by: Leola Lehman
GRIERSON, Colonel (U. S. Army), "Nine Years Among the Indians - 1870-79" by Herman Lehmann, who was captured by the Indians and learned their ways and fought for them against the Americans, Mexicans and Texas Rangers. Fascinating old pioneer history. Editor calls this the best of all "Indian" stories every written as published in two old western magazines.
GRIERSON, General - Pioneer era - LOCATION, Fort Richardson, Jacksboro, Texas. Named in story entitled HOME BASE OF 6TH CAVALRY by Russell Jones of the Fort called "The Forgotten Lady of Frontier Forts which identifies units, officers and enlisted men who occupied this fort as found in this old and complete western magazine.
GRIES*, Edward F., Sergeant (Brooklyn, New York - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
GRIEST, George,* Silent George - Pictured at his mine in Death Valley and mentioned in "Lucky Old Yaqui (Tall Tales of the Old West)" by Tom G. Murray. True and Untrue tales as told by great story tellers.
GRIEVE, MacKenzie - Lieutenant Commander * - 1919 - Australian Aviation Hero pictured in article entitled "Demonstrations in London over Hawker and Grieve" as saved.
GRIEVE, MacKenzie - Lieutenant Commander - - 1916 - Featured Australian Aviation Hero pictured in article entitled "Continents Brought Closer in Last Four Centuries" as saved from an an American Pictorial Magazine.
GRIFF SHOWS - 1910-20 era - Location US -Named in carnival and circus history entitled HEY RUBE which covers the carnival tricks of stars who entertained customers with various tricks of the carnival trade. Includes names of little know rodeo star who performed their acts before the public as found in this complete western magazine.
GRIFFIES, Ethel * - 1934 - Supporting star of "WE LIVE AGAIN", as reviewed in THE MOVIE OF THE WEEK as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
GRIFFIN, Mr. - British Resident Agent - 1859 era, Site: British Columbia, Canada, Oregon, Washington Territory. Named in story entitled "THE PIG WAR" by C. J. Line that involved the British and U. S. Government over a disputed boundary line between Canada and Oregon - all started by a pig as told in this very rare, complete western magazine.
GRIFFIN *, H. Q., Lieutenant, (Winthrop, Mass. - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
GRIFFIN, Arthur * - 1922 - First sepia panorama photograph entitled " HISTORIC SESSION OF THE DAIL EIREANN IN WHICH ANGLO-IRISH TREATY WAS DEBATED" in Council Chamber of University College. Historic meeting where De Valera fought against and lost the ratification of the treaty whereupon he withdrew and Arthur Griffin Was elected as President as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRIFFIN, Charles *, Major-General, Written up in, "Cullen Baker-First of the Gunfighters", By: Carl W. Breihan - - a daring outlaw of the Old West in the era 1870's.
GRIFFIN, Curly *, 1900 - 20 era - Cowboy pictured and named in historical photo by R. R. Doubleday in story entitled "Rodeo Personalities", which lists hundreds of the Rodeo Stars of the Early Western Shows with many pictured in this complete and very rare western magazine. Your granddaddy might be here.
GRIFFIN, David - Camp Jackson, Singing Instructor, U. S. Army - 1918 - Story entitled "Making Soldiers in Dixie" -- report of training soldiers for WWI.
GRIFFIN, J. 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.
GRIFFIN, James "Long Jim" (Central Pacific Rail Road Master) - 1890 - 1910 era - referred to in "Two Years On The Desert" by K. E. Covington as published in an old western magazine.
GRIFFIN, Lois, Miss * - 1924 - (Sioux City, Nevada) Pictured on inside cover of news magazine explaining that she will graduate with first honors from the University Of Iowa College of Law . 11 by 16 inches in mint condition
GRIFFIN, Major * - U. S. Army - 1921- Training Camp Officer shown in Pictorial collage entitled "CITIZEN'S MILITARY CAMP IN FULL SWING AT PLATTSBURG, NEW YORK" w officer's and men photos indexed as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRIFFIN, R. S. * - 1919 - Rear Admiral of the U. S. Navy Pictured at ceremony entitled "Fourteen United States Naval Officers Decorated With the French Legion of Honor" in an American Pictorial Magazine article entitled "American Naval Officers Decorated by France" as saved. Page is mint.
GRIFFIN, Walter Burley, Mrs. - 1927 - Winner from Chicago, Ill., of contest for model city plan named in story entitled Australia's New Made-To-Order Capital stating the early beginnings of the new Capital of Australia and mentioning the Duke of York who inaugurated the new Capitol as saved from this old American Magazine with land map of the new capital.
GRIFFIN, Lieutenant Generals demoted to Colonel - "The Men in Command of Our Fighting Force". Saturday Evening Post 1901.
GRIFFIS*, William Elliott, Author - MIKADO* 1915. Pictorial article with text entitled "The Mikado's Installation - The Ceremonies of Today and Those of Other Times by William Elliott Griffis. The New Emperor Yoshito and Empress Sadako of Japan.
GRIFFIS, Corliss H., Lieutenant * - 1924 -Pictured entitled "Bergdoll's Would Be Captor". Page is 11 by 16 in mint condition as taken from American Pictorial Magazine.
GRIFFITH & WEDGE VERTICAL PORTABLE ENGINE* - 1871 - Featured Patent Article and Cover, Scientific American.
GRIFFITH, Arthur * - (Vice-President, Sinn Fein) - 1918 - Location, Ireland. Named in pictorial collage with text covering situation in Ireland when British government arrested and imprisoned leaders of the Sinn Fein movement as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
GRIFFITH *, Homer. - Southern California Football Star 1932 -Pictorial Article entitled "Southern California 13 - to - 0 Defeat of Notre Dame
GRIFFITH BROTHERS * - era early 1900's - Site: Mexican Border Area. .Ranch owners named in story of Texas Ranger Lawmen entitled HELL ON THE NUECES by Maurice Kildare who were searching for sheriff killer Gregorio Cortez near the Rio Grande. He ran, stole a fast quarter mare, eluded capture for ten days but didn't bring map and failed to cross the Rio Grande and the Texas Rangers got their man as saved from this old seldom found in this complete western magazine.
GRIFFITH, A. Kinney - 1850 ERA. Location AZ, CA, KY, NY. Author of historical story entitled "The Father of Arizona" by A. Kinney Griffith which recites events in the life of Charles Debrille Poston in Tubec's turbulent past as found in this complete, rare, western magazine
GRIFFITH, A. Kinney - - 1885 era - Site - San Carlos Apache Reservation - Author of "Shot Five Times By One Bullet" by A Kinney Griffith, the story of Lieutenant Britton Davis, severely wounded who lived through the remarkable agony as published in this rare and complete old western magazine.
GRIFFITH, Arthur * - 1921 - London, England - Pictured is the Sinn Fein Minister of Foreign Affairs in Article entitled MOMENTOUS IRISH PEACE DISCUSSIONS AT LONDON with a collage of pictures inc., Michael Collins, Arthur Griffiths, and Secretarial staff of the Sinn Fein Minister of Foreign Affairs as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
GRIFFITH, Arthur - Founder of the Sinn Fein - 1920 - Pictorial collage w text entitled " FIGURES AND SCENES OF THE REVOLT IN IRELAND AGAINST BRITISH RULE THAT IS DAILY GROWING MORE MENACING " with 2 pages of officials pictures of parade carrying coffins of American Soldiers. Separate picture of flag draped coffins at Hoboken Pier.
GRIFFITH, Bert * - 1922 - Brooklyn Robins. Member of a select American team which will be playing in Japan pictured in article BASEBALL STARS OFF FOR ORIENTS aboard ship as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRIFFITH, Clark* - 1928 - Pictured with Walter Johnson in article entitled THE NEW MANAGER OF THE WASHINGTON SENATORS after being a star pitcher for 20 years with Clark Griffith, President of the Club as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRIFFITH, Clarke "Old Fox" * - 1924 - (Former Pitcher and now President of the Washington Club) Pictured and featured in an article entitled "Leaders In Washington's Gallant Bid for a Pennant" as saved from this old American Sports Magazine.
GRIFFITH, Clarke * - 1932 - Pictured in this American Pictorial Magazine with new Cleveland manager, Walter Johnson and Joe Cronin of the Washington team.
GRIFFITH, Clarke * - 1920 - Washington American League Team - MANAGERS OF MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL * - 1920 - Various managers pictured w text entitled "Members of Major League Baseball Teams in the Thick of the Fight for the 1920 Championship Pennant as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
GRIFFITH, Clark * - 1922 - Pictured are American League Representatives in session in Washington, Feb., 8, 1922 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
GRIFFITH, Corrine * - 1920 - Pictured after completing work on the film IT ISN'T BEING DONE THIS SEASON as published in the weekly feature SCREEN PLAYS NOW RUNNING IN NEW YORK CITY as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRIFFITH, Corinne *. (Vitagraph Star) Leading Actresses of the Photo Drama as published in a collage in a Pictorial Magazine of 1921.
GRIFFITH, Corinne * - 1922 -American Actress - Pictorial collage entitled "Actresses Prominent in the Silent Drama".
GRIFFITH, Corinne * - 1923 - Featured in pictorial collage entitled PROMINENT ACTRESSES OF THE SILENT DRAMA as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint. 11 by 16 inches.
GRIFFITH, Corinne * - 1925 - Pictured and featured in Movie Review entitled "CLASSIFIED" Marks Epoch In Career of CORRINE GRIFFITH showing scenes and cast as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
GRIFFITH, Corinne * - 1928 - Actress pictured as star of THE DIVINE LADY in article entitled " NEWS OF MOTION PICTURES AND THEIR STARS as saved from this old American Pictorial collage.
GRIFFITH, D. E. - 1890 - 1920 era. Location: Alaska. Named in this great story entitled Queens of the Snows and King of the Klondike of old mining camps in Klondike and of the miners who were the pioneers of the west as written by Raymond W. Thorp and found in this old western magazine.
GRIFFITH, David Wark * - 1919 - Motion Picture Ad of David Wark Griffiths - A ROMANCE OF HAPPY VALLEY - an Artcraft Picture. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
GRIFFITH, David Wark - 1878 - 1930 Era. Site: DE, IL, IO, MA, MT, NY, WY. Subject of story entitled "THE WESTERN LEGACY OF W. H. D. KOERNER" by W. H. Hutchinson who writes that this famous artist spent his summers in the west and became famous for his cover illustrations of the vanishing American west as found in this old and complete western magazine.
GRIFFITH, D. W. * - 1918 - Movie Flyer Ad entitled "D. W. Griffith, Under Fire Filming 'Hearts of the World'" features pictures of scenes from movie plus picture of Griffith and stars Lillian Gish, Dorothy Gish, Robert Harrison and Little Ben Alexander as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
GRIFFITH, D. W. * - 1918 - Movie Ad Flyer portraying D. W. Griffith as actor playing himself in what is called his Supreme Triumph now playing at the 44th St. Threatre in New York as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
GRIFFITH, D. W. * - 1919 - Motion Picture Ad of D. W. GRIFFITH'S latest production, THE GIRL WHO STAYED AT HOME - an Artcraft Picture. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
GRIFFITH, D. W. - 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..
GRIFFITH, D. W., * - 1920 - Pictured are of the stars of the film play of D. W. Griffiths, WAY DOWN EAST" with Burr McIntosh named in a pictorial collage as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint.
GRIFFITH, D. W. * - 1922 - Movie pictorial ad flyer for D. W. Griffith's Empire of New Emotions, ORPHANS OF THE STORM now playing at the Apollo Theatre as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRIFFITH, D. W.* - 1922 - Full page 11 by 16 inches movie ad for "One Exciting Night", D. W. Griffith's newest film playing at the Apollo Theater in New York and the Illinois Theatre, Chicago.
GRIFFITH, David D. * - 1924 - Pictured in " American Playwrights, Producers and Directors". 11 by 17 inches.
GRIFFITH, Doctor - 1870 -1930 era - Dentist named in biography entitled "WILL ROGERS ' INTERNATIONAL COWPOKE" as written by John W. Devine that is seldom found as published in an unusual western magazine with is complete and in mint condition.
GRIFFITH, Eleanor * - 1921 - Pictured is Eleanor Griffith appearing as Babuschka in "THE LAST WALTZ" as published in article entitled "ACTRESS AND STRIKING SCENES IN CURRENT PLAYS" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
GRIFFITH, Eleanor * - 1923 - Pictured as star of "Meet The Wife" playing at the Klaw Theatre as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
GRIFFITH, Eleanor, Mis * - 1924 - Pictured in pictorial article entitled ACTRESSES IN CURRENT THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS as the star of "Sitting Pretty" at the Fulton Theatre. .11 x 16 inches. Mint.
GRIFFITH, Eleanor * - 1921- Pictured with text entitled ACTRESSES IN NEW PLAYS AND SUMMER REVUES as she appeared in the LAST WALTZ of 1921 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
GRIFFITH, Joseph - Co-author. "The Cut Men" Boxing featured Article World War II magazine.
GRIFFITH, Michael * - 1923 - Picture entitled RECENT HAPPENINGS IN IRELAND show Civic Guard parading in Dublin, Ireland in honor of their late distinguished Chiefs of the Irish Free State, Michael Collins and Arthur Griffin as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
GRIFFITH, Robert * (London, England) - 1857 - Patent issued on his "Improved Adjustable Propeller" with engraving and explanation of workings.
GRIFFITH, Thelma * - 1924 - (Daughter of Former Pitcher and now President of the Washington Club, Clarke Griffith) Pictured and featured in an article entitled "Leaders In Washington's Gallant Bid for a Pennant" as saved from this old American Sports Magazine.
GRIFFITH, W. H. and Company * - 1883 - Great ad to decorate your POOL ROOM. Lists 5 or so POOL TABLE ads.
GRIFFITH, William - 1882 era - Site - Tombstone, Arizona - Named in "Gomorrah On Goose Flats", the real story of the wild days of Tombstone, Arizona, a town bloodier than Dodge City, richer than Virginia City and Leadville, where men too violent to call home stayed as published in this very rare and old and complete Western magazine.
GRIFFITH, Colonel W. M. . 1870 - 1900 - Named in "Fighting Man" , the story of Benjamin Franklin Daniels, westerner, lawman, Rough Rider (Troop K), Sheriff of Pima County, AZ., and Bent County, CO., Deputy Marshal of Cripple Creek, U.S. Marshal of Arizona, Assistant Marshall, Guthrie, OK but he was done in by publicity of his conviction and incarceration for attempted theft of government mules as published in this complete and seldom found old magazine.
GRIFFITH, Curley mentioned in "Memoirs of My Rodeo Days" article from old western magazine
GRIFFITHS *, William, Private (Jermyn, Pennsylvania – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
GRIFFITH'S SALOON, TASCOSA, TEXAS - Pioneer West Era. Location - Western United States. Named in story entitled CATTLE KINGS by George A. Wallis who writes of the lives of those men who took two elements - livestock and the range - each as wild as the other and refused to quit until they established the great ranches of the west as published in this old western magazine. Part 1
GRIFFO - 1929 - The Zephry of the Ring Named in Life Story of Tex Rickard entitled "Yes, Tex Gave Them a Great Show To The End" as saved from this old American News magazine. Great Pictures from the past
GRIGGS, Anne (Miss) * - 1924 - Pictured and Identified as an "American Girl".
GRIGGS, Joseph. London Correspondent for the New York Sun authored "Oil Fields Goes To Mosul". Featured article American News Magazine 1926.
GRIGOREVNA, Anna - 1780 era Location: Russian Territory of Alaska. Named in 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 distinctive contribution to the survival of Alaska's first permanent white settlements as found in this rare magazine.
GRIJALVA, Francisco. (Brother of Merejildo). 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.
GRIJALVA, Guadalupe, (Adopted daughter of Merejildo), 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.
GRIJALVA, Merejildo "El Chivero" *, 1840 Era. Subject of "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.
GRIMES Marshall mentioned in "Flora Quick, Alias Tom King" By: Leola Lehman
GRIMES, Albert C., * (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.
GRIMES, B. * - 1921 - Brooklyn twirler who has won 12 games pictured in article entitled SOME PITCHERS WHO HAVE WON TEN OR MORE GAMES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRIMES, Burleigh * - 1922 - Pictured as Brooklyn pitcher in article entitled "Outstanding Figures of the National Game" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
GRIMES, Charles S. * Private (Flora, Illinois- Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
GRIMES, Curtis - 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.
GRIMES, Ed - 1864 era - Named as representative of Pacific Borax Company in story entitled Old Dinah of Death Valley by Rod Williams which relates an interesting experiment of Borax Smith to replace mules by a modern engineering marvel. It didn't work but the story is as found in this rare and complete western magazine.
GRIMES, High., * (TEXAS DEPUTY SHERIFF) - 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.
GRIMES, Lew "Curly" * - 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.
GRIMES, Surgeon - 1880 Era - Area: Western United States - named in " BESEIGED BY THE UTES - THE MASSACRE OF 1879." w Frederick Remington engravings. The story of one of the most tragic events on the western front as found in this old western magazine.
GRIMES, Tommy - 1900 ERA - Named in this 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.
GRIMES, Tommy - 1890 - 1930 ERA Western Rodeo Star named in the Autobiography of Milt Hinkle entitled "Dodging A Necktie Party Was 90 % of the Fun" with pictures and names of stars of the Rodeo, Circus and Western performers he starred with as published in this rare and complete magazine.
GRIMES, W. B., Written up in, "Texas Cowman 'Shanghai' Pierce" By: Oran Warder Nolen- the true western story of one of the most famous cattlemen of the 1880 era
GRIMES, William * First U.S. Marshal pictured in "The Desperado With Nine Lives" article from old western magazine
GRIMES, William, U. S. Marshall - 1870 era. Location: AZ, OK TERRITORY, TX. Named in story entitled "COMANCHE JACK STILWELL" by Robert F. Turpin of this storied character of the Old West. He traveled with many inc., Buffalo Bill, Quanah Parker, William Grimes and he was a delegate to the Frisco convention which was important in Oklahoma becoming a state as found in this western magazine.
GRIMM OF THE CHICAGO CUBS * - 1928 - Pictured in training for the Baseball season of 1928 at Catalina Island as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
GRIMM , Warren O. (World I Veteran who had served in Siberia and was formerly a football star - Pictorial Collage of 1919 Armistice Day Parade Massacre, Centralia, Washington)
GRIMM, Charles * - 1933 - Pictured is the manager and first baseman of the Chicago Clubs in collage entitled "A DIAMOND STAR WORKS IN OILS" painting his daughter, May Gene, age 8 as saved from an American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 14 inches. Mint Condition.
GRIMM, Charles, * - 1921 - Pictured and written about as first baseman of the Pittsburghs 9 as published in the weekly feature: YOUNG BASEBALL PLAYERS WHOSE BRILLIANT WORK THIS SEASON HAS MADE THEM STARS OF THE MAJOR LEAGUES as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRIMM, May Gene * - 1933 - Pictured being painted by her dad, the manager and first baseman of the Chicago Clubs in collage entitled "A DIAMOND STAR WORKS IN OILS" painting his daughter, May Gene, age 8 as saved from an American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 14 inches. Mint Condition.
GRIMMET, Robert G - 1901 - 31 era. Location: CO, NV, CA - Author of historical mining story entitled "BULKELEY WELLS, POLITE AND LETHAL" of mining intrigue at the Smugglers Union Mine where superintendent of mines was allegedly killed by workers who were members of the Western Federation of Miners. This is great story and one that I heartily recommend to get the flavour of mining unrest and turbulence in the old days as published in this very rare and seldom found western magazine.
GRIMSHAW, Walter R.,* - 1860 era - Site: California Pictured in "Blood on the Consumnes" by Rupert Edring. In a losing battle to Central waters of the Consumnes River, armed miners far outnumbered the farmers
GRINDSTONE - 1880 - 1910. LOCATION - DAKOTAS. Indian 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.
GRINNELL LAKE, GLACIER NATIONAL PARK * - 1923 - Panorama entitled "Glorious Lake and Mountain in the Far West as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRINNELL, George Bird. *- 1870 era - Location; New England, NY, NB, WY, UT. Yale University student pictured and named in story entitled PROFESSOR MARSH GOES WEST: THE YALE EXPEDITION which tells of the first American specialist in paleontology, Professor O. C. Marsh and his venture in search of old dinosaur bones as found in the rare and complete western magazine.
GRINNELL, George. Bird. * pictured with Marsh on a survey dig in "A Bitter Feud Among the Bones " - the true story of two paleontologists (Doctor Darwin Othniel Marsh) almost fanatical fight and receive credit for discovery of prehistoric Brontops robustus bones as published in old American Magazine.
GRISARD*, John K., Lieutenant (Chicago, Ill. – Honor Roll – Killed by Accident)
GRISBY, George mentioned in "The Rich Golden Gulches Of Montana" article from old western magazine
GRISWOLD, (first name unknown) - Doctor - 1862 era. Site: Lawrence, KS. Named in story entitled THE DAY QUANTRILL BURNED LAWRENCE by an unnamed author who writes a decidedly negative narrative when Federal troops refused to protect Lawrence, Kansas from Quantrill Raiders as found in this old, rare and complete western magazine.
GRISWOLD, J. W. * pictured with Marsh on a survey dig in "A Bitter Feud Among the Bones " - the true story of two paleontologists (Doctor Darwin Othniel Marsh) almost fanatical fight and receive credit for discovery of prehistoric Brontops robustus bones as in old American Magazine.
GRISWOLD, unknown, Grandmother, - 1865 era – Location: WA Territory. Named in story entitled “The Colville Indian’s Helen Toulou” by Thelma Kimmel which relates the story of pioneer days in the Fort Spokane area as found in this complete, seldom read western magazine.
GRISWOLD, Pat - 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.
GRITUM, Bob * - 1931 - Pictured with his partner Mme. Poupete Dureisseisx dancing their way to the European Dance Championship as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
GROBER*, Adolph. 1919 - Leader of German Christian Peoples Party.
GROCK * - 1931 - Famous German Clown as pictured in film about his life in the weekly featured IN THE NEW FILMS as saved from this American pictorial magazine.
GROEBER*, Adolf, Secretary of State without Portfolio -m "Leaders Whom German Defeat has brought to the Front". 1919
GROENER, General Wilhelm * - 1920 - Pictured w text in article entitled "New German Cabinet Obtained With Difficulty" serving as Minister of Transport.
GROENER, General Wilhelm. * - 1932 - Germany's Minister of Interior pictured and featured in article entitled " GERMANY'S GROVER CLEVELAND" as saved from the weekly featured "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS" published in an American Pictorial Magazine.
GROENHOF, Gunter. A story entitled AT THE OBSERVATION POST as published in this old American magazine in 1934 - some 68 years ago seems that Richard du Pont established a record for glider flights when he flew from Elmira, New York to Basking Ridge, a distance of 155 mile.
GROESBECK, TEXAS, "Nineteen Months with the Comanches" by Jack Derden, the heroic account of Rachel Plummer who was kidnapped by the Comanches along with her better known children captives, Cynthia Ann Parker and John Parker. Circa 1836 as saved from a little known western magazine.
GROET POLDER * - 1914 - Named in original article entitled ENCLOSING AND PARTIAL DRAINING OF THE ZUIDER ZEE W. J. L. Kiehl who interviewed the Netherlands Minister of Waterways, Doctor C. LELY who furnished details, text, maps and photos of his plan for the rclamation of the Zuider Zee as saved from this old American Scientific magazine
GROFF, John, "Arizona's Last Lynching" by Paul R. Beardsley describing Phoenix vigilantes who in 1917 were as funny as their crime serious.
GROH, Heine * - 1922 - Pictured and written about as getting his batting eye in shape at San Antonio training camp for the New York Giants in article entitled OPENING OF THE 1922 BASEBALL TRAINING SEASON as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GROH, Heine * - 1922 - Quartet of the Giants before a practice game at the San Antonio training camp in article entitled BASEBALL PLAYERS IN TRAINING at as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GROH, Heine * - New York Giant Third Baseman pictured in "Sparkling Plays and Notable Figures That Feature the Opening Game of Championship Series of 1922.
GROH, Heine * - 1922 - Pictured as third basement of the Giants in article entitled "Outstanding Figures of the National Game" as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
GROIX ISLAND * - 1929 - Native Mlle. Alise Adam pictured in photo as chosen Queen in a beauty Contest at Dieppe, as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
GROKHOVSKI, P. I.- 1934 - Russian engineer named in article entitled AN AIRSHIP FOR HIGH ALTITUDE FLIGHTS which pictures a stratosphere dirigible which the Russians are considering building as saved from this American Pictorial Magazine.
GROLLMAN *, Herman, Corporal, (Newark, New Jersey - Honor Roll - Killed in Action
GRONER, Con (Cowboy Sheriff) - 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
GRONER, Sheriff - 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.
GROODY, Louise * - 1924 - Pictured as seen in photoplay "One Kiss" as saved from an American Pictorial Magazine. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
GROOM, J. J. - 1896 era - Referred to in historic, seldom found story entitled "The Night Wyatt Earp Almost KOed Boxing" by Gary Roberts. Pictures Earp, drawing of ring of Mechanics' Pavillion in San Francisco. controversial $10,000 Check covering great fight between "Fighting" Bob Fitzsimmons and "Sailor" Tom Sharkey.
GROPENGIESER, Bess - 1929 - (Onida, South Dakota) - Her photo entitled "AT SUNSET" wins cash award in photo competition as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
GROSBEAK gunboat mentioned in 1865 era Mississippi River tragedy - 1,647 died - old western magazine
GROSCH, Allen, (THE SECRET OF THE GROSCHES by Peter J Kaltenback, Old Western Magazine)
GROSCH, Ethan -1860 - 70 - Site: Nevada. Named in "Virginia City-Town That Wouldn't Die". A history of the rip roaring days of Virginia City and the intrigue and political in-fighting that occurred article as recorded in this rare, seldom found, complete old western magazine
GROSCH, Hosea -1860 - 70 - Site: Nevada. Named in "Virginia City-Town That Wouldn't Die". A history of the rip roaring days of Virginia City and the intrigue and political in-fighting that occurred article as recorded in this rare, seldom found, complete old western magazine
GROSEILLIERS, Sieur des Frenchman Mentioned in "The Gallant Voyageurs of Rupert's Land" By: Wayne Darwin
GROSEPINE. (early 1850's) Indian Chief named in Walker's War as related in historical story entitled "Wakara, The Mormon Menace". The Mormons tried to make peace with the Utes Indians to no avail and their chief Wakara's efforts to drive them out resulted in "Walker's War" as found in this very rare and seldom read western periodical.
GROSER*, Leslie H., (Brooklyn, New York - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
GROSH, Allen, "Comstock Country Land of Promises", historic article from old western magazine covering Virginia City, Sutro, Gold Hill and Silver City with lots of picture and map printed on slick enamel paper. Rarely found. Early pioneer days.
GROSH, Hosea, "Comstock Country Land of Promises", historic article from old western magazine covering Virginia City, Sutro, Gold Hill and Silver City with lots of picture and map printed on slick enamel paper. Rarely found. Early pioneer days.
GROSS, Chris, Deputy Sheriff - 1850 - 1927 era, Location: MO, OK, TX, VA, WY. 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
GROSS, Karl (Oberit. z. S.) (Dead) World War I era. British Admiralty Statement of "Fate of 150 German U-Boat Commanding Officers who were killed or became prisoners at war
GROSS, Milt. * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in article entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from a National American News Magazine. This comic illustrator writes for The Daily Mirror entitled GROSSLY EXAGGERATED and is featured in this COMICS - AND THEIR CREATORS..
GROSS, Professor..- 1840 - 1900 era. Location CA, MO, OR, WA. Named as Bar Pilot on Columbian River in "A Woman Who Dared" by Arlene J. Fitzgerald. Far ahead of her time, Doctor Bethenia A. Owess-Adair overcame tremendous obstacles to become Oregon’s first woman physician. From a childhood with little education and a failed marriage at the age of thirteen, she struggled to obtain an education, raise a child alone, make a living and receive a degree as Oregon’s first woman doctor. Her life was one of endless trials and tribulations but also of success as a leader of women’s suffrage and the Women’s Christian Temperance Union. As found in this old Western magazine.
GROSS, Samuel D., Doctor - 1880 - 1910 era - Named in this Historical biography entitled "Frontier Doctor" by Bertha West. A true story of the life, times and experiences of a great Doctor and Surgeon of the Pioneer West as published in this rare western magazine..
GROSSE, Rosa M., * - 1926 (of Toronto) - Pictured in collage entitled "ATHLETIC GIRLHOOD SHINES IN TRACK AND FIELD EVENTS" as winning the 100 yard dash 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.
GROSSMAN, Mary B., Judge, Mrs. * (of Ohio) - 1925 - Pictured in this article entitled "WOMAN WHO HELP BOSS UP" who the author says are the women of importance in the United States in the year 1925. Many were presidential appointees and those that influence "politics behind the scenes" as saved from this old American magazine.
GROS VENTRE INDIANS- 1870 -90 - Location: MT, Canada. Named in story entitled THE LAST WAR PARTY by Hugh A. Dempsey of the Blood Indians last raid against the Crows as found in this complete and rare western magazine that is 50 years old.
GROS VENTRE INDIANS - 1890 - 1912 Circa. Site - Missouri, Dakota Territory. Named in biography entitled SAGA OF FREDERIC GERARD by Carleton Mays. Written of a legend who the author states could whip wild grizzlies, defeat 600 Indians, escape from the Custer massacre yet compassionate enough to tend the sick Indians as though they were his flock as found in rare and complete western magazine.
GROSVERNOR, Anne S., Miss * - 1935 - Pictured with former governor of New York Charles S. Whitman and wife arriving back home after a voyage from Los Angele
GROSVERNOR, Dean William - mentioned in - 1915 - Featured article entitled "The Victims of the Lusitania in England". Several pages listing details of torpedoed ship.
GROTON SCHOOL, GROTON, MASS.. *, 1933 - Pictorial page showing an aerial view in the New England Resorts Section of an old American Pictorial Magazine
GROUITCH, Slavko Doctor * - 1919 - Official representative at Washington of the Serb-Croat-Slovene State pictured in article entitled "American and Canadian Notabilities and Distinguished Visitors from Aboard" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
GROUITCH, Slavko (Minister from Serbia to the United States) * - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR a as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches
GROUNDS OF DIVORCE * - 1924 - Pictured as star of "GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE" is Ina Claire playing at the Empire Theatre in collage entitled PLAYERS IN CURRENT METROPOLITAN PRODUCTIONS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 10 1/4 by 16 inches. Mint condition.
GROUNDS, Billy - 1846 - 1931 era. Named in story of a cool-headed fearless Deputy
Sheriff of Tombstone entitled TOMBSTONE DEPUTY SHERIFF BILL BREAKENRIDGE BY Burfee Carlson. Lawman faced the likes of Ringo Star, Johnny Ringo, "Black Jack" Ketchum and "Curly Bill" Brocius as law of the west as found in this very seldom read western publication.
GROUARD, Frank - (Courier) - 1876 - Site: WY. Named in story entitled "BATTLE OF THE MIGHTY THREE" by Bill Judge who writes of The Powder River Expedition of the U. S. Army led by Major General George Crook and Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie and details of the battle as found in this old and complete western magazine.
GROUSE GULCH - 1880 – 1900. LOCATION – MISSOURI - MONTANA . Named in the story entitled Powder - The Travails of Hard Luck Smith by Walt Coburn which relates the history of a couple of freight haulers in the Little Rockies as found in this old western magazine
GROUT, Steve. Illustrator. Featured article about "Cop-Saver". Story of New York Heroic Patrolman. 1940
GROVE*, "Lefty". Pictorial Cover of 1931 New York Times magazine who received award for best pitcher in American League.
GROVE, Lefty * - 1932 - Pictured in article entitled THE GREATEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR who lwon 31 games while losing only 4 for the Athletes while eing named the Most Valuable Player in The American League as stated in THE OUTSTANDING FIGURES OF BASEBALL IN 1931 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GROVE, Whitey of Army - * - 1935 - Pictorial collage of annual game which Notre Dame and Army tied, 6 to 6 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GROVER, Burt - Pioneer era - Outlaw 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.
GROVER, General of Volunteers demoted to Lieutenant Colonel after Civil War - "The Men in Command of Our Fighting Force". Saturday Evening Post 1901.
GROVER, Abner T. - (Chief Scout for Major Forsyth) - U. S. Indian War Era. Location, Western U. S. Named in story entitled "MESSENGER TO THE INDIANS" by Joseph W. Snell whom the author says was called by General George Custer the perfect scout in horsemanship, fearless in manner, a splendid hunter and a gentleman by instinct as found in this old and complete western magazine.
GROVER, La Fayette F., , 1890 - 1920 ERA. Governor of Oregon - 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.
GROVER, Sharp - 1868 ERA - Location: KA, NB, CO. Guide named in story entitled "Thunder On The Arickaree" by Raymond W. and Mary Lund Settle which tell of Buffalo Soldiers of the 10th Cavalry saving troops of Colonel George A. Forsyth of the 9th Cavalry which is one of the great reads of our early pioneer days as found in this rare, complete, western magazine.
GROVER, Sharp, "I Fought at Beecher's Island" by George Oaks as told to C. V. Rinehart. According to witness, Grover was actually hero of Battle of Beecher's Island in first told history from old western magazine.
GROVES, Corinne, Miss * - 1926 - Pictured as Miss St. Louis who has been chosen as one of the "Nation's Beauty Queens Preparing for National Contest. 11 by 14 inches. Mint condition.
GROW, Commander * - Force Medical Officer - U. S. Navy - 1919 - Pictured in article entitled NORTH SEA SUBMARINE BARRAGE BY WHICH OUR NAVY HELPED blockade the German Submarines in North Sea, World War I as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches
GROWING PAINS * - 1933 - Pictured as the star is Georgette McKee of the play "GROWING PAINS" opening at the Ambassador Theatre, New York. 10 by 14 in. Mint condition.
GRUBB*, Albert L., Major, (Berkeley Springs, West Virginia – Honor Roll – Died of Disease)
GRUBB, E. Burd * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in feature entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from this old American News Magazine. He was recently elected unanimously to the presidency of the New York Curb Exchange. He is an expert Aviator and won the Croix de Guerre.
GRUBB, Pete mentioned in "Fritz Truan - Hall of Fame Cowboy", by: Joe Koller
GRUBE*, Chas, C., Sergeant (Dubuque, Iowa – Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
GRUELLE, Johnny * - 1934 - Pictured and written about in article entitled THEY STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD as saved from a National American News Magazine. His accomplishments include serving as political cartoonist for the Indianapolis Sun Star, Cleveland Press and for the N.E.A and is featured in this COMICS - AND THEIR CREATORS..
GRUENING, Ernest * - 1939 - New York - Governor of Alaska Appointee shown in Pictorial Collage of The Tribune Beneficiaries Football Game between a team of All Stars and the New York Giants held at the Polo Grounds.
GRUMBLING ANN * Horse Mentioned in "Some Very Early Bucking Horses Milt Knew" By: Milt Hinkle
GRUMMOND, Mrs. - 1866 era - Location: Wyoming. Named in historical story entitled "Ride For Help" by H. Lutske which occurred on the western frontier near Fort Laramie while Fort Kearney was under Indian siege of Red Cloud and relates the heroic tale of John "Postugee" Phillips, scout and trapper who volunteered to go for help through Indian lines. Through blizzard, snow, sleet, rain and Indians, he was successful as related here in this old magazine.
GRUMP, Charley the drayman mentioned in "I Saw The Dalton's Die" article from old western magazine
GRUNAU, John , * - 1920 - Pictured and identified as President * Organizer of Striker's Associatiion in double page article entitled "Figures and Happenings in the OUTLAW Strike. Which Has Thrown the Railroads Into Confusion" This collage of pictures of the Chicago Stock Yard Strike is saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
GRUNDY, Mrs., - 1860 - 1870 Era. Named in history entitled PIOCHE, NEVADA - THE BLOODIEST TOWN IN THE OLD WEST by Charles W. Sasser who tells the story of this wild west ghost town. Covers entire spectrum where lawlessness ran rampant when gold with the discovery of silver and fights over mining claims were settled in the streets rather in the courts as found in this complete and unusual western magazine.
GRUNDY, Postmaster * - 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.
GRUNE, Carl * - 1924 - German Director pictured in article entitled A BOOK OF VERSES UNDERNEATH THE BOUGH with Miss Mae March going over her newest film, "Arabella" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
GRUNSKY, C. Ewald, (San Francisco Hydraulic Engineer mentioned as member of "The Panama Canal Commission, 1904)
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