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Q RANCH - 1900 circa - Named in History of Rodeo Great Addison P. Day which states that "Many a Chute Would Have Never Been Opened Without This Man". Names the Great Rodeos, Fairs, Expositions and the stars as published in old and rare western magazine.
Q T SALOON mentioned in Foreword of
"The Brookings", by Julia Rose Brooking Needham
QUAHADI Comanche clan mentioned in "Red Lightning Struck Twice", by Curtis Bishop
QUAHADA COMANCHES - 1884 - 90 era. Location: OK, TX. Named in story entitled CHIEF CAUSE AND QUANAH PARKER by Janice Wilks Orlov with Olive Wilks Horton and Claude Wilks. Relates the story of a white man drifting between two ways of life, unable to make a clear choice and, finally, at home nowhere. as published in the old, complete western magazine.
QUAI D'ORSAY, PARIS, LEAGUE OF NATIONS * - 1920 - Pictorial collage and text of article entitled "INITIAL SESSION OF THE LEAGUE F NATIONS AT QUAI D'ORSAY, PARIS" as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
QUAIFE, Milo Milton (writer) - 1799 - 1850's era. Location: Ireland, Western United States. Named in story entitled "BROKEN HAND FITZPATRICK, MOUNTAIN MAN EXTRAORDINARY" who says that even Kit Carson and Jim Bridger could not match the exploits of Thomas "Broken Hand" Fitzpatrick in the perilous Rocky Mountains as published in the old and complete western magazine
QUILLIAIA SOAP - 1830 - 1900. Location: NY, OR, PA. Named in story entitled "HEALTH OR MONEY RESTORED" by Brooks McNamara - a fascinating history of quack medicines and their promoters in the pioneer days of the old west as found in this old and complete western magazine.
QUAKER CITY STRING BAND, MUMMERS PARADE, PHILADELPHIA * - 1922 - Pictorial collage entitled "STRIKING FEATURES OF PHILADELPHIA MUMMERS' PARADE" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
QUAKER, The Battling * - era 1840-1890 - Location DL, PA, CO, AR, AZ - THE BATTLING QUAKER by Joe Koller, the story of Major General William Jackson Palmer who has been elected to the Hall of Fame of Great Westerners of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Western Heritage Center at Oklahoma City, Ok. as saved from this seldom found western magazine.
QUALCHAN, Sub-Chief Indian - 1860 era - Oregon, Washington on the Western Frontier. Named in the story entitled COLONEL WRIGHT'S BLOODY REVENGE which tells of the battle known as the Massacre of Steptoe Bluffs where the U. S. Army suffered the worst defeat of the Indian War and the resultant revenge the Army extracted as published in this hard to find and complete western magazine.
QUALE, Thomas J. * Lieutenant. Oberlin, Ohio. WW I Honor Roll - Killed in Action.
QUANAH (Comanche Indian Chief) written up in story - Featured in Western pioneer Story Vol.1. No. 1. - Rarely Found - When Bad Hand Rode to Oblivion by Carl Allenbaugh
QUANAH, TEXAS - 1890 - 1900 era. Location OK, TN, TX. Named in story entitled FROM NIGHT HERD TO DEPUTY MARSHAL who tells of the real western life of herding cattle on the old ranches, breaking greenhorns, roping calves and, later of keeping law and order in pioneer days as published in this old, complete western magazine
QUANAH, THE EAGLE OF THE COMANCHES - 1840 - 1870's. Location TX. Named in story entitled Comanche Chief by Zoe A. Tilghman which contains important genealogical info of family including. his daughter, Mrs. Neda Birdsong and contains facts which the author says straighten out stories of Adobe Wells and other Indian battles led by Chie Quanah Parker as published in this old, rare and complete magazine
QUANTICO MARINES FOOTBALL TEAM * - 1925 - Pictured and named in double page article entitled LONG RUNS and FRENZIED SCRIMMAGES FEATURE GRIDIRON BATTLES NORTH, SOUTH, EAST and WEST pictorial story headlined When The Interference Skidded: showing DUNCAN OF Quantico Marines as he plowed through Catholic University for a five yard gain as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUANTRELL, William C. - 1860 - 1920 era. Location: CO, KS, Named in story entitled "THE LIVE, LOVES, AND BATTLES OF MADAM MATTIE SILKS" by Louise Cheney who writes of Madam Mattie Silks in her occupation of choice but beneath the tough, dazzling opportunism of her job which was a necessary characteristic, there beat the normal heart of a woman as found in this old and complete western magazine
QUANTRILL RAIDERS -1866 era - Location Missouri - Named in story entitled THE FIRST DAYLIGHT BANK HOLDUP of the robbery of the Liberty, Clay County, Missouri Bank thought to be robbed by Jesse and Frank James. James took credit for the robbery but not the killing of the boy, Jolly Wymore as published in this complete, old western magazine
QUANTRILL, William C. - 1850 - 1900 era - Named in story of Adolph Roenigk entitled THE FIGHT AT FOSSIL CREEK by J. L. Beardsley who tells of the attacks of Cheyenne Chiefs Tall Bull and Roman Nose on the workmen of the Union Pacific Railway in Kansas as found in this old western magazine.
QUANTRILL, William C., Mr. mentioned in "Harrison's Rendezvous With Fate" article from old western magazine
QUANTRILL, William Clark *, Written up in, "Cullen Baker-First of the Gunfighters", By: Carl W. Breihan - Story of notorious Easter Texas Desperado in the 1880 era.
QUANTRILL, William Clarke * - 1930 - 70 ERA - Location USA. Named in story entitled “Behind the Creation of the Lone Ranger Legend - Who Was That Masked Man?” by Sam Henderson, who describes and names those in the extensive research of creating the Lone Ranger, as published in this complete old western magazine.
QUANTRILL, William Clark -1862-63. Location, KA, MO. Named in story of Doctor John W. Benson - called a bushwhacker chieftain but the author says he never fired a shot. His life and time is here recorded in article entitled THE STRANGE STORY OF QUANTRILL'S SURGEON by Raymond W. Thorp along with his death as published in the old and complete western magazine
QUANTRILL, William Clarke - 1870 - 1904 era, Location, Kansas. Named in "Marshal Cullinan's Iron Fist". by Dan Shannon. Story of the Marshal of Junction City of Kansas City, Tom Allen Cullinan who served for 40 years and bested with fists faster than bullets. Published in an old complete, seldom found and rarely read western magazine.
QUANTRILL, William Clarke * - Leader of Confederate Guerillas - 1862 era. Site: Lawrence, KS. Subject of 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.
QUANTRILL. William C. - 1850 - 80. Site - Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas . Named in the story entitled BELLE STARR, QUEEN BANDIT written by Vera Holding of America's most famous female bandit as found in this very unusual western magazine
QUANTRILL'S SURGEON * -1862-63. Location, KA, MO. Story of Doctor John W. Benson - called a bushwhacker chieftain but the author says he never fired a shot. His life and time is here recorded in article entitled THE STRANGE STORY OF QUANTRILL'S SURGEON by Raymond W. Thorp along with his death as published in the old and complete western magazine.
QUARANTINE HARBOR, ODESSA, RUSSIA * - 1918 - Pictured in article entitled A FLASHLIGHT ON SOME ASPECTS OF THE WAR with text describing the activities during World War I as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. Mint condition. 11 by 16 inches.
QUARLES, L. R., * - 1931 - Westinghouse Research Engineer pictured entitled THE BLOCK SIGNAL SYSTEM FOR THE AIRPLANE which is a new safety apparatus that causes a red light to flash on the instrument panel of a plane when flying condition become dangerous as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUARTER CIRCLE W. SPREAD purchased by Ben Ash mentioned in "Ben Ash Dakota Trail Blazer", by Joe Koller
QUARTER HORSES - Blood lines of great quarter horses as mentioned in the fabulous Quarter Horse Steel Dust story entitled The True Account of Texas' Most Celebrated Stallion as found in rare western magazine.
QUARTERMAINE, Charles * - 1923 - Starring in a John Galsworthy play at the Gaiety Theatre in New York showing stars and scenes of the play "LOYALTIES" entitled A POWERFUL PORTRAYAL OF EMOTIONS CROSS-CURRENTS IN PLAY as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
QUARTIER LATIN - 1899 - Named in review in Letters and Art Section of an old American News Magazine about story of Marie Bashkirtseff in Paris as an student. She was also an accomplished portrait painter and sculptor but primarily made her name as an author.
QUARTZ CREEK- 1884 - Location: Colorado. Named in article entitled "THE WOODSTOCK DISASTER" by R. L. Lowe, story of a snow slide that wiped out the tunnel and 3 gague tracks of the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad as found in this rare complete western magazine.
QUARTZBURGH - 1853 Era - LOCATION: CA. Named in story entitled SEVERED HEAD OF CANTU CREEK by William B. Secrest who explores the questions whether the California Rangers actually captured and decapitated the head of noted bandit, Joaquin Valancuela Murrieta. True story backed by newspaper clips as found in this old and complete western magazine.
QUAY, Matt, Senator - 1890 - 1900 era. Location: OK, TX. Named as Senator from Pennsylvania in story entitled I KNEW QUANAH PARKER by Wm. Cx Hancock. Rare pictures of Parker, his son and Squaws in a story of a powerful chief whose named calmed angry braves and so impressed a small white boy that he felt that benign influence many years later as published in this old and complete western magazine
QUAY, Matthew Stanley *, 1897 - Named in the pictorial genealogy entitled "Prominent America Families: The McKinley's as it was presented in 1897 in a very famous American publication as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEALY, Patrick J. * - 1924 - Wyoming native pictured and named in article as National Democratic Committeeman from Wyoming.. 11 by 16 inches. Mint condition
QUEBEC DOG SLED DERBY * - 1928M - Shown in a pictorial college entitled "ST. GODDARD WINS DOG SLED DERBY AT QUEBEC as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine..
QUEE, Ah - 1850 - 75 era. Site: CHINA, CA., MT, NV., SD, ND, TX. Named in history of Chinese immigrant workers on the western frontier and the prejudice they endured as entitled MANPOWER, CHINESE STYLE by Doris Cerveri and reported in this complete and seldom found western magazine
QUEEN ALEXANDRA - 1922 - Named in a pictorial collage entitled "EXECUTION AND BURIAL OF EDITH CAVELL" showing scenes of Edith Cavell's life, time and execution as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
QUEEN AT HOME * - 1931 - Picture is leading star Sylvia Field in article entitled Players Prominent in Broadway Attractions as leading actress in comedy "QUEEN AT HOME" playing at the Times Square Theatre as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
QUEEN CHARLOTTE, GIBBON, Alice, Miss * - 1928 - Pictured as the Consort of King George III at the Interstate Historical Costume Ball in a collage of pictures entitled BELLES AND BEAUX AT PICTURESQUE ASHEVILLE BALL, in North Carolina as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine..
QUEEN CHARLOTTES ISLAND, 1851 Era. Written up in, "The Wreck of the Sloop Georgianna" By: Flora Weed Hicks, story of the kidnapping of the Georgianna and crew by the Haida Indians of Queen Charlotte's Islands.
QUEEN CHURUBUSCO OF THE BLACK AND WHITE BALL - CHEATHAM, Virginia, Miss * - 1936 - Daughter of the Mexican agent of the Baldwin Locomotive Agent is pictured in article entitled " A BEAUTY QUEEN OF MEXICO FROM THE UNITED STATES " pictured following her selection as Queen Churubusco at the annual Black and White Ball at the Mexico City Country Club in weekly feature PERSONALITIES IN THE NEWS as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine.
QUEEN CITY, TEXAS * - 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.
QUEEN ELIZABETH OF GREECE * of ROMANIA ROYAL FAMILY * - 1929 - Picture w text entitled "Greater Romania's Tenth Birthday" with royal family pictured and named as saved from this old American News magazine.
QUEEN ELIZABETH OF GREECE AND PRINCE NICHOLAS of Rumania * - 1931 - He plans to marry a commoner has upset the Bucharest Court as pictured and featured in article entitled " A DISTURBER OF ROYALTY'S TRADITIONS" as saved from the weekly featured "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS" published in an American Magazine.
QUEEN INFANTA * - 1935 - Pictured as Queen Infanta is the daughter of New Jersey, Miss Ada Hoffman in collage entitled SEASIDE PAGEANTS as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN MARGHERITA OF ITALY * - 1907 - Pictured and written about is Italian poet Giosue Carducci in article entitled 'HOW ITALY MOURNS A POET" as the story of his recent death who Italy has regarded as a national treasure comparable to Cavour, Garibaldi, Mazzini and Victor Emmanuel as saved from this old American News Magaine.
QUEEN MARIE * - 1924 - Rumania Queen welcomed by Queen Mary of England and pictured in article entitled ROYALTY ACTS AS GUIDE TO ROYALTY as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN MARIE * - Dowager of ROMANIA ROYAL FAMILY * - 1929 - Picture w text entitled "Greater Roumania's Tenth Birthday" with royal family pictured and named as saved from this old American News magazine.
QUEEN MARY * - 1921 - Inspecting Princess Mary's Village Home at Addlestone, Surry pictured as saved from American Pictorial Magazine.
QUEEN MARY * - 1924 - Rumania Queen MARIE welcomed by Queen Mary of England and pictured in article entitled ROYALTY ACTS AS GUIDE TO ROYALTY as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN MARY OF ENGLAND * - 1931 - Pictured entitled A WAYSIDE GREETING TO THE KING AND QUEEN OF ENGLAND as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN MARY * - 1931 - Pictured and identified in article entitled PUTTING ON A ROYAL POLISH as it appeared in the weekly FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINER as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN MARY - British Ship lost as written up in "The Real Story Of Jutland" as published in 1926 in this American News Mag.
QUEEN MATEA of Rarotonga - 1870-1915 era - Location: CA, Cook Islands. Mentioned in “The Man Who ‘Took’ Wells Fargo,” by Colin Rickards. A story of Charles Wells Banks, who both he and his bosses at Wells Fargo knew was the best accountant in San Francisco, as published in this complete old western magazine.
QUEEN MOTHER ALEXANDRA * (England) - 1921 - Featured and pictured in "Royalties and Women of Note in America and Europe" as published in old American Pictorial Magazine.
QUEEN OCEANIA XXVII * - 1936 - Featured and pictured in article entitled " A WOMAN MAYOR Doris Bradway CROWNS A QUEEN" as she crown's Miss Eleanor Fulmer Queen Oceania XXVII at the Wildwood, New Jersey Annual Baby Parade as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
QUEEN OF BERLIN. * - 1931 - Miss Germany awards trophy to Queen of Berlin Fraulein Ingebord Brauer contest winner at Luna Park as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN OF BULGARIA * - 1917 - Pictured is the Queen of Bulgaria nursing one of the orphans at the Sofia Hospital she help found as published in article entitled THE RED CROSS AND THE RED CRESCENT SERVE THE SAME END as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN OF COPPER * - 1890 - 20 era. Location Arizona. When an old prospector came struggling into Fort Bowie in Arizona Indian Territory hungry and tired. Well, he had come to the right place cause three of the soldiers there had found some funny looking rock and wanted him to stake a claim. They shook hands, became a partnership and founded the THE QUEEN OF COPPER as here found in this western magazine by Dale F. Underwood.
QUEEN OF SHEBA, 1900 era. Written up in "Lorena Tricky-Rodeo Bonanza Queen" By: Sam Henderson. Story of the do-or-die girl herself who made a name for herself in the man's rodeo arena.
QUEEN OF TENNIS. * - 1931 - Mrs. Helen Wills Moody is shown with her partner, Mrs George W. Wightman of Boston along with tennis stars they defeated at the Longwood Bowl Matches at Brookline, Mass. as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN OF THE KLONDIKE - 1898 era - Another name for Klondike Kate in story of the "girls" that made a warm bed in the cold of the Gold Rush but Klondike Kate was probably the toughest and smartest. In her life story entitled "Klondike Strumpet", she bested the rest of the "call girls" outwitting gamblers, prospectors, miners while fleecing sourdoughs. She was one of a kind, so much so, that in the end, Time and Newsweek reported on her death.
QUEEN OF THE LOS ANGELES FAIR, PETTUS, Ann Harriett, Miss * - 1934 - Pictured in article entitled "THE QUEEN OF THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY FAIR as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN OF THE PENDLETON ROUND-UP * - 1925 - Pictured and written about is Miss Mildred Rogers as Queen of the Pendleton Round-up, presenting Melissa Parr with a Indian Blanket for winning the All-American Beauty Contest at the Pendleton Rodeo in Oregon as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
QUEEN OF THE PENDLETON ROUND-UP* - 1931 - Miss Betty Bond, pictured and featured in pictorial collage as "THE QUEEN OF THE PENDLETON ROUND-UP", a co-ed of the University of Oregon who presided as saved from this old American Pictorial Mag.
QUEEN OF THE SHRINERS, Miss Lucille Smith * - 1931 - Cleveland, Ohio pretty pictured as 17 year old Queen of the Shriner's' Convention. Article entitled WEARING SHRINEDOM'S CROWN as saved from an old American Pictorial Magazine
QUEEN OF THE SNOWS * - 1933 - Pictured on the cover is entitled QUEEN OF THE SNOWS is Miss Betty Edwards as the Queen of the Winter Sports Tournament at Lake Arrowhead, California.
QUEEN OF THE SNOWS AND KING OF THE KLONDIKE * - 1890 - 1920 era. Location: Alaska. Great story 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.
QUEEN OF THE UTAH GOLD CAMPS * - 1860 - 1900's - Location - UT. Story entitled "QUEEN OF THE UTAH GOLD CAMPS" by George A. Thompson citing names of individuals and the mines of the old Gold camp. Important mine research tool as found in this old Western magazine.
QUEEN OF THE UTES* - 1879 - 1924. Location: CO, UT, Washington D. C. Subject of life of CHIPETA entitled QUEEN OF THE UTES by Everett Bair who writes the story of this gallant Ute Indian woman who saved many lives in the Meeker massacre and achieved lasting fame as found in this 50 year old, complete western magazine which has achieved a status as a collector's item.
QUEEN OF THE WEST * - Steamer mentioned in "Queen of the West" By: Al Eason, the history of the founding of Jefferson, Texas and the fight with Jay Gould over the Caddo-Soda basin as found in this old, complete, western magazine.
QUEEN OF THE WINTER CARNIVAL, BANAFF, ALBERTA CANADA * - 1924 - Vancouver, B. C. - Featured in Pictorial collage is Queen Mrs. Frank Patrick in article entitled "Queen Who Wears A Mackinaw For A Royal Robe as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN OF THE YUKON - MOLLY WALSH * - 1890 - 1930 era. Location: AL, Seattle, WA. Story entitled "MOLLY WALSH - QUEEN OF THE YUKON" by Harriet Farnsworth tells of this heroine of the Yukon as she fed and lodged the widest gold crazed men and of the monument that was dedicated to her near Skagway, Alaska as found in a rare and seldom read western magazine which is complete and in mint condition.
QUEEN OF WHEAT * - 1931 - Pictured is Miss Mary Theresa Baer of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania who was chosen Queen of the Wheat Harvest Festival in the Pocono Mountains of that state as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN PARK RANGERS FOOTBALL TEAM. * - using new training methods shown in a combination leap from the springboard at the Chiswick Open Air Baths saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
QUEEN RAMBAIBARNI * - 1932 - Featured in articled entitled SIAM'S PINK-TEA REVOLT which tells of King graciously renounces absolutism to retain throne as saved from this old American News Magazine.
QUEEN SNOW * - 1923 - Pictured in article entitled "BEAUTY REIGNS IN COLORFUL PAGEANT AND CARNIVAL" at the 9th Annual Pageant at the Municipal Open-Air Theatre in Forrest Park, St. Louis, Missouri as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
QUEEN SOPHIE OF GREECE * - 1922 - Pictured with family in article entitled GREEK KING IN EXILE shown at their future home in exile at Palermo, Sicily as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN SOPHIE OF GREECE.* - 1931 -Pictured and written about in article entitled ' ROYALTY IN EXILE LEARNS THE ART OF SELF-HELP: FORMER QUEEN OF GREECE carrying her old chair at the Heatherdown School Sports Meeting at Ascot, England and saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN TITANIA * - Pictured is Miss Gladys V. Trowbridge of Maplewood, New Jersey as Queen Titania from Maplewood, New Jersey in pictorial collage of events entitled "A QUEEN AND HER SUBJECTS IN ASBURY PARK'S BABY PARADE" as indexed and saved from this old American Pictorial magazine. 11 by 16 inches in excellent condition
QUEEN VICTORIA - 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
QUEEN VICTORIA - 1850 ERA - Site - California.- Named in great true story entitled LOLA MONTEZ - A MOST NOTORIOUS LADY who had the benefit of great looks and a royal title -- Countess of Landsfelt - conferred her by King Ludwig of Bavaria. She came to conquer hearts and to gain political power through her charms and she did according to author Louise Cheney as published in this complete and seldom found western magazine
QUEEN VICTORIA - 1860 - 1920 era. Location: CO, KS, Named in story entitled "THE LIVE, LOVES, AND BATTLES OF MADAM MATTIE SILKS" by Louise Cheney who writes of Madam Mattie Silks in her occupation of choice but beneath the tough, dazzling opportunism of her job which was a necessary characteristic, there beat the normal heart of a woman as found in this old and complete western magazine.
QUEEN VICTORIA EUGENIA OF SPAIN * - 1931 - A collage of royal pictures entitled "KING ALFONSO GOES INTO EXILE" as saved as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUEEN VICTORIA* - 1880 - 1920 era - Location: United States, Europe. Named in historical biography entitled ANNIE OAKLEY by Al Mendez detailing facts and feats of America's legendary Annie Oakley with pictures and drawing revealing little known details of her life from inception to become the legendary heroine of America as found in this complete western magazine.
QUEEN VICTORIA - 1864 era - Location - MO. Named in story of Bloody Bill Anderson* - the guerilla chief who deposed Quantrill and went looting and killing along the Brunswick Road in Missouri . This includes picture of James Thorp who was nearly hung and text inc. family genealogy of Raymond Thorpe's inc. wife, mother and father, and more as found in this old and complete western magazine.
QUEEN VICTORIA - 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
QUEEN VICTORIA, - 1840 - 1926 - Site: Western United States. Named in THE DUDE FROM LIMERICK, a true story written by Marshall Sprague of the Earl of Dunraven, a wealthy Lord from England who just had to experience the thrills of our pioneer west. He wanted to meet Buffalo Bill, Texas Jack, Kit Carson and lots of Indian Squaws. And he did and this recites those events as published in a rare Western Magazine
QUEEN VICTORIA’S COURT mentioned in "Man of Destiny", by: Jay F. Kay
QUEEN WILHELMINA - 1860 - 1900 era. Site: IL, KA, OK. Named in story entitled PAWNEE BILL "LITTLE GIANT OF OKLAHOMA" by G. L. Savage which tells of the personal experience of Major Gordon W. "Pawnee Bill" Lillie as a western legend of the pioneer era as found in this old and complete western magazine.
QUEEN ZITA - 1900 - 1911. Location: AZ Territory, Mexico. Named as gypsy wife of Romaine Treator in story entitled "FACE AT THE WINDOW" by Anna Payne as told to Tom Bailey who prints her story of the murder of her father and mother and the revenge she gained upon the murderer with the help of an unlikely ally, Pancho Villa as found in this 50 year old collectible western magazine in complete and mint condition.
QUEEN - Early 1900 era. SITE IDAHO, KENTUCKY. Horse named in history entitled THE LAND OF WILD HORSES, BREATHING WELLS, AND HEARTBREAK -- the story of Ruben and Mary Claunch and their pioneer days in the area of Big Butte where they battled snow, cold, rattlesnakes, snow blindness while settling a homestead and raising a family as found in this seldom read western magazine.
QUEEN, Edward E. - 1913, 20 June - White Oaks, New Mexico.- Mine rescuer referred to in this Mining History entitled "Trapped Alive" by Zero Vail of the Leadville Mining Claim saving "Square John" Keith from death.
QUEENIE SMITH * - 1925 - Dancing Comedienne who is playing Leading role in "Tip-Toes" as pictured and saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
QUEENIE - Early Pioneer America - Location: American West. Medicine Hat Cow Pony Named in story entitled "THE SPANISH BARB" by Leo Gaudreau with photos courtesy of author who tells the history of the "American Mustang Horse" - its birth and breeding from beginning as found in this old complete western magazine.
QUEHIDIS. - 1840 - 1870's. Location TX. Named in story entitled Comanche Chief by Zoe A. Tilghman which contains important genealogical info of family including. his daughter, Mrs. Neda Birdsong and contains facts which the author says straighten out stories of Adobe Wells and other Indian battles led by Chie Quanah Parker as published in this old, rare and complete magazine
QUERETARAN MISSION - 1540 - 1770 ERA. Location: NM, TX, MEXICO. Pictured and named in story entitled CAME THE BAREFOOTED PRIESTS by Frieda and Samuel Hyatt - the story of the humble priests who braved danger to bring their Christian religion to the "heathen" Indians as told in this old, complete western magazine
QUESADA, Elwood *, Lieutenant (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
QUESENBERRY, Joseph * Lieutenant (Las Cruces, New Mexico – Honor Roll – Died from Wounds received in Action)
QUESTION MARK (Record Holding Airplane, U. S. Army) 1929 -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
QUEZON, Aurora * daughter of President, pictured in collage of pictures of Celebration of Proclamation of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - 1935.
QUEZON, Manuel * President, pictured in collage of pictures of Celebration of Proclamation of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - 1935.
QUEZON, Manuel L. * - 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 election as first President of the Philippine Commonwealth
QUEZON, Manuel L., * - 1932 - President of the Filipino Senate and favored to become President and pictured and featured in article entitled " MANUEL PATRICK HENRY" as saved from the weekly featured "FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS" published in an American Pictorial Magazine.
QUEZON, Manuel Luis * Senor. President of the Philippines Senate. Featured article entitled Stone and Salute in the Medicine Section of this old American News Magazine of 1934. Entered Johns Hopkins Hospital under the name of Pedro Lopez).
QUEZON, Manuel, Jr. * son of President, pictured in collage of pictures of Celebration of Proclamation of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - 1935.
QUEZON, Manuel, Mrs. * Wife of President, pictured in collage of pictures of Celebration of Proclamation of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - 1935.
QUEZON, Zenaida * daughter of President, pictured in collage of pictures of Celebration of Proclamation of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - 1935.
QUIAMASHOUSKIN (Indian) - 1847 era, Location: OR. Named in story entitled DAY OF MASSACRE by Paul T. Scott who tells of the Whitman massacre at Waiilatpu Mission in Oregon - a true story of the true brutality of some of the American Indians along the Oregon trail as found in this 50 year old, complete, western magazine.
QUICK DRUGSTORE, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON * 1900 era - :Location: OR. Named in true story entitled JOSHUA CREFFIELD - Death of a Prophet by Roberta O. McKern is a fascinating story of old Salvation Army History of Corvallis, Oregon where the leader took himself a little too seriously and deserted the Army and formed his own church which he called Church of the Brides Christ and proclaimed himself the true saviour while searching through his flock for the mother to be of his son as saved from this old, complete and rare western magazine.
QUICK, Daniel Flora Quick's Dad mentioned in "Flora Quick, Alias Tom King" By: Leola Lehman
QUICK, Flora * Alias Tom King, Professional Horse Thief mentioned in "Flora Quick, Alias Tom King" By: Leola Lehman
QUICK, Florence * , 1870 - 90 era - Missouri, Kansas - (Also named Eugnia Moore and Mrs. Daisy Bryant Jones.) Named and pictured in historical story entitled "Bob Dalton's Bandit 'Bride'". Story of Florence Quick and her lover, Bob Dalton, and their ride in life of banditry and danger as published in this very rare and complete western magazine.
QUICK, Leonard G. * Private (Buffalo, New York – Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
QUICKSAND * - 1928 - Featured as actor is ROBERT AMES in pictorial collage entitled NEW AND OLD FAVORITES OF THE BROADWAY STAGE as saved from this old American Pictorial magazine
QUIEAL, Hamawre * - 1923 - 55 era. AZ, IWO JIMA, Washington, D. C. Pima Indian Veteran, lst Arizona Volunteer Infantry, Co. B., named in this wonderful story and tribute to this hero of Marines entitled TAPS FOR IRA HAYES by Maurice Kildare who has been immortalized by the famous statute of the raising of the United States flag at Mt. Surburbachi, Iwo Jima in World War II. Tells of his Pima Indian reservation life and pulls no punches as found in this extremely rare and complete Western Magazine.
QUIGNO, Henry * Private (Watervliet, Michigan – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
QUIHI, TEXAS -- 1854 - 1922 - POLAND, TX. Named in story entitled POLISH PEASANTS IN WILDERNESS COUNTRY by Constantina Adamietz with photo provided by the Institute of Texas Culture of Polish immigrants in colonial Texas history as found in old western, complete magazine
QUILLEN, Bill - 1865-90 - Cherokee Strip, Indian Territory, Oklahoma. Named in rare autobiography entitled COWBOYS AND CATTLELAND, by H. H. Halsell, the story of life of the old Cherokee Strip Riders who galloped up and down the Cimarron Strip with Halsell in the years thru 1889 as published in this rarely found and seldom opened old, complete western magazine
QUILLIN, Frank U. * Doctor, Toledo, Ohio. 1922 Shown as his desk in the Veterans Bureau serving as Chief of the Employment Service.
QUIMBY, Ethel - 7 year old's case covered in - 1902 - Discourse over Christian Science and Manslaughter as published in American News Magazine.
QUIMBY, Moses - 1850 era - Inventor, Multiple Level Hive Box - Written about in- "Bringing Honey to the Land of Milk". History of Hunting Wild Bees in the Oregon Territory circa 1850's as published in an old western magazine.
QUIMBY, Phineas Parkhurst * - 1907 - Article entitled "Mark Twain on the Authorship of 'Science and Health' in which Twain claims that Mary Baker Eddy actually duplicated the work of Phineas Parkhurst Quimby's in her new book, "Science and Health.
QUIMET, Francis * - 1932 - Pictured and written about in article entitled A CHAMPION WHO CAME BACK AFTER 17 YEARS is shown as the Winner of the United States Amateur Title at Chicago with her family at home in Boston in weekly featured article entitled GOLF'S TOP-NOTCHERS IN THE PLAY OF 1931 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUINAULT INDIAN RESERVATION mentioned in "Tex Banta Mountain Man of the 1880’s", by: O. W. Banta, Submitted By: Wayne Spiller
QUINAULT INDIAN TRIBE * - 1924 - Quinault Indian Tribe. Miss Marie Lohre is pictured in pictorial collage entitled. "FLOWER OF INDIAN MAIDENHOOD after being chosen as the most beautiful Indian girl of the Northwest.. Mint Condition, 11 by 16 inches
QUINCY, Elias., - Daughter of President (1836) of Harvard University Three Hundredth Birthday Celebration - Pictorial brochure including photo collage of various remembrances of Harvard as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
QUINCY, Josiah., - President (1836) of Harvard University Three Hundredth Birthday Celebration - Pictorial brochure including photo collage of various remembrances of Harvard as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
QUINCY, MASS. LAUNCHING OF U. S - S - TYPE AMERICAN SUBMARINE * - 1920 - Pictorial collage entitled "AMERICA'S GREATEST SUBMARINE TAKES THE WATER" as launched at Quincy Mass and saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine.
QUINISS indian mentioned in "Charles Chaboillez-First American Fur Trader"
QUINLIVEN, Mike - 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.
QUINN BROTHERS - 1880 - 1920 - Location Ireland, NV, LA, OH. Named in horse race story entitled RAWHIDE PAYS ITS RESPECTS by Guy Mayo, the story of Riley Grannan, the King of the sport of Kings who is described as a turf plunger as noted for his imperturbability as for the large sums he bet as told in this complete, rare western magazine.
QUINN RIVER VALLEY mentioned in "Lost Bonanza of the Santa Rosas" by William E. Whelchel
QUINN, Alison * - 1936 - Pictured in article entitled THE FEDERAL THEATRE OF THE DANCE IN REHEARSAL are Alison Quinn and Milton Frankel rehearsing their dance in "Young Tramps" as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
QUINN, Daniel J. * Sergeant (Johnstown, Pennsylvania – Honor Roll - Died of Wounds)
QUINN, Edward W.,. * - 1924 - Mayor of Cambridge and National Committeeman from Mass. to National Democratic Convention pictured in article entitled OFFICERS AND LEADING FIGURES OF THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE.. 11 by 16 inches in mint condition as saved from old American Pictorial Magazine
QUINN, Jack - 1840 - 1880 era. :Location: IRELAND, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND. Brother of Nelly Quinn Kelly named in a strange American rendition of the legend of Australia's old west hero, Edward "Ned" Kelly. GREAT READ as published in this seldom found complete western publication.
QUINN, John, Mrs. * - 1924 - Pictured in article entitled HOSTESSES FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT OF THE WOMEN AT THE CONVENTION as being a member of the Open House Committee.. 11 by 16 inches in mint condition as saved from old American Pictorial Magazine..
QUINN, Joseph F. * Private (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Honor Roll – Died of Wounds)
QUINN, Mary, Miss, * - 1931 - Pictured in article entitled THE FIRST GIRL TO WIN A VARSITY LETTER IN HER SCHOOL of the University of California as named in published feature as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
QUINN, Patricia * - 1935 - Star of "TOBACCO ROAD" as pictured in article entitled THE STAGE as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUINN, Regina, Miss * - 1921 - Pictorial cover of American Magazine with portrait of Miss Regina Quinn photograph by Edward Thayer Monroe as saved from this old American pictorial magazine.
QUINN, Robert * - 1922 - Pictured are American League Representatives in session in Washington, Feb., 8, 1922 as saved from this old American pictorial magazine
QUINN, Russell - 1870"s era. Location: CA, UT. - Author of Story entitled "THE GREAT DIAMOND HOAX" with illustrations by B. J. McCausey which tells of Philip Arnold and John Slack, a couple of weather-beaten prospectors who wandered into the Bank of California acting like wonder-struck simpletons to deposit a buckskin sack of diamonds and the furor created as published in this complete and old western magazine.
QUINN, William, Mrs. (2nd cousin of Jean Hickok McCormick) * - 1850 era - Location: VA and Western United States. Named in story entitled THE REAL CALAMITY JANE by Kathryn Wright of Martha Jane Cannary - called Calamity Jane here and the life of this legendary figure on the pioneer front of the western United States as found in this old and complete western magazine
QUINN, William D. * Private (Elkhorn, Nebraska – Honor Roll – Killed in Action)
QUINTANA, Rosita - 1800's era - Colorado - 2nd wife named in "Tom Tobin, Reluctant Hero" by Editha L. Watson, the story of Tom Tobin, who at great personal danger, collected outlaw's heads, guided explorers through the Rockies and found and rescued a couple of youngsters given up for lost as published in this rare and complete old western magazine.
QUINTER, William C. * Corporal (Pottstown, Pennsylvania - Honor Roll - Killed in Action)
QUINERO, S. y J. Alvarez - 1926 - Spain - Named amed nn story entitled "Spain's Greatest Actress", Maria Guerrero who has been called the Spanish Sara Bernhardt is making her premier American engagement.
QUINTON, OKLAHOMA - 1890 - 1900 era. Location OK, TN, TX. Named in story entitled FROM NIGHT HERD TO DEPUTY MARSHAL who tells of the real western life of herding cattle on the old ranches, breaking greenhorns, roping calves and, later of keeping law and order in pioneer days as published in this old, complete western magazine
QUIRK, Billy - 1900 era - Location: MA, MT. Named in story entitled "A FRIENDSHIP TO LIFT THE HEART" by Forrest Crossen relating tales of the lifetime association of Joe Thoroughman and Charlie Russell, the noted American Western Artist as found in this issue of an old Western magazine.
QUIROGA, Santiago Casares. * - 1936 -Former High Commissioner of Spanish Morocco, he is pictured in article entitled " SPAIN'S NEW PREMIER", whose resume is points out his anti-Communist views as reported in the weekly feature FOOTNOTES ON A WEEK'S HEADLINERS as saved from this old American Pictorial Magazine
QUISTCONCK *, SHIP - - 1918 - A pictorial collage and text entitled "PRESIDENT WILSON WAVING HIS HAT AT THE LAUNCHING OF THE QUISTCONCK, THE FIRST SHIP LAUNCHED AT HOG ISLAND, THE WORLD LARGEST SHIPYARD" as saved from old American pictorial magazine.
QUITAQUE DIVISION, SLAUGHTER RANCH * - Pioneer West Era. Location - Western United States. Pictured 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
QUITMAN, General, U. S. Marine * - Illustrated history of the United States Marine Corps entitled "The Marine Corps Tradition" by Bruce Catton. Multi numbered pictures and engravings of events at Tripoli, Chapultepec, Civil War, Uniforms, Posters, etc. as published in this old American Hardback magazine.
QUIVEY, O. K. (General Agricultural Agent of the B&O Railroad) * - 1927 - Baltimore, Ohio. Pictured and named in story entitled A GREAT AMERICAN RAILROAD CELEBRATES ITS CENTENARY showing picture of employees performing "The Birth of A Railroad" at the Lyric Theatre, Baltimore Maryland as saved from this old American New magazine. 11 by16 inches. Mint condition
QUONG KEE,* - 1880's era - location - Tombstone, Arizona. Named in "Tombstone's Last Celestial" . Story of Quong Kee's whose Tombstone friends learned he had been buried at Evergreen cemetery, they immediately raised funds to bring Quong home and bury him in Boothill cemetery in Tombstone. As a Chinese immigrant, he had made friends and money in Arizona at his famous restaurant, Can - Can.. elsewhere they immediately raised funds to bring Quong home, as published in a complete western magazine.
QUONG KEE * - 1900's - China, Tombstone, AZ. Subject of story entitled THE LAST OF TOMBSTONE'S CHINESE - in a special featured "They Built The West". ..covering the life story of Quong Kee - a Chinese immigrant who made friends and reputation in the west as found in this old complete western magazine.
QUONG TUCK COMPANY* - 1890 - 1940 era. CHINN GEE HEE, owner as pictured in famed Photographer Curtis Asahel story entitled "CHRONICLER OF THE NORTHWEST" by Richard Frederick with breathtaking pictures of his unbelievable photographs as found in this expensive, enamel paged slick western magazine in mint condition.
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