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Image for Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, September 24, 1949 - How a Movie Gets Made / Sloppy Louie Morino's

Collier's, The National Weekly Magazine, September 24, 1949 - How a Movie Gets Made / Sloppy Louie Morino's

By: Frazier, George; Courtney, W.B.; O'Reilly, John; Palmer, Cap; Gehman, Richard B.; Gordon, Ethel Edison; Petracca, Joseph; Frank, Harriet Jr.; Gardner, Erle Stanley; Kirch, James A.

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Springfield, Ohio, The Crowell-Collier Publishing Company: 1949

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 534g1548

Condition: Good


78 pages. Articles: Gorgeous cover photo of Phyllis Bergquist of Evanston, Illinois; The Christian Science Monitor (part 1 of 3); Francis Wallace's 10th Football Preview - great color game and player photos; Four Friends Abroad - the interesting photo-illustrated story of the reconstruction of a French textile mill with American help; Return of our Soaring Giants; How a Movie Gets Made - The Stratton Story (conclusion); Make Mine Fish - Sloppy Louie Morino's restaurant near New York City's Fulton Fish Market - article with color photo of Sloppy Louie with customer John Von Glahn; Jim and Jean ... View more info

Image for True West Magazine: December 1972 - Special Treasure Issue

True West Magazine: December 1972 - Special Treasure Issue

By: Green, Ford; Keuker, Clinton G.; Barkdull, Tom; Hawkins, Amos; Smillie, Jack; Murray, Tom G.; Richmond, Robert W.; White, Marjorie; Browne, Tom; Myers, Olevia E.; Moore, Jean Michael; Denio, Russ; Paul, Jan S.; Ryan, Tom K.

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1972

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 348g2482

Condition: Good


Features: Lost loot of Monterrey - also known as the Davis Mountain Tresure and Skeleton Canyon Treasure; The Lone Ranger - an introduction to what went on behind the microphone of the radio show which introduced several generations to the Old West; A Prairie Town's Nameless Grave - little boy died of a broken heart in Elrod, South Dakota; I packed Al Morrow out of the Superstitions - the Lost Dutchman won again; The Philosophy of a Pioneer Lawman - certain rules of jurisdiction had to be bent a little; Last of the Burromen - Seldom Seen Slim; Gallows on the Treeless Plains - rail bridges used... View more info

Image for Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 14, 1947: Cover Photo of Baseball Umpire Cal Hubbard / Passing of Henry Ford

Newsweek - The Magazine of News Significance, April 14, 1947: Cover Photo of Baseball Umpire Cal Hubbard / Passing of Henry Ford

By: Hazlitt, Henry; et al

Price: $199.95

Publisher: USA, Weekly Publications: 1947

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 302g3313

Condition: Fair


108 pages. Features: Nice color Nash car ad inside front cover; Very nice color ad for Ford Trucks features Mr. Brice Woody, Manager of the Gillespie Ranch of Tishomingo, Oklahoma; National Dairy Products Corp. ad features young boy posing like The Massive Massimo, whose illustration appears on the wall behind him; Texaco ad for their Havoline motor oil features colour illustration of bowler; Photo of 6'-9" basketball player Harry Boykoff; Nice color ad for red Dodge convertible; Interesting stylized color art ad for the state of Idaho/Container Corp. of America; Boeing ad features photo ... View more info

Image for Hit Parader Magazine, October 1950 Vol. VIII No. 11

Hit Parader Magazine, October 1950 Vol. VIII No. 11

By: Hersey, Harold: Editor

Price: $89.95

Publisher: New York, U.S.A., Charlton Publishing Corporation: 1950

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 749g0087

Condition: Fair


18 pages. Cover: Audrey Totter Features include: "Duchess of Idaho" Star Studded preview of Metro-Goldwyn Mayer musical starring Esther Williams, Van Johnson and Lena Horne; Sammy Kaye's Kwiz Kolum; Disc Data and Song of the Month "Vagabond Shoes" by Vic Damone. Collection of lyrics to the popular songs of that era including: The Dixieland Ball; Pretty Baby; Mona Lisa; and many more. A short opening back cover. Two 1" openings along spine. Front cover clean and bright. A worthy reading copy. View more info

Image for Weekend Magazine, 25 May 1963 - Princess Alexandra of Kent Bridal Cover Photo

Weekend Magazine, 25 May 1963 - Princess Alexandra of Kent Bridal Cover Photo

By: Johnson, Pamela Hansford; Joubert, Sir Philip; Nagle, Patrick; Moss, Bruce; Blackmore, Bob; O'Brien, Andy

Price: $299.95

Publisher: London, ON, Canada, The London Free Press: 1963

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 319g0724

Condition: Good


48 pages. Features: There's a New Chic to the Soviet Woman - the tough austerity of Stalin's era has begun to soften, and the ladies are taking the lead - article with great photos; Cowboy Charioteers - brief article and three photos of chariot racing in Idaho; How Billy Barker Won his V.C. (Victoria Cross) - It was One Against 60 so he decided to Ram! - long article with illustrations; Yukon Artist Inger Fiskaa - article with photos; Regina's Wascana Lake Bird Sanctuary - article with photos; Candles With a Twist - a profitable business for Creston, B.C. teacher Sigurd Askevold - story with ... View more info

Image for Country Gentleman, The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living - November (Nov.) 1950: Why are Farmers Joining Labor Unions?

Country Gentleman, The Magazine for Better Farming, Better Living - November (Nov.) 1950: Why are Farmers Joining Labor Unions?

By: Kelland, Clarence Budington; Fowler, Bertram B.; Rich, Louise Dickinson; et al

Price: $129.95

Publisher: USA, Curtis Pub Co: 1950

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 301h2268

Condition: Good


168 pages. Features: Why are farmers joining labor unions?; How we feed our champion carlots - Karl Hoffman north of Ida Grove, IA; 4-H is our best salesman abroad - large Austrian presence; Surface drainage can double yields - Ashtabula, OH; Peas and wheat and politics - Elvon Hampton of Idaho's Palouse; Farmer recipes for home-cured ham; Titan of trees - the redwood; Brooder pens for calves at the Intermountain Institute Farm, Weiser, ID; 75 million acres get a new lease on life - killing mesquite in the southwest range country; It pays to know your soil; How to start a dairy herd; Mrs. Rut... View more info

Image for True West Magazine: July / August 1979 - Western Gunfighters / Laura Ingalls' Untold Stories

True West Magazine: July / August 1979 - Western Gunfighters / Laura Ingalls' Untold Stories

By: King, Bill; Ball, Goodson, Bud; Gann, Walter W.; Hunter, George; O'Neal, Bill; Lebec, RAlph; Charbo, Eileen Miles; Vail, Zero; Packer, C.L.; Huntley, Paul, L.; Green, Roberta

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1979

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 348g2483

Condition: Good


64 pages. Features: The Garden City, Kansas Cattleman's Carnival - article with great photos; Mexico Bound - remember the first time you left home?; Ben Kilpatrick's Last Stand - death was waiting in the baggage car of westbound SP Train #1; Panning at Old Humbug - Shasta City, California in 1853; Trigger Fingers - Nervous or otherwise, they took the pulse of the American West; The "Eventful" Day of Sam Butterworth - trapped in a tree half blind and surrounded with Indians loaded with plenty of booze and matches!; Laura Ingalls' Untold Stories; A Man Whose Time Hadn't Come - Talmage P... View more info

Image for The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, December (Dec.) 1926, Vol. LVIII, No. 344 - Mussolini's War Against the Mafia

The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, December (Dec.) 1926, Vol. LVIII, No. 344 - Mussolini's War Against the Mafia

By: Malyon, Major F.H.; Burton-Warnock, J.; Bailey, Hiram P.; Vivian, Herbert; Stent, Vere; Siringo, C.; tench, C.; Lloyd-Watkins, H.; Hogg, J.McMillan, R.; Tucker, F. Booth

Price: $199.95

Publisher: London, George Newnes: 1926

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 123g3922

Condition: Fair


Pages 86-168+ 20 pages of nice ads, including photo of Earle E. Liederman, "The Muscle Builder". Features: Mazulla and His Sahib, part 1 - moving Indian adventures, with photos; Neilson's New Man -a story of country life in New Zealand; The Tale-Teller of Algiers - the strange adventure of a visitor to Algiers in October, 1925; Mussolini's War Against the Mafia in Sicily - describes the first stage of the great 'clean-up' - a most dramatic and exciting business - article with photos of Police Commissioner Spano, Signor Mori of Palermo, Gaetono Ferrarello, Carmelo Andaloro, Salvatore... View more info

Image for Frontier Times Magazine: November, 1969

Frontier Times Magazine: November, 1969

By: Mulltiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1969

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842a0486

Condition: Very Good


Features: Three Generations of Lawman - the Roy Johnston Family at Yukon, Oklahoma; The Myth of Deadwood Dick - six men who vied for the honor of being the 'hero' who never existed; Noisy, Sinful Goldfield, Nevada; And the Band Played On!; Wrangling Dudes in Yellowstone; Quicksand - Nature's Booby Trap; Silent Night of the Hermit; Fastest Track West of the Mississippi - some unforgettable races in old Spokane; The Fine Art of Ignoring Trouble - the town of Two Dot; Buried Riches on Old Horn's Peak; Murdered in Church - Socorro, New Mexico; Fishing in Idaho - spear heads; Mein Herr Gets a Look ... View more info

Image for Frontier Times Magazine: September, 1970

Frontier Times Magazine: September, 1970

By: Mulltiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1970

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842a0491

Condition: Good


Features: Brakeman on the Great Northern - W.S. Dulmage - long article with great photos; Lost Arch Nuggets; The West's Most Competent Mercenary - Emilio Kosterlitzsky; Dodging the Road Agents - an Oregon tale; Sixty Years ago on the Kootenai; You don't chase the wild bunch on a bycycle - bank robbery at Montpelier, Idaho; Old-time storekeeper - Civilization's advance scout - Thomas McGuill; Cheyenne girl and white man's ways - Amache Ochinee Prowers; Under the wing of the Raven - Temple Houston, youngest son of Sam Houston; All the news that's fit to laugh at! - Colonel Robert Lowery, famous ... View more info

Image for Frontier Times Magazine: November, 1971

Frontier Times Magazine: November, 1971

By: Mulltiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1971

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 842a0498

Condition: Very Good


Features: Martial law in the Coeur D'Alenes - Burke, Idaho, Shoshone County; Shoestrong operation on the flats - an early story from California; outlaw loot in Missoula - when Cy Skinner was hanged by vigilantes, no one knew where his gold was buried; Hope's Sundown - hard times at Cleveland, Texas; "Surplus Volunteers" vs. redskins - Fort Laramie; The about-face of a buffalo hunter - Charles Jesse "Buffalo" Jones; Dark day at Darlington - an agency doctor who lost his son to the Cheyennes remembers; Cowgirl - rodeo's sugar and spice; and more. Clean and unmarked with light we... View more info

Image for Frontier Times Magazine: September 1973

Frontier Times Magazine: September 1973

By: Mulltiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1973

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 852a0509

Condition: Very Good


Features: A place called Topock, Arizona; His own Paula Revere - "The Sheriff is coming!"; The Soda Springs (Idaho) treasures; Reminiscences of a Trail Cutter - Walter B. Self; Queen of the Snows and King of the Klondike - Mollie Walsh and Packer Jack Newman; A Patron Saint and a little backing - Don Ana, New Mexico; Lion Mountain Silver Camps; Haunted Waterhole; the courage of Charlotte Martin - Ox Driving Girl; Forgotten man of Sutter's Mill - Charles Bennett may deserve credit for California's gold rush; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with minimal wear. Excellent copy. View more info

Image for Frontier Times Magazine: July 1974 *BADMAN-LAWMAN SPECIAL*

Frontier Times Magazine: July 1974 *BADMAN-LAWMAN SPECIAL*

By: Mulltiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 852a0514

Condition: Very Good


Features: U.S. Marshal Red Lucas - 3,600 arrests!; "Nobody is my Name" - what happened when a spaghetti western was filmed in ghost town Mogollon, New Mexico; Vallecito's Treasures - a recent find suggests they may exist; French Runaway in Arizona - friend of the sourdoughs, Joe Mayer specialized in grubstakes; A most extraordinary fugitive - Henry Meiggs; mystery priest's cache; life on an Idaho Cattle Ranch; Kanaka Joe - boy murderer on San Juan Island; Queen of the Utah Gold Camps - Kimberly, Utah; Ike Dotson was hard to kill; and more. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light w... View more info

Image for Frontier Times Magazine, July 1965

Frontier Times Magazine, July 1965

By: Mulltiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications: 1965

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823c5176

Condition: Good


Features: Founder of the Cowboy Camp Meeting - William B. Bloys at Fort Davis, Texas in 1888; Shoot-out on Christmas Day, 1883 at McDade, Texas in Bastrop County - Thomas Bishop and George Milton; Boom Days at Ash Meadows, Nevada; Strawmen and Marshals - Ellensburg, WA and locality circa 1906; Greatest living hunter - Clell Lee; Riding the Shale Rock Trail; Paul P. Lawson and Idaho adventures; Victim of the "White Night" - unfortunate Joseph Hahn, after whom Hahn's Peak was named; Whipping Tree - primitive form of Seminole justice rarely suffered repeat offenders; John J. Tomlinson - S... View more info

Image for Trains and Travel: August 1953: Volume 13, Number 10

Trains and Travel: August 1953: Volume 13, Number 10

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Kalmbach: 1953

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 768a9792

Condition: Fair


Features: Famous steam locomotives - for 6 years the 4 - 4 - 0 sat in the mud at the end of a forgotten spur in Idaho, then Northern Pacific recalled that she was its last American Standard locomotive; Runaway - Engineer Harry Brower tried his brakes. They didn't work. The Federal Express was out of control!; The 'impossible' railroad - along the north shore of Lake Superior; Whistle in the Valley - the Interstate Railroad; The Wobbly comes of age; and more. 5" opening at bottom of coverfold. Average wear. Small date stamp upon front cover else unmarked. Worthy copy. View more info

Image for Old West Magazine - Winter, 1971

Old West Magazine - Winter, 1971

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1971

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 852a0524

Condition: Very Good


Features: A cowpuncher in the Pecos - F.S. Millard; When a Collie Carried the Mail - Dorsey the mail-carrying dog; The Rose Quartz Gold of western New Mexico; One Thanksgiving Day with Charlie Russell and Horace Brewster; ; Inepegut, the crazy Indian of the Uintah Basin in Utah; Henry Worrall's place in Western Art; The Sheriff never lost his smile - Charlie Wills; San Quentin hell ship - Prison-brig Euphemia and Store-ship Apollo; a crutch, a cane, a mission - one of Stand Watie's soldiers; Elk City, Idaho; Arizona's Great Horse Gather - Clay McGonagill was foreman of the 1919 roundup to clea... View more info

Image for Old West Magazine - Spring 1969

Old West Magazine - Spring 1969

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1969

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 852a0542

Condition: Very Good


Features: Land of the Noose - Yegua Knobbs; The making of a renegade - Navajo Frank; John Elsner's Dark Fortune; It was hard to stay sober in Neihart, Montana!; Eagle Tail Won't Talk; Bars instead of Bullets - Sheriff Tillman D. Taylor; 'Indian' John Nelson; Fresh Air and Ants - old time picnics; The man who 'took' Wells Fargo - Charles Wells Banks; 'Higher than the fish can go' - the Deadwood mining district of Valley County, Idaho; Badmen as I knew them - Walter Rodgers; Creatures of the night - coyotes; Scarce Book - 'A Drummer's Experience' by J.S. Dearing. Clean and unmarked with light w... View more info

Image for Old West Magazine - Spring 1968

Old West Magazine - Spring 1968

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1968

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 852a0544

Condition: Very Good


Features: They called him Coyote - Scott Andrew Smith; Goodhearted and unlucky - Long George Francis; Stump-Jumper on the Fairbanks-Valdez Trail; Blue Riches Halfway to the Sky; Foster Child of the Kiowas - Millie Dergan; Why Badmen were Bad; Gay times in Gibbonsville, Idaho; Climb the Blackjack! - Longhorn Cattle; Climax Jim - Rustler Rufus Nephews, alias Jim Thomas; Noah H. Rose - frontier cameraman; Steamboat on Puget Sound - the Beaver; Oakes Rhymes with Hoax - D.C. Oakes and Pikes Peak gold; Last days of the great northern herd; 'an eye for an eye' was not enough - William Clark Quantril... View more info

Image for Old West Magazine - Summer 1967 *SPECIAL GHOST TOWN ISSUE*

Old West Magazine - Summer 1967 *SPECIAL GHOST TOWN ISSUE*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1967

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 852a0547

Condition: Very Good


Features: complete reprint of rare book "Tales of the West" by Frank W. Calkins; Elkhorn - Montana's amazing ghost town; Stolen Bullion of Indian Ridge - taken from 'Golden Treasures of the San Juan' by John B. Marshall and Temple H. Cornelius; Arizona's Toughest Ranger - Jeff Kidder; The Barker Family looks at the old days - a family moves west/'call-cattle' of the mountains; Utah's Unknown - the Newfoundland Mountains in Utah; The Goldrush follies; Battle at Ball's Ranch, Texas; The Big Old Red Ants of Cow Country - Bert Judia; Where the Gold Turned from Yellow to Green - Idaho's Cle... View more info

Image for Old West Magazine - Winter, 1966

Old West Magazine - Winter, 1966

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $79.95

Publisher: USA, Western Publications Inc.: 1966

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 852a0549

Condition: Very Good


Features: rare book reprint - West Wind, the life of Joseph Reddeford Walker, by Percy H. Booth; Men who wore the Oregon Boot (Gardner Shackle) - life in a makeshift territorial prison; Prairie fire - Walt Coburn; A ranch on the Nueces - Jim Ray builds a new home in Texas; the strange story of Quantrill's Surgeon - John W. Benson; Helena's hidden channel of gold; the freighter from Scotland - William Duff Stewart; Fortune's Little Casinos - scattered through Colorado's canyons; 'Tramp' General - Jo Shelby; Ghostly Camp Crittenden; Headhunting was their hobby - savage Haida raiders drew the las... View more info