Bill Willard (editor) .
A September 1965 issue of Golden West magazine , True stories of the old west published in Freeport, NY by Marverick Publications.
This 8 by 11 inch, 74 page vintage magazine is in very good collectible condition with light wear to the cover and light age toning to the paper as shown. A nice tight clean copy of this vintage issue. Very Good. Single Issue magazine.
This classic west history magazine's contents include : Cover art of NOT-CHI-MI-NE an Ioway Chief, Innocent and Hanged by Fred Harrison, How to find lost treasure by Harry F. Chrisman, The skirt that hog tied a town by L.C. Auer, Edward Creighton Singing Wire Chief by Joe Koller, Sword of Revenge by Donald N. Bentz, Indian Implements and Industries by George Bird Grinnell, The sheriff was in Trouble by Roscoe Sheller, Was Billy the Kid a Psychopathic Killer by Cy Martin and W.K. Stillman M.D. , The sun Dance of the Sioux by Frederick Schwatha, China Polly was a Pioneer by Louise Cheney , The Joburg is Remembered by Joseph Kennelley , The Day the Gangs were Born by Frank Winters, Calforniana by Hubert Burgess with other special features and illustrated though out with many rare and scarce photographs and drawing. A nice copy of this vintage magazine on the American West..
vintage magazines , western history, the American west , Gunfighters , Billy the Kid, Ioway American Indians, Telegraph history, rare photographs
Box LR 5 / Bottom (#632351)
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