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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Men, September 1916, Patterson, Walter G.; Amy, Lacey; St. Lawrence, B.; Harold, S.J.; Johnson, A.E.; Wise, Frank; Martindale, F.W.; Lincoln, Robert Page; Smith, Albert E.; Fletcher, Alfred C.B.; Davis, Minnie B.; Smith, Mrs. L.V.

Author Name    Patterson, Walter G.; Amy, Lacey; St. Lawrence, B.; Harold, S.J.; Johnson, A.E.; Wise, Frank; Martindale, F.W.; Lincoln, Robert Page; Smith, Albert E.; Fletcher, Alfred C.B.; Davis, Minnie B.; Smith, Mrs. L.V.

Title   The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Men, September 1916

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Good

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   London George Newnes 1916

Seller ID   123G0986

Pages 385-480 plus 32 pages of wonderful vintage advertisements. Features: In the grip of the "Hip Sings" - Walter G. Patterson became a member of a Chinese secret society (Part I); Hunting the sword-fish on the south coast of Nova Scotia - with great photos; The fatal wood - a graphic account of a dramatic episode in the great Battle of Verdun; Minnie Florea's ordeal - a hurricane swept her to sea where she, the only member of her father's party of 13 to survive, battled the storm for 24 hours; The heart of Sweden - an interesting description of rural Sweden with wonderful photos; Three men in a tree - how they survived a flood in Australia; Comedies of the war - WWI anecdotes; Sandy McLain's Log-Jam - how a young Scotsman broke up one of the biggest log-jams in the history of Minnesota; Our adventures at the Chincha Islands - a lively time picking up a load of guano; From Job to Job around the World - part VII - Alfred Fletcher describes his adventures in Constantinople, his trip through Italy and across Europe to Paris - where he was shut in Voltaire's tomb for a night!; Where Grass is King - a woman's account of her live on a homestead in a region of America where grass is used for everything - with nice photos; My Romance - how Miss L.V. Smith saved a crowded train from destruction; Photo of a six-foot shark caught in the Tigris at Baghdad Great full-page ad for the Red Cross Line. Average wear. Small protective pieces of tape at each end of backsrip. Binding intact. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy.

The  Wide  World  Magazine  -  The  Magazine  For  Men,  September  1916  In  The  Grip  Of  Hip  Sings  Hip  Sings"  -  Walter  G.  Patterson  Became  A  Member  Of  A  Chinese  Secret  Society  (Part  I);  Hunting  The  Sword-fish  On  The  South  Coast  Of  Nova  Scotia  -  With  Great  Photos;  The  Fatal  Wood  -  A  Graphic  Account  Of  A  Dramatic  Episode  In  The  Great  Battle  Of  Verdun;    Minnie  Florea's  Ordeal  -  A  Hurricane  Swept  Her  To  Sea  Where  She,  The  Only  Member  Of  Her  Father's  Party  Of  13  To  Survive,  Battled  The  Storm  For  24  Hours;  The  Heart  Of  Sweden  -  An  Interesting  Description  Of  Rural  Sweden  With  Wonderful  Photos;  Three  Men  In  A  Tree  -  How  They  Survived  A  Flood  In  Australia;  Comedies  Of  The  War  -  WWI  Anecdotes;  Sandy  McLain's  Log-Jam  -  How  A  Young  Scotsman  Broke  Up  One  Of  The  Biggest  Log-jams  In  The  History  Of  Minnesota;    Our  Adventures  At  The  Chincha  Islands  -  A  Lively  Time  Picking  Up  A  Load  Of  Guano;    From  Job  To  Job  Around  The  World  -  Part  VII  -  Alfred  Fletcher  Describes  His  Adventures  In  Constantinople,  His  Trip  Through  Italy  And  Across  Europe  To  Paris  -  Where  He  Was  Shut  In  Voltaire's  Tomb  For  A  Night!;  Where  Grass  Is  King  -  A  Woman's  Account  Of  Her  Live  On  A  Homestead  In  A  Region  Of  America  Where  Grass  Is  Used  For  Everything  -  With  Nice  Photos;  My  Romance  -  How  Miss  L.V.  Smith  Saved  A  Crowded  Train  From  Destruction;  Photo  Of  A  Six-foot  Shark  Caught  In  The  Tigris  At  Baghdad    Great  Full-page  Ad  For  The  Red  Cross  Line 

Price = 299.95 USD


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