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Hives, Frank; Bailey, Elliot;; Marshall, James Vance; Gibbons, John; "Indian Agent"; "Nemo"; Carr, C.B.; Morritt, W.B.; Dudgeon, A.M.; Dwyer, Harry H.; Dunn, H.H.; "The Captain"; Melville, Fred J. Listings

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1 Hives, Frank; Bailey, Elliot;; Marshall, James Vance; Gibbons, John; "Indian Agent"; "Nemo"; Carr, C.B.; Morritt, W.B.; Dudgeon, A.M.; Dwyer, Harry H.; Dunn, H.H.; "The Captain"; Melville, Fred J. The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Men, November 1929
London George Newnes 1929 First Edition Paperback Good 
Pages 87-168 plus 32 pages of nice vintage advertisements. Features: The Queer Side of Things - The Haunted Rest-House - an occult story from West Africa; In the Hands of the Bedouin - part I of Anton Hauptmann's story; Hitting the Iron Trial - part I of the author's train-hopping adventure from Vancouver, British Columbia to New York before he carried on to England; Update on the "Harpist of Alexandria", made famous in the July 1928 issue of this publication; The "Fool Afoot" in Italy - part II; "Lo! The Poor Indian" - An amusing account of the ways and wiles of the Red men of British Columbia - with photos; The Taxi-Cab Murder Mystery - one of the most remarkable crimes in the annals of the West Australian Police; The Elephant-Slayer - an amusing story from Kenya colony in 1905-6; A Weighty Problem - young Captain Gillon and the vessel Saragossa; Piano Tuner Kenneth J. McCombie's Adventure; In a Hole - the author fell into a hole at a New Mexico gravel pit; "Wide World" Sequels; The "Fleet of the Lost" - great article about the old windjammers residing at Alameda, on the shores of San Francisco Bay - article with nice photos; Man and his Needs; House and Garden; Stamps of the World. Average wear. Small protective pieces of tape at each end of backstrip. Binding intact. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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