The Wide World Magazine - January 1926, Vol. LVI, No. 334

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $176.35

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Fair

Features: An Australian Robinson Crusoe - Jack McLaren spent eight years alone among savages attempting to make a coconut plantation out of the primeval jungle; Beating the Black Death - Dog teams bring antitoxin serum to save the residents of Nome, Alaska, who were afflicted with diphtheria; The Fakir - sequel to "the Jogi's Curse"; The Secret of the Consulate - Italy responds during World War One to the destruction of its warships due to the activities of Austrian Secret Service agents operating in Switzerland; Among the White Arabs - The Shawiya Berbers of Algeria; My Day Off - an ex-inspector of the Federated Malay States Police; The Romance of Kilimanjaro - with photos by F. Ratcliffe Holmes; Perinco the Outlaw - cattle-rustling in Argentina; A woman's fight with a leopard; In Search of the Lost Oases - Part V (conclusion) - a trip from Sollum to El Obeid, in the Sudan (photos); The Red Lamp - a benighted traveller's terrifying adventure in a French town; The Poison Peddlers - an exciting tale of life in a railroad construction camp in Canada when illicit liquor is supplied to the workers; Interesting letters. Faint prior owner's pencilled name atop front cover else unmarked. Above-average wear. Binding intact. A worthy copy.