The Wide World Magazine, April 1925 - Eskimo Wireless


Pages 442-528 plus 16 pages of great vintage ads, many illustrated. Features: The Luck of the 'Moro' - a vessel which possessed an uncanny knack of getting in and out of trouble; Photo of Harry Houdini in a strait jacket hanging from the twenty-story Oakland Tribune building; Old Man Crag - a New Zealand tale of a stolen map to a gold mine; Wild Tribes of the Amazon - the author penetrates deep into Amazonia - with photos, including photo of a floating island (part 1); Eskimo Wireless - a strange story from the Far North of Canada; The Ivory Raiders - paints a vivid picture of the dangers and difficulties of suppressing the ivory-raiders and their fierce satellites in Turkanaland, a wild district of Central Africa bordering on the western shores of Lake Rudolf - includes photos; A Woman Travels Across Arizona's Painted Desert - article with great photos; Zaman's Paradise - a story from India; The Resurrection of Klaas - the story of a Kaffir's miraculous escape from what seemed a certain and horrible death; New Zealand Sea Fishing - with photos of huge fish; From the Great Craters of the Congo Game-Lands - with gorilla photos (part 1); The Puzzle of Martenelle - it took 24 years to prove a death was not a suicide; A Missionary on the 'Mosquito Coast' - Rev. L. Taylor recalls tales from nine years spent as a Moravian missionary in Nicaragua - with photos; An Amazing Escape - Creswick escapes in South Africa; Full-page ad for a most unique General Electric electric truck for hauling utility poles. Above-average wear. Back cover loose but present. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Wide World Magazine, April 1925 - Eskimo Wireless

Author Name: Carlin, W.J.; Charles, Bernard; Domville-Fife, C.W.; O'Hargan, Roderick; Rayne, Major H.; Cocroft, Thoda; De Termes, Capt. M.M. J.; Harris, C.L.; Hedstrom, Sir J. Maynard; Barns, T. Alexander; Aubuchon, Tampton; Pound, Reginald; Turner, J.N.

Categories: Travel, Exploration & Adventure, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes, Ltd.: 1925

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 123G2136

Keywords: The Wide World Magazine, April 1925 - Eskimo Wireless vintage ads, many illustrated. Features: The Luck of the 'Moro' - a vessel which possessed an uncanny knack of getting in and out of trouble; Photo of Harry Houdini in a strait jacket hanging from the twenty-story Oakland Tribune building; Old Man Crag - a New Zealand tale of a stolen map to a gold mine; Wild Tribes of the Amazon - the author penetrates deep into Amazonia - with photos, including photo of a floating island; Eskimo Wireless - a strange story from the Far North of Canada; The Ivory Raiders - paints a vivid picture of the dangers and difficulties of suppressing the ivory-raiders and their fierce satellites in Turkanaland, a wild district of Central Africa bordering on the western shores of Lake Rudolf - includes photos; A Woman Travels Across Arizona's Painted Desert - article with great photos; Zaman's Paradise - a story from India; The Resurrection of Klaas - the story of a Kaffir's miraculous escape from what seemed a certain and horrible death; New Zealand Sea Fishing - with photos of huge fish; From the Great Craters of the Congo Game-Lands - with gorilla photos; The Puzzle of Martenelle - it took 24 years to prove a death was not a suicide; A Missionary on the 'Mosquito Coast' - Rev. L. Taylor recalls tales from nine years spent as a Moravian missionary in Nicaragua - with photos; An Amazing Escape - Creswick escapes in South Africa; Full-page ad for a most unique General Electric electric truck for hauling utility Poles,