Pictorial Weekly Magazine, April 7th, 1928, No. 1,505, Vol. CXVI: Hon. Elsie Mackay and Captain Hinchliffe - Their Daring East-to-West Atlantic Dash


Pages 281-320. Features: Bad Luck or Fate? - photo-illustrated article about the ill-fated east-to-west Atlantic flight of Hon. Elsie Mackay and Captain Hinchliffe - with photos of female flyers ; Lady Carbery, Ruth Elder, Princess Loewenstein-Wertheim and Mrs. Grayson; The Dead Hand - a Foreign Legion story; London's Lonely Girls - photo illustrated article by Mrs. Stanley Baldwin explains how they are saved from being 'stranded'; Singing 210 "Hits" a Week - Photo illustrated article on entertainers Layton Turner and Clarence Johnstone (Layton and Johnstone); Shop'uns - a tale of eggs at Easter; Banning Our Beauty Spots - photo-illustrated article on how people are being denied access to the sea, seashore and cliffs; The Rolling Penny - a case of X. Crook, Detective; Getting the World's Goat - an article about how to get on people's nerves; Shadowed Love (continued); and more. Staples disintegrated. Writing on covers. Above-average but not excessive wear. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: Pictorial Weekly Magazine, April 7th, 1928, No. 1,505, Vol. CXVI: Hon. Elsie Mackay and Captain Hinchliffe - Their Daring East-to-West Atlantic Dash

Author Name: Grayson, Kenward; Wren, P.C.; Baldwin, Mrs. Stanley; Barnet, Lesley; Wingfield, Walter; Robey, George; Travers, Leonard; Farjeon, J. Jefferson; Davis, E.; Stout, E. Almaz;

Categories: Americana, History, Magazine Back Issues,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Amalgamated Press, Ltd.: 1928

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 301G3820

Keywords: Pictorial Weekly Magazine, April 7th, 1928, No. 1, 505, Vol. CXVI: Hon. Elsie Mackay and Captain Hinchliffe - Daring East-to-West Atlantic Dash Bad Luck or Fate? - photo-illustrated article about the ill-fated east-to-west Atlantic flight of Hon. Elsie Mackay and Captain Hinchliffe - with photos of female flyers ; Lady Carbery, Ruth Elder, Princess Loewenstein-Wertheim and Mrs. Grayson; The Dead Hand - a Foreign Legion story; London's Lonely Girls - photo illustrated article by Mrs. Stanley Baldwin explains how they are saved from being 'stranded'; Singing 210 "Hits" a Week - Photo illustrated article on entertainers Layton Turner and Clarence Johnstone (Layton and Johnstone); Shop'uns - a tale of eggs at Easter; Banning Our Beauty Spots - photo-illustrated article on how people are being denied access to the sea, seashore and cliffs; The Rolling Penny - a case of X. Crook, Detective; Getting the World's Goat - an article about how to get on people's nerves; Shadowed Love,