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The Wide World Magazine - Vol. XXXII - No. 187, November (Nov.) 1913 -  The "Beast-Man", Purcell, M.; Bowden, C.F.; Gerard, W.H.; Talbot, P.A.; Baker, R.G.; Haigh, G.D.; Joslyn, H.S.; Marshall, D.J.; Cheek, A.A.; Roby, M.; Et al
1 Purcell, M.; Bowden, C.F.; Gerard, W.H.; Talbot, P.A.; Baker, R.G.; Haigh, G.D.; Joslyn, H.S.; Marshall, D.J.; Cheek, A.A.; Roby, M.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - Vol. XXXII - No. 187, November (Nov.) 1913 - The "Beast-Man"
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1913 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Dugdale, T.C.; Wigfull, W.E.; De Walton, John; Soper, George; Reynolds, Warwick; Somerfield, T.; Simmons, Graham; Machefert, A.C. 
100 Pages plus 28 pages of great ads. Features: The Crusader's Ghost a tale from Manorbier, a village in Pembrokeshire; The Ice-Harvest of Norway - *fascinating* article and many descriptive photos explain how large blocks of ice are produced and transported to London for sale; Twenty Dreadful Days - Captain W.H. Derard's vessel, the "Siddartha" was dismasted in the Atlantic; Through the Land of Witchcraft - Part 3 - "Ju-Ju" in remote bush districts of West Africa; How We Saved the Team - an Australian teamster saves his runaway bullocks as they hang over a precipice; Paid in Full - Captain G.D. Haigh was captured and mistreated by Boers but he escaped and brought justice to his former captors; Our Trip to the Cedars of Lebanon - *magnificently* photo-illustrated article; The Hunted Hunters - While chasing a French-Canadian lumberman/murderer the pursuers are hunted by wolves!; Stopping a Runaway Engine; Across the Congo - Part 4 - photo-illustrated article describing the 3,500 mile journey of Marguerite Roby from Boma to Elizabethville; The "Beast-Man" - John Tornow vowed a vendetta against the entire human race in the Chehalis County area of Washington state; A Wanderer in Sicily - wonderful travel article with many great photos; School-Teaching in the West - wild times at a mixed composition school at Beaver Creek near Fort Benton, USA. Average wear. Unmarked. Covers loose but present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Illustrated London News, May 19, 1900, Various Contributors
2 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, May 19, 1900
New York The International News Company 1900 First Edition Paperback Good Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
Features/Photos include: Full-page photo of the German Imperial Family; Boer War drawings, including some from the Boer side; Photo of Wepener, Orange Free State, Lately Besieged by the Boers. Average wear. Unmarked. Some moisture exposure. Sound copy. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, February 17, 1900 Vol.26 - No. 667, Various Contributors
3 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, Saturday, February 17, 1900 Vol.26 - No. 667
New York The International News Company 1900 First Edition Paperback Fair Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
Extensive coverage of the Transvaal (Boer) War. Photos and illustrations include: The Prince of Wales inspecting the Imperial Yeomanry in South Africa, Honour Roll with 16 photos, Some of our losses at Rensburg and Spion Kop, With General Buller's Column at Frere (8 photos), British Boers - Dutchmen in Yorkshire, The Hampshire Imperial Yeomanry, Boers looting a wrecked British Store-Train, The Battlefield of Colenso, Field Telegraphy, General French's Advance on Colesberg, Sir Redvers Buller's Transport Wagons Crossing the Veldt (centerfold), 2-page illustration of a Ladies' Fan-Race (laid in), one-page photos of Major-General N.G. Lyttelton and Major-General E.R.P. Woodgate (laid in). Moisture exposure at edges has resulted in light staining and waviness. Average wear. Binding intact. 
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The Illustrated London News, Saturday, March 3, 1900 Vol.26 - No. 669, Various Contributors
4 Various Contributors The Illustrated London News, Saturday, March 3, 1900 Vol.26 - No. 669
New York The International News Company 1900 First Edition Paperback Fair Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall 
Extensive coverage of the Transvaal (Boer) War. Photos and illustrations include: Ladysmith Bombardment Scene, Hauling Guns up Coles Kop, The Gordons Taking Cover at Ladysmith, General French Cuts off the Boer's Retreat (2 page illustration laid in), Lieutenant-General French, Colonel Thorneycroft, The East Griqualand Field Force, 7 photos of men killed in war, the 37-mm Maxim Automatic Gun - The Boers' Most Annoying Weapon, and more. Moisture exposure at edges has resulted in light staining and waviness. Average wear. Binding intact. 
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The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, October 14, 1914, Viereck, George Sylvester; Schrader, Frederick F.: Editors
5 Viereck, George Sylvester; Schrader, Frederick F.: Editors The Fatherland - Fair Play for Germany and Austria-Hungary, October 14, 1914
New York The International Monthly 1914 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
16 pages. Features: The German Navy - a calm analysis of the causes and cost of its development - England's efforts to restrict it, and why; Treaty Violations - Solemn pledges broken by England and Russia; Belgian Priest defends Germans - Dr. Coenrad, Vice-Regent of Louvain University, Contradicts Belgian Commission to Washington; The Truth About Ireland; Bavarian Cradle Song - poem by Howard C. Robbins; Congressman Bartholdt's Plea for Germany; Frenchmen say English Soldiers Not "Fit"; Have the Boers Forgotten?; The Dewey-Diedrichs Affair; Centerfold request for advertisers for this publication; Is Elbert Hubbard a Paretic?; Washington Cabinet Notes; News from Germany - The Sedan Celebration of 1914; False reports of crime wave in Germany; Contrast between the eagerness of German youth to volunteer for military service and the tendency of English youth to refuse to enlist; The Russian "Word of Honor"; Oh Fatherland, My Fatherland - poem by George Frederick Hummel; The Mayor of Munich appeals to America - Dr. Wilhelm von Borscht (and Dr. George Kerschensteiner); The Barbarians; Does Brittania Rule America?; A letter refers to the barbarism of the Colorado State Militia in shooting helpless women and children during strikes in that state; The Meaning of Russian Pan-Slavism, by Alexander von Nuber, Austro-Hungarian Consul-General; Latest War News; and more. Average wear. Binding intact. Unmarked. Opening to bottom of coverfold, otherwise a sound copy. 
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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, February (Feb.) 1916, No. 214, Vol. 36 -  Building a Transcontinental Telephone Line / The Fetish Man's Downfall, Willey, D.; Adams, W.; Shepstone, H.; Wagner, E.; Moore, R.; Besley, J.; d'Easum B.; Et al
6 Willey, D.; Adams, W.; Shepstone, H.; Wagner, E.; Moore, R.; Besley, J.; d'Easum B.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, February (Feb.) 1916, No. 214, Vol. 36 - Building a Transcontinental Telephone Line / The Fetish Man's Downfall
New York The International News Company 1916 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Somerfield, Thomas; Gillett, F.; Pape, Frank C.; Reynolds, Warwick; Evison, G. Henry; Webb, Arch.; Holloway, W.H.; Gillett, Frank; Prater, Ernest; Pitcher, Sotheby 
Pages 290-380 pages plus 36 pages of great vintage ads. Features: The Sunken Submarine - the experience which befell the U.S. submarine "Diver" which shot its men from its torpedo tubes! (per cover illustration); The Fetish Man's Downfall - a tale from Accra in 1899 involving prisoner Yao Dwirra; Building a Transcontinental Telephone Line - marvelously photo-illustrated article about the engineering and scientific wonders of the first phone line connecting New York to San Francisco; "Black Tom" - an exciting story from the early days of the Pennsylvania oil-fields; "On the Wing" - extraordinary adventure with a big rattlesnake in southern Mississippi; Down the Amazon From Source to Mouth (part V) - incredible tales of a party working its way through hostile svages and the forces of nature; The Train-Robbers - the tragic story of a hold-up on the Northern Pacific Railroad and the long man-hunt which followed, 1892-1894; Wicks's Ordeal - the terrible menace which a man-eating tiger constitutes to a community; Two Girls on a Ranch (part II) - two young ladies try to win fortune by running a ranch in the wilds of Arizona; The Secret Post Office - an amusing echo of the Boer War showing how the well-known 'slimness' and fertility of resource of the Boers were for once turned against them; Concerning Camels - some amusing stories; A South Pacific Piracy - an account of the tragic voyage of the brig "Moa," of Auckland, New Zealand in 1870; The beacon of the Gulf - photo-illustrated article on Bird Rock, which lies in the Gulf of St. Lawrence; Photo of a 'home-made' train run on the only railway in British North Borneo; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
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