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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 257, September (Sept.) 1919 - The Thrills of Parachuting (Cover Illustration), "Woodpecker"; McDade, J.; Heilner, V.C.; Macdonald, T.A.; West, J.; Von Blon, J.L.; Jordan, John A.; Rose, Frank; Walkey, C.E.G.; Heald, T.D.; Leslie, H.; Strong, Robert D.; Et al
1 "Woodpecker"; McDade, J.; Heilner, V.C.; Macdonald, T.A.; West, J.; Von Blon, J.L.; Jordan, John A.; Rose, Frank; Walkey, C.E.G.; Heald, T.D.; Leslie, H.; Strong, Robert D.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 257, September (Sept.) 1919 - The Thrills of Parachuting (Cover Illustration)
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1919 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tennant, Dudley; Reynolds, Warwick; Evison, G. 
Pages 353-440, plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Features: Flying in Central Africa - part 2 - tales from the log book of an R.A.F. officer during the campaign in German East Africa - article with interesting photos; Torn by Starving Jackals in Macedonia - Private James McDade of the 6th Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers recounts his experience - with photo of McDade; Death-Struggle with An Alligator - what happened to Van Campen Heilner when he was photographing an alligator in a Florida swamp - photo-illustrated article; The Thrills of Parachuting - early and marvelously photo-illustrated article on this topic; Photo of tourist party in Solomon's Quarry, the world's most ancient quarry; My South African Adventures - part 1 of Jack West's incredible recollections, including photo of him aged 17; Ship Built By One Man - Liberian missionary, the Rev. James E. Lewis - photo-illustrated article of him, his wife and "The Coloured Missionary Yacht"; John A. Jordan and his African Leopard-Hunting Adventures; Our Trip to Catch Murderers - the rough and ready methods of achieving justice in Bolivia; An Exciting Night Drive - 35 miles in a South African Cape Cart; Relief Workers' Adventures - part 2 of this superb photo-illustrated article on thrilling experiences among the War Victims of Armenia, Syria and Persia; With a Caravan in Corsica - photo illustrated article which relates the primitive life of the people; A Mountain of Gold - photo-illustrated article about the discovery made by the Fisk Expedition - Captain James L. Fisk and Dr. William Denton Dibb; In the Wilds of Siberia - part 2 - fascinating article with great photos document the explorations of Harry Somerset-Lister; The Adventures of a Newspaper-Man - part 4 - Exploring New York - article with nice photos and fascinating observations of the people; A Butterfly Farm in France - French Entomologist M. Andre's farm near Macon - article with photos; Fascinating photo of flume in British Columbia, by which logs are carried to the sawmills; Photo of amber mine on the coast of Samland in the eastern Prussian peninsula. Somewhat above-average external wear. Openings and loss at each end of backstrip. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy of this marvelous issue. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, April 1935, No. 445, Vol. 75, "Zero"; Poole, Molly; Garnett, Colonel B.G.F.; Leey, Peter; "Rough-Rider"; Patterson, Ewen K.; Ommanney, O.G.; Robson, H.W.; Knox, J.E.; Haines, W.; Blyth, Captain A. Liston; Marsh, Mictor; "The Captain"; Melville, Fred J.
2 "Zero"; Poole, Molly; Garnett, Colonel B.G.F.; Leey, Peter; "Rough-Rider"; Patterson, Ewen K.; Ommanney, O.G.; Robson, H.W.; Knox, J.E.; Haines, W.; Blyth, Captain A. Liston; Marsh, Mictor; "The Captain"; Melville, Fred J. The Wide World - The Magazine for Men, April 1935, No. 445, Vol. 75
London George Newnes 1935 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Stott, W.R.S.; Nicolle; Golden, Grace; Soper, George; Cuneo, T.; Osmond, Edward; Holloway, Cyril; Nicolson, W.C.; Wigfull, W.E.; Tresilian, S. 
Pages 1-84, plus 32 pages of wonderful vintage ads. Many black and white photos and illustrations. Contents include: Through the Shan States - part 2; The King's Ju-Ju; Phases of Life - Fire-Walking in Java, Gomez the Killer, The Queensland "Mounted"; A "Side-Show" in Borneo; The Queer Side of Things - What the Palmist Foretold; Our Japanese Burglar; The Pickle-Bottle; A Papuan Interlude; Seven Days' Bad Luck; Man and His Needs; Stamps of the World. Bits of clear tape at each end of spine. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this vintage issue. 
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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Everybody, August 1919, No. 256, Vol. XLIII - The Theft of the Zuni God / Flying in Central Africa / Our LIfe at Holzminden, 'Woodpecker'; Rose, Frank; Heald, T.; Webster, F.; Martyn, F.; randall, S.; Somerset-Lister, H.; Thomason, H.; Evans, E.; Et al
3 'Woodpecker'; Rose, Frank; Heald, T.; Webster, F.; Martyn, F.; randall, S.; Somerset-Lister, H.; Thomason, H.; Evans, E.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Everybody, August 1919, No. 256, Vol. XLIII - The Theft of the Zuni God / Flying in Central Africa / Our LIfe at Holzminden
New York The International News Company 1919 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Tennant, Dudley; Whale, Lieut. J. 
Pages 266-352 pages plus 16 pages of great vintage ads. Features: Flying in Central Africa (part I) - adventures from the flying log-book of an R.A.F. officer during ther campaign in German East Africa; My Adventures in Bolivia - Frank Rose was arrested as a dangerous revolutionary but managed to escape; Relief Worker's Adventures (part I) - thrilling adventures among the war victims of Armenia, Syria, and Persia, with photos; Hunting Big Game by Motor-Car - Captain F.A.M. Webster describes how he does it, with photos; The Adventures of a Newspaper-man (part III) - Frederic Martyn's adventures - with photos; Pukalofa's Tragic Revenge - Captain Samuel Randall recounts the brutal behavior of a whaling captain towards his crew in 1868, and what followed; In the Wilds of Siberia (Part I) - great photo-illustrated article by Harry Somerset-Lister describes his adventures; The Theft of the Zuni God - in New Mexico three U.S. Cavalry troopers stole the idols of the Indians, thus incurring their wrath; "The Surf Deer" - Reminiscences of the Dover Destroyer Patrol by Captain E.R.G.R. Evans, the Commander of the destroyer Viking; Shooting Elephants in the Middle of a Battle - what happened during the German East African Campaign; Hunting an Elephant During War - another thrilling incident of an elephant hunt during stern fighting in German East Africa, related by a Rhodesian soldier; Our Life at Holzminden - Lieut. J. Whale describes his life in this German POW camp in Brunswick, and provides his own illustrations; The Making of a Mandarin - photo-illustrated explanation of the curious and picturesque examinations which are held every three years in China and Indo-China for the coveted diploma of Chu-Jen, which entitles the holder to call himself a full-fledged Mandarin; Smugglers' Strategy Unveiled - photo-illustrated article explaining the many ingenious methods used by German and Swiss smugglers to get food and other things into enemy territory; The Tragedy of the Sling-Chain - Miner Bill Burton is killed in Australia; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, May 1916, No. 217, Vol. 37 - "Strafing" a Zeppelin / Our Escape from "German West", Alpiser, P.; Dunn, H.; Christie, J.; Freeman, L.; Czaplicka, M.; Flether, A.; Et al
4 Alpiser, P.; Dunn, H.; Christie, J.; Freeman, L.; Czaplicka, M.; Flether, A.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, May 1916, No. 217, Vol. 37 - "Strafing" a Zeppelin / Our Escape from "German West"
New York The International News Company 1916 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Gilbert, A.; Holloway, W.H.; Wigfull, W.E.; Evison, G.H.; Montford, Charles E. 
94 pages plus 24 pages of great vintage ads. Features: Senora Vic - a story of love and villainy in the Philippine Islands; More About the "Master Bandit"- fantastic photo-illustrated article about Emiliano Zapata; Our Escape from "German West" - an echo of General Botha's brilliant campaign in German South-West Africa; Chasing Chinese Pirates - Lewis R. Freeman describes the exciting punitive expedition in which he took part, with photos; A Year in Arctic Siberia (part I) - a well-known Polish lady describes her twelve months in northern Siberia as head of a scientific expedition, with great photos; From Job to Job Around the World (Part III) - two young Americans with ten dollars work their way around the world; "Strafing" a Zeppelin - Lieutenant R.L.G. Marix and his thrilling raid on Dusseldorf; The Land of Sleep - a photo-illustrated account of a trip to undeveloped Nova Scotia; Our Newspaper - "The Miner" of Da Capo, B.C. is purchased by Ian MacTavish and E.P. Whalley; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A quality copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, September (Sept.) 1925, Vol. LV No. 329 -  A Woman in Unknown Morocco, Anstruther, Charles; Lugrin, N. De Bertrand; McMillan, R.D.S.; Richards, H.G.; Brennan, W.; Stuart, J.K.; Cook, O.; Harries, C.L.; Stuart, F.S.; Taylor, M.M.; Charnley, W.; McMahon, R.; Hayter, C.N.C.; Dickie, F.
5 Anstruther, Charles; Lugrin, N. De Bertrand; McMillan, R.D.S.; Richards, H.G.; Brennan, W.; Stuart, J.K.; Cook, O.; Harries, C.L.; Stuart, F.S.; Taylor, M.M.; Charnley, W.; McMahon, R.; Hayter, C.N.C.; Dickie, F. The Wide World Magazine - True Stories of Adventure, September (Sept.) 1925, Vol. LV No. 329 - A Woman in Unknown Morocco
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1925 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Nicolson, W.C. (cover);Davis, G.H.; Leigh, Conrad; Lloyd, Stanley; Wood, Stanley L.; Holloway, Cyril; Sindell, A.; Soper, G.; De Walton, John; Wightman, W.E.; Gillett, F.; Wood, Stanley L.; Peddie, Tom 
Pages 353-440 plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Features: What Happened to Mary Clark near Indianapolis - her car was hit by a train and she ended up on the front of the train which thundered on through the night!; The Haunted Bungalow - extraordinary story from South Africa; A Thousand Miles From Anywhere - Reverend Martyn Rogers and his family spent three years on the island of Tristan da Cunha - where mail came only once per year!; The Living Death - an eccentric chemist marries an Aztec girl in the hope of discovering the secrets of ancient Aztec dyes; Sands of Destruction - the fierce Atlantic is destroying the coast of Donegal in the north-west of Ireland - article with graphic photos; How I Lost My Job - the author worked as a teamster in British Columbia, until he lost a wagonload of explosives near Burns Lake; Two Years in Borneo - part 3 - the exciting outbreak at the Lubuk Estate; Trial by Ordeal in Africa; A Woman in Unknown Morocco - Fay Sutton's photo-illustrated narrative; Where Cannibals Roam - part 4 of 4 of this photo-illustrated article on a trip to the interior of Papua; The Stolen Telluride - A West Australian gold-miner's story; A Double Event - members of the South African Constabulary gets involved with horse racing; The Montreal Hold-Up - Canada's most daring armoured car robbery in broad daylight; The Downfall of "The Colonel" - a very clever American crook; Anderson's Pole-Cat - an exhausted British Columbia prospector stumbles upon a fortune in a trackless wilderness. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Wide World, The Magazine For Everybody, August (Aug.) 1917, No. 232, Vol. XXXIX - How I Escaped From the Turks Disguised As a Woman, Arber, M.; Martin, E.; Jordan, J.; Mason, W.; Farrer, R.; Dunn, H.; Jamieson, C.; North, S.; Et al
6 Arber, M.; Martin, E.; Jordan, J.; Mason, W.; Farrer, R.; Dunn, H.; Jamieson, C.; North, S.; Et al Wide World, The Magazine For Everybody, August (Aug.) 1917, No. 232, Vol. XXXIX - How I Escaped From the Turks Disguised As a Woman
New York The International News Company 1917 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Bates, L.; Gillett, Frank; Evison, G. Henry; Gilbert, A.; Reynolds, Warwick; Prater, Ernest; Wigfull, W.E.; Wood, Stanley L.; Ashton, Rossi 
Pages 290-382 plus 16 pages of ads. Features: My Escape From the Turks Disguised as a Woman - the incredible story of Private Miron D. Arber and his Sinai ordeal; The Log of the "Moewe" - the adventures of a modern pirate, told by her Commander Count Dohna-Schlodien - article with photos; A Brush with the Kisi - in quest of ivory, J.A. Jordan encounters a hostile African witch doctor; Historic Crimes and Mysteries - William Shaw and a Joke on Justice; On the Borders of Tibet - part IV of the story of two years' wanderings - largely among wild lands and wilder people, whose chief desire is to build the intruding foreigner up in a damp bonfire to smoulder to death - with photos; A Bandit's Bride - Part II of the story of Elena Villa-Pinillos, once married to Mexico's Francisco Villa - no more graphic picture of the state of anarchy and terrorism prevailing in unhappy Mexico can be imagined; Strange Stories of the War; Wang Yin-Shee and the Panther - a missionaries story of a Chinese hunter's terrible experience - a death wrestle with a huge panther; A Flying Man in South Africa - Part V of a very interesting account of John G. Barron's flying adventures- with photos; How We Stole The Tugboat - Sergeant Maurice Prost recounts his sensational escape from the Germans; The Downfall of Dave Rodger - a prospector in the West turns the tables on a 'bad man' and his lawless satellites; "Punch" - the unruly kangaroo pet of nuns at an Australian convent; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this fascinating vintage issue. 
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The Wide World Magazine, February (Feb.) 1918 - The Arrest and Imprisonment of Ashmead Bartlett and Richard Harding Davis / Doctoring War Dogs, Ashmead-Bartlett, E.; Jacobson, J.G.; Butler, F.H.; Lees, G.F.; Lindsay, L.; Mason, W.; Priestley, W.E.; Arnoult, P.C.;
7 Ashmead-Bartlett, E.; Jacobson, J.G.; Butler, F.H.; Lees, G.F.; Lindsay, L.; Mason, W.; Priestley, W.E.; Arnoult, P.C.; The Wide World Magazine, February (Feb.) 1918 - The Arrest and Imprisonment of Ashmead Bartlett and Richard Harding Davis / Doctoring War Dogs
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1918 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Peddie, Tom; Evison, G.H.; Prater, Ernest; Webb, Arch; Reynolds, Warwick; Wright, Frank; Wigfull, W.E.; Soper, George 
Pages 265-352 plus 24 pages of great vintage ads. Features: My Adventures in the World War - a startling and thrilling contribution upon the great conflict by E. Ashmead-Bartlett; The Vengeance of the "Stroapers' - exploring for gold in Guiana leads to adventure and death; In the Land of the Lapps - great photo-illustrated narrative of Frank Butler's travels throughout Lapland; The Secret Press of Belgium - how 'La Libre Belgique' had the courage to tell the Belgian people the truth and counteract the evil influence of their brutalizers; Trooping Cattle in Paraguay - taking 1,000 cattle from the ranch of Zanja Moroti to the ranch of San Antonio; The Strangest Republic in the World - interesting photo-illustrated account of a recent visit to the Mount Athos Peninsula; Historic Crime and Mysteries - The Iron Judge of Malt; My Firework Display in China; In the Jaws of the Alligator - woman is pulled from the arms of her husband in Papua; Doctoring War Dogs - touching photo-illustrated account of a visit to the Countess Yourkevitch's hospital for wounded dog soldiers at Neuilly/Paris; The State Documents - How a great german spy system was laid bare in Rome; A Man-Hunt in the Arctic - A Royal North-West Mounted Police patrol from Fort Norman up the Bear River was the longest in the history of that famous organization; The Tragedy at Ras Elka - Sudanese stevedores revolt and pay dearly; Moderate wear. Openings to backstrip. Binding intact. Unmarked. A quality vintage copy of this exquisite issue. 
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The Alaska Sportsman Magazine, June 1952, Volume XVIII, Number 6 - Pictorial Number, Barkdull, Calvin H.; Meyers, Larry; Sarvela, Myrth Benjamin; Edward B. Lung; Wikstrom, Robert C.; Harrigan, J.M.; Keller, Al
8 Barkdull, Calvin H.; Meyers, Larry; Sarvela, Myrth Benjamin; Edward B. Lung; Wikstrom, Robert C.; Harrigan, J.M.; Keller, Al The Alaska Sportsman Magazine, June 1952, Volume XVIII, Number 6 - Pictorial Number
Ketchikan, Alaska Alaska Magazine Publishing Company 1952 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Welty, Charles; Wilde, Everett 
58 pages. Dozens of great black and white photos. Features: Great vintage ads including Alaska salmon, Remington ammo, Ketchikan Spruce Mills, and many more; The opening of the Hart Highway in B.C.; I Saw Soapy Smith of Skagway Killed - Frank H. Reid gave his life to rid the city of organized anarchy - many photos with article; He Wrestled a Wolf; Blarney Stone at Sitka; Dawson; From Ketchikan to Barrow; Sourdough Pete (cartoon); The S.S. Humboldt; Honk the caribou - an honorary member of the Army; and more. Complete and intact. Above-average wear. Bit of writing on front cover. A worthy vintage copy. 
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National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1934 - Travel for the Average Man / Modernizing Palestine, Barnes, N.; Smith, W.; Cunningham, L.; Hardy, H.; Battey, G Jr.; Shepstone, H.; Watson, R.
9 Barnes, N.; Smith, W.; Cunningham, L.; Hardy, H.; Battey, G Jr.; Shepstone, H.; Watson, R. National Home Monthly Magazine, July 1934 - Travel for the Average Man / Modernizing Palestine
Winnipeg National Home Monthly / Stovel 1934 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine Folio - over 12" - 15" tall Thorne, Diana; Holmgren, John; Clymer, John F.; Matteson, B.V.V.; Hunter, Graham 
56 pages. Features: Colour Imperial (Oil) ad inside front cover features old-style gas pumps and bottled oil; Editorial topics include Preserving Balance, The Limit of Freedom, The Limit of Socialism, The Impasse, Adult Education, and Strong Medicine; Nice one-page ad for Waterman's pens features photo of artist Howard Chandler Christy; Travel for the Average Man - article which touches on the tough economic times of the day; Rain Before Seven (short story); Echo of Erin (short story); Modernizing the Land of the Master - great photo-illustrated article on Palestine; The Man Who Lived in Twilight (short story); The Native Returns - photo-illustrated article on Robert Watson's return to the place of his rural Scotland boyhood; One-page Pond's ad features photo of Mrs. Henry Field of Chicago; The Birth of a Novel (fiction); Nice one-page illustrated Ford car ad shows stylish coupe and traffic cop; Movie News includes photos of Margaret Sullavan, Douglas Montgomery, Rosemary Ames, W.C. Fields, Bing Crosby, Miriam Hopkins, Lionel Barrymore, Otto Kruger, Una Merkek, Harold Lloyd, Hugh Williams, Helen Twelvetrees, and more; Interesting one-page Lux ad features photo of gagged man; Palmolive ad includes photo of Gladys Swarthout; One-page ad features several Heinz food products; Two-page General Motors of canada ad says "Progress out of the Common Sense of Canadian Motorists"; Legal article; Investment news; Half-page Canadian National photo-ad features budget vacations in Eastern Canada; Cooking article; World Sayings; Chipso ad inside back cover includes colour photo of Mrs. R.L. Pine and her family, plus her black dishwasher Birdie (Bertha); and more. Above-average wear and soiling. Covers detached but present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Men: February, 1914 - Volume 32, Number 190 - Gun-Running with Zapata, Barr, William; Dunn, H.H.; Nicholls, G. Heaton; Grenfell, Wilfred T.; Fagan, D.W.O.; Pratt, A.E.; Burton, Colonel R.G.; Talbot, P. Amaury; Blake, Harry M.; Guinand, W.B.; Villepion, Guy De; Barracliffe, Captain James
10 Barr, William; Dunn, H.H.; Nicholls, G. Heaton; Grenfell, Wilfred T.; Fagan, D.W.O.; Pratt, A.E.; Burton, Colonel R.G.; Talbot, P. Amaury; Blake, Harry M.; Guinand, W.B.; Villepion, Guy De; Barracliffe, Captain James The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Men: February, 1914 - Volume 32, Number 190 - Gun-Running with Zapata
London George Newnes 1914 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Evison, G. Henry; Robinson, Wyndham P.; Wigfull, W.E.; Somerfield, Thomas; Peddie, Tom; Holmes, Fred; Burton, H.M. 
Pages 303-396 plus 28 pages of ads, many wonderfully illustrated. Numerous black and white illustrations and photos in text. Features: Saved by Two Inches - How a big-horn sheep brought a veteran hunter to the verge of destruction in Montana; Gun-Running with Mexican Outlaw Emiliano Zapata - article with great photos; A Terrible Trip - Gold Searching in German New Guinea; Twenty Years in Newfoundland (Part II) - article with nice photos; Fishermen's Luck - a story from New Zealand involving T. Colthart, H. Hewlett and D.G. FitzGibbon; Across the Andes and Down the Amazon - the story of an adventurous journey (part II); The Well of Skulls - a story from Hyderabad; The Lake of Life - the Idiong secret society in Africa; The King Who Met His Match - a story from Sierra Leone; Trapped in a Tank (cover illustration); Captured by the Monkey-Men - an explorer's tale from the Orinoco River; The Smugglers of Gibraltar; Pete the Pup - an adventurous dog in New Mexico. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Minor chipping to back strip. Three inch opening between front cover and base of spine. Overall a pleasing copy of this wonderful vintage issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, October (Oct) 2, 1926 -  Booth Tarkington Talks, Benson, Allan L.; Whiting, May B.; HAle, William J.; Barton, William E.; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Karpinski, Louis C.; Hawthorne, Julian; Aaron, S.F.; Finger, Charles J.
11 Benson, Allan L.; Whiting, May B.; HAle, William J.; Barton, William E.; Howe, J. Olin; Budd, Ralph W.; Karpinski, Louis C.; Hawthorne, Julian; Aaron, S.F.; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, October (Oct) 2, 1926 - Booth Tarkington Talks
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Bennett, R.O.; Broecker, Richard; Clarke, W.W.; Van Der Heyden, Gerald; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: Nice two-color illustrated Firestone ad inside front cover features mother and children; Why Half the People Do not Vote - An Explanation; Booth Tarkington Talks of Many Things; Farming Must Become a Chemical Industry - development of co-products will solve present agricultural problem; Abraham Lincoln's Lost Speech; The Use of Great Names in 'Blue Sky' Swindles; Ye Knife - Ye Forke - Ye Spoone - a brief history of those noble tools; Henry Ford's Page - money, a national commodity, has been made a private concession; Editorial - news from Russia that the only Jew remaining in a position of importance is Litvinov as the Communist Party threatens to become anti-Semitic after the death of M. Djerjinski; The Harvard of Our Forefathers; The Ebb and Flow of Winged Waves - bird article; The Voyage of the Victoria (part 12) - When Pirates Ruled; Chats with Office Callers - ; Can You Tell Me?; I Read in the Papers - M. Loewenstein Makes an Offer, That Monkey Opera in Budapest, Chess Comes from India; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy vintage copy. 
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The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro, Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J.
12 Boeckmann, Henriette; Arms, L.L.; Collman, Charles A.; Whiting, May B.; Thompson, Huston; Boyer, Townsend; Clifford, F.J.; Smith, Wyman; Finger, Charles J. The Dearborn Independent - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, May 22, 1926 - World War's Effect on the Negro
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1926 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Clarke, W.W.; Graham, J.C.; Seavey, Paul Franklin; Johnson, Harlan; Honore, Paul 
32 pages. Features: When Old Salem Hunted Witches - men and women were put to death on the accusation of little children; The Man Who Fights Alone - "The Cop is the World's Greatest Warrior" - article with statistics of policemen killed on the job; Why I Left New York (part 1) - a middle westerner moves there but is in conflict with its alien atmosphere; Who Pays for Our Radio Programs? - noted economics author explains how national advertisers foot the bill so we can listen-in without charge; Captain Kidd - Pirate-Catcher - the rover is commissioned to capture ships flying the black flag; Mr. (Henry) Ford's Page - no amount of pretense can improve upon the original; Editorials - the time of England's trouble, is the jury system a failure, police death roll, the family is the unit; Woodrow Wilson (part 9) - He refused to be rushed into hasty decisions; World War's Effect Upon the Negro - overseas the colored soldier acquired an entirely new estimate of his importance in the scheme of things; Dry-Farming - The Tragedy of the West - scores of deserted homes stand as mute monuments to the settler's struggle in a land where rain seldom comes; Moonlight Midnight on "Old Tim" - Climbing Mount Timpanogas; The Voyage of the Victoria - part 3 - further adventures of Magellan; Chats with Office Callers; A Dance a Week - Hull's Victory, Lady Walpole's Reel, and Speed the Plow (with piano music for each); amazing photos of strange worldwide professions - a daredevil juggling atop several chairs, rubber tappers in Ceylon demonstrating the herringbone system,Egyptian dervishes passing skewers through their cheeks, and a Korean peddler of earthen ware - carried upon his back! Average wear. Unmarked. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, November (Nov.), 1921, No. 283, Vol. XLVIII: Businessman Becomes Amateur Robinson Crusoe, Bootes, H.; Rutzebeck, H.; Golden, R.; Frings, J.; Dunlop, A.; Cunningham, E.; Dyer, C.; Forbin, V.; McKechnie, N.; Repp, E.
13 Bootes, H.; Rutzebeck, H.; Golden, R.; Frings, J.; Dunlop, A.; Cunningham, E.; Dyer, C.; Forbin, V.; McKechnie, N.; Repp, E. The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, November (Nov.), 1921, No. 283, Vol. XLVIII: Businessman Becomes Amateur Robinson Crusoe
New York The International New Company 1921 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Oakdale, E.G.; Wood, Stanley L.; Tennant, Dudley; Coller, H.; De Walton, John; Peddie, Tom 
88 Pages plus 16 pages of ads. Features: A Girl of the Island - a beautiful girl is shipwrecked on a lonely tropic island; A Man's Luck - Part III - Hjalmar Rutzebeck story of life and love in the Far North; The Mystery of Charlie Ross - tragic story of the kidnapping of four-year-old Charlie Ross from his home near Philadelphia; My Island of Dreams - Part I of the adventures of amateur Robinson Crusoe, J.W. Frings - with his photos; Taming the Head-Hunters - author and a party of ten police enter the little-known hill country of British North Borneo to punish a tribe of head-hunting Dyaks; Through Central America on Horseback - Part IV of Eugene Cunningham's trip by horseback through Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Salvador, and Guatemala, with his photos; Our Canoe Trip - Carleton L. Dyer and a friend canoe in the wilds of Northern Ontario; The Feast of the Vultures - a remarkable annual festival near Constantine, in Algeria; A Pocket Republic - photo-illustrated account of a visit to the remarkable Republic of Andorra; Attacked by an Octopus - a fisherman's terrible experience on the coast of California; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Wide World  - True Stories of Adventure, September (Sept.) 1927, No. 353, Vol. LIX - The Alligators of Cambridge Gulf / Kwis-Kwis the Killer, Bowen, Patrick; Olden, C.; Woollacott, A.; Tench, C.; Torday, E.; Cassels, G.; Et al
14 Bowen, Patrick; Olden, C.; Woollacott, A.; Tench, C.; Torday, E.; Cassels, G.; Et al The Wide World - True Stories of Adventure, September (Sept.) 1927, No. 353, Vol. LIX - The Alligators of Cambridge Gulf / Kwis-Kwis the Killer
New York The International News Company 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Prater, Ernest; Wood, Stanley L.; Abbey, S.; Illingworth, L.G.; Moorsom, W.G.; Wigfull, W.E.; Cleaver, Reginald; Holloway, Cyril; Sindall, A.W.; Goss, G.W.; Tresilian, S. 
Pages 338-420 pages plus 16 pages of great vintage ads. Features: By Water in the Desert - an African witch doctor puts a curse on three white men; "Highclimbing" in the Tall Timbers - photo-illustrated article on high-climbers (high-riggers) of the Pacific Northwest which provides a vivid account of their work and its perils; Kwis-Kwis The Killer - British Columbia police sergeant Letherdale brings to book a most cunning and dangerous murderer in the vicinity of Queen Charlotte Sound; "Within the Law" - an unscrupulous Winnipeg estate agent tries to bring off an extra-smart deal; An African No Man's Land - the first crossing by white men of a queer region in the heart of the Belgian Congo - with photos; My Grandfather's Watch - after a watch is stolen in India, a servant suggests an unusual - and successful - method of retrieving it; Shark Catching Extraordinary - a local fisherman devises a novel method to take care of a shark which is threatening swimmers at a New Zealand resort; Through Spain in Disguise (part II) - Count and Countess Malmignati travel through Spain disguised as wandering Arab beggars; The Guru's Message - Journalist Colonel Charles Harrison Gibbons lay at death's door near the Khyber Pass but was relieved by a friend from a thousand miles away who was somehow contacted by an old native priest; The Big Voyage of the Little "Shanghai" (part IV) - the adventures of six young men sailing from Shanghai to Copenhagen; "On Construction" - the adventures of trying to build a new railway through the wilds of Africa; Experiences with the Alligators of Cambridge Gulf in Australia, with illustration of a Carl Jacobs alligator trap and photo of a massive 'gator caught at Wyndham; A Night with Lions - the appalling experience of corporal Fairweather of the B.S.A. Police on the banks of the Zambezi; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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Maclean's - Canada's Newsmagazine, October 31, 1977 - Gilles Villeneuve, Boyle, Harry; Fotheringham, Allan; et al
15 Boyle, Harry; Fotheringham, Allan; et al Maclean's - Canada's Newsmagazine, October 31, 1977 - Gilles Villeneuve
Toronto Maclean-Hunter Limited 1977 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall 
84 pages. Features: Interview with U.S. newsman Edwin Newman; Classy two-page ad for Seiko digital watches; Volkswagen Rabbit ad; This Country Showed Such Promise Once...; Nice color photo ad for Sears/De Beers Diamonds features new mother with child; CN Rail ad features image of executive R.R. Latimer; Media coverage of the House of Commons; Willy De Roos sails into Vancouver's False Creek Harbour, setting a world record for fastest Northwest Passage trip in the smallest craft ever to make the route; John McCallum burned by Winnipeg restaurant pyrotechnics; Bloody Italy - terrorist casualties mount; AMC Concord car ad; Ad for Montreal's Quen Elizabeth Hotel - the two storey hotel; Nice Pentax camera ad; Feature article on filmmaker Harry Rasky; Gilles Villeneuve - The Next Canadian Hero - photo-illustrated article; Lufthansa 737 hijacked to Mogadishu, Somalia - Entebbe-like rescue; The Ulster Peace Movement and Ciaran McKeown; Allan Bakke claims reverse discrimination at the University of California's medical school; Celebrity news about Linda Rondstadt, Billy Martin, Reggie Jackson and Billy Graham; People rush to Northern BC for pipeline and other opportunities; Trevor Pilley of the Bank of British Columbia (B.C.); Dodge Magnum XE colour-photo ad; The new 'Ottawa Today' newspaper; Ad for the Audi 5000; Musician Murray McLauchlan; Allan Fotheringham says Toronto may finally have something going for it!; and more. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. 
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The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics, Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al
16 Brand, J.B.; Bourne, George;Franck, H.A.; Yerburgh, The Rev. W.H.B.; White, Capt. T.W.; Thomason, Hugh; Pocock, R.; Chinnery, E.W.P.; Mander, Lionel; McMahon, (MeMahon?) T.J.; Et al The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIV - No. 261, January (Jan.) 1920 - Two Balloonatics
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1920 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Robinson, T.H.; Gillett, F.; Horne, A.E.; Cleaver, Ralph; Brightwell, L.R.; Prater, Ernest; Tennant, Dudley; Webb, Arch.; Black, A. & M.; Soper, G.; Coller, Hy. 
Pages 177-272, plus 16 pages of great ads. Features: The Blue Bandits - Part 1 - Elusive thieves operate in the Franco-Italian villages on either side of the frontier in the French department of the Hautes Alpes and the Italian district of Monte Viso; How I Lost My Christmas Dinner - hilarious story of a Christmas spent with the Maori adherents of self-styled "prophet" Rua - article with photos; On Foot Through South America - Part 2 - photo-illustrated account of Harry A. Franck's visit to Quito and his tramp through Ecuador; The Last Voyage of H.M.S. "Drake" - a vivid glimpse of the perils of convoy work and the "price of Admiralty"; ; The Trials of a Naturalist's Wife - Part 1; My Two Years' Captivity Among the Turks - Part 1of Airman Capt. T.W.White's adventures and daring escape; The Moonshiners - what happened when the author stumbled into a camp of Tennessee moonshiners; Photo of thousands of snakes at breeding time in the Klamath Falls, Oregon area; The Wonderland of the Arctic - description of a trip to Danish Greenland, with photos; In Quest of Cannibals - Part 3 - exploration and adventure in unknown New Guinea; Photo of German "Death Clock" constructed primarily of skulls and other bones; Two Balloonatics - an exciting balloon adventure from just before the war (WWI); Treasure Island - great photo-illustrated article about the remote South Pacific island of Nauru; The Mad Millionaire - how vast wealth came unexpectedly to a poor Mexican Indian, and the tragedy that ensued; The Sacred Mountain - photo-illustrated account of a picturesque Tibetan pilgrimage; The Resurrection of "Red" Wilson - an exciting story of the old days in the south-west, when the Apaches were still a terror in the land; Photo of a lakatoi (lakatois) New Guinea boat. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1942  - Brother Twelve (12) Issue, Bride, W.W.; Osmond, Edward; Thomas, T.J.; Hinckley, George; Strachan, A.W.; Inkster, T.H.; Price, Willard; et al
17 Bride, W.W.; Osmond, Edward; Thomas, T.J.; Hinckley, George; Strachan, A.W.; Inkster, T.H.; Price, Willard; et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1942 - Brother Twelve (12) Issue
London George Newnes Limited 1942 B00FNWSEEE First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Cuneo, T.T.; Holloway, Cyril 
Pages 119-176 plus 14 pages of vintage ads. Features: Brother Twelve - A man of dominating personality who, after many years' of study of Eastern occultism, founded a mysterious religious cult on an island off the coast of British Columbia - Wealthy converts flocked to join him, then disturbing events began to happen, disaster descended upon the community, and Brother Twelve vanished, leaving his disillusioned dupes to face ruin; Canada's New North; The Jaws of Death; What Happened to Wicks; Black Magic; The Shadow; The Pirate Pasha; On the Shoals; A Matter of Boundaries; When the Telephone Rang; The Passing of Rufus; The Apotheosis of Tom; The Builder of Drums. Unmarked with above-average wear. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this special issue. 
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The Wide World Magazine, March 1944 - The Man Who Lost Face, Brockie, Constable W.; Tench, C.V.; Nyberg, Captain Charles E.R.; Martyn, T.; McMaines, F.M.; Samuel, EdwardTaylor, Carl N.; Easterbrook, W.H.; Thomason, Capt. Hugh; Robertson, Wilfrid; Andrew, B. Le M.; Berry, Mike
18 Brockie, Constable W.; Tench, C.V.; Nyberg, Captain Charles E.R.; Martyn, T.; McMaines, F.M.; Samuel, EdwardTaylor, Carl N.; Easterbrook, W.H.; Thomason, Capt. Hugh; Robertson, Wilfrid; Andrew, B. Le M.; Berry, Mike The Wide World Magazine, March 1944 - The Man Who Lost Face
London George Newnes, Ltd. 1944 First Edition Paperback Fair Magazine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Treslian, S.; 
Pages 291-348 plus several pages of great vintage ads. Features: "Killer Sleeman" - a Mountie's challenge handling a cop-killer; The Man Who Lost Face - a young ship's officer gets in the bad books of Chinese smugglers; The Inventor of the "Rugger" - William Webb Ellis; Amateur Bandit; A Paraguayan Dance - wild and wooly doings; "Humpie" - the unfortunate choice of a gold-seeking partner; Crocodiles in Northern Australia - article with great photos; The Clue of the Single Finger-Print - Part III of the robbery ofthe First National Bank at Lamar, Colorado and the bloody aftermath; "Bhang" - the smoking of this forbidden narcotic in Africa; My Elephant Drive - a tale from the Belgian Congo - with photos; Madui's Curse - a Rhodesian tale; Beachcombers' Luck - an amusing story from the British Columbia coast; Fish-Spearing in the South Seas; and more. Above-average external wear. Covers attached but nearly loose. Contents clean and unmarked. A worthy copy. 
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The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1914, No. 200, Vol. 34 - Among Head-Hunters and Cannibals / Penelope Visits Finland, Browne, J.; Heighton, J.; Thomas, T.; Armour, C.; Hollingsworth, F.; Ranee of Sarawak; Fagan, D.; Et al
19 Browne, J.; Heighton, J.; Thomas, T.; Armour, C.; Hollingsworth, F.; Ranee of Sarawak; Fagan, D.; Et al The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, December (Dec.) 1914, No. 200, Vol. 34 - Among Head-Hunters and Cannibals / Penelope Visits Finland
New York The International News Company 1914 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Gordon, Alexandre; Evans, Treyer; Pride, Sid; Somerfield, T.; Evison, G. Henry; De Walton, John; Holloway, W.H.; Elcock, H.E.; Wigfull, W.E.; Webb, A. 
Pages 102-196 pages plus 32 pages of great vintage ads. Features: The Mutiny of the "Ziba" (part I) - a brutal captain and mates are murdered by their crew; Among Head-Hunters and Cannibals - great photo-illustrated article on some of the experiences of Captain W. Sinker who for years cruised the South Sea Islands in command of the Melanesian Mission steamer "Southern Cross"; The Rivals - two men were in love with the same lady; The Bluffing of Din Mahomed - a rascally Indian postal worker is brought to justice; The Runaway Train - story from a branch line of the C. and N.W.R.R. in Nebraska; My Adventures in Sarawak (part III) - adventures of the Rajah's bride amongst 'the lovable little people'; Hona's "Tapu" - what happened to to men who attempted to brave the curse of a Maori chief upon a rich gold-reef; An Unlucky Ride - in New Zealand a man sets of on a perilous 120 mile journey to see his lady, only to arrive late and offend her; Our Travels in Safari-land (part I) - Mrs. Fred Maturin (Edith Cecil-Porch) travels through British East Africa; The Night-Watchman's Story - an 1885 tale from the steamer 'Bengal Tiger' shipping from Paducah, Kentucky, as told by Ernest Prentis; Penelope Visits Finland - holiday jaunts to the 'Land of a Thousand Lakes"; Parker's Lesson - a 1913 story of a young man from Cambridge who went to Nigeria with ideas of how the natives should be handled; and more. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. 
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The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 29, 1927 - Richard Byrd on the Dark Side of Polar Flying, Byrd, Richard Evelyn; Ramsay, M.L.; Vancerbilt, Cornelius Jr.; Parker, Arthur C.; Laird, Donald A.; Masson, Thomas L.; Parish, George Henry; Taylor, Thomas Cameron; Roof, Katherine Metcalf; Swift, Ivan
20 Byrd, Richard Evelyn; Ramsay, M.L.; Vancerbilt, Cornelius Jr.; Parker, Arthur C.; Laird, Donald A.; Masson, Thomas L.; Parish, George Henry; Taylor, Thomas Cameron; Roof, Katherine Metcalf; Swift, Ivan The Dearborn Independent (Magazine) - Chronicler of the Neglected Truth, January (Jan.) 29, 1927 - Richard Byrd on the Dark Side of Polar Flying
Dearborn, Michigan The Dearborn Publishing Co. 1927 First Edition Paperback Good Magazine 4to - over 9" - 12" tall Van Der Heyden, Gerald;Legge, Russell; Thurber, Ruth; Mange, Les 
32 pages. Features: Great winter sports photos inside front cover; 'If" - The Dark Side of Polar Flying - great photo-illustrated article by Richard Evelyn Byrd, U.S.N.; The World's Champion Guesser - Joseph S. McCoy tells Congress how to cut your taxes - photo-illustrated article; Wall Street, Coolidge and Nicaragua - a trio of forces whose functioning means much to the nation's future; The Deadly Fiddle Tinkerer - making good bad and bad worse; Faking Antique Furniture; When One Plus One is Really One; Henry Ford's Page - worry about the present, not the past; Editorials - New York's Baumes Law, taxpayers to cover Rothschild losses on Cap Cod Canal venture, Tax rates paid by different industries, was Aimee Semple McPherson kidnapped?; Going After a Good Time and Missing It; Strange Men Who Could Not Keep Straight (part 1) - article with photo of San Francisco journalist Fremont Older; The Charge (against the U.S.) is 'Materialism' - ; Young People Were 'Going to Ye Doggs' in those good old days; Alien Influence on American Legislation; The Luck of the Hooker Mary Ann; The Triumphant American Mule; Chats with Office Callers - student race problems; Q & A; I Read in the Papers - New York and the Jews, News Bits; Amazing photos from around the world. Nibbling along top of coverfold. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy. 
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