The Wide World Magazine - December 1925: Vol. LVI No. 333

By: Multiple Contributors

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Features: The Mine that Disappeared - a story related by a mining engineer about the Bocanegra Mine; Casshel's Escape - the story of Ernest Casshel, one of the few criminals to ever escape from the "North-West Mounted" (locale - Calgary, Alberta); On the trail of the Dinosaur - a recent expedition into the Colorado River section of the great American Desert, in the State of Arizona, claims to have found not only fossil tracks of the three-toed dinosaur, but a rock-carving of a dinosaur - a picture which man could not have made unless he had seen the reptile he attempted to portray - photos; Babes in a boat - a neophyte sailor and his wife set sail across the Pacific - Part II (conclusion); The Padded Room - one of the most amazing plots in the annals of the French police; Five Greenhorns in Canada - An amusing and illustrated account of the adventures of five inexperienced Englishmen who set forth to make homes for themselves in the Canadian wilderness; Lost in the heart of Peru - an explorer is abandoned by his guide in the upper reaches of the Amazon - part IV (conclusion); The Demon Lion of Bandari - Lion Hunt; At Grips in the Girders - an extraordinary battle; An Alligator-Hunter's Story in Mexico; Part IV of In Search of the Lost Oases - a desert trip from Sollum on the Mediterranean to El Obeid in the Sudan - many photos; The Phantom Reporter - a story from Canada's Pacific Coast by Charles Harrison Gibbons. Above-average wear. Faint owner's name atop front cover else unmarked. Binding intact. Nothing loose. Decent copy of this broadly interesting issue.

Title: The Wide World Magazine - December 1925: Vol. LVI No. 333

Author: Multiple Contributors

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes Limited: 1925

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 123a9659

Keywords: The Wide World Magazine - December 1925: Vol. LVI No. 333 The Mine that Disappeared - a story related by a mining engineer about the Bocanegra Mine; Casshel's Escape - the story of Ernest Casshel, one of the few criminals to ever escape from the "North-West Mounted" (locale - Calgary, Alberta); On the trail of the Dinosaur - a recent expedition into the Colorado River section of the great American Desert, in the State of Arizona, claims to have found not only fossil tracks of the three-toed dinosaur, but a rock-carving of a dinosaur - a picture which man could not have made unless he had seen the reptile he attempted to portray - photos; Babes in a boat - a neophyte sailor and his wife set sail across the Pacific - Part II (conclusion); The Padded Room - one of the most amazing plots in the annals of the French police; Five Greenhorns in Canada - An amusing and illustrated account of the adventures of five inexperienced Englishmen who set forth to make homes for themselves in the Canadian wilderness; Lost in the heart of Peru - an explorer is abandoned by his guide in the upper reaches of the Amazon - part IV (conclusion); The Demon Lion of Bandari - Lion Hunt; At Grips in the Girders - an extraordinary battle; An Alligator-Hunter's Story in Mexico; Part IV of In Search of the Lost Oases - a desert trip from Sollum on the Mediterranean to El Obeid in the Sudan - many photos; The Phantom Reporter - a story from Canada's Pacific Coast by Charles Harrison Gibbons.,