The Wide World Magazine - July 1928, Vol. LXI, No. 364

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $199.95

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Features: Two Men and a Donkey - Part I - two young artists walk from the South of France to Spain; With a Pack-Train in Jasper National Park, Canada; Dead Men's Tracks - Part II - a Western Australia Story about a lost mine; My Adventures in Mexico - Part I, by John Edwin Hogg; Obtaining an identity card in France; The Harpist of Alexandria; My First Panther - The Fur Trail - a trappers tale from the southern end of Kootenay Lake, British Columbia, Canada; To Lhasa in Disguise - Part III (Conclusion) - how a white woman succeeded, for the first time in history, in entering Lhasa, the Forbidden City of Tibet; The King of the Dedangs - how an obsure adventurer became a short-term king of certain savage tribes; Checkmate - how a murderous gang of dacoits in India met their Waterloo; a special home in Parksville, British Columbia (photos); A Night with Crocodiles - an eventful African river journey. Covers loose but present. Light pencil signature atop front cover. Above-average wear. Still a worthy copy.