The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, January (Jan.) 1943 - Brother Twelve (12) Issue


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 average wear. Short openings to fore-edge of some pages. Binding intact. A sound copy of this special issue. Please note: At the time of publication The Wide World published its Australia/New Zealand edition a month later thus, the first appearance of this issue was actually in December 1942.

Title: The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, January (Jan.) 1943 - Brother Twelve (12) Issue

Author: Bride, W.W.; Osmond, Edward; Thomas, T.J.; Hinckley, George; Strachan, A.W.; Inkster, T.H.; Price, Willard; et al

Illustrator: Cuneo, T.T.; Holloway, Cyril

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

Edition: Australia/New Zealand Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes Limited: 1943

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 123h2540

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