The Wide World Magazine, November 1952

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Fair

Features: Dead Man's Double - working aboard a foreign 'tramp' to get home to Australia ends up in big problems because of the author's double; A Baptism of Fire - A young forest ranger of the British Columbia Forest Service fights a fire which puts over a hundred people in a logging camp at risk; The Trek - a minor pioneer adventure in East Africa; A Case of Contraband - happy days in Central America; The Golden Ingot - A West African Confidence Man; Down Mexico Way - Two Jacks ashore get in trouble as they explore the Mexican countryside; The Fire-Walker - the celebrated Hindu shrine at Kataragama, Ceylon; Pioneer Pilot - Peter Strong; One Thing After Another - good luck finally falls on a hard luck fellow in depression-era Australia; The Burma Road - Nice photos; Strange South Sea Burial-Customs; Olsen's Secret - a grim story from the American Coal Fields; The Octopus - a young man's nightmare underwater battle with a gigantic octopus; and more. Above-average wear. Coupon neatly clipped from atop page 121, articles unaffected. Binding intact.