The Wide World Magazine, February (Feb.) 1929 - Over Niagara Falls in a Rubber Ball! / Biggest Hold-up on Record


Pages 254-336 plus 12 pages of ads. Features: Biggest Hold-up on Record - robbery of the U.S. Mail at Toledo, Ohio in February, 1921; Salvaging a God - a tale of South Sea natives and one of their gods; Pekin (Peking / Beijing) to London, Mostly by Car- Fantastic photo-illustrated article on Capt. D.M. McCallum's 15,000 mile adventure, including photos of Angkor; Further Adventures of a Tenderfoot in Canada (part 3 of 3) - H.P. Musson's homestead turns out to be all rocks and precipices!; The People of Pierre Le Loupe - George E. Stuart-Reid volunteers with the North-West Mounted to finally capture a half-breed murderer after a long and arduous hunt; A Day in the Life of a South African Farmer; Over Niagara Falls in a Rubber Ball! - Amazing photo-illustrated article on Jean Albert Lussier and his daring exploit; How I Won My Horse - Margaret S. Coffman and her challenging 300-mile Texas ride; The Big Leopard - John de Bruin recounts how he was attacked - with photo; When Raj Mungal Saw Red - a valuable elephant goes rogue in Sabalpur, India; The Snake Worshippers - a story from Calcutta about the Ooriyas, natives of the province of Orissa on the east coast of India; Through the Heart of Afghanistan - Part 2 of 2 of this photo-illustrated account of Emil Trinkler and his trip to this strange land of desolate mountains and fertile valleys, with photos of the huge cliff carvings at Bamian; Following the Frontier Trail - Newspaperwoman Edith Ammons Kohl recounts her experiences in the vast range country of Wyoming; My Strangest Experience - a story of the occult by a trooper in the B.S.A. police. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this excellent vintage issue.

Title: The Wide World Magazine, February (Feb.) 1929 - Over Niagara Falls in a Rubber Ball! / Biggest Hold-up on Record

Author: Scotty; Jack MacLeod; D.M. McCullum; H.P. Musson; G.E. Stuart-Reid; H.C. Thompson; Orrin E. Dunlap; M.S. Coffman; J. De Bruin; F.A. Liebenberg; Gill, E.; Shaw, M.; Trinkler, E.; Kohl, E.; Stuart, M.

Illustrator: Norman Sutcliffe; T.H. Peddie; W.J. Gale; Dudley Tennant; John De Walton; E.J. Kealey; S. Tresilian; Cyril Holloway; S.H. Vedder; Francis E. Hiley; G.W. Goss; Nicolson (cover)

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

Edition: American Edition

Publisher: New York, The International News Company: 1929

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 123h0028

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