The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody: August 1921 - The Witherell Kidnapping


Black and white photos and illustrations. Features: The Witherell Kidnapping case - Mrs. Gladys Witherell was kidnapped for several days - article with photos of victim and perpetrators; Bad Man Louis - a tale from what is now Glacier National Park in Montana; The Justice of the North - The North-West Mounted Police set out in search of two Eskimos - Sinnisiak and Uluksak - who killed Catholic priests in Canada's north; The Cowboys of the Camargue - a description of the life and cowboys of Frances's Camargue; Through Central America on Horseback - Part I - Eugene Cunningham describes his trip by horseback south from San Jose, Costa Rica - with photos; The Wreck of the "Angola" - the horrible tale of 42 days afloat between China and the Philippines; The River of Mystery - the largely unknown Orange River of South Africa; The Adventures of a Rolling Stone - VI - the author finds himself hired as a Montana ranch hand; Photo and brief writeup of Turkey farm of Mr. M.A. Stutsman in Barstow, California; Two Boys in the Foreign Legion - young men choose to escape from the French Foreign Legion in the African desert, pursued by Arabs; Photo and brief write-up of "The Joshua Tree", the world's largest Yucca tree in southern California; The Buried Cities of Asia Minor - II - investigating the cities of Carchemish and Jerablus, on the Euphrates; The Cowboy Outlaw - Kid Curry terrorized the western states; Odds and Ends - Hungarian barber and Egyptian fisherman at work; nice vintage ads. Average wear. Bits of external tape secure spine. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody: August 1921 - The Witherell Kidnapping

Author: Wiles, Otis M.; d'Easum, B.C.; Sullivan, Alan; Story, Somerville; Lees, Frederic; Cunningham, Eugene; Long, Edward E.; Cornell, Fred C.; O'Hara, G.; Phillimore, Mrs. C.E.; Woolley, C. Leonard; Siringo, Charles A.

Illustrator: Whitaker, W.G.; Bates, Leo; Soper, G.; Gillett, F.; Robinson, T.H.; Wood, Stanley L.; Lane, Harry; Crombie, Chas; Tennant, Dudley

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: U.K., George Newnes Limited: 1921

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 123g1458

Keywords: The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody: August 1921 Witherell Kidnapping case - Mrs. Gladys Witherell was kidnapped for several days - article with photos of victim and perpetrators; Bad Man Louis - a tale from what is now Glacier National Park in Montana; The Justice of the North - The North-West Mounted Police set out in search of two Eskimos - Sinnisiak and Uluksak - who killed Catholic priests in Canada's north; The Cowboys of the Camargue - a description of the life and cowboys of Frances's Camargue; Through Central America on Horseback - Part I - Eugene Cunningham describes his trip by horseback south from San Jose, Costa Rica - with photos; The Wreck of the "Angola" - the horrible tale of 42 days afloat between China and the Philippines; The River of Mystery - the largely unknown Orange River of South Africa; The Adventures of a Rolling Stone - VI - the author finds himself hired as a Montana ranch hand; Photo and brief writeup of Turkey farm of Mr. M.A. Stutsman in Barstow, California; Two Boys in the Foreign Legion - young men choose to escape from the French Foreign Legion in the African desert, pursued by Arabs; Photo and brief write-up of "The Joshua Tree", the world's largest Yucca tree in southern California; The Buried Cities of Asia Minor - II - investigating the cities of Carchemish and Jerablus, on the Euphrates; The Cowboy Outlaw - Kid Curry terrorized the western states; Odds and Ends - Hungarian barber and Egyptian fisherman,