The Wide World Magazine - April, 1951

By: Various

Price: $119.95

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Condition: Fair


Features include: The Death Patrol - The story of a strange man-hunt in the Far North of Canada and its tragic sequel, told by former R.C.M.P. member William Brockie; The Tobacco-Farmers - The struggles of three youngsters who put their combined savings into an abandoned North Queensland farm; The Jewelled Cross Part II - Buried treasure comes to light in extraordinary circumstances during the Spanish Civil War; The Stowaway - a story related by a veteran sea captain; The Tale of a Shirt - The amusing tale of an African 'bush-boy' who longed for European clothes; The Miracle of the Sacred Eagles - An eye-witness account of a daily occurence at a hill-top temple in Southern India; The Landlord's Tale - A rousing sea story involving the "Eleanora'; The Wai Wai Indians of South America; The Delectable Island of Re in the Bay of Biscay; Jungle Magic - An inexplicable Malayan performance partaken in by the author; Australian Treasure Trove - a description of some of the buried wealth in the Australian wilds; Front cover detached and in fair condition. Writing upon page i and name pencilled atop back cover. Contents in good condition.

Title: The Wide World Magazine - April, 1951

Author: Various

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes Limited: 1951

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

Seller ID: 74602478

Keywords: The Wide World Magazine - April, 1951 Features include: The Death Patrol - The story of a strange man-hunt in the Far North of Canada and its tragic sequel, told by former R.C.M.P. member William Brockie; The Tobacco-Farmers - The struggles of three youngsters who put their combined savings into an abandoned North Queensland farm; The Jewelled Cross Part II - Buried treasure comes to light in extraordinary circumstances during the Spanish Civil War; The Stowaway - a story related by a veteran sea captain; The Tale of a Shirt - The amusing tale of an African 'bush-boy' who longed for European clothes; The Miracle of the Sacred Eagles - An eye-witness account of a daily occurence at a hill-top temple in Southern India; The Landlord's Tale - A rousing sea story involving the "Eleanora'; The Wai Wai Indians of South America; The Delectable Island of Re in the Bay of Biscay; Jungle Magic - An inexplicable Malayan performance partaken in by the author; Australian Treasure Trove - a description of some of the buried wealth in the Australian wilds; Front cover detached and in fair condition. Writing upon page i and name pencilled atop back cover. Contents in good condition.,