The Wide World Magazine for Men, April 1916, No. 216, Vol. 36 - Two Young Americans in Japan and Korea


Pages 482-576 + 30 pages of ads. Features: The "Brides" Special - when Swiss girls were regularly shipped to southern Chile to marry ranchers; Winter-Sport Mountaineering - how to avoid its dangers - article with photos; The Wreck of the 'County of Anglesea' - fight for the life of a capsized ship; Wanderings in Northern Persia - II - article with first-ever published photos of Kelat-i-Nadiri, the Gibraltar of Persia, and many other photos; A Fiery Ordeal - surviving a 1904 volcano on Mount Kloet on the island of Java; Down the Amazon from Source to Mouth, part VII; From Job to Job Around the World, Part II - fantastic travelogue of two young Americans in Japan and Korea with wonderful photos; The Saving Shadow - Rev. Wm. F. Rigge of the Creighton University Observatory uses shadows to help acquit a man facing serious charges; A Motor-Boat in Mexico - the villagers had never seen anything like it;; The Marchwood Ghost Mystery - A Highland Regiment soldier committed suicide in 1885 and his ghost was supposed to haunt the sentry's beat;;"The Heathen Chinee" - principally concerned with the Chinaman's attitude towards railways - also tells some quaint stories about the 'spirits of wind and water' which rule his actions during and after his life - article with great photos, especially all the Chinese aboard a Shanghai-Nanking Railway engine they had fled only a week before; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound vintage copy.

Title: The Wide World Magazine for Men, April 1916, No. 216, Vol. 36 - Two Young Americans in Japan and Korea

Author: Freeman, L.R.; Abraham, G.D.; Smith, A.E.; Lee, J.A.; Chown, E.; Besley, J.C.; Fletcher, A.C.B.; Shepstone, H.J.; Russan, A.; Keene, H.L.R.; Lewis, F.;

Illustrator: Somerfield, Thomas; Hodgson, E.S.; Wood, S.L.; Evison, G.H.; Wigfull, W.E.; Leist, F.

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes: 1916

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 123g3913

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