The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 254, June 1919 - Yellowstone Winter Tragedy / Wild African Dogs


Pages 91-176 plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Features: My Tiger-Hunting Adventures in India; Adventures of Newspaper-Man, Frederic Martyn (part 2); Canada's New Wonderland - new railway in the neighbourhood of the Yellowhead Pass runs from Edmonton to Prince Rupert - article with great photos; The Raid - author brings down a Gotha; A Woman's Travels in Unknown Asia - part 4 - major article of times spent in China with many fascinating photos, including a 3-year-old couple engaged to be married!; Choking An Alligator; In a Cauldron of Fire; Lost in a Limestone Cave; Treed by a Leopard - a missionary's story of a Chinese farmer's terrible predicament; Through Holland in a Canal Boat - article with lovely photos; The Winter Tragedy of the Yellowstone - Corporal Thomas M. Connery recounts the life of the Yellowstone Mounted Police and the nerve-wracking, monotonous life of the winter guard, which led to a terrible tragedy; Photo of the smallest boot in the world; The Catching of "Black Abyss" - involves Australian horseman Harry Pitt; The Fatal Curve - rail coach goes down an embankment; A Fateful Night - adventures in the west - where revolvers settled disputes and vigilance committees made quick work of trials; My Experiences in the "Black Republic' - wild tales from Haiti (Hayti) "where complete savagery has been permitted until even recent years; My Adventures with African Wild Dogs - savage and cunning creatures of which little is known; The Bushranger - adventures involving a crook in the Australian goldfields; The "Water Trees" of the Soudan - the amazing Tebeldi tree - article with photos; Photo of large fruit tree being gassed beneath a large canvas to kill pests; Interesting back cover ad for Haywood's Tire Surgery features illustrations of Richard A. Oldham of Illinois and E.T. Buchmann of Chicago. Above-average wear. Covers detached but present. Unmarked. A worthy vintage copy.

Title: The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 254, June 1919 - Yellowstone Winter Tragedy / Wild African Dogs

Author: Chanappa, Anadaraya; Martyn, F.; MacAlister, A.; "Split-Pin"; Gaunt, M.; Von Someren, A.; Jones, C.G.; Treadway, J.E.; Jamieson, C.J.; Leslie, H.; Connery, T.M.; Beattie, S.A.; Rose, F.; Nugent, J.E.; Rose, F.; Et al

Illustrator: Wood, Stanley L.; Reynolds, Warwick; Bates, L.; Peddie, Tom

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes, Ltd.: 1919

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 123g4355

Keywords: The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, Vol. XLIII - No. 254, June 1919 - Winter Tragedy of the Yellowstone / Adventures with Wild African Dogs My Tiger-Hunting Adventures in India; Adventures of Newspaper-Man, Frederic Martyn (part 2); Canada's New Wonderland - new railway in the neighbourhood of the Yellowhead Pass runs from Edmonton to Prince Rupert - article with great photos; The Raid - author brings down a Gotha; A Woman's Travels in Unknown Asia - part 4 - major article of times spent in China with many fascinating photos, including a 3-year-old couple engaged to be married!; Choking An Alligator; In a Cauldron of Fire; Lost in a Limestone Cave; Treed by a Leopard - a missionary's story of a Chinese farmer's terrible predicament; Through Holland in a Canal Boat - article with lovely photos; The Winter Tragedy of the Yellowstone - Corporal Thomas M. Connery recounts the life of the Yellowstone Mounted Police and the nerve-wracking, monotonous life of the winter guard, which led to a terrible tragedy; Photo of the smallest boot in the world; The Catching of "Black Abyss" - involves Australian horseman Harry Pitt; The Fatal Curve - rail coach goes down an embankment; A Fateful Night - adventures in the west - where revolvers settled disputes and vigilance committees made quick work of trials; My Experiences in the "Black Republic' - wild tales from Haiti (Hayti) "where complete savagery has been permitted until even recent years; My Adventures with African Wild Dogs - savage and cunning creatures of which little is known; The Bushranger - adventures involving a crook in the Australian goldfields; The "Water Trees" of the Soudan - the amazing Tebeldi tree - article with photos; Photo of large fruit tree being gassed beneath a large canvas to kill pests; Interesting back cover ad for Haywood's Tire Surgery features illustrations of Richard A. Oldham of Illinois and E.T. Buchmann,