The Wide World Magazine - Vol. XXXII - No. 187, November (Nov.) 1913 - The "Beast-Man"


100 Pages plus 28 pages of great ads. Features: The Crusader's Ghost a tale from Manorbier, a village in Pembrokeshire; The Ice-Harvest of Norway - *fascinating* article and many descriptive photos explain how large blocks of ice are produced and transported to London for sale; Twenty Dreadful Days - Captain W.H. Derard's vessel, the "Siddartha" was dismasted in the Atlantic; Through the Land of Witchcraft - Part 3 - "Ju-Ju" in remote bush districts of West Africa; How We Saved the Team - an Australian teamster saves his runaway bullocks as they hang over a precipice; Paid in Full - Captain G.D. Haigh was captured and mistreated by Boers but he escaped and brought justice to his former captors; Our Trip to the Cedars of Lebanon - *magnificently* photo-illustrated article; The Hunted Hunters - While chasing a French-Canadian lumberman/murderer the pursuers are hunted by wolves!; Stopping a Runaway Engine; Across the Congo - Part 4 - photo-illustrated article describing the 3,500 mile journey of Marguerite Roby from Boma to Elizabethville; The "Beast-Man" - John Tornow vowed a vendetta against the entire human race in the Chehalis County area of Washington state; A Wanderer in Sicily - wonderful travel article with many great photos; School-Teaching in the West - wild times at a mixed composition school at Beaver Creek near Fort Benton, USA. Average wear. Unmarked. Covers loose but present. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: The Wide World Magazine - Vol. XXXII - No. 187, November (Nov.) 1913 - The "Beast-Man"

Author: Purcell, M.; Bowden, C.F.; Gerard, W.H.; Talbot, P.A.; Baker, R.G.; Haigh, G.D.; Joslyn, H.S.; Marshall, D.J.; Cheek, A.A.; Roby, M.; Et al

Illustrator: Dugdale, T.C.; Wigfull, W.E.; De Walton, John; Soper, George; Reynolds, Warwick; Somerfield, T.; Simmons, Graham; Machefert, A.C.

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes, Ltd.: 1913

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 123g4362

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