The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, November (Nov.), 1921, No. 283, Vol. XLVIII: Businessman Becomes Amateur Robinson Crusoe


88 Pages plus 16 pages of ads. Features: A Girl of the Island - a beautiful girl is shipwrecked on a lonely tropic island; A Man's Luck - Part III - Hjalmar Rutzebeck story of life and love in the Far North; The Mystery of Charlie Ross - tragic story of the kidnapping of four-year-old Charlie Ross from his home near Philadelphia; My Island of Dreams - Part I of the adventures of amateur Robinson Crusoe, J.W. Frings - with his photos; Taming the Head-Hunters - author and a party of ten police enter the little-known hill country of British North Borneo to punish a tribe of head-hunting Dyaks; Through Central America on Horseback - Part IV of Eugene Cunningham's trip by horseback through Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Salvador, and Guatemala, with his photos; Our Canoe Trip - Carleton L. Dyer and a friend canoe in the wilds of Northern Ontario; The Feast of the Vultures - a remarkable annual festival near Constantine, in Algeria; A Pocket Republic - photo-illustrated account of a visit to the remarkable Republic of Andorra; Attacked by an Octopus - a fisherman's terrible experience on the coast of California; and more. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, November (Nov.), 1921, No. 283, Vol. XLVIII: Businessman Becomes Amateur Robinson Crusoe

Author: Bootes, H.; Rutzebeck, H.; Golden, R.; Frings, J.; Dunlop, A.; Cunningham, E.; Dyer, C.; Forbin, V.; McKechnie, N.; Repp, E.

Illustrator: Oakdale, E.G.; Wood, Stanley L.; Tennant, Dudley; Coller, H.; De Walton, John; Peddie, Tom

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The International New Company: 1921

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 123h0552

Keywords: The Wide World Magazine - The Magazine for Everybody, November (Nov.), 1921, No. 283, Vol. XLVIII: Businessman Becomes Amateur Robinson Crusoe A Girl of the Island - a beautiful girl is shipwrecked on a lonely tropic island; A Man's Luck - Part III - Hjalmar Rutzebeck story of life and love in the Far North; The Mystery of Charlie Ross - tragic story of the kidnapping of four-year-old Charlie Ross from his home near Philadelphia; My Island of Dreams - Part I of the adventures of amateur Robinson Crusoe, J.W. Frings - with his photos; Taming the Head-Hunters - author and a party of ten police enter the little-known hill country of British North Borneo to punish a tribe of head-hunting Dyaks; Through Central America on Horseback - Part IV of Eugene Cunningham's trip by horseback through Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Salvador, and Guatemala, with his photos; Our Canoe Trip - Carleton L. Dyer and a friend canoe in the wilds of Northern Ontario; The Feast of the Vultures - a remarkable annual festival near Constantine, in Algeria; A Pocket Republic - photo-illustrated account of a visit to the remarkable Republic of Andorra; Attacked by an Octopus - a fisherman's terrible experience on the coast of California,