The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, October (Oct.), 1921, No. 282, Vol. XLVII: The Truth About Louis De Rougemont


Pages 442-528 plus 12 pages of ads. Features: A Man's Luck - Hjalmar Rutzebeck's story of life and love in the far north (Part I); Where Men Live Without Water - photo-illustrated article of life in the Kalihari Desert; Photo of the World's Biggest Saws in British Columbia - 9' in diameter with 190 detachable teeth; The Truth About Louis De Rougemont - photo-illustrated article; A Woman Doctor in the Bush - Margaret Lamont in New Zealand; Buried Cities of Asia Minor - IV - adventures of archaeologist C. Leonard Woolley and Colonel T.E. Lawrence investigate the towns of Carchemish and Jerablus, on the Euphrates; A Tug-of-War with an Alligator - extraordinary affair on the coast of Northern Queensland; Photo of a Pergola made of tombstones at Galt, Ontario; Through Central American on Horseback - Part III - Eugene Cunningham and a friend ride through Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Salvador, and Guatemala - article with photos; After Wild Boar in Anatolia - story with photos; Our Man-Eater - story of a tiger on a tea plantation; A Night Hunt in the Sahara - hunting jackals and gazelles on horseback by night; The Rendezvous of Death - how two tribes of Bedouin Arabs of Palestine finally settled a blood-feud that had cost many lives on both sides; A Fight with a Sea-Tiger (Orca) - Southern California encounter ends badly for veteran fisherman; The Adventures of a Rolling Stone - Part VIII (last instalment) of G.O'Hara's adventures; Ah Kim the Astute - a simple Chinaman allows an employer to 'put one over' on him; A Museum of Odds and Ends - photo-illustrated short write-up of the home of Mr. W.W. Beach on the summit of Mount Parnassus; and more. Back cover missing. Somewhat above-average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A worthy copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, October (Oct.), 1921, No. 282, Vol. XLVII: The Truth About Louis De Rougemont

Author: Rutzebeck, H.; Cornell, F.; Pitt-Kethley, V.; Lamont, M.; Woolley, C.; Clarke-Kennedy, S.; Cunningham, E.; Still, G.; Walkey, C.; et al

Illustrator: Wood, Stanley L.; Pearse, Alfred; Brock, R.H.; Crombie, Chas.; Whitaker, W.G.; Small, A.G.; Peddie, Tom; Elcock, Howard; Soper, G.; Wigfull, W.E.; Wood, Stanley L.; Waddell, J.

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The International New Company: 1921

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Fair

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 123h0553

Keywords: The Wide World - The Magazine for Everybody, October (Oct.), 1921, No. 282, Vol. XLVII: The Truth About Louis De Rougemont A Man's Luck - Hjalmar Rutzebeck's story of life and love in the far north (Part I); Where Men Live Without Water - photo-illustrated article of life in the Kalihari Desert; Photo of the World's Biggest Saws in British Columbia - 9' in diameter with 190 detachable teeth; The Truth About Louis De Rougemont - photo-illustrated article; A Woman Doctor in the Bush - Margaret Lamont in New Zealand; Buried Cities of Asia Minor - IV - adventures of archaeologist C. Leonard Woolley and Colonel T.E. Lawrence investigate the towns of Carchemish and Jerablus, on the Euphrates; A Tug-of-War with an Alligator - extraordinary affair on the coast of Northern Queensland; Photo of a Pergola made of tombstones at Galt, Ontario; Through Central American on Horseback - Part III - Eugene Cunningham and a friend ride through Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Salvador, and Guatemala - article with photos; After Wild Boar in Anatolia - story with photos; Our Man-Eater - story of a tiger on a tea plantation; A Night Hunt in the Sahara - hunting jackals and gazelles on horseback by night; The Rendezvous of Death - how two tribes of Bedouin Arabs of Palestine finally settled a blood-feud that had cost many lives on both sides; A Fight with a Sea-Tiger (Orca) - Southern California encounter ends badly for veteran fisherman; The Adventures of a Rolling Stone - Part VIII (last instalment) of G.O'Hara's adventures; Ah Kim the Astute - a simple Chinaman allows an employer to 'put one over' on him; A Museum of Odds and Ends - photo-illustrated short write-up of the home of Mr. W.W. Beach on the summit of Mount Parnassus,