The Wide World Magazine, December 1957- Australian Edition

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

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Condition: Fair

Features: The Voice of Afwi - the Toma tribe of Lower Guinea in Africa by Hugo Charteris (continued in a later issue); The Sabotaged Derelict - a tale from a Coast Guard officer on America's eastern seaboard; Little People of the Snows - Penguins (nice photos); Only Two Came Home - Fierce shark attacks documented; The Navy to the Rescue - an event which earned the author, Admiral Lord Mountevans, the only gold medal ever awarded by Lloyds; I was kidnapped by a runaway killer - Walter Boyd James in Penticton , British Columbia - the murder of Constable Geoffrye Ashton aboard the lake steamer S.S. Okanagan; The Curse of Kaimakam - troubles for the El Habr Arabs; Descent from Danger - Part II of "I'll Climb Mount Everest Alone" by Dennis Roberts; Treasure Islands of the Atlantic - where pirates buried their booty; The Manatee; and more. Backstrip open at places else clean and unmarked with average wear.