The Wide World Magazine, June 1923, Vol. LI No. 302: Bali - Isle of Wonder


Pages 89-176, plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Features: The House of Death - how an Oklahoma rancher saved his own life; Three Asses in the Pyrenees - part 6 - the continued story of this European adventure trip; Bali - Isle of Wonder - wonderfully photo-illustrated article; Mrs. Robinson Crusoe - part 1of the adventure of Mrs. Idelle S. Meng and her husband on one of the loneliest islands in the Pacific; The Six Feathers - the unfortunate experience of a New Guinea trader who tried to smuggle the forbidden bird-of-paradise plumes out of the country; The Wood-Carvers of the Tyrol - great photo-illustrated article on a trip to the Groden VValley; The Romance of the Fur Trade - photo-illustrated article on fur trapping and fur farming in North-west Canada, including photo of a large polar bear being hauled into a boat; A Woman in Unknown Albania - part 3; The Trail of the Lonesome Postman - letters being delivered to some of the world's most remote locations; Caught by a Crocodile a British officer attempts to fill his water bottle at a river; The Idol That Jumped - the author purchased a 'devil-devil' figure from a Solomon Island chief, then startling things happened; The Merepur Mystery - a mystery is solved in India; The Man Who Fell Six Miles - Major R.W. Schroeder and his airplane - article with photos; The Written Word - Jim Carter saved himself in India with some clever writing. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue.

Title: The Wide World Magazine, June 1923, Vol. LI No. 302: Bali - Isle of Wonder

Author Name: Thomason, Hugh; Walmsley, Leo; Collins, Dale; Meng, I.; Osborne, H.C.; Vivian, H.; Shepstone, H.J.; Lane, R.W.; Holloway, W.H.; Casserly, G.; Collinson, C.W.; Alexander, A.; Masters, D.; Gilhespy

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

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, George Newnes, Ltd.: 1923

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 123G4365

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