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Lugrin, N. De Bertrand

Published by Wide World Magazine, London (1904)

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Item Description: Wide World Magazine, London, 1904. No Binding. Book Condition: Good. Loose pages of article extracted from October 1904 issue: pp. 535-539, 7 illustrations. When the main paddle-shaft of a river steamer broke in the Yukon. Bookseller Inventory # 007950

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Lugrin, N. De Bertrand

Published by Wide World Magazine (1938)

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From: Cosmo Books (Shropshire., United Kingdom)

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Item Description: Wide World Magazine, 1938. Disbound. Book Condition: Very Good. George Soper (illustrator). First Edition. 3 pages. "Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not an offprint or a reprint." Illustrator: George Soper. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Wide World Magazine; Bookseller Inventory # 256468

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Lugrin, N. de Bertrand (illustrated by Uhthoff, Mrs. Ina D.D.)

Published by The Women's Canadian Club of Victoria Vancouver Island, British Columbia 1928 (1928)

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Item Description: The Women's Canadian Club of Victoria Vancouver Island, British Columbia 1928, 1928. Blue cloth with balck & yellow design of fort & lake with black lettering to front cover & gilt to spine. map end-papers Pp.(8),311 Frontis, 4 b.&w. illus. plus numerous drawing within text 8vo. Spine lightly sunned ow vg. Covers designed by Mrs. Fitzherbert Bullen, drawings in text by Mrs. Ina D.D. Uhthoff. Edited by John Hosie. This is volume, however volume 2 was never completed. Bookseller Inventory # 13187

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Cowan, James A.; Fleming, Brandon, Morley, Dennis; Swinton, Allan; Bunce, Frank; Soucisse, Victor C.; Roberts, Leslie, Lugrin, N. De Bertrand; Ross, Ann; Griffin, Dave; Phillips, Hec; Murphy, Kathleen, Campbell, Helen G.

Published by Maclean Hunter, Toronto (1936)

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Item Description: Maclean Hunter, Toronto, 1936. Paperback. Book Condition: Fair. First Edition. 48 pages. Features: Nostalgic Goodrich Tire photo ad inside front cover shows grieving family and their car after a blowout; Nice full-page photo ad for International Harvester heavy duty industrial equipment; Nice full-page photo ad for Canada Dry beverages; Horse Doctor (fiction); Our Olympic Chances - article with photos of athletes Hank Ciemen, Sammy Richardson and Phil Edwards; Honors Easy - fictional story of what happened aboard an Atlantic liner when two card sharps picked a 'sucker'; Revolt in Quebec - second in a series of articles presenting a French-Canadian's interpretation of Quebec's reform movement and the viewpoint of French Canada toward Confederation; Nemesis in Hind - a story of glamorous India, the India where death strikes mysteriously and superstition holds sway; Treasure Under the Arctic's Rim - the mineral wealth of Great Bear Lake; A Man and a Hundred Maids - a story of how too many girls may be worse than none at all; Gun-A-Noot - the strange case of the Indian who defied police for thirteen years and emerged from his trial as a hero; Beautiful full-page black and white photo ad for Sweet Caporal cigarettes featuring horse "Margo C", owned by Miss Faith Lyman of Montreal; and more. Back cover missing. Front cover holding loosely by one staple. Bookseller Inventory # 449G1251

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Anstruther, Charles; Lugrin, N. De Bertrand; McMillan, R.D.S.; Richards, H.G.; Brennan, W.; Stuart, J.K.; Cook, O.; Harries, C.L.; Stuart, F.S.; Taylor, M.M.; Charnley, W.; McMahon, R.; Hayter, C.N.C.; Dickie, F.

Published by George Newnes, Ltd., London (1925)

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Item Description: George Newnes, Ltd., London, 1925. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. First Edition. Pages 353-440 plus 16 pages of nostalgic ads. Features: What Happened to Mary Clark near Indianapolis - her car was hit by a train and she ended up on the front of the train which thundered on through the night!; The Haunted Bungalow - extraordinary story from South Africa; A Thousand Miles From Anywhere - Reverend Martyn Rogers and his family spent three years on the island of Tristan da Cunha - where mail came only once per year!; The Living Death - an eccentric chemist marries an Aztec girl in the hope of discovering the secrets of ancient Aztec dyes; Sands of Destruction - the fierce Atlantic is destroying the coast of Donegal in the north-west of Ireland - article with graphic photos; How I Lost My Job - the author worked as a teamster in British Columbia, until he lost a wagonload of explosives near Burns Lake; Two Years in Borneo - part 3 - the exciting outbreak at the Lubuk Estate; Trial by Ordeal in Africa; A Woman in Unknown Morocco - Fay Sutton's photo-illustrated narrative; Where Cannibals Roam - part 4 of 4 of this photo-illustrated article on a trip to the interior of Papua; The Stolen Telluride - A West Australian gold-miner's story; A Double Event - members of the South African Constabulary gets involved with horse racing; The Montreal Hold-Up - Canada's most daring armoured car robbery in broad daylight; The Downfall of "The Colonel" - a very clever American crook; Anderson's Pole-Cat - an exhausted British Columbia prospector stumbles upon a fortune in a trackless wilderness. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy of this great vintage issue. Bookseller Inventory # 123G4372

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