The Press: Last Adventure

At Miss Hutchinson's School in Memphis, where Mrs. Nell Halliburton still teaches practical applied psychology, the only boy ever admitted as a pupil was Mrs. Halliburton's son Richard. Dick Halliburton grew up and went to Princeton, where he was the shy, retiring editor of a photography magazine. In 1921, the year he graduated, he climbed the Matterhorn, surveyed the world and set out on a career of self-conscious adventuring that few men would have had the energy or ambition to undertake.

Richard Halliburton fulfilled himself in many ways and made it pay. He...

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