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 SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY (D. A, JOURDAN; THEODORE L. THOMAS; DON BERRY; RICHARD WILSON; CALVIN M. KNOX - AKA ROBERT SILVERBERG; CAROL EMSHWILLER; THOMAS N. SCORTIA; THOMAS E. PURDOM; SCOTT NICHOLS; ISAAC ASIMOV; RICHARD H. MACKLIN, PH.D.), Science Fiction Quarterly: August, Aug. 1957
SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY (D. A, JOURDAN; THEODORE L. THOMAS; DON BERRY; RICHARD WILSON; CALVIN M. KNOX - AKA ROBERT SILVERBERG; CAROL EMSHWILLER; THOMAS N. SCORTIA; THOMAS E. PURDOM; SCOTT NICHOLS; ISAAC ASIMOV; RICHARD H. MACKLIN, PH.D.)
Science Fiction Quarterly: August, Aug. 1957
MA, Columbia Publications. 1957. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 5, No. 2. Edited by Robert A. W. Lowndes. Cover art by Emsh for "En Route to Earth" by Calvin M. Knox [Robert Silverberg]. Includes "Consolation Prize" (novelet) by D. A, Jourdan; "The Attractive Nuisance" (novelet) by Theodore L. Thomas; "Interference" by Don Berry; "The Locus Focus" by Richard Wilson; "Two-Step for Six Legs" by Carol Emshwiller; "A Walk in the Snow" by Thomas N. Scortia; "A Matter of Privacy" by Thomas E. Purdom; "Cassandra" by Scott Nichols. Features: "Axioms for Everybody" by Isaac Asimov; "Science in Science Fiction" by Richard H. Macklin, Ph.D. Departments: "Many Mansions" (editorial); "Inside Science Fiction" by Bob Madle; "It Says Here" (letters). Illustrated by Emsh and Freas. Creased; edgewear with small tears spine is a bit rough; tanning; stress; mark in first page in pencil; cover scuffs; pencil mark on rear. Good to Very Good-.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (JAMES NORMAN; JOHN YORK CABOT; JOHN BROOM; NELSON S. BOND; ROBERT BLOCH; NELSON S. BOND; ED EARL REPP), Fantastic Adventures: April, Apr. 1940
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (JAMES NORMAN; JOHN YORK CABOT; JOHN BROOM; NELSON S. BOND; ROBERT BLOCH; NELSON S. BOND; ED EARL REPP)
Fantastic Adventures: April, Apr. 1940
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 2, No. 4. Bedsheet-sized pulp. Edited by Ray Palmer. Cover art by Frank R. Paul for "The Blue Tropics" by James Norman. Includes "The Man the World Forgot" by John York Cabot; "Land of Wooden Men" by John Broom; "The Judging of the Priestess" by Nelson S. Bond; "Queen of the Metal Men" by Robert Bloch; "The Madness of Lancelot Biggs" by Nelson S. Bond; "Norris Tapley's Sixth Sense" by Ed Earl Repp. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "Romance of The Elements"; "Fantastic Hoaxes"; "Fantastic Humans"; "Forecast"; "Introducing the Authors: Robert Bloch"; "Quiz Page"; "Readers' Page"; "Story Contest"; "Correspondence Corner"; "Life on Uranus" (illustrated by Frank R. Paul on rear); "Contest Page". Illustrated by Robert Fuqua, H. R. Hammond, Julian S. Krupa, Leo Morey, Jay Jackson, and Joe Sewell. Edgewear; creasing; glue-mends to front hinge; small tears and minor losses; tanning. Good to Very Good-.
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Keywords: Fantasy, Science Fiction Pulps

 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; B. E. LISTON; LESTER BARCLAY; J. J. ALLERTON; E. E. PELLETIER; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON), Fantastic Adventures: July 1945
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; B. E. LISTON; LESTER BARCLAY; J. J. ALLERTON; E. E. PELLETIER; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON)
Fantastic Adventures: July 1945
NY, Ziff Davis. 1945. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 7, No. 3. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover by Arnold Kohn for "Diamond of Doom" (novel) by Alexander Blade (house pseud.). Includes "A Grave for Gullible" by B. E. Liston [Berkeley Livingston]; "The Tiger Has a Souli" by Lester Barclay [Berkeley Livingston]; "Dr. Zanger's Cats" (novelet) by J. J. Allerton; "What's New?" by E. E. Pelletier; "It's Raining Dimes" and "The Lotus Temple" (novelet) by Berkeley Livingston. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "The Little Things in Life" by Fran Miles; "Fantastic facts" by Lee Owens; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by Alexander Blade"; "Home Grown Meat" by J. Nelson; "Romance of the Elements" by Gordon McLean & Rod Ruth; "Marine Engineering in the Insect World" by Henrietta Brown; "Reader's Page"; "Something Simple for the Scientists" by Wayne Harris; "The Greenhouse Factory" by C. S. Rice; "Latest of the Miraculous 'Sulfas" by Joe Manners; "High! Octane Gas" by Carter T. Wainwright; "The Pleasant Dentist" by Pete Bogg; "Stories of the Stars" by Henry Gade; "Looking Too Far Ahead" by Fran Miles; "Homemade Safety Glass" by A. Morris. Illustrations by Haddon, Fletcher, Ronald Clyne, Arnold Kohn, Robert Fuqua, J. Allen St. John, and Magarian. Bumps to front; loss at upper rear spine corner (about 3" long x 1" deep); tears at spine ends; dusty with some soiling and spots; tanning; a little musty. Good to Very Good-.
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Keywords: Science Fiction Fantasy Pulps Fantasy Pulps

 SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY (R. H. ROMANS; MILTON KALETSKY; DAVID C. COOKE; JOHN COLERIDGE - AKA EANDO BINDER; ARTHUR ALLPORT - AKA RAYMOND Z. GALLUN; HARL VINCENT), Science Fiction Quarterly: Summer 1940
SCIENCE FICTION QUARTERLY (R. H. ROMANS; MILTON KALETSKY; DAVID C. COOKE; JOHN COLERIDGE - AKA EANDO BINDER; ARTHUR ALLPORT - AKA RAYMOND Z. GALLUN; HARL VINCENT)
Science Fiction Quarterly: Summer 1940
MA, Double Action Magazines. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 1, No. 1. Cover by Jack Binder (uncredited). Includes "The Moon Conquerors" (novel) by R. H. Romans; "Space-Ship Derby" by Milton Kaletsky; "Package of Power" by David C. Cooke; "Polar Doom" by John Coleridge (Binder bros.); "The Gentle Brain" by Arthur Allport (Raymond Z. Gallun); "Life Inside a Wall" by Harl Vincent. Illustrated by Irving H. Novick. Edited by Charles D. Hornig. A little creasing; light rear cover soil. Very Good+.
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 AMAZING (DON WILCOX; CRAIG BROWNING; ROG PHILLIPS; LEE FRANCIS), Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1947
AMAZING (DON WILCOX; CRAIG BROWNING; ROG PHILLIPS; LEE FRANCIS)
Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1947
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1947. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 21, No. 11. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Robert Gibson Jones for "The Giants of Mogo" (novel) by Don Wilcox; rear cover by James B. Settles for "Impossible But True" (feature). Includes "Squeeze Play" by Craig Browning; "And Eve Was" (novelet) by Rog Phillips; "Murder Solves a Problem" by Lee Francis. Features: "The Observatory" (editorial); "Friendship and the Hormones" by John McCabe Moore; "Space Pilot's Problem" by H. C. Goble; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by Alexander Blade (house pseud.); "Oil-Bearing Rocks" by Charles Reeves; "Gods of the Sun" by Mildred Murdoch; "Discussions." Illustrated by Robert Gibson Jones, Robert Fuqua, Malcolm Smith, and William Aubrey Gray. Letter from John and Dorothy de Courcy. 1" tear at rear cover lower hinge; creasing; minor edge tears; mild tanning; date-stamp on rear. Very Good.
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 AMAZING (MILES J. BREUER; BOB OLSEN; DAVID H. KELLER; CAPT. S. P. MEEK; E. EDSEL NEWTON; JULES VERNE; IRVIN LESTER & FLETCHER PRATT; JACK BARNETTE), Amazing Stories: July 1929
AMAZING (MILES J. BREUER; BOB OLSEN; DAVID H. KELLER; CAPT. S. P. MEEK; E. EDSEL NEWTON; JULES VERNE; IRVIN LESTER & FLETCHER PRATT; JACK BARNETTE)
Amazing Stories: July 1929
NY, Experimenter in Receivership. 1929. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 4, No. 4. Bedsheet-sized pulp. Edited by T. O'Conor Sloane. Cover art by Mackay for "The Desert of Ice" (conclusion) by Jules Verne. Includes "Editorial: Appreciation of the Common" by T. O'Conor Sloane, Ph.D.; "The Book of Worlds" by Miles J. Breuer, M.D.; "The Superperfect Bride" by Bob Olsen; "The Flying Fool" by David H. Keller, M.D.; "Futility" by Capt. S. P. Meek; "The Space Hermit" by E. Edsel Newton; "Danger" by Irvin Lester & Fletcher Pratt; "The Purple Death" by Jack Barnette. Illustrated Makay, Paul, and Clardy. Front cover glued on at hinge; last page has a v--shaped piece out of foredge which affects one letter a little; dealer's marks' other minor losses; mild stains. Good to Very Good-.
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Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps, Periodicals

 AMAZING (JOSEPH W. SKIDMORE; GEORGE H. SCHEER, JR.; MILES J. BREUER, MD; PHIL COLLAS; CLARA E. CHESNUTT; NAT SCHACHNER; BOB OLSEN), Amazing Stories: October, Oct. 1935
AMAZING (JOSEPH W. SKIDMORE; GEORGE H. SCHEER, JR.; MILES J. BREUER, MD; PHIL COLLAS; CLARA E. CHESNUTT; NAT SCHACHNER; BOB OLSEN)
Amazing Stories: October, Oct. 1935
Chicago, Teck Publications. 1935. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 10, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by T. O'Conor Sloane, Ph.D. Cover art by Morey for "Another Dimension" by George H. Scheer, Jr. Includes "Editorial: Meters, Barleycorns, Feet, Paces and Other Measurements" by T. O'Conor Sloane; "A Legend of Posi and Nega" by Joseph W. Skidmore; "The Chemistry Murder Case" by Miles J. Breuer, MD; "The Inner Domain" by Phil Collas; "Escape from Ceres" by Clara E. Chesnutt; "World Gone Mad" by Nat Schachner; "Landscapes of Luna" (poem) by Bob Olsen; "Science Questionnaire"; "Discussions". Illustrations by Morey. A bit bent from poor stacking; tears at spine ends; standard tears and creases to overlaps; creasing. Very Good-.
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 AMAZING (CHESTER S. GEIER; ROG PHILLIPS; DON WILCOX; OGE-MAKE; RICHARD S. SHAVER), Amazing Stories: January, Jan. 1948
AMAZING (CHESTER S. GEIER; ROG PHILLIPS; DON WILCOX; OGE-MAKE; RICHARD S. SHAVER)
Amazing Stories: January, Jan. 1948
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1948. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 22, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Raymon Naylor for "Flight of the Starling" (novelet) by Chester S. Geier. Includes "Hate" (novelet) by Rog Phillips (Roger P. Graham); "The Rikits of Mars" (novelet) by Don Wilcox; "The Fire-Trail" by Oge-Make (L. Taylor Hansen). Features: "The Observatory" (editorial); "Astronomy and Ancient Religion in Playing Cards" by Rev. Irene Ferrier; "Vignettes of Famour Scientists" by Alexander Blade (house pseud.); "A Man-carrying Kite" by Charles Reeves; "Shaver on Inertia" by Richard S. Shaver; "Not So Static Electricity" by Pete Bogg; "Flight of the navaho" by Ray. A. Palmer; "Scientific Mysteries" by L. Taylor Hansen; "Approximation" by Jack Preble; "What Man Can Imagine" by Ralph Gibbs; "The Shaverian Hypothesis" by Robert Wall Kidwell; "Can a Man Become Invisible?" by James T. Benson; "Medieval Illict" by Richard S. Shaver; "Too Subtle for Me" by Linus Hogenmiller; "Two-Way Stretch at Light Speed" by H. C. Goble; "Discussions"; "Space Ship Over Idaho" by James B. Settles. Illustrated by Julian S. Krupa, Enoch Sharp, Frank R. Paul, and Robert Fuqua. Minor marginal tears; dealer's marks on covers. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 AMAZING (DON WILCOX; CRAIG BROWNING; ROG PHILLIPS; LEE FRANCIS), Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1947
AMAZING (DON WILCOX; CRAIG BROWNING; ROG PHILLIPS; LEE FRANCIS)
Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1947
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1947. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 21, No. 11. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Robert Gibson Jones for "The Giants of Mogo" (novel) by Don Wilcox; rear cover by James B. Settles for "Impossible But True" (feature). Includes "Squeeze Play" by Craig Browning; "And Eve Was" (novelet) by Rog Phillips; "Murder Solves a Problem" by Lee Francis. Features: "The Observatory" (editorial); "Friendship and the Hormones" by John McCabe Moore; "Space Pilot's Problem" by H. C. Goble; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by Alexander Blade (house pseud.); "Oil-Bearing Rocks" by Charles Reeves; "Gods of the Sun" by Mildred Murdoch; "Discussions." Illustrated by Robert Gibson Jones, Robert Fuqua, Malcolm Smith, and William Aubrey Gray. Letter from John and Dorothy de Courcy. Creasing; minor tears; dealer's marks; minor stains/spots on cover. Very Good+.
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 AMAZING (EDMOND HAMILTON; ROG PHILLIPS; LEE FRANCIS; FRANCES YERXA), Amazing Stories: September, Sept. 1947 ("the Star Kings")
AMAZING (EDMOND HAMILTON; ROG PHILLIPS; LEE FRANCIS; FRANCES YERXA)
Amazing Stories: September, Sept. 1947 ("the Star Kings")
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1947. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 21, No. 9. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Malcolm Smith for "The Star Kings" (novel) by Edmond Hamilton. Includes "The Univited Jest" by Rog Phillips [Roger P. Graham]; "Terror on the Telephone" by Lee Francis; "One More Spring" by Leroy Yerxa. Features: "The Observatory" by the editor; "The Inventor of the Crookes Tube" by Carter T. Wainright; "The Problems of Geology No. 1" by L. Taylor Hansen; "Was the Sinking of Atlantis Possible?" by Lucas C. Wellington; "Inside the Earth" by Mildred Murdoch; "Scientific Mysteries" by L. Taylor Hansen; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by ALexander Blade [house pseud.]; "Space Ships Limited, No. 4" by Jackson Ross; "Discussions" (readers); "To the Moon - Via Electricity" by Charles Recour. Letter from Chester S. Geier. Illustrated by Malcolm Smith, Joe Wirt Tillotson, Enoch Sharp, and Rod Ruth. Edgewear; a little creasing; light store stamp. Very Good+.
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 AMAZING (S. M. TENNESHAW; PAUL W. FAIRMAN; BARRY CORD; WALTER M. MILLER, JR.; ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT ARNETTE), Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1951
AMAZING (S. M. TENNESHAW; PAUL W. FAIRMAN; BARRY CORD; WALTER M. MILLER, JR.; ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT ARNETTE)
Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1951
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1951. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 25, No. 11. Pulp magazine. Edited by Howard Browne. Cover art by Ed Swiatek & Julian Krupa for "Beyond the Walls of Space" (short novel) by S. M. Tenneshaw (house pseud. unattributed). Includes "Proud Asteroid" by Paul W. Fairman; "The Pyramids from Space" (short novel) by Barry Cord; "The Space Witch" (novelette) by Walter M. Miller, Jr.; "Step Out of Your Body, Please" by Rog Phillips (Roger P. Graham); "A Matter of Stupidity" by Robert Arnette. Features: "The Observatory"; "Flaherty's Lucky Day" by E. Bruce Yaches; "That's Right - You're Wrong" by Frank Cain; "Death rays from Space" by Jon Barry; "A Voice on trhe Wire!" by Walt Crain; "Dig Out the Dead!" by Dale Lord; "Electron Killer" by L. A. Burt; "He Confounds the Experts!" by June Lurie; "Library in a Hurry!" by Leo Lewin; "No Gun for Junior" by Tom Lynch; "Nature Knows the Answers!" by Glenn Otis; "The Club House" by Rog Phillips; "Trade in Your Old Liver!" by Salem Lane; "The Reader's Forum"; "Science Fiction Bookcase" by Sam Merwin; "What One Man Knows." by Ralph Cox; "The Universe at Work" by John Weston. Illustrated by Dean Bershad, Tom Beecham, H. W. Kiemle, Ed Valigursky, Henry Sharp, and Frank Navarro. 1" rough tear at spine heel; dealer's marks. Very Good.
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 AMAZING (ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT FLEMING FITZPATRICK; LEE PRESCOTT; JOHN & DOROTHY DE COURCY; ALEXANDER BLADE), Amazing Stories: August, Aug. 1949
AMAZING (ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT FLEMING FITZPATRICK; LEE PRESCOTT; JOHN & DOROTHY DE COURCY; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Amazing Stories: August, Aug. 1949
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1949. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 23, No. 8. Pulp magazine. Edited by Ray Palmer. Cover art by Arnold Kohn for "I Paint from Death" (novelet) by Robert Fleming Fitzpatrick. Includes "The Awakening" (novelet) by Rog Phillips; "The Golden Pennies" (novelet) by Lee Prescott; "Traitor to War" (novelet) by John & Dorothy DeCourcy; "The World Is Dead" (novelet) by Alexander Blade (house pseud. - unattributed). Features: "The Observatory"; "Early Magic" by Carter T. Wainwright; 'Trading with Bulk" by A. Morris; "Legend of the Mesa" by Mona Lheasah; "Ancient Astronomy" by Pete Bogg; "Palomar Push-Up" by Charles Rudd; "The Meteor Hunters" by Chester Burke; "The Ancient Geometrical Monument" by Rocky Stone; "Pythagoras and Co" by R. Dee; "The Club House" by Rog Phillips; "The Dead World" by D. Wroble; "Have You a Mascot?" by Mildred Murdoch; "Sky Freaks" by Stanislaus Smith; "Expanding Universe" by Peter Millikan; "Mourning Customs" by Lester Fletcher; "Step by Step" by Charles Recour; "Relay Race" by John Madson; "Radar Network" by I. Kahn. Illustrated by Robert Keys, Arnold Kohn, and Bill Terry. Date-stamped on rear cover; lower rear cover hinge repair (glue); considerably less than standard wear at edges. Very Good+.
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AMAZING (ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT FLEMING FITZPATRICK; LEE PRESCOTT; JOHN & DOROTHY DE COURCY; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Amazing Stories: August, Aug. 1949
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1949. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 23, No. 8. Pulp magazine. Edited by Ray Palmer. Cover art by Arnold Kohn for "I Paint from Death" (novelet) by Robert Fleming Fitzpatrick. Includes "The Awakening" (novelet) by Rog Phillips; "The Golden Pennies" (novelet) by Lee Prescott; "Traitor to War" (novelet) by John & Dorothy DeCourcy; "The World Is Dead" (novelet) by Alexander Blade (house pseud. - unattributed). Features: "The Observatory"; "Early Magic" by Carter T. Wainwright; 'Trading with Bulk" by A. Morris; "Legend of the Mesa" by Mona Lheasah; "Ancient Astronomy" by Pete Bogg; "Palomar Push-Up" by Charles Rudd; "The Meteor Hunters" by Chester Burke; "The Ancient Geometrical Monument" by Rocky Stone; "Pythagoras and Co" by R. Dee; "The Club House" by Rog Phillips; "The Dead World" by D. Wroble; "Have You a Mascot?" by Mildred Murdoch; "Sky Freaks" by Stanislaus Smith; "Expanding Universe" by Peter Millikan; "Mourning Customs" by Lester Fletcher; "Step by Step" by Charles Recour; "Relay Race" by John Madson; "Radar Network" by I. Kahn. Illustrated by Robert Keys, Arnold Kohn, and Bill Terry. Standard edgewear with short closed tears. Very Good+.
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 AMAZING (ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT FLEMING FITZPATRICK; LEE PRESCOTT; JOHN & DOROTHY DE COURCY; ALEXANDER BLADE), Amazing Stories: August, Aug. 1949
AMAZING (ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT FLEMING FITZPATRICK; LEE PRESCOTT; JOHN & DOROTHY DE COURCY; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Amazing Stories: August, Aug. 1949
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1949. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 23, No. 8. Pulp magazine. Edited by Ray Palmer. Cover art by Arnold Kohn for "I Paint from Death" (novelet) by Robert Fleming Fitzpatrick. Includes "The Awakening" (novelet) by Rog Phillips; "The Golden Pennies" (novelet) by Lee Prescott; "Traitor to War" (novelet) by John & Dorothy DeCourcy; "The World Is Dead" (novelet) by Alexander Blade (house pseud. - unattributed). Features: "The Observatory"; "Early Magic" by Carter T. Wainwright; 'Trading with Bulk" by A. Morris; "Legend of the Mesa" by Mona Lheasah; "Ancient Astronomy" by Pete Bogg; "Palomar Push-Up" by Charles Rudd; "The Meteor Hunters" by Chester Burke; "The Ancient Geometrical Monument" by Rocky Stone; "Pythagoras and Co" by R. Dee; "The Club House" by Rog Phillips; "The Dead World" by D. Wroble; "Have You a Mascot?" by Mildred Murdoch; "Sky Freaks" by Stanislaus Smith; "Expanding Universe" by Peter Millikan; "Mourning Customs" by Lester Fletcher; "Step by Step" by Charles Recour; "Relay Race" by John Madson; "Radar Network" by I. Kahn. Illustrated by Robert Keys, Arnold Kohn, and Bill Terry. Very Good.
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 AMAZING (ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT FLEMING FITZPATRICK; LEE PRESCOTT; JOHN & DOROTHY DE COURCY; ALEXANDER BLADE), Amazing Stories: August, Aug. 1949
AMAZING (ROG PHILLIPS; ROBERT FLEMING FITZPATRICK; LEE PRESCOTT; JOHN & DOROTHY DE COURCY; ALEXANDER BLADE)
Amazing Stories: August, Aug. 1949
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1949. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 23, No. 8. Pulp magazine. Edited by Ray Palmer. Cover art by Arnold Kohn for "I Paint from Death" (novelet) by Robert Fleming Fitzpatrick. Includes "The Awakening" (novelet) by Rog Phillips; "The Golden Pennies" (novelet) by Lee Prescott; "Traitor to War" (novelet) by John & Dorothy DeCourcy; "The World Is Dead" (novelet) by Alexander Blade (house pseud. - unattributed). Features: "The Observatory"; "Early Magic" by Carter T. Wainwright; 'Trading with Bulk" by A. Morris; "Legend of the Mesa" by Mona Lheasah; "Ancient Astronomy" by Pete Bogg; "Palomar Push-Up" by Charles Rudd; "The Meteor Hunters" by Chester Burke; "The Ancient Geometrical Monument" by Rocky Stone; "Pythagoras and Co" by R. Dee; "The Club House" by Rog Phillips; "The Dead World" by D. Wroble; "Have You a Mascot?" by Mildred Murdoch; "Sky Freaks" by Stanislaus Smith; "Expanding Universe" by Peter Millikan; "Mourning Customs" by Lester Fletcher; "Step by Step" by Charles Recour; "Relay Race" by John Madson; "Radar Network" by I. Kahn. Illustrated by Robert Keys, Arnold Kohn, and Bill Terry.Thick brown tape inside front cover foredge; creasing; standard wear and tear at edges. Good+ to Very Good-.
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 AMAZING (MILTON LESSER; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; CHESTER S. GEIER; DON WILCOX), Amazing Stories: June 1952 ("Secret of the Black Planet")
AMAZING (MILTON LESSER; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; CHESTER S. GEIER; DON WILCOX)
Amazing Stories: June 1952 ("Secret of the Black Planet")
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1952. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 26, No. 6. Edited by Howard Browne. Pulp magazine. Cover art by Walter Popp for "Secret of the Black Planet" (short novel) by Milton Lesser. Includes "They Fly So High" by Ross Rocklynne; "The Opposite is Hell" (novelette) by Chester S. Geier; "Fifty Thousand Nuggets" by Don Wilcox; "Master of the Universe - III" by 'Author Unborn'. Features: "The Observatory"; "From Out of the Ashes" by Roy Small; "The Plant that Wanted to Die" by Merritt Linn; "Lifeboat in Space" by Tom Lynch; "All We Need Is the Engine" by Jack Winter; "Here's Mote in Your Eye" by Peter Dakin; "Meet Mr. Hotu" by Jon Barry; "The Arrow of Time" by Frederic Booth; "Language in a Vacuum" by Ralph Cox; "No Greater Discovery!" by William Karney; "The Club House" by Rog Phillips; "Science Fiction Bookcase" by Sam Merwin; "A Man Named Clarke" by Lee Owen; "The Reader's Forum"; "The Eye Upstairs" by June Lurie; "Man and the Metal Mind" by E. Bruce Yaches; "The Root of Life?" by Salem Lane; "Escape to Eternity" by Charles Recour; "Food Is Where You Find it" by Omar Booth; "Big Baby" by Leo Lewin; "That Sounds Better!" by Pete Boggs. Illustrated by Ed Emsler, David Stone, E. A. Alexander, and Ed Valigursky. A 3-4" tear at lower edge of front cover, starting at hinge; another nearly 4" loss at upper front foredge corner; creasing; small tears at spine ends; old prices and store stamp on first page; small edge losses to rear foredge. Good to Very Good-.
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 AMAZING (MARGARET ROGERS; WILLIAM LAWRENCE HAMLING; DON WILCOX; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; RICHARD S. SHAVER; ALEXANDER BLADE; H. B. HICKEY), Amazing Stories: January, Jan. 1947
AMAZING (MARGARET ROGERS; WILLIAM LAWRENCE HAMLING; DON WILCOX; ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; RICHARD S. SHAVER; ALEXANDER BLADE; H. B. HICKEY)
Amazing Stories: January, Jan. 1947
NY, Ziff Davis. 1947. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 21, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Edited by Ray Palmer. Cover art by H. W. McCauley for "The Mind Rovers" (novelet) by Richard S. Shaver. Includes "I Have Been in the Caves" by Margaret Rogers; "Rejuvenation Asteroid" by William Lawrence Hamling; "The Secret of Sutter's Lake" (novelet) by Don Wilcox; "Like Alarm Bells Ringing" by Robert Moore Williams; "Death Seems So Final" by Alexander Blade (unattributed house psued.); "Mr. Wilson's Watch" by H. B. Hickey. Features: "The Observatory" (editorial); "The Enigma of Erin" by H. C. Goble; "Scientific Oddities" by Lynn Standish; "The World of Dreams" by Sandy Miller; "Space Ships Limited: No. 1" by Jackson Ross; "Little Boy in Bronze" by Robert P. Melton; "Scientific Mysteries" by L. Taylor Hansen; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by Alexander Blade; "Checking Air-borne Diseases" by A. Morris; "The Cheops Pyramid: It's Construction" by A. Blade; "Drug of Truth" by Pete Bogg; "Discussions." Illustrated by Julian S. Krupa, Enoch Sharp, Ned Hadley, H. W. McCauley, and William A. Gray. Much less than average wear, but something has nibbled on lower edge; minor rear cover mark. Creasing; standard short tears. Very Good.
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Book number: PJ971
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 AMAZING (JACK WILLIAMSON; BERNARD BROWN; BOB OLSEN; HARL VINCENT; J. W. GROVES), Amazing Stories: October, Oct. 1931
AMAZING (JACK WILLIAMSON; BERNARD BROWN; BOB OLSEN; HARL VINCENT; J. W. GROVES)
Amazing Stories: October, Oct. 1931
NY, Teck Publications. 1931. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 6, No. 7. Bedsheet-sized magazine. Edited by T. O'Conor Sloane. Cover art by Morey for "The Stone from the Green Star" (pt. 1 of 2) by Jack Williamson. Includes "Prima Donna, 1980" by Bernard Brown; "The Master of Mystery" by Bob Olsen; "A Matter of Ethics" by Harl Vincent; "The Sphere of Death" by J. W. Groves. Features: "What Do You Know?"; "Discussions"; "In the Realm of Books." Illustrated by Morey. Letter from a young Charles D. Hornig. Glue inside hinges; lower frotn cover foredge corner off from stain; creasing; other chipping at corners and edges; date on cover in pen; rear cover is a scan, glued on at hinge. Fair to Good-.
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Book number: PJ983
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 AMAZING (T. O'CONOR SLOANE; JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; W. K. SONNEMANN; MAURICE DUCLOS; STANTON COBLENTZ; MILES J. BREUER; J. CHAPMAN MISKE), Amazing Stories: February, Feb. 1938
AMAZING (T. O'CONOR SLOANE; JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; W. K. SONNEMANN; MAURICE DUCLOS; STANTON COBLENTZ; MILES J. BREUER; J. CHAPMAN MISKE)
Amazing Stories: February, Feb. 1938
NY, Teck Publications. 1938. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 12, No. 1. Pulp magazine. Edited by T. O'Conor Sloane. Cover by Morey for "Greta, Queen of Queens" by W. K. Sonnemann. Includes "Editorial: Typography" by T. O'Conor Sloane. Ph.D.; "Zagribud" (pt. 2 of 3) by John Russell Fearn; "Spawn of the Ray" by Maurice Duclos; "Mr. Bowen's Wife Reduces" by Miles J. Breuer; "Exiles from the Universe" by Stanton Coblentz;."Time-Eternal" (poem) by J. Chapman Miske; "Science Questionnaire"; "In the Realm of Books" by C. A. Brandt; "Discussions". Illustrated by Morey. Letter from Sam Moskowitz (1st appearance in professional magazine). A little cohesion scarring at upper frotn foredge corner; store-stamp on cover; creasing; minor scuff; tears at spien ends with 1" loss at upper spine.. Very Good-.
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Book number: PF321
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 AMAZING (ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; EANDO BINDER; RALPH MILNE FARLEY; EDWIN K. SLOAT; ED EARL REPP; DON WILCOX), Amazing Stories: July 1939
AMAZING (ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; EANDO BINDER; RALPH MILNE FARLEY; EDWIN K. SLOAT; ED EARL REPP; DON WILCOX)
Amazing Stories: July 1939
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1939. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 13, No. 7. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Robert Fuqua for "Secret of the Pyramid" by Robert Moore Williams; rear cover by Julian S. Krupa for (Feature) "Space Devastator". Includes "The Trial of Adam Link, Robot" by Eando Binder [Otto Binder]; "Pe-Ra, Daughter of the Sun" by Ralph Milne Farley; "When Time Stood Still" by Edwin K. Sloat; "John Hale Convicts a Killer" by Ed Earl Repp; "The Pit of Death" by Don Wilcox. Features: "The Observatory"; "Riddles of Science"; "Science Quiz"; "Questions & Answers"; "Fantastic Adventures"; "Monthly Merit Award"; "Forecast"; "Meet the Authors"; "Wealth Free! - If You Can Get It"; "Discussions"; "Correspondence Corner".Illustrated by Robert Fuqua, Julian S. Krupa, and Leo Morey. Letters from W. Lawrence Hamling and others. Standard tears at edges; small loss at lower edge of front cover. Very Good.
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 AMAZING (ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; EANDO BINDER; RALPH MILNE FARLEY; EDWIN K. SLOAT; ED EARL REPP; DON WILCOX), Amazing Stories: July 1939
AMAZING (ROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS; EANDO BINDER; RALPH MILNE FARLEY; EDWIN K. SLOAT; ED EARL REPP; DON WILCOX)
Amazing Stories: July 1939
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1939. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 13, No. 7. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Robert Fuqua for "Secret of the Pyramid" by Robert Moore Williams; rear cover by Julian S. Krupa for (Feature) "Space Devastator". Includes "The Trial of Adam Link, Robot" by Eando Binder [Otto Binder]; "Pe-Ra, Daughter of the Sun" by Ralph Milne Farley; "When Time Stood Still" by Edwin K. Sloat; "John Hale Convicts a Killer" by Ed Earl Repp; "The Pit of Death" by Don Wilcox. Features: "The Observatory"; "Riddles of Science"; "Science Quiz"; "Questions & Answers"; "Fantastic Adventures"; "Monthly Merit Award"; "Forecast"; "Meet the Authors"; "Wealth Free! - If You Can Get It"; "Discussions"; "Correspondence Corner".Illustrated by Robert Fuqua, Julian S. Krupa, and Leo Morey. Letters from W. Lawrence Hamling and others. Minor creasing; short tear at mid rear foredge. Very Good+.
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Book number: PL664
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 AMAZING (DON WILCOX; FESTUS PRAGNELL; DAVID WRIGHT O' BRIEN; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; FLOYD GALE; ED EARL REPP; RALPH MILNE FARLEY), Amazing Stories: June 1940
AMAZING (DON WILCOX; FESTUS PRAGNELL; DAVID WRIGHT O' BRIEN; ROSS ROCKLYNNE; FLOYD GALE; ED EARL REPP; RALPH MILNE FARLEY)
Amazing Stories: June 1940
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 14, No. 6. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Julian S. Krupa for "Trapped on Titan" by David Wright O' Brien. Includes "Slave Raiders from Mercury" by Don Wilcox; "Warlords of Mars" by Festus Pragnell; "The Mathematical Kid" by Ross Rocklynne; "Treachery on Planetoid 41" by Floyd Gale; "Planet of Black Terror" by Ed Earl Repp; "The Time-Wise Guy" (contest winning ending) by Ralph Milne Farley. Features: "The Observatory"; "Riddles of Science"; "Meet the Author" highlights Pragnell & Rocklynne; "Questions & Answers"; "Science Quiz"; "Discussions"; "Correspondence Corner"; "When Meteorites Crash!" by Henry Gade (house pseud.) for rear cover illustration by Julian S. Krupa. Illustrated by Leo Morey, Robert Fuqua, Jay Jackson, Julian S. Krupa, Joe Sewell. Rear cover is a copy; frotn cover glued on at hinge wuith edge and corner losses; 1" loss at spine head; library stamp on cover. Fair to Good-.
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Book number: PJ624
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 AMAZING (ROBERT PAGE PRESTON; A. HYATT VERRILL; H. L. G. SULLIVAN; BOB OLSEN; JOE W. SKIDMORE), Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1934
AMAZING (ROBERT PAGE PRESTON; A. HYATT VERRILL; H. L. G. SULLIVAN; BOB OLSEN; JOE W. SKIDMORE)
Amazing Stories: November, Nov. 1934
NY, Teck Publications. 1934. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 9, No. 7. Pulp magazine. Edited by T. O'Conor Sloane. Dinosaur cover by Morey for "Land of Twilight" (pt. 1) by Robert Page Preston. Includes "Editorial: The Sphere of Vapor" by T. O'Conor Sloane, Ph.D.; "Through the Andes" (conc.) by A. Hyatt Verrill; "The Moon Waits" by H. L. G. Sullivan; "Noekken of Norway" by Bob Olsen; "The First Flight" by Joe W. Skidmore. Letters from Edward E. Smith, Oliver Saari, and others. Illustrated by Morey. No back cover; tanning; minor tears and losses to cover. Good-.
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Book number: PL733
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 AMAZING (JOHN & DOROTHY DE COURCY; A. K. JARVIS; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; CHARLES RECOUR; IRVING GERSON; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON; ROG PHILLIPS), Amazing Stories: July 1948
AMAZING (JOHN & DOROTHY DE COURCY; A. K. JARVIS; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; CHARLES RECOUR; IRVING GERSON; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON; ROG PHILLIPS)
Amazing Stories: July 1948
NY, Ziff Davis. 1948. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 22, No. 7. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Arnold Kohn for "The Man from Agharti" (short novel) by John & Dorothy de Courcy; rear cover illustration by James B. Settles showing "Space Ship in the Jungle." Includes "Mystery of the Midgets" (novelette) by A. K. Jarvis; "The Death of Asteroid 13" (novelette) by William P. McGivern; "That We May Rise Again" by Charles Recour; "In All Probability" by Irving Gerson; "The Triumph of the Pig" by Berkeley Livingston; "The Supernal Note" by Rog Phillips; "Amoeba 'Roid" by Charles Recour. Features: "The Observatory"; "The New Telescope" by Frances Yerxa; "Rotary Robot" by A. Morris; "Blast Furnace Booster" by Anthony B. Ott; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by Alexander Blade; "Go Away, Gravity" by Pete Bogg; "Cold Above the Earth" by R. Dee; "The Club House" by Rog Phillips; "Scientific Mysteries; The Mysterious Easterners" by L. Taylor Hansen; "Trick with Torque" by George Wells; "Mayan Mathematics" by Carter T. Wainwright; 'If We Get a Chance" by Richard S. Shaver; "Emptiness" by Robert Newton; "What Is Mathematics?" by M. Casey. Illustrated by Julian S. Krupa, Rod Ruth, William A. Gray, Raymond Naylor, and Malcolm Smith. Foredge tears have been tape-mended on back side; creasing; a little stress. Very Good-.
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Book number: PL845
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 AMAZING (T. O'CONOR SLOANE; JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; A. HYATT VERRILL; RICHARD TOOKER; A. L. HODGES; BOB OLSEN; WARD SKEEN; DERALD S. WALKER; C. A. BRANDT), Amazing Stories: June 1935 ("Liners of Time")
AMAZING (T. O'CONOR SLOANE; JOHN RUSSELL FEARN; A. HYATT VERRILL; RICHARD TOOKER; A. L. HODGES; BOB OLSEN; WARD SKEEN; DERALD S. WALKER; C. A. BRANDT)
Amazing Stories: June 1935 ("Liners of Time")
Chicago, Teck Publications. 1935. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 10, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by T. O'Conor Sloane, Ph.D. Cover art by Morey for "Moon of Arcturus" by Richard Tooker. Includes "The Old and the New Atom" (editorial) by T. O'Conor Sloane; "Liners of Time" (pt. 2) by John Russell Fearn; "The Inner World" (pt. 1) by A. Hyatt Verrill; "An Astounding Announcement" by A. L. Hodges; "Six-Legged Gangsters" by Bob Olsen; "170 Miles a Minute" by Ward Skeen; "The Phytic Empire" by Derald S. Walker. Article: 'Waste of Heat". Features: "Science Questionaire"; "In the Realm of Books" by C. A. Brandt; "Discussions." Illustrations by Morey. Letters from J. Harvey Haggard, Donald A. Wollheim, and others. Chips amd cmall losses to both cover edges; tanned. Good+ to Very Good-.
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Book number: PL962
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Keywords: Science Fiction Pulps

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