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Editor-Martin H. Greenberg; Illustrator-Les Edwards; Collaborator-Charles de Lint; Collaborator-Roger Zelazny; Collaborator-Charles Dickens; Jack Vance; M.R. James; Collaborator-Terry Pratchett; Poul Anderson; Collaborator-R.A. Lafferty; L. Sprague de Camp; Collaborator-Debra Doyle & James D. Macdonald; Collaborator-Barbara Kingsolver; Elisabeth Waters; Collaborator-Jean Ingelow; Manly Wade Welman

Published by DAW (2000)

ISBN 10: 0886779057 ISBN 13: 9780886779054

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About this Item: DAW, 2000. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG0886779057

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Astounding (Anson MacDonald - aka Robert A. Heinlein; Maurice G. Hugi; Harry Walton; Nelson S. Bond; Kurt von Rachen - aka L. Ron Hubbard; Manly Wade Wellman; E. A. Grosser; Norman R. Goldsmith; Arthur McCann)

Published by Street & Smith, NY (1941)

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About this Item: Street & Smith, NY, 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Good. Vol. 26, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Rogers for "Sixth Column" (vt.- "The Day After Tomorrow"; pt. 1 of 3) by Anson MacDonald [Robert A. Heinlein]. Includes "The Mechanical Mice" (novelette) by Maurice G. Hugi; "Doom Ship" (novelette) by Harry Walton; "The Day We Celebrate" by Nelson S. Bond; "The Traitor" by Kurt von Rachen [L. Ron Hubbard]; "Lost Rocket" by Manly Wade Wellman; "The Opportunists" by E. A. Grosser. Articles: "Starting Point" by Norman R. Goldsmith; "Dead- And Embalmed" by Arthur McCann [John W. Campbell, Jr.]. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Invention"; "In Times to Come"; "Analytical Laboratory"; "Book Review"; "Brass Tacks and Science Discussions". Illustrations by Eron, Kramer, Orban and Schneeman. Glued insde hinges; upper edge of rear cover has tears and small losses; other tears and minor losses. Seller Inventory # PF582

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Astounding (Anson MacDonald - aka Robert A. Heinlein; Maurice G. Hugi; Harry Walton; Nelson S. Bond; Kurt von Rachen - aka L. Ron Hubbard; Manly Wade Wellman; E. A. Grosser; Norman R. Goldsmith; Arthur McCann)

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About this Item: Street & Smith, NY, 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Very Good-. Vol. 26, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Rogers for "Sixth Column" (vt.- "The Day After Tomorrow"; pt. 1 of 3) by Anson MacDonald [Robert A. Heinlein]. Includes "The Mechanical Mice" (novelette) by Maurice G. Hugi; "Doom Ship" (novelette) by Harry Walton; "The Day We Celebrate" by Nelson S. Bond; "The Traitor" by Kurt von Rachen [L. Ron Hubbard]; "Lost Rocket" by Manly Wade Wellman; "The Opportunists" by E. A. Grosser. Articles: "Starting Point" by Norman R. Goldsmith; "Dead- And Embalmed" by Arthur McCann [John W. Campbell, Jr.]. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Invention"; "In Times to Come"; "Analytical Laboratory"; "Book Review"; "Brass Tacks and Science Discussions". Illustrations by Eron, Kramer, Orban and Schneeman. Short tears at spine ends; cover and several following pages are bent at upper edge with chips and short tears. Seller Inventory # PE678

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Astounding (Anson MacDonald - aka Robert A. Heinlein; Maurice G. Hugi; Harry Walton; Nelson S. Bond; Kurt von Rachen - aka L. Ron Hubbard; Manly Wade Wellman; E. A. Grosser; Norman R. Goldsmith; Arthur McCann)

Published by Street & Smith, NY (1941)

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About this Item: Street & Smith, NY, 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Very Good-. Vol. 26, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Rogers for "Sixth Column" (vt.- "The Day After Tomorrow"; pt. 1 of 3) by Anson MacDonald [Robert A. Heinlein]. Includes "The Mechanical Mice" (novelette) by Maurice G. Hugi; "Doom Ship" (novelette) by Harry Walton; "The Day We Celebrate" by Nelson S. Bond; "The Traitor" by Kurt von Rachen [L. Ron Hubbard]; "Lost Rocket" by Manly Wade Wellman; "The Opportunists" by E. A. Grosser. Articles: "Starting Point" by Norman R. Goldsmith; "Dead- And Embalmed" by Arthur McCann [John W. Campbell, Jr.]. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Invention"; "In Times to Come"; "Analytical Laboratory"; "Book Review"; "Brass Tacks and Science Discussions". Illustrations by Eron, Kramer, Orban and Schneeman. Tape at spine head; loss at heel and adjacent corners (see scan); tanning; minor other tears; minor creasing; initials on first page. Seller Inventory # PK937

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Manly Macdonald

Published by c. 1930 (1930)

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About this Item: c. 1930, 1930. Condition: Very Good. Manly Edward MacDonald, R.C.A., O.I.P. (1889-1971) grew up in Point Anne, Ontario, east of Belleville on a farm. His earliest images were of the land, the water, and animals on that farm. This creativity developed, at an early age, and was encouraged by teachers and family, producing a seasoned oil painter before any formal classes began. His free, loose, and semi-impressionistic style is filled with rural scenes of mills and farms with livestock as well as rivers and lakes on which boats float and dock, in the Group of Seven genre. MacDonald was also an excellent portrait painter., Image Size : 197x251 (mm), 7.75x9.90 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 260x351 (mm), 10.25x13.80 (Inches), Black & White, Etching. Seller Inventory # P3482

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