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The Acolyte. An Amateur Magazine of Fantasy and Scientification. Vol III, No. 2, Spring 1945 by  Editors. Includes Typed Letter to Bob Gibson Signed By Laney  Francis T. And Samuel D. Russell - Paperback - 1944 - from Ken Jackson and Biblio.co.uk

The Acolyte. An Amateur Magazine of Fantasy and Scientification. Vol III, No. 2, Spring 1945

by Laney, Francis T. And Samuel D. Russell, Editors. Includes Typed Letter to Bob Gibson Signed By Laney

Condition: Very Good


Battle Creek, Michigan, 1944 Stapled paper covers. 34 pp. The letter is one sheet typed on both sides. It mentions an Alva Rogers cover among other things. Includes original mailing envelope. Letter has been folded into six panels and remains in very good condition. The magazine has been folded horizontally and has some minor creasing. Bob Gibson was a major collector whose library was recently aquired by the University of Calgary. If you have any questions please ask. . Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Cover Art By Alva Rogers .
  • Bookseller: Ken Jackson CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 242569
  • Title: The Acolyte. An Amateur Magazine of Fantasy and Scientification. Vol III, No. 2, Spring 1945
  • Author: Laney, Francis T. And Samuel D. Russell, Editors. Includes Typed Letter to Bob Gibson Signed By Laney
  • Illustrator: Cover Art By Alva Rogers
  • Format/binding: Paperback
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Place: Battle Creek, Michigan
  • Date published: 1944
  • Keywords: Laney, Francis T. And Samuel D. Russell, Editors. Includes Typed Letter to Bob Gibson Signed By Laney. The Acolyte. An Amateur Magazine of Fantasy and Scientification. Vol III, No. 2, Spring 1945. Vintage Science Fiction Fanzine.
  • Bookseller catalogs: Science Fiction and Fantasy;
  • Subjects: FICTION / Science Fiction / General;


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