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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): April, Apr. 1967 by F&SF (Roger Zelazny; Julian F. Grow; Larry Eisenberg; Thomas M. Disch; Patrick Meadows; Brian W. Aldiss)

    NY: Mercury Press, 1967. Vol. 32, No. 2. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover by Gray Morrow for "Dawn" (novelet) by Roger Zelazny. Includes "The Sword of Pell the Idiot" (novelet) by Julian F. Grow; "The Two Lives of Ben Coulter" by Larry Eisenberg; "Problems of Creativeness" by Thomas M. Disch; "Virtue. 'Tis a Fugue!" by Patrick Meadows; "Randy's Syndrome" by Brian W. Aldiss. Features: "Cloud Seeding" by Ted Thomas; "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; "Science: A Matter of Scale" by Isaac Asimov; "F&SF Marketplace".. SingleIssueMagazine. Near Fine.


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    Esquire: The Magazine for Men (April 1969) by Gingrich, Arnold (Publisher)

    Chicago, IL: Esquire, Inc.. A large, massive magazine with glossy pages containing 226 pages including front and rear covers. Condition: in lightly worn outer covers; small chip to each of upper and lower outer narrow spine edges. Contents include: A Quiet Revolution in the Palace by Gay Talese ("There are 6,354 people working at The New York Times; they behave, from the publisher on down, just like human beings"); Making Men and Women Without Men and Women by David M. Rorvik (with subtitles: Birth without Sex; Birth without People; Fewer men, please, and make them all redheaded; A League of Joe Namaths; Wanted: Capable Ape To Do Janitor's Work; Making Machines into Men and Women); Now That You Own Alaska, Friends, What Are You Going To Do With It? by Anne Barry; And Now Let's Hear It for the Ed Sullivan Show! by Donald Barthelme; fiction The Negotiators by Harvey Jacobs; Life-styles: Building Time by Donn Pearce (on life in prison with photographs by Danny Lyon); **** Is No Longer A Dirty Word by Ethel Grodzins Romm ("The writing on the wall has finally made it into public print"); fiction Chronicle of the Nightmare by Timothy Findley; I Am A Stupid by Charles Price ("Roberto de Vicenzo flunked his Masters exam: his golf was excellent but his addition was wanting. What happened?"); double-page ad "Andy Warhol and Sonny Liston fly on Braniff" (with their photo). . Very Good. Magazine. 1st Edition. 1969.


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    The Arts. Number One by Shawe-Taylor, Desmond

    London: Lund Humphries & Co. Ltd., 1946. This is a good softcover copy with some wear. Signed by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, who contributed an article. Short tear to front cover edge, crease to lower corner of cover, spine chipped at bottom. Recently de-accessioned from a small college library, but bearing just two tiny, faint handstamps to the front cover, otherwise clean inside and out. No pocket. Articles by Herbert Read, Kenneth Clark, Edward Sackville-West, Hitchcock, Shawe-Taylor and Lawrence Gowing. Cover design by John Tunnard. Illustrated in black & white and color. 12" high X 9.5" wide, 83 pages. . Original Wraps. Good.


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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): March, Mar. 1957 ("Visit to a Small Planet") by F&SF (Poul Anderson & Kenneth Gray; Gore Vidal; Richard Matheson; Fritz Leiber; Robert Bloch; Robert Sheckley; Charles E. Fontenay; Jane Roberts; Robert F. Young; C. W. Hart, Jr.; Leonard Wolf)

    NY: Fantasy House, 1957. Vol. 12, No. 3 (Whole No. 70). Edited by Anthony Boucher. Cover art by Kelly Freas for "Visit to a Small Planet" (a play) by Gore Vidal. Includes "Survival Technique" by Poul Anderson & Kenneth Gray; "Useful Knowledge" (verse) by Leonard Wolf; "The Proper Spirit" by Robert Bloch; "Up" (novelet) by Charles E. Fontenay; "Pseudo-Science' and The Readers' Guide" (article) by C. W. Hart; "Dawn Invader" by Robert Sheckley; "The Canvas Pyramid" by Jane Roberts; "The Science Screen and Stage" (department) by Charles Beaumont & William Morrison; "The Splendid Source" by Richard Matheson; "Added Inducement" by Robert F. Young; "Recommended Reading: The Best Science-Fantasy Books of 1956: a Survey" by Anthony Boucher; "Last" by Fritz Leiber, Jr. Owner's marks on contents page in pen and pencil; minor edge tears and wear at spine ends; tanning.. Single Issue Magazine. Very Good+.


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    Grand Street #58, Vol. 15, No. 2, Fall 1996: Disguises by Sherman, Cindy; Pierre Molinier; Hannah Hoch; Kara Walker; Jean Stein

    New York: Grand Street, 1996. Paperback. First edition. Fine paperback, all inserts present. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Edited by Jean Stein. 240 pages; color and b&w reproductions; 7.75 x 9.25 inches. Portfolios of work by Cindy Sherman, Pierre Molinier, John Waters, Hannah Hoch, Kara Walker, and Marcel Duchamp. Interview with Anjelica Huston and more.


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    UNEARTH: Winter 1978 by Unearth (Timothy R. Sullivan; Steve Vance; John Kelly; David DeWitt; D. C. Poyer; Kate Wilhelm; Roger Zelazny; Theodore Sturgeon; Hal Clement; Craig Gardner; Harlan Ellison)

    Boston: Unearth Publications, 1978. Vol. 1, No. 5. Edited by John M. Landsburg & Jonathan Ostrowsky-Lantz. Cover art by Clyde Caldwell for "Conjugal Rites" by Steve Vance. Includes "Downward to Darkness" (pt. 1 of 2) by Timothy R. Sullivan; "The Last of the Demons" by John Kelly; "Midwatch" by David DeWitt; "Act of Mercy" by D. C. Poyer. First Sale: "The Mile-Long Spaceship" by Kate Wilhelm; "Passion Play" by Roger Zelazny. Departments: "From the Editors"; "Guest Editorial" by Theodore Sturgeon; "Science" by Hal Clement; "Films" by Craig Gardner; "Books" by Craig gardner, Rosemary Herbertm, and Tyler Matthews; "Writing" by Harlan Ellison; "Letters""Unearthed"; "Classifieds". Illustrated by Clyde Caldwell, James Glenn, Greg Harper, and Al Sirois. Slight wear.. SingleIssueMagazine. Near Fine.


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    Trans-action Vol 6 No 4 by Horowitz, Irving L., Ed. In Chief

    Transaction, Inc., 1969. February 1969. Cover: Appalachian Mother by Paul Conklin. In this issue (feature): The American Underclass: Red, White & Black, including articles by Michael Lipsky, Gerald D. Suttles, Thomas Kochman, Losphe L. Love, Albert L. Wahrhaftig/Robert K. Thomas and William H. Friedland. Reviews of John Hersey, Elliot Liebow, Sam Steiner. Very good minur or good plus with waterstain at top binding edge, partial split to cover at fold, stains to back cover. Nevertheless, an important issue. 64 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Good.


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    FANTASTIC: August, Aug. 1956 by Fantastic (Robert Silverberg; Henry Still; Ivar Jorgenson; Robert Arnette; Robert Randall - aka Robert Silverberg & Randall Garrett; Ralph Burke)

    NY: Ziff-Davis, 1956. Vol. 5, No. 4. Edited by Howard Browne. Cover art by Edward Valigursky for "Guardian of the Crystal Gate" (novelet) by Robert Silverberg. Includes "The Long Forgotten" by Henry Still; "O' Captain, My Captain" by Ivar Jorgenson [Robert Silverberg]; "Growing Pains" by Robert Arnette; "The Slow and the Dead" by Robert Randall [Robert Silverberg & Randall Garrett]; "Revolt of the Synthetics" by Ralph Burke [Robert Silverberg]. Illustrated by Finlay, Giunta, and others. Hinge creasing; stress; small tears at spine ends.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good-.


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    GALAXY Science Fiction: August, Aug. 1968 ("A Spectre Is Haunting Texas") by Galaxy (Mack Reynolds; Damon Knight; Fritz Leiber; Robert Silverberg; Burt Filer; E. G. Von Wald; Willy Ley)

    NY: Galaxy, 1968. Vol. 27, No. 1. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Vaughn Bode for "Going Down Smooth" by Robert Silverberg. Includes "Among the Bad Baboons" (novelette) by Mack Reynolds; "The Star Below" (novelette) by Damon Knight; "A Spectre is Haunting Texas" (pt. 2 of 3) by Fritz Leiber; "The Time Travlers" by Burt Filer; "Hemeac" by E. G. von Wald. Science Department: "For Your Information: In Australia, The Rain. . ." by Willy Ley. Departments: 'Editorial: Tony Boucher"; "Galaxy Bookshelf" by Algis Budrys; "Galaxy's Stars". Illustrated by Bode, Brock, Gaughan, Adkins, and Wehrle. Tanning; minor thump marks on cover... SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): June 1970 by F&SF (D. F. Jones; Ron Goulart; Harry Harrison; Stephen Tall; Bruce McAllister; Zenna Henderson)

    NY: Mercury Press, 1970. Vol. 38, No. 6. Cover by Gaughan for "The Tocsin" (novelet) by D. F. Jones. Includes "Hobo Jungle" (novelet) by Ron Goulart; "Wife to the Lord" by Harry Harrison; "The Angry Mountain" by Stephen Tall; "Mother of Pearl" by Bruce McAllister; "The Believing Child" by Zenna Henderson. Features: "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; 'Books" (reviews) by Sidney Coleman; "Science: The Distance of Far" by Isaac Asimov; "F&SF Marketplace"; "Index to Volume Thirty-Eight." Rear cover is a little dust-soiled; minor creasing.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good.


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    Amazing Heroes No 11 by Thompson, Kim, Ed

    Stamford, CT: Redbeard, Inc, 1982. May 1982. Special Horror Heroes Issue, with an interview with Marv Wolfman, A History of The Swamp Thing, Star Wars strips by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson, James Warren and Creepy. Very good minus with crease to cover at bottom foreedge, chip to cover at top foreedge, aging to paper. 66 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


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    FANTASTIC Stories: September, Sept. 1977 by Fantastic (Jack Dann; Parke Godwin; Richard A. Lupoff; Robert F. Young; Michael F.X. Milhaus; Darrell Schweitzer)

    NY: Ultimate Publishing, 1977. Vol. 26, No. 3. Edited by Ted White. Cover by Steve Fabian. Includes "The Islands of Time" (complete novel) by Jack Dann; "The Lady of Finnegan's Hearth" (novelet) by Parke Godwin; "The Whisperers" by Richard A. Lupoff; "Fleuve Red" by Robert F. Young; "With Good Intentions" by Michael F.X. Milhaus; "Indigestion" by Barry N. Malzberg; "Tom O'Bedlam's Night Out" by Darrell Schweitzer. Features: "Editorial"; "According to You". Illustrated by Steve Fabian, Joe Staton, Richard Olsen, and Tony Gleeson. Minor creasing; tanning.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    ANALOG Science Fiction/ Science Fact: January, Jan. 1987 ("The Smoke Ring") by Analog (Larry Niven; W. R. Thompson; W. C. Scotten; Rick Cook; Ian Stewart)

    NY: Davis Publications, 1987. Vol.CVII, No. 1. Cover by Di Fate for "The Smoke Ring" (pt. 1 of 4) by Larry Niven. Includes "The Extremists" (novella) by W. R. Thompson; "Science Fact: The Electronic Mathematician" by Ian Stewart; "A Matter of Condensation" by W. C. Scotten; "Mortality" by Rick Cook; "Billy the Kid" by Ian Stewart; "Probability Zero: Left to Right" by Isaac Asimov. Illustrated by Di Fate, Terry Lee, Janet Aulisio, Nick Jainschigg, and Hank Jankus. Lower front foredge corner creased.. Single Issue Magazine. Very Good+.


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    Aperture Magazine No. 90 by Brandt, Bill; William Bradford; Felix Beato; Sebastian Rodriguez; Hermann Wilhelm Vogel

    Millerton, NY: Aperture, 1983. Paperback. First edition. Near Fine paperback with a touch of wear at the edges. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Issue No. 90 of Aperture magazine with articles about or portfolios by: The Arctic Voyage of William Bradford; Views of Japan by Felix Beato; The Peasant Miners of Morococha by Sebastian Rodriguez; Bill Brandt; Hermann Wilhelm Vogel; and more. 80 pages; color and b&w; 9.5 x 11.5 inches.


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    FANTASTIC Stories: August, Aug. 1971 ("The Byworlder") by Fantastic (David R. Bunch; Eugene Stover; Christopher Priest; James Benford; Poul Anderson; Ross Rocklynne; Alexei Panshin; L. Sprague de Camp)

    NY: Ultimate Publishing, 1971. Vol. 20, No. 6. Edited by Ted White. Cover art by Paula McLane for "Pulse" by James Benford. Incudes "The Joke" by David R. Bunch; "Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus" by Eugene Stover; "Sentence in Binary Code" by Christopher Priest; "The Byworlder" (pt. 2 of 2) by Poul Anderson; "The Eelectrical Butterflies" (reprint, 1942) by Ross Rocklynne. New Features: "Editorial"; "Literary Swordsmen and Sorcerers (pt. I): Eldritch Yankee Gentleman" (H. P. Lovecraft bio) by L. Sprague de Camp; "Science Fiction in Dimension - A New Paradigm: I" by Alexei Panshin; "Fantasy Books"; "According to You". Illustrated by Jeff Jones, Michael Wm. Kaluta, Mike Hinge, and Virgil Finlay. Mild tanning; creasing; a couple of short tears; mild spine staining.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good to Very Good-.


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    AMAZING Stories: February, Feb. 1968 ("Santaroga Barrier") by Amazing (Katherine MacLean; Walter Kateley; Rog Phillips; David Reid; Alfred Coppel; Frank Herbert; Leon E. Stover; Fritz Leiber; Brian W. Aldiss; Harry Harrison)

    NY: Ultimate Publishing, 1968. Vol. 41, No. 6. Edited by Harry Harrison. Uncredited cover. Includes "The Trouble With You Earth People" (novelet) by Katherine MacLean; "Remote Control" (novelet; reprint) by Walter Kateley; "You'll Die Yesterday" (novelet; reprint) by Rog Phillips; "The Great Invasion of 1955" (reprint) by David Reid; "Turnover Point (reprint) by Alfred Coppel; "Santaroga Barrier" (conclusion) by Frank Herbert. New Features: "Science of Man - Neanderthals, Rickets and Modern Technology" by Leon E. Stover; "The Future in Books" by Fritz Leiber; "London Letter' by Brian W. Aldiss; "Amazing and the New Wave" (editorial) by Harry Harrison. Illustrated by Jeff Jones, Wesso, Julian S. Krupa, Gray Morrow, and others. Binding impressions to rear at foredge and spine edge; mild tanning.. Single Issue Magazine. Very Good+.


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    ISAAC ASIMOV'S Science Fiction: December, Dec. 21, 1981 by Asimov's (Isaac Asimov; J. O. Jeppson; Martin Gardner; Avram Davidson; Valdis Augstkalns; Lee Killough; F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre; F. M. Busby; P. J. MacQuarrie; Brian Aldiss; Robert Silverberg)

    NY: Davis Publications, 1981. Vol. 5, No. 13. Edited by George H. Scithers. Cover art by Broeck Steadman for "The Time-Warp Trauma" by J. O. Jeppson. Includes "Editorial: What Writers Go Through" by Isaac Asimov; "The Gongs of Ganymede" by Martin Gardner; "Adventures in Unhistory: The Secret of Hyperborea" by Avram Davidson; "The Santa Clone Interview" by Valdis Augstkalns; "The Jarabon" by Lee Killough; "Improbable Bestiary: The Thing in the Jar" by F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre; "Wrong Number" by F. M. Busby; "Packing Up" by P. J. MacQuarrie; "End Game" by Brian Aldiss; "The SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss; "A Thief in Ni-Moya" by Robert Silverberg. Illustrated by Tim Kirk, Jack Gaughan, Artifact, George Barr, Alex Schomburg, and Janet Aulisio.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+ to Near Fine.


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    Life Magazine December 17, 1965: St. Peter's Dome by Thompson, Edward K

    New York: Time-Life, 1965. Paperback. First edition. Good with wear at the edges, address label, and tanning to the pages. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. Staple-bound magazine; 96 pages; color and b&w reproductions; 10.5 x 13.5 inches. Includes Robert Rauschenberg's two-part gatefold collage for Dante's "modern inferno" a total of six pages; also: Vatican II, Second Vatican Ecumenical Council ends its task; Launch of Gemini 7; women's colleges; Barbara Harris on Broadway in "On a Clear Day You Can See Forever"; Guy Lombardo prepares for his 36th consecutive New Year's Eve performance; and more.


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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): March, Mar. 1955 by F&SF (Raymond E. Banks; Robert Bloch; Avram Davidson; Frank Quattrocchi; Frank Gruber; Idris Seabright; E. C. Hornsby; James Blish; Poul Anderson & Gordon R. Dickson; Winona McClintic; Fredric Brown; John Anthony)

    NY: Fantasy House, 1955. Vol. 8, No. 3. Cover art by Nicholas Solovioff ("Hostile Planet"). Includes "The Short Ones" by Raymond E. Banks; "I Do Not Love Thee, Dr. Fell" by Robert Bloch; "The Golem" by Avram Davidson; "He Had a Big Heart" by Frank Quattrocchi; "The Thirteenth Floor" by Frank Gruber; "Chnage the Sky" Idris Seabright (Margaret St. Clair); "Overlooked" by E. C. Hornsby; "The Book of Your Life" by James Blish; "Yo Ho Hoka!" (short novelet) by Poul Anderson & Gordon R. Dickson; "Doctrine of Original Design" (verse) by Winona McClintic; "Millennium" by Fredric Brown; "The Bone That Seeks" by John Anthony. Tanning.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): January, Jan. 1979 by F&SF (Christopher Priest; Robert Aickman; William Rotsler; Orson Scott Card; Edward Wellen; John Kessel; Stephen R. Donaldson; John Clute; Gahan Wilson; William Jon Watkins; Baird Searles; Isaac Asimov)

    NY: Mercury Press, 1979. Vol. 56, No. 1. Edited by Edward L. Ferman. Cover art by Ron Walotsky for "Palely Loitering" (novelet) by Christopher Priest. Includes "Hand in Glove" (novelet) by Robert Aickman; "Parental Guidance Suggested" by William Rotsler; "Mortal Gods" by Orson Scott Card; "While-You-Wait" by Edward Wellen; "Just Like a Cretin Dog" by John Kessel; "Mythological Beast" by Stephen R. Donaldson. Departments: "Books" by John Clute; "Cartoon" by Gahan Wilson; "Inverse Universe" (verse) by William Jon Watkins; "Films: Whimsy Two" by Baird Searles; "Science: Proxima" by Isaac Asimov; "F&SF Competition". Most of postal label reamains on rear; rubbed; minor edge tears.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good.


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    ASTOUNDING Science Fiction: January, Jan. 1958 by Astounding (Frank Herbert; Murray Leinster; Pauline Ashwell - aka Paul Ash; Robert Randall - aka Randall Garrett & Robert Silverberg; Stanley Mullen)

    NY: Street & Smith, 1958. Vol. LX, No. 5. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Freas ("The Conservative" - A Christmas cover). Includes "Unwillingly to School" (short novel) by Pauline Ashwell; "All the King's Horses" (novelette) by Robert Randall (Randall Garrett & Robert Silverberg); "Cease Fire" by Frank Herbert; "Short History of World War Three" by Murray Leinster; "Guppy" by Stanley Mullen. Features: "The Editor's Page: Project: Me Too!" by John W. Campbell, Jr.; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks." Illustrated by Freas and van Dongen. Hinges have been glue-mended; staples are rusty and staining adjacent paper; minor edge chips.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good+ to Very Good-.


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    Popular Science Monthly Magazine, March 1958 (Vol. 172, No. 3) : Mechanics - Autos - Homebuilding by Allaway, Howard (Editor)

    New York, New York: Popular Science Publishing. Very Good. 1958. First Edition: First Printing. Magazine. 011766: Mar. 1958. Magazine is complete, but edges/corners of covers are worn. Otherwise, covers and pages are clean, unmarked, bright, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Original Price of 35c. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Magazine has New Back Board and Bag. Also is mailed with heavy cardboard on front and back sides as well, for protection. Articles include: Driving GM's German-Built Opel * Detroit Tackles Car Mufflers * Double the Life of Your Battery * Which Dishwasher for Your Family? * What's New * Problems of Ballistic-Missile War * What's Coming in Rockets * We're Learning About Tornadoes * Fresh Water from the Sea * Porcelain Panel to Heat Your House * New Engine Works by Wiggling * Huge Centrifuge Whirls ICBM Parts * First Nuclear Cruiser Is Begun * Ancient Chariot Team Dug Up * Portable TV Readied for 1960 * Can We Learn from Russia's Schools? * The Blasting of Ripple Rock * The World's Most Pampered Vehicles * Why Jet Transports Differ * Can Correspondence Schools Help You? * Buying a Development House * The TV Serviceman Who Saw Red * Gus Does It by the Numbers * Electric Handsaw: Exciting Hand Tool * Uses for Matchbook Covers * PS Shop Notebook * PS Fix-It File: Window Shades * Before You Paint Your House * How to Banish Hi-Fi Noise and Hum * Hints from the Model Garage * Short Cuts and Tips.: B&W Photographs .


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    Art and Archaeology: An Illustrated Magazine Volume VI October 1917

    Washington, DC: The Archaeological Institute of America, 1917. Staple bound publication with wear to spine and covers and light soil on the covers. Back cover pulled away from staples. Black and white illustrations and plates. Contents include: The Story of Three Greek Coins by George Edwin Howes; On the Via Appia by Clarence Stratton; The Appian Way from Rome to Formia by Katharine Allen and Reading into Tempe by Edwina Stanton Babcock. Also many vintage advertisements for W & J Sloane, Town & Country. Thanks for shopping with us. 100% of your purchase benefits charity and supports literacy and life-long learning.. Magazine. Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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    ANALOG Science Fact & Science Fiction: August, Aug. 1962 ("Border, Breed Nor Birth") by Analog (Christopher Anvil; Randall Garrett; James H. Schmitz; Mack Reynolds)

    NY: Conde Nast Publications, 1962. Vol. LXLX, No. 6. Edited by John W. Campbell. Photo cover ("Space Is Not Black"). Includes "The Toughest Opponent" by Christopher Anvil; "The Bramble Bush" by Randall Garrett; "Watch the Sky" by James H. Schmitz; "Border, Breed Nor Birth" (pt. 2 of 2) by Mack Reynolds. Science Fact: "The Big Job of Moving Little Things" by John W. Campbell, Jr.; "The Color of Space". Readers' Departments: "The Editor's page: How to Get More Than Your Share"; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller. Illustrated by Scheonherr, Schelling, and Hortens. Creasing; edgewear; rear cover rubbed.. Single Issue Magazine. Very Good.


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