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The Saturday Review, December 24, 1949 Issue
- 31 Articles, 36pp
  • , pp. 4-6 - PDF
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    , pp. 7-8 - PDF
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    1. The Checklist of Fantastic Literature by Everett F. Bleiler
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    3. John Carstairs, Space Detective by Frank Belknap Long
    4. The Humanoids by Jack Williamson
    5. Pattern for Conquest by George O. Smith
    6. The Incredible Planet by John W. Campbell, Jr.
    7. The Last Space Ship by Murray Leinster
    8. The Kid from Mars by Oscar J. Friend
    9. The Star Kings by Edmond Hamilton
    10. Seven Out of Time by Arthur Leo Zagat
    11. Exiles of Time by Nelson Bond
    12. Triton by L. Ron Hubbard
    13. The Flying Saucer by Bernard Newman
    14. The Big Eye by Max Ehrlich
    15. The Thirty-First of February by Nelson Bond
    16. Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell
    17. Earth Abides by George R. Stewart
    18. Lords of Creation by Eando Binder
    19. The Best Science Fiction Stories, 1949 by E.F. Bleiler and T.E. Dikty
    20. The World Below by S. Fowler Wright
    21. Many Dimensions by Charles Williams
    22. The Web of Easter Island by Donald Wandrei
    23. Worlds of Wonder by Olaf Stapledon
    24. The Homunculus by David H. Keller
    25. Life Everlasting, and Other Tales of Science, Fantasy and Horror by David H. Keller
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    , p. 9 - PDF
    The Conquest of Space, by Willy Ley and Chesley Bonestell
    1. The Conquest of Space by Willy Ley and Chesley Bonestell
  • , p. 10 - PDF
    1. The Conquest of Space by Willy Ley and Chesley Bonestell
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    (Review)
    , p. 10 - PDF
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    , p. 11 - PDF
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    (Review)
    , p. 12 - PDF
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    , p. 13 - PDF
    The Beast in His Hunger, by Harry Brown
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    , p. 14 - PDF
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    , p. 15 - PDF
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    , p. 16 - PDF
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    , p. 17 - PDF
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    , pp. 18-19 - PDF
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  • , p. 20 - PDF
    1. The Invisible Gate by Constance Beresford-Howe
  • , p. 21 - PDF
    1. The Invisible Gate by Constance Beresford-Howe
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    , p. 27 - PDF
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    , p. 27 - PDF
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    (Review)
    , p. 28 - PDF
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    (Review)
    , p. 28 - PDF
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    , p. 30 - PDF
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    3. The Crazy Glasspecker by David Dodge
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