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    , March 1939, pp. 117-130 - PDF
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    1. [–] Issues of the 1930s
      = 1 Year, 7 Issues, 63 Articles
      1. [–] Issues of 1939
        = 7 Issues, 63 Articles
        1. [–] March 1939 Issue
          = 8 Articles
          1. Sinister Barrier by Eric Frank Russell, pp. 9-94 - PDF
          2. Who Wants Power? by Mona Farnsworth, pp. 95-106 - PDF
          3. Dark Vision by Frank Belknap Long, pp. 107-116 - PDF
          4. Trouble With Water by H.L. Gold, pp. 117-130 - PDF
          5. "Where Angels Fear---" by Manly Wade Wellman, pp. 131-136 - PDF
          6. Closed Doors by A.B.L. Macfadyen, Jr., pp. 137-150 - PDF
          7. Death Sentence by Robert Moore Williams, pp. 151-164 - PDF
          8. Cover by H.W. Scott - PDF
        2. [+] May 1939 Issue
          = 10 Articles
          1. [+] June 1939 Issue
            = 10 Articles
            1. [+] September 1939 Issue
              = 9 Articles
              1. [+] October 1939 Issue
                = 10 Articles
                1. [+] November 1939 Issue
                  = 7 Articles
                  1. [+] December 1939 Issue
                    = 9 Articles
                2. [+] Issues of the 1940s
                  = 5 Years, 22 Issues, 211 Articles
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