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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! IMAGINATION! The Fanmag of th[e] Future with a Future! Mooney

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En Garde, whole no. 16, January 1946

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page 6: assuring you it was the most interesting and entertaining bunch of reviews I've read in a long time. And I like reviews. To me, one of the most intriguing features of FAPA is the opportunity to observe the reactions of the members to the ideas of others. Your comment on Evans' views regarding imagination reminds me that I've…

""Simon Estes talks about newspapers""

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""Simon Estes talks about newspapers""

Simon Estes talks about newspapers "I started reading newspapers when I was just a boy growing up in Centerville, Iowa, and I've been an avid fan ever since. Personally, newspapers stimulate my imagination more than television. And when I'm performing roles as varied as "Boris Godounov" or "Figaro," believe me, a…

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A Tale of the 'Evans, v. 2, issue 2, Spring 1944

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page 6. WE-UNS ARGYGY. (AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is supposed to be humorous!!) We had the most luh-huvley argument during the recent of the San-Shackons. There was Ollie "The Door" Saari (by the way, he is indubitably the most egotistical guy I ever met-- he keeps saying "I'm Saari! I'm Saari! or maybe it is…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION!

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! RJH

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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38 Apr VI No 7 IMAGINATION!

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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38 Sep. V"1 #12 IMAGINATION! [illustration] Harry hausen

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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38 [1938] Oct [October] V2 #1 10c IMAGINATION! ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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20 Before Reading After - ah the pity of it! (Horror, not nausea) "Contributed as a little token of my steam." Nancy Featherstone After reading IMAGINATION: for the first time, this Miss writes is from 205 Ventura St, Altadena / Cal: "Reverend Madgen I et Ack, I mean et al (sic): Having read the April Issue of your fantasy magazine,…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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IMAGINATION! (Rocket ship over mountainous planet, signed "BRADBURY")

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION! Th Fanmag of th Future With a Future ! January 1938 Vol 1 No 4 Whole No 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover Design Jim Mooney Way out West Russ Hodgkins 2 Fantascience Flashes 3 Imagi-nik-nax 3 Biografys Russ Hodgkins 4 Morojo 4 Fantascience Filmart Forrest J Ackerman 5 "Hollerbochen's Dilemma" Ray Bradbury 6 Questions &…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! The Fanmag of the Future With a Future! December 1937 Vol 1 No 3 Whole No 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover Design Jim Mooney Way Out West Russ Hodgkins 2 Fantascience Flashes 3 Imagi-nik-nax 3 Interviews Clark Ashton Smith & E. Hoffman Price Henry Kuttner 4 Onward Esperanto! Erdstelulov 5 Questions &…

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Pan Demos, v. 1, issue 2, March 1949

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They supply conceptions on which the imagination loves to dwell..... -- Lafcadio Hearn [illustration of dragon, with signature P Miller -49-]

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! Th Fanmag of th Future with a Future! November 1937 Vol 1 No 2 Whole No 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover by Russ Hodgkins (see page 13) Editorial 3 Local Leag Life Tobojo 4 Fantascience Flashes Ev. Reware 4 The Hazy Hord Francis Flagg & Weaver Wright 5 Fantascience Filmart Forrest J Ackerman 11 It Happend in Hyperspace Henry Kuttner…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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IMAGINATION! The Fanmag of the Future With a Future! March 1938 Vol 1 No 6 Whole No 6 TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover Way Out West Russ Hodgkins 2 Fantascience Flashes 3 Imagi-nik-nax CWDiffin--ARLong 3 Among Our Members T. Bruce Yerke …

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION: #3 Dec 37 20 VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATIONI (Cont from 18) It looks a lot like shorthand would in longhand. I am driven to distraction by supposedly progressive fans using such archaic and British spellings as phantastic, favour, and recognise, The cover is good, but inaccurate. The moon would make only one ring, and Russ has shown…

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Voice of the Imagination, Denvention Special, 1941

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VOICE OF THE IMAGINATION [illustration] POOR FELLOW!! HE'LL MISS THE NEXT ISSUE OF FMZ DIGEST THE ONLY FAN MAGAZINE DIGEST 5c PER 6 FOR 25c 1426 West 38th Street Los Angeles, California

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION 1938 [ILLUSTRATION of rocketship labeled "1938" destroying a ship labeled "1937".] <signed by> Mooney

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Science Fiction, Jr., v. 1, issue 1, June-July 1942

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SCIENCE FICTION JR. A helmet nearly covered his raven black hair. In his gnarled hand was a weird gleaming sword and as he brought his huge, muscled arms down on me; before I felt of his cold, hungry steel I realized drunkenly that it was.....Mars, God of War. ********** OF WHAT USE IS SCIENCE FICTION? "Why should you buy such utterly…

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Milty's Mag, March 1942

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Poor Elmer. He still can't understand how I can make more noise on the piano than he can, and yet he can fold empty beer cans and I can't. The answer is simply that Elmer plays piano harpsichord style: with his fingers, while when I want to make noise I play with everything from the shoulders down. The beer cans prove that Elmer has…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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IMAGINATION! #13 38 Ack have tried mixing them together. And that morning there came an eternal moment of clear understanding, showing me just what unqualified fools we science-fiction fans are. ~~ I have called this sonnet a portrait. To a small degree, tho, it is a composite photograph of all science-fiction fans. ~~ Of course, Madge, this is…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION! Th [The] Fanmag of th [the] Future With a Future ! April 1938 Vol 1 No 7 Whole No 7 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TABLE OF CONTENTS Way Out West Russ Hodkins 2 Fantascience Flashes "Rap" 3 Imagi-nik-nax ETSnooks, DTF 3 Among Our Members Paul Freehafer 4 Frances…

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Satellite, v. 1, issue 1, October 1938

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10 got a revelation for you -- I've found how to control this phenomena! Oh, just think of it -- I can walk through a wall at will. And I've just thought of a marvelous thing I can do. I'll be over in a minute -- don't go away -- I'll leave the power on, and then I can walk through walls without bothering to get…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION #8 38 May 13 VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION (The Reader spick up their pan & ink & let us know how bad we-- censord!) John V. Baltadonis NHOJ V. SINODATLAB, realy artist suffering "reverses", writes from Comet Publications, 1700 Frankford Av, Philly/Pa: "Grettinx: Few comments on IMAGINATION! -- Nice magazine,…

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Voice of the Imagination, Denvention Special, 1941

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ODD JNO. [Denvention? Penvention?] Special 15c Forward with VOM #16

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Voice of the Imagination, issue 50, July 1947

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VOM 50th Issue. [illustration: Four figures stand on a rocky plane, with birds and flying rod overhead. From left to right: a bipedal humanoid with pterodactyl head and wings; a nude, female humanoid with three-toed feet; a nude, crouching humanoid with flippers; a clothed man carrying an axe] Goldstone

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 2, issue 1, whole no. 5 April 1940

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April 1940 V@NEWS 10¢ VOICE of the IMAGI-NATION Cover by Bok! A NOVACIOUS PUBLICATION

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 2, April 1939

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39 Apr V~1 #2 10c VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION contributors Gertrude Hemken EMMarshall N Gilbert Dancy J Harvey Haggard Dick Wilson Jno A Bristol Jack F Speer Robt W Lowndes Gertrude Hemken Louis Kuslan Geo Keefer Jack F Speer Harry Warner Jr Ted Carnell Carroll Wymack Ed Earl Repp Sam Moskowitz Elmer Perdue SLF SFA

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 4, December 1939

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39 Dec V-1 #4 10c Voice of the Imagi-Nation 1940 DAW Trudy Bob Tucker Jack Speer Joe Kucera Ray Marlin Doc Lowndes Ted Carnell Jos Gilbert Henry Hasse Willar Dewey Thos Hinmon Erle Forshak Elmer Perdue Merk Reinsberg Dick Wilson Jr. Francis J. Litz H. Bence Grogan J. Chapman Miske Walter Sullivan Cyril Kornbluth Norman Holtaway Harry Warner…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 1, whole no. 1, January 1939

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39 Jan v.1 #1 10c Voice of the Imagi-nation Contributors Louis Kuslan Walter Earl Marconette Jno W Campbell Jr Elmer Perdue Harry Warner Jr Fritz Leiber Jr RM Baker Wm Schillings J Harvey Haggard E J Carnell Robt A Madle Richard Wilson Jr J Chapman Miske Jack F Speer DAWollheim AWTucker Jno A Bristol Michael Crowley Herbert Haussler Gertrude…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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15 [[cent symbol]] VOM JAN 44 sponsor a Clyne cover or spend any part of 6 bucks for more Michel?) VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION, aka VOM, #29. Jan '44. 15c, 7/$1. Issued the first of every so often. Produced in colaboration with fan-kind by 'Snafucius Publications', Bx 6475 Met Stn, Los Angeles 14...

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 8, August 1940

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August VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION A New Voice on the Air A NOVACIOUS PUBLICATION

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 20, January 1942

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI - NATION JAN 42 #20 10c

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! RJH

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

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[[handwriting in upper right corner]] 44 [[end handwriting]] VOM [[illustration text]] RMF S4119 Joe Gibson [[end illustration text]]

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 19, November 1941

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Voice of the Imagi-nation [illustration: A woman in a long sheer dress, with large necklace and crown, lifting up her floor length veil] 4th Anniversary Nov 41

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

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VoM Voice of the Imagi-Nation Aug 42 10c [FULL PAGE ILLUSTRATION] <s>Bell

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 11, January 1941

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 7, June 1940

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JUN [June] 40 [1940] 101 Voice of the IMAGI-NATION [illustration] Rubberneck A NOVACIOUS PUBLICATION

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no 17, August 1941

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10c VOM#17 AUG [AUGUST] 41 [1941] [illustration]

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! IMAGINATION! The Fanmag of th[e] Future with a Future! Mooney

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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38 Sep. V"1 #12 IMAGINATION! [illustration] Harry hausen

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION 1938 [ILLUSTRATION of rocketship labeled "1938" destroying a ship labeled "1937".] <signed by> Mooney

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 9, October 1940

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Voice of the IMAGI-NATION A NOVACIOUS PUBLICATION [illustration]

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Voice of the Imagination, no. 9, October 1940

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Voice of the IMAGI-NATION A NOVACIOUS PUBLICATION [small illustration]

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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38 Apr VI No 7 IMAGINATION!

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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June '38

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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IMAGINATION! (Rocket ship over mountainous planet, signed "BRADBURY")

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 50, July 1947

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VOM 50th Issue.

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

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44 VOM RMF S4119 Joe Gibson

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 12, March 1941

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VOICE of the IMAGI-NATION A NOVACIOUS PUBLICATION U've been asking what sort of a 2 yr old this Ackerman is who edits THE VOICE... Well, here I am! [PHOTO OF FORREST J ACKERMAN AS A TWO-YEAR-OLD]

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 4, Summer 1945

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APR 41 #13 10 (cents) U just noe it's Voice of the Imag-i-nation Tasting is believ'n STF's Hottest Cover

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 10, December 1940

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Voice of the IMAGI-NATION A NOVACIOUS PUBLICATION [Postage Stamp] UNITED STATES POSTAGE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 1/2 CENT 1/2

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

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VoLL VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION AUG42 10c /s/ Bell

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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38 [1938] Oct [October] V2 #1 10c IMAGINATION! ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 21, February 1942

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#21 VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION 10c

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 10, December 1940

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Voice of the IMAGi-NATION A NOVACIOUS PUBLICATION UNITED STATES POSTAGE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN 1/2 CENT 1/2

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 36, October 1944

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VOM # 36

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 33, June 1944?

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VOM #33

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 30, March 1944

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[Illustration: A ship shoots out of a giant transport tube marked "Interstellar Airways Inc." in front of a futuristic city of domes and skyscrapers. Signed E. Dold] VOM #30 15¢ ------------ ---------- -------- This is lifted from the original, which constituted the frontspiece os Miracle Science and Fantasy Stories #1, the now…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 20, January 1942

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION [Cover illustration: An oversized nude female figure wearing a crown and holding a shield hands a flaming torch to a smalled nude female with winged feet, setting looks classical greek. Signed "Wiedenbeck 41"] Jan 42 #20 10c

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 6, April 1940

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APR 40 10 Voice of the IMAGI-NATION A NOVACIOUS PUBLICATION

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION! The Fanmag of the Future With a Future! August 1938 Vol 1 No 11 Whole No 11 CONTENTS Cover...Grace Talbert Way Out West ... Russ Hodgkins ... 2 Fantascience Flashes ... Claire Voyent ... 3 Among Our Members ... Pogo ... 4 "Facts Are Clean" -- HGWells .. Robt W. Lowndes ... 4 If I Had $100,000 ... Louis Kuslan ...…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 25, October 1942

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VoM #25 [illustration]

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 23, June 1942

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VOM #23 10 ¢ "ECCO" HYDRO CHLORIC KOENIG BILL CRAWFORD GUS WILLMORTH LARRY SHAW GERTRUDE KUSLAN BOB TUCKER damon knight HENRY & DOROTHY (FINN) HASSE HARRY JENKINS JR JOE GILBERT WALT SULLIVAN SAM RUSSELL GRAPH WALDEYER DALE ROSTOMILY DOLDI LEN MOFFATT leslie perri MORRIE DOLLENS WIDNER & WIFE 1 + 1 13 FINN HELEN JOHN…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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[NOTE: Unusual spellings here were a brief fannish fad started by Forry Ackerman and not errors.] IMAGINATION! #2 Nov 37 20 —or even dif design! (I'v seen 3 variety #2 MT in FJA's files;—or U'd not relish to run down report; Certn few copys FANTASY were pub't on slick paper; & smilngly pay Pyramid Price if evr U coud…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION!

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 14, May 1941

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VoM #14 May 41 10¢ Black be nimble Black be quick Black jump over the candle stick BLACK FLAME Repro/Adek Howie

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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20 FORECAST: September! A Month to Remember--Closing 5 Yrs of Superior Astounding Science Fiction & the First Yr of Mutant Fanmag IMAGINATION!! We believe our own Henry Kuttner will b back in Beverly Hills &, keeping up the Pace that Kills, will b appearing in our pgs again with his Views & News of New York's scientifantasy circle…

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Lethe, whole no. 5, January 1947

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LETHE grotesque! such imagination! monstrosity! nauseating marvellous what is it? impossible! obscene genius! INcredible insane! REvolting! fantastic! sheer artistry emotional utterly mad not art fabulous madness it isn't even finished! shux [hand drawn picture of aliens looking at a half finished statue of a woman] NO. 5

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Futuria Fantasia, v. 1, issue 2, Fall 1939

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6 There is but one affection about Well's "scientific" stories which he published before he discovered his capability at characterization, and this is the affection of imagination. There is no genuine imagination in beating out cleverness of the s.f. type; the point of view, the inventive quality necessary for their construction, is…

1942-08-24 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 8

World War II Diaries and Letters

Laura Davis letters to her husband Lloyd Davis, August 1942

1942-08-24 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 8

husband is such a joy to me. The days begin, go on, and end, and the nights pass on so much better for me than I ever dreamed they would. The difference is that when I had only my imagination I didn't have a clear picture of my husband then. With you as that person, reality is better than old day dreams had it arranged. Goodnight,…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION! #4 38 Jan 20 as "Catherine the Great" (Miss C.L. Moore), he is one the "gee-oh-dees" gang, or legion of fans which laments the loss of the allure stf stories had in the "good old days". 6 feet, slender, blond, good-looking, levelheaded, Russ' one unredeeming attribute is his uncontrollable passion…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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IMAGINATION! #13 Act Over (38) 11 should be delighted to have you inform Mr. Wilson publicly, re the table he offered to exchange for the graoning one to which I was allergic (one g), that I would be pleased to accept an operating table from him, express at the new address. My motives are of the very best, I swear. I've been intending…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION #11 38 Aug 9 Grafologyarns: Jhan Park Chirograficharacter-analyses! "By these words shall ye know them. Mme Dark, the famous French handwriting reader, is welcomed to the staff of Feature Writers of Imagination!. Here, each month, she will picture to you the personality of a scientifantasy celebrity--as reveald by the…

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Fanfare, v. 2, issue 2, whole no.8, February 1942

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slan!der 9 this small and all essential group of writers. Now. DeCamp is due, thank foo, to hit the slicks soon, as is R.M.Williams, and that really excellent Campbell discovery Sturgeon. Bond has turned from stf to more lucrative fields late-ly; so, apparently, has Campbell's best author, L.Ron Hubbard. Van Vogt's production has…

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Timebinder, v. 1, issue 4, 1945

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considered that these Commandments covered everything one hundred percent. Know what I have thought sometimes? That those fans who will not admit a God because they declare there are too many illogical facts against His being, are admitting their minds are so finite as to be paralyzed at the thought of something beyond them. Instead of having a…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! #2 Nov 37 17 [title underlined] VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION! (These are messages to our magazine. Some gave us melancholy moments--those that cme in the mourning mail; others, more than compensated for our tears that fell--or was it rain...what! in Southern California??--by their appreciative expressions which gave us a number of…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION! #8 38 May 19 CLASSIFY-ADS Rates: 6 charactrs...1c, 3 consecutly inserts same ad, 9 chrs...1c. "Pr"--pricelist, 1c; "gc"--good condish, 2c; & "sae"--stampt-adrest envelope, 3c. 1/4 pg, 75c; 1/2, $1.25; full-$2. For Sale IMAGI-NATIVES! Stop 'n' shop at…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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LATE IN THE SUMMER OF 1937 my interest in the science fiction fan magazine field was at a high pitch, and I began to wonder why Los Angeles had never produced a fan mag on its own initiative. With brilliant reasoning I deduced that with Ackerman, Roy Test, Squires, Paul Freehafer, Russ Hodgkins, and Morojo all here in Los Angeles, we should be…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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12 tascience funfest. Bradbury, Horning, Shroyer & Forry allowing little let-up in lafter [laughter]. & after--O those eats! Delicacys [delicacies], donuts, drinks. Sensation of the eve (Anniversary of Madge's birth) was the surprise reading of the radiogram from London: CONGRATULATIONS TO MADGE MANY HAPPY RETURNS SFA. Say, a grand…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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I think that 1938, at least in its earlier half, marked the period in the club during which the most members were in the most accord over the most things. IMAGINATION! was accepted without question as a serious project, necessitating the fullest support from the membership. There was no question raised, as there was two years later, over…

1918-09-18 Daphne Reynolds to Conger Reynolds Page 4

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, September 1918

1918-09-18 Daphne Reynolds to Conger Reynolds Page 4

better, and really does, but she has a most active imagination. Some idiot mentioned before her the fact that the man who lived here before we did became "gassed" by the bath heater in the bath room and fainted. They had to take the door down to get him out, and it is still down. The heater looks like a harmless coffee urn in the corner,…

1918-08-24 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 3

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Conger Reynolds correspondence, August 1918

1918-08-24 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 3

wonder what you are doing now. Probably lying about wondering whether to get up or not. But p'raps not; mother may not be so indulgent as your hubby was. She boots you out to go to church, doesn't she? No? Honey, I have not no news to write to you. This note is just to remind you that every day I'm with you for awhile in…

Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 2

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, January 1918

Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 2

wierd experience. Everybody was a bit nervous, but there was no sign of panic. It was hard to realize that the peril was as great as it was although the precautions observed forced the fact on one's attention. I didn't go to bed until late and took some little time getting asleep. I confess the thought of being called up any moment to…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 1, whole no. 1, January 1939

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VOICE OF MADGE 3 [circu]late among interested stfans. If a number were to club together it woud not b so dear; or woud that be considerd a violation of copyrite, & so illegal? Reading time to b ltd to such & such a period, or woud there b a great danger that many fans woud hang onto the thing as soon as they got it & not…

Carroll Steinbeck to Alfred and Vira Steinbeck Page 1

World War II Diaries and Letters

Carroll Steinbeck letters to his parents, April - September, 1945

Carroll Steinbeck to Alfred and Vira Steinbeck Page 1

June 26, 1945 Dear Folks, I missed writing my Sunday letters this time. Had a little guard duty which kept me busy. Maybe I can get caught up. Boy oh boy has it ever been hot! Cripes, I set in here with nothing but shorts on as sweat like heck. Every day is just the same. Don't know what the trouble is, but our mail has been coming through…

1944-05-30 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 5

World War II Diaries and Letters

Laura Davis letters to her husband Lloyd Davis, January-May 1944

1944-05-30 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 5

5 say "Oh I didn't mind, but the Mrs. didn't like it." That's just too bad. Don't those women know that in the world there are millions of women who love their service men husbands and don't gripe about how they feel? I find the war is getting to be so long I need a second wind. And I know I'll have all the…

1970-08-10 Tim Gardner to Mr. Robert Engel Page 2

Social Justice

Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

1970-08-10 Tim Gardner to Mr. Robert Engel Page 2

Bob Engel pg two You and I might have little imagination, and thus not understand the potential "threats and power" those associated w/ monitors have. A single eviction notice and difficulty in relocating is evidence to me some people in this town find repression an easier way of dealing with the unknown of change than searching for hard…

1970-11-13 Daily Iowan Article: ""The Muckraker"" Page 1

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-11-13 Daily Iowan Article: ""The Muckraker"" Page 1

(of 2) The Muckraker DI 11/13/70 "Sutton, do you really believe that higher education was invented to torment us?" "Of course not, Mingus. Universities were created to provide a sanctuary for mediocre minds." "You never give a straight answer, do you?" "The people understand parables only." "Glib,…

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Looking Ahead, v. 2, issue 4, whole no. 8, May 19, 1940

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The Fifth Convention---It's Highlights. Page 8 Science fiction, said David A. Kyle, "develops creative imagination." Creative imagination, according to Kyle, is "that thing which stimulates progress." Sykora stated that no motions were permitted on the floor of the Convention. The "Science fiction" auction…

1918-08-21 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 4

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, August 1918

1918-08-21 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 4

tainment, while you and your company, chiefly you, made the real contribution. You certainly have done your share and some more for the Red Cross this year, - and though doing Red Cross in that indirect way may not be so satisfying to your imagination as the idea of being a nurse or otherwise applying your hands directly to the service you have no…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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20 The Voice {continued) "—see Russ get even with the July ish on WOW. Always like to read about what has been done by you dipsy-doodlers. & WOW is well written it's like living it all over. Fantascience Flashes, Imagi-nik-nax. Among our Mems & fillers, very interesting. Grafologyarns, a pleasant surprise. Does Mme Dark really…

1918-01-25 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 10

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, January 1918

1918-01-25 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 10

last thing at night and first in the morning. With the aid of my lively imagination that helps powerfully. And your letters! They are ever new and marvellous. But I can hardly wait for the day when I shall get more. And you must send me more photographs, honey -- kodak, anything that will let me look at you in as many of your fascinating moods as…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! #2 Nov 37 19 CLASSIFY-ADS Rates: 6 characters...1c; 3 consecutiv insertions same ad, 9 chrs..1c. For Sale: LARGEST Stock Backdate Mags in H'wood; Largest Stock Pseudo-Scientales & Supernaturaliterature of any such 2dhand shop in Great LA! 500 AmSs from 1st to latest; stax Ast, Won, Wrd, Air W, Sci & Amaz Detect,…

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Van Allen Papers

James A. Van Allen journal, December 1954-October 1955

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difficult recovery territory in southern Canada. Fell near Iron Mountain, Michigan ([western? northern?] peninsula) about 270 miles from start. (Located on ground by air) He and Webber will go out on recovery party. This was intended as a 26 hour flight but will nonetheless be useful. Two or three weeks ago I had a long discussion with…

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Social Justice

I.C. Notebooks 1

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wonderful! O wonderful! O wonderful! I am food! I am food! I am food! I eat food! I eat food! I eat food! My name never dies, never dies, never dies! I was born first in the first of the worlds, earlier than the gods, in the belly of what has no death! Whoever gives me away has helped me the most! I, who am food, eat the eater of food! I have…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! #3 Dec 37 17 VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION! (Summations of our 2nd issue, run in rotation rcvd & in original spelling, punctuation, et al, of ea commentator.) "I just took my first scrutinizing scornful squint at your mag. Imagi-nation and think it's Swell and hope it goes over the top full blast." Bob Lodge Los…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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IMAGINATION! #13 38 Ach Voice of the IMAGI-NATION Faint Praise from FANDAMN Walter E. Marconette Boss of the Dayton Branch of EMPRESS Publications, 2120 Pershing Rd, boos & boosts. Bon-jour, amis: - Latest issue (August) of IMAGINATION! received, read, and properly filed away for future generations. Being in a rather nasty mood this month,…

1918-04-03 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 2

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, April 1918

1918-04-03 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 2

so unusual and so entertaining. I told her it reminded me of George Ade only her stuff was more artistically done than his. Really, the humorous, understanding way she tells the tale is delightful. And there are some touches of heart interest in it that comes near serious appropriateness. Witness the verse chosen for the end. How she came so near…

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 5, whole no. 28, June 1942

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16 SPACEWAYS EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL LIFE by JOHN L. GERGEN The thesis of life on other planets has been discussed almost completely thoroughly. Nevertheless, a topic of this sort is always interesting, to me, at least, and I trust it will be to you. I intend letting my imagination wander, a completely unscientific mode of thinking. One could…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 3, September 1944

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FANTASY COMMENTATOR 47 In 1914 a second collection of short stories put in its appearance. It was titled Men of the Deep Waters, and consisted of tales which had mostly been printed previously in magazine form. The London Times termed it "a serious contribution to literature" and further remarked, "Its quality is excellent..."…

1918-05-04 Conger Reynolds to Daphe Reynolds Page 8

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, May 1918

1918-05-04 Conger Reynolds to Daphe Reynolds Page 8

not escaping hard work and I'm not escaping all the dangers. But there is no need of bothering your imagination with either of those phases. I am contented because I know I am where I am of some account. I like my job because I fit into it. But even so I'm not so fond of it that I'll shed any tears when the war is over and I can go…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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of anything fainly resemblant of conformity. Aside from such resident talent, we had a fortuous string of visitors that year. They included Arthur J. Burks, Dr. Keller, and Jos. Skidmore. But above all, there was an almost naive interest in science fiction and the world to come; the world, I sadly sadly say, of those glorious years between…

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Fantods, whole no. 9, Winter 1945

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EFTY-NINE page 13 fore type hopes to see again one of these days. Oh yes, and still on the Strangers' meeting, I've since looked up and read Mitchell's "Amos Judd". It should rate a line or two in Sw's Comprehensive Treatise on Time Travel, even though Judd's prophetic power was due to the touch of Vishnu and…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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14 I'll be sending in a bit now and then for an odd issue, tho." (All our issues r odd) Amelia Reynolds Long the authoress, writes from Harrisburg/Pa: "A few days ago, I was quite pleasantly surprised to receive a copy of a very interesting s-f fan magazine called Imagination. At the time, I was just recovering from a case of nerves…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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20 Advertisements UNVEILING THE UNIVERSE: A Significant Work. 7" X 10", 135 pgs, over 500 fascinating fotos...telling...Where We Are & What We Are as revealed by Telescope & Spectroscope. Bk that should be in the library of every science fiction reader; would be a bargain, we believe, at $1.50--but, to offer it to you cheaply…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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during the formative spelling years was a Century dictionary rather than the more standard Webster. Another cause was my advanced reading in my later elementary school grades. As I poured through semi-technical books on science and chemistry, not to mention the Wells and Verne's novels, I naturally came across great quantities of words which…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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IMAGINATION! #6 38 Mar 7 CLASSIFY-ADS Rates: 6 charactrs...1c; 3 consecutiv insertions identicl ad, 9 chrs...1c. Abrevs: "gc"--good condition (2c) & "sae"--stampt-adrest envelope (3c). 1/4 pg, 75c; 1/2 $1.25; full $2 --------------------------- FOR SALE: Complete Ur colection! Our stock includes 1st Yr AmS,…

1945-05-29 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 1

World War II Diaries and Letters

Laura Davis letters to her husband Lloyd Davis, 1945

1945-05-29 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 1

817-19 St S. E. Cedar Rapids, Iowa May 29, 1945 Dearest, It must be getting time for you to come home. For a long time after you were in service I noticed especially every truck like yours. Then I gradually got over that until recently. I declare I've seen trucks like yours so often in the last few weeks that it would take little persuasion or…

1945-05-21 Freda Caldwell to Laura Frances Davis Page 3

World War II Diaries and Letters

Laura Davis letters from friends and family, 1945

1945-05-21 Freda Caldwell to Laura Frances Davis Page 3

3 sick most of time. Worried about Ralph - think he had a tough of Rheumatic Fever. Had planned to go to work at Vet Hosp. which is just across road from us - in fact bought here with that in mind. But there is no vacancy on nursing staff at present. After hearing & reading all this stuff about the nurse shortage - am really amazed. Sometimes I…

1918-04-09 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 3

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, April 1918

1918-04-09 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 3

impressive in my imagination that I am awed by it in no less degree than I was when we became engaged and again when I first knew the glory of being your husband. It will never grow old because it has the everlasting vitality of youth. Years will not lessen its wonder. Even if God permits us to sit together some quiet evening sixty years from now…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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IMAGINATION! #6 38 Mar are drawn on the flr with some luminousubstance & consist of circles, 6-pointed stars & rather silly-looking symbols. Faust got along without them--but then look what happend to Faust. Reciting the revolting reyarP s'droL (Lord's Prayer, backward) is a blasfomust. Most amateurists on the occultrail…

1918-07-08 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 6

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, July 1918

1918-07-08 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 6

week I am scarcely stray away from hon. office and house nearness. Mostly I am upset by time reading with book. Eight, nine days have disapproach except letter from hon. Wife but I detain eagerly hoping for best. This time there are so many deserving to be remembered that I think I'll not name them but simply ask you to give my love to…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! #12 38 Sep CLASSIFY-ADS 19 Rates: 6 characters... 1¢; 3 consecutive inserts same ad, 9 chrs... 1¢ "gc" ----good condish, 2¢; & "sae" ---stampt-adrest envelope, 3¢ 1/4 pg, 75¢; 1/2, $1.25; Full-$2 For Sale SHEP'S SHOP for STF Our 12th Consecutive Ad 5518 Hollywood Blvd.…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION! $7 38 Apr 3 FANTASCIENCE F-L-A-S-H-E-S ! For the firstime in Publishing History color-foto covers will replace drawn illustrations on a pulp when the New AMAZING, edited by "Ray" hits the stands soon! Complete contents, Jun: Storys-- "The Man Who Ruled the World", by Robt Moore Williams "The Escape thru…

1942-07-17 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 6

World War II Diaries and Letters

Laura Davis letters to her husband Lloyd Davis, July 1942

1942-07-17 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 6

was out Red Crossing so long I did not get the lawn mowed. I had intended to do it early but I didn't sleep good and didn't want to get up. Lunds wrangled loud and late and it was hot and sticky. Then I guess I got a spell on me of thinking maybe you were sick from all the shots and couldn't write. [sad face doodle] Even though I…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION! from 19 but 'Madge' is just what a FanMag should be -- Full of vital and amusing matter. Pity Fantasy went, she was the best before 'Madge'. There is only one F.J.A. with his strange doings and interfering with the peace of mind of those who prefer the plain old King's English; however, it makes…

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A Tale of the 'Evans, v. 2, issue 2, Spring 1944

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page 7. finally dragged in the fact (!?) that "all knowledge" was infinity and that therefore the man could not imagine anything that was not already in the realm of his all-knowledge. Later, when I advanced the point that the semantic connotation of the word "man" was finite, they weakly countered that the semantic association…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! #9 38 June 19 CLASSIFY-ADS Rates: 6 charactrs...1c; 3 consecutiv inserts same ad, 9 chrs...1c. "Pr"--pricelist, 1c; "gc"--cood condish, 2c; & "sae"--stampt-adrest envelope, 3c. 1/4 pg, 75c; 1/2, $1.25; full-$2 FOR SALE Weird Tales SHEP'S SHOP 1925 dates thru following decade-- from…

1918-03-07 Daphne Reynolds to Conger Reynolds Page 8

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, March 1-17, 1918

1918-03-07 Daphne Reynolds to Conger Reynolds Page 8

you see behind that expression, and how would you interpret it? While you are brushing you hair and thinking about it. I'll analyze it for you. I have assumed a very serious, tragic expression, as one who thinks, "I must not forget those peanuts!" Am I right? Probably not. I'm glad you heard from the Coulons. I sent them two…

1918-03-29 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 5

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, March 16-31, 1918

1918-03-29 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 5

that my love appeals to it like the infinite that is in the woods and brooks and your beloved music. God has been good enough to give me of the imagination of the poet that one must have to comprehend and respond adequately to a love like that. Every day, it seems, I learn how far more wonderful you are than the dream girl my heart sought. Was I a…

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Rocket, v. 1, issue 1, March 1940

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LOS ANGELES PROUDLY PRESENTS TO FANDOM: SHANGRI-LA LA's own POLARIS Paul Freehafer SWEETNESS and LIGHT Russ Hodgkins FUTURIA FANTASIA Ray Bradbury VOICE of the IMAGINATION 4sJ & Morojo MIKROS Russ Hodgkins THE ROCKET Walt Daughtery All of the above magazines are mimeographed in Los Angeles at the home of former Director R. Hodgkins…

1942-12-26 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 7

World War II Diaries and Letters

Laura Davis letters to her husband Lloyd Davis, November-December 1942

1942-12-26 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 7

4 with your writing kit maybe it will sometimes be possible for you to send off a note even when you are on guard duty. At any rate I thought it would be convenient size, and yet not sissy sized, to tote with you if you are short of space or on the move. I'm glad you like guard duty and can get to do it part of the time. It should help out a…

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Reader and Collector, v. 3, issue 6, January 1946

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Following the allegorical travels of the ancient wanderer through the terrors of the under-earth, the science hero in outer-earth, or space, meets the same trials and temptations. His reaction is the same, and the normal is the same. The human being is most definitely the object under consideration, and he is returning to his position as the center…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 1, September 1945

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the fourth dimension, a dimension had to be added to them,thus making them cease to exist on the 3-D plane. And to top it off, no matter how many people are sent to the 4-D plane, they become only one person when they arrive. And the more that are sent over, the larger that person becomes. But the author's description of how the extra…

1945-08-10 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 2

World War II Diaries and Letters

Laura Davis letters to her husband Lloyd Davis, 1945

1945-08-10 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 2

get all their money's worth out of the insulation job they had done last year! I am home now after work. It is now official that the big four got a peace offer from Japan but no announcements will be made "until there is something to say": which is certainly to the point! I fear I didn't accomplish too much, but I did get some…

1917-10-06 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Goodenough Page  2

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, 1917

1917-10-06 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Goodenough Page 2

is it, I wonder, that makes the most melancholy of them, like the wail of Oriental music, so satisfying to emotion and imagination? Canst tell me? But, never mind. I don't know why I'm starting to write to you on this odd topic. Perhaps you too are child of fancy and will understand. My surroundings are anything but suggestive of a…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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18 without whom I can pleasurfully do. Few things would please me more than to spend paragraphs on Sammy's multifarious mistakes, but rather than run this thing's already vanishingly slight possibility of publication, I skip it. (Sorry to cut this short but space draws close to end & we shoud like to let several others have a say--OK?…

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New Fandom, v. 2, issue 1, April 1940

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NEW FANDOM Page Three A CRITIQUE OF SCIENCE FICTION by Thos. S. Gardner. PART ONE I. Can we give it a name? The growth of a literature resembles a tree with a main stem that soon allows its branches to diverge farther and farther from the trunk. The story of science-fiction is strangely like our hypothetical tree in its many ramifications and…

1917-01-29 Conger Reynolds to Emily Reynolds Page 2

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, 1917

1917-01-29 Conger Reynolds to Emily Reynolds Page 2

2 and the world seems a mighty dismal place. But today it has been warm, and much of the snow has gone. My hill across the river is showing black streaks in the white. This last month I've been calling it Fujiyama because it sticks up, white-capped above the trees in the forest, and slopes up to a peak in a way that enables me, with the aid…

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Fanfare, v. 1, issue 1, December 1939

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Suddenly his intense conversation took a different gist. "I have a theory that eons ago, before space or matter existed, life then was only mental. These individual minds were eternal, but their life was devoid of anything but thought. They unamiously wanted a different life -- they could only grope there in the darkness about that…

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Comet, v. 1, issue 3, May-June 1940

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THE COMET PAGE 7 --HORROR'S CELLAR-- your right mind?" Rather brutal tactics, I'm sure, but they were the correct ones, I thought at the time. Knowing him as I did, I was sure that this was merely a product of his imagination--possibly even a night mare. And I didn't believe his reason had snapped, either---if it had, it…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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W̲e̲ ̲h̲a̲t̲e̲ ̲t̲o̲ ̲l̲o̲s̲e̲ ̲o̲u̲r̲ ̲e̲x̲c̲e̲l̲l̲e̲n̲t̲ ̲a̲d̲v̲e̲r̲t̲i̲s̲i̲n̲g̲ ̲m̲e̲d̲i̲u̲m̲! Reminding Imagi-nation we've assortment sff & fsy, from Argosyarns to Z-rays! List Wants—AI Once! SHEP'S SHOP: 5518 Hoilywood BIvd, Hollywood / Ca| (Pd $) "Tommy"' of TOMORROW to M̲a̲d̲g̲e̲ Sweet Dreams! A New SFN Fan…

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MFS Bulletin, v. 3, issue 5, whole no. 17, February 01, 1943

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HELL FIRE JOHN REITROF Saying last installment that fans were eventually to reach a conclusion about the whole subject of Post-War Aactuality as applied to a United Fandom, Joe Gibson continues this time as he sez: "So suppose fandom does reach such a conclusion; then what? Then, my dear li'l ezwal, fans will want to unite with a purpose…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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4 Hi-Lites of LOCAL LEAG LIFE, told by Tobojo. From secretarial notes & other sources... At the first Sept meeting all those present noticed a newcomer seated at one the tables. He was an elderly man, rather tall & stocky, with black-rimmed glasses. We were all curious to know who he was, for a fan of the apparent age 45-55 is a thing quite…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! #2 Nov 37 13 [title in shooting star illustration] ONWARD ESPERANTO Erdstelulov [first sentence underlined] Esperanto th language of ATLANTIS! What phantasy this? Only last ish U read, U say, this yr is [underlined] 50th Anniversry of Esp--then how could it'v been th common tongue of th ancient legendary isle? Isle tell U! (O…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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IMAGINATION! #13 38 Oke 3 we wrote the latter for a bigger laf in 1948 to think we ever thot we'd last that long! (Maybe we were optimists to think even the world woud last that long!) "In 6 days we were sold out. One month later a quarter was oferd for a copy. In 2 mos' time, 35c for one in good condition. 3d month, 50c for…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

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matter of matching exact edges and then checking the whole for accuracy of design. Truly the pattern of the puzzle is made legible, until minute bits sit together in mosaic fashion assume formidable proportions. Imagination applied to matters of personal welfare is not conducive to serenity and composure. It can have thoroughly destructive…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! #12 38 SEP VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION! (Congratulations & strangulations as Madge closes her ish" or a hellish, &, as U see, we r still suffering repercussions from the revolutionary--or, as majority indicated, devolutionary--July number.) Our Leader letter is an overwhelming from JACK CHAPMAN NISKE 5000 Train Av; Cleveland…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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IMAGINATION! #13 38 Oct 1 WAY OUT WEST AZSHYGOUS Yes, regular readers, we know; this is nothing nr like what was announced in #12. Immediately noticeable is the thinness of the number --1/3d the size the augmented edition that was forecast, only 1/2 normal. That color conception of Madge doesnt greet U on the cover. Issue is anywhere up to…

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En Garde, whole no. 17, April 1946

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page 9. A. MERRITT, MASTER OF MYTHS By A. E. van Vogt Time has played many dirty tricks on us human beings in the way of hiding from our eyes the truth of some long past event. It is doubtful, however, if the passage of the centuries has ever permanently concealed from us anything that is genuinely worthwhile and worth knowing. Most of the…

1918-03-16 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 3

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, March 1-17, 1918

1918-03-16 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 3

any attempts of Boche aviators to cross the lines. The towns I saw had not been shelled, but some of them had been bombed. Buidings where the bombs had hit were surely a mess. I visited the hospital where Archie Roosevelt and some more Americans who have been wounded are recovering. We didn't get to see any of them though. I heard officers…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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ANNIVERSARYARN Being a forecastle, so to telescope, oaf the Big Birthday issue of IMAGINATION: out of October First. Thirty Thrill-packt, provocative pgs of pickt fan & professional features ! A sample of the Celebritys to apear: A. MERRIT ROBT. E. HOWARD JOHN TAINE Our Cash Prize Contest has evokt such individual submissions as Richard…

1918-03-17 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 6

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, March 1-17, 1918

1918-03-17 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 6

to letters I wrote about you I must have been simply wild at first. My enthusiasm hasn't waned; it has simply become more definite and steady. To the love that was impulse and imagination and sudden realization I have added love tempered by the sweetness of learning what a good wife you can be and by the sadness (if you will) of having to give…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

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The India of my memory was exceedingly poor in the matter of nourishment for the physical body, but was aboundingly wealthy as to myth and folklore-- a provocating to the inquisition and the soul. Sometimes I wonder if it is not equally important, if not more so, to have plentiful food for the soul as well as calories for the body. In India the…

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Vanguard Variorum, May 1946

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18 VANGARD VARIORUM VANGUARD INDEX: Wow! FI'E WORKS: Anybody got a match? STEFANTASY: I con't care at all for the idea you discuss on page 9, Bill. Maybe -mis vaw siht pu tes ffuts gnidaer tub, dnim kcart-eno a evah tsuj I ply makes me dizzy. But then, I never did care an awful lot for spectating at .rehtie, sehctam sinnet …

1918-08-19 Daphne Reynolds to Conger Reynolds Page 5

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, August 1918

1918-08-19 Daphne Reynolds to Conger Reynolds Page 5

let my imagination run wild a thousand directions, always seeking a way to join my hubby, but __. Have you ever heard anything of Frank Apple with the b-y? He has faded right out of existence. I wonder whether he is still interested in his wife? A drefful thing to say, but I don't feel very strongly toward that young man. Oh, we had so…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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EDITORIAL I suppose that you are surprised, amazed or astounded at the fact, or just plain indifferent to it, that this issue of IMAGINATION! is mimeographed. So am I. To tell the truth, I am more so; because, while a fan expects a magazine to become reproduced better, as time marches on, mimeographing was about the acme of the Impossible, I…

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Science Fiction Fan, v. 3, issue 12, whole no. 36, July 1939

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CLASSICS OF FANTASY —— Amazing epics of imagination—CLASSICS YOU'VE LONGED TO READ...gathered together for the first time and presented for your enjoyment in one magazine. Scientification triumphs by the master writers of the unusual...the weird...the eerie...the bizarre! MERRITT LEATH WELLMAN GIESY WANDREI …

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Fantasy News, v. 3, issue 1, whole no. 53, June 25, 1939

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The Future Of Science Fiction by CHARLES D HORNING WW KNOW that all science-fiction fans are interested in the future. But does it work both ways? That is, will the future be interested in science-fiction? First we'll have to find a passable definition of science-fiction.Suppose we say that a science-fiction story is one with an atmosphere of…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 1, whole no. 1, January 1939

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8 ter; and in particular a letter in the voice of I! by Elmer Perdue, who from all appearances can really write, and I strongly recommend that you print more letters by him (Wit' pleasure!) Incidentally--and this is away off the subject--I'm making a compilation of varieties of de Lulli's 'Chopsticks.' If any of you lads…

1942-09-06 Laura Davis to Lloyd Davis Page 3

World War II Diaries and Letters

Laura Davis letters to her husband Lloyd Davis, September-October 1942

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3 Red wouldn't take any pay for washing the car because he did it for the funeral. He changed the tires so the white remains on the side walls won't show. He found two of the tubes had been squeezed and there were two places on them to fix. I'm glad he found them now as it probably would mean the life of the tubes. There are so…

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The Science Fiction Fan, v. 4, issue 8, whole no. 44, March 1940

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What's right with Weird Fiction? R.W. Lowndes (This was the first fan article I ever wrote; it was done for Wolheim's Phantagraph back in 1936 in answer to an article called "What's wrong with Weird Fiction? Mss. was mislard and never did get published.) Anent the recent discussiuon in Phantagraph a few brief observations might…

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Sun Spots, v. 7, issue 1, whole no. 27, Spring 1946

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Spring, 1946 SUN SPOTS Page 9 THE COMMUNICATION OF HORROR By James D. Breckenridge To an average reader of supernatural fiction, it is disappointing to find that not one in fifty of the stories he reads in this field, both new ones published in magazines and supposed "classics" reprinted in the recent host of anthologies,…

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Diablerie, v. 1, issue 3, March 1944

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TWO BOOKS... GEORGE EBEY I picked the first book up in Honolulu. The name is TWO BOTTLES OF RELISH and it's edited by Whit Burnett of Story and published by Dial Press of New York. Price: three dollars, so don't get excited. TBR, I think, has been reviewed before in the stfield but there…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, September 9, 1912-February 24, 1913

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64 B. F. KEITH'S HIPPODROME Week of Oct. 28th, 1912 Cleveland, Ohio FERRELL BROTHERS- - Comedy Bicyclists. 9 minutes. Garden in 4. A very mediocre opening act, which seems to be getting slower each season. The comedy will require considerable imagination to laugh. (Indianapolis) ELIDA MORRIS - - Singing Comedienne. 12 minutes in 1. this girl…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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to make a heavy demand on everyone's time, and an especially heavy demand on the treasury. After considerable discussion at several meetings, it was decided to take a big jump and purchase our own mimeograph and equipment. This machine was acquired on a monthly installment basis and cost the chapter $50. After a short time it found a…

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Sun Spots, v. 5, issue 3, whole no. 19, August 1941

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Page 4 SUN SPOTS WHY SCIENCE FICTION? By Joseph J. Millard People are continually getting bewildered and perplexed about Science Fiction. People who don't read it, I mean. What is it? Why does anyone read it? Why are SF fans? Why do I write it? Have I ever consulted a sympathetic doctor or a good psychiatrist? It is hard for non-reader to…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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in deliberately being destroyed, thus postponing the finale of Things to Come for perhaps the rest of our life times. ASIDE FROM A few pictures taken out at Hodgkins' house, there is little to record these days in official LASFL archives. Squires and Fox, who were the Secretaries until May 1938, never included these extra-meeting activities…

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World War I Diaries and Letters

Robert Morriss Browning correspondence to Mabel C. Williams, May-July 1917

1917-06-29 Robert M. Browning to Miss Mabel Williams Page 3

of it all makes it very hard to carry out such instructions. This uncertainty is the only thing about the camp that I don't thoroughly enjoy. Some of the things we do are a bit stimulating to the imagination but they are not half so unpleasant as the constant feeling that some of the powers may consider you too nervous, or too slow, or too…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 3, issue 3, whole no. 15, November-December 1941

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT All Eastern Fandom has eagerly awaited this special announcement. At the last meeting of the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society, held November 22nd, it was decided that the Annual Philadelphia Science Fiction Conference will be held Sunday, January 25th. This Conference will be practically a round-table discussion, unlike…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! #3 Dec 37 3 FANTASCIENCE FLASHES! "Dreadful Sleep" by Jack Williamson will be the next serial in Weird Tales following "The Hairy Ones Shall Dance". Gans T. Field, author of WT's serial starting Jan, also has submitted "Black Drama" to Wright. Manley Wade Wellman has written 2 new ones for…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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16 VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION! (Here the readers rate--often berate--our previous efforts, & we run their remarks in the rotation rcvd...) From NYC one-time Ed of TTT, to throw in a glossary with Allen Glasser writes: "You really ought to throw in a glossary with it. Louis Kuslan of West Haven/Ct declares: "Dear Editor, oops, forgot…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION! #11 38 Aug 19 CLASSIFY-ADS Rates: 6 charactrs...1c; 3 consecutiv inserts same ad, 9 chrs...1c. "pr"--pricelist, 1c; 'gc'--good condish, 2c; "sae"--stampt-adrest envelope, 3c. 1/4 pg, 75c, 1/2, $1.25; full-$2 For Sale All (Rail)Roads Lead To SHEP'S SHOP! Blatt, Bleiler, Marconette, Miske,…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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18 CLASSIFY-ADS. Rates: 6 charactrs...1¢; 3 consecutiv insertions one ad, 9 chrs...1¢. Abbreviations: gc--good condition (2¢); sae--stampt-adrest envelope (3¢). 1/4 pg, 75¢; 1/2, $1.25; full, $2. Try ad, be glad! FOR SALE: Forrest J Ackerman, Bruce Yerke, Paul Freehafer, Roloko, Russ Hodgkins, Morojo, & othr locaLites, secure imaginativ mags,…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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IMAGI-NATION 7 MR GHYPHTH LOUGH of Los Angeles, in what might be termd "Complexified English", complains: Ynn polooughtest tou psymplighyd psptelynng whea'v deeveloughpphth auyrrh oamn deyeawlecquephth woch mneigh olouvauloughtinaighse fownephthyque pspuelynnge....tiooyrrhlee piepuhl wreedyn almphyghyde wryghtyng chauzes…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION! #8 38 May 17 The Imagi-Nation Asks PHANTASIQUESTIONS & We Imagi-Natives Give ANSRS: Messers Mayer, Miske & Moskowitz wish to know: Who is Warner van Lorne? A: See Forecast following. J. Chapman Miske: "Did Weinbaum have any stf publisht outside the major mags?" Russ Hodgkins replys: Yes; "The Challenge…

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World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, April 1918

1918-04-29 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 2

they began coming. Evidently there is some hitch in the arrival of mail, for not only have I had nothing from you -- I haven't heard from anybody in America. Dearest, you are the foundation of my happiness now. I never admitted that much to anyone before, and if you were not my wife I probably shouldn't admit it to you. It only requires a…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION! #7 38 Apr 19 CLASSIFY-ADS Rates: 6 charactrs...1c; 3 consecutiv insertions identicl ad, 9 crs...1c. Abrevs: "gc"--good condition (2c) & "sae"--stampt-adrest envelope (3c). 1/4 pg, 75c; 1/2 $1.25; full $2. For Sale Shep's Shop for Fantasy Fiction Most All Th Bak #s All Th Major IMAGINATIV MAGS Plus…

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Voice of the Imagination, no. 9, October 1940

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6 of letters. So, I reckon we better lapse into our native Mid-Western. ~~ So Gregor is Rothman? Am I, eventually, to find the hundreds of fans and authors whose letters and stories I have enjoyed in the past, shrunk to a few score such, each equipped with a dozen or so pseudonyms? (As the sea said upon lapping the land, "Why shore!") …

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION #3 Dec 37 19 CLASSIFY-ADS Rates: 6 charactrs ... 1¢; 3 consecutiv insertions same ad, 9 chrs ... 1¢ FOR SALE: Decade Amazing Stories !! 1/2 M (500!) AmS from 1st to latest -- Largest 2dhand Stock Pseudo-Science Publications, Supernaturaliterature ... in Great LA! Scores Ast, Won, W T, et al. Gernsback S&Is, old Args ... Blu Bks with…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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Imagination: #4 38 Jan. 17 Madge II that you promised? (Sorry, insufficient space. But I am flatterd that U'd cared to've read my 2d saga. --Madge) ~~ And who, incidentally, are three-fourths of the people mentioned? Esperantists? (U hav the wrong ratio; it's four thirds.) ~~ Suggestion for Foo: 'Tis indelibly…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe autobiographical writing, 1980s

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arrested footsteps captured attention imagination quickened will power

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION #11 38 Aug 13 VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION A note of explanation for the new reader: The July issue of "Madge", nickname for IMAGINATION!, was an experimental number, staff surrendering completely its editing & composition to Chas D. Hornig--former managing editor Gernsback Wonder, founder the SFL, publisher the…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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16 VOICE OF THE CONDEM-NATION! The Readers Rate the mag they LOVE (to hate!) J. CHAPMAN MISKE: 5000 Train Av; Cleveland/O is encouraging: "I was quite glad to read that you fellas there in the Golden West hadn't become embittered to such an extent over the spelling controversy -- or should I say riot? -- that the organ was discontinued.…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 2, issue 3, whole no. 15, November 1934

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November, 1934, THE FANTASY FAN 37 ON FANTASY by Clark Ashton Smith We have been told that literature dealing with the imaginative and fantastic is out of favour among the Intellectuals, whoever they are. Only the Real, whatever that is or may be, is admissible for treatment; and writers must confine themselves to themes well within the…

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The Science Fiction Fan, v. 4, issue 10, whole no. 46, May 1940

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FAN ......................................... 5 [Centered and underlined title] A QUESTION [Centered] -Anonymous- Will Science fiction ever become but a memory? That is a question that should be seriously discussed. Other than pleasure what actual good effect can SF claim to be responsible for? These two problems are closely interlocked; the…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 2, issue 1, whole no. 13, September 1934

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THE FANTASY FAN, September, 1934 SUPERSTITION -- A. D. 1934 by Lester Anderson Why the dearth of readers for that class of literature known as the weird or fantastic? Why the cynicism in most circles regarding this branch of writing? Many answers have been given to these queries, the most common one being that of "lack of…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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(The Safety Valve for the readers' steam, where all're invited to boo or not to boo; in own in-dividual spelling, punctuation & grammar; & appreciative words to Madge are--all too foo!) Quoting Sam Moshauty of 603S11, Newark/NJ: "My Dear Guess Who? Who inell is it? I was quite pleased (?) to receive that "thing"…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINA-SHUN! "The Fanmag of the Foo-ture with a Foo-ture" Robert Bloch writes: "Dear Madgenius: Imagination arrived at my humble palace, quite resplendent in its blue cover with the picture of a winged cigar butt flying over the surface of a hot-fudge sundae. Greatly entranced by the articles, though I seemed to detect some levity…

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Sun Spots, v. 3, issue 4, whole no. 12, November 1940

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November, 1940. SUN SPOTS Page 3 Editorial #1. "Whats wrong with it"? By Roy Plotkin It has been said that science fiction is trashy, impossible, nonsensical and a host of other equally imcomplimentary adjectives. But asked the expressers of these opinions to give two reasons why they say the things they do, and in most cases you'll…

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 6, whole no. 29, 1942

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SPACEWAYS 23 THE READERS ALWAYS WRITE dust back in Milwaukee. And the reference to Julia of Opulia brought back a chuckle! " ....."E.-T. Live" by Gergen brings up some very interesting points of discussion. Too bad I can't dwell on them as long as I'd like. His premise that a true scientist does not work with the help…

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Scholarship at Iowa

The terrestrial Adephaga of Iowa (Part 1) by Fanny Chastina Thompson Wickham, 1895

The terrestrial Adephaga of Iowa by Fanny Chastina Thompson Wickham, 1895, Page 8

terminal joint, the [?] Beneath the [maxillae?] and between them forming the floor of the mouth are the [?] and [?]. The [?] articulates with the anterior margin of the [?].It varies greatly in size and shape ,bring usually small or moderate in size and trapezoidal or quadrate, or frequently large in size. In the [?] it is deeply [?] in front,…

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En Garde, whole no. 9, March 1944

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page 2. particular difference. If it had been a regular convention held at some hotel, it wouldn't have. But after all, there was a limit to the capacity of Slanshack. Then there was the matter of calling it a Michicon. At least to us, that name stood for the annual Mid-West shindig. However, we let the name ride, and even used it on the…

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Science Fiction Collector, v. 5, issue 4, November-December 1939

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Science Fiction Collector Page Seven Morojo vs. Moskowitz Morojo I am incapable of "telling the truth as God allows me to see it" for I am an atheist. On the other hand, how odd of God to make my presence a blindspot to Sam at an Important point In a pertinent conversation of the Excluslon Act. I can only ask you to believe on the…

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Le Zombie, v. 5, issue 4, whole no. 51, January 1943

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b2 "LE ZOMBIE" - Number two Some Candid Commente from Tucker U just know its a - Cosmic Publication EXPLANATION DEPT: For the benefit of those who are receiving this by direct mail, and have possibly never seen anything like it before, we are what as known as a 'fan magazine' altho how anyone can term a two page sheet a…

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World War II Diaries and Letters

Burton Jay Smith and Willametta Turnepseed letters, January-May, 1943

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my thoughts wander willy-nilly along the rose-cloud paths of imagination. It's escapist, I know, but it is also pleasant and helps make the regular-world softer or more purposeful should I say. It is the shining gold-goal which glosses over and transfigures the present moment. Gad, I went on another flight there didn't I?

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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receptive mood that night, as during the morning while walking up to the busline on my way to school, my saxophone case suddenly opened up and dropped a $165 gold-plated Alto Sax into three feet of rapidly running, muddy, silty gutter water. Supernatural, indeed! The following meeting, March 17, popular author-member Arthur K. Barnes related the…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! #12 38 Sep FANTASCIENCE FILMART FJA - Guestar, [name underlined] Richard Wilson Jr 7 IF WAR COMES TOMORO, [sic] Spoken in Russian & Deutsch, with English titles. Releast [sic] thru Amkino. The picture opens one nite in the capital of the USSR in, the subtitle informs us, 19--, sometime in the future. There is a…

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World War II Diaries and Letters

Burton Jay Smith and Willametta Turnepseed letters, January-May, 1943

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packing technique. But I'll hope everything arrived in good condition. I am listening to The Symphony this afternoon. I can close my eyes and see you in your room at home listening too. It doesn't take so very much imagination to see us sitting in our living room listening to our radio. It seems as though that time cannot be 6

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! #12 38 Sep GRAFOLOGYARNS [signed] Dark Too many of us r prone to judge without having the facts before us. ~~ Grafology is not a fortune-telling pastime nor intended to foretell the future or reveal the past--only insofar as certain character traits found in the handwriting may indicate to what extent latentalents or defects may b…

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Social Justice

Adelia M. Hoyt memoir and photographs

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UNFOLDING YEARS 17 solemn ones. Yet I had not been unhappy. I was surrounded by love and care and I had my beautiful dreams in which I passed my happiest hours. Out of that past I carried pictures which have remained with me and have been a constant comfort when finally the curtain fell -- completely shutting out the light. After all these years…

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Banshee, whole no. 3, December 1943

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SAYINGS OF THE SPENCE Quarterly (?) Quibblings by Pfc. Paul Spencer * * * It's rather dizzying to consider all that's happened to me since I wrote the last "Sayings." I composed that, I recall, on my desk in my room at the Pawling (N.Y.) School for Boys -- said school having been occupied by the Army for the purpose of…

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FMS Digest, v. 1, issues 1-5, February - July 1941

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Page 4 F M Z DIGEST WITCH WINE ON THE WORLD By Lou Goldstone Condensed from FANTASIA January, 1941 I think it may be ventures, without dogmatism, that one of the less happy conditions of fantasy-fiction in general arises from the all too widespread acquaintance with the works of prose, poetry and drama contribution to the annals of imagination by…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION! #8 38 May 15 Another cover was ofcourse dispatcht subscriber Speer.) ~~ Quite a few Oklahomans are also getting acquainted with Jupiter Pluvius for the first time, Russ. ~~ Dear old RAP's forecast was very welcome. Hope he really goes to town with Amazing. S'- Help me, if Spicy Fantasy appears, I'll scream! ~~ And…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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[NOTE: MOST OF THIS PAGE OBSCURED BY PETITION INSERT. PLEASE SEE THE SUBSEQUENT SCANNED PAGES FOR THE COMPLETE TEXT.] IMAGINATION! #11 38 Aug 5 IF I HAD $100,000: Louis Kuslan. Many times I have wondered what I should do if I had such a fortune & the liberty to spend it any way I saw fit. After much profound cogitation &…

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The Alchemist, v.1, issue 3, Summer 1940

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THE ALCHEMIST Page 37 HAVE YOU READ THOSE BOOKS? Robert W. Lowndes A number have asked me this, and in response, I should like to say I have not read the "Necronomicon" or "Song of Yste" in their entirety. Nor all probility, shall I ever do so. There are sections and isolated paragraphs one can read with impunity; there are…

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World War I Diaries and Letters

Walter H. Fox letters, April-August 1918

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[August 27, 1918] Tuesday Morning. My Dearest Bess: I went up along the creek last night with the fellows for a walk. It is rather rough up there and I used my imagination and thought of the time when the game was plentiful here. It must have been some country. We will come down here some time when this thing is over and take a look around. …

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Ad Astra, v. 1, issue 5, January 1940

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AD ASTRA Page 19 AD ASTRA H. G. WELLS (an open letter) by [[underline]]Joseph Gilbert[[end underline]] My dear Mr. Wells:- Do you remember that preface, to your book, "Seven Famous Novels" in which you wrote: "These tales have been compared with the works of Jules Verne and there was a disposition on, the part of literary…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, December 28, 1908 - October 18, 1909

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CHASE'S WASHINGTON. Week Jan. 25th, 1909. CARBREY BROS. These boys are very clever dancers and make a very good opening number. In one. HORTON and LaTELSKA "The Clown and the Doll". This woman is the best yet of all the similar acts we have played, quite a little comedy. Full stage. JEANETTE LOWRIE Singing comedians.…

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Venus, v. 1, issue 1, June 1944

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-4- ODD JOHN FACT OR FICTION by Glen Daniels Fact or fiction? Take what you will, but it will leave a lot questions unanswered. True, it answered some of the questions that have been in my mind for some time but not all of the answers do I like. The book filled me with loathing; not at John and his…

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Acolyte, v. 1, issue 4, Summer 1943

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four-letter Anglo-Saxon word every time they run across it in print, they wouldn't miss so much of what they're reading. And that, I think, disposes of Mr. Warner. But getting back to plot, I think that all that is necessary is to exerices the imagination sufficiently to, as Woodford expresses it, hang new ornaments on the old Christmas…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION! #7 38 Apr 5 FANTASCIENCE FILM-SPART By Alec. A word from th customary conductr of this colum, Foo-rest J (Joker) Ackerman. Wile I'm elsewher in this ish ritng th King's English I shal atempt to persuade my altr ego Weaver Wright to remain here & iritate U with th Clown's. Tho that won't b so easy as it…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 6, February 1934

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96 THE FANTASY FAN February, 1934 A Visit to Jules de Grandin [continued from page 87] "But how about that moan?" I asked. "Mon dieu!" he exclaimed, though less excited than would be expected under the circumstances, "but I, Jules de Grandin, shall soon find out!" Gathering up my purse, I arose and gave my hand to…

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Scienti Snaps, v. 1, issue 1, January 1938

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Advertising rates: 6 characters for 1 cent. IMAGINATION! "The Fanmag of the Future with a Future!" New Yr No. now on sale, 5th issue out Feb 1st. 20 mimeograff pgs, large size, scienti-fantasy specialtys. A provocative publication. 10c. Bx 6475: Metropolitan Sta. Los Angeles/Cal. SCIENTI-STAMP COLLECTORS, ATTENTION! To all interested in…

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Southern Star, v. 1, issue 2, June 1941

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From The Star Port SOUTHERN STAR Page 14 And while we're on this ghost-to-ghost hookup, let me relate just one more spine-chiller and I'll call it quits: After the first World War, Russia was a shambles. The Romanoffs were slain and the Karensky regime was washed under in blood. Odessa, on the Black Sea, changed hands rapidly:…

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Fantasia, v. 1, issue 1, January 1941

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16 FANTASIA Witch Wine ON THE WORLD by Lou Goldstone I think it may be ventured, without dogmatism, that one of the less happy conditions of fantasy-fandom in general arises from all too widespread unacquaintance with the works of prose, poetry and drama contributed to the annals of the imagination by those rare men of burning genius. All of us…

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Southern Star, v. 1, issue 4, December 1941

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The Munsey Panorama SOUTHERN STAR Page 29 formed beautifully. He knew then that the flight could have been made as advertised, and that his next attempt need not be a frameup. [[underline]]THE WISTARIA SCARF[[end underline]], by J. U. Giesy and Junius B. Smith. Serial, 3 parts, June 1, 1912. The Occult Detector probes a Parisian…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

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unrelated and widely scattered which left huge gaps in the information, imagination - of course - supplied the substance of the novels, but not in a manner conducive to a piece of mind. The uncertainty of not knowing all the related facts of a case is extremely disconcerting. If there are a number of tricks established beyond a doubt, but there is…

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Pioneer Lives

Eno Family Papers, 1839-1889

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17 Li [illegible] March 14th 1861 San Francisco Feb 16. 1861 Mr Eno Respected Friend, About Four months ago I wrote to Mary and have not [illegible] an answer since I have ben very anxious to hear from all. she wrote in her last Her Mother was sick is she well again. I have nothing of interest to write and I sometimes think when writing their…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION! #11 38 Aug 3 FANTASCIENCE F-L-A-S-H-E-S ! Covering the covers: TWS Oct will show a superman striding over the wreck of a city; the Dec, men riding gi-ants, shooting rayguns at a spacesuited figure. WT Oct, a Brundage for Kuttner's "Beyond the Phoenix". Rap plans a fotograficover incorporating a spaceship.…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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10 VERSE OF THE IMAGINATION: Spaceward! --Litterio[[?]] B. Farsaci Come & drink of the vast unknown...the endless void no one has flown; let's leave these earthly points of view for these more pure & true. ~~ Out in space mid the starry skys we shall go where mystery lies. Countless worlds are gleaming ahead: Come! has your spirit…

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Vampire, whole no. 8, December 1946

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The Centaur: Biological Impossibility by Kenneth J. Krueger Picture in your mind's eye a peaceful pasture, where green grasses wave gently in the morning breeze, soft, billowy clouds float lazily overhead, and the bushes that are scattered over the entire scene murmur softly whenever the breeze rustles their tender branches. In the center of…

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Infinite, v. 1, issue 1, [1941?]

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WHY I AM NOT A STFAN by Donna Marlow We asked for it--and got it! Not advised if you have high blood pressure. I am not a science-fiction fan because it is a lot of bunk. Who wants to be a fan of a lot of hooey? Why anybody who had any sense would know that you can't flit around in rocket ships to Mars, Venus, etc., so why write stories…

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VoMaidens Portfolio 2, ca1944

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In the first portfolio U preferd the artists' offerings in the order: Bronson, Erman, knight, Delder, Bjenkins. Hoffman's gagirl universally was praised, was considered worthy of a cover by Widner. Art, however, objected to the whole shebang, claiming that from the first bangd-she to the Erman atrocity they werent worth the powder to puff…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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IMAGINATION! #6 Mar 5 [Signed Forest J Ackerman's] FANTASCIENCE FILMART "HI Treason" -- Several realistic miniature sets in the cinema, notably the London of 1940 showing the new Charing Cross Bridge, & an NYC with double-deck sts, aeroplanes, airships & autogiros mooring on roofs -- the bombing to bits of the…

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Last Testament, issue 18, December 1941

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We Declaim on Poetry ---- "Now the reason I like Prose better than Poetry-" he sez, "is -"; but he didn't get any furthor. I got up and walked very quietly out of the room, then slammed the door hard. The only reason I didn't sock him in the Puss was that he's bigger'n me. The reason? There ain't no…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! #12 38 Sep 3 SCIENCE FICTION EYE Julius Schwartz Science Fiction Mystery: The late Garrett P. Servlss will be long remembered as the author of such superb science fiction novels as "The Second Deluge", "The Columbus of Space" & "The Moon Metal". Yet none of these storys has received as…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe autobiographical writing, 1980s

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Paintings no objective Service theoretically, service obstract [art?] is not limited by or confined to visually perceptive, subject matter appreciation [may?] pose more challenge to both the artist [and] viewer. Some may contend that [creativity?} in non objective art may reflect more imagination and [inventive?] than [might?] be possible in…

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Atres Artes, v. 1, issue 3, 1946

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Fantasy Article Book Review by Lionel Inman TALES OF TERROR: Edited by Boris Karloff -- World Publishing Company 1943 The words, "horror" and "terror", says Boris Karloff in his introduction to this volume of chillers, are often used indiscriminately for stories designed to stir the imagination and tingle the spine. It…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION! #8 38 May 5 Forrest J Ackerman's FANTASCIENCE FILMART Synopsis of serial "Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars" Forward: U r bidn to bord dreamship Imagination! & speed thru space & time to th yr 3,000! Circulug hi abov our world U see devastateng floods sweeping futur citys to th sea, dustorms levling crops…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 3, September 1944

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FANTASY COMMENTATOR 45 the powers of evil have grown so potent, so aggressive, so so almost all-conquering that the survivors of the human race are gathered for self-defence into one enormous pyramid, building their city tier above tier within it, and on every hand all around this Last Redoubt stretches the Night Land, inhabited by primeval,…

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Futuria Fantasia, Winter 1940

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9 patterns -- designs which if read, might lure the intrepid miserable one who reads them out of earth and beyond...beyond, to immeasurable evil...Do you understand what I am saying?" His voice quivered metallically, was vibrant with emotion. I tried to smile, but managed only a sickly grin. "I understand you, sir, but I am not in the…

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Horizons, v. 6, issue 2, whole no. 21, December 1944

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6 21 HORIZONS Laney-Stenciled Letter: See remarks on Fantasy Amateur; curious that Daugherty should contradict Cushlamochree by singing this. Lowndes Open Letter: Sure, if but we have no assurance that others will interpret the racism matter in the method cited here. Though I'm for the proposed revision of article 12, I don't like the…

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Fantasite, v. 2, issue 3, whole no. 9, August-September 1942

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THE FANTASITE....................................................9 be popular--if it is optimistic enough. Optimism will be the keynote of all fantasy, even more than it is today. I do not say such a trend is desirable, but that isthe way I see fantasy headed. Perhaps I am mistaken; I hope I am. Fantasy may grow up as it gains friends. It may…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! Th Fanmag of the Future With a FUture ! June 1938 Vol 1 No 9 Whole No 9 TABLE OF CONTENTS [[first column]] Way Out West Fantascience Flashes Among Our Members Maybelle Anshutz Ray Bradbury Fantascience Filmart Onward Esperanto! Upside-down in Time Who is Warner Van Lorne? In Defense of Progress Defending the Dictator…

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Banshee, whole no. 3, December 1943

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in turn is represented by a woman. Evil generally by one with gold-flecked green eyes. There is a gruff, hearty, lovable old warrior of Viking stock who keeps turning up. And Merritt rather overdoes the wonder -- I picture him writing with his mouth perpetually hanging open in aw. Very critical persons, like Trudy Kuslan and Bob Jones, repudiate…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! The Fanmag of the Future with a Future! September 1938 Vol I No 12 Whole No 12 CONTENTS Cover Ray Harryhausen Way Out West Russ Hodgkins 2 Science Fiction Eye Julius Schwartz 3 Among Our Members Franklyn Brady 4 The Pendulum Chas D. Hornig 4 Believe It Ornate Henry Kuttner 5 Fantascience Filmart FJ Ackerman 7 Resurrection Fred…

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Scienti Snaps, v. 1, issue 2, Spring 1938

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SCIENTI-SNAPS Page 13 attempted to present material in a journalistic fashion. [Olon?] F. Wiggins is commencing work on a new publication of 50 pages or more titled WHO'S WHO OF SCIENCE FICTION. And so it goes down the line. We are pleased to hear however that no fan magazines are going out. A few new ones are coming in, and our hats off to…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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before the first issue was out the Happy-Acky was calling it "Madge." Oh, the horror of it all. As I recall, Russ Hodgkins and the Glendale SFL (Squires-Fox-Lewis) were with me to some extent; at least to the point of agreeing that Ackerman must limit his horrible mangling to his own work unless the authors of other material request…

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Fantasy Fiction Telegram, v. 1, issue 3, December 1936

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FANTASY FICTION TELEGRAM somewhere in the vincinity of high noon. With fear in his eye he glanced toward the atomic machine to assure himself that the whole thing was not merely a dream or a figment of his imagination. Not waiting to breakfast, he again placed a lump of lead in the casket-like little box. Again he watched lambant flame play over…

1918-03-01 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 2

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, March 1-17, 1918

1918-03-01 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 2

But it was very cheerful, and I had it all to myself. Now it has died down to a bed of coals, and I have lit the lamp to write. We got back at 5:30. Snow had been falling all day. I slopped over the road to my billet caring little for the slush in view of the fact that every step was bringing me nearer to the only home I have over here. Madame…

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World War II Diaries and Letters

Burton Jay Smith and Willametta Turnepseed letters, November-December 1943

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Started Zach Shepherd innumerable winking lights. In the distance is a double line of lights demarking a broad long highway on the southern edge of the city. About in the center aprears the town towers of a medievel castle around which the town has grown up through the centuries. At a distance out on the desert, but dimly visible in the bulk of a…

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Satellite, v. 1, issue 1, October 1938

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The MIRROR By Charles Eric Maine David Rodney looked into the mirror, and saw no reflection. He was not surprised, because, so far as he knew, the mirror had never reflected anything other than the room in which it stood. It was generally accepted, he mused, that a mirror should reflect all that came within its range, but there was no law to…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 1, whole no. 1, January 1939

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FORWARD At terrific expense (tuppence) we have persuaded the highest priced & consequently most sought-after spiritualist in the world to-day, Chaschach of Abracadabrania, to pierce beyond the veil to to the un-known world where the strange personality which was known as "Madge" now dwells. This place, due to the controversial nature…

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Technocrat, v. 1, issue 2, April 1939

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THE TECNHOCRAT 3 the "real fan" would come over to stf fandom when he was ready for it, and would not need to be herded into the fold by conventions or such. Seems damned strange that the pro editors should take such an awfully large interest in the affairs of stf fandom, anyway, when you stop to consider that they have had 12 years…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION! The Fanmag of the Future With a Future! August 1938 Vol 1 No 11 Whole No 11 CONTENTS Cover...Grace Talbert Way Out West ... Russ Hodgkins ... 2 Fantascience Flashes ... Claire Voyent ... 3 Among Our Members ... Pogo ... 4 "Facts Are Clean" -- HGWells .. Robt W. Lowndes ... 4 If I Had $100,000 ... Louis Kuslan ...…

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Alchemist, v. 1, issue 4, December 1940

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ALCHEMIST 35 THE BOOK OF THE DAMNED is rapidly rising in value, mainly because of it's increasing scarcity. Recently came across a copy in a collector's possession and examined it with much interest. Was informed that he had received an offer of $12.50 for it. Contrary to almost universal belief is the fact that Charles Fort's…

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Tycho, v. 1, issue 2, November 1942

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Be a Hack and Starve By Fortier "WHAT THE dickens? And I suppose this pain where there isn't much else is all imagination? I starve anyway, so why not try raking in a few chips?" Moe Pann speaking up there. He wants to become a writer. He hasn't been doing well, so he's…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 4, April 1946

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[text is in two columns; first column] cause the magazine at that time was publishing only stories along tried and true lines instead of the more interesting and experimental fiction of its more successful competitors. Gernsback was the father of pulp science-fiction, and of the slogan as well. When he left AMAZING and started SCIENCE WONDER, the…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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18 DALE HART, from whom we heard on the 2d letter of the column this mont, reviewing our April issue, writes again in time to have his voice heard twice same month, on the 2nd occasion commenting on our May Madge thus: "...a typyical issue, going neither below or above standard. (The standard is pretty hight.) The cover was the best yet--and I…

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Scienti Snaps, v. 1, issue 1, January 1938

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FANTASY THROUGH A ROCKET TUBE with VAPER WIMPLE Greetings Mr. and Mrs. (or is it Miss?) Fantasy Fan and all the saps at sea, this is your scienticorrespondent with loads of information (or is this just chatter?). Los Angeles, Calif. - Well, sir, it appears that our fellow Leaguers in sunny California has something in their new publication,…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! #12 38 Sep est lies in the beautiful difference of her." (For once a woman is rendered speechless! Such praise--so seldom--overpowers me. Forry practically wept, from reaction. -- Madge.) John B. Michel, whom U all know so well: "Sorry to have given you any impression that I was in a high and mighty temper and further…

1918-01-16 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 2

World War I Diaries and Letters

Conger Reynolds correspondence, January 1918

1918-01-16 Conger Reynolds to Daphne Reynolds Page 2

Without lack of the fine qualities that men love as the distinct characteristics of woman-kind you have the sympathetic understanding and genuineness to be the whole-souled mate of an honest-to-God man. You are the personification of the sort of thing that breathes eternal in art and poetry and music. You inspire in me ambition to do the things…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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The the club ceased to be a club at all; it was instead a priceless proving ground, a never-ending demonstration of half a dozen common psychological types in action at one time. Though in the later half of my regime, such priceless characters as Shroyer, Kuttner, Mooney, Hodgkins, Lewis, Gurnett, Henderson, etc. had all but totally disappeared…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

Table of Contents

IMAGINATION! The Fanmag of the Future With a Future! May 1938 Vol 1 No 8 Whole No 8 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TABLE OF CONTENTS ---- Cover Design Hans Bok Way Out West Russ Hodgkins 2 Fantascience Flashes Claire Voyant 3 Among Our Members Lucie B. Shepherd 4 Vodoso 4 Fantascience…

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Science Fiction, Jr., v. 1, issue 1, June-July 1942

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SCIENCE FICTION JR. Imagination on Paper ! ! Volume I Number I No Copyright June-July 1942 TABLE OF CONTENTS All Fiction *Fiction POISONED SOIL (Serial). ....................Willy Ley EINSTEIN IN REVERSE (Novelette)................Malcolm Jameson WAR MONGER: 2310 (Short)....................Dale Todd *Poems A DREAM ..........…

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Fandemonium, issue 2, Summer 1948

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"DER FREISCHUTZ" WEIRD OPERATIC DRAMA AT ITS BEST In the past, many efforts have been made to catalog musical flights of the imagination, and fantasy in the "universal language" has been given a thorough going-over, both seriously and humorously. Mostly these have consisted of discussions of themes pertaining to true fantasy,…

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Civil War Diaries and Letters

George C. Burmeister diary, 1861

1861-08-08 -- 1861-08-09

Thurs. 8. Our company was detailed for picket guard. I was excused from duty on account of having a large abscess on my left knee, which is very painful in walking, and feeling otherwise unwell. Just before dinner the alarm was given that the enemy were coming, all our teams were sent toward town, and the men drawn up in line of battle, thus…

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Civil War Diaries and Letters

Samuel Calvin letters, May-August 1864

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Later in the evening I lay watching from the western window, a loose belt of clouds that hung lazily on the western horizon. In the grotesque shapes that they would sometimes assume, I fancied I could trace a resemblance to men and animals. Horses would appear with other animals mounted on their backs, then almost imperceptibly it would change…

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Science Adventure Stories, v. 1, issue 2, October 1938

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39 Return To The Future ************************************************************ Myron, as he stepped upon the metal platform in the dying light of day. "Don't leave me alone!" she cried frenziedly. "Wait! Wait!" The form that was Myron's commenced fading, as, crying and sobbing, Alora flung…

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Wavelength, v. 1, issue 3, Fall 1941

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[centered] THE POETS AND POETRY OF FANDOM 3 [centered] L. R. Chauvenet A poem, to a hard-pressed fanzine editor frantically attempting to fill out his publication before the deadline, can be a very welcome thing. After all, a poem takes up more space that the same number of words in prose, and gives the mag a literary appearance, at no…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 4, December 1939

VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION 11 the History has been pretty well received." From a 4-pg letter from that wellnoen TransAtlanticommentator TED CARNELL of 17 Burwash Rd, Plumstead SE18, London/Eng: "...IMAGINATION, which greatly please me, tho I was aghast to note that I did not make the grade. What did you do with my letter-- pawn it? (Pawn…

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Alchemist, v. 1, issue 4, December 1940

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ALCHEMIST 23 were many -- and most uninteresting. Wonder limped along financially, and finally flared of business with a scheme for removing the magazine from the newsstands and selling it only by subscription. Weird was the same as it had been for years. It maintained a literary standard without being offensively highbrow, and its table of…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

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Imagi-nation That Bob-in-the-Box-260, TUCKER, rites from Bloomington. Ill: "I want to try my fine hand at baiting Tigrina; it seemes to be the thing in VOM of late, etc. First I want to point out something obvious about fandom, to wit: let a hitherto undiscovered (and/or glamorous) female appear on the fan-scene and every half-baked fan from…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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follower of chapter doings, his genial, rotund figure was welcome at all times. He was always willing to talk to any of us, especially to wee youngsters like myself. Shortly after the beach party of 1939 he became afflicted with an obscure bone ailment which incapacitated him for many years. In 1941 just after the Devention, Ackerman, Morojo, Erle…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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Anent the cover: In case U hadn't heard, most the amateur artists of the imagi-nation were invited by us to enter an "artisticompetition", submitting their conceptions of Mage- "the fan of the future", our pick of the most pleasing pic to constitute cover of this issue. Specifications were: Head & shoulders, only,…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 1, whole no. 1, January 1939

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10 Ansring an ad, ELMER DUEPER: "Dear Phoojak: Notice in 'Madge' that you've got a phamplet by Lovecrapht, 'The History uv the Necronomicon, phor sale. Sounds inter-esting. You'll phind phiphteen cents enclosed phor it. The ad appeared under the name uv 'Weaver Wright,' which I understand is one uv your…

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The Alchemist, v. 1, issue 5, February 1941

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Rhythm Of The Spheres 31 they are capable of one great art at least! We shall see." Down in the chamber of screens, Narodny laughed again. He said: "Lao, is it that we have advanced so in these few years: Or that man has retrogressed? No, it is the curse of mechanization that destroys imagination.…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 6, April 1940

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION (Special Insert) [ED NOTE: The following letter was displayed with alternating criss-crossed lines of text.] Dear VOMbii: I have the heart of a fiend, and nothing gives me more pleasure than to prove it. And that is the sole and only reason why I am writing you a letter. Sluvly [sic "It's lovely"?]…

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Fantasite, v. 1, issue 4, July 1941

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THE FANTASITE 22 "Odd, isn't it, that all the human beings he created were female and blonde haired?" I dropped the comb, scissors, and my lowers nearly popped out on the floor. "Then I came into being. I won't go into the details of my electro-education, nor the sensations of my awakening, nor the burst of reason that…

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Phantagraph, v. 6, issue 4, August 1937

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THE PHANTAGRAPH THE PHANTAGRAPH Donald A. Wollheim, 801 West End Ave., New York City Editor and Publisher --Affiliated with the Amateur Press Groups-- Picture of a Young Man With a Vision by Donald A. Wollheim The young man put down the science-fiction magazine he had been reading and looked out the window. His mind was filled with the story…

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Yhos, whole no. 13, 1944

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card game, the aerogames in "Last & 1st Men", "Rule 18", "Man of Ages", uh-"Arzel", "Jay Score", & "The Einstein Inshoot." BEOWULF #2: I liked the cover, & wish i could say the same for the contents. TAKE-OFF #2: Having seen some of the worthwhile stuff Raym can do, this…

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Science Fiction Collector, v. 5, issue 4, November-December 1939

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Page Twelve ---Science Fiction Collector Realizing that if I held out, Wiggins' impulsive act would leave him entirely writer-less, I continued writing for the FAN, though reluctantly. The question of the FAPA Presidency did not come up till later and I offered it to Wiggins only because of his distance from the scene of conflict. The LASFL…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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as a very hard blow, and many a near-tear was to be seen in the eyes of the twelve attenders. I noted it all down in the minutes with a sense of foreboding, and for a while it looked as though I were right. Letters of protest and condolence began to flood Box 6475 from all over the fan field; and on the home front no one seemed to be getting over…

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Phanny, v. 3, issue 2, June 1944

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11 PHANNY 11 some rather advanced algebra, but the very brief, hurried, course in the Calculus to which I was exposed has slipped away long ago, and the algebra is slipping now, too, from long disuse. I just haven't needed anything beyond first year college math for Lo these many years. And now, with my work turning gradually from…

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Fandomania, 1942

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GIGANTICONTEST We want manuscripts: Lots of Manuscripts. BUT....Quality stuff Only one rule....NOTHING DATED... AND THE PRIZES? We've asked Forry -- Who'll be one of the judges--to describe to fandom what FANDOMANIA is offering to you: "THIRTEEN THOROUGHBRED PRIZES: (Yes, that makes Tigrina eligible.) Looming LARGE on the list--pun…

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Fanzine Digest, v. 1, issue 1, April 1942

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Fantasy Fiction Field : Feb 27 42 SUN SPOTS: FEBRUARY 1942 Escape to Reality - -Jack Williamson- - This is intended to be a brief companion piece to the very interesting and challenging article by Sam Noskowitz 'Escape to Nowhere.' That contains some quite well substantiated charges against science fiction fan activities. This…

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The Alchemist, v. 1, issue 5, February 1941

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Science Fiction Background 19 ticularly in science-fiction, not only goes on, but is increasing. I have enjoyed helping many beginning writers to achieve success, and am proud of the "name" writers I have so helped, who are entertaining millions of readers today. Briefly, I judge from my own experience…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, May 11, 1914-July 1, 1915

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BIJOU THEATRE, WOONSOCKET, R. I. REPORT OF SHOW MONDAY JANUARY 4, 1915 [should be 1915] TATE & TATE: Acrobats, 9 minutes, full stage, special drop. Lady and Man. Quite an ordinary act, displaying little or nothing that has not been done before. SKEDDEN & PIKE: Singing and piano, 17 minutes (1) Lady & Man. Singing of the man quite…

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World War II Diaries and Letters

David R. Elder correspondence, October-November 1944

1944-10-28 Page 1

To: Mr. Dave Elder Washington, Iowa Sender: [Sgt.] Milo W. Steele, Jr. [W??] 3rd Band Section [D??H??] 3rd Marine Dis FmF % Fleet P. O. San Francisco, Calif. Oct. 28, 1944 Hi Dave, Received the 30th drip today & was glad to get it. You mentioned about squirrel hunting. Well how goes the duck & pheasant hunting. Next time you see…

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Alchemist, v. 1, issue 4, December 1940

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ALCHEMIST 31 illustrated within. The cover, for the first cover issues, was printed in black and red. After that it changed over to blue and red, remaining thus until the end. The first two covers were signed by "SD", whom I suspect is S. Drigin, who later gained some renown as artist for FANTASY. Further issues were unsigned for the…

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Scienti Snaps, v. 1, issue 1, January 1938

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WORD ABOUT BOOKS AND MOVIES by Walter E. Marconette Books - Despite the many and varied reviews of ["Star?] Begotten" by H.G. Wells, I feel that a [few?] more words will not be in vain. This fine book should be hailed by all lovers of science fiction as the past year's greatest effort; yet [I?] wonder? Will it appeal to those…

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Scientifictionist, issue 2, after 1945

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But this is not enough. A few rare, gifted spirits will find this world of the sun even in hell. For most men, however, most of the time, there can be no objective clarity in an intellectually bewildered world, no objective joy in a poverty damned world where things come only to greed and intrigue and manipulation; no peace in a world where the…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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ordinary type only where necessary to conserve space. ~~ Pen-points throughout the issue: Ackerman should've worked his material into better shape before making the stencil of it. Gave first part of the synopsis too detailed, ending too sket-chy. ~~ Ash-Tray story great. I blanch every time I see an ash tray since read-ing it. But--tell…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 1, whole no. 1, January 1939

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" 9 something else. I hadn't exactly expected a printed magazine shaped like 'Thrilling Wonder' or 'Astounding,' or any of the others, but I sure wasn't looking for anything like this. ~~ Hearld Hershey's article was very funny. ~~ I read 'The Voice of the Imagi-Nation' from one end to the other -…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION! #7 38 Apr WHY STF WRITERS GO NUTS by Jack Coburn The author of this mythicorrespondence is a wellknown writer whose work apears in several the major inaginativ mags. It will be obvious upon reading the article why he employs a pseudonym in this instance. Mr. G. O'Conor Campinger Editor, Aweful Stories. Dear Mr. Campinger: I…

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The Science Fiction Fan, v. 4, issue 9, whole no. 45, April 1940

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stories have never before been seen by most of us and come as a most delectable surprise. Others were perhaps read years ago and then lost and consequently appeal to us today just as would a renewal of a valued friendship. The editor has done a surprisingly good job in avoiding hackneyed stories that have been reprinted almost ad infinitum and…

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Vampire, whole no. 8, December 1946

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Pickle in the middle and some mustard on top-- [title in large, round letters] AN OUNCE OF GARLIC [text in two columns] [first column] FRANK WILIMCZYK Chicopee, Mass. [cartoon of two drunk men with a mug of beer and bottle; text beside them reads "Contributing editors at work??"] [title underlined] Vampire has the distinction of being…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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18 FORECAST: For the Month of May, IMAGINATION! Brings Back to The Imagi-Nation One of its Earlyest--8 Most Entertaining--Fan Writers in an Interesting Article Titled "I Can't Escape from UI"--By Ailen Glasser. Other Features Skeded for May (or Jun): A sociological article by KAREL CAPEK in conjuncti9on with notes about his new…

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The Alchemist, v.1, issue 3, Summer 1940

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----- THE ALCHEMIST ----- Page 67 'Kindred Spirit'. I enjoyed this more than any other verse I've read for a long while. Were did you find her? Other material: still poor to very good. Don't tell me the 'T' in Wm. T Bell stands for Temple! ((No, it doesn't. It was a typographical error--the Wm I mean. Whle in…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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16 The cover could have been improved if the artist had been a bit more careful with the small figures. ~~ So you're goin' to have a contest, are you? S'help me, I'm gonna enter. I have already put my great intellect to work and I'm sure that it will soon come forth with a magnificent brainchild... ~~ The new contents…

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Voice of the Imaination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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[Drawing of a melting, abused, zombie face with a bat flying out of its skull] IMAGI-NATION (underlined) MR GHYPHTH LOUGH of Los Angeles, in what might be termd (underlined) "Complexified English", complains (underlined): Ynn polooughtest tou psymplighyd psptelynng whea'v deeveloughpphth auyrrh oamn deyeawlecquephth wooh mneigh…

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The Alchemist, v.1, issue 3, Summer 1940

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Page 38 THE ALCHEMIST translation into English would be a Herculean task for even an excellent German scholar with nerves of iron. Von Junzt spares the reader nothing: every detail is minutely depicted, vividly, in a mode of realism that transcends all imagination..... even then, I'll be damned if he still, with all his super-Zolaesque and…

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Ember, issue 29, January 20, 1947

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Ralph Rayburn Phillips, Artist, Paints Weird Subjective Color-Forms by Miles Eaton A new star appeared in the galaxy of Fandom at the Pacificon last year. This was Ralph Rayburn Phillips, ultra-weird artist. As his out-of-this-world paintings have elicited considerable and varied discussion, some of which expressed bewilderment, the time has come…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION! #7 38 Apr 17 ry to bak a bad pony like me on such a bet as that, where my once absntminddly mployng an Ack-scruciatng usage woud cost th Rostr a prity peny; but I'l persaly pay for that yr sub for U, Jack! if U find anything to atAck in "The Living Lie." & I'l let Perry Lewis dcide validity of any claim.…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 9, October 1940

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6 of letters. So, I reckon we better lapse into our native Mid-Western. ~~So Gregor is Rothman? Am I, eventually, to find the hundreds of fans and authors whose letters and stories I have enjoyed in the past, shrunk to a few score such. each equipped with a dozen or so pseudonyms? (As the sea said upon lapping the land, "Why shore!")…

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STF-Ette, issue 1, September 1940

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Handwriting Analysis of Forrest J. Ackerman by ? "The most outstanding things in this handwriting are the abilities to reason, calculate, and investigate cause and effect. He deals in facts and figures (mostly blondes) and therefore is not a sympathetic person, as his mind rules his emotions. He does not care for people because he is…

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Thing, whole no. 1, Spring 1946

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THERE IS TALK of printing a new Welcom booklet. Good! But this time how about a better-edited and more permanent job? Laney's criticisms of the last one struck me as well-taken. Why not ask him to be editor and give him time to circulate the ms. pretty thoroughly among the leaders of the association? The booklet is in the NFFF show…

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The Alchemist, v. 1, issue 5, February 1941

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Science-Fiction Background 17 memory. I was playing a game with other lads which we called "Duck Off" and which consisted in trials of skill in knocking a small rock off a large one at a distance of fifty feet or so. One day I missed the "duck" and hit the heavy rock beneath it, whereupon, my favorite…

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Reverie, v. 3, issue 3, whole 10, September 1940

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12 Reverie the N.A.P.A. ahead of local ambitions by having literally no local candidates for any office, and thus departing from the censurable practice of taking advantage of its position as convention city to push a social favorite into high office. If other cities had exhibited the same honorable spirit of placing the…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION! #4 38 Jan. 19 Typewriteribbonovelty!! Tricky, especially created "tape" for Individualists. A Green & Brown blendng that th Fantascience Field Famous--FJAckerman, Allen Glasser, TBruce Yerke, "Nucleus Fan" Ed, etc--hav pronounced "th berrys!". Buy one these ribbons to make Ur correspondence colorful…

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Science Fiction Weekly, v. 1, issue 1, February 18, 1940

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ADVERTISEMENT Dear Doc: - I understand every time U receive a 75c ad U guarantee an extra pg of reading in the Wkly. Very well, here's 6-bits to help make SFW #1 a swell introductory ish. TO SCIENCE FICTION FANDOM I SUGGEST 1. Join the American Rocket Society Dues $3 yrly (includes printed, illustrated journal,…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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16 to orthodox English, in most places, and the biography of Fred Shroyer---and the latter seemed to be merely quotes from Fred-Erick himself. ~~ If I panned 'Disillusion' Sam Moskowitz'd only make more unkind remarks about my being prejudiced against his stuff; so let it pass. Way Out West was very poor this month. ~~…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! #12 38 Sep without any inducement other than the prize of being included in the anniversary number... in the meantine i'm anxoius to know how much article in the last "Madge" was received. Pleasure rush me August number." RICHARD WILSON JR drops a line (facsimile follows) in lieu of a signature to…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 36, October 1944

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IMAGI-NATION 9 grams, reading as much as possible literature dealing with fantasy. Now that I am not quite so closely supervised, it was inevitable that I should resume active interest in the weird and fantastic, and yearn for contact with those of similar interests, so I rented Box 13 at the local postoffice (it was easy--no one had used it…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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IMAGINATION! #13 38 Amm 9 Russell J Hodgkins, age of Editor Campbell; Morojo, with a son reading stf; & Ackerman, who votes - can U? ... These 3, men across the sea (some married!) & other Thinking Fans, members of the imagi-nation whose novacious minds r not restricted to routine routes of that, "like trains, that can run only to the…

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The Science Fiction Fan, v. 4, issue 9, whole no. 45, April 1940

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Speaking of such things, "Weird Tales" seems to be going down hill rapidly. I still read it because of an occasional good story and because I still hope for a renaissance. For years nothing could compare with it- I am speaking of "fantasy" magazines only, not "science fiction". Those were the days of Lovecraft- may his…

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Southern Star, v. 1, issue 4, December 1941

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7 FROM the . . . STARPORT by [[underline]]FRED W. FISCHER[[end underline]] I recently came upon an old notebook which contained a goodly number of articles, both original and excerpted, on the subject of astronomy. There were also a few stray believe-it-or-don'ts which captivated my imagination years and years ago, such as: CLAIMS RECEIPT…

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Acolyte, v. 3, issue 2, whole no. 11, Summer 1945

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cultures of the American aborigines of yesteryear, and that there were similarities between his gods and those of the early Mexican Indians. Lovecraft's next communication showed rare humor, and I got the impression that the Lovecraft Theology was a source of considerable amusement and secret mirth to him; also that anyone with any kind of…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION! #11 38 Aug was such a(n)arrow-minded individual! --Madge) ~~ 'Way Down East' best in the issue. ~~ I do not care for Shroyer's facetious interview. Possibly, this is because I do not care for Shroyer; a pseudo-intellectual. ~~ 'So You're Going to Publish a Fanmag' so-so. I am not. ~~ …

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Scienti Snaps, v. 1, issue 2, Spring 1938

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ADVERTISMENTS Rates: 6 characters for 1 cent or on exchange basis with other fan magazines. THE TELEVISION DETECTIVE By Dr Keller. Free with 6 mo. sub to IMAGINATION! "The Fanmag of the Future with a Future!" (6th issue now out-20 arge legible packt pgs). Send 50 cents (or 10 cents for trial) to Ex 6475 Metropolitan 3a., Los…

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The Reader and Collector, v. 2, issue 2, June 1941

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4. FROM "AN OLD MARTIAN PROVERB" IN "SCIENCE FICTION" Volume 2, No. 5 "I am testing your statement" That is just the kind of a statement we you love to test. It helps make laboratory work interesting. FROM THE COVER OF "VOICE OF THE IMAGINATION" MARCH, 1941.--- showing a picture of a cute little…

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Managers' report book, September 13, 1920-December 8, 1921

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PROVIDENCE. R. I. E. F. ALBEE SEPT. 27th 20 We have a very good bill this week, about as good as we had the first week of the season. There is lots of snap and go and only one act was disappointing. CHAS. LOVENBERG. THE PICKFORDS: Acrobatic comedy and juggling act which started the show off in good shape. 10 min. full stage. A. C.…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! #9 38 June 15 comprehension. If he still fails to comprehend, then there is little I can do about it. This particular writer, as a michelist, found that Marxian communism answered all his questions and showed the ways. Others didn't - so what? It happens that I examined 'God' and Oxford, and Coue, etc. No doubt…

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Fantasy Amateur, v. 8, issue 1, September 1944

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TAKE-OFF CC: Healthy satire at the the expense of the race-hating Nazis. AC: Is this guy poetry-and-song crazy? Mary Helen enjoyable. FAN-TODS CC: Weighty, brainy. Goody. AC: The best liked, mainly because it contributes to our education. ARCADIA CC: Bill Watson's heckling is magnificent--certainly a new literary art already in a high…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 1, Novermber-December 1938

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ADVERTISEMENTS FAN HISTORY is being made. The TESSERACT ANNUAL is nearing completion, and it will be distributed within a few months. It is surely unbelievable, but this magazine will contain s̲e̲v̲e̲n̲t̲y̲ ̲(̲7̲0̲)̲ ̲l̲a̲r̲g̲e̲ ̲s̲i̲z̲e̲ pages, mimeod single-space! It will contain 28,000 words or so of the best fan material that ever been…

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Centauri, issue 4, Summer 1945

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Page 10 Thoughts While Thinking better name for it. Considering the activities in this room, parlour fits quite well. The rest we'll leave to your imagination. Immediately to the right inside the front door (did you get thru it okay?) is a cubbyhole known as the Temple of the Old Foo', where sleeps and thinks the Evans. He has his…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION: #4 38 Jan "A MARSIAN ODD-YSEY" By Chas Williams. Forrest J. Ackerman Fantascience Filmart Explanation: In our Nov. no. I (J) related how a peculiar pamflet publisht in 1926 recently had come into my fantasy film files. It forecastd a series of interplanetaryarns to be scientifilmd by one Chas Williams. His ideas concerning…

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Pan Demos, v. 1, issue 2, March 1949

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complete the work. Three weeks were consumed by Hannes in an intricate card-file system of notes, and in discussions of plot-sequence and narrative. He re-read all the Merritt works in their bibliographical order, and experimented with the Merritt style of writing, the interlocking sentence. Then I came into the picture. My early life had…

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National Fantasy Fan, v. 5, issue 5, August 1946

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Laney's message (cont) It certainly does not warrant any officer in breaking thoughtlessly into print with material which by no stretch of the imagination can conduce to the wellbeing of the group and which in most cases will definitely harm it. Such disagreements should be kept confined to the official family, where I have attempted to keep…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 5, July-September, 1939

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FANTASCIENCE DIGEST Page 11 their efforts to write science fiction, and some license should be taken - it stimulates the imagination. But there is no need to take the thing to excess; many stimulants, taken in overdoses, become drugs. It is absurd to suppose that, because we today can look at the Moon through a telescope, we know all about it. It…

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Le Zombie, v. 4, issue 5, whole no. 40, July 1941

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(page 15) (48) misc. fanmags (?) Ackerman .65 Cartier interior UNK or AST Tanner .10 Cartier interior UNK or AST Manning .30 Cartier interior UNK (?) ? .50 The above is the proceeds of the auction Sunday night, Sept. 1. The balance of the originals were auctioned off Monday Sept. 2, but no record was kept of items sold, beyond the…

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Fantasy Digest, v. 1, issue 2, February 1939

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FANTASY DIGEST 27 cally all of his stories, with the exception of his post-humous works, were of adventure on other planets, and in space. His first published stf. yarn was perhaps the most popular of all he ever wrote, "A Martian Odyssey". This was followed with many others---"Valley of Dreams", "The Lotus…

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Student protests, May-December 1971

1971-05-14 Des Moines Register Article: ""Says Turmoil At Iowa City Not Antiwar""

DMR 5/14/71 SAYS TURMOIL AT IOWA CITY NOT ANTIWAR Lays Large Role to Non-Students Security tight for University of Iowa ROTC awards ceremony: PAGE 7. By Robert Krotz (Register Staff Writer) Copyright, 1971, Des Moines Register and Tribune Company CEDAR FALLS, IA. - University of Iowa President Willard Boyd said here Thursday that violent…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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18 --if he would only learn to spell. (TO WHOM IT MAY DISCONCERT, [rest of sentence underlined] by th muchly malignd Mr Ackerman: My hi school curriculum, precedng college course, featured among my "majors" 4 YRS' ENGLISH--including Newswritng, Journalism, & Business Eng; my marks from "scrub" to Senior--8…

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Timebinder, v. 1, Issue 1, 1944

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self a treat of personal enjoyment, and an increase of Personal Adequacy that will uplift you for days. But remember that your money is not all you must give to obtain the greatest happiness. Remember that old quotation, "for the gift without the giver is bare"? You must, also and foremost, give YOURSELF. Have you a friend or a neighbor…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 8, August 1940

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION [Picture of man holding "The Comet"] TOM WRIGHT, Editor, of 1140 Bush St. Martinez, Cal. flys in the face of conwention thusly: "Just to be different I'll start from the back cover and work to the front. Back coverokay, buy don't you think Roberts has gotten anough? (Enuf what--back covers?)…

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Fanfare, v. 1, issue 2, June 1940

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10 FANFARE CONSTITUTION Article I The name of this organization shall be THE STRANGER CLUB. Article II Any person who is interested in fantasy may become a member of the club. A two-thirds majority is necessary to expell a member. Article III The officers of the club shall be a Director…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, September 9, 1912-February 24, 1913

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161 HUDSON THEATRE, WEEK JAN.6,1912, [UNIONVILLE?] N.J. Tuesday night show. [Jos?. ?.] Smith. THE CHAMBERLAINS---Man and a woman, dressed in western clothes who perform many tricks with lariats all the while keeping up a conversation. It is a good opening act that went well with this audience. F.S. 9 Min. IDA O'DAY---Singing comedienne,…

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Scienti Tales, v. 1, issue 1, January 1939

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TED MARCH SCIENTI-TALES PAGE 13 THE TIME EXPERIMENT BY TED MARCH At first nothing happened, and then there was a terrific explosion! (Illustrated by Louis G. Maurine) CHAPTER ONE # AN EXPLANATION OF TIME Harold E. Stockton was a multimillionaire, whose playboy days were over. He was well past middle age and had all at once lost interest in…

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Detours, v. 1, issue 4, September 1940

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Detours - September 1940 1:4 7 ---------------------------- ON THE MENU Polaris: 10c Paul Freehafer, V1N4. An outre, exotic dish for the palate of the gourmet with a fine taste in the unusual. Scienti-comics: 10c Phil Bronson, V2N2. Home-made ice-cream in several luscious flavors. The Alchemist: 10c Martin & Hansen V1N3 An entree of…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! #2 Nov 37 5 Francis Flagg Weaver Wright THE HAZY HORD Those who lived during those 4 fantastic days never will forget them--decade ago now when the amazing army appeard as if by magic in the Southwest & spread destruction & death thru 3 states. First presagement of the bombshell to burst was when the translucent red…

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World War II Diaries and Letters

Bess Peebles Fox letters to her daughter, 1943-1945

1945-03-19 Bess Peebles Fox to Helen Fox Page 1

Monday - March 19th 1945 Dear Helen - Nice letter 86, written March 11th; the lovely post card picture of Gourock; and the beautiful pampas grass Mother's Day card all came today. I too hope you won't be so far away by another spring. I phoned Betty as soon as she got home from her day at the R.C. War Fund office and she was so glad you…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, May 11, 1914-July 1, 1915

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SCENIC TEMPLE Vaudeville and Motion Pictures EXEC. OFFICE: UNION THEATRE UNION STREET PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND MAIN STREET PHONE PAWTUCKET 356 Pawtucket, R.I., MACK AND WILLIAMS. Man and woman. In one and full stage, 14 minutes. Dances, songs, and a novel finish "The Staircase Dance". Went fairly good. RAY FERN. Single man, in one, 16…

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Pioneer Lives

Ida Chamness letters, 1910-1922

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-56- truth tells us; such as these have their home with the devouring beast, and the false prophets where all is described as outward darkness. Joel Johnson. Windsor, Virginia twelfth month, 17th., 1912. To my highly esteemed, and dearly beloved companion in the Gospel, Ida R. Chamness, dear friend, In the pure love of Christ, and life that…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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IMAGINATION! #6 38 Mar 9 I clean up! Q: Sorry I had to shoot you! Bloch, but lay off those old gags... Now: Just how do you spend your time? A: Counting the money I make from writing. Q: Be more explicit. A: Well, in the morning I count the $ bills. Q: Yes? & what do you do when you're finisht? A: I count the $5 bills. Q:…

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Pioneer Lives

Ida Chamness letters, 1910-1922

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-53- P.S. Tell Pauline I mis her company very much, How glad I would be to see her and all of you. Give my love to all of the family. 12th. month, 31st. This is the last day of the year. I am alone, and my heart is filled with joy and peace in taking a retrospect of our journey in Europe. This is the crowning year of my life. Now, I see beyond all…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 4, Summer 1945

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10 '' Okay, Chauvenet, ol' man. You laid 25 cents on the counter -- so what? DAWN will definitely be out before 1950 as that is the date I am to take the space-jaunt Tucker predicted. In fact, it'll be out Denvention time. Happier now? We announced it last summer, and bring it out this summer. It's annual you know.…

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New Fandom, v. 1, issue 6, 1939

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NEW FANDOM 31 C̲o̲n̲t̲r̲i̲b̲u̲t̲e̲d̲ ̲b̲y̲ ̲W̲e̲i̲r̲d̲ ̲T̲a̲l̲e̲s̲ Black and Wiite- WB-1 "Salome" by Finlay WB-2 Illustration by Finlay P̲r̲o̲f̲e̲s̲s̲i̲o̲n̲a̲l̲ ̲M̲a̲g̲a̲z̲i̲n̲e̲s̲ PM-1 Amazing Stories-Vol .1, No. 1 April 1926 PM-2 Amazing Stories-Vol.1, No.3 June 1926 PM-3 Amazing Stories-Vol. 1, No.5 Aug. 1926 PM-4 …

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION! #4 38 Jan. 9 2 YRS AGO HPL RCVD FROM FJA A COMPOSITE KODAK OF THE 'MASTER MANIAC & DAMSEL IN DISTRESS' FROM MACABRE MOVIE "MAD LOVE", ACCOMPANIED BY A CARD EXPRESSING WEIRD WISHES FOR A 'CTHULHUICHRISTMAS & NECRONOMICONEW YR'. THE DAY BEFORE XMAS, 1934, HPL ACKNOWLEDGED RECEIPT OF THIS STILL OF…

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Sydney Futurian, issue 8, 1948

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PAGE SIX THE SYDNEY FUTURIAN THE FUTURIAN SOCIETY LIBRARY The Futurian Society Library now contains 71 magazines, 28 books, 8 excerpts and over 200 copies of 66 fan publications. Use of the library is open to all members living in the Australasian postal area, charge being 3d. per item per fortnight. Many thanks to Los Angeleños L. Holt and…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book,, September 23, 1907 - March 12, 1908

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176. UNION SQUARE CRITICISM-----WEEK OF JAN. 13th, 1908. LA BELLES Man and woman in a Hoop Rolling and Juggling Act. The man is a good juggler, and the woman is a good Hoop roller. The comedy in the act is only fair. Went very well. 11 minutes, full stage. Three shows. HANSON AND JAMES Colored Man and woman in a singing and dancing Act. The…

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Le Zombie, v. 4, issue 5, whole no. 40, July 1941

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(page 13) (7) books Roy Rockwood ? $1.05 Cartier interior UNK (?) Brazier 1.00 Posters "Werewolf London" Roch .25 del Campo interior WEIRD (?) Rothman .40 Rear Cover AMZ (?) R. Frank 1.40 (15) Electrical Experimenters Freehafer 1.00 Krupa rear cover AMZ (?) Brazier 1.00 Book "80 Days--"Verne Wvans …

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Jeddara, v. 1, issue 3, June 1943

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JEDDARA PAGE 7 E P I S T O L A R Y JOHN V. BALTADONIS: "Comments on Jeddara: As club bulletins go, it's certainly worth a nickel. The best things in the issue were 'To the Queen's Taste,' and the advertisements. The worst thin in this issue being 'The Voyage of the Whosit.' Minutes aren't bad:…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 19, November 1941

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YRS BFOR THE MAST Voice of the Imagi-nation first apeard in IMAGINATION: in '37 Nov. We date from that, in celebrating our 4th Anniversary., -- Everything we said about the 3/4 size Vom was so. We were able to get as much on 3 stencils as previously on 4, but it made dummying a lil difficul; % then we had 1000s of sheets to halve after…

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En Garde, whole no. 2, June 1942

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Page 9. HAVE YOU HEARD the periodic, plaintive prayer for another novel from the accomplished pen and fertile brain of John W. Campbell, Jr., one of the two greatest authors of science fiction? Have you felt a nostalgic yearning to read more of the adventures of the Master Physicist, Aarn Munro? Have you wondered what happened to the Tefflans? Did…

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Eclipse, v. 1, issue 1, whole no. 1, February 1941

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ECLIPSE 17 NO. 1 MERCURY For our back cover this time, I'm sure you'll agree that our famous artist has excelled even his usual brilliant self in this excellent portrait of an inhabitant of Mercury. To make it even more remarkable, the picture agrees in every detail to the opinion of most reputable scientists as to what a Mercurian…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, March 3-November 3, 1913

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B. F. KEITH'S HIPPODROME Week of March 10th, 1913 Cleveland, Ohio BEN BEYER & BROTHER - - 11 minutes in 3, bare stage. A bicycle act with some very clever tricks and acceptable comedy. (Chicago) BROWN & BLYLER - - Just Entertainers. Two men and a piano, working 12 minutes in one. A cabaret act delivering the goods. (Toledo) JOHN C.…

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Social Justice

Adelia M. Hoyt memoir and photographs

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UNFOLDING YEARS 7 We all loved books. I am told that I could read fairly well at four. Our supply of reading matter was exceedingly limited. Our home library, as I recall, consisted of the Bible, Pilgrim's Progress, a History of the Wold, Milton's Paradise Lost, a volume of Scott's Poems, and Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy.…

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National Fantasy Fan, v. 4, issue 1, January 1945

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THE NATIONAL FANTASY FAN, (formerly "BONFIRE" is the Official Organ of the N. F. F. F., and is published monthly by the Federation, on or about the 15th of each month. Free to all members; this issue is VOLUME IV JANUARY, 1945 NUMBER 1 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE The month of December was not productive of much actual results that…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 4, December 1939

NOVACIOUS— Now available to all! #4, at 5c, is an enlarged edition including reviews ("the best In book-reviews") by Paul Freehafer, Reslyn Heinlein, Ray Bradbury & Morojo. Read resumes of "The Young Men Are Coming", "The Jester's Reiqn", "Odd^ Jno", "PaIIid Slant" & others!…

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Fantasite, v. 1, issue 1, November 1940

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14 ......... THE FANTASITE well covered it, but I do want to say how much I appreciate the friendships I made those three days. There is Walter Liebacher, for instance. Very kindly he put up Paul Klingbiel and myself at his apartment for the two nights. And Walt is a real guy. You know, he's the fellow who wrote that "Blotto" thing…

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Social Justice

Adelia M. Hoyt memoir and photographs

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UNFOLDING YEARS 13 Whether it was that this outdoor life began to have its effect or that I was outgrowing the tendency, the fact remains that the next spring for the first time in several years I escaped the fever and long illness which had for so long sapped my vitality. For the next two years I continued to live much of the time in the open,…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION! #8 38 May 11 WHY STF EDITORS GO NUTS By Jack Coburn Mr X Wrapright Editor, Queer: I am submitting a queerd tale I just wrote. It is handwirtten & the only paper I could paste is on. This is the best phantasyarn ever written but I shall let you have it at your usual rates. I want to do my own illustrating. --Mr Amander Speel.…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! #12 38 Sep 5 BELIEVE IT Ornate Henry Kuttner "A tasty sandwich" I said, gulping. "Cold tongue, I think?" Mr Farnsworth Wright cought delicately. "Not exactly; just a little something we had left over from the Black Mass last nite." He lookt more closely at the roast & then hastily leand forward &…

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MFS Bulletin, v. 2, issue 5, December 1942

MFS Bulletin, Vol. 2, Number 5 Page 5

completely over the heads of the general reader. That, stated badly, may not sound encouraging to fans, but a careful survey of other pulp fiction should leave room for optimism. Science-Fiction appeals mainly to intelligent and active imagination, plus an interest in colorful adventure. So far as I know, no science-fiction yarn I've used…

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Horizons, v. 2, issue 2, whole no. 6, December 1940

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H O R I Z O N HAVE YOU HEARD OBOLER LATELY? if there are any fantasy plays between now and then. ........ WAGNER AND FANDOM Here are two quotations from the Nibelung Ring, the series of four music dramas with words and music by R. Wagner. They apply more or less to fandom; you are supposed to approach them in much the same spirit as you…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION: #3 Dec 37 Francis Flagg Weaver Wright THE HAZY HORD [Drawing: Soldiers advancing with bayonets forward. Drawing is entirely dashed lines.] INSTALMENT 2. Mist-Men Menace America!. "INVINCIBLE ARMY" appears uncannyly on the outskirts of Tucson/Arizona; town terrorized as supernatural soldiers, acting like automatons &,…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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10 ONWARD ESPERANTO! By Erdstelulov. Scienca Gazeto, th prominent printd, intrnationly circulated Espub (Esperanto publication) for students & savants (now in its 6th yr) makes note of IMAGINATION! in its 35th no., characterizing her as "Anglic"--this is not Ackermanese for 'angelic'! incidently, but rathr signifys…

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Fanfare, v. 1, issue 4, October 1940

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16 FANFARE UNITE OR FIE! officers selected by progressive balloting, unless certain candidates receive a clear majority on the first ballot. There should be a president, a vice-president -- to be more of an active assistant than the usual v.p. -- a secretary-treasurer, and…

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Sunspots, v. 6, issue 6, whole no. 26, Fall 1945

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Fall, 1945 SUN SPOTS Page 25 MALCOLM JAMESON -- A TRIBUTE By Manly Wade Wellman Malcolm Jameson, voyager, naval officer, cosmopolite, masterly writer of scientific fact and fiction, and a very gallant gentleman, died in April of an agonizing throat ailment which he endured to the end with a grace and courage that may well have been the greatest…

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Sun Spots, v. 2, issue 2, May 24, 1940

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_____________________________ May 24 1940 SUN SPOTS Page 3 _____________________________ ***************************************** SUN SPOTS SUN SPOTS is published by the SOLAROID CLUB of Westwood N.J., tri-weekly. Any letters, articales for criticism o f the paper are welcome and will printed if possible. SUN SPOTS prints all…

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Utopia Inc. Presents, circa 1940

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The Voice is the Forum of Fandom. The 'uniq' all-letter (!) mag that grew from a popular dept in a famous forebear (IMAGINATION!) to a full-fledged publication. Publisht since 1937, its career has included correspondence pro & con on Michelism, Esperanto, Technocracy, the Exclusion, the War, & many more subjects of lively…

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Venus, v. 1, issue 1, June 1944

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-29- couldn't back out. I got Jike to show me how to operate the mimeograph and one night put a stencil on the thing and bravely started. Only Jike had forgotten to show me how to put the paper in. After so much mental gymnastics, I figured it out, then inked the roller. After I had the sand-clapper pulled off the danglin' wheel, and was…

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Chaos, v. 1, issue 4, April 1945

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Quite a Ways Down NIGHT COMES LIKE THE CLOSING OF TIRED EYES, YOU KNOW : THE pretty bubble bursts and all that. Or you hand downwards and look at nothing, nothing at all. Which implies, at least, nausea. The human stomach is a sensitive thing. Brought into junction with the juices of dissolution the gastric juices do a quick about face. One would…

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Plenum, issue 2, July 1946

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PLENUM Page seven null-A". The training and the tests which are part of the story is this very nonaristotelian training. I will save for a later article or articles a description of the null-A system. For the present, a few remarks on the book, S&S, itself: It's quite a big book. The introduction to the second edition is about…

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Futuria Fantasia, Winter 1940

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13 THE BEST WAYS TO GET AROUND I don't mean socially; I mean off the Earth and between the planets. There are a few really good ways, as invented by perspiring authors in science-fiction magazines. And if I miss any, which is extremely doubtful, remember that I'm writing from memory, that I haven't read all the scientifiction…

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Timebinder, v. 1, Issue 1, 1944

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No, I lead quite a full life, But my inner world of peace and beauty is my own -- yet fully, unhesitatingly, and gladly shared with anyone else who believes as I do, and who works within himself as I do work within myself, to find a happiness and a care-free world to our liking. At first it was not an easy thing to do. Many the time I almost gave…

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Queens SFL Bulletin, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 4, June 4, 1941

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RRAFFLE PRIZES ASTOUNDING:1940-May,Nov;1939-Jan, 1938-May,Jun;WONDER STORIES QUAR: 1933-Winter, WONDER STORIES: 1932-May,AMAZINF STORIES:1929-Jan,1932-Sept. SCIENCE & INVENTION:1928-Oct ("End of the World");1925-Nov,("Tarrano the Conqueror").Part5. 1925-Dec, Part 1 of ("Tarrano the Conqueror"). …

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Wavelength, v. 1, issue 4, January-March 1942

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editor like myself to receive such gratifying comment. All I can say is, "More!"- EDITOR) THE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR The difficulty of the "Art of putting things" is often illustrated with curious results by inexperienced writers of advertisments for newspapers. The friends of a one-legged man of intemperate habits, desiring…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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IMAGINATION! #12 38 Sep MATHEMATIC MENACE "Oz" Bradbury Dear Stew-dense of Science: So many special deliverys, telegrams & telefone calls have come for my bother (er, brother) since the publication of his lecture Mathematic Minus in the July "Madge" that I, envious of my pseudonym's success, have written this 2nd…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! #9 38 JUNE 5 Forrest J Ackerman's FANTASCIENCE FILMART Synopsis of serial "Flash Gordon's Trip to Mars" Chapt 6: "Reemen of Mars". Dr Zarkov revives in time to save th paralyzd Flash from being run down by th onrushing boar. Later, in th Claypeopl's land, Flash proves he's on th Clayking's…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, November 28, 1904 - August 28, 1905

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Mazuz and Mazette, 2 shows, 16 min. full stage -- Man and woman in a comedy acrobatic specialty, the man making up as a tramp, the woman first as a brakeman, and later in feminine garb. The act has improved materially since it was last seen here, two years ago, and was laughed at and applauded all through this afternoon. Al Lawrence, 2 shows, 18…

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Spacewarp, v. 3, issue 4, July 1948

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"Aw, nuts," said Botts gruffly. "I remember how I felt about my own first story. You sit down and have a beer while I fix things." I watched him step thru the Temporal Disc, then fished myself a plastican of suds from the coolex and sipped thoughtfully as I waited for his return. Eventually he reappeared, a triumphant smile on…

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Civil War Diaries and Letters

Anson R. Butler letters, 1861-1900

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yesterday in the afternoon we were towed up stream above all the steamboats and landed at the levee in the upper part of the City. We are lying at the foot of a very fine street and on every account the best landing place we could have had. Had a large water melon for dinner today and fresh stewed peaches, cucumbers & vinegar, tomatoes, and…

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Managers' report book December 5, 1921-April 9, 1923

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PHILADELPHIA B. F. KEITH'S JAN. 30th FABLES & TOPICS -(13 mins.) Both very good. KLUTING'S ENTERTAINERS - (12 mins.) A very pretty animal act that gave a very nice opener. Went well. FRANK BROWNE - (10 mins.) One of the best xylophone acts that we have ever had and a very big hit. Took several bows. "DUMMIES" - (25…

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Managers' report book, October 25, 1909 - May 3, 1910

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KEITH'S HIPPODROME. Cleveland, Ohio. Nov 15th 1909 Ned Hastings. PRINCESS SUCENNE. In 3 garden. Time 8. Midget who sings and does a few simple tricks on the tight wire. She wins a little applause rather because of her tininess than the excellence of her work. The act might get by as an opener for small time. PHIL STAATS. In 1. Time 16. A 300…

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Mutant, v. 2, issue 2, May 1948

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PATRON OF THE ARTS by C. STEWART METCHETTE I visited the art gallery but a few minutes before closing time. The upper galleries appeared deserted at first sweep of my eyes, but when I looked a second time I beheld a cowled figure sillouetted against an oak doorway. He entered as though blown through on a gust of wind. He was, on closer scrutiny,…

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Timebinder, v. 1, Issue 1, 1944

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vidual, if he worked hard enough, and planned carefully enough, and prayed earnestly enough, to build a Utopian world WITHIN HIS OWN LIFE! True, he would not be able to change, in any appreciable extent, his external environment, unless he were one of the world's great leaders, which I know that I certainly was not. But I know from my…

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Pegasus, v. 2, issue 1, Summer 1943

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Pegasus Perhaps the best example is the frontispiece of the volume, in which shapes float in space, trailing swirl upon swirl of translucent draperies in a progression almost mystical in import. Vassos employs such formless swirls many times throughout the book (there is an illustration to about every two pages of text), masterfully and with…

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Voice of the Imaination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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Ronald Clyne announces the wallace smith art portfolio In September 1922, Ben Hecht's FANTAZIUS MALLARE was published in a limited edition of only 2000 copies, featuring the truly magnificent series of pen and ink drawings by Wallace Smith. This volume is now virtually unknown and unattainable; I personally said $ 15.00 for the rather…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, January-December 1941

1941-03-01: Front

Tues nite 10:15 PM 4 MAR about March 1, 1941 Dear Family: Once again it has been way too long since I have written, but will take 15 minutes off now and bang off hastily something or other. Everything is going along about as usual--very busy most of the time but enjoying considerably more than during the first semester. There still and will…

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Fantasy Magazine, v. 4, issue 4, whole no. 28, February-March 1935

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100 FANTASY SPACESHIPS OF FICTION by EDWARD F. GERVAIS 4. Miscellaneous Space Flyers Several of the more important types of space ships have been discussed, but there are several hybrids and oddities which are hard to place in any one group. The authors seem to get more careless as time goes on in mentioning anything about the spaceships he…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 2, October 1933

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THE FANTASY FAN The Fans' Own Magazine Published Monthly Editor: Charles D. Hornig (Managing Editor: Wonder Stories) 10 cents a copy $1.00 per year 137 West Grand Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey Volume I October, 1933 Number 2 EDITORIAL You will note several improvements in this issue of THE FANTASY FAN over the first number. The…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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ronald clyne announces the wallace smith art portfolio - In September 1922, Ben Hecht's FANTAZIUS MALLARE was published in a limited edition of only 2000 copies,featuring the truly magnificent series of pen and ink drawings by Wallace Smith. This volume is now virtually unknown and unobtainable; I personally paid $ 15.00 for the rather…

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Walt's Wramblings, issue 4, circa 1943

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BOOKS & STUFF First - a preview of the new books that will be published in the n next three or four month; fantasy of chorus: I WOULDN'T BE IN YOUR SHOES - Five novelettes of horror and mystery. By William Irish Publisher - Lippincott Price $2.00 THORNE SMITH THREE BAGGER - Three of his best stories, in one volume including…

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En Garde, whole no. 17, April 1946

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page 22. other evening---OLIVER KING SMITH! In person! Even after he had insisted on passing around his driver's license to allay any doubts as to his identity, there was considerable speculation over whether Smith or Tucker was a figment of the other's imagination. Such was the intolerable situation that Smith encountered, all…

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Acolyte, v. 2, issue 2, whole no. 6, Spring 1944

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ronald clyne announces the wallace smith art portfolio - In September 1922, Ben Hecht's FANTAZIUS MALLARE was published in a limited edition of only 2000 copies, featuring the truly magnificent series of pen and ink drawings by Wallace Smith. This volume is now virtually unknown and unobtainable; I personally paid $ 15.00 for the rather…

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Tale of the 'Evans, v. 4, issue 2, Spring 1946

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PHANTEUR . . I still get the biggest bang out of the explanations of the covers. . . Brazier's story of The Frontier Society makes me hope it is revived. It has a real place in Fandom, I believe. . . DBT is proving himself a real poet recently. My humble thanks for your words of praise. BT HIS MAN NO PARKING . . So solly, but no can read…

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Fantasy Aspects, issue 2, November 1947

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fairly fresh, however. (See The Adaptive Ultimate, by Stanley Weinbaum under the pseud. of J. Jessel.) The plot path, though old, is still one of the best for suspense; that is starting with an unimportant, trivial, incident that grows, grows inexorably until it ultimately destroys the world. Moore's handling of an atmosphere of sinisterness…

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Dream Quest, v. 1, issue 1, July 1947

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DREAM QUEST 23 ploded on the earth's surface have started a radioactive chain in our atmosphere. Within three hundred years the temperature of the air will climb to above the boiling point of water, the oceans will evaporate, and the earth, like Venus, will be eternally surrounded by a cloud envelope. All life on the surface will cease.…

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Comet, v. 1, issue 2, March-April 1941

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Page 22 THE COMET ANYBODY GOT A ROPE -- QUICK? by Bob Tucker Not a real, genuine strand of Manila hemp of course; altho one [[underline]]would[[end underline]] come in very handy to stretch the neck of a few prize characters I know of...No, the rope I want is a figurative one that will tie together these convention names and…

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Reader and Collector, v. 3, issue 6, January 1946

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27. Since the mythology of the pre-adamic races is one of the basic points of Lovecraft's mythology which has been adopted by the American group, this comparison shows how Theosophic doctrine can become an unsuspected source in the hands of authors themselves. The Secret Doctrine contains much subject matter that has been used in fantastic…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! #2 Nov 37 11 "TIME GOES MARSIAN ON!" [title underlined] Fantascience Filmart by [signed] Forrest J Ackerman Peculiar pamf pub't in '26 just othr day aftr decade found its way into my fingrs. It forecast series intrplanetales to be scientifilmd. Authr Chas Williams' convictions concernng Planet 4…

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Fantods, whole no. 9, Winter 1945

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EFTY-NINE page 9 "Something over half a dozen adventurers have managed to get up to a height of a little over ten miles with ensuing death to three of them, and if stunt flights to one-twenty thousandth the distance of the moon have produced such meager results, it does not look well for future travel to the probably almost airless…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, April 30, 1906 - February 4, 1907, part 1

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144 Report on show, Keith's theatre, Providence, R. I., Week of October 29, 1906. (Chas. Lovenberg, Manager.) The bill this week is far from satisfactory. There is very little on the bill that is both new and good, two elements that are needed sadly here. The show contains a number of conflicting acts and some very mediocre ones in one, which…

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Fanfare, v. 1, issue 5, December 1940

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18 FANFARE IN TRIBUTE by Jack Chapman Miske Trying to fill a request and do an article for Fanfare, I'm having a tough time of it. I think of endless subjects, but they involve criticising people or things, and I'm tired of the battle eternal--for a while. When things become dull I shall take up arms again undoubtedly. However, I…

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Tale of the 'Evans, Fall 1944

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page 10 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ new the fine frendship started several years ago. The boy really has ground mature and mandly, and his conversations and discussions logical and solid, as his articles in Inspiration show. A fine mag from a fine guy. BLACK AND WHITE: More pro and con on an…

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Fan Slants, v. 1, issue 1, September 1943

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6.......................................................................FAN SLATS It has come to my attention that many fans are of the opinion that an s_f society which has been in existence for a comparitively long span of time must necessarily devolve into a social group. They maintain that an organization of the possibilities which science and…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, April 30, 1906 - February 4, 1907, part 1

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184. Report on show, Keith's Theatre, Providence, R. I., Week of December 3, 1906. (Chas. Lovenberg, Mgr.) The show is thoroughly satisfactory, every act except one made good for all that was expected of it. The only trouble is there is a little too much good material for one bill; some of them go on so early as to be wasted. Scott &…

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Nucleus, v. 3, issue 1, Septermber 1941

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THAT SINGULAR ANOMALY - THE FEMALE FAN A well-known fan made an exceedingly foolish statement some time ago. No woman could ever be a true fan said this sage, who apparently believes that he is thoroly acquainted with womankind. However, we shall deal with him accordingly. In the first place, his statement that no girl can be a fan is refuted…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, 1935-1938

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2 Sometimes I wonder if continued routine and industry don't obscure any possibility of ingenuity and active imagination. Certainly there must be a happy medium between the two, but sometimes I doubt if I am on that middle course. Time given in serious thought and evaluation of the above certainly is worth the while don't you think. There…

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Civil War Diaries and Letters

Tillie Wise diary, 1863-1875

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"The most precious, & entertaining inmates of the soul, are memory & imagination." "Half the work we have to do is to hear one another's burdens." "It is not time, nor place, nor circumstances that makes our christianity,"

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Fantasy News, v. 1, issue 6, July 31, 1938

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PAGE (2) (ITS A COSMIC PUBLICATION) FANTASY NEWS FANTASY NEWS Vol, I-No. 6 July 31, 1938 FN FANTASY NEWS is a COSMIC PUBLICATION, published weekly by James V. Taurasi, 137-07 32nd Avenue, Flushing, New York. 3 issues for 10c, no subscription over 20c accepted. ADs traded with other fan publications, Their Ads to appear in issues of SPACE LINES…

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Comet, v. 1, issue 1, January-February 1940

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THE FAN PUBS LE ZOMBIE: Price 3 for 10c; Issued- biweeky; Address- Box 260 Bloomington, Illinois; Le Zombie is the best small publication there is to be had. It contains humor, and how! Some of the many features are: Personels, The Amature Press, the Meem Pictures, Peer Pong's Almanae, and many interesting departments, things taken from your…

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Fantasy Magazine, v. 4, issue 4, whole no. 28, February-March 1935

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94 FANTASY WHY I USE A PEN NAME by FEANCIS FLAGG I've been asked many times why I use a pen name in writing scientifiction and weird tales, and it seems, so I've been told, that the readers are interested in getting the low-down on such matters regarding their favorite authors, good, bad, and indifferent. Francis Flagg is, I think,…

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Dream Quest, v. 1, issue 1, July 1947

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DREAM QUEST 50 You're only a figment of Shaver's disordered imagination, a story character, not something real. There is no dero," he stammers, as he grabs for the gun... ################# MORNING is here. Palmer's secretary comes into the office and exclaims in disgust when she notices the messy heap of vile-smelling…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, March 9-December 14, 1908

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REPORT ON PROVIDENCE SHOW, WEEK OF OCTOBER 5th, 1908. Charles Lovenberg, Manager. The show is rather good, though not a brilliant one, playing very quietly and somewhat shy in comedy. Lillian Maynard Singing comedienne. Just good enough to get by in the 3-a-day section if played early. 8 minutes in One, 3 shows. The Lavelles "Knick-knack…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 2, January-February 1939

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FANTASCIENCE DIGEST Page 16 The boy shook his head, showing dogged disbelief. "I've heard braces screech before. You know it wasn't that, Jac. It was -- horrible!" He shuddered. "I was down in the firing room, fixing a valve. You know how hot it gets to be down there, but it began to get [[underline]]cold[[end…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! #9 38 June 7 WHO IS WARNER VAN LORNE? By Braxton Wells Out of a fog of uncertinty, conflicting rumors & strange misty statements looms the curious snigma known as Warner van Lorne. Queer tales told over aftermeeting cups or whisperd in fan club-rms: Is Warner Van Lorne really Donald A. Wollheim? There materializes a scene from…

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Pacificonews from Shangri-La, 1942

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BADGES FOR EVERYONE In New York in '39, Chicago in '40, and Denver in '41 the poor Stfans only knew each other by personal acquaintanceship or that vague, wacky look exhibited on the delegates faces. Some pitiful cases may never have recognized anyone in the imagination except in the convention hall. The PACIFICON committee is…

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The Thing, whole no. 2, Summer 1946

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reviews... ...burton (In Yerke's DAMN THING, 1941, F. Katel wroge: "In the last FAPA mailing,a huge percentage..of the aggregate mailing consisted of review of the mags appearing in the previous mailing. My God, if this goes on, it won't be long before the entire FAPA mailing will consist of review upon review of the reviews of the…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick's correspondence with his family, January-June 1939

1939-01-16: Page 11

There you have rather roughly and incoherently expressed some of the thoughts that have come to me in the last month or so. As you can see I am more and more becoming set against obscuring initiative, imagination and ideas by too much detail, mediocre conservatism and directed study. All this is not a camouflage for laziness or an apology for…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, February 27-December 11, 1911

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O B.F. KEITH'S HIPPODROME. March 13th 1911--Cleveland, Ohio--------- H. A. Daniels. GREAT RICHARDS. In 2 spec plush. Time 10. Female impersonator. Good dancer. fair singer. Closes with an attractive serpentine dance, recalling Papinta's style. Good light effects. Closed to good hand. HUGH McCORMACK & GRACE WALLACE In 2 special drop.…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION! #4 38 Jan 15 befor a largr one in the rear (?) prey to chaotic fears, dreading I scarcely knew what, I obeyd the gestured ordrs of my captors & enterd this bldg, they themselvs remaining outside. "The rm into which I stept was lited brilliantly. 4 immense glass globes stood nr its centr, shimmering like crystl.…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, January-May 1942

1942-05-27: Page 01

Wednesday May 27, 1942 Dear Gus, Just time for a brief note before "lights out." First let me tell you how much I enjoy your long letters. Knowing how busy you are I cherish them doubly. Wish we could take a weekend trip together - even get stuck in the mud somewhere - and talk long and interestingly about this flying game. I shall…

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Ember, issue 28, January 13, 1947

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Norman Stanley writes Ember a six page letter, much of it consisting of mathematical formulae, which will have to be spread out over several issues. But let's start: "Dr. Richardson's notes on R.W.Wood were most interesting to me, particularly his mention of the story,"The Man Who Rocked the Earth", which Wood wrote in…

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Amateur Correspondent, v. 2, issue 2, September-October 1937

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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER, 1937 3 Then too, Mr. Hatch, who contributes the verse, has high ambitions as a writer of poetry. We printed "The Rood and the Vampire" because we felt that in it was displayed excellent imagination and a surprisingly smooth style. If you agree, a word from you would be highly appreciated by Mr. Hatch; and if…

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Fantasite, v. 2, issue 5, whole 11, May-June 1943

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THE FANTASITE...5 GOSTACUS: DOSCII: DESTIMABAT ROSS ROCKLYNNE HIDDEN BEHIND the smoothly printed pages of the stf magazines which glut the newsstands, deep beneath the editorials, beneath the stories, beneath the illustrations, beneath the readers' letters, lies a vast tangle of effort and sheer bungling stupidity and heartache and…

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Spacewarp, v. 4, issue 2, November 1948

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of some well organized minority is drying up their story material. They cannot film sex, race, or political problems with any degree of honesty. The impact on Hollywood is terrific. As the profits dwindle the actors, producers and production men scurry around like ants in a stepped-on ant hill. People get fired over night, contracts change hands,…

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Science Fiction Collector, v. 3, issue 5, September-October 1937

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[handwritten] Page 8 Science Fiction Collector The Thing in the Picture by Niles Frome [illustration of a man's profile] [typewritten] I noted that when Arthur showed me his paintings and drawings, which were scattered all over the big house, he neglected to show me one dark corner --- where I'm sure I could dimly make out a curtain,…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 2, April 1939

IN-VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION: [[underline]]Ellay Esseffell Pubs[[end underline]]. Apr 39 To: U Everyotown Manyaland 1 copy VOM 10c We recently rcvd a letr from "Doc" Lowndes--rathr, co-ed Morojo did--in which he askt "Did U kno that it is th 2nd wk in April? & that th 2nd iss. of 'Voic of th Imaginatn' has not…

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Banshee, whole no. 7, March 1945

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not only completely inadequate to the subject matter (a country fishing scene) but could have been eclipsed by any graduate student of an advanced art school. Bok's mediocrity in the field of living art is a tragic commentary upon any further progress he might strive to make In my judgement he is bound about by iron walls of his own casting…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! #9 38 June 11 DOC ACULA'S ETHER EERIES Here I am again, folks, programs. This dept will definitely prove to you that the best in revues is not found in Forry (the foo) J. (hmm!) Ackerpuss'es Fantascience Filmart. Quite a while ago a program called the "Black Bat" was running, & it was quite weird. It told…

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Dawn, issue 11, combined with The Imaginative Collector, issue 1, November 1950

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(16) DEAR DAWNERS, This time I'll try deviding the issue into subjects. Subject: Civilization and the Bomb Letter; Ray Nelson Ray questions Bob Pavlat's definition of civilization. That is a good point. If this discussion continues I think we should give our definitions in our letters. Ray thinks Pavlat's civilization is USA 1950.…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Belle Robinson diary, 1875-1877

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fail. I want to live more for others, to make my life a noble one if it is a humble one, to have influence & use it only for good, & in the very face of these determinations & longings & I am selfish, vain & weak. Oh, if others who are my friends now should know my comments thoughts or the motive that prompts many an action how…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 12, August 1934

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Second: How would like you an index of the first volume of THE FANTASY FAN? We could supply you with a printed pamphlet for 25 cents, with a double index, alphabetically, according to titles and authors so that any item published during out first year could be easily found. If we receive enough requests for this pamphlet, it will be prepared. Let…

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Vampire, whole no. 7, September 1946

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majestic gold-inlaid mantle clock. "Never again!" said Professor Ponghoff firmly, pushing the bottle away. Soon afterward, the professor and his assistant Donald Ghulheim isolated and trapped a real vombis. Before their startled eyes, the nasty creature became a golf ball, a tennis shoe, a badminton net, and a baseball glove.…

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Polaris, v. 1, issue 1, December 1939

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[in two columns:] THE DAY THE BOOKIES WEPT, A Fantastic Ad-venture Story by SSSSJ One day "In the Seald Cave" (a brand-new $2 scientifantasy with 5 illustrations & complete with cover jacket, $1) "Ralph 124C41+" (the Gernsbacklassic, 75c) found "The Strange Papers of Dr Blayre" (British thriller -- 50c).…

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Tale of the 'Evans, v. 4, issue 1, January, 1946

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MAILING MUSINGS FAN-TODS . . Channing's defense of George O. Smith was not really needed -- the Venus Equilateral stories are all X by this interested reader....Math was 'way over my head, naturally. I'm a strictly 2 plus 2 guy....Yesterday's 10,000 Years continues to be Famdon's most interesting column....Revista very…

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William Legg Henderson journal #12, January 10-30, 1866

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14 Illinois Central R.R. Jan 21st / 66 Sunday I went with Chaplin Humphrey to an exhibition, a Panoramic representation of Miltons Paradise Lost, & the fall of man &c, a very good Artistic display but infinitely short of imagination representation of Milton. A Train was made up to day but we did not get off untill 3 oclock as on Indiana…

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Centauri, issue 4, Summer 1945

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POST-WAR TELEVISION AND SCIENCE FICTION by Pvt. Wilkie Conner, USMCP We devotees and writers of science-fiction have, for years dreamed of the oft-thought impossible that later proved reality. One of the best known of these dreams to suddenly become real is television. Prior to December 7, 1941, the radio industry was preparing this modern miracle…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION! #11 38 Aug 5 IF I HAD $100,000: Louis Kuslan . Many times I have wondered what I should do If I had such a fortune & the liberty to spend it any way I saw fit. After much profound cogitation & mental calisthenics I have decided to publish & edit a science fiction magazine which would be for real fans only &…

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Wavelength, v. 1, issue 2, Summer 1941

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10 Science Fiction Conscience WAVELENGTH //////////////////// Science Fiction, 1941 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : by Raymond Van Houten ----:-----:----- The past of science fiction is not something to which we fans may point with justifiable pride. Its present is a sad travesty, a melange of contradictions, a blur of chaotic, incomprehensible…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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8 "A Charming Interview" with <signed> Robert Block (by ROBERT BLOCH) When I recvd a copy of IMAGINATION! thru the mails I opend it with avid interest. After considerable & costly correspondence I located a lunatic afflicted with a knowledge of Ackermanese, & Exasperanto, & had the accurst thing translated into…

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Dream Quest, v. 1, issue 1, July 1947

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DREAM QUEST 35 FFM still continues worthy of its place as the best-illustrated fantastic prozine. Finlay does the cover, which, though not equal to his masterpiece for THE STAR ROVER, is still truly great. Finlay's modern covers are considerably better than those of the old days. This one must be seen to be appreciated. Lawrence has all the…

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Reader and Collector, v. 3, issue 3, June 1944

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9 THE POETRY OF WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON by E. A. Edkins Premier writer of the National Amateur Press Association. Has contributed essays, reviews and poetry to various journals since 1883. Editor and published of the incomparable Causerie and co-editor with Tim Thrift of the best of the amateur magazines, The Aonien. William Hope Hodgson lacks the…

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Burlington Commission on Human Rights, 1964-1965

Iowa Law Review, "State Civil Rights Statute: Some Proposals" Page 1116

1116 IOWA LAW REVIEW [Vol. 49 nesses are sworn, both sides present evidence, objections and motions are made, and the commission makes findings of fact and issues an order. Strict rules of evidence normally do not apply in such administrative hearings, and most antidiscrimination statutes expressly so provide. If the commission finds by…

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Banshee, whole no. 4, March 1944

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* * * Banshee SAYINGS OF THE SPENCE Quartlerly Quibblings by Pfc. Paul Spenceer Perusing #3 Banshee, I became painfully aware that the current Saying commenced in almost exactly the same fashion as its immediate predecessor. This repetition derives, I think, from the fact that I wrote the Winter installment several months after the Summer one,…

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Nile Kinnick diary of service in the U.S. Naval Reserve Air Corps, December 3, 1941-February 25, 1942

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stand against the Sioux Indians. It was quite good, and I enjoyed it very much. I always wonder, though, just how historically accurate such shows really are. How times and personal convictions change! I can remember writing in a college theme that I was tired of hearing of a nations manifest destiny and the often inevitability of war, and that I…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION! #7 38 Apr 9 "THE LIVING LIE," A Play Review in English. [Signed Forrest J. Ackerman] The title aptly expresses the writer's attitude in regard to his preparing this article in the accepted spelling, punctuation and paragraphing of the present time. As you see, he is quite backward about it. You will have to hold…

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Variant, v. 1, issue 3, September 1947

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has been reduced by sale. Some are too short and some too long, and some are dated. I have an idea that eventually several will be published. 9. THE NOVEL: For years I wrote these mainly for my own pleasure. At least I never tried to sell any, but they had interesting titles, Wanderers in Spain, The Gentle Pirate, The Adorable Fool, The Lady…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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8 FLITE FROM FANTASY Allen Glasser[[?]] In the jargon of psychiatrists the word "fantasy" denotes an escape from reality. I don't know what they would call an escape from fantasy--but I do know that such escape is impossible. Some 4 years ago after having been a fairly regular follower of the various fantasy magazines my interest…

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Pluto, v. 1, issue 4, September 1940

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26 WHO SAID THAT? PLUTO ened here. I'm not sure just what his reactions were this time on seeing it happen. Most enjoyable thing in the issue were the letters, outside of the reproduction and different color inks. Also Ackerman & Reinsberg, Sienkiwicz, the prize contest, and many other things pleased. Another…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, September 9, 1912-February 24, 1913

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B. F. KEITH'S HIPPODROME Week of Feb. 10th, 1913 Cleveland, Ohio THE FLYING MARTINS - - 5 minutes, special black drop in three. One of the best opening acts we have had and the same hit as on previous appearances. (St. Louis) LYDELL & BUTTERWORTH - - "The Light Brown Girl and the Funny Dancer". 15 minutes in one. A very good act.…

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Comet, v. 1, issue 3, May-June 1940

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THE COMET PAGE 9 --HORROR'S CELLAR-- Once I slammed on my emergency brake at what I took for a body lying in the road a few feet ahead--and then cursed myself for my foolishness when I saw it was only an old tree trunk, evidently recently fallen. But lying there by the side of the little pathway it had given me a jolt; after that, my…

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Banshee, whole no. 3, December 1943

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True, his name is held in veneration by the Old Guard, but compare his fame with that of the less original H.P Lovecraft! And Nessra. Derleth and Wandrei have to my knowledge given no indication of any plan to issue Howard's works in book form -- they, of course, being the logical people to do it. I frankly confess complete inability to…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION! #7 38 [1938] Apr [April] 13 FORMULA FOR SUCCESSFOOL STF STORY By Ray Bradbury Ingredients: 1 scientist well frayd, grayd & bent About 60 years old, has invented some supercolossal machine that can warp time or destroy matter--take your choice. Then add a gob of mathematical equations & problems, 100 large words such as…

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En Garde, whole no. 17, April 1946

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page 10. But I have pretty definite proof that Merritt not only did it again and again, but, as we all know, he did it so well that he is still the acknowledged master of fantasy. The proof that I refer to has to do with the story CREEP, SHADOW, and its predecessor, BURN, WITCH, BURN. Most readers will recall that these stories have their roots…

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Paradox, v. 1, issue 1, Summer 1942

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Some Thoughts on Time Travel BY RAYMOND WASHINGTON, JR. [Head of a male comic character with a ?] Undoubtedly, time travel is one of the most confounding subjects a fan has ever been forced to swal-low. The mind rebels at the thought. It simply isn't logical. So it seems. I have been thinking of one favorite theory recently--that the only…

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Chanticleer, v. 1, issue 3, December 1945

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-o- TITLING -o- Finding a suitable nomenclature for your book will be quite a problem. The title of your novel should be short, snappy, astutely eye-catching; a combination of words that will stick in the memory of the public. Getting back to "East Lynne" and it's sister novels, we discover that all the directions except North have…

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Agenbite of Inwit, whole no. 4, Spring 1944

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AGENBITE OF INWIT - Spring, 1944 * Published quarterly (as a rule) by Robert W. Lowndes, 306 West 11th Street, New York 11, New York, for the Fantasy Amateur Press Association. This is issue number 4, one issue (Winter 1943-1944) having been skipped, due to lack of time for the making. Unless otherwise stated, all material herein is…

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Spacewarp, v. 5, issue 5, whole no. 27, June 1949

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Timber! (Benignly Blended But Blithe Babblings) GAW, it just dawned upon our exam-numbed brain that we've been -- for all practical purposes -- putting this thing out on a bi-weekly basis for the past six issues. Not to mention such incidental chores as FAPA and SAPSzines (the former of which lies neatly stapled and all ready for mailing on…

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Managers' report book, November 13, 1916-January 21, 1918

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REPORT ON KEITH'S PROVIDENCE SHOW FOR WEEK OF April 2, 1917. The bill this week played exceptionally well. Every act got over, some of them particularly well. In spite of Holy Week, with a bill of this calibre we should do at least a fair weeks business. Gere & Delaney Skating act. Very attractive scenery and nice costumes with a couple…

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Fan Slants, v. 1, issue 1, September 1943

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28 FAN SLANTS THE DAMN GUY by Randolph Tillywish Fandom numbers many remarkable persons among its oddly assorted ranks, but by far the most remarkable is Theodor Bruce A. Yerke, linguist, cynic, humorist, and columnist extraordinary. He has, upon occasion, been frequently mentioned in the fan world, but we doubt if a reasonably comprehensive…

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Fanfare, v. 1, issue 5, December 1940

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STRANGE INTERLUDES FAIRY TALE by 4SJ Ackerman Hiya, guys! That's quite a neat offering U got there now in FAIRY, what with the even edges, xlnt typing, legible hectoing, & lineup of material. Was considerable surprised at the mild-mannerd Tesasingleton's attack on Stardust, which I prefer not to rate; but his compilation of…

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Nile Kinnick diary of service in the U.S. Naval Reserve Air Corps, February 26, 1942-September 1, 1942

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found it extremely interesting, as I always do anything that concerns Britain's sturdy Prime Minister. He is the man in history who has completely caught my fancy and imagination. I read his every speech and writing with absorbing interest. He is a man of thought, of action, of resolution, and the man of the hour in the world's…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

To Ellen Mowrer Miller from friends, Boone County, Iowa, 1868-1887

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Feb 16 1869 Tuesay Evening My Dear Friend Ellie: As the shade of night gathers around and the labors of the day are completed, the hours for contemplation steals on and my thoughts take flight on the [illegible] of imagination, and in fancy eye methinks I see you convened around the old hearth stone enjoying the conversation of loving parents and…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 2, October 1933

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October, 1933 THE FANTASY FAN 31 Editorial (continued from page 14) The feature of next month's issue will be "The Other Gods," by H.P. Lovecraft--a picturesque and weird story well up to the standard of Lovecraft's best, and far surpassing the general run of weird tale. We are extremely fortunate in being able to…

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Le Zombie, v. 5, issue 4, whole no. 51, January 1943

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16 WEATHER DEPT D.B. Thompson's "AS THE WIND LISTETH...." There is no truth to the rumor that 4sJ's pun-gent "humor" was lost when the number one fan Face accepted Uncle's invitation to don the latest model in what the wear-dressed young man shall wear. See Ack-Acks column in The Bulletin, Camp Publication. (As…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, March-October 1943

1943-03-19: Page 05

Although the future seems quite uncertain I like to speculate on what I want to do after the war. If we can end it before too long I would like to go to school one more year, taking corporation law, municipal law, international law, constitutional law, and a couple of good stiff courses in money and finance, and taxation. After that I don't…

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En Garde, whole no. 7, September 1943

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page 9 THE CEREAL UNIVERSE By Wata Vi Dunne No doubt you've heard by this time about how Slan Shack became a reality, and about how Walt Liebscher moved to Battle Creek to become one of the charter tenants. You may even have heard the rumor about how the well-know sirens of Joliet howled all night after Walt's abrupt departure, and how…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, January-May 1942

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Sat. night Feb. 14, 1942. Dear grandma, It is now 8:20 PM, and I have come in from watch duty. As you probably know, a watch in the Navy is the same as guard or sentry duty. We students at this base have to stand our turn right along with the enlisted personnel. It seems to work out that each man gets a watch about three times a week. It won't…

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Nile Kinnick diary of service in the U.S. Naval Reserve Air Corps, January 1, 1943-June 1, 1943

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to the intelligence and imagination of your listeners. If the gov't shouldn't enter into the production of goods, how about entering into the distribution "slave to precedent" "polar words" Conforming or reconciling everyday action & thought to the demands of religious teaching is a potent stimulus to the active…

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Le Zombie, v. 4, issue 8, whole no. 43, October 1941

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DEPT’S OF THE INTERIOR by the sec’y GNASHING OF TEETH DEPT: We’re begin ng to get awful mad at Mr Unger of Brooklyn. Mr Unger you know published a news paper (so the advertisements say); we wouldn’t know hoever, seeing so few of them. After Unger went to the Devention we didn’t receive his fansheet for six consecutives issues -- and after we…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 3, issue 1, whole no. 12, January-February 1940

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FANTASCIENCE DIGEST Page 13 class. Thirdly, the author may have a unique style of writing, or an exquisite command of prose, that made anything he wrote enjoyable, if only for the composition. That would be another factor that would tend to elevate him to a position of prominence. David H. Keller, M.D., is a good example of…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 3, March-April 1939

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Page 16 FANTASCIENCE DIGEST eery story which meandered along and never told the reader ANYTHING. "Sinister Barrier" approached it, but Russell gave the secret of the strange happenings away too soon. Hall's "The Infinite Vision" was a masterpiece. (Editorial note: we believe Mr. Fischer has his titles confused.…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, March 3-November 3, 1913

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REPORT ON COLUMBUS SHOW WEEK OCT. 27, 1913..W.W. PROSSER. McRae & Clegg: Man and woman, straight and comedy wheel offering. Miss Clegg is an exceptionally pretty girl who is an excellent rider and makes a fine appearance. Comedian introduces a lot of very clever comedy. This act is about the best of its kind I have ever seen. Punctured by…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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IMAGINATION! #6 38 Mar 3 FANTASCIENCE F-L-A-S-H-E-S ! Arthur J. Burks, who has had several novels publish in bk form under the byline Burke MacArthur & is now submitting pseudonymanuscripts to Ast, has written "Etheria". Ed Earl's Repp-utation may be enhanced by "Taan of the Crimson Crystal, Empire of Terror & The…

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Fantasy Aspects, issue 1, May 1947

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FROM VAMPIRE: THE CENTAUR: BIOLOGICAL IMPOSSIBILITY By Ken Krueger Picture in your mind's eye a peaceful pasture, where green grasses wave gently in the morning breeze; soft billowy clouds float lazily overhead, and the bushes that are scattered over the entire scene murmur softly whenever the breeze rustles their tender branches. In the…

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Fandango, v. 2, issue 3, whole no. 7, Winter 1944

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--he had shouted back to them. He never shouted again. They waited, and finally they called to him. At last, the second officer, using the chains the engineers had left, lowered himself down. The rope the first had used they had pulled up empty, the end frayed aa though by sharp rocks. So much they gathered from the mad-man. The second man had…

1970-07-24 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 10

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Ain't I A Woman? newspapers, June 1970-July 1971

1970-07-24 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 10

have a strange reaction when I travel from Iowa City to somewhere else -- especially supposedly more important places: I want to brag. Or have our actions or our words show these Easterners how together Iowa City Women's Liberation is. Then I wonder if all this isn't elitist and I get all mixed up. But when we went to NYC a couple of…

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Rocket, v. 1, issue 1, March 1940

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23 HYSTERIA IN A HEARSE by Walt Daugherty If N.B.C. could reject "History in Reverse" it is rather hard to say what they would do to this if I ever mustered up enough nerve to submit it. Never-the-less I give it to you in its uncensored version. (Note: Even the censors won't read it.) Anyway, here it is, don't say anything…

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Chaos, v. 1, issue 4, April 1945

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WILLIE WATSON AAGHHH! IT'S ABOUT TIME SOMEBODY KNEW SOMETHING ABOUT WILLIE WATSON THAT wasn't the product of his own distorted imagination. Outside of various and obscure notes in his own publications nothing has been written on the subject (Watson). Watson is therefore a virgin field. I proceed : There is no truth to the rumor that…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 8, August 1940

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Publishers' Note: The Goods advertised below is all wool & a yd wide. ADVER MENTS Scientifilm Souvenir: MONSTERS OF THE MOON is on sale thru the mail but please don't order a copy if U are coming to the Chicon -- buy it there! For Sale -- Books: The New Adam, $1.25; The Planet of Peril, $.75; both good condition. Mint AmS ANNUAL,…

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New Fandom, v. 1, issue 6, 1939

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NEW FANDOM 15 S̲C̲I̲E̲N̲C̲E̲ ̲F̲I̲C̲T̲I̲O̲N̲,̲ ̲T̲H̲E̲ ̲S̲P̲I̲R̲I̲T̲ ̲O̲F̲ ̲Y̲O̲U̲T̲H̲ (as given by "New Fandoms" especially chosen guest or honor, artist F̲R̲A̲N̲K̲ ̲R̲.̲ ̲P̲A̲U̲L̲ Fell«w Science Fiction Fans: I an mighty glad be here among as fine a crowd of live wires and go-getters that has.ever assembled under one roof. I always…

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PSFS News, v. 5, issue 6, July 1945

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July, 1945 PSFS NEWS Page 3 "Phillies." He says: "The prominent members of the PSFS, sometimes with the exception of Rothman. Baltadonis, Madle and Agnew were the chief ones, and Speer was usually part of their unit in the fan feuds." Well, this is more that must be explained to Jack. Rothman was the founder of the PSDS, and was…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 2, October 1933

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October, 1933 THE FANTASY FAN 27 THE BOILING POINT You will remember the terrific outburst Forrest J. Ackerman made upon Clark Ashton Smith's stories and weird tales in general in last month's column, Shortly after the issue went to press, we received the following postscript to his article which he requested to have printed at…

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Imagination, v. 2, issue 1, October 1938

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10 for if it is to contain something by A. Merritt, R.E. Howard, and J. Taine. Here's a toast for a happy birthday!" We follow Farsaci's suggestion to run his article in our readers' dept, editing it to suit our requirements. "The Lone Wanderer" on CONQUEST OF MARS. Larry B Farsaci. I had been planning to go thru the…

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Fantasy News, v. 3, issue 1, whole no. 53, June 25, 1939

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Do Editors Know What The Fans Want? By Ralph Milne Farly Or for that matter do the fans themselves know what they want? The title and the opening sentence hereof may sound as though they were the venting of a pet peeve by an unsuccessful author, based upon a series of rejections. On the contrary, they are by a fairly successful (thank you!)…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 2, January-February 1939

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FANTASCIENCE DIGEST Page 25 SCIENCE FICTION: KEYSTONE OF THE FUTURE By Helen Cloukey The men were building an arch. First, they constructed a mold of timber to support the arms of the arch. Then they carefully compiled the arms upward until, with a final gesture, the foreman skillfully inserted the keystone. Then they dismantled the mold…

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Polaris, v. 1, issue 2, March 1940

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POLARIS 13 in the ointment. You guessed it. The wonder-boy of the far west. I shuddered when I read the title--Imagi-Movies. How anyone can be amused, edified or fascinated by those damned trick words is beyond me... Into each life some rain must fall -- but please see that it doesn't turn into a cloudburst. If you must have…

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Rocket, v. 1, issue 1, March 1940

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28 The pilot has complete control of the force fields by a system of switches, knobs, and a series of rheostats. Normal earth gravity is maintained inside the ship at all times. A gravity field in the bottom of the ship is controlled and increased automatically regardless of the force of the gravitational pull on the outside of the ship. This is…

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Le Zombie, v. 1, issue 1, December 1938

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LE Zombie BEING, OF COURSE, A cosmic PUBLICATION #1 Published free every time a Zombie awakens! Positively not an adv.! wwaaaaHHOOOOOO! D'JOURNAL GOES BI-MONTHLY! Not being able to read, you have probably never heard of Fantasy .. Fictions FIRST Fun-fan Folio, ... Featuring Funtastic Foolery before have you? I didn't think so. This is…

Dennis Swanson; Iowa City Notebooks

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I.C. Notebooks 1

Dennis Swanson; Iowa City Notebooks

Dennis Swanson Iowa City Notebooks "Po Biz is a matter of tunnels between the studies of influential poets. Admission to the Poetry Workshop is entry into the first of the tunnels...." John Legget, in The Workshop by Tom Grimes "I just found these notes written many years ago. How seriously I always take myself Let it be a lesson…

1943-01-27: Page 02

Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, December 1942-March 1943

1943-01-27: Page 02

was something. We all went to dinner at Barneys, a steak house on 44th or somewhere around there. Strange to relate we got big steaks with no trouble at all and also quite enough butter. It was quite a treat for me, because the mess here has steadily gotten worse - and it isn't just my imagination. The past week our meat serving - if any -…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION! #4 38 Jan Featured Fiction: "THE HAZY HORD" By F. Flagg, W. Wright Instalment 3. Over nite & out of nowhere there springs up in America a force of fantoms: Misty & mysteryous men, marching like automatons, alike as if of one mold, armd with tenuous but effectiv rifles & machineguns, backt up by semitranspicuous…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

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IMAGI-NATION 5 That Bob-in-the-Box-260. TUCKER, rites from Bloomington, Ill: "I'Il want to try my fine hand at baiting Tigrina; it seems to be the thing in VOM of late, etc. First I want to point out something obvious about fandom, to wit: let a hitherto undiscovered (and/or glamorous) female appear on the fan-scene and every…

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FMS Digest, v. 1, issues 1-5, February - July 1941

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M Z DIGEST Page 5 SCIENCE FICTION AND DICTATORSHIP By j. Harvey Haggard Condensed from STELLAR TALES Winter Issue, 1941 If the menace from overseas has become so great that our country has taken active cognizance of its mounting threat there is no reason why science fiction should not analyze its own position as regards this same threat.…

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GLOM, issue 13, May 1949

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'GLOM' I3 FAPA (May '49) Publisher: Forrest J Ackerman IT HAPPENED ONE NITE; or A TALE OF TWO CITIES; by F o r r e s t J A c k e r m a n On Saturday night, 26 Feb 49, in Alhambra, Cal, suburb of Los Angeles, a small group of self-styled ex-fans, anti-fans,…

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Tycho, v. 1, issue 1, June 1942

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TYCHO Page 7 hides they had brought and that of the staples in the grocery section of the post. Outside, the dof - teams, picketed at safe distances under the slow-burdened trees that the edge of the clearing, told each other what they would do if they could only break the bonds that held them, or threw back their wolf-heads and howled at the…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 2, January-February 1939

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Page 12 FANTASCIENCE DIGEST the plots are worked out in both stories. The earth is not the first place attacked, but some other place is, and the inhabitants come running to earht for help. The heroes sally forth,meet a solitary ship of the enemy, and by the use of a recently acquired weapon, vanquish this enemy ship. They go on and explore…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 1, Novermber-December 1938

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Page 16 FANTASCIENCE DIGEST seem to have slipped up. This story is by far the worst, written by them, that I can recall at the moment. When I turn to a story bearing the name Binder under the title, I have always expected and usually read a story that could be listed with the best efforts in the field -- but not this time. Better luck in the…

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Keith-Albee Collection

Keith-Albee managers' report book, February 4-September 9, 1907

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CRITICISM KEITH & PROCTOR'S 125TH STREET THEATRE WEEK OF JULY 29, 1907 JOE COOK & BRO. "The Juggling Kids". One working straight and the other eccentric in various juggling feats. Very ordinary but they managed to get some applause and score some laughs. As an opener for a two-a-day house the act is thoroughly all right. 15…

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Tumbrils, whole no. 7, May 1946

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TUMBRILS, No. 7 Page 3 ------------------------------------------------- "And look fascinated." VKE, who had been dodging the manuscript for three days, pointed out a typo and said nothing. (The interested VAPAn was Sam Russell.) Anyhow, Shaw shouldn't have had anything to say, because when I last saw damon he…

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Amateur Correspondent, v. 2, issue 2, September-October 1937

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SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1937 17 'N' Run' is also well done. However, I cannot see what the drawing has to do with the contents of the column. Lovecraft's article on writing the weird tale was without a doubt the best thing in the issue. By all means continue this series of articles! Although I have no interest in stamp or coin…

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Fanfare, v. 2, issue 2, whole no.8, February 1942

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chance to fix judgments beforehand. I'm not going to comment on poetry, ever, for unless it's extremely striking, I rarely have the patience to read it carefully. My judgment would not be fair. SLAN!DER is good. Gilbert may actually become a good writer some day if he keeps up. Gawd no! Keep us away from a convention movie such as…

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Keith-Albee Collection

Keith-Albee managers' report book, December 28, 1908 - October 18, 1909

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REPORT ON COLUMBUS SHOW FOR WEEK OCT. 11, 1909. W. W. PROSSER. LA VINE-[CIMERON?] TRIO: Two men and a woman in a very good acrobatic act, "Imagination". All of their work was well received and it made an excellent opening act. 12 minutes, Special in 3. FRED WATSON, "The Student": Sang 3 or 4 songs and did just a little talking.…

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Science Fiction Collector, v. 2, issue 6, May 1937

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Wayward Myths The First of a Series of Articles by Claire P. Beck The tool-making animal found time to gaze. awed, upon the misty sunrise. He tried to interpret his fear of the ubiquitous thunder. He made an attempt to fathom his relationship to the evidences of nature, and built tales that tried to unlock the doors of the unknown. Soft minds,…

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Fanfile, issue 1, February 1942

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FANZINE Page 18 at an end. Come to think of it, I wouldn't want to live in a world of those kind of people, but at least there would never be a full moment. Another fault in fanmags which you mention, profanity, etc., certainly needs not only mentioning but also a whole sermon written on the subject. Such faults as you mention are indeed…

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Acolyte, v. 1, issue 1, Fall 1942

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as much as possible. If Kirkland or Vincent saw the satchel, or happened to return to the clinic and find me gone, they would know, and my plans would be ruined. During the long drive I was in a fever of anticipation. Only those in love can know the ecstasy of that moment, as I dreamed of Elsa with her honey-colored hair, soft dimpled cheeks and…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

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40. and doing the things I want most to do, I am completely happy and content; when conditions are the reverse and of an oppressive nature, I am unaccountably depressed. I get so excited and find calming down impossibly difficult thereafter. Space, although not absolutely essential, cleanliness, sunshine and uninterrupted time are factors of cheer…

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MFS Bulletin, v. 3, issue 8, whole 20, February 22, 1943

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forgotten bookstores where lie grat dusty shoals of precious, and rare mags, untouched by human hands, and first editions may be had for a few cents. "And when he offered to let me have World D for three cents, I turned him down, because the dust jacket was wrinkled around the edges." Other tales Manse tells concern themselves with the…

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Vampire, whole no. 8, December 1946

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not taken it over. And between 1938-41 he *did* present some good yarns-- "Black World," the Burroughs tales, and many lesser but still good stories. When Palmer took over the mag, the circulation was a puny 22,000. He increased it by 23,000 more copies almost immediately. In 1943 AS, FA, and Mammoth Detective were the three top-selling…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 36, October 1944

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10 VOICE OF THE notice has finally stepped from under with characteristic decision, using a logic-tight argument against VoM nudes as his lever. I cannot but agree with the argument. If you cannot employ Varga or Turner don't give us these appalling substitutes. Even sauciness needs a certain flair to be brought off successfully, &…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 1, September 1945

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Volume One The SCIENTIFICTIONIST Number One --------------- SOME THOUGHTS ON IMAGINISM by Sgt. Lynn Bridges The formation of an active, local fan group is always a welcome event -- and to me it becomes especially so when that group is in Detroit. About a year ago, I remarked in a fanzine that after the war Detroit would be one of the centers of…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! #3 Dec 37 7 sayd th ancients calld it; begd em to taste bite. Her companyons took nibl, but it was "awfulookn stuff, completely unappetizin." "Next morn Teen's historyn-frend calld on her; caught her readn poetry. "Is forbidn to amuse Urself" he reminded kindly. She pleadd she only'd been…

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Southern Star, v. 1, issue 4, December 1941

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Mumblings SOUTHERN STAR Page 18 catering to a club, you can find an account of a meeting ending somewhat like this: (quote)". . . and nothing was accomplished." (Unquote). I have such an account before me now; John Chapman, secretary of the Minneapolis gang of lumberjacks and writing in the July FANTASITE, reports on their May…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! #2 Nov 37 15 BK REVIEWS FROM ABROAD: By Herr [signed] Herbert Hampler[unsure of last name?] Translated from The ESPERANTO By MayBelle Anshutz.... [title underlined] "Flames Out of the Universe": In this romance the author Laffert paints a word picture of a voyage to the planet Mars. Earth astronomers had observd in the…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! #9 38 June 3 FANTASCIENCE F-L-A-S-H-E-S ! By Claire Voyant Catherine Moore: "I am pondering LETHE, a new Northwest Smith yarn." Work on her novel is progressing, a bk about survivors of Atlantis. John W. Campbell Jr has accepted Hanry Kuttner's THE DISINHERITED, a future fantasy. Dr Keller's THE MIST, publisht in…

1943-02-13: Page 03

Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, December 1942-March 1943

1943-02-13: Page 03

where I purchased "The Unrelenting Struggle," the most recent compilation of Churchill speeches. The very first one is a "Tribute to Neville Chamberlain" delivered before the House of Commons, just a few days after his death. Mr. Churchill's great character embraces more than coverage, defiance of evil, adherence to…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 3, March-April 1939

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FANTASCIENCE DIGEST Page 19 evidence could be fitted together into a fantastic but logical whole. Gold--bronze--pig-iron--brass--and rabbits. There seems no visible connection between these. . . yet we wonder. And now the last act of the tragedy. The ill-fated Geech was seen in Griffith Park, and, later, at the swimming pool there. Hundreds…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! #2 Nov 37 9 chinegun volley against advancing infantry. There was something curious about those soldiers beside their nebulosity: They approacht so deliberately, halting at times for no apparent reason; actd in selections as it were, without a word of command or a bugle blowing--& all in such an automatic accord." The…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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12 ence as some men liv for Fame, money, or a sweetheart. "His coleag & Friend, Dr. N. Spurgeon, was not on the teaching staff of the University tho sometimes he lectured there by invitation. Who he was, from whence he came, I do not know, but he was reputed to be immensely wealthy. A tall slim man of 45 or 50, with a long face, dark…

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Centauri, issue 2, Winter 1944

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Page 16 -Secret of Atlantis- I made the discovery July 14, 1943, two days before the little spat with Rhoda. While examining some enlarged photoprints of the queer monoliths on Easter Island, I happened to notice, at the base of one grotesque statue, an odd design, carved deeply in the gray stone. It fascinated me, and I drew a copy of it on a…

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Sci-Fic Variety, issue 4 and issue 5, December 1941 and March 1942

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(3) But finally Parmay is subdued and dragged back to the surface, nude and protesting. He is charged with murder. Parmay is rushed to trial. An apathetic figure, he offers no defense & is speedily sentenced to life imprisonment. His fiancee, triumphant, exits to take up where she left off with a rich tea-ball manufacturer. The police,…

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Leprechaun, v. 1, issue 1, March 1942

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8, LEPRECHAUN foghorn kept its voice, and little spheroids of water still dripped lazily from the eaves, to chatter on the tin deck adjoining the room like a thousand angry elves. Why I ever bought a house with assorted tin roofs scattered about I don't know. And so I slept. The next morning, Friday the eleventh, dawned brighter than it had…

1971-04-15 'General Job Description' - Page 3

Social Justice

United Campus Ministry papers, 1970-1972

1971-04-15 'General Job Description' - Page 3

page 3, continued, General Job Description, projecting into 1972 1.F. (2) Values and Survival: the crisis of our society, the campus, and the world is how mankind will manage to exist in spaceship earth. A myriad signs indicate potencial for sweeping catastrophe: the pervasive basic question is that of VALUES. What are the bases for decision -…

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Fandango, v. 3, issue 3, whole 11, Spring 1946

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THE TIMEBINDER. The coterie which Everett is building up about this magazine seems to be laboring under a number of collective delusions. Some of these errors are peculiarly those of the editor; others are shared by a number of the magazine's contributors as well. For an "adventure in thinking" (and note the lack of capitalization,…

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Neophyte, v. 1, issue 1, January 1948

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An Appraisal of the Fox Woman by Forrest ACKERMAN Several friends of mine have regretted the fact that THE OUTSIDER was published in micro-type because their visual accuity is deficient. Let us hope your Snelling is up to snuff, because the print in The Fox Woman is pretty rough, being even a fraction smaller than that used in the original…

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 1, whole no. 24, December 1941

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SPACEWAYS 21 THE READERS ALWAYS WRITE [[in pencil to the left of title is the number 7]] Jack F Speer, 3416 Northampton N. W., Washington, D.C. types: I have noted with alarm your efforts to establish "scientific fiction" as the proper name for the literature we love. Your action in this matter seems based upon the fallacious idea…

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Keith-Albee managers' report book, October 27, 1913-May 11, 1914

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PITTSBURGH, PA. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. FEB. 16th, 1914. TWO TOM BOYS. 8 minutes, full stage. Girls doing a sort of Rice & Prevost knockabout acrobatic turn. Fast, clever work; worthy of any spot on the bill. HENRY & FRANCIS. 16 minutes in One. "Nonsense." The comedian works like Byron of Byron & Langdon, "The Dude…

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Sci-Fic Variety, issue 4 and issue 5, December 1941 and March 1942

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The book is titled The Amulet -- publisher unknown. Allington Parmay is a writer and he has an amulet. It is a very unusual amulet which he found in the men's room of a Chinese bar on Doyers st. It takes him some time to discover that the amulet has the power to give him anything he wishes for. When he first discovers this he becomes afraid…

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Leprechaun, v. 1, issue 1, March 1942

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LEPRECHAUN , 9 ed it off to the printer, to be made into a book. Then he reached into his desk, drew out a fat wad of bills, and handed them to our author friend, who stuffed them into an inner pocket. The scene changed and once again I was back at the mansion, just in time to see Bristol reenter. Then I was inside too, and my all-seeing eyes…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 3, March-April 1939

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Page 8 FANTASCIENCE DIGEST ter from the typewriter and inserted another sheet of paper. Dear Jimmy:-Here's a scoop for SCIENCE FANTASY NEWS. Bill Davids was appointed editor of Jackson's new INCREDIBLE STORIES. This appointment was made after Jackson viewed Bill's fine work in connection with the last convention. More dope…

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Fantasite, v. 1, issue 2, February 1941

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FANTASITE 22 FANTASCRIPTS BOB TUCKER The first glimpse of the first issue of THE FANTASITE so completely captured my imagination that I sat me down at once and poured entirely thru it without stopping. I sincerely congratulate you upon such a beauty of a fanmag, and am gladder than I can put into words that you paid no head to me when I wanted…

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Le Zombie, v. 5, issue 4, whole no. 51, January 1943

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b4 LE ZOMBIE Number Fifty-one &1/2 some typical Tucker balderdash U haven't the slight- est idea what this is EXPLANATION DEPT: The following, dear reader of 1943, is an example of the kind of Le Zombie you would have today if we were still publishing that two-faced gossip sheet you've just finished reading. Read on then, oh…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Ellen Mowrer diary, 1865-1869

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Diry of Ellen Maria Mowrer 1868 Tuesday Apr. 27 This morning was cloudy. got very warm about ten twelve o'clock. this afternoon was cool & cloudy eve cloudy the spring is here now flowers, birds, the large trees that has been bare all winter now the tender buds have been nursed into life by the gentle breeze of the spring air, & are…

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Le Zombie, v. 4, issue 7, whole no. 42, September 1941

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OUR ANNUAL EYEBROW LIFTER DEPT Picture in your imagination this British scene: A London fan has just heard that the latest issue of Tales of Wonder is on sale at a newsstand some blocks away. Coin in hand, he gallops madly forth to purchase it. There is no door to his house -- it has been blown away. So he exits thru a large hole in the sidewall.…

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Science Fiction Collector, v. 3, issue 5, September-October 1937

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[handwritten] Science Fiction Collector Page 11 [typewritten] is 8 1/2" x 11"" in size, and, has single columns with uneven edges. the hectographing this issue is rather bad --- due to the weather, no doubt. * * * * * * * * * * * IMAGINATION! --- This magazine is issued by T.B. Yerk for a dime a copy. The illustrations are all…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 4, April 1946

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HEMMEL'S SCIENTIFIC SORTIES #10 FIRE IN THE EARTH As we are all aware, there is fire if not great heat beneath our feet as we move about the earth and walk up and down in it, and this great heat or fire is right there at this moment. According to the figures of some, this heat grows greater as one progresses from the surface to a greater depth…

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Fantaseer, v. 2, issue 4, August 1940

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This is Volume 2, Number k of FANTASEER, an amateurmagazine of science fiction, published monthly by William H. Groveman, 18 Maryland Avenue. Hempstead, N.Y. Subscriptions taken at 60c per year, 5c per copy. Mss.of an imaginative nature are welcome, provided they are accompanied by a stamped envelope. We shall exchange subscriptions with any other…

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Le Zombie, v. 5, issue 3, whole no. 50, November-December 1942

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MILESTONES IN FAN HISTORY DEPT After four years of dependable, continuous publication; after 30 consecutive issues without a break; after 46 stories, 68 poems, 137 columns and departments, and 147 articles; after 771 printed pages; after uncounted hundreds of thousands of words----after all this---the White Star passes. Spaceways has turned up its…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 4, April 1946

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HEMMEL'S SCIENTIFIC SORTIES #10 FIRE IN THE EARTH As we are all aware, there is fire if not great heat beneath our feet as we moved about the earth and walk up and down it it, and this great heat or fire is right there at this moment. According to the figures of some, this heat grows greater as one progresses from the surface to a greater…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

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104 especially to know about details, headroom, engineering stressed and strains, the plumbing and heating systems; those internal organs of which the layman much less myself, can not possibly have a working knowledge of. I'm [illegible] normally assume that an architect is supposed to know about the above engineering feats -- and not only…

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Acolyte, v. 4, issue 1, whole no. 13, Winter 1946

Then the functions for wich such a system should be suitable are these (nach Don Bratton): 1. As brief descriptive labels for astories. 2. As keys whereby a story, whose title and author and source have been forgotten, can be found thru memory of the principal ideas or theme of the story. 3. To group stories so that readers are led to related…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 4, April 1946

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ESCAPIST OR REALIST? By Henry Elsner Jr. Away back in "the good old days", Hugo Gernsback and other pioneers of scientifiction thought that they would "educate" their readers through the magazines; make them into scientists. Though all pretense of such a possibility, even such a motive has been dropped years ago, many fans…

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 2, January 1942

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SPACEWAYS 13 INTO THE FORTH--AND BEYOND by JOE J. FORTIER We're living in the fourth dimension! I mean that statement and I'm positively convinced of the fact. perhaps there should be some conclusive evidence and all that, as well as grounds for my statement, presented. I'm not a scientist by any crude imagination; I…

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Fanfare, v. 2, issue 2, whole no.8, February 1942

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10 slan!der A large number of fans admit that they no longer read the pro mags. The general reason they attribute for this attitude, is that they have grown up and lost interest in stf and fantasy. They've lost interest in neither. They just don't get it nowadays. It's about time some smart pulp publisher with money enough to…

1944-08-26 Letter #11

World War II Diaries and Letters

W. Earl Hall World War II stories, 1944

1944-08-26 Letter #11

slug-Yank Flyers-4 Passed for Publication 26 Aug 1944 By W. EARL HALL Globe-Gazette Managing Editor (Letter No. 11) London--(Air Mail)--Winston Churchill once caught the world's imagination by eulogizing the royal air force in these words: "Never have so many owed so much to so few." After spending 2 days with our own…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 4, April 1946

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ESCAPIST OR REALIST! by Henry Elsner Jr Away back in "the good old days", Hugo Gernsback and other pioneers of scientificiton thought that they would "educate" their readers through the magazines; make them into scientist. Though all pretense of such a possibility, or even such a motive has been dropped years ago, many fans…

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Spacewarp, v. 4, issue 2, November 1948

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English film from an H.G.Wells story and was a prediction of the second World War. It was a good picture, but not much of a financial success. "The Lost World" was the most successful science fiction picture both from a financial and production point of view. The prehistoric animals looked quite real and the whole production was tip top.…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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6 "HOLLERBOCHEN'S DILEMMA" - Short Scientale - By Ray Bradbury Hollerbochen faced a crisis. He could tell what would happen in the future. He could see when he would die---& it was very distressing, as you well may imagine. Every branch of his life lay before him. He knew he would die the next day. He saw himself being blown to…

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Acolyte, v. 1, issue 4, Summer 1943

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FANTASY FORUM There has been considerable misapprehension of [[underline]]The Acolyte's[[end underline]] rating system. We realize that it is not perfect, but it is the only system that enables us to take a letter of comment and convert it into figures. The best item in the issue scores 5; second and third best, 4 and 3 respectively;…

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New Fandom, v. 1, issue 6, 1939

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NEW FANDOM, 23 witz's hands, Sam proceeded to read it aloud to all, while Taurasi tore her hair & Sykora fumed, "Throw it in the gutter where it Belongs!" (the pamphlet, not Taurasi's hair.) A chaotic condition existed for about 15 minutes, during which time Host Weisenger excused himself as he had a hard cold. Finally the…

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Acolyte, v. 2, issue 3, whole no. 7, Summer 1944

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marching abreast mingled with the intoxicant shrilling of the trumpets of victory; and the Old King's scarred shoulders stiffened, and in his eyes gleamed the sparks of the years that were; once more in his ears rang the frenzied shouts of his people as he rode in state down that jewel-paved road; once more, once more, three times ten thousand…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

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they seem - for some undefinable reason - unable to adjust their knowledge to new circumstances. To me a one-track mind professes a pathetic inadequacy in ability, plus training, plus imagination, plus discernment, plus analyses. They perhaps have some slight inkling of the wood of which man is constructed; some idea of the physical differences and…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe autobiographical writing, 1980s

Front

Keep I had the encouragement of Prof. [] to continue [grate?] work. Oh yes [he?[ deisapproved my marriage and expressed the fear that it was a [] H.S. scholarship look [] to I arrived at [] with a HS Scholarship. It became my [habit to and?] after I settled down [After for?] After settling in, I found that my [grade?] permitted me to take more work…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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THE MEETING OF DECEMBER 16, 1937, concluded my first chronological year in the Society. Looking at the roster for that meeting, I see a list of names of people, most of whom no more than three persons now affiliated with the Society could remember. And furthermore, knowing them as I did, I doubt if they would fit into the Society as of December…

1970-10-30 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 4

Social Justice

Ain't I A Woman? newspapers, June 1970-July 1971

1970-10-30 "Ain't I a Woman?" Page 4

what have they done to my song? Music is to me the most universal "art" and probably the most ancient. Even before humankind made music, there was beautiful noise in the world. Birds, insects, elephants even, all communicated in characteristic sounds. (Maybe they weren't "communicating", as humans would perceive; maybe…

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Fantods, whole no. 9, Winter 1945

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page 14 EFTY-NINE or chemist, or theologian ("religious experience" - religious sense?), and vice versa. Then, too, there's the sensation which the act of imagination or comprehension evokes to be considered. I get a perverse sort of pleasure from the contemplation of mathematical abstractions, but it is often quite different…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION! #8 38 May 3 FANTASCIENCE F-L-A-S-H-E-S ! By Claire Voyant WANTED: WIVES & MUSIC is the strangely unscientifictional-sounding title of an interplantaryarn of peril in C sharp minor under submission by Bob Olsen. Henry Kuttner, working over time, has turnd out no less than 9 new tales, to wit: BEYOND THE PHOENIX~~FLUX~~WHEN…

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Southern Star, v. 1, issue 2, June 1941

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The Munsey Panorama SOUTHERN STAR Page 6 "My uncle's horse was a genius," he informed us, "but you know how it is - being a horse." "Is that the horse you swear by the tail of?" asked Mac. "The same." "Not changing the subject at all, put in Joe, "but I was wondering about the second…

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New Fandom, v. 2, issue 1, April 1940

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Page Four NEW FANDOM fiction that used fantasy to any extent until a few years ago. It must not be forgotten that science-fiction is a deliberate creation of this civilization, in an attempt to find a literature that would express the ideals of the Western World. Science-fiction is a planned literature, and is more significant of our world spirit…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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12 HOW TO BECOME A SCI-FIC FAN ~Ray Bradbury Everyone, at one time or another, finds it convenient to toss aside the cares of the world to delve into the supernatural or scientific side of nature. Everyone at one time or another has a mother-in-law. Everyone--practically, anyway--has a wife (or unreasonable facsimile of same) to his (dis)credit.…

1965-03-23 SNCC Hunger Strike details

Social Justice

Friends of Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) clippings, 1965-1966

1965-03-23 SNCC Hunger Strike details

March 23, 1965 Dear Faculty Member, Five students, members of the University of Iowa Friends of SNCC (STUDENT NONVIOLENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE), have participated in a hunger strike since Wed., March 17. Until Sunday they subsisted on fruit juice and coffee and since then have taken only water. They have chosen this extraordinary course of action…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

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placidity of the surface - and did. Despite future to detect an ulcer when the storm broke - the storm build of innumberable squalls throughout the years of my existence - I am a contingent throughout the years of my existence - I am a contingent hemorrhagic case. Some of the thunderheads that had amassed - the smokescreens - have been dispelled…

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Le Zombie, v. 5, issue 1, whole no. 48, July-August 1942

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(( cont. )) Cover: should have held title "Voice of the Imagination" and it should have had in the center a large foto of that inimitable fan, author, artist and pianist, Charles Nutt. Otherwise its okay. Back cover: Is there a panty and Brassiare shortage in China? And now for the inside material. Boring is the word that sums it up and…

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Acolyte, vol 1, issue 3, whole 3, Spring 1943

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MUSIC OF THE STARS by Duane W. Rimel -oOo- "there are black zones of shadow close to our daily paths, and now and then some evil soul breaks a passage through." -- H. P. Lovecraft The Thing on The Door-Step --ooOoo-- I am called a murder because I destroyed my best friend; killed him in cold blood. Yet I will try to prove that in so doing…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION #11 38 Aug 7 Forrest J. Ackerman's FANTASCIENCE FILMART After hurried fone-calls from Hal Clark & Jack Erman a group was got together to meet at Clifton's & take a tram-trip out to Inglewood to witness revival of the original FRANKENSTEIN. By "original" was meant to distinguish from "The…

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En Garde, whole no. 17, April 1946

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page 38. strange condition of having brains, and at the same time being handicapped by the cultural levels of the world in which she was forced to live. In fact she almost depicts the futility of the intellectual in any age. The introduction of Lakshmi, the immortal turtle, is sheer sarcasm of a delicious sort. The contrast of Lakshmi and man is…

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Western Star, issue 4, September 10, 1950

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the field. What Browne did promise was at least one good story in each issue. He stated strongly that the other stories were definitely to be classed as "Good adventure." During and after the convention there was considerable discussion of the question of whether AS actually ought to be judged on Browne's own terms, or whether it…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue2, whole no. 2, November 1937

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IMAGINATION! #2 Nov 37 7 from the Capital." But the borderpatrolmen precipitated disaster: Coming into contact with the vanguard of the mysteryous invaders they calld upon it to halt. No notice was accorded their command so they opend fire. Which attack was returnd by a withering fusillade that did deadly execution. Then; flying low &…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 3, September 1944

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FANTASY COMMENTATOR 43 William Hope Hodgson: In His Own Day The scanty amount of critical and descriptive material which has appeared in this country on William Hope Hodgson and his writings, together with the lamentable scarcity of his published works, both here and in England, have resulted in a general impression of the matter which is not…

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Scienti Tales, v. 1, issue 1, January 1939

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JOHN GUINTA SCIENTI-TALES PAGE 10 chief, Captain Luritan of the Americania, and Captain Storkes of the Ethopian. A smile banished these thoughts from his mind as he saw Squeaky. A group of beautiful exotic Earthian and Martian women clustered around him, as he recounted experiences that had occurred to him, or rather his imagination. …

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FMS Digest, v. 1, issues 1-5, February - July 1941

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Page 8 F M Z DIGEST Some notes on Devil Worship By Robert W. Lowndes Condensed from THE ALCHEMIST January 1941 [Illustration] Illustration from THE ALCHEMIST Descriptions of the Black Mass have often featured in various weird tales, notably among the Jules de Grandin stories of Seabury Quinn. However none can compare, either in force or…

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Jupiter, v. 1, issue 1, May 1946

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IN DEFENCE OF THE BUG EYED-MONSTER. BY JOE KENNEDY YOU! Yeah, you're the guy I mean! You're sitting there smugly with a sarcastic Leer on your disgusting physiognomy. You're thinking: "Whatta junky fanzine this is! Imagine this sap Kennedy trying to convince ME that BEM's are cute! NERTZ! Sir, you…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION! #4 38 Jan. 13 his usual absentminded rejoindr: 'Ha ha! Quite good. Yes yes. The Man On Horseback. Hmmmmm' & then rambl off into some abstruse reflections on the experiments they were making. The Dr would lisn earnestly, contributing abstruse remarks of his own. Several times I heard him exclaim: 'If Alexander…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! #3 Dec 37 5 La Vic-Prezidantino (Morojo), Trezoristino ("Anjo" Ansuc--Anshutz), k Sekretario (Mr Ackerman, known to Esperantists as "Fojak") de la [name underlined] Esperanto-Klubo de Los-Angeleso also r mems of our local SFL Chapt! At th last meetng of th Esp-Klubo (attended by 60, includng aforementiond…

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Nile Kinnick correspondence, June-August 1942

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my feelings. All the while that I was driving down here, my mind was thinking of what I might do when this war is over. Almost entirely my thoughts were of a farm and how much the soil and sun and crops appeal to me. My imagination ran rampant; my enthusiasm was so keen the first day that I nearly took time out at Tallahassee to write you. Oh…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 9, May 1934

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May, 1934, THE FANTASY FAN 135 SUPERNATURAL HORROR IN LITERATURE Part Eight by H. P. Lovecraft (copyright 1927 by W. Paul Cook) The Gothic novel was now settled as a literary form, and instances multiply bewilderingly as the eighteenth century draw toward its close. "The Recess," written in 1785 by Mrs. Sophia Lee, has the…

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Dream Quest, v. 1, issue 1, July 1947

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DREAM QUEST 41 psychological terms, technical sections, and so on, which would be absolutely incomprehensible to the reader who is accustomed to sagas in which the barrelchestpeabrained hero rescues the gorgeous damsel from the drooling, mad Blatant Beast by means of popping rayguns and the like. Their exposure to a yarn like THE KINGDOM OF THE…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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imagination #11 38 Aug DREAMLAND, T. Bruce Yerke Everybody is always dreaming about the future whether they read scientifiction or not. The buildings brobdngnagian of the super citys, the wonderful highways for the whizzing autos, the huge flying shps--mighty monarchs of the stratosfere; everything the more imaginative minds that can see…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 4, April 1946

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because the magazine at the time was publishing only stories along tried and true lines instead of the more interesting and experimental fiction of its more successful competitors Gernsback was e father of pulp science-fiction, and th eslogan as well. When he left AMAZING and started SCIENCE WONDER, the long winded and inspirational…

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Rochester-American Patriot, Summer 1942

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THE STORIES ABOUT THE POEMS THE YANKEE SOLDIER'S VOW This stirring war poem, which won recognition twice in the Rochester Times-Union, was written by a defense worker, Miss Florence Adelaide Reed, of Rochester, New York. It is the result of five minutes' poetic inspiration four weeks ago. They are powerful lines because they are genuine…

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Dawn, issue 11, combined with The Imaginative Collector, issue 1, November 1950

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(17) peace. The most enlightened nation in the world. We should be able to turn out for this one. I agree with Crouch. I'm fed up with this 'Only in America would this happen' stuff. There about six other countries in the world with as much freedom. As for freedom to pay taxes, that my dear Mr. Crouch, is one freedom that is wide…

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 2, January 1942

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SPACEWAYS 19 THE READERS ALWAYS WRITE [[in margin]]POOH Are human beings any of these things? [NO!][[end margin text]] Robert W. Lowndes, 136 East 28th St., New York, N. Y. types: In regard to Spaceways' readers comments concerning the Cynic and me: well, I'd dearly love to write a column of the startreader nature for any…

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Astronaut, v. 1, issue 1, September 1947

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HOW ABOUT IT? I have a number of Science Fiction and Fantasy books in my collection that I wish to keep, but am tired of reading and re-reading. Since the public library has nothing to offer, and pulp fiction no longer satisfies me, I am fresh out of reading matter. Do you find yourself in the same position? If you do, here is my proposal:…

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Eve Drewelowe travel correspondence, 1928-1929

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"[Shewdagow?] Pagoda". We had to take our shoes and stocking off and walk blocks up the most filthy steps. Along each side were shops - but not such as your imagination paints, but only dirty squalled platforms with a few flowers or junk for sale. Much interest was lost because we were so busy watching "our step" that we…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 6, whole no. 6, March 1938

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Anent Atheism & Stf -- By Erick Freyor. In a recent article in Cosmic Tales the correlation between atheism & science fiction was strest; or rather, the relationship between sf readers & atheists. Its author reacht the conclusion, thru contacts with other fans, that there is a predominant tendency to discard all basic beliefs either…

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98. (Carl D. Lothrop) Boston Show, Week of June 8, 1908. (Monday June 8--Afternoon Show.) Overture. 1.30, 10 minutes. The Zarnes. On at 1.40, 12 min, full stage; 3 shows. Special set; black panorama. Well-known aerialists, who give full value for their salary. Good enough to open almost any show. XX1 Frank Whitman. On at 1.52, 12 min, in 1. Starts…

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Fantasite, v. 1, issue 5, September 1941

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THE FANTASITE.............20 pens with amateur editors. Phil, however, has a good amount of common sense. That is proven in his work, for as is factually evidenced, it's damned hard to be very intelligent and an all-about good sport at the same time, of which Phil is both. This isn't blatant praise, but well deserved commendation. If I…

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Committee on Human Rights Second Annual Report February 1964 to June 1964 Membership: Faculty: Donald Johnson (Feb. 1963-Jan. 1965), Alan Spitzer (Feb. 1965- ), Phillip Hubbard (Feb. 1963-June 1965), R. Lloyd-Jones (Feb. 1964-June 1965); Alumni: Sam Saltzman (Feb. 1963- ), William Nusser (Feb. 1963- ); Students: Suzanne Grogan (Fe. 1963-June…

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Cosmic Tales, v. 2, issue 1, Summer 1939

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COSMIC TALES and I do not try to explain what, made me feel that I should keep James under personal observation that night. Somehow this idea was connected with the fact that the picture was finished, and that anything might happen. I recall that I thot that it would be an ideal time for a praecox to kill himself. So I walked to his room,…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 10, June 1934

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June, 1934, THE FANTASY FAN 149 watching me, and noted my puzzled expressiong "Do you know what that is?" he whispered, "that is ultr-violet." He chuckled oddly at my surprise. "You thought ultra-violet was invisible, and so it is--but you can see that and many other invisible things now. "Listen to me! The waves…

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Chanticleer, v. 1, issue 3, December 1945

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wake and flood the air with the first raptures of their hymns to the sun and to life." From the reading angle, the book suggests rather than is complete in itself. Its allegorical nature is known, I think, to most people who were subjected to Shirley Temple propaganda, even though they may not have seen the film itself. The entire thing is a…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 4, December 1939

VOICE OF THE IMAGINATION 13 I'm for it. There are myriads of small objections but they are merely quibblings. Personally, I suspect Reynolds of being Kuttner. Piece ("Don't Get Technatal") was very funny, at any rate. FJA displays unique touch, but the "Record" is, naturally, juvenile. (It was written when 4e was…

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VANGUARD VARIORUM the problem of the Imperial power to fight, but also he must protect himself and the duplicate bodies which he has created. He does this in two main ways. He makes one of the bodies into the mental and physical monstrosity called "X", and he sends out Gosseyn I. At no time does "X" know that he is an…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 2, issue 1, whole no. 5 April 1940

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5 be prohibitive. ~~ I have an Edi-phone in the family with some partially used recording rolls, so I could furnish the original experimental roll. Also willing to send the first message. There is the whole thing in a VOM shell. Now, who wants to try it? (This is quite an Edi-fying idea. Dicta-tors espeshly shoud take to it! VOICE of the…

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Kay-Mar Trader, v. 2, issue 4, June-July 1947

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CELESTIAL MUSIC By R. H. Ramsay The other day, while I was listening to one of my favorite fantasy music albums (see below), the thought occurred to me: why not a music column for fans? We have writers covering everything else of fan# interest, but no musical writers that I have ever heard of. And yet which of you does not have a few favorite…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION! #4 38 Jan FANTASCIENCE F-L-A-S-H-E-S "9 Planets, Inc", 2d of Henry Kuttner's series about Hollywood yrs hence--hi adventure in the film industry of the future---has been accepted by TWS. Dr Keller informs Schwartz has agentd his story "No More Friction"...that his…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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2 WAY OUT WEST ("Hi-Lites of Local Leag Life") By Russ Hodgkins This column has been thrust upon the writer, who has no desire to be a columnist. But the rest of our staff insist that, as chief executive out here, I must speak for our organ--since this effort of ours is a co-operative enter-prise, & we have eliminated the need for an…

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91. severe abdominal symptoms and vomiting for many hours. Small wonder then that I can recall so clearly our tropical hotel room with the sliding doors, and the avenues of palm trees where we strolled in the early evening before the stomach had completely subsided. Obviously the birds-nests, the smoked fish, the spiced eggs, smoked fish-eggs, the…

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Nov 1936 It was early in November 1936 that I just went to the Mayo Clinic for help -- a step that might well have been taken more than two years before. This action finally was the outgrowth of transient ideas that had been toyed with for a long, long time. I was young; the undertaking was immense, the [Classic?' so far away -- and besides…

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To ask for so little is not unreasonable, yet it seems so very, very much beyond the power to give. There is no such thing as peace and suppression of pain on this side of the great void. All that has been mine in response to my plans have been but crumbs of quietude punctuated by a rasping, cleaving, crouching monster in the vital interior. This…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! #3 Dec 37 13 Reapr ruled ... The sound of falling bodys & clashing accoutrement came in a wave which rose, reacht its peak, & died away. Then beside me some one shriekt & threw up a pointing hand. I stared skyward. As collapst the curious infantry, so the pellucid planes were plunging ... & so the Menace of the…

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Fanomena, March 1948

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Through all this discussion Jones kept quiet. The district Judge seized the opportunity and solemnly charged the Grand Jury to investigate the "morals of certain of our supposedly eminently proper citizens." They knew very well what was needed and urged on by desire for fame they summoned Jones to appear before them. I was present at that…

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Fanfile, issue 1, February 1942

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FANFILE Page 9 Note [illegible] published. As then, dated May 3, a letter from Don Wollheim, editor of the deceased COSMIC STORIES. We had written him a letter on the advent of the first COSMIC -- our one and only letter to a pro mag. Herewith Don's note and a portion of our letter: I finally got your letter of several months ago into print…

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Fandango, v. 3, issue 3, whole 11, Spring 1946

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It is extremely difficult to argue with a person like Russ Whitman. Anyone who can say seriously, "America has never lost a war and never will as long as men proud of liberty rally to her defense in time of a crisis," leads a mental life so uncontaminated by facts that no objective argument can hope to reach him. A brief examination of…

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of distress. One such might greatly disturbed because I had vomited a bit of blood. I rang for the house nurse. She came but she knew so little to do. She however, quieted and back to bed thinking perhaps after all my imagination had deluded me. It is highly improbably that it did for I have extraordinarily good vision and lucid imagery. It never…

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Fantascience Digest, v. 2, issue 3, March-April 1939

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FANTASCIENCE DIGEST Page15 had a message to deliver -- although even to them it was a queer sort of message they HAD to get off their chests, no matter how it hurt their reputations as writers. Burroughs didn't start it. he popularized it. "Tarzan of the Apes" was an incident in a growing chain of incidents which made a small…

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Banshee, whole no. 5, June 1944

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24 * * * Banshee 'true musician." I've heard the Toccata and Fugue several times recently, and liked the tone of it, and faintly imagined that it could describe some lofty, serene, cool cathedral, but this is undoubtedly a result of my boundless imagination and reflects no skill on the part of Bach. However, I dearly love to…

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Ad Astra, v. 1, issue 5, January 1940

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AD ASTRA Page 2 [[box text]] GUEST EDITORIAL No. 2 by: JOHN W. CAMPBELL, JR. Editor: ASTOUNDING SCIENCE-FICTION [[end box text]] Science fiction and its fans are a queer pattern of paradoxes,a lovely stumbling ground for authors and editors[?] alike. Because science fiction is a unique sort of material, it necessarily reaches a unique sort of…

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Southern Star, v. 1, issue 4, December 1941

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"The Telecaster" SOUTHERN STAR Page 32 Harry Jenkins, Jr. of Jinx Press. The magazine will be issued under the Starlight Trilogy banner. It will be issued quarterly, and will sell for 10¢. Within its 20 pages will be found articles on the writing of science-fiction, tips for the amateur publisher, articles on vari-color…

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imagination. I was charmed by the rhythm and the grace of a physically attractive race. The elephants, the sacred monkeys, the sacred bulls, the bouncing ghosts on the Ganges, the Tower of Silence with their decays of vultures in Bombay, the Himalaya Mountains, the wedding processions of the native city of Taipan, and even the translucent beauty of…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! #9 38 June 9 Mr Freyer apparently has no fait in man's ability & does not recognize any such thing as progress or change. He sums up these beliefs (or disbeliefs) by stating that all that can be done under such circumstances is to flee to a dreamworld. Since he does not recognize progress, nor the possibility of progress,…

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Jinx, v. 1, issue 3, June 1942

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Symbolism in FANART by ART WIDNER JR It seems to the writer that the field of symbolic art has been sadly neglected in fandom. It also seems that the cause of this neglect is the opinion held by fan artists and fans in general that symbolism belongs in a class with cubism, surrealism and other forms of "whacky" art. This may or may not…

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Reader and Collector, v. 3, issue 3, June 1944

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6. maritime knowledge, and its clever selection of hints and incidents suggestive of latent horrors in nature, this book at times reaches enviable peaks of power. The Night Land (1912) --- is a long-extended (538pp) tale of the earth's infinitely remote future---billions of billions of years ahead, after the death of the sun. It is told in a…

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-106- dry and the floors done and about mid-winter it was ready for occupancy. Next came, of course, the furnishings and fixtures - the making the shell inhabitable, and converting the house into a home. Much of the designing for the interior of Six-twenty-six, Thirteen has been paid of my self-appointed task. I have not only wanted to do these…

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New Fandom, v. 1, issue 6, 1939

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26, NEW FANDOM STF. AND NONSENSE, Published by Dan McPhail, 10 large size, mimeographed, Vol I No. 2. This is the second time that S & N has arrived a day too later to be sold at the convention. I wonder if Dan plans to make that a regular procedure? Contents are interesting. Of particular note is Walter Sullivan's sizing up of…

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Fan, whole no. 4, September 1945

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SCIENCE FICTION FAN MAGAZINES --- By Weaver Wright The amateur s.f. magazines feature fiction by fans, original drawings, book reviews, news, articles about authors and artists, criticisms of professional work -- and, the perennially popular "readers' department". for news of what's doing in both the professional and fan…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 1, issue 2, October 1933

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October, 1933 THE FANTASY FAN 25 SUPERNATURAL HORROR IN LITERATURE by H. P. Lovecraft (Copyright, 1927 by W. Paul Cook) I. Introduction The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown. These facts few psychologists will dispute, and their admitted truth must…

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NEW THEATRE COMPANY Mrs. John Grant Unitarian-Universalist Building 10 S. Gilbert St. They specialize in short plays, often original, not generally performed by other theatre groups. A minimum of props, make-up, lights; actors and audience are free to use their imagination to create the illusion. Performing Arts MARY LEA LEICHT SCHOOL OF…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 2, issue 1, whole no. 13, September 1934

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September, 1934, THE FANTASY FAN 5 crystalline essence of artistic fear which belongs tot he domain of poetry. In describing certain details of incantations, Lytton was greatly indebted to his amusingly serious occult studies, in the course of which he came in touch with that odd French scholar and cabalist Alphonse Louis Constant…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 2, issue 2, whole no. 14, October 1934

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October, 1934, THE FANTASY FAN 29 Could it be that the dream soul inhabiting this inferior body was desperately struggling to speak things which the simple and halting tongue of dullness could not utter. Could it be that I was face to face with intellectual emanations which would explain the mystery if I could but learn to discover and read…

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FMS Digest, v. 1, issues 1-5, February - July 1941

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Page 6 F M Z DIGEST EARTH'S RENAISSANCE By Leigh Brackett Condensed from STFETTE Issue Number 2 I hope I may live to see the first successful flight into space. This seems a doubtful possibility. But since the discovery of U-235, the conquering of space has ceased to be merely a wild dream. Some day, it will be done. When it is, this…

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Centauri, issue 2, Winter 1944

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Centauri Page 19 - SECRET OF ATLANTIS - from the world; from reality; from all earthly madness and fickle human emotions. The alien designs. I would venture into the awesome emptiness of space. I would see so many new and terrible things that my hideous past would be forgotten. The following morning -- July 19th -- I had a plan. I would travel…

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meant every word! I had reason to be apprehensive of that trip. It proved to be worse than my imagination had ever envisioned it. The journey to Omaha was irritatingly leisurely; fatiguing. I had a double seat and a pillow, however, and lay down as I always do, curled up tightly in a ball, to save stress and strain and travel wear. Moreover…

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Acolyte, v. 3, issue 2, whole no. 11, Summer 1945

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Prelude with Lovecraft STUART M. BOLAND In the spring of 1935 I was making a library survey tour of the European continent. At the quaint little hill town of Orvieto, in Italy, I came upon an amazing mural high on the walls of the local Duomo or Cathedral. The painting represented mighty figures of ebon-hued men(not angels or demons) with…

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Ad Astra, v. 1, issue 5, January 1940

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MID-WEST Fan News Page 5. ll very readily into the Fantasy category. Three short stories of this series appeared in 1938, namely: Persues Had a Helmet, The Enchanted Mug, and Death Had A Pencil. These are stories which everyone will truly enjoy. America is invaded again! This time in the imagination of Frederick C. Painton. An old idea, but…

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Inspiration, v. 4, issue 1, April 1946

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34 INSPIRATION ON CURRENCY EXCHANGE I'll run the risk of Prexy Stanley and Critic Koenig declaring part of this issue objectional on the grounds of its being non-fantasy, especially since it is Stanley who brought the matter up in the Winter FAN-TODS. So far as quantity, if not quality, goes -- the 31 page "history" should suffice…

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D'Journal, v. 1, issue 1, January 1939

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"Why the 'Science Fiction Fan' was Banned in Pataginia !" - by the Denver Wiggins Perhaps I should not reveal this amazing story; after all, it was censored in the Patagonian press, and the Diplomatic corpse kept it suppressed here. But then, the Fantasy Fan is entitled to know, and I can rely on them to keep a secret, so…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 3, September 1944

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36 FANTASY COMMENTATOR Forgotten Classics by Sam Moskowitz The veteran science-fiction reader sighs as he scanes some modern neophyte's list of "classics". And his sigh is not one of distaste or impatience, for the list before him may contain many fine stories, true. Rather, he grieves for those tales which might have been named,…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 4, whole no. 4, January 1938

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IMAGINATION! #4 38 Jan 7 ized he had been standing still in time for quite a while. His head was beginning to ache terribly. A queer noise was ringing in his ears. It grew in intensity by the second. His head felt fearfully large, his body Brobdingnagian. The noise rose to a deafening crescendo. A dull rumblin preceded a loud explosion as…

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Fantasy Fan, v. 2, issue 2, whole no. 14, October 1934

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28 THE FANTASY FAN, October, 1934 alienists soon agreed that abnormal dreams were the foundation of the trouble; dreams whose vividness could for a time completely dominate the waking mind of this basically inferior man. With due formality Slater was tried for murder, acquitted on the ground of insanity, and committed to the institution…

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Damn Thing, v. 1, issue 5, May 1941

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PAGE TWELVE THE DAMN THING __________________________________________ Is Joquel A Frankenstein? Carlton J. Fassbeinder [image] He's a Good Humour, Man. In looking over the events of the past few months, I find a steady cataclysmic spell of cataclysims. The Los Angeles SFS has been…

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VOX MAJ 5 Don meant the Federal Penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kans. I'll be see you! Some post-mortem on my prize mess are now in order. First, it's obvious that After 1938--what? Woulda been more accurate. The new era is already upon us. And some of the predictions haven't yet come true and some apparently won't come true. …

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Kay-Mar Trader, v. 2, issue 4, June-July 1947

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***** BEN INDICK COMMENTS ON APRIL K-M-T ***** Mr Vernon Cook's article was very fine this issue( April KMT) He gives a personal,informal tone that can be very pleasing at times. He gives his own opinion and admits it. His comments re TIME STREAM are quite good. The book is certainly not a classis; it has in it fine elements of imagination,…

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Horizons, v. 1, issue 3, April 1940

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and toppled over, a blackened corpse. Panting, Allan picked himself up, and quickly removed Terv's weapons. But it was not necessary, for the Space-man's terrific punch had broken his neck. After burying the the alien's bodies in the soft soil, the two trudged slowly back the where the Space-man's craft stood, and climbing in,…

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Eve Drewelowe's journals, volumes II-III, 1950s

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they agreed. As we were all leaving the office Dr Hartman in his kind manner patted me upon the shoulder and encouraged, "Perhaps we will make medical history. Who knows? And you will probably be the guinea-pig." that I quietly responses with emphatic conviction. "I already am!" That is always an effective way to get me to jump…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 14, May 1941

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[Upper left hand corner a drawing of a man at a cluttered desk drinking] "Shows Milty Brooding-- Trying to think Of something To say To VoM. The stuff in The bottle Is only port. And very good, too. Port, imported from Oporto, Portugal. $1.69 per fifth. Disgusting, isn't it?" (Definitely. FandM. ) one of these afternoons I am…

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Ember, issue 29, January 20, 1947

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Comments.......... "Your fine paper clicks 99% with me, the remaining one percent being your condensation of the article by brother Hinkle M.D. This is typically lacking in imagination and belongs back in the days of the rattle shaking witch-doctors along with most of the medical profession...MOST philosophical systems are outdated...The flaw…

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Spacewarp, v. 5, issue 2, whole no. 26, May 1949

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THE NEW REPUBLIC EYES US. A writeup of the fantasy field which so far has escaped mention in the fan press -- so far as I know -- is a four-page discussion titled "Imagination Runs Wild" in the New Republic for 17 Jan. 1949. (NR must surely have a low circulation among denizens of the supposedly liberal-inhabited stfield? However, Bob…

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Acolyte, v. 3, issue 2, whole no. 11, Summer 1945

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the side-splitting satire of Owen Johnson's The Coming of the Amazons to the tender sardonicism of Hope Mirrlees' unforgettable Lud-in-the-Mist (which last, incidentally, is one of the very best pure fantasies I have yet had the pleasure of reading). Of perhaps lower artistic stature than genuine satire is unadorned humor. Humor in…

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Memoirs of a Superfluous Fan, 1944

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take out the chance in dues to the World Girdlers' International Science League Correspondence Club. I think I gratefully took out change for several months' dues. Promptly thereafter, the W.G.I.S.L.C.C. folded up completely as Harry went to work on a night shift. SHEP'S SHOP WAS a favourite hangout for SFL members in them thar…

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 1, whole no. 24, December 1941

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Spaceways, v. 3, issue 6, whole no. 22, August 1941

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S P A C E W A Y S A COLLECTOR SPEAKS It was in Buffalo that we discovered the gigantic hoard of magazines spoken of in "Dust of Years" (see Science Fiction Fandom), a store that was, strangely enough, but a few blocks from the heart of the city! Corresponding eventually brought us (and to me as soon as I could afford them) The Thrill…

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Nucleus, v. 3, issue 1, Septermber 1941

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CONCERNING CABELL by PAUL H. SPENCER 7 No, not Campbell, Cabell -- with the accent on the first syllable. James Branch Cabell to be exact, though since publication of his Collected Works he has been writing under the abbreviated name of Branch Cabell. You perhaps don't know it, but this man Cabell is one of the greatest masters of fantasy…

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wrote a column for a fellow who writes each week for the Davenport Times It was to be printed sometime this week--I'll try to get ahold of a copy and send it to you. Thanks for the card sloooofoot--glad you like the basketball --if it wears out we will get another--good to hear that you can now shoot left handed --keep working on…

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Acolyte, v. 1, issue 4, Summer 1943

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They must stay here? Manifestly. Several days, probably. And any one of those days a figure, or three figures, kilted in scarlet and bearing axes that had bitten the vertebrae of many a beast might come silently up the long hill... None the less, they must stay. Perhaps they would be thought lost in the swamp, back where she had abandoned the small…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 7, Summer 1945

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158 FANTASY COMMENTATOR Forgotten Creators of Ghosts by A. Langley Searles III - Cecily Hallack It has been noted by several critics, Lovecraft among them, that supernatural fiction written by authors who believe in the ghostly phenomena whereof they treat are, as a rule, less effective than stories on the same themes produced by materialists,…

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Parnassus, v.1, issue 1, 1940s

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lay down. These three novels which comprise the trilogy deal with degeneration of the character of a young Irish Catholic of Chicago's teeming lowere middle classes. It is essentially a study of a certain strata of society seen through the eyes of one of its prize products, Studs Lonigan. Possessing a keen imagination and a desire to be…

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Le Zombie, v. 4, issue 5, whole no. 40, July 1941

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(16) AMATEUR PRESS DIGTEST ECLIPSE (13598 Cheyenne, Detroit). The june issue of Eclipse is a honey. The cover (our copy) is on green stock, and has a marvellous symbolical drawing by Rudy Sayn. They now use four colors of ink. We suggest they use these colors more sanely; print an entire article in one color, instead of every page being a…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 6, August-October 1946

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SCIENTIFICATION IDEA CORNER by Walter Coslet In past discussions, we have dealt strictly with the fictionally portrayed ideas of stf authors. For variety, this time we are going to look into the artistic side and see how the illustrators handle the authors' ideas, or what ideas they themselves have. Our subject for investigation is…

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Chanticleer, v. 1, issue 3, December 1945

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But, be that as it may, there are more serious flaws. The lovers simply do not act like human beings. The hero is bad enough, being a very thick-skulled and sentimental boob who professes to be madly in love with the Scientist Daughter about five minutes after he meets her. He shows no curiosity about the doom, which is convenient since there is no…

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Jinx, v. 1, issue 3, June 1942

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BEACON LITE by SF Cynic The Beacon makes a long-delayed investigation of various titles edited by members of the Futurian Society of New York. Frankly, we'd been passing them up because, while none of them were perfect, they didn't offend nearly as much as certain other periodicals with much better reputations. But recently Lowndes and…

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Fantasite, v. 2, issue 5, whole 11, May-June 1943

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16......THE FANTASITE "artistic". All science fiction roday, or at least practically all of it, is commercial. That is, it is written for a market, for financial remuneration. In most cases it is written for an editor who serves a publishing house, who in turn caters to the dictates of his reading subscribers. If the average fan would…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION #7 38 Apr A REPLY TO "MICHELISM": T. Bruce Yerke I have heard quite a bit about Michelism lately, which originated at the 3d Eastern Science Fiction Convention this ism having caused a small bombshell to burst over the head of fandom. DAWollheim has become completely enraptured with the delectable thot of…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 3, September 1944

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44 FANTASY COMMENTATOR qualities and a worthy member of a memorable trilogy. Let the reader reflect for a moment on Mr. Hodgson's competitors in the field of imaginative writing. Though such literary giants as Arthur Machen and M. P. Shiel, tramping behind, were not receiving the praise that was to be their due in coming years, he still had…

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Fantasia, v. 1, issue 3, July 1941

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16 FANTASIA Discarding that thoroughly discredited premise, there still remains the fact that the early "traditional" types of scientifiction were, with very rare exceptions, concerned entirely with building stories around the physical sciences. Chiefly chemistry, astronomy and physics; this trio is undoubtedly still deeply associated by…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 6, August-October 1946

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Van Vogt's new series. I like the, although the characterization seems to be accomplished in the manner so dear to Time reporters. Would this story have been better as a serial! THE CAT AND THE KING by R.F. Jones; short; good. Very good writing for a short, but the story was a little bit too long. It brings out the interesting point that…

1984-02-02 ""Classical: Three Soloists to sing with symphony""

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1984-02-02 ""Classical: Three Soloists to sing with symphony""

Thursday, February 2, 1984 Houston Chronicle Weekend Preview--Page 3 [[Photo captions]] Katherine Ciesinski Kenneth Riegel Simon Estes [[end captions]] Ailey Deailey[[?]] SP U38137 657106 Classical: Three soloists to sing with symphony ONE OF the biggest events of the symphonic season comes this weekend when the Houston Symphony presents…

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Fanfare, November 1950

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and still stood reasonably intact. The stone roof had no holes that I could see, and the four walls had lost only a block here and there. It was really a sight to cheer the heart of a lost wanderer such as myself. I found the door in the side facing north after some difficulties, and after making a preliminary survey of the interior with my…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 6, August-October 1946

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van Vogt's new series. I like them, although the characterization seems to be accomplished in the manner so dear to Time reporters. Would this story have been better as a serial! The CAT AND THE KING by R.F. Jones; short; good. Very good writing for a short, but the story was a little bit too long. It brings out the interesting point that…

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Acolyte, v. 2, issue 4, whole no. 8, Fall 1944

tested his observations, he would regretfully have looked back at his discarded first hypothesis of freakishness - but in the end he would have had no choice: Ervool was indeed not evolved from man but from some reptilian ancestor, some reptile or reptilian creature no man of today ever saw, either in life or fossil. This conclusion would not have…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 1, December 1943

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FANTASY COMMENTATOR 9 sees in a painting the very face of her dream; this increases her nervous tension to such an extent that she is forced to take a rest-cure at a lonely seaside village. Here, to her dread, she comes upon the very terrain of her dream; and that evening, at her stopping-place, she is accosted at the door by one who turns out to…

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Acolyte, v. 3, issue 4, whole no. 12, Fall 1945

pages, single spaced typing, of the letters Howard wrote Lovecraft makes it clear that he met raw life in oil boom towns, in cow towns, and in travel about Texas. He was a big, solid hunk of man, able and willing to play a spectacular part in any brawl which might be forced upon him. while the things he met couldn't put a dent in his athletic…

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Le Zombie, v. 5, issue 3, whole no. 50, November-December 1942

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*(8)* FAN "FAME" --- AN ESSAY OF SORTS When two fans get together and one of them happens to mention a "fan poll", the other immediately thinks of one of four things: Fred Pohl the pro editor, Art Widner the Poll Taker, Jack Speer and his mad dash up a telephone poll (with auto), or the latest poll taken by some fanzine or other…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 7, Summer 1945

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FANTASY COMMENTATOR 149 ties of his story-idea. I have thought of many others, as have doubtless thousands of other readers. And so, too, have later fantasy writers. There was a very good yarn in Unknown Worlds magazine, as I recall, dealing with some further manifestations of the same impossible phenomenon of time-acceleration. Indeed, there is…

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Fantasy-News, v. 6, issue 17, whole no. 149, May 12, 1941

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Page Two FANTASY NEWS FANTASY NEWS is published every week by William S. Sykora. Address: P.O. Box 84, Elmont, N.Y. Editor: Will Sykora Associates: Jimmy Taurasi, Sam Moskowitz, Mario Racic, Jr. Rates: 3 issues for 10[cents], 8 issues 25[cents], 32 issues $1.00. Ad Rates: Full page $2, 1/2 page $1, 1/4 p. 50[cents] minimum. (NO STAMPS…

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Phanny, v. 3, issue 4, Spring 1945

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13 PHANNY 13 a pretty fair conception of the type of history you are talking about. They went to considerable pains to tie up the historical past with the present, and stressed relations between historical and present day activities and standards. This discussion of Statemanship is generally good, although I would not agree…

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SOURCES of INFORMATION LIBRARIES Libraries are marvelous masses of information, frustrating at first, but exciting as you begin to learn how to use them. I ant to mention a few of the services I've used. Both the Iowa City Library and the University of Iowa Library will be glad to take your recommendations for books and periodicals they should…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 2, issue 1, whole no. 5 April 1940

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11 VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION yet, but it looks swell. Boyohboyohboy, it does! (The greetings were a nice idea. Look nice. And where did you get the type they were printed with anyway?) (At the AMPAS. & what is the AMPAS? The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, for which Forry works.) Russ wants to know how I took the LASFL's…

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FMS Digest, v. 1, issues 1-5, February - July 1941

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M Z DIGEST Page Seven FANTASY MUSIC By James B. Blish Condensed from SPACEWAYS March & April, 1941 Arthur Bliss' score for the motion picture "Things to Come" is a recent example of a source of musical inspiration drawn upon by composers. Scientifictional subjects have a limited range for music--Prokofieff's Age of…

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Vantage Point, issue 2, May 20, 1945

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This to any of my readers who may be backward is the act of not telling a lie. Also of not perverting the facts so that only lies may be deduced from them. Let no one belittle the consequences of little strings of lies told consistantly, day in, year out. Look at Europe. A character sadly in need of the catharsis afforded by the MITM is the…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION! #8 38 May 9 ONWARD ESPERANTO! by Erdstelulov. This month I turn my column over to Mirta Forsto who has prepared a translation from the Universalanguage of the new play per la mondfama[[?]] autoro de "Rosumaj Universalaj Robotoj". Raid[[?]] [[illegible]] WHITE PLAGUE by the worldfamous Ceskslovenska dramatist is a drama…

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Fantasite, v. 2, issue 5, whole 11, May-June 1943

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THE FANTASITE ... 23 ASTRONAUTICS in ENGLAND FORREST J ACKERMAN Rocketry came to the fore on the British scene in 1933, when the British Interplanetary Society was formed to study the science of space-travel and convince the layman of the possibility of the conquest of "the void" via rocket. Though many members were engineers and…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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IMAGINATION! #7 38 Apr 15 RESURRECTION: "Messiah of the Cylinder" by Victor Rosseau Boy, Pennell; Girl, Esther; Dastard, Sanson nee Lazaroff. [Signed Frederick Skesyer] Flung into the far future by jilted scientist-suitor are Esther & successful swain Arnold Pennell. Trickt into entering the huge freezing cylinders of the spurnd…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 1, whole no. 1, January 1939

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Harry Warner Jr, Editor of Spaceways, a mag U will liked IMAGINATION!, for it is patternd after the last-named in a number of ways, even to the extent of an article about Esperanto, rocketry & stf, in Amcermanese, in its initial number...War-ner writes (from 311 Bryan Pl, Hagerstown/MD): "The last MADGE received, and thanks for the nice…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 3, September 1944

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48 FANTASY COMMENTATOR adept in the art of giving you the "creeps", and sees to it that you extract the last ounce of fearful delight from the thrill before he lets you down with a comfortable explanation. In "The Stone Ship," an excellent example of the author's skill, the crew of a windjammer, becalmed on a misty night a…

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Futurian War Digest, whole no. 15, June 1941

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION 9 FFF (Fantasy Fiction Field, the wkly illustrated news sheet, 1702 Dahill Rd, Bklyn, NY: more valuable to the fan even than Vom[underlined].). Send in a buck to Famous Fantastic Mysteries for a sub and the Finlay reproductions. Buy stamps for letters etc., etc.,…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 11, Summer 1946

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272 FANTASY COMMENTATOR Space, tesseract-men, Plane People, and the like. But pseudo explanations of how it's done should become increasingly difficult as the tools of semantic criticism become diffused among the masses of readers. 33. Adventures in Size: The atomic microcosm is already twenty years out of date, and has not been used much…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 4, December 1939

VOICE OF THE IMAGINATION 5 back-number shop, with the only illumination a precariously-perched-on-a-shelf kerosene lamp (no fooling!), and the were-wolves baying all around. And the talk of Lovecraft on the way home! Now, who could this "NYState fan" be, who said such a treasonous saying? You did the humane thing by omitting his name…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! #9 38 June 17 have a chance to make an off-the-record comment as well as the next guy. And I'd like to this time. (All x if we just run it anonymously?) ~~ I like your publication. It's amusing, and light enough to make the triviata interesting. I don't know exactly what your aims and plans are. The magazine…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! #3 DEC 37 Poleon's peculiar planes fell like beebeed birds but still there seemd no diminution in their nos. Then--without warning--the translucent airterrors raind destruction. From Cragmont we saw it all. soul-shattering sight! One minute the strong city lay lazyly on its many mountainets, serene, secure; the next it was an…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 8, August 1940

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION [Signature of Harry Schmaje] of 318 Stewart Rd, Muscatine, Iowa, irately rates & berates us thus: "Th nu VOM come yesterday, along with your rival top fan's mag. Sorry to say. his was the better uv th two. VOM is OK, but needs mor pages, and ful page covrs. Th covrs you hav ar too childish. Bac covr, I…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 5, June-July 1946

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PRELIMINARY APPRAISAL OF H.F. HEARD'S THE GREAT FOG by Donn Brazier After reading The Great Fog from Heard's collected stories, I reread and jotted down three pages of notes consisting of portals opening into interesting scientific byways. The story is a "what-if-this-should-happen-then-look-what-else-what-happen" story;…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 5, June-July 1946

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PRELIMINARY APPRAISAL OF H.F. HEARD's THE GREAT FOG by Donn Brazier After reading The Great Fog from Heard's collected stories, I reread and jotted down three pages of notes consisting of portals opening into interesting scientific byways. The story is a "what-if-this-should-happen-then-look-what-else-would-happen" story;…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 8, whole no. 8, May 1938

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IMAGINATION! #8 38 May 7 NEW ATTACK ON MICHELISM By Erick Freyor I should imagine from what I have heard & read relative to Michelism that it is merely a pastel pink shade derived from the more virile & certainly more strateforward Communisticrimson. The whole mess strikes me as author mild perturbation in the proverbial teapot,…

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Scientifictionist, vol. 1, issue 5, June-July 1946

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PRELIMINARY APPRAISAL OF H.F. HEARD'S THE GREAT FOG by Dean Brazier After reading The Great Fog from Heard's collected stories, I reread and jotted down three pages of notes consisting of portals opening into interesting scientific byways. The story is a "what-if-this-should-happen-then-look-what-else-would happen" story;…

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Acolyte, vol 1, issue 3, whole 3, Spring 1943

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At last the thing ended with a crash of discord, and a strained silence fell over the shadowy room. Baldwyn turned, face taut, and put his fingers to his lips. He pointed at the wall beyond the piano. At first I thought he was jesting, but when I saw his pale, handsome face drawn and worried, I glanced at the darkened walls and listened. For a…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 6, Spring 1945

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106 FANTASY COMMENTATOR Granting this, there is no reason why we should be slavishly bound to strict scientific law in our broadcast conceptions of the universe, and the door is thus left open for a renaissance of personal faith in the supernatural based on our individual intuitions and inclinations. Now, Lovecraft was cognizant of all that has…

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 1, whole no. 24, December 1941

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Scientifictionist, v. 2, issue 2, whole no. 8, March-April 1947

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BOOK REVIEW by Henry Elsner Jr. Forgotten Mysteries by R. DeWitt Miller Cloud Inc., Chicago, 1947, 202 pg., $2 1/2 After years of being badgered by everyone who has a solution to the question of what makes the universe go round, from Charles Fort to Richard Shaver, lovers of the off-trail and the supernormal will be glad to see a book that is at…

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Horizons, v. 3, issue 3, whole no. 11, March 1942

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HORIZONS ANOTHER YEAR OF UNKNOWN Some of Unknown's readers seem to prefer only those stories in which legendary and mythological fauna are brought into modern times. That sort of story is rapidly becoming worn out; after all, there are just so many creatures of superstition, and when each has been used several times in fiction it takes a…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 10, December 1940

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voice of the imagi VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION 5 letter in Ackermanese, but I haven't got the time to stop and figure it out--I'm dumb. Anyway, I have another way of making a mess out of this letter. How?--By just writing it. As youse most probibly know,--from reading SSp, my spelling--stinks. Yes, I type the majority of Sun…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 6, Spring 1945

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110 FANTASY COMMENTATOR but after long consideration, this writer cannot but place it at the top: it appears to meet all possible requirements and tests. Dulled a little in effect by its length, perhaps, but almost as great in its own way is the novel "At the Mountains of Madness." The acknowledged evidence of one-time tropical climate…

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Science Fiction Fan, v. 3, issue 12, whole no. 36, July 1939

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VAGABONDIA, STF by The Vagrant R.D. Swisher's checklist is bringing to mind no end of embarrassing incidents of fanmags that have been planned, announced or even started but never appeared. But it looks as if one years overdue publication may see the light of day after all. May, however, as it has looked as if it might appear long before…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 6, August-October 1946

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always fronted by columns very similar to the Grecian architecture. Jan. 42 brings the bee-hive topped glass glass igloo of the Europans with a prism surmounting it all. The dwellings previously depicted on the Sept, 40 back cover are also represented in the background - - this igloo, then, must be a new development. The back cover returns to…

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION 5 letter in Ackermanese, but I haven't got the time to stop and figure it out--I'm dumb. Anyway, I ahve another way of making a mess out of this letter. How?--By just writing it. As youse most probibly know,--from reading SSp, my spelling-- stinks. Yes, I type the majority of Sun Spots'…

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Fantasite, v. 1, issue 6, November-December 1941

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Fantasy Comentator, v. 1, issue 1, December 1943

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FANTASY COMMENTATOR 9 sees in a painting the very face of her dreams; this increases her nervous tension to such an extent that she is forced to take a rest-cure at a lonely seaside village. Here, to her dread, she comes upon the very terrain of her dream; and that evening, at her stopping-place, she is accosted at the door by the one who turns…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 4, December 1939

2 the convention was lost on him and he was bored stiff, I think. He thought Metropolis was fair but refused to say an awful lot about it. ~~ Anyway, he told me in his letter that he accidently double-exposed a roll of movie film he had shot at The World of Tomorrow and that the resulting montage was a horrible scramble. Aft5er describing it he…

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Science Fiction Weekly, v. 2, issue 2, May 26, 1940

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page six . THEIR OWN PETARD by H. C. KOENIG [illegible] RCM "PLANET OF BLACK TERROR" IN [illegible] Amazing Stories. Volume 14, No. 6: [illegible] (Jay Jackson: There's an artist with imagination or somethin! Take a look at his illustration for Repp's story. Ice and snow -- lots of it. And, yet the cute little trick with…

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Fan, whole no. 4, September 1945

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WEIRD AND FANTASY FICTION IN BOOKS By Samuel D. Russell "Weird fiction" is generally understood by fantasy fans to mean stories of supernatural horror -- tales of psychic creepiness, of preternatural phenomena and distortions of the accepted normalities of our sane universe, obeying higher laws we cannot begin to comprehend. The…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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14 ~~If I ever said anything complimentary about 'Fred Shroyer the man(?)' , Consider it rescinded. I still like his Michelism articles, but I'm beginning ta wonder what motivated his writing them. Does he feel about the matter as I do - which I won't bother to explain - or is he just another of those guys condemning anything…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 3, September 1944

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42 FANTASY COMMENTATOR stories hidden away in obscure, almost unobtainable magazines. I've merely done a bit of listing of some truly excellent stories that are well within the grasp of the average fan. There is not one story mentioned in this article that could not be obtained with a little patience in a good second-hand magazine shop or…

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Fantasite, v. 2, issue 3, whole no. 9, August-September 1942

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8....................................................THE FANTASITE The war may temporarily hamstring pulp fantasy, especially if victory does not come for four or five years. But no catastrophe has yet killed fantasy, which is undoubtedly the oldest branch of literature in the world, and one that is destined to continue long after many other…

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Scientifictionist, vol. 1, issue 5, June-July 1946

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SOME BOOKS FOR BRIDGES by Francis T. Laney Lynn Bridges more or less challenged [[?]] me to name "actual examples of stories which surpass the better pulps and which are science-fiction, not "fantasy." In one sense this is a tough chore, since there is considerable doubt in my mind whether his and my definitions of fantasy and…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick airplane crash correspondence, 1943-1972

1972-11-13: 31858060072406-09

Omaha, Nebraska November 13, 1972 Mr. Robert A. McCown Manuscripts Librarian The University Libraries Iowa City, Iowa Dear Mr. McCown: May I say again that I appreciated the opportunity of visiting with you the afternoon of October 27th and of reviewing the contents of your file on Nile. Many of the items I am familiar with and others were new to…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), v. 1, issue 2, April 1939

6 sound. Were his logic to be used basically, it would mean that any mis-use would be correct were enough people to use it. According to Speer then, Frankenstein is the monster which destroyed its creator, and not the man who made a monster. Juffus has confused the slow evolution of terms from mis-use into acceptance, which often takes place,…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 5, June-July 1946

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SOME BOOKS FOR BRIDGES by Francis T. Laney Lynn Bridges more or less [challenged?] me to name "actual examples of stories which surpass the better pulps and which are science-fiction, not fantasy." In one sense this is a tough chore, since there is considerable doubt in my mind whether his and my definition of fantasy and science-fiction…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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IMAGINATION! #9 38 June 13 RESSURECTION: A. Machen [[signature]]Frederick Shroyes[[?]] Too little has been said in praise of Arthur Machen. If anyone reads this column beside myself (& I might mention that I reread it quite often-& blush) they might take my advice & dig up a few of the yellow-bound bks of this Arthur Machen…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 7, June 1940

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10 See you in Chi, if our respective wheeled demons can make it....Re the first two words on p. 2, featuring I. Gotta Grouch's unagreed with letter, I gotta printed notice in my car (name of Jenny), which reads: 'We don't give a damn what Confucius say.' FS, possibly short. (No Reiss cracks, Wilson: I didn't Planet that…

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Scientifictionist, v. 1, issue 5, June-July 1946

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SOME BOOKS FOR BRIDGES by Francis T. Laney Lynn Bridges more or less challenges me to name "actual examples of stories which surpass the better pulps and which are science-fiction, not fantasy." In one sense this is a tough chore, since there is considerable doubt in my mind whether his and my definitions of fantasy and science-fiction…

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Acolyte, v. 2, issue 2, whole no. 6, Spring 1944

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"I understand you perfectly," Ward said soberly. "I still think the Ward Institute is a good idea, and so do you. I know that any time you want to get to work on the Institute, you'll only have to holler 'boo!' in my face, and the executors will turn my estate over to you shortly thereafter. I appreciate everything…

1972-04-08 Press-Citizen Article: 'Herrnstein's Theories Draw Another Crowd on Campus'

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Students for a Democratic Society, Herrnstein lecture, February-June, 1972

1972-04-08 Press-Citizen Article: 'Herrnstein's Theories Draw Another Crowd on Campus'

P-C April 8, 1972 Herrnstein's Theories Draw Another Crows on Campus By WILLIAM G. HLADKY Of the Press-Citizen The inherited intelligence theories of Prof. Richard Herrnstein attracted another large crowd on the University of Iowa campus Friday nigth - but this time the crowd did not protest Herrnstein's theories, but debated them. In…

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Imagination!, v. 1, issue 9, whole 9, June 1938

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16 th formr club's xistence or its foundr. See Ast 31 Jan for anouncemnt of BSC. Woud seem to me th SCB must'v been inceptd sometime aftr my litl Leag broke up (due to its leadr's broken helth), else, had a stf club for yungstrs xistd at th time I bilt up mine, I shoud undoutdly'v joined th othr. But Linus Hegenmiller & I…

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Fanfare, v. 1, issue 3, August 1940

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12 FANFARE when he is not straining himself to be satirical, he becomes quite effective, as with In Caverns Below and The Man from Tomorrow...David H. Keller possess the ability to insert one abnormal element into a story, while keeping the other elements normal. This method can yield good results for example, The Metal Doom and The Fireless…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 6, Spring 1945

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FANTASY COMMENTATOR 111 in our conception of the universe; they opened up endless vistas for the human mind to explore, and they could not help giving Lovecraft material to draw upon of which Poe could never have dreamt. Lovecraft's works can be characterized by saying that they are a blend of Poesque style, Dunsanian fantasy and contain a…

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Acolyte, v. 2, issue 4, whole no. 8, Fall 1944

tionally sharp blows; severing many fragments from his aggressor, who continued to fight with all his remaining members. The entire affair was reported by Mr. W. Lablache Talcum, his copy being revised by Horse Power Hateart. Throughout the event notes were taken by M. le Comte d'Erlette for a 200 volume novel-cycle in the Proustian manner,…

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Spaceways, v. 3, issue 5, whole no. 21, June 1941

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22 SPACEWAYS THE READERS ALWAYS WRITE Lines of Old French". Swisher doesn't either, except for Lovecraft. 'Ray for Swisher! R̲i̲c̲h̲a̲r̲d̲ ̲S̲.̲ ̲M̲e̲d̲h̲u̲r̲s̲t̲, 126, Finborough Road, .West Brompton, London, S. W. 10, England begins: About Michael's reviews in March '41, I see that, like everybody else who has…

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Science Fiction Weekly, v. 1, issue 10, April 12, 1940

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CITY DESK YOUR FANMAG REVIEWER SAYS: Miss that date, but don't miss -- Shangri-La, issue # 1, Science Fantasy Society, Box 6475 Metropolitan Station, Los Angeles, California (10[cents sign]). For a revival of the spirit of Imagination, in particular items by Morojo ("I Protest" -- a rebuttal to the article by Westerfield in…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 7, Summer 1945

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160 FANTASY COMMENTATOR Tips on Tales by Joyce Mayday Joan Grant's Winged Pharaoh (1938): Of rare literary value, this book stands securely on that foundation alone. But it has other praiseworthy qualities, the most important of which is a spiritual quality seldom found in modern fiction. It is written in the first person by a priestess who…

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Tesseract, v. 2, issue 1, January 1937

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tesseract you realize it or not, but that's exactly the position I occupy. I'm not afraid of any spacer in the system, and I'll defy them to the end. In turn, Commander, I warn you. Let none of your ships descend to my planetoid, or it will be to their destruction." For the moment it seemed his mask slipped, twinging…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 14, May 1941

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION 10 each (Elopo refers to pix snapt at Elarcy's Tallwood Plantation), and I'll donate them to you. I've got Milty playing with blocks, (say no more—let's have that one!) "The time and effort spent in printing will be more than repaid as I think of the time and effort you'll spend pasting them…

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Fantasy-News, v. 6, issue 9, whole no. 140, March 2, 1941

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FANTASY NEWS Page Three SCIENTIFILMS by Mario Racio, Jr. The new COLUMBIA Karloffilm, "The Devil Commends", opened at the RIALTO in N.Y. on Feb 13, Karloff plays the pert of a scientist seeking a method of communicating with the dead. His method consists of placing several corpses stolen from a local cemetery in metal suits…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 7, whole no. 7, April 1938

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WOW by Hodgepodgelkins Dead ahead the exciting sign over the hiway's center proclaimed TARZANA--our destination. "Now where do we go from here?" The service station attendant informed us we'd passed the object of our quest a quarter mile back.We [something] east... "Think that's it?" "Doesn't look much…

1951-11-13 Burlington Hawkeye Gazette Article: "Burlington's Human Relations Survey"

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Dorothy Schramm newspaper clippings, 1949-1955 (folder 1 of 2)

1951-11-13 Burlington Hawkeye Gazette Article: "Burlington's Human Relations Survey"

[[Handwriting]] BHG 11/13/51 [[Header in bold and italics]] Burlington's Human Relations Survey [[End bold and italics]] [[Subheading in bold]] An editorial from the Des Moines Register [[End bold]] [[Article text]] Burlington has done it again! Burlington and surrounding Des Moines county pioneered one of the first and most effective…

1951-11-13 Burlington Hawkeye Gazette Article: "Burlington's Human Rights Survey"

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Dorothy Schramm newspaper clippings, 1949-1955 (folder 2 of 2)

1951-11-13 Burlington Hawkeye Gazette Article: "Burlington's Human Rights Survey"

[[Handwriting]] BHG 11/13/51 [[Header in bold and italics]] Burlington's Human Relations Survey [[end italics]] [[subtitle]] An editorial from the Des Moin es Register[[end bold [[Article text]] Burlington has done it again! Burlington and surrounding Des Moines county pioneered pone of the first and most effective city-county health units in…

1951-11-04 Des Moines Register Editorial: "Burlington's Human Rights Survey"

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Dorothy Schramm newspaper clippings, 1949-1955 (folder 2 of 2)

1951-11-04 Des Moines Register Editorial: "Burlington's Human Rights Survey"

[[Top of page]] 6-A Nov. 4, 1951 [[Header]] Des Moines Sunday Register EDITORIALS [[Bold]] Burlington's Human Relation Survey. [[end bold]] [[Article text]] Burlington has done it again! [[Bullet]]Burlington and surrounding Des Moines county pioneered one of the first and most effective city-county health units in Iowa. [[Bullet]]The…

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D'Journal, v. 1, issue 1, January 1939

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LOS ANGELES LEAGUE TO ERECT HUGH TWENTY STORY SCIENCE FICTION TEMPLE: (Rumors leaking in to the effect that this LASFL are building a sky-scraper monument to STF, led us to inquire into hte matter. Desiring to give our readers a scoop, we wired Bradbury for details. He wired us back that the project was secret; to divulge was death! We then wired…

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Fantasy Commentator, v. 1, issue 10, Spring 1946

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250 FANTASY COMMENTATOR erally if we choose, or be regarded merely as an indication of the narrator's incipient madness. It relates of an obscure religious sect which years ago in England built an abortive imitation of the Tower of Babel, and of the peculiar and sinister optical effects this structure had on a latter-day travelling salesman.…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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18 your most interesting charm. And at last I have found out that Pogo is a member of your western clan and not an island. A. Ghoul's 'Dead Reckoning' is well worth the 1/4¢ the page it appeared on cost me. Charles Dee Hornig's writings are always welcome in this establishment and hope to see you bringing him along on…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no 17, August 1941

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION 15 Fraud[[?]], McCourt - a firstimer in our pgs, brings a fresh reaction to fmz. McCourt hails from 516W140St, NYC. "Dime enclosed, for a sample of your Voice. (Sample? We'll talk a green streak atcha for a dime!) " What a gamble, what a training in patience it is, to try to collect fanzines. After the…

1951-11-04 Des Moines Sunday Register Editorial "Burlington's Human Relations Survey"

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Dorothy Schramm newspaper clippings, 1949-1955 (folder 1 of 2)

1951-11-04 Des Moines Sunday Register Editorial "Burlington's Human Relations Survey"

[[Top of newspaper]] 6-A Nov. 4, 1951 [[Header in bold]] Des Moines Sunday Register [[end bold] Editorials [[Subheading in bold]] Burlington's Human Relations Survey. [[end bold]] [[Article text]] Burlington has done it again! [[Bullet]] Burlington and surrounding Des Moines county pioneered one of the first and most effective city-county…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 4, Summer 1945

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8 I believed Fantasy Magazine--constantly referred to in the letters' sections--was a professional magazine, and wasted much time in Woolworths, hunting amongst movie magazines for the desideratum. Since then, however, we have been hardened to hekto-ing and duplicating. Madge looks out of place. '' Another thing that is out of place…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 10, December 1940

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10 Scientists, as well as politicians, doctors, and priests, are capable of prostituting their professions. And I think that anyone who finds in a story of this kind a reflection on science itself is incredibly stupid. ~~ As a writer, I make this humble plea. PRO-SCIENCE is fine. But don't let it go overboard into fanaticism. ~~ …

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Spaceways, v. 4, issue 4, whole no. 27, April 1942

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SPACEWAYS 13 [Centered] ABC--STF things. Then the old woman takes the girl out, ostensibly to give her some brandy. When the two have been gone some time, and the whispers grow louder and more ghastly, he begins to suspect that all is not well. He rushes to the door and finding it not locked goes out and meets the old hag face to face.…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 10, December 1940

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Scientists, as well as politicians, doctors, and priests, are capable of pro stituting their professions. And I think that anyone who finds in a story of this kind a reflection on science itself is incredibly stupid. ~~ As a writer, I make this humble plea. PRO-SCIENCE is fine. But don't let it co overboard into fanaticism. ~~ I probably…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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IMAGINATION! #11 38 AUG 17 quite good, although I disagree with the final paragraph. Commercialization on a large scale has scarred and charred him; science-fiction, of all places, should be one field where no one is afraid or ashamed to discuss anything in their magazines. ~~Shroyer's column 'Resurrection' is quite good, and…

Some Notes On The Black Arts

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

Some Notes On The Black Arts

Some Notes on the Black Arts By Alojo Occultism, and the arts, sciences and crafts connected with it, is generally misunderstood by the laymen, and not really comprehended except by those who have been willing to devote a considerable amount of their time to the studies and researches required. Indeed, a person who dabbles slightly in any or all…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 12, whole no. 12, September 1938

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2 WAY OUT WEST Russ Hodgkins As all our regular readers are aware, we included a petition in "Madge" last month addressed to the Publisher, Astounding Science-Fiction, requesting the early publication of John W. Campbell Jr's 2 sequels to THE MIGHTIEST MACHINE. Many followed our invitation to mail these; as evidence Is JWC…

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 10, December 1940

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THE FAN WHO CRYD "WOLF!" ENGRAVING ON THE COVER, eh? Well! Bet U won't bliev a word we say after all the recent hoseplav. Nextime, another noveltv. Early in this coeditorial we want to give credit where credit's overdue. Many of U will remember just a few mos. ago the hue…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

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SUPPLEMENT VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION #24 SOME NOTES ON THE BLACK ARTS By Alojo Occultism, and the arts, science and crafts connected with it, is generally misunderstood by the laymen, and not really comprehended except by those who have been willing to devote a considerable amount of their time to the studies and researches required. Indeed a…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 11, whole no. 11, August 1938

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14 ---uh-follow me? ~~ Thank you, Herr Hornig, for squelching Monsier Michel a bit. ~~ Ah I nearly forgot to comment on Morojo's fine review. What I want to know is, why did she finish her review with kisses (XXXXXX--sic) and not even Sammy Moskowitz did? Perhaps this should be pursued- 'How now, Petruchio'? ~~ Greatly have I…

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Imagination, v. 1, issue 3, whole no. 3, December 1937

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IMAGINATION! #3 Dec 37 15 Forrest J AcKerman's FANTASCIENCE FILMART With Kuttnerian candor, Henry K reports re "4 FOREN PHANTASY FILMS & '4E'": At the outset I should like to state plainly that I'm writing this in English. Good English, too. My "thoughs" all contain "ughs" (ughs is rite! -- J),…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 10, December 1940

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THE FAN WHO CRYD "WOLF!"[Underlined] ENGRAVING ON THE COVER, eh? Well! Bet u won't bliev a word we say after all the recent horseplay. Nextime, another novelty. Early in this coeditorial we want to give credit where credit's overdue. Many of U will remember just a few mos. ago the end of lithograficolor on our coeds' pg…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 30, March 1944

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THE ROC OF GIBRALTER (Voice of the Recapitulation) This is a meditorial about that legendary brodingnagian bird. Synonymously noen as the Roc of Ages. Vom is that Roc. And fans may come & fans may grow out of fandom but Vom goes on forever. However! Of late a spate of criticisms has come up. "What is VOM coming to?" "Does VOM…

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Spaceways, v. 3 issue 3, whole no. 19, March 1941

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18 SPACEWAYS FANTASY MUSIC by JAMES B. BLISH Arthur Bliss' skilful score for the motion picture "Things to Come" is but a recent example of a source of musical inspiration drawn upon by composers of greater fame. Scientifictional subjects have a limited range for music--Prokofieff's Age of Steel is perhaps the closest…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick and Nile Kinnick Sr. letters to William C. Stuart, 1941-1983

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We didn't see much of Nile the rest of that semester. He lived in the fraternity annex and was busy with football and school work. As he was still a pledge, he had to put up with a some of "the pledge training" that the fall pledges were enduring. One night at dinner, Nile was required to stand on a chair and sing a fraternity…

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Ember, issue 32, February 10, 1947

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Newsstand Report: TRUE, Feb.1947, has article 'In Peril of the Sea', by Albert Richard Wetjen, which relates most of the usual sea mysteries --Marie Celeste, Cyclops, etc.-- but winds up with a tale which might have been taken straight out of Lovecraft. Deserted derelict, all things in order, but with strange green splotches on the deck,…

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Futurian War Digest, whole no. 15, June 1941

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8 JJ FORTIER, Director Golden Gate Futurians, 1836 - 39 Ave, Oakland, Cal: [underlined] "gulp ' ' That's about all I had to say concerning the latest issue. Just to show you what it did to my iron-boud policy of never buying fmz, here is 50 cents (LeZ once did the same thing). The best suggestion I have to offer at the moment…

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Voice of the Imagination, Denvention Special, 1941

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VOICE OF THE IMAGI-NATION 11 in the sense that future developments of them play a part of stf tales written today. But they are not stf in the sense that straight articles on them, as they are in the present stage, or might be in the immediate future, or again articles drumming up trade for them, as it were, really have a place in the imagination.…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, January-May 1942

1942-01-03: Front

Saturday Afternoon January 3, 1942 Dear SB: Your last letter, describing your flying experiences to date, lead me to believe that you are getting all that I felt you would and all that I should myself love to have. Boy, how I should like be right there with you. It gave a lift just to hear you describe it. Trust that you won't be forgetting…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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IMAGI-NATION 13 Bill Temple pencils a couple pgs from ITALY yet! Just to let you know that I seem to be getting most of what you've sent. The idiocies of Shangri L'Affairs and Forry's mad serial ("Madman of Mars", FAPA) contrast in a welcome way with the less pleasing idiocies out here. I have been devouring such…

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Fan, whole no. 4, September 1945

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The third great English weirdist of modern times is the ironic, scholarly antiquary, M.R. James, whose drily simple and realistic tales, available in the Collected Ghost Stories and the recent Tower Book, Best Ghost Stories of M.R. James, are probably the most incomparably original and genuinely horror-inspiring stories in the language. Of equal…

1971-02-13 DMR Article: ""Can't Identify Protesters"" ICPC Article: ""Vandalism""

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-02-13 DMR Article: ""Can't Identify Protesters"" ICPC Article: ""Vandalism""

Des Moines Register Sat., Feb. 13, 1971 CAN'T IDENTIFY PROTESTERS By Larry Eckholt (Register Staff Writer) IOWA CITY, IA - The director of the University of Iowa campus security department doubts whether many of the persons involved in Thursday night's destructive antiwar demonstration here will be identified. "We are…

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Iowa Women’s Lives: Letters and Diaries

Woman's Christian Temperance Union minutes, Grinnell, Iowa, 1913-1928

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-1942- April 1942 May 1942 The W.C.T.U met Apr. 21 with Ada Park. Mrs. Mitchell presided. Mrs. Watland had the devotions. At the business we read the names of the paid up members, and put a check mark ✓ by the names of each. Nellie Lincoln read an item about comics. We voted to send a condolence card to A.M. Burton and to Miss Grace Burton (one…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

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TABLE OF CONTENTS COVER: PFC JOE GIBSON HARRY WARNER JR: VOM IN DOGHOUSE WITHOUT NEW BONES OF CONTENTION...............3 GEORGES GALLET: WILL LAY WILLY LEY 2-TO-1 ON THE ROCKET GUN AS WAR. WEAPON......3 CATHERINE KUTTNER: WHEREIN "VOM" STANDS FOR "VOICE OF MOORE"...................4 LES CROUTCH: DESCRIBES HIS DEN OF FAN EQUITY…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

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VOICE OF THE bomb...(The gist of the rest of the article is that the long range rocket outlines the shape of the next war more clearly than any other weapon yet devised. A really long-range war in which nations would try to destroy each other with rocket barrages and without ever clashing on an actual battlefield) This is not intended…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 19, November 1941

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SHANGRI-L'AFFAIRES 13 Halloween. This is being typt direct on stencil in the LASFS Clubroom. An experiment in candid comment. Anyone is invited at anytime during the progress of the party to record a particularly funny pun or write about something laffable that just happened or—well, we leave it to your imagination! This page will be publisht…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

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VOICE OF THE bomb...(The gist of the rest of the article is that the long range rocket outlines the shape of the next war more clearly than any other weapon yet devised. A really long-range war in which nations would try to destroy each other with rocket barrages and without ever clashing on an actual battlefield) This is not intended to…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

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TABLE OF CONTENTS COVER: PFC JOE GIBSON HARRY WARNER JR: VOM IN DOGHOUSE WITHOUT NEW BONES OF CONTENTION.....3 GEORGES GALLET: WILL LAY WILLY LEY 2-TO-1 ON THE ROCKET GUN AS WAR.WEAPON.....3 CATHERINE KUTTNER: WHEREIN "VOM" STANDS FOR "VOICE OF MOORE".....4 LES CROUTCH: DESCRIBES HIS DEN OF FAN EQUITY (Credit Mel Brown…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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VOICE OF THE M. Zyph of Bx 105, Baraboo, Wis, who is no relation to Zyph-Davis, declares: You know, anytime I couldn't do better than Brimm does in #27, I'd sponsor an insert like 4e mentions. " In spite of 4e's doubts, it was a satisfactory editorial. Kepner has a good point. I, myself had a predjudice against S.F., Yet…

Back cover

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

Back cover

VOM most certain their destiny is leftwards. But, although I like Americans and although I have never met Russians, for my own future, for the future of my country and the world, if ever Gt. Britain has to choose between allying herself with a Russia of 20 years continued evolution from today, or an America of the same ---- I hope we ally…

Back cover

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

Back cover

VOM [[underlined]] most certain their destiny is leftwards. But, although I like Americans and although I have never met Russians, for my own future, for the future of my country and the world, if ever Gt. Britain has to choose between allying herself with a Russia of 20 years continued evolution from today, or an America of the same ----…

Inside back cover

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Voice of the Imagination (VOM), whole no. 12, March 1941

Inside back cover

POTPOURRI by 4e: Burroughs' first novel was written on the backs of envelopes & spare sheets of paper. Lovecraft, too, it would seem from Derleth's revelation re: the "Ward" ms., wrote all over the place. So, hoping to emulate these 2 acknowledged masters of fantastic fiction, & become famous, I am composing this column…

1943-04-08: Page 01

Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, March-October 1943

1943-04-08: Page 01

Thursday night, April 8, 1943 Dear SB: Your letter of April 1 requested that your savings account book be sent to Frank Williams, and I mailed it the same evening your letter was received. To-day I have it returned with a note from Mr. Williams saying simply that he had purchased your stock in accordance with instructions. One deduction was for…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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[handwritten] DI 12/6/67 Demonstrators should support McCarthy What was accomplished by Tuesday's demonstration? Some more provocation; some more brutality. Some more arrests; some more martyrs. Some more inflated egos; some more bruised bodies. But Dow remained on campus - as it had a right to - and the practical effect of the protest was…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Voice of the Imaination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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IMAGI-NATION (underlined, on left margin) 13 (on right margin) Bill Temple (handwritten cursive) pencils a couple pages from ITALY yet! (underlined) Just to let you know that I seem to be getting most of what you've sent. The idiocies of Shangri L'Affairs and Forry's mad serial ("Madman of Mars", FAPA) ((underlined…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

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IMAGI-NATION 5 To deal at random with VOM... one thing which tickled me immensely was Laney's description of the awful fate under whose shadow the commoners of fandom walk; to be criticised by one of the aristocracy in the fan press. Oh my. More seriously, I feel that all this argufying with its sly innuendoes and inferred superiorities…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 44, July 1945

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IMAGI-NATION 5 To deal at random with VOM... one thing which tickled me immensely was Laney's description of the awful fate under whose shadow the commoners of fandom walk; to be criticized by one of the aristocracy in the fan press. Oh my. More seriously, I feel that all this argufying with its sly innuendoes and inferred…

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Voice of the Imaination, whole no. 29, January 1944

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M. Zyph of Bx 105, Baraboc, wis, who is no relation to Zyph- Davis, declares: sponsor an insert like 40 mentions. " in spite of 40's doubts , it was a satisfactory editorial. Kepner has a good point . I, myself had a prejudice against S.F., range from excellent writing to slush, and from stereotype to perfect originality. It's a case…

1939-03-29: Page 01

Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick's correspondence with his family, January-June 1939

1939-03-29: Page 01

March 29, 1939, Omaha, Nebraska Dear S.B. Upon examination of the record I find that my last letter to you was on the 12th, and that since then you have written two splendid letters, on the 14th and 22nd, and a card on the 27th. Your chiding on our lack of response is not without some justification and of course there is no real excuse. My only…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 19, November 1941

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8 FOURTH ANNIVERSARY Alojo Esperanto alias of ARTHUR LOUIS JOQUEL 2D, of "Coventry Publications", 1426 W 38 St, Los Angeles, Cal, who sorta slantwise, or we might even say slan-wise, adreses an open letter to the hazel-headed witch (Witch Hazel) who has captured the imagination of the imagi-nation & whose fotos apear directly at the…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

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IMAGI-NATION 13 Rennv continues: "Feb. '42. All the photos were swell (ain't TIGRANA nice looking?). Harry Turner's got a devilish grin on his facel Bradbury got the best place tho!. Morojo looks hard at work, and 4e looks different every pic I see of him. Daugherty looks nuts, and Yerke looks hungry (or is that…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick correspondence, December 1942-March 1943

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Thursday afternoon January 7, 1943 Dear SB: Your first letter written at Quonset arrived at noon, and mother and I read It, together with, one from Ben, as we sat on the davenport basking in a rare warm sun. The recital of your trip from Norfolk, especially the experiences in New York, was highly interesting. In the sort of life that you are…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

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IMAGI-NATION 13 Renny continues: "Feb. '42. All the photos were swell (ain't TIGRINA nice looking?). Harry Turner's got a devilish grin on his face! Bradbury got the best place, tho'. Morojo looks hard at work, and 4e looks different every pic I see of him. Daugherty looks nuts, and Yerke looks hungry (or is that…

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Hevelin Fanzines

Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 23, June 1942

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12 VOICE OF THE And later, G. Chap Evans (short for "Genius Chap") rote us again (to be exact, 12 Apr): "When I received the mid Feb issue,,,and looked at the photo graphs on the cover, I made a mad dash through the pages in search of an index. I was in a hurry! I could not wait. I wanted to see who number eleven was.…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 23, June 1942

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IMAGI-NATION 13 LOUIS RUSSELL CHAUVENET 1920 Thomson Rd. Charlottesvllle, Va: A Vomissive.' "Larry Shaw's idea that women are entitled to special consideration, and that a woman, if evil, should not receive the same treatment which would be meted out to an evil man, is to my mind follv. The age of so-called chivalry is past;…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

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VOICE OF THE organization, and the nasty cracks he's been making about fans who want to unite? I quite agree that it's high time Fortier stop changing his mind with the temperature or stock market or whatever. It's ridiculous to alter opinions just for the sake of variety every week or two, as he does, and he's easily…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 23, June 1942

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GALATIC ROAMERS, now with the RCAF. ''damon knight: Snide made him famous overnite, winning him Daugherty's Denvention Award for Best Fan Humor of '41. Cofounder the NFFF. Graduated during last yr to pro-status as an artist for Lowndes. '' "3E": E EVERETT EVANS, our Grand Old Man of fandom; "to know him…

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Voice of the Imagination, whole no. 24, August 1942

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[[begin underline]] VOICE OF THE [[end underline]] organization, and the nasty cracks he's been making about fans who want to unite? I quite agree that it's high time Fortier stop changing his mind with the temperature or stock market or whatever. It's ridiculous to alter opinions just for the sake of variety every week or…

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Daily Iowan Newspapers

Daily Iowan, June 7, 1919

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Saturday, June 7, 1919 THE DAILY IOWAN, STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA PAGE THREE FRIDAY JUNE 13 Ticket Sale Limited No Flowers Senior Hop FORMAL TICKETS ON SALE AT WHETSTONE'S AND BY MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE COMPANY A ARMORY TICKETS $3.50 THE UNIVERSITY OF FIFTY YEARS AGO Listen, What They Had: Four Departments, 30 Instructors, and…

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Daily Iowan Newspapers

Daily Iowan, April 22, 1919

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Tuesday, April 22, 1919 THE DAILY IOWAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA PAGE FIVE [advertisement] Womens' Glee Club Concert NATURAL SCIENCE AUDITORIUM WEDNESDAY EVENING, April 23 ADMISSION 25 Cents 8:15 P.M. "LET'S GO! IOWA," TITLE OF PLAYLIST LAWS ARE TO GIVE Humor, Fun and Wit Vivify 1919 Jubilee to be Given Thursday at Englert…

1971-03-25 Daily Iowan Article: ""'One false move and somebody is dead???'"" Page 1

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-25 Daily Iowan Article: ""'One false move and somebody is dead???'"" Page 1

DI March 25, 1971 p. 1 (of 4) 'One false move and som Editor's Note: The incident that Bill Brashler reflects on in the following article is not a recent one; in fact, it happened nearly a year ago. Little has happened in that time, however, that would offer any hope that the attitudes of the Iowa City police or the Nixon administration…

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Daily Iowan Newspapers

Daily Iowan, January 5, 1919

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PAGE FOUR THE DAILY IOWAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA Sunday, January 5, 1919 LORD AND LADY ALGY SECURED TO APPEAR IN IOWA CITY SOON Eversham and Elliott With a Selected Company Are Coming Jan. 21 PLAY IS A LIVELY ONE Miss Elliott to Sail for England in April-Only Three Stops in This State Iowa City will have the opportunity of witnessing a rare…

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Renascence, v. 1, issue 1, August 1950

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THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE GOTHIC TALE By HAROLD BERTRAM The term "Gothic romance" is actually the appropriate title for the literary phenomenon which appeared in England in the latter half of the 18th century. These tales were essentially romances, typical products of the Romantic Age, utilizing Gothic type themes and subject…

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Daily Iowan Newspapers

Daily Iowan, May 29, 1919

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The Daily Iowan The Student Newspaper at the State University of Iowa VOL. XVIII--NEW SERIES VOL. III IOWA CITY, IOWA, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1919 PROFESSOR DILL TO CAPTAIN EXPEDITION TO PACIFIC ISLANDS ---------------------- University Taxidermist Will Leave This Week for Islands off Puget Sound ------------- MANVILLE ONE OF PARTY ------------- Seals,…

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Emil L. Rinderspacher selected papers, 1970-1971

Refocus '71 Page 13

highly ironical note, the seemingly selfish hero gives his life in a noble cause - for the despised white people. Tightly directed by Martin Ritt, brilliantly photographed by James Wong Howe, this new breed of Western offers first rate acting, salty dialogue, and very believable character development. MACAO 952 Tuesday/ March 23/ 2…

1970-04-29 Daily Iowan Article: ""ROTC--the April 18 incident, the April 29 impression"" Page 4

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1970

1970-04-29 Daily Iowan Article: ""ROTC--the April 18 incident, the April 29 impression"" Page 4

that room for hours trying to ( a "safe" place to have the mid ershing Rifles (elite ROTC drill conference day afternoon Colonel Blimp had ummer as about 150 yippies end convention his regularity, and his nion of the University pies in Iowa City? choked Colonel packs up us guns and leaves campus. Any attempt to "discipline"…

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University of Iowa anti-war protests, 1965-1967

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demonstration did not enter into his reasons for resigning, he said. In a letter to The Daily Iowa Thursday, Allaire said " Pres. Howard R. Bowen acted with astonishing irresponsibility on Wednesday and thus deserves to be compared to those police offcials in the South who used vicious dogs against civil rights demonstrators." No…

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Daily Iowan Newspapers

Daily Iowan, March 18, 1919

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Page Two The Daily Iowan State University of Iowa Tuesday, March 18, 1919 THE DAILY IOWAN A morning paper published for the period of the war three times a week - Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday - by The Daily Iowan Publishing company at 103 Iowa avenue, Iowa City ___________________________ Member Iowa College…

1971-03-25 Daily Iowan Article: ""'One false move and somebody is dead???'"" Page 3

Social Justice

University of Iowa anti-war protests, January-April 1971

1971-03-25 Daily Iowan Article: ""'One false move and somebody is dead???'"" Page 3

DI March 25, 1971 p.3 (of 4) and somebody is dead...' of the Old Capitol, their faces deadpan looking holes into the while their spokesman recap incident. He proceeded to con ot only the police but everyone with the week's events. "You to stage this carnival freak he said, "and manage only to own more wrath upon black…

1971-11-12 American Report: Review of Religion and American Power Page 27

Social Justice

Campus "Unrest" demonstrations and consequences, 1970-1971

1971-11-12 American Report: Review of Religion and American Power Page 27

AMERICAN REPORT 23-S Kent Legal Fund [italics] The following letter, asking for contributions to the recently established Kent State Legal Fund, is being mailed to denominational members of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. The appeal is signed by Mrs. Cynthia Wedel, N.C.C. president and Edwin Espy, general secretary.…

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Social Justice

Middle Earth various issues, 1967-1968

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Oglesby; Contemporary Defeat of Fiction cont. change it that he does so, or to provide it with a new purpose or even to defend an old meaning, but almost, rather, as if he aimed to resist events in themselves, to repulse History's impudent incursion upon his own private moral space, that inner sanctum in which the unsuspenseful but elegant…

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Social Justice

Sister Irene Munoz papers, 1973-2006

Los Desarriagados Article: ""Chicana Returns From China"" Page 2

History of Grants to Spanish Speaking People. The Federal assistance grants to the Spanish speaking community started in 1965 as a result of President Johnson's war on poverty. Prior to the war on poverty no federal programs of any kind had been specifically designed to assist the Spanish speaking of this nation. There were a number of…

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Nile Kinnick Collection

Nile Kinnick diary of service in the U.S. Naval Reserve Air Corps, December 3, 1941-February 25, 1942

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(Cover) The Spiral Composition Book No. 890-L