Title: SCIENCE WONDER Stories: February, Feb. 1930
Publisher: Stellar Publishing Corp., NY
Publication Date: 1930
Binding: Single Issue Magazine
Book Condition: Good+ to Very Good-
Vol. 1, No. 9. Bedsheet-sized pulp. Edited by Hugo Gernsback. Cover art by Paul for "The Land of the Bipos" by Francis Flagg. Includes "Editorial: Can Man Free Himself from Gravity?"; "A Rescue from Jupiter" (pt. 1 of 2) by Gawain Edwards; "Can Man Free Himself From Gravity?" (a symposium conducted by Dr. Th. Wolff with comment by Prof. R. H. Goddard); "Streamers of Death" by Henrik Dahl Juve; "The World of a Hundred Men" by Walter Kateley. Features: "Science News of the Month"; "Science Questions and Answers"; "The Reader Speaks"; "What Is Your Science Knowledge?" Letters from Walter Kateley and others. Illustrated by Paul & Win. Cover glued on at hinge; corners worn with creasing; about 1.5" losses at spine ends; minor edge tears with wear. Bookseller Inventory # PI782
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