Startling Stories – Decorative Art of the 40s and 50s

November, 1948 – page 130

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May, 1949 – page 157

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July, 1950 – page 159

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September, 1950 – page 29

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September, 1950 – page 157

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September, 1952 – page 105

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January, 1953 – page 60

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January, 1953 – page 72

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Astounding Science Fiction – Decorative Art of the 40s and 50s

B r a s s  T a c k s

October, 1941, by unknown artist (probably Camp, Kolliker, Orban, or Rogers)

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January, 1943, probably by Charles Schneeman.

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December, 1951, by Edward Cartier (First appearance January, 1950)

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T h e  R e f e r e n c e  L i b r a r y

December, 1953, by Edward Cartier (First appearance December, 1951)

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S h i p s  o f  S p a c e

September, 1945, by unknown artist

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December, 1947 (Masthead), by unknown artist

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January, 1948, by unknown artist (only known appearance between 1948 and 1955)

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R a n d o m  A r t

September, 1945, by unknown artist

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February, 1950, by Brush (First appearance October, 1949)

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July, 1952, by Paul Orban (First appearance?)

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December, 1952, by unknown artist (First appearance March, 1951)

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October, 1953, by unknown artist (First appearance?)

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A d v e r t i s e m e n t s

Gnome Press

September, 1951, by Edward Cartier (First appearance April, 1951)

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Astounding Science fiction

“Moving?  Going to have a new address?”

January, 1952, by Edward Cartier (First appearance May, 1951)

 

Penguin Classics (Various and Varied Illustrations)

 

Ethics, by Aristotle (Translated by J.A.K. Thomson)

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Alcestis, Iphigenia in Tauris, and Hippolytus, by Euripides (Translated by Philip Vellacott)

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The Histories, by Herodotus (Translated by Aubrey de Selincourt)

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The Iliad, by Homer (Translated by Emile V. Rieu)

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The Odyssey, by Homer (Translated by Emil V. Rieu)

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The Jewish War, by Josephus (Translated by G.A. Williamson)

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Daphnis and Chloe, by Longius (Translated by Paul Turner)

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Gorgias, by Plato (Translated by W. Hamilton)