If – Worlds of Science Fiction – March, 1953 (Kenneth S. Fagg) [Featuring “Deadly City”, by Ivar Jorgenson]

Illustration by Edward Emshwiller, for Ivar Jorgenson’s story “Deadly City” (p. 25)

Illustration by Edward I. Valigursky, for Arthur G. Stangland’s story “The Black Tide” (p. 98)

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)

 

Astounding Science Fiction – August, 1948 (Alejandro Canedo)

Illustration by Edward Cartier, for Charles Harness’ story “Time Trap” (p. 7)

Illustration by Paul Orban, for Kenneth Gray’s story “Smaller Than You Think” (p. 32)

Illustration by William Timmins, for “Dreadful Sanctuary”, by Eric Frank Russell (p. 132).

Astounding Science Fiction – March, 1947 (Hubert Rogers) [Featuring “The Equalizer”, by Jack Williamson]

Illustration by Pat Davis, for Jack Williamson’s story “The Equalizer” (p. 6)

Illustration by Edward Cartier, for Poul Anderson and F.N. Waldrop’s story “Tomorrow’s Children” (p. 72)

Illustration by Paul Orban, for Isaac Asimov’s story “Little Lost Robot” (p. 111)

Illustration by Edward Cartier, for William Tenn’s story “Child’s Play” (p. 146)

Astounding Science Fiction – November, 1946 (William Timmins) [Featuring “Mehwu’s Jet”, by Theodore Sturgeon]

Illustration by Swenson, for A. Bertram Chandler’s story “Tower of Darkness” (p. 78)

Galaxy Science Fiction – February, 1964 (Edward Emshwiller) [Featuring “Grandmother Earth”, by J.T. McIntosh]

Illustration by Virgil Finlay for “Grandmother Earth”, by J.T. McIntosh (p. 9).

Illustration by John Giunta for “Shamar’s War”, by Kris Neville (pp. 44-45).

Illustration by John Giunta for “Shamar’s War”, by Kris Neville (p. 59).

Illustration by Dwight G. Morrow for “Oh, To Be a Blobel”, by Philip K. Dick (p. 91).

The Foundation Trilogy, by Isaac Asimov (Don-Ivan Punchatz)

Foundation – (1951), 1966 Edition

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Foundation and Empire – (1952), 1966 Edition

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Second Foundation – (1953)

Fantastic Stories of Imagination – July, 1962 (Edward Emshwiller) [Featuring “The Singing Statues”, by J.G. Ballard]

Illustration by Edward Emshwiller, for J.G. Ballard’s story “The Singing Statues” (p. 6)

Illustration by George Schelling, for Robert F. Young’s story “A Drink of Darkness” (p. 52)

Galaxy Science Fiction – October, 1966 (Dember)

Illustration by Virgil Finlay for “How The Heroes Die”, by Larry Niven (p. 59).

Illustration by Virgil Finlay for “How The Heroes Die”, by Larry Niven (p. 71). Illustration by Jack Gaughan for “A Recursion in Metastories”, by Arthur C. Clarke (p. 87).