Out of the Unknown, by A.E. van Vogt and Edna Mayne Hull – April, 1948 [Roy Hunt]

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“The Sea Thing”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Charles McNutt) – page 2.

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“The Sea Thing”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Charles McNutt) – page 23.

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“The Wishes We Make”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 32.

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“The Wishes We Make”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 33.

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“The Witch”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Charles McNutt) – page 56.

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“The Witch”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Neil Austin) – page 69.

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“The Patient”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 80.

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“The Patient”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 81.

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“The Ultimate Wish”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Charles McNutt) – page 90.

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“The Ultimate Wish”, by Edna Mayne Hull (art by Roy Hunt) – page 103.

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“The Ghost”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Roy Hunt) – page 108.

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“The Ghost”, by A.E. van Vogt (art by Roy Hunt) – page 115.

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Astounding Science Fiction – December, 1942 (Featuring “The Weapon Shop”, by A.E. van Vogt) [Hubert Rogers]

“The finest energy weapons in the known universe.”

Illustration by William A. Kolliker, for A.E. Van Vogt’s story “The Weapon Shop” (p. 9)

Illustration by William A. Kolliker, for A.E. Van Vogt’s story “The Weapon Shop” (p. 22)

Illustration by Paul Orban, for Edna Mayne Hull’s story “The Flight That Failed” (p. 29)

Illustration by Charles Schneeman, for Frank Bellknap Long’s story “To Follow Knowledge” (p. 87)

Illustration by Paisilang R. Isip, for Robert Moore Williams’ story “Johnny Had a Gun” (p. 99)

Astounding Science Fiction – June, 1943 (William Timmins) [Featuring “The World Is Mine”, by Lewis Padgett]

Illustration by Paul Orban, for Edna M. Hull’s story “Competition” (p. 47)

Illustration by Paul Orban, for Edna M. Hull’s story “Competition” (p. 54)