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Image for AMAZING STORIES. 1936, April—A PROFESSOR JAMESON STORY.

AMAZING STORIES. 1936, April—A PROFESSOR JAMESON STORY.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Seller ID: 476


Leo Morey cover features LABYRINTH—by Neil R. Jones, a PROFESSOR JAMESON story., additional fiction by Edmond Hamilton. Nice copy with fully intact bright white spine. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1933, Dec.

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Seller ID: 457


NEIL R. JONES—"Time's Mausoleum" cover story. Spine fully intact, cover poorly trimmed, quarter-sized chip missing from front cover; back cover present but detatched.; lightly browned at edges. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1934, October. Click on PULPS in Categories for additional AMAZING, issues.

By: N/A

Price: $60.00

Seller ID: 468


Features a very weird cover by Leo Morey for P. Schuyler Miller's—THE POOL OF LIFE. A V.g. copy. Untrimmed, nice spine. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1935, Aug.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Seller ID: 448


Leo Morey cover for THE GOLDEN PLANETOID by Stanton Coblentz.. V.g. Fully intact spine. View more info

Image for AMAZING STORIES.  1935, July.

AMAZING STORIES. 1935, July.

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Seller ID: 451


Leo Morey cover—INNER WORLD by A. Hyatt Verrill. . NEIL R. JONES and others. Spine fully intact. Small chip else v.g. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1934, DEC.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Seller ID: 452


Morey cove—THE RAPE OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM by Leslie F. Stone. Additional tales by COBLENTZ, NEIL R. JONES. One small chip at spine. V.g. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1935, April

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Seller ID: 469


Cover art Leo Morey, for story—THE SUNLIGHT MASTER by E.J. Van Name. V.g., copy with one 1/2" piece missing from spine. View more info

Image for AMAZING STORIES. 1934, November.

AMAZING STORIES. 1934, November.

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Seller ID: 470


Cover story, LAND OF TWILIGHT by Robert Page Preston. Nice dinosaur Cover by Morey. V.g.-, View more info

Image for AMAZING STORIES. 1935, May.—DAVID H. KELLER—The White City.

AMAZING STORIES. 1935, May.—DAVID H. KELLER—The White City.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Seller ID: 471


Morey cover art for LINERS OF TIME by John Russell Fearn. V.g.+ Fully intact spine. View more info

Image for AMAZING STORIES. 1936, August. HENRY HASSE—He Who Shrank.

AMAZING STORIES. 1936, August. HENRY HASSE—He Who Shrank.

By: N/A

Price: $45.00

Seller ID: 473


There were few notable exceptions to the melodramatic, stereotypic "BEM" Bug Eyed Monster stories which characterized the pre-Golden Age, but THE MAN WHO SHRANK was one of these exceptions. Henry Hasse is little known today, not because his writing was inferior, but only because he was primarily a short-story writer and not a terribly prolific one, publishing less than twenty stories after the 1940's. But he influenced Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov , and was highly regarded by his peers. This story was, featured in Isaac Asimov's book—BEFORE THE GOLDEN AGE, noteworthy stories before the Joh... View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1937, June.

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Seller ID: 474


Cover by Leo Morey for MURDER BY ATOM by Joseph W. Skidmore, additional tales by Miles J. Breuer, MD. Vg _ — Near Fine. Nice bright, fully intact spine. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1936, November/December. UNCERTAINTY—Complete!

By: (JOHN W. CAMPBELL)

Price: $95.00

Seller ID: 467


First appearance of UNCERTAINTY—by John W. Campbell. Cover by Morey. Both issues Near fine—nice copies. Spines fully intact. View more info

Image for AMAZING STORIES.  1934, July/August—LIFE EVERLASTING—Complete!

AMAZING STORIES. 1934, July/August—LIFE EVERLASTING—Complete!

By: (KELLER, David H.)

Price: $50.00

Seller ID: 459


Cover story, DAVID H. KELLER—"Life Everlasting"—Part I. One chip from front cover and a few closed tears; spine fully intact. Good +, copy. August issue, v.g. Untrimmed. Nice spines. View more info

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THE TRYOUT. Aug., 1932. Vol. 15., No. 1

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P).

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Haverhill, MASS, C.W. Smith:

Seller ID: 619


H.P. LOVECRAFT'S aunt Lilian has died. It shows the level of continued committment that HPL had to Amateur Journalism that he notified the organization ( or was it simply C.W. Smith with whom he had a personal and lengthy relationship with) that his aunt had died. I do think that Lovecraft had a better rapport with his aunts than he ever did with his mother. Also poetry by Kuntz & Goodenough. HPL06/17 View more info

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THE TRYOUT. Aug., 1934. Vol. 16., No. 7.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P).

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Haverhill, MASS, C.W. Smith:

Seller ID: 626


C.W. Smith notes two mentions of Lovecraft: "James F. Morton . . . spent three days in Providence as a guest of HPL where a 'talk feast' was held; and "HPL has returned home after an extended jaunt. . . visiting friends and historical places;" also poetry by HPL clients Eugene B. Kuntz and Arthur Goodeough. Tributes to Edith Miniter who died the previous month.Folded for mailing. String-tie still present. HPL06/17 View more info

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THE TRYOUT. Oct., 1934. Vol. 16., No. 9.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P).

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Haverhill, MASS, C.W. Smith:

Seller ID: 627


A brief mention of Lovecraft on the last page - A LETTER - Drusilla Crankshaw, noting HPL's visit to Nantucket. Wonder if he wrote any limericks while there? Poetry from HPL clients Eugene B. Kuntz and Arthur Goodeough. Folded for mailing. String-tie still present. HPL06/17 View more info

Image for THE TRYOUT.  Sept., 1936. Vol. 18., No. 1.

THE TRYOUT. Sept., 1936. Vol. 18., No. 1.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P).

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Haverhill, MASS, C.W. Smith:

Seller ID: 629


One very brief mention of Lovecraft visiting Robert Barlow. Nice copy with string tie. HPL06/17 From the Hyman Bradofsky collection. View more info

Image for THE TRYOUT.  July, 1937. Vol. 18., No. 8.

THE TRYOUT. July, 1937. Vol. 18., No. 8.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P).

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Haverhill, MASS, C.W. Smith:

Seller ID: 630


LOVECRAFT's passing is keenly felt by C.W., Smith as he remembers - "It may not be generally know that Howard P. Lovecraft's first weird tales were printed in Tryout. THE TERRIBLE OLD MAN and THE TREE, and IN THE VAULT."A nice copy. String-tie still present. HPL06/17 From the Hyman Bradofsky collection. View more info

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THE TRYOUT. [May]., 1937. Vol. 18., No. 6.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P).

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Haverhill, MASS, C.W. Smith:

Seller ID: 631


Lovecraft's death reverberates like a shock wave thru Amateur Journalism; Willard Wylie writes: "I know of H.P. Lovecraft but I never met him. I have had a consciousness of his literary ability not only in the amateur press but in the larger sphere of professional activities in which he acquired a worthy reputation. . " C. W.Tryout Smith writes yet again in his essay - HOWARD PRESCOTT LOVECRAFT - (Ya' gotta love old Smith!) - "A genius has been taken from among us. If there were ever one in amateur journalism it was Howard Prescott Lovecraft. . a 2-1/4 page remembrance by Smith, very heartfelt... View more info

Image for THE TRYOUT.  Apr., 1939. Vol. 19., No. 9.

THE TRYOUT. Apr., 1939. Vol. 19., No. 9.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P).

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Haverhill, MASS, C.W. Smith:

Seller ID: 632


A three-page article by C.W. Smith entitled "Passed On" where he comments on the loss of Goodenough, Lovecraft and Clemence. . . "Lovecraft . . . as a writer in every line of literature, there were few his superior. As a writer of weird stories, he excelled."Folded for mailing. String-tie still present. HPL06/17 From the Hyman Bradofsky collection. View more info