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Galaxy Science Fiction August 1951

Galaxy Science Fiction August 1951

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Galaxy Science Fiction August 1951: Beyond Bedlam - First Printing -

by Wyman Guin, Various

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Galaxy, 1951. soft. Good. 5.5"" X 7.5"". Galaxy Science Fiction Date and Numbering: Vol. 2 No.5 August 1951 Size and Page Count: 5.5"" X 7.5"" Tall App. 150 pages Condition: Good , a little red ink on front cover, inside pages have some age yellowing Articles and Information:

The Pilot an the Bushman by Sylvia Jacob

Operation Distress by Lester de Rey

A Little Journey by Ray Bradberry

Beyond Bedlam by Wyman Guin FIRST PRINTING! Later in 1972 Beyond Bedlam was published as a short novel and in 1994 as a Movie and many more!


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Galaxy Science Fiction August 1951
Wyman Guin, Various
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