Golden Age Sci-Fi mss., 1935-1956.


Golden Age Sci-Fi mss., 1935-1956.

Consists of revised and copy-edited typescripts, galley proofs, and correspondence for approximately fifty short stories and novellas published in various science fiction magazines from the "Golden Age of Science Fiction," including Galaxy, Beyond Fantasy Fiction, Other Worlds, Fantasy & Science Fiction, Unknown Worlds, Universe Science Fiction, IF, and other magazines.

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SNAC Resource ID: 8176111

Indiana University

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