File:Weird Tales volume 42 number 04.djvu

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English: Scanned copy of the pulp magazine Weird Tales (May 1950, volume 42, number 4). This scan omits three works because their individual copyrights were [re]claimed by the contributing authors at the end of the first [PCW] copyright term: "Tell Your Fortune" by Robert Bloch, "The Last Three Ships" by Margaret St. Clair and "The Man on B-17" by August Derleth.
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Author Weird Tales, Inc., New York, NY
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Contents[edit]

  • "Tell Your Fortune" by Robert Bloch
  • "Djinn and Bitters" by Harold Lawlor
  • "The Round Tower" by Stanton A. Coblentz
  • "The Last Man" by Seabury Quinn
  • "The Triangle of Terror" by William F. Temple
  • "The Monkey Spoons" by Mary Elizabeth Counselman
  • "The Last Three Ships" by Margaret St. Clair
  • "At the End of the Corridor" by Evangeline Walton
  • "The Man on B-17" by August Derleth (as Stephen Grendon)
  • "Mr. Hyde—and Seek" by Malcolm M. Ferguson
  • "Luna Aeternalis" by Clark Ashton Smith

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current00:23, 3 August 2013Thumbnail for version as of 00:23, 3 August 20131,250 × 1,800, 92 pages (4.73 MB)George Orwell III (talk | contribs)redact pages still under copyright protections;
19:33, 23 July 2013Thumbnail for version as of 19:33, 23 July 20131,250 × 1,800, 76 pages (2.65 MB)AdamBMorgan (talk | contribs)Redacted a short story after it turned out to be still under copyright.
07:17, 25 November 2011Thumbnail for version as of 07:17, 25 November 20111,250 × 1,800, 92 pages (3.19 MB)File Upload Bot (Magnus Manske) (talk | contribs){{Information | Description = {{en|Scanned copy of the pulp magazine Weird Tales (volume 42, number 4). This scan omits one work because the copyright was renewed by the author.}} | Date = | Source = http://ia700805.us.archive.org/7
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