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Wonder Stories
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PublicationNovember 1934 | Price: $0.25 | Pages: 132 | Cover Artist: Paul
PublisherContinental Publications | Editor : Hugo Gernsback
Notes
  • Page numbers run 641-768.
  • Contents page states publication on the 1st of the preceding month.
  • Cover illustrates "One Prehistoric Night."
  • Cover art is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • Interior art is credited at the start of each story.
  • Story art for "Dawn to Dusk (Part 1 of 3)" on page 646 is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • Story art for "The Control Drug" on page 668 is credited to "Winter"; the artwork is signed "Lumen Winter."
  • Story art for "Valley of Dreams" on page 676 is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • Story art for "One Prehistoric Night" on page 692 is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • Story art for "Twenty-Five Centuries Late" on page 704 is credited to "Winter"; the artwork is signed "Lumen Winter."
  • "The Fall of the Eiffel Tower (Part 3 of 3)" is translated from the French by Fletcher Pratt. Story art on page 716 is credited to and signed "Paul."
  • "What Is Your Science Knowledge?" is a list of questions about science facts. With each is listed the story page number on which the answer can be found.
  • "The Science Fiction League" is a monthly department that discusses news related to or of interest to the club. It occasionally includes correspondence from readers.
  • "The Reader Speaks" is a letters column.
  • "Letter: Report of the 196th Convention" is a letter printed in "The Reader Speaks," but is a very short fictional work.
  • A letter "More Words Per Issue" on page 756 is attributed to "J. L. Burt" of Greenville, Mississippi which is possibly J. Lewis Burtt. Letter not entered as content due to the uncertainty of the author's identity.
  • "Science Questions and Answers" is also a letters feature, but deals more narrowly with science questions.
 
Page: 645The Wonders of Bio-Mechanics - essay by Hugo Gernsback
 
Page: 646Dawn to Dusk (Part 1 of 3) - serial by Eando Binder
Page: 646Dawn to Dusk (Part 1 of 3) - interior artwork by Paul
 
Page: 668The Control Drug - by Benson Herbert
Page: 668The Control Drug - interior artwork by Winter
 
Page: 675What Is Your Science Knowledge? (Wonder Stories, November 1934) - essay by uncredited
 
Page: 676Valley of Dreams - by Stanley G. Weinbaum
Page: 676Valley of Dreams - interior artwork by Paul
 
Page: 691|691.1Omega - poem by August W. Derleth
 
Page: 691|691.2New Metal Found in Meteors Called Aid to Chromium Plating Industry - essay by uncredited
 
Page: 692One Prehistoric Night - by Philip Barshofsky
Page: 692One Prehistoric Night - interior artwork by Paul
 
Page: 702The Growth Promoter - by Paul K. Chapple
 
Page: 704Twenty-Five Centuries Late - by Philip J. Bartel
 
Page: 704Twenty-Fice Centuries Late - interior artwork by Winter
 
Page: 716The Fall of the Eiffel Tower (Part 3 of 3) - serial by Charles de Richter
Page: 716The Fall of the Eiffel Tower (Part 3 of 3) - interior artwork by Paul
 
Page: 747The Martian Cry - poem by L. A. Eshbach
 
Page: 748Science Questions and Answers (Wonder Stories, November 1934) - essay by various
 
Page: 750The Science Fiction League (Wonder Stories, November 1934) - essay by uncredited
 
Page: 752Letter (Ackerman Explains) - essay by Forrest J. Ackerman
 
Page: 754|754.2Letter: Report of the 196th Convention - by Hoy Ping Pong
 
Page: 754|754.1The Reader Speaks (Wonder Stories, November 1934) - essay by various
 
Page: 755Letter (His Family Tree) - essay by J. Harvey Haggard
 
Page: 760|760.1Book Reviews (Wonder Stories, November 1934) - essay by uncredited
 
Page: 760|760.2Khan, Phantom Emperor of 1940 - by Jerome Oliver
Page: 760|760.2Khan, Phantom Emperor of 1940 - by uncredited
 
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