"Ralph 124C 41+ ["One two foresee for one"]"

Title"Ralph 124C 41+ ["One two foresee for one"]"
Year for Search1911
AuthorsGernsback, Hugo (1887-1964)
Secondary TitleModern Electrics (New York)
Volume / Edition4.1 - 12
Pagination19-20; 83-87; 165-68; 229-33; 293-96; 357-61; 419-22; 497-500, 516; 593-96, 616; 689-92; 787-90, 796; 881-86
Date PublishedApril 1911 - March 1912
KeywordsLuxemburg author, Male author, US author
Annotation

Technological eutopia.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. with the subtitle A Romance of the Year 2660. New York: Stratford Co., 1925, with a “Preface” by Hugo Gernsback (3-5); and in Amazing Stories Quarterly 2.1 (Winter 1929): 4-53; 2nd ed. New York: Frederick Fell, 1950, with a different “Preface” by Hugo Gernsback. Rpt. illus. Paul. Merril. New York: Fawcett, 1958 with an unpaged “A Preview of Tomorrow” by Fletcher Pratt; and Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2000, with an “Introduction” by Jack Williamson (vii-xi), the two Gernsback prefaces (xiii-xix), and a “List of Specially Named Inventions and Technological Devices” (295-300).

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Author Note

The author (1887-1964) was born Hugo Gernsbacher in Luxemburg an emigrated to the U. S. in 1904

Full Text

1911-12 Gernsback, Hugo (1887-1964). “Ralph 124C 41+ [“One two foresee for one”].” Modern Electrics (New York) 4.1 - 12 (April 1911 – March 1912): 19-20; 83-87; 165-68; 229-33; 293-96; 357-61; 419-22; 497-500, 516; 593-96, 616; 689-92; 787-90, 796; 881-86. Rpt. with the subtitle A Romance of the Year 2660. New York: Stratford Co., 1925, with a “Preface” by Hugo Gernsback (3-5); and in Amazing Stories Quarterly 2.1 (Winter 1929): 4-53; 2nd ed. New York: Frederick Fell, 1950, with a different “Preface” by Hugo Gernsback. Rpt. illus. Paul. Merril. New York: Fawcett, 1958 with an unpaged “A Preview of Tomorrow” by Fletcher Pratt; and Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2000, with an “Introduction” by Jack Williamson (vii-xi), the two Gernsback prefaces (xiii-xix), and a “List of Specially Named Inventions and Technological Devices” (295-300). PSt

Technological eutopia. The author was born Hugo Gernsbacher in Luxemburg an emigrated to the U. S. in 1904.