DescriptionRobert A. Heinlein: The Past Through Tomorrow Future History Stories. (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1967), first edition, 667 pages, blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine, 8vo (5.5" x 8.5"), first issue $5.95 dust jacket (in protective Mylar). According to the inner flap of the dust jacket, this omnibus edition collects "in chronological order for the first time - twenty-one stories, novellas and novels" concerning Heinlein's future history world, spanning over twenty years of the Grand Master's career. The copy presented here is in fine condition, with very minimal wear to the edges. Text block is tight and clean. The dust jacket shows some edge wear, with a small chip out of the spine head, else fine. A one-stop shop for anyone interested in Heinlein's future history stories. From the Ventura Collection.
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