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    [Forrest J Ackerman, H. G. Wells, et al.]. The Gernsback Awards 1926. Volume I. Los Angeles: Triton Books, 1982. First edition. Inscribed and signed by Forry Ackerman "In memory of / Hugo Gernsback / Forrest J Ackerman" on the title page. Additionally signed by eighteen other science fiction luminaries and fans on each side of the rear endpaper, including, but not limited to: Hal Clement, Sam Moskowitz, Isaac Asimov (twice), Oswald Train, L. Sprague de Camp, Jack Williamson, David Kyle, Harry Harrison and Donald Wollheim. Also signed by "First Fandom" members John V. Baltadonis, Ray Beam, Lloyd Arthur Eshbach, Mike Fogaris and Paul Herkart. Octavo. 309 pages plus colophon. Publisher's red leather with gilt spine titles. Original pictorial dust jacket. Fine. From the Jerry Weist Collection.

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