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Analog: Science Fiction/Science Fact




July 1991


Fastier-Salive Sci Fi Collection, Special Collections


New York: Davis Publications


There are now over 3500 Science Fiction (SF) items in Special Collections. This is just one of the hundreds of Astounding/Analog magazines that were donated by Rachel Salive, wife of the SF collector Hal Salive. Dr Salive was born in the United States and lived in Waikanae, near Wellington. During his career as a collector, he lectured on SF. Astounding Science Fiction was first published in January 1930 and later morphed into Analog. The issues donated extend from March 1930 to September 2012, and features stories by writers such as Robert A. Heinlein (1907-88), L. Ron Hubbard (1911-86), Harlan Ellison (b. 1934), and Harry Turtledove (b. 1949). They are proving to be a great and colourful resource.


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