3 edition of radiobuster found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Volney G. Mathison.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.M427 Ra|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l, 182 p.|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||24004697|
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The Radiobuster by Volney G. Mathison. My rating: 5 of 5 stars. This is a great book that I happened to stumble upon. I've been looking for a book that talks about life as a commercial radio operator but have found few. This book approaches my expectations although I wish The Radiobuster. Nautical Fiction. Refine search results Skip to search results. Search within these results: Go. Refine Search. Sort by. Gallery View List View selected. Results.
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The Radiobuster book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Being some of the adventures of Samuel Jones, Deep Sea Wireless Operator.5/5. Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mathison, Volney G.
Radiobuster. New York, Frederick A. Stokes, (OCoLC) InMathison wrote the fictional short story "A Phony Phone", which was published in Radio News edited by Hugo Gernsback. Inhe wrote the fictional book The Radiobuster: Being Some of the Adventures of Samuel Jones, Deep Sea Wireless Operator.
The book is listed in American Fiction, A Bibliography. Mathison's story "The Death Bottle" was published in Weird Tales in March Known for: Inventor of the E-meter. Volney G. Mathison is the author of The Radiobuster ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published ) and The Secret Power Of The Crystal Pendulum (4 /5.
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Mathison, Volney G. THE RADIOBUSTER: BEING SOME OF THE ADVENTURES OF SAMUEL JONES, DEEP SEA WIRELESS OPERATOR. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, Octavo, pp. original brown cloth, front and spine panels stamped in blue.
First edition. Episodic novel of the adventures of an itinerant West Coast brass pounder (wireless operator) set in various locales, mostly. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Picture This: How Pictures Work by Molly Bang (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products!5/5(3). The Radiobuster: Being Some of the Adventures of Samuel Jones, Deep Sea Wireless Operator MATHISON, Volney G.
Terms • Ask a Question. click to zoom. New York: Stokes, 12mo. Brown cloth, stamped in blue. 1st edition. Bleiler p. Foxing on endpapers, small darkend rectangle on front endpaper where clipping was laid in; else.
Volney's list of published works include How to Achieve Past Life Recalls, The Future is!, The Secret Power of the Crystal Pendulum, Practical Self-Hypnosis, The Secret of Lourdes Revealed, Creative Image Therapy, The Power and Glory of Sex & Radiobuster (a SF novel).
Book Condition: Very Nice Condition. Light Wear. Interior Also Very Nice. The inventor of the e-meter wrote extensively for a wide range of pulp magazines, but preferred to be remembered for his unremarkable contributions to early Science Fiction.
His invention is said to have made it's first appearance in one of those stories, where it. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
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It will be called AFR Central. InMathison wrote the fictional short story "A Phony Phone", which was published in Radio News edited by Hugo Gernsback. Inhe wrote the fictional book The Radiobuster: Being Some of the Adventures of Samuel Jones, Deep Sea Wireless Operator. The book is listed in American Fiction, A Bibliography.
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KVI is the fictitious coast station on Unga Island that is the topic of Volney G. Mathison's book "The Radiobuster - Being Some of the Adventures of Samuel Jones, Deep Sea Wireless Operator". While contemptible as literature it undoubtedly holds pride of place as the only novel written about the trials of a radioman at a fisheries radio station.
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Abbey • review by Everett F. Bleiler. Mathison followed that up with his first (and perhaps only) hardbound novel, The Radiobuster, Being Some of the Adventures of Samuel Jones, Deep Sea Wireless Operator (Frederick K.
Stokes Company, ). Descriptions of the book suggest that it's a kind of twentieth century Odyssey. It even includes a trip to Mars. InMathison wrote the fictional short story "A Phony Phone", which was published in Radio News edited by Hugo Gernsback.  Inhe wrote the fictional book The Radiobuster: Being Some of the Adventures of Samuel Jones, Deep Sea Wireless Operator.
 The book is listed in American Fiction, A Bibliography.  Mathison's story "The Death Bottle" was published in Weird. Mail the coupon now -the book is absolutely free! Radio Institute of America, Dept. R. A. 1, Broadway, New York, N. Y. Radio Institute of America Dept. R.A.I Broadway, New York, N.
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