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NATIONAL tv set in science fiction

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Georg Richter
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Milton Lesser (born August 7th 1928 in Brooklyn, NY, died February 22nd 2008  in Williamsburg, Virginia) was author of (science) fiction stories and wrote also under the pseudonyms Stephen Marlowe, Adam Chase, Andrew Frazer, C.H. Thames, Jason Ridgway, Ellery Queen, Lee Francis, Darius John Granger, Ralph Burke,
Alexander Blade and S.M. Tenneshaw ...

In 1947 (or 1951?) he wrote (as Stephen Marlowe) the short fiction "Somewhere I'll find you" which was issued in Germany as "Jagd durch die Welten" {Hunting through the worlds} in 1966 as no. 468 in the "utopia" SF series.

The artwork on the German front page (painter unknown) shows an unknown or fictive NATIONAL tv set:

     (photo by GR)

The front cover artwork of the original story

  (source w/o copyright)

was made by Robert Gibson Jones.

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GR

  
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