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Who Goes There, Seven Tales of Science-Science Fiction by John W. Campbell. Shasta Publishers. Signed by John W. Campbell. "FIRST EDITION"

Who Goes There, Seven Tales of Science-Science Fiction by John W. Campbell. Shasta Publishers. 1948. Bound by The Leader Book Bindery. Signed by John W. Campbell. "FIRST EDITION" stated with no listing of later printings. 5 1/4" x 7 3/4" 231 page Hardcover with no dust jacket. Gilt lettering on spine is quite faded, but still somewhat legible, where there is also visible wear. Moderate cover edgewear, but there is a tiny tear on the top corner of the front cover. Book is slightly cocked. Some discoloration to the top of the page block. Otherwise, no previous owner markings. No tears, folds or creases to pages. Binding is tight with no looseness to pages. Not ex-library, not remaindered and not a facsimile reprint. For sale by Jon Wobber, bookseller since 1978. IH01a

"Who Goes There? is a 1938 science fiction horror novella by American author John W. Campbell, written under the pen name Don A. Stuart. Its story follows a group of people trapped in a scientific outpost in Antarctica infested by shapeshifting monsters able to absorb and perfectly imitate any living beings including humans. Who Goes There? was first published in the August 1938 issue of Astounding Science Fiction magazine and was also printed as The Thing from Another World, as well as included in the collection by the same title. Its extended novel version, found in an early manuscript titled Frozen Hell, was finally published in 2019." - wikipedia

"Who Goes There? is a collection of science fiction stories by American writer John W. Campbell Jr. It was published in 1948 by Shasta Publishers in an edition of 3,000 copies, of which 200 were signed by Campbell." - wikipedia Note - I do not know if this is one of the 200 copies, or if this was signed separately. I see no numbering of the book, but the signed edition of 200 might not have been numbered.