Here's another version that has some entries that is based on Gary's. GAry you might want to use some of what I have been able to find to your fine work.
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
The Truth of the Matter; November 1956, Vol. 11, No 5
Sputnik: One Reason Why We Lost; January 1958, Vol. 14, No 1
SF:'58: The Year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy
Sputnik: One Reason Why We Lost
Sixth Annual Edition: The Year's Best SF, ed. Judith Merril, Dell, 1961
How to Think a Science Fiction Story (Excerpt)
Air Trails Hobbies for Young Men
2/55 AT Rocket Trails GHS
3/55 AT Rocket Trails GHS
4/55 AT Rocket Trails: White Sands Proving Grounds ; April 1955 GHS
6/55 AT Rocket Trails GHS
Air Trails Annual
1959 ATA Missileers-Put Down That Pipe!
4/58 "The Do-It-Yourself Rocketeers"
5/58 "Manufacturing Model Missiles Sounds as Difficult As Turning Out Real 'Birds' "
7/58 Model Missile Design
10/58 Safe Advice to Young Rocket Fans: Be Smart! Be Safe!
11/58 Model Missile Design, Part 2: Ogive Me a Ring-Tailed Cylindrical Bird
12/58 "Colorado's Little Canaveral"
4/59 "How to Improve the Performance of Your 'Aerobee-Hi' Model Rocket"
5/61 Model Rocketry's New Look
2/62 Rocket Trails: Stine's The Wonderful Dirty Bird III
4/62 Rocket Battle at Denver
5/62 Rocket Trails: What is This Thing Called Model Rocketry?
6/62 Rocket Trails: How to Get Started in Model Rocketry
7/62 Rocket Trails: We lead the Russians in Model Rocketry
8/62 Rocket Trails: Records Rising; USAF To Pick Model Rocket Team
9/62 Rocket Trails: Rocket-Plus-Glider Jobs Getting Big Play Now
10/62 Rocket Trails: Basic Info on Propulsion for Small Birds
11/62 Rocket Trails: U.S. Air Force's Own Meet is a Real Blast
12/62 Rocket Trails: Nats Pix
1-2/63 Rocket Trails: Amateur vs Model Rocketry
3-4/63 Rocket Trails: Boost-Gliders: Winged "Birds"
5-6/63 Rocket Trails Larger Engines Tested
7-8/63 Rocket Trails: B/G's Challenge Modelers;"Basement Bomber Scare"
9-10/63 Rocket Trails: How to make Parachutes
11-12/63 Rocket Trails: Paul Hans canard B/G was single staged and prototype of Centuri's Acro-Bat
1-2/64 Rocket Trails: State Laws Update Information GHS
3-4/64 Rocket Trails: The Old Rocketeer really gets down to cases here with very helpful data on many aspects of model rocket design & flight.
1-2/65 Rocket Trails: NASA plays host to Model Rocket Nats
9-10/65 Rocket Trails: What's new in Model Rocketry
11-12/65 Rocket Trails: Will We Be Ready for International Competition?
1-2/66 Rocket Trails: Globe Trotting Engineer Perfects Unique Rear-Engined B/G
3-4/66 Rocket Trails: Those Czech Rockets check out as Real Screamers
5-6/66 Model Rocketry Racks Up Remarkable Safety Record
9-10/66 Dubnicky Maj: 1st International Model Rocket Competition
11-12/66 Countdown Beginning A new seris of Artciles for the serious model rocketry enthusiast...
American Modeler Annual
1963 This NATS was For the "Birds"
1964 East Meets West Rocket Nationals
1966 Army Hosts American Rocket Championships
1966 Boost/Glide Rockets Present Real Challenge
1968 Sand Lot Rocketry: Breeder of Future Astonauts
"Old Rocketeer's don't die; they just go OOP"
Here's some early GHS information to try and put into context where and what GHS was doing when up until he received the famous letter from Orv Carlisle. G. Harry was a very busy man wearing multiple hats. I hope you enjoy it.
Astounding Science Fiction "Galactic Gadgeteers" [as Harry Stine] ; May 1951, Vol. 47 No 3 ; 1st published story by G. Harry Stine.
"Galactic Gadgeteers" [as Harry Stine] ; Astounding/Analog: British Reprint Edition April 1952 Vol.VIII no.4
5-6/52 G.Harry Stine graduates from Colorado College in Colorado,Springs,CO with a B.A. in Physics.
6/52 1952 G.Harry Stine immediately moves to Las Cruces,NM and WSPG where he has a job waiting for him.
Fantastic Story "Greenhorn" by Harry Stine; V4#2, September 1952
12/15/52 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching VIKING-9.
1952 Robert (Bob) Carlisle (Former Navy aviator(in WW2)/Navy Reserve pilot) approaches his Brother Orv with the idea of a model rocket for use in his history of aviation presentation.
1952-53 Orv Carlisle, designs and with the help of his brother Robert,test solid propellant BP rocket motors
1953 June 6 1953 (USA) Orv Carlisle purchases "Basic Solid Fuel Rockets" by Bruce A. Granger,2nd Ed in June 1953 from Rocket Research Labs Resenta,CA This booklet describes in detail how to make BP rocket motors.
"...And A Star to Steer Her By" [as Lee Correy] ; June 1953, Vol. 51 No 4
Astounding Science Fiction "Pioneer" [as Lee Correy] ; August 1953, Vol. 51 No 6
SATURDAY EVENING POST Aug. 15, 1953 "The Day the Rocket Blew Up" short story by Lee Correy
11/53 Rock-A-Chute Mark I is developed and test flown by Orv Carlisle in Norfolk, Nebraska
Astounding Science Fiction "Ill Wind" [as Lee Correy] ; December 1953, Vol. 52 No 4
Astounding Science Fiction "Amateur" [as Lee Correy] ; February 1954, Vol. 52 No 6
Starship Through Space (1954) published as Lee Correy. G. Harry Stine's 1st book published.
5/7/54 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching the VIKING-10.
5/24/54 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching VIKING-11.
SUMMER 1954 "MISSILE AWAY" NEW MEXICO-WEST TEXAS Section MAGAZINE OF THE AMERICAN ROCKET SOCIETY: G. Harry Stine is on the Board of Editors for this magazine. It also shows that G. Harry was an ARS member before Summer 1954.
8/30/54 Orv H. Carlisle applies for "Toy Rocket" Patent #2,841,084
Soon thereafters, Orv Carlisles starts Bal-Rock Industries to sell Rock-A-Chute.
10/54 Orv Carlisle approaches Lawrence Brown of Brown Manufacturing about marketing the Rock-A-Chute
1/55 Orv Carlisle has developed the Carlisle Rock-A-Chute Mark-2
Contraband Rocket (1955) published as Lee Correy
Absyrtis: 60 meters/197 feet (G. Harry Stine Contraband Rocket)
Has fascinating details about refurbishing an obsolete atomic rocket. And what it is like to use it to travel to the Moon, while it gradually falls apart around you.
Rocket Man (1955) published as Lee Correy
2/4/55 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching Viking 12.
Astounding Science Fiction "Design Flaw" [as Lee Correy] ; February 1955, Vol. 54 No 6
Astounding Science Fiction "The Test Stand" [as Lee Correy] ; March 1955, Vol. 55 No 1
Astounding Science Fiction "The Plains of San Augustine" [as Lee Correy] ; April 1955, Vol. 55 No 2
Air Trails Hobbies for Young Men Rocket Trails: White Sands Proving Ground by Harry Stine
8/25/55 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching Aerobee Hi NRL-37.
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, November 1955, Volume 9, No. 5, Whole No. 54 "The Brass Cannon" [as Lee Correy]
12/9/55 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching Aerobee Hi NRL-38.
1/56 Mechanix Illustrated "All Aboard for Outer Space", January 1956 By G. Harry Stine
4/11/56 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching Aerobee Hi NRL-40.
4/30/56 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching Aerobee Hi NRL-41.
5/1/56 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching Aerobee Hi NRL-39.
5/6/56 Lee(Leroy) Piester future owner of Centuri Engineering graduates from high school.
7/8/56 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching Aerobee-Hi NRL-42.
7/29/56 G. Harry Stine works at WSPG launching Aerobee-Hi NRL-50.
8/56 G. Harry Stine is editor-in_chief of Missiles Away magaaine and Vice-President of the NM-TX Section of the ARS
9/56 Fantastic Universe "Wireroad" by Correy; Sept. 1956
11/56The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction "The Truth of the Matter"; November 1956, Vol. 11, No 5
12/56 At the 11th Annual ARS meeting in NYC , G. Harry Stine predicted that within 5 years, rocketplanes would be flying between NY and LA, California.
1/57 G.Harry Stine receives 1st letter from Orv.H. Carlisle after Carlise read 2/57 G.Harry Stine article titled, "The World's Safest Business",in Mechanix Illustrated.
"Old Rocketeer's don't die; they just go OOP"
Not to brag, or maybe I am ... take your pick, but back in the late 90's I purchased G. Harry's complete Model Rocketry magazine collection ... even has his mailing address on a couple of the issues.
Most issues don't have a label. As I understand it, Harry was upset with the condition of the magazines once they arrived in his mailbox, so he had his issues mailed in a envelope to protect them.
The collection cost me a 'pretty penny' (120,000 pennies to be exact, but it was G. Harry's so I didn't mind ... I was making money hand over fist back in those days and unmarried...).
They were sold on ebay ... not sure if it was Bill Stine or one of the other Stines' selling them ... but the seller was located in Arizona so I guess it was someone close to G. Harry.
I bet it was Dane Boles.
A dark night in a city that knows how to keep its secrets. But high above the quiet streets on the 12th floor of the Acme Building, one man is still trying to find the answers to life's persistent questions. Guy Noir, Private Eye.
A very nice isfdb bibliography with a more complete listing of Harry's articles is available at
None of the listings above include any info on foreign editions of Harry Stine's books.
Here is what I know of foreign editions of Harry's books:
Foreign Translations of Handbook of Model Rocketry:
Missili Con Propulsione A Razzo
(Italian translation of The Handbook of Model Rocketry - 2nd Edition)
Translation by Guido Antolini
U. Mursia & C.
I know the book did not have subsequent editions but I don't know if there were paperback editions.
Some of this book has actually been put online. You can read it, in the original Italian, here.
Livre - Le Livre De Référence De L'Astromodéliste
(French edition of The Handbook of Model Rocketry, most likely the 6th edition since the cover picture is the same)
Translation by Jean-Pierre Seingier
Editeur : Tradu-concept Genre : Fusées ( aéronautique) Langue : français EAN13 : 9782951024403
Bill Stine told me there was a privately published (with permission) Japanese version which was not sold to the general public. As far as Bill knew only roughly 500 copies were published. I have never been able to find any reference to this version anywhere.
Translation of "The New Model Rocketry Manual" from 1975.
Handbuch des Raketenmodellbaus (Taschenbuch)
ESE Electronronics and Scientific Equipment
Hasenmoor, W. Germany 1977
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"Amazing and Wonderful Mind Machines You Can Build" from 1997 has been published in:
INSTRUMENTOS PARAPSÍQUICOS. Cómo construirlos, cómo usarlos.
Ed Martinez Roca Roca Cast Barcelona 1994. Page: 186 21x14 Paperback with Flap Illustrated
Urządzenia poruszane siłą umysłu
Number of pages: 180
Dimensions: 125 x 193 mm
Translation: Wanda Grajkowska
Ψυχοτρονική τεχνολογία: Εκπληκτικές συσκευές που ενεργοποιούνται αποκλειστικά με τη δύναμη του ανθρώπινου νου
Year: 0 / 1996
"Man and the Space Frontier" from 1965 was published in:
SATELITES DE LA TIERRA, LOS. Y la carrera por la superioridad en el espacio.
Castilian. FREELAND Ed. Buenos Aires. 1958. Rustica. 1 vols. 20 cm. 190 pags
O Homem E A Fronteira Do Espaço
Publisher: Melhoramentos- São Paulo, 1965
Número de Páginas: 190
This is really neet - all of this information complements each other very well. If someone hasn't done it already I'll try to compile it all into one complete list.
Now here's an odd item. I have a graphic novel that I bought off of ebay ~10 years ago. The title is 'Open Space' and GHS was the author of one of the stories. And I'm pretty sure (haven't looked at it in a few years - gotta dig it up) that it listed no publisher or publication date (it's on my list, with no information). I hadn't tried looking for anything about it in a long time, so a quick google and wa la, there is a comic book database (I should have known) with this: http://18.104.22.168/creator.php?ID=24365
So here's the interesting part. Going to the Open Space #1 entry there (the only one), goes to the data on the book... but I'm pretty sure that's not the cover I have, and the cover shown there clearly shows the date and publisher (Marvel). I know nothing about comic publishing - could I have a privately published copy - perhaps something that was later bought and published my Marvel?
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