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Imagination, October 1950 (Vol. 1 ∙ No. 1) by Raymond PalmerOctober 1950
Imagination, December 1950 (Vol. 1 ∙ No. 2) by Raymond PalmerDecember 1950
Imagination, February 1951 (Vol. 2 ∙ No. 1) by William L. HamlingFebruary 1951
Imagination, April 1951 (Vol. 2 ∙ No. 2) by William L. HamlingApril 1951
Imagination, June 1951 (Vol. 2 ∙ No. 3) by William L. HamlingJune 1951
Imagination, September 1951 (Vol. 2 ∙ No. 4) by William L. HamlingSeptember 1951
Imagination, November 1951 (Vol. 2 ∙ No. 5) by William L. HamlingNovember 1951
Imagination, January 1952 (Vol. 3 ∙ No. 1) by William L. HamlingJanuary 1952
Imagination, March 1952 (Vol. 3 ∙ No. 2) by William L. HamlingMarch 1952
Imagination, May 1952 (Vol. 3 ∙ No. 3) by ImaginationMay 1952
Imagination, July 1952 (Vol. 3 ∙ No. 4) by William L. HamlingJuly 1952
Imagination, September 1952 (Vol. 3 ∙ No. 5) by William L. HamlingSeptember 1952
Imagination, October 1952 (Vol. 3 ∙ No. 6) by William L. HamlingOctober 1952
Imagination, December 1952 (Vol. 3 ∙ No. 7) by William L. HamlingDecember 1952
Imagination, January 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 1) by William Hamling (ed.)January 1953
Imagination, February 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 2) by William Hamling (ed.)February 1953
Imagination, April 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 3) by William L. HamlingApril 1953
Imagination, May 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 4) by William L. HamlingMay 1953
Imagination, June 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 5) by William Hamling (ed.)June 1953
Imagination, July 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 6) by William L. HamlingJuly 1953
Imagination, August 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 7) by William L. HamlingAugust 1953
Imagination, September 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 8) by William Hamling (ed.)September 1953
Imagination, October 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 9) by William L. HamlingOctober 1953
Imagination, November 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 10) by William L. HamlingNovember 1953
Imagination, December 1953 (Vol. 4 ∙ No. 11) by William Hamling (ed.)December 1953
Imagination, January 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 1) by William L. HamlingJanuary 1954
Imagination, February 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 2) by William L. HamlingFebruary 1954
Imagination, March 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 3) by William L. HamlingMarch 1954
Imagination, April 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 4) by William L. HamlingApril 1954
Imagination, May 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 5) by William L. HamlingMay 1954
Imagination, June 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 6) by William L. HamlingJune 1954
Imagination, July 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 7) by William Hamling (ed.)July 1954
Imagination, August 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 8) by William L. HamlingAugust 1954
Imagination, September 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 9) by William L. HamlingSeptember 1954
Imagination, October 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 10) by Charles F. MyersOctober 1954
Imagination, November 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 11) by William L. HamlingNovember 1954
Imagination, December 1954 (Vol. 5 ∙ No. 12) by William L. HamlingDecember 1954
Imagination, January 1955 (Vol. 6 ∙ No. 1) by William L. HamlingJanuary 1955
Imagination, February 1955 (Vol. 6 ∙ No. 2) by Frank M. RobinsonFebruary 1955
Imagination, March 1955 (Vol. 6 ∙ No. 3) by William L. HamlingMarch 1955
Imagination, April 1955 (Vol. 6 ∙ No. 4) by William L. HamlingApril 1955
Imagination, May 1955 (Vol. 6 ∙ No. 5) by William L. HamlingMay 1955
Imagination, June 1955 (Vol. 6 ∙ No. 6) by William L. HamlingJune 1955
Imagination, July 1955 (Vol. 6 ∙ No. 7) by William L. HamlingJuly 1955
Imagination, October 1955 (Vol. 6 ∙ No. 8) by William L. HamlingOctober 1955
Imagination, December 1955 (Vol. 6 ∙ No. 9) by Gordon DicksonDecember 1955
Imagination, February 1956 (Vol. 7 ∙ No. 1) by William L. HamlingFebruary 1956
Imagination, April 1956 (Vol. 7 ∙ No. 2) by William Hamling (ed.)April 1956
Imagination, June 1956 (Vol. 7 ∙ No. 3) by William L. HamlingJune 1956
Imagination, August 1956 (Vol. 7, No. 4) by William L. HamlingAugust 1956
Imagination, October 1956 (Vol. 7 ∙ No. 5) by William L. HamlingOctober 1956
Imagination, December 1956 (Vol. 7 ∙ No. 6) by William Hamling (ed.)December 1956
Imagination, February 1957 (Vol. 8 ∙ No. 1) by William L. HamlingFebruary 1957
Imagination, April 1957 (Vol. 8, No. 2) by William L. HamlingApril 1957
Imagination, June 1957 by William L. HamlingJune 1957
Imagination, August 1957 (Vol. 8, No. 4) by William L. HamlingAugust 1957
Imagination, October 1957 (Vol. 8 ∙ No. 5) by William L. HamlingOctober 1957
Imagination, December 1957 (Vol. 8 ∙ No. 6) by William L. HamlingDecember 1957
Imagination, February 1958 (Vol. 9 ∙ No. 1) by William L. HamlingFebruary 1958
Imagination, April 1958 (Vol. 9 ∙ No. 2) by William L. HamlingApril 1958
Imagination, June 1958 (Vol. 9 ∙ No. 3) by William L. HamlingJune 1958
Imagination, August 1958 by William L. HamlingAugust 1958
Imagination, October 1958 (Vol. 9, No. 5) by William Hamling (ed.)October 1958

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Series description

This digest's first two issues were published by Clark Publishing and edited by Bea Mahaffey (although Raymond Palmer is listed). Thereafter it was published by Greenleaf Publishing and edited by William Hamling.

This series should not be conflated with the Imagination! fanzine of 1938 edited by Forrest J. Ackerman.

There were 63 issues from October 1950 through October 1958.

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