Manly Wade Wellman:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Manly Wade Wellman (b. 1903 - d. 1986) was an American writer. He wrote in a number of different genres, including fantasy, historical fiction, detective fiction, western fiction and science fiction. He is also known for non-fiction books on history.
Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Artificial Eye Drone

Glimpse (1938)

Atom-Shifter

The Worlds of Tomorrow (1940)

Electro-Automatic Pistol

The Worlds of Tomorrow (1940)

Gogglelike Televisors

The Robot and the Lady (1938)

Magnetized Boots - made for walking

Lost Rocket (1941)

Metal Solvent Ray Thrower - also a reaction pistol

Lost Rocket (1941)

Oxygen Freshener - breath of fresh air

Lost Rocket (1941)

Pocket-Caller

The Worlds of Tomorrow (1940)

Radium-Action Lighter

The Worlds of Tomorrow (1940)

Rocket Cruiser

The Worlds of Tomorrow (1940)

Rocket-Belt

The Worlds of Tomorrow (1940)

Roving Bomb - RC weaponry

Lost Rocket (1941)

Silk-Metal

The Worlds of Tomorrow (1940)

Space Helmet

The Disc-Men of Jupiter (1931)

Space Overalls - easier than space suits

Lost Rocket (1941)

Space Socks

Lost Rocket (1941)

Teleoperated Robot Surrogate - love via robot

The Robot and the Lady (1938)


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