Harry Walton

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lifeship n. 1940 H. Walton Moon of Exile in Astounding Science-Fiction Aug. 125/1 Sharon was still by the control panel when the lifeship whistled down through the upper reaches of Callisto’s thin atmosphere.
lifeship n. 1941 H. Walton Doom Ship in Astounding Science Fiction Jan. 141/1 Pedersen was hauling a bulky, burlap-wrapped package aboard the lifeship—four similar ones lay on the floor just outside the tube.
space dock n. 1945 H. Walton Schedule in Astounding Science-Fiction June 55/2 Jimmy Rodgers swallowed dryly. The bustling scene all around him, the hurrying foot traffic of a great space dock, the fussy activity of automatic unloaders, all seemed suddenly as unreal and absurd as the news Matthews had brought him—alive, moving, noisy, but not actual, like a stereograph sound film.
space tan n. 1945 H. Walton Schedule in Astounding Science-Fiction June 65/1 Under his space tan the blood seemed to recede from Matthews' face.
teleport n. 1 1944 H. Walton Boomerang in Astounding Science Fiction June 119/2 Of course, a teleport paid for itself in a place like this, which most pillars of society would rather not be seen coming to or leaving. If you were on the City Enforcement League, like Samuel Sporn, it was especially nice to be able to enter a cubicle in your apartment and step out here with none the wiser.