Stanton A. Coblentz:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Stanton A. Coblentz (b. 1896 - d. 1982) was an American writer and poet. His first published science fiction appeared in 1928; he wrote a number of novels, the last of which appeared in the 1950's.

"IT is now just about twenty years since, breaking away from a law course at the University of California when I was within a year of completing the curriculum, I decided to make the great plunge and become a professional writer...

It was in 1924 or 1925 that I began writing science fiction, out of my interest in the subject and before I realized that there was a market for it. Just now, after eighteen years in New York, I am continuing my writing in the hills and forests of California."

(Stanton A. Coblentz)

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Automatic Delivery Library
A library able to deliver any volume within a few moments.

The Lord of Tranerica (1939)

Directed Cars in Tunnels
Self-driving vehicles.

The Lord of Tranerica (1939)

Electrical Valet
A robotic manservant, skilled in dressing its owner.

The Lord of Tranerica (1939)

A spinal anesthetic that allows the reformation of personality.

The Confession of Dr. DeKalb (1934)

Mechanical Judge
A device that makes legal decisions.

The Lord of Tranerica (1939)

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