Leo Zagat:
Science Fiction Technology and Ideas
Arthur Leo Zagat (b. 1896d. 1949) was an American lawyer and writer of pulp fiction and science fiction. He gave up his law practice to write professionally. Zagat frequently collaborated with fellow lawyer Nat Schachner. See the collaborative efforts of Schachner and Zagat.

Invention/Technology Source Work (Publication Date)

Airpolo

Sunward Flight (1943)

Aladur

Sunward Flight (1943)

Coldlight

Sunward Flight (1943)

Durasteel

Sunward Flight (1943)

Electelscope

Sunward Flight (1943)

Filmag

Sunward Flight (1943)

Quartzite Leak Foil

The Great Dome of Mercury (1932)

Rocketeer

Sunward Flight (1943)

Smoke Jets (Air Leak Detection)

The Great Dome of Mercury (1932)

Stratoyacht

Sunward Flight (1943)

Surta

The Great Dome of Mercury (1932)

Viewscreen Pentagon

Sunward Flight (1943)


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