| || “A Flight into Time” |
by Robert H. Wilson
First publication: Wonder Stories, Feb 1931
Ted Storrs is inexplicably transported from 1933 to 2189 (I almost thought, Hooray! Not a round number of years!—but it turns out to be 28 years into the future) where he is amazed by the air traffic congestion, beamed atomic power, casual nudity, interplanetary travel, and more.
| || “The Empire of Glass” |
by Frank Miloche
First publication: Wonder Stories Quarterly, Spring 1931
A present-day man puts on a helmet that lets him view the future where a scientist named Nebor outlines his plans to save mankind from giant insects by transporting all men to either the distant past or the far future.
| || “The Man Who Changed the Future” |
by R.F. Starzl
First publication: Wonder Stories, Jun 1931
When Park Helm laments about the state of gangster-overrun Lakopolis, his friend, Professor Nicholson, sends him into the future to observe whether things will get better, but somehow Helm manages to do a lot more than just observe, eventually becoming the future boss man, gaining a lovely wife, and generally righting wrongs.
| || “The Time Flight” |
by Miles J. Breuer
First publication: Amazing, Jun 1931
Widower Ezra Hubble hatches a scheme to deprive his stepson of an inheritance by taking the money with him to the future.
| || “The Raid of the Mercury” |
by A.H. Johnson
First publication: Amazing, Jul 1931
A seer projects our narrator into the world of 22,000 A.D where a pirate airship fuels a revolution against the wealthy.
| || “Rebellion—5000 A.D.!” |
by Garth Bentley
First publication: Wonder Stories, Jul 1931
During an experiment with a new radio technology, Professor Crewe’s assistant (and our narrator) is flung to a post-apocalyptic 5000 A.D. where an authoritarian, largely urban civilization has arisen and a group of rebels are expecting a man from the past to lead them.
| || “Emperors of Space” |
by Jerome Gross and Richard Penny
First publication: Wonder Stories, Nov 1931
Being chased by the Chinese, Luke Raliegh (scientist extraordinaire) and his pal Harry build a giant gyroscope that spins so fast it takes them into the future where they cure the yellow rot and save the world.
No Time Travel. Move along.
“No Traveller Returns” by John Collier [parallel universes ]
“The Fifth-Dimension Catapult” by Murray Leinster, Astounding, Jan 1931 [parallel universes ]
“Hell’s Dimension” by Tom Curry, Astounding, Apr 1931 [differing time rates ]
“The Man Who Evolved” by Edmond Hamilton, Wonder Stories, Apr 1931 [sped up evolution ]