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Cranna, John(b. 1954). "Visitors" In Stand Magazine (U.K.). Vol. 27., 1985.
Donitz, Harold. "A Visitor from the Twentieth Century" In Amazing Stories (New York). Vol. 3.2., 1928.
Whitehouse, J[ohn] Howard(1873-1955). Visit to Utopia. Oxford, Eng.: Oxford University Press, 1939.
Little, William(1839-1916). A Visit to Topos, and How the Science of Heredity is Practised There. Ballarat, VIC, Australia: Berry, Anderson & Co, 1897.
Wallot, Jean-Pierre. "A Visit to the Museum" In Visions 2020: Fifty Canadians in Search of a Future, Edited by Clarkson, Stephen For the Canadian Forum. Edmonton, AB, Canada: M. G. Hurtig, 1970.
Albertson, Garrett V.. A Visit to Mars. Chicago, IL: Moody Press, 1951.
Mottram, R[alph] H[ale](1883-1971). Visit of the Princess: A Romance of the Nineteen-sixties. London: Hutchinson & Co, 1946.
Davies, R[obert] Rice. “The Visit of Elidorus to the Fairy Kingdom Beneath the Bay” In The Cambrian Sketch-Book. Tales, Scenes, and Legends of Wild Wales . London/Swansea, Wales: Simpkin, Marshall/The Cambrian Welsh and English Book Publishing Co., 1875.
Harold, Edmund. Vision Tomorrow. Ilfracombe, Devon, Eng.: The Spiritual Venturers Associations, distributed by Arthur H. Stockwell, 1981.
Boake, Barcroft [Henry Thomas](1866-92). "A Vision Out West" In Where the Dead Men Lie and Other Poems . Sydney, NSW, Australia: Angus and Robertson, 1897.
Gibbs, Philip [Armand Hamilton](1877-1962). "The Vision of Utopia" In The Day After To-Morrow: What Is Going to Happen to the World? London: Hutchinson, 1928.
Snedden, David [Samuel](1868-1951). "A Vision of the Future in Vocational Education" In School and Society (New York). Vol. 32.834 ., 1930.
Chapman, Richard Marvin. A Vision of the Future. New York: The Cosmopolitan Press, 1916.
Pressey, Edward Pearson(b. 1869). The Vision of New Clairvaux or Ethical Reconstruction Through combination of Agriculture and Handicraft, under Conditions which exercise Emotion, Sentiment and Imagination, with loyalty to a supreme Ideal. Boston, MA: Sherman, French and Company, 1909.
Addison, Joseph(1672-1719). ["The Vision of Mirzah"] In The Spectator . Vol. 2.150 ., 1711.
Marks, Peter L.. "A Vision of Environment" In American Scholar . Vol. 40.3 ., 1971.
Burns, J[ohn] H[enry]. A Vision of Education; Being an Imaginary Verbatim Report of the First Interplanetary Conference. London: Williams & Norgate, 1929.
Barlow, Joel Esquire(1754-1812). The Vision of Columbus: A Poem in Nine Books. Hartford, CT: Ptd. by Hudson and Goodwin, 1787.
[Kent], [Edward](1802-77). "A Vision of Bangor, in the Twentieth Century" In Voices from the Kenduskeag. Bangor, ME: David Bugbee, 1848.
Denturk, Henry C[ornelius](b. 1880). Vision of a State of Rightness on a Spiritual Foundation. A Short Outline of Government Whereby All Men Have the Same Rights and Privileges With the Capitalistic System Abolished. Huntington, NY: Author, 1940.
Millen, Colin. The Vision: An Imaginary View of a Better Future for Mankind and a Possible Way Forward. Sheringham, Norfolk, Eng.: Published by Health Books for the Author, 1998.
[Campbell], [John Logan](1817-1912). "The Vision: A Fragment" In Southern Cross, New Zealand Guardian, Auckland, Thames, and Bay of Plenty Advertizer. Vol. 1.33 ., 1843.
Harper, Clifford(b. 1949). "Vision 1-6" In Undercurrents. Radical Technology. London: Wildwood House, 1976.
Wilkerson, David [R.](1931-2011). The Vision. Old Tappan, NJ: Spire Books Fleming H. Revell, 1974.
[McNally], [Leonard]. "A Vision" In European Magazine and London Review. Vol. 1., 1782.

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