Full record for planeteer n.

OED requirements antedating 1921
Earliest cite in Punch
Comment Mike Christie submitted a 1938 cite from John W. Campbell's "The Brain Pirates".
Fred Galvin submitted a 1961 cite from Fred Saberhagen's "Planeteer".
Mike Christie submitted a 1946 cite from B. I. Kahn's "For the Public".
Fred Galvin submitted a cite from a 1962 reprint of 1949 James H. Schmitz's "Agent of Vega"; Mike Christie verified it in the original publication.
Fred Galvin submitted a 1956 cite from Ib Melchior's "The Vidiot".

A fanzine called "The Planeteer" was apparently published around 1935; we would like to obtain a cite from a copy.

Fred Galvin submitted a 1927 cite from a letter to Amazing Stories that refers to a 1918 story titled "The Planeteer" by Homer Eon Flint in the March 9, 1918 All-Story Weekly; we would like to obtain a cite from this story.

Fred Galvin also located references to additional stories that have "planeteer" in the title: "The Planeteer" by Stark Robertson (Wonder Stories, 5/35), and "The Three Planeteer" by Edmond Hamilton (Startling Stories, 1/40); we would like to obtain cites from any of these stories.
Malcolm Farmer submitted a 1921 cite from the humorous magazine "Punch", in a book review of Burroughs' "Thuvia, Maid of Mars"
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Citations for planeteer n.

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1927 Amazing Stories Dec. 908/3 Speaking of reprints, I should like to suggest a few that I should be glad to meet again. ‘The Planeteer’ and its sequel, ‘King of Conserve Island’ are the best interplanetary stories I have ever read. They were in All-Story Weekly in 1917-1918 and could easily be run in two issues.
1938 Thrilling Wonder Stories Oct. 74 blurb Two roving planeteers confront the invisible imps of an empire from beyond the sun and discover that matter is mightier than mind
1946 Astounding Sci. Fiction Dec. 90/2 Protecting the insensate mob, watching the helpless public; you must have studied the manual of the Juvenile Planeteers. I understand they do things like good deeds and such.
1946 Astounding Sci. Fiction Dec. 90/2 Protecting the insensate mob, watching the helpless public; you must have studied the manual of the Juvenile Planeteers. I understand they do things like good deeds and such.
1949 J. H. Schmitz Agent of Vega in Astounding Sci. Fiction July 17/1 But if it was Deel, why should anyone keep a prosperous, reasonably honest and totally insignificant planeteer under telepathic surveillance?