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Frederik Pohl Papers

A description of his papers at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Pohl, Frederik, 1919-
Title: Frederik Pohl Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1917-1969
Quantity: 11.25 linear ft.
Abstract: Correspondence (1934-1968); manuscripts by Pohl and others (1947-1965); legal and financial papers (1917-1964); and published material. Correspondents include Forrest J Ackerman, Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Judith Merril, Clifford Simak, many others. Collection also includes a large selection of fanzines and convention material.
Language: Majority in English, a few items in German and Japanese.
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://scrc.syr.edu

Biographical History

Frederik George Pohl, Jr. (1919-2013) was an American science fiction writer, editor, publisher, and agent.

Born on 26 November 1919 in Queens, New York, the son of Frederik G. and. Anna J. (Mason) Pohl, he attended public schools in Brooklyn and was otherwise self-educated. In 1938 he became a charter member, with Cyril Kornbluth and others, of Isaac Asimov's Futurian Literary Society, founded in Brooklyn. From 1939 to 1943 he was the first editor of Astounding Stories and Super Science Stories.

After serving with the U. S. Army Air Force during World War II he briefly worked as an advertising copywriter in New York, but he soon resumed his career in publishing. At Popular Science between 1946 and 1949 he was an editor in the book department and the assistant circulation manager. From 1946-1953 he was also a literary agent for many of the leading science fiction writers of the period, including Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, and Robert Heinlein. By 1953 he had decided to devote himself full time to writing and continued as a freelance writer in science fiction until 1960.

From 1959-1969 Pohl worked at Galaxy Publishing Corporation as editor of Galaxy Science Fiction, If, Magabook, and World of Tomorrow. In 1971 and 1972 he was executive editor of Ace Books in New York, and in 1973 he became science fiction editor at Bantam Books. In the mid-1970s he returned to writing; his best-known work from this period is his Heechee series, the first of which (Gateway) won both the Nebula and the Hugo for best novel. He was a frequent guest on Long John Nebel's radio show from the 1950s to the early 1970s, and an international lecturer.

He served as president of the Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) from 1974 to 1976. He served on the jury for the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award from 1995-2013, and presented numerous lectures at the Center for the Study of Science Fiction (University of Kansas)

His awards include four Hugos, three Nebulas, the National Book Award (1980), the Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award (1993), and the J. W. Eaton Lifetime Achievement Award in Science Fiction (2009). In 1998 he was inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Frederik Pohl Papers consists of correspondence, legal and financial material, writings in manuscript form, and miscellaneous material. Included at the end is Pohl's collection of fanzines and convention material.

Correspondence constitutes the largest part of the papers. Science fiction authors represented in the papers by a more than twenty-year span of correspondence include Forrest J Ackerman, Isaac Asimov, James Blish, Ray Bradbury, L. Sprague DeCamp, Lester Del Rey, Robert Heinlein, Damon Knight, Cyril Kornbluth, David Kyle, Willy Ley, Judith Merril, Clifford Simak, E.E. (Doc) Smith, Wilson Tucker, Jack Williamson, Richard Wilson, and Donald Wollheim. Other notable correspondents are Poul Anderson, Alfred Bester, Algis Budrys, John Beynon Harris, Keith Laumer, Fritz Leiber, Robert Silverberg, and Theodore Sturgeon.

Correspondents are sometimes identified on the letters by initials, nicknames, or coded signatures. A list of these initials - along with some pseudonyms - follows.

BB Betty Ballantine
CK Cyril Kornbluth (Cyril Judd, when writing with Judith Merril)
DK Damon Knight
DL Dorothy Lessing
FJA Forrest J Ackerman
FL Fritz Leiber
FP Frederik Pohl
IA Isaac Asimov
IB Ian Ballantine
JB James Blish
JBH John Beynon Harris (John Wyndham)
JL Jacques Lacroix-Harcourt
KL Keith Laumer
PK Philip Klass (William Tenn)
RAH Robert A. Heinlein (Lyle Monroe)
RL Robert Lowndes (also Lavond, Dirk, Doc, AE)
RW Rosalind Wylie
WS Wallace Stevens (possibly Robert W. Lowndes)

There are also some date abbreviations/pseudonyms: Ghour = September, Agh 3 = 1937

Also prominently represented are agents, publishers, illustrators, and members of the Pohl family. A folder of letters exchanged with unidentified correspondents is located at the end of the alphabetical sequence.

Legal and financial material relates mostly to Frederik Pohl's careers as writer, editor, and agent. Included here are contracts and memoranda of agreement with publishers, as well as general business papers and personal legal files.

Writings contains manuscripts and miscellaneous material by Pohl and other. This include manuscripts of three novelettes and four short stories by Frederik Pohl. There are also manuscripts of short stories by Isaac Asimov, as well as story outlines and proposals by James Bl1sh, Fritz Leiber, Fletcher Pratt, and Dirk Wylie.

A small section of Miscellanea relating to Frederik Pohl, the contents of which are itemized in the shelf list, completes the collection. There are tear sheets of stories written by his clients, newspaper clippings, advertising that he designed, photographs, and other memorabilia.

Filed at the end of the collection are Fanzines, conference material, other fan publications. The bulk are amateur fan publications, known as fanzines; other types of material include bibliographies, indexes, fan organization newsletters, and conference reports and proceedings.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent, and chronologically within each folder. Legal and financial material is arranged alphabetically by type. Writings are arranged alphabetically by author. Miscellaneous is arranged alphabetically by type. Fanzines, conference material, other fan publications are arranged alphabetically by title.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The majority of our archival and manuscript collections are housed offsite and require advanced notice for retrieval. Researchers are encouraged to contact us in advance concerning the collection material they wish to access for their research.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

Fanzine collection, comprising 8 linear ft., has been transferred to cataloging and integrated with the science fiction periodicals.

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Subject Headings

Persons

Ackerman, Forrest J.
Aldiss, Brian W. (Brian Wilson), 1925-2017.
Anderson, Poul, 1926-2001.
Asimov, Isaac, 1920-1992.
Ballantine, Betty.
Ballantine, Ian.
Bester, Alfred.
Bixby, Jerome, 1923-1998.
Blish, James.
Bok, Hannes, 1914-1964.
Boucher, Anthony, 1911-1968.
Bradbury, Ray, 1920-2012.
Brunner, John, 1934-1995.
Budrys, Algis, 1931-2008.
Busby, F. M.
Campbell, John W., Jr. (John Wood), 1910-1971.
Carnell, Edward John, 1919-1967.
Davidson, Avram.
De Camp, L. Sprague (Lyon Sprague), 1907-2000.
Del Rey, Lester, 1915-1993.
Dick, Philip K.
Dickson, Gordon R.
Disch, Thomas M.
Ellison, Harlan.
Farmer, Philip José.
Galouye, Daniel F.
Greenberg, Martin, 1918-
Harrison, Harry, 1925-2012.
Heinlein, Robert A. (Robert Anson), 1907-1988.
Herbert, Frank.
Jenkins, Will, 1896-1975.
Kauffmann, Stanley, 1916-
Klass, Philip J.
Knight, Damon Francis, 1922-2002.
Kornbluth, C. M. (Cyril M.), 1923-1958.
Kubilius, Walter.
Kummer, Frederic Arnold, 1873-1943.
Kuttner, Henry.
Lafferty, R. A.
Laumer, Keith, 1925-1993.
Leiber, Fritz, 1910-1992.
Les Tina, Dorothy.
Ley, Willy, 1906-1969.
Long, Frank Belknap, 1901-1994.
Lowndes, Robert W.
Meredith, Scott.
Merril, Judith, 1923-1997.
Michel, John B., 1917-1968.
Moskowitz, Sam.
Niven, Larry.
Padgett, Lewis.
Panshin, Alexei, 1940-
Perl, Arnold.
Pohl, Frederick Julius, 1889-1991.
Pohl, Frederik.
Pratt, Fletcher, 1897-1956.
Rambelli, Roberta.
Reed, Kit.
Rothman, Milton A.
Samachson, Joseph, 1906-1980.
Schmitz, James H., 1911-1981.
Sheckley, Robert, 1928-2005.
Silverberg, Robert.
Simak, Clifford D., 1904-1988.
Smith, E. E. (Edward Elmer), 1890-1965.
Smith, George O. (George Oliver), 1911-1981.
Sturgeon, Theodore.
Thomas, Theodore L.
Van Vogt, A. E. (Alfred Elton), 1912-2000.
Vance, Jack, 1916-2013.
Wilson, Richard, 1920-1987.
Wollheim, Donald A.
Wyndham, John, 1903-1969.
Zelazny, Roger.

Corporate Bodies

World Science Fiction Convention.

Subjects

American literature -- 20th century.
Authors, American.
Editors -- United States.
Novelists, American.
Science fiction -- Societies, etc.
Science fiction fans.
Science fiction, American.

Genres and Forms

Clippings (information artifacts)
Contracts.
Correspondence.
Fanzines.
Manuscripts for publication.
Newsletters.
Photographs.
Programs (documents)

Occupations

Authors.
Editors.
Novelists.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Frederik Pohl Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of Frederik Pohl Jr., 1965, 1967, 1969

Finding Aid Information

Created by:
Date: 1965
Revision history: 17 Aug 2005 - skeleton EAD file created (MRR); Jun 2009 - typo in title (MRC); 16 Jul 2012 - LCNAF updates (MRC); 20 Dec 2018 - full inventory converted to EAD, fanzine boxes renumbered, genreform terms updated (MRC)

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Inventory

Correspondence
Box 1 A, general 1952-1964
Box 1 Ackerman, Forrest J 1936-1964, undated (2 folders)
Box 1 Aldiss, Brian 1962-1963
Box 1 Anderson, Poul 1961-1963
Box 1 Asimov, Isaac 1938-1964 (13 folders)
Box 1 B, general 1937-1964
Box 1 Ballantine, Betty 1953-1964 (2 folders)
Box 1 Ballantine, Ian 1951-1963 (3 folders)
Box 2 Bester, Alfred 1953-1963
Box 2 Bixby, Jerome 1952-1964
Box 2 Blish, James 1936-1964 (6 folders)
Box 2 Blish, Virginia 1949-1962
Box 2 Bok, Hannes 1939-1950
Box 2 Boucher, Anthony 1952-1955
Box 2 Bradbury, Ray, 1939-1964
Box 2 Brunner, John, 1962
Box 2 Budrys, A. J. 1953-1964
Box 2 Busby, F.M. 1961-1962
Box 2 C, general 1935-1962
Box 2 Campbell, John W. 1937-1948
Box 2 Carnell, Edward J. 1936-1964 (6 folders)
Box 2 D, General 1951-1965
Box 3 Davidson, Avram 1961-1962
Box 3 DeCamp, L. Sprague 1939-1942, 1949-1963 (2 folders)
Box 3 Del Rey, Lester 1941-1961
Box 3 Dick, Philip K. 1963
Box 3 Dickson, Gordon R. 1963-1965
Box 3 Disch, Thomas M. 1963
Box 3 Doubleday & Company 1949-1964 (5 folders)
Box 3 E, general 1952-1964
Box 3 Ellison, Harlan 1964
Box 3 F, general 1945-1964
Box 3 Farmer, Philip Jose 1962-1964
Box 3 G, general 1951-1968
Box 3 Galouye, Daniel. F. 1961-1963
Box 3 Gillespie, Jack 1938-1957
Box 3 Greenberg, Martin 1948-1962
Box 3 H, general 1950-1964
Box 3 Harris, John Beynon 1950-1963 (5 folders)
Box 4 Harrison, Harry 1950-1964
Box 4 Heinlein, Leslyn 1953
Box 4 Heinlein, Robert 1939-1964 (2 folders)
Box 4 Herbert, Frank 1961
Box 4 Huxley, Aldous 1954
Box 4 I-J, general 1951-1964
Box 4 Jenkins, Will F. 1959-1963
Box 4 K, general 1945-1963
Box 4 Kauffmann, Stanley 1952-1957
Box 4 Klaas, Philip 1947-1963 (2 folders)
Box 4 Knight, Damon 1941-1964 (2 folders)
Box 4 Kornbluth, Cyril M. 1939-1964 (10 folders)
Box 5 Kubilius, Walter 1936-1951
Box 5 Kummer, Fred 1939-1951 (2 folders)
Box 5 Kuttner, Henry 1949-1950
Box 5 Kyle, David A. 1936-1964
Box 5 L, general 1945-1964
Box 5 LaCroix-Harcourt, Jacques 1946-1955
Box 5 Lafferty, R.A. 1961-1964
Box 5 Laumer, Keith 1961-1967
Box 5 Leiber, Fritz 1948-1964 (5 folders)
Box 5 LesTina, Dorothy L. 1942-1943 May (5 folders)
Box 6 LesTina, Dorothy L. 1943 Jun-1945 Aug (13 folders)
Box 7 LesTina, Dorothy L. 1945 Sep-1961 (5 folders)
Box 7 Ley, Willy 1940-1964
Box 7 Long, Frank Belknap 1939-1942
Box 7 Lowndes, Robert W. 1936-1960 (4 folders)
Box 7 Lowndes, Robert W. ,to Rosalind Wylie 1939
Box 7 Lyon, Herbert Allan 1950-1955
Box 7 M, general 1951-1964
Box 7 Mason, Bill and Evelyn 1944-1945
Box 7 Mason, Leslie and Dorothy 1936-1948, 1959
Box 7 Meredith, Scott 1951-1964
Box 7 Merril, Judith 1947-1952 (2 folders)
Box 8 Merril, Judith 1953-1964 (3 folders)
Box 8 Michel, John 1936-1951
Box 8 Mills, Robert 1951-1964
Box 8 Morrison, Henry 1967-1964
Box 8 Moskowitz, Sam 1937-1963
Box 8 N, general 1950-1964
Box 8 Niven, Larry 1964
Box 8 O, general 1959-1960
Box 8 P, general 1952-1964
Box 8 Panshin, Alexei 1962-1964
Box 8 Perl, Arnold 1955-1960
Box 8 Perri, Doe 1938-1944, undated (3 folders)
Box 8 Playboy Magazine 1959-1964
Box 8 Pohl, Anna Mason 1941-1944 (3 folders)
Box 8 Pohl, Frederick J. [no relation] 1960-1964
Box 9 Pohl, Frederik G., Sr. 1923-1955 (5 folders)
Box 9 Pohl children 1956-1961
Box 9 Pohl family, miscellaneous 1959, undated
Box 9 Pohl relatives 1959-1963
Box 9 Popular Science Publishing Co. 1946-1950
Box 9 Pratt, Fletcher 1949-1953
Box 9 Q, general 1963
Box 9 R, general 1948-1964
Box 9 Rambelli, Roberta 1962-1963
Box 9 Reed, Kit 1959-1963
Box 9 Rothman, Milton 1936-1962 (3 folders)
Box 9 Sa-Sc
Box 9 Se-So
Box 9 Sp-Sz
Box 9 St. Clair, Margaret 1967
Box 9 Samachson, Joseph 1950-1957
Box 9 Schmitz, James 1963
Box 9 Science Fiction League of America 1951-1952
Box 9 Sheckley, Robert 1952-1962
Box 9 Shir-Cliff, Bernard W. 1952-1956
Box 10 Silverberg, Robert 1960-1964
Box 10 Simak, Clifford 1940-1961 (5 folders)
Box 10 Smith, E.E. “Doc” 1939-1964 (2 folders)
Box 10 Smith, George O. 1963-1964
Box 10 Sturgeon, Theodore 1950-1963
Box 10 T, general 1953-1963
Box 10 Thomas, Theodore L. 1961-1964
Box 10 Tucker, Robert and Wilson 1935-1943, 1949-1964 (3 folders)
Box 10 U, general 1936-1967
Box 10 V, general 1946-1967
Box 10 Vance, Jack 1961-1964
Box 10 Van Vogt, A.E. 1961-1963
Box 10 W, general 1948-1964
Box 10 Weiner, Norbert 1949
Box 10 Williamson, Jack 1939-1952 (5 folders)
Box 11 Williamson, Jack 1953-1964 (5 folders)
Box 11 W1lson, Richard 1935-1964 (6 folders)
Box 11 Wollheim, Donald 1936-1960 (2 folders)
Box 11 Wylie, Dirk 1934-1948, undated (5 folders)
Box 11 Wylie, Rosalind 1939-1958
Box 11 Z, general 1952-1964
Box 11 Zelazny, Roger 1963
Box 11 Zissman, Merrll 1951-1960
Box 11 Unidentified 1947-1962, undated
Legal and financial material
Business
Box 12 General 1939-1964 (4 folders)
Box 12 Memoranda of agreement, contracts 1945-1964 (4 folders)
Personal
Box 12 General 1940-1958
Box 12 Legal 1917-1961 (2 folders)
Writings
Asimov, Isaac
Box 13 The Monkey's Fingers 1951 - typescript carbon, 13 pp.
Box 13 Nobody There But... undated - typescript carbon, 15 pp.
Box 13 Space Ranger Original 1951 - typescript carbon, 11 pp. and fragments
Box 13 Strange Playfellow undated - typescript carbon, 22 pp.
Blish, James
Box 13 Proposals for three titles 1950, undated
Leiber, Fritz
Box 13 Abstracts of two stories 1951
Pohl, Frederik G.
Box 13 The Abominable Earthman 1961 - typescript carbon, 37 pp.
Box 13 The Age of the Pussyfoot circa 1965 - typescript carbon and photocopy, 176 pp. (2 folders)
Box 13 The Midas Plague (working title: The Blessed) undated - first draft, typescript, 68 pp.; first draft, typescript carbon, 68 pp. plus 5 pp. inserts; draft B, typescript carbon, 72 pp. (3 folders)
Box 13 My Lady Green Sleeves undated - first draft, typescript, 59 pp.
Box 13 Three Portraits and a Prayer 1961 - annotated typescript, 21 pp.
Box 13 Under Two Moons 1965 - annotated typescript, 50 pp.
Pohl, Frederik G., and C. M. Kornbluth
Box 13 Critical Mass 1961 - annotated typescript, 51 pp.
Pratt, Fletcher
Box 13 Outline for a series of articles undated
Wylie, Dirk
Box 13 Thralls of the Ice World undated - novelette, outline
Miscellanea
Advertising written and designed by Frederik G. Pohl
Box 13 For Dirk Wylie and Outdoor Life magazine undated
Box 13 For Outdoor Life magazine and Foremost Books undated
Box 13 For Popular Science magazine
Box 14 Clients file
Box 14 Illustrations by Hannes Bok - printed material
Memorabilia
Box 14 General
Box 14 Photographs
Box 14 Printed material
Box 14 Magazine articles
Box 14 Newspaper articles 1945-1964, undated (3 folders)
Box 14 Proposals and scripts, Science Fiction Writers of America undated
Fanzines, conference material, other fan publications
Box 15 Algol 1965-1968 - nos. 10, 14
Box 15 The amateur spectator 1948 - vol. 1, no. 4
Box 15 Amra 1965-1968 - vol. 2, nos. 35-46
Box 15 Appalling stories 1966 - no. 19
Box 15 The Argentine science fiction review 1968 - vol. 1, no. 6
Box 15 Auslander 1965-1966 - nos. 1-2
Box 15 Australian science fiction review 1966-1967 - nos. 3-9, 11, 13
Box 15 Barsoomian times 1964-1965 - nos. 3-6, 8
Box 15 Baycon (26th WorldCon) 1968 - progress report
Box 15 The B.E.C. pelican 1964 - vol. 1, no. 2
Box 15 Bibliographica futurica/fantastica 1967 - sample copy
Box 15 Bjottings 1966
Box 15 Bluedex 1965
Box 15 Boskone 1965-1969 - annual meeting programs, miscellaneous
Box 15 Box 41 1967 - vol. 1, no. 1
Box 15 Carbo #9 (Carbonated) 1965 - no. 11; also known as Ben-Crud-Yo #14
Box 15 Cinder 1967 - nos. 4-7
Box 15 Concentrate 1968 - no. 1
Box 15 Convention Annual, Chicon III edition (20th WorldCon) 1962 - no. 2
Box 15 Convention Annual, Discon Edition (21st WorldCon) 1963 - no. 3
Box 15 Criticism -- who needs it? 1968
Box 16 Cry in the night 1945 - Opus 5, no. 1
Box 16 Dakkar - no. 1
Box 16 Dallascon bulletin 1969 - nos. 1-2
Box 16 David Malone's science fiction magazine 1968 - no. 1
Box 16 December 27, 1968 1968 - only issue
Box 16 Degler 1966-1967 - nos, 157-159, 164, 168-179, 181
Box 16 Delve 4 1965 - vol. 1, no. 4; also known as Ben-Crud-Yo #15
Box 16 Detention 1959
Box 16 Different 1968 - vol. 3, no. 3
Box 16 Discord 1962 - no. 16
Box 16 Epilogue 1964 - vol. 1, no. 3
Box 16 ERB-dom 1964-1967 - nos. 11-18, 21
Box 16 Extrapolation 1959-1966 - vol. 1, no. 1/2 through vol. 7, no. 1/2
Box 16 Eye 1967 - no. 21
Box 16 F&SF Book Company 1959-1969 - nos. 49, 71, 75-79, 81-84, 86, 88-90, 93-96
Box 16 Fanac, S.T.F.
Box 16 Fan's world of fantasy 1967 - vol. 7, nos. 1, 3
Box 16 Fantastic universe 1966 - supplement no. 1, parts 1 and 2
Box 17 Fantasy-comics 1966 - vol. 3, nos. 4-5
Box 17 First draft 1967-1968 - nos. 185, 187-188, 193-194, 198-201
Box 17 Fanzine advisor - 1969
Box 17 First Fandom magazine 1967-1968 - nos. 13-15
Box 17 Focal point undated - no. 23
Box 17 Forecast 1965 1964
Box 17 Forgotten sea of Mars 1965
Box 17 Forry 1966
Box 17 Future unbounded 1968 - progress report no. 1
Box 17 Galactic outpost 1964-1965 - nos. 1, 3
Box 17 Grommish undated - no. 1
Box 17 General catalogue no. 52 undated - nos. 52-53
Box 17 Habakkuk 1966-1967 - Chapter 2, Verses 1-3
Box 17 How to win games and influence destiny 1968
Box 17 How we won 1967
Box 17 Hugo report 1967 - nos. 1-2
Box 17 The humanist 1957 - vol. 17, no. 6
Box 17 Hyborian times 1967 - no. 1
Box 17 Hydronical 1967 - no. 1
Box 17 If 1952-1964 - author index, covering vol. 1 no. 1 through vol. 14, no. 4
Box 17 Index to Arkham House 1965 - no. 1
Box 17 Infinite Fanac 1967 - nos. 8-9
Box 17 Info journal 1967 - vol. 1, no. 1
Box 17 Interplanetary Exploration Society 1958 - first meeting
Box 17 International science fantasy art exhibition bulletin 1968 - no. 3
Box 17 Introduction to Eckankar 1966
Box 17 It takes a pretty powerful fan to beat the draft 1954
Box 17 LeJardin sideral 1964-1965 - nos. 17/18 and 19/20
Box 17 Journal of the Australian Science Fiction Association 1968 - vol. 1, no. 7
Box 17 Kaleidoscope Books undated
Box 17 Kaleidoscope 65 1965
Box 17 Kallikanzaros 1968 - no. 4
Box 17 The life and legend of Hannes Bok 1968
Box 18 Lighthouse 1964-1966 - nos. 11-14
Box 18 Locus 1968 - trial issue no. 2
Box 18 Lore 1965-1966 - vol. 1, nos. 2, 3, 4, 7
Box 18 Luna monthly 1969 - no. 1
Box 18 Luna comix 1965 - no. 1; also known as Ben-Crud-Yo #119, Wanderer #10, and Sue Jackson #6
Box 18 Lunacon 1965, 1967, 1969 - annual meeting reports
Box 18 Lunatique 1967
Box 18 The man by Von 1966
Box 18 Maneki-Neko 1967 - no. 1
Box 18 Marcon III 1968 - annual meeting report
Box 18 The Martian Hern 1966 - no. 4
Box 18 MegCon Report 1962 - no. 57
Box 18 Meicon 1966
Box 18 Mensa science fiction
Box 18 Metrofan 1958 - meeting of the New York Fandom Council, nos. 8-9
Box 18 Midwestcon 1965, 1969 - annual meeting reports
Box 18 Minicon [1968?] - progress report nos. 1-2
Box 18 Mirage 1968
Box 18 Monda kulturo 1964 - no. 9
Box 18 Moonweb 1966 - vol. 1, no. 1
Box 18 Munich roundup 1968-1969 - nos. 104-105
Box 18 The multi-man 1968
Box 18 Mystification 1966 - vol. 1, no. 3; vol. 2, no. 1
Box 18 National fantasy fan 1966-1969 - vol. 25, nos. 4-6; vol. 26, nos. 1-7, vol. 27, nos. 1-6, vol. 28, nos. 5-6, vol. 29, no. 1; miscellaneous pieces
Box 18 News release 1967
Box 18 Nebula Awards - miscellaneous
Box 18 New York '67 1967 - annual meeting miscellany
Box 18 Niekas 1964-1965 - nos. 10-13
Box 19 New England Mensa 1967
Box 19 Nyarlathotep 1966-1968 - nos. 4, 6
Box 19 NyCon (25th WorldCon) 1967 - annual meeting
Box 19 Nycon comics 1967 - nos. 3-5
Box 19 Odd 1966-1967 - nos. 14, 16, 18
Box 19 on and on and on, etc.
Box 19 Oof 1968 - nos. 9-1/2, 10
Box 19 The original science fiction stories 1963 - vol. 11, no. 4
Box 19 Os 1968 - no. 1
Box 19 Ozarkon 2
Box 19 Pacificon 2 (22nd WorldCon) 1964 - miscellaneous
Box 19 Paranoia and science fiction 1967
Box 19 The Pavlat report 1959
Box 19 Penman 1965 - vol. 2, no. 2
Box 19 Perihelion 1967-1969 - nos. 3, 4, 6
Box 19 Pet rich 1965 - no. 4, also known as Ben-Crud-Yo #18, Wanderer #9, Sue Jackson #5, and Beth Robinson #32; no. 5, also known as Ben-Crud-Yo #20, Wanderer #11, and Sue Jackson #7
Box 19 The proceedings: ChiCon III (20th WorldCon) 1962-1963
Box 19 The proper Boskonian 1967-1969 - vol. 1, nos. 0, 1, 3, 4
Box 19 Psychotic 1965-1968 - nos. 18, 22-25
Box 19 The pulp era 1967 - no. 66
Box 19 QRM 1967 - no. 1
Box 20 RCD-25 1967 - Ron Cobb drawings
Box 20 Riverside quarterly 1964-1969 - vol. 1, nos. 1-4; vol. 2, nos. 1-4; vol. 3, no. 4
Box 20 Renaissance 1969 - vol. 1, nos. 1-2
Box 20 St. Louiscon (27th WorldCon) 1969 - miscellaneous
Box 20 Science fiction bulletin 1966-1967 - vol. 1, nos. 1-3
Box 20 Science fiction critic 1967 - nos. 3, 4, 6, 7
Box 20 Science fiction hall of fame 1969
Box 20 Science fiction news 1958 - no. 23
Box 20 Science fiction opinion 1967, undated - nos. 1, 7
Box 20 Science fiction review [San Diego] 1964-1966 - nos. 26, 37-38, 40-43
Box 20 Science fiction review [Santa Monica] 1968-1969 - nos. 28-30
Box 20 Science fiction times [Berlin] 1967-1969 - nos. 73, 75-83, 87-88, 91
Box 20 Science fiction times [Syracuse] 1958-1969 - nos. 187 (vol. 13), 273 (vol. 12), 280, 283-284, 303-304, 420, 420a, 421-424, 426-434, 438-441, 443, 445, 447-455, 460-465, 2 issues without number or date
Box 21 Science fiction title changes 1965
Box 21 Science fiction weekly 1967-1968 - nos. 182-192, 198, 200, 202-203, 205-206, 208-209, 216-221, 223-226, 229
Box 21 Science Fiction Writers of America (SFWA) - miscellaneous
Box 21 Science fiction yearbook 1964
Box 21 The secondary universe 1968 - national conference
Box 21 Second mercenary 1965 - also known as Ben-Crud-Yo #16
Box 21 The seldom seen 1967 - no. 2
Box 21 Shangri-l'affaires 1968 - nos. 72, 75
Box 21 Sirruish 1967, undated - no. 4 and unnumbered/undated issue
Box 21 Son of tightbeam 1968
Box 21 Speculation 1966-1969 - nos. 14-15, 20-21
Box 21 Speculative bulletin - no. 4
Box 21 Star Trek Fan Club 1967 - miscellaneous
Box 21 Starwitch Louhi rides again 1967
Box 21 Stroon 1966-1967 - nos. 1-7
Box 21 The swinging bore 1958 - no. 4
Box 21 The Syracon sentinel 1965-1966
Box 21 Syracuse 1965 - 3 issues
Box 21 Syzygy 1968 - no. 1
Box 21 Thru the haze 1968 - 2 issues
Box 21 Tightbeam 1966-1969 - nos. 40-45, 47-48, 54, 56
Box 21 Tintinnabulations 1968 - no. 2
Box 21 Tokon 1963, 1965, 1967 - annual meetings and miscellaneous items
Box 21 Tolkien journal 1965 - no. 2
Box 21 Tricon (24th WorldCon) - miscellaneous
See also World Science Fiction Convention, 24th, Cleveland OH, below.
Box 22 Trumpet 1965-1968 - nos. 1-3, 5-7
Box 22 Trypod 1968 - no. 2
Box 22 Tumbrils 1949 - no. 21
Box 22 Twilight zine 1966-1967 - nos. 16-22
Box 22 Uchujin 1967-1968 - nos. 115-119
Box 22 Vantage point 1945 - no. 2
Box 22 Westercon 1965, 1966 - annual west coast science fantasy conference
Box 22 Witzend 1966-1968 - nos. 1-5
Box 22 Wizard 1966 - no. 2
Box 22 Wizard and warrior 1965 - vol. 1, no. 1; also known as Galactic Outpost #9
World Science Fiction Conventions
20th WorldCon (Chicon III) 1962
See Convention Annual, Chicon III edition and The proceedings: ChiCon III, above.
21st WorldCon (Discon) 1963
See Convention Annual, Discon Edition, above.
22nd WorldCon (Pacificon 2) 1964
See Pacificon 2 (22nd WorldCon), above.
Box 22 24th WorldCon (TriCon) 1966
See also Tricon (24th WorldCon), above.
25th WorldCon (NyCon) 1967
See NyCon (25th WorldCon), above.
26th WorldCon (Baycon) 1968
See Baycon (26th WorldCon), above.
27th WorldCon (St. Louiscon) 1969
See Saint Louiscon (27th WorldCon), above.
Box 22 Writer's exchange 1965 - nos. 1-2
Box 22 WRR 1968 - vol. 4, no. 2
Box 23 The WSFA journal 1966-1968 - nos. 21-22, 36, 54
Box 23 Xenon 1968 - no. 1
Box 23 Zenith speculation 1965-1966 - nos. 9-13
Box 23 Zobee 1967 - vol. 1, no. 1
Box 23 Le Zombie 1968 - no. 66
Box 23 Miscellaneous

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