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Descriptive Summary and Abstract

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of the Papers

Restrictions

Online Catalog Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I: Biographical and Photographic Files. Box 1

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 1

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 2

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 3

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 4

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 5

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 6

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 7

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 8

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 9

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 10

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 11

Series II: Manuscripts. Box 12

Series III: Correspondence. Box 1

Series III: Correspondence. Box 2

Series III: Correspondence. Box 3

Series III: Correspondence. Box 4

Series III: Correspondence. Box 5

Series III: Correspondence. Box 6

Series III: Correspondence. Box 7

Series III: Correspondence. Box 8

Series IV: Published Files. Box 1

Series V: Book Reviews. Box 1

Series VI: Magazines. Box 1

Series VI: Magazines. Box 2

Series VII: Miscellaneous Files. Box 1

Series VII: Miscellaneous Files. Box 2

Series VII: Miscellaneous Files. Box 3

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 1

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 2

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 3

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 4

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 5

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 6

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 7

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 8

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 9

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 10

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 11

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 12

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 13

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 14

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 15

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 16

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 17

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 18

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 19

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 20

Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 21

Cushing Memorial Library, Texas A & M University

Inventory of the Sam Moskowitz Collection:

1940-1993



Descriptive Summary and Abstract

Creator Moskowitz, Sam
Title Inventory of the Sam Moskowitz Collection:
Dates 1940-1993
Identification SCI FI MSS 00256
Extent 49 linear ft.
Language English.
Repository Cushing Memorial Library College Station, TX 77843-5000

Biographical Note

Sam Moskowitz was born June 30, 1920, in Newark, N. J. He served in the U. S. Army during World War II. He worked in the wholesale food industry for most of his life, but maintained a literary career also. He was a literary agent and science fiction magazine editor, and was very active in the science fiction fan communities. Among others, he was a member of the Science Fiction League, Fantasy Amateur Press Association, First Fandom, Science Fiction Writers of America, Eastern Science Fiction Association and others. His activity was rewarded by a special plaque from the 13th World Science Fiction Convention in 1955 for his history of fan life, The Immortal Storm, the Big Heart Award for contributions to Science Fiction, and was named to the New Jersey Literary Hall of Fame in 1979.

Moskowitz was one of the founders of the World Science Fiction Convention, now in its 64th year. He was one of the first, if not the first, to lecture on science fiction to a University class.

Moskowitz was widely recognized as the leading amateur historian of science fiction and fantasy during his lifetime. He wrote many articles in the science fiction magazines, about science fiction and individual authors. In many cases, those were collected into book form later. Moskowitz was also a prolific letter-writer, communicating with many fanzines with comments, corrections of information published in the fanzines, or short articles on the field.

His historical treatments of science fiction and fantasy include The Immortal Storm: A History of Science Fiction (1954); Explorers of the Infinite: Shapers of Science Fiction (1963); Seekers of Tomorrow: Masters of Science Fiction (1966); and Science Fiction in Old San Francisco (1980), and may other titles. Moskowitz frequently published his history and criticism in The Fantasy Commentator, a highly regarded amateur magazine. His final completed book, a history of John W. Campbell, will appear in that magazine beginning in 2006.

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Scope and Content Note

The Sam Moskowitz collection consists of his research files, correspondence, manuscripts, many of his books, and working documents related to his study of the history of science fiction and fantasy. Drafts of two unpublished books are included.

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Organization of the Papers

This collection is organized into 8 series: Papers are arranged as they were held in the Moskowitz collection, as detailed in the finding guide.
Series I: Biographical and Photographic Files. Box 1
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 1
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 2
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 3
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 4
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 5
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 6
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 7
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 8
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 9
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 10
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 11
Series II: Manuscripts. Box 12
Series III: Correspondence. Box 1
Series III: Correspondence. Box 2
Series III: Correspondence. Box 3
Series III: Correspondence. Box 4
Series III: Correspondence. Box 5
Series III: Correspondence. Box 6
Series III: Correspondence. Box 7
Series III: Correspondence. Box 8
Series IV: Published Files. Box 1
Series V: Book Review. Box 1
Series VI: Magazines. Box 1
Series VI: Magazines. Box 2
Series VII: Miscellaneous Files. Box 1
Series VII: Miscellaneous Files. Box 2
Series VII: Miscellaneous Files. Box 3
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 1
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 2
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 3
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 4
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 5
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 6
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 7
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 8
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 9
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 10
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 11
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 12
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 13
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 14
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 15
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 16
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 17
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 18
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 19
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 20
Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 21

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Restrictions

Access

No restrictions.

Usage Restrictions

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

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Online Catalog Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the online catalog of Cushing Memorial Library. Researchers wishing to find related materials should search the catalog under these index terms.
Names
Moskowitz, Sam
Martin, Sam
Organizations
Eastern Science Fiction Association
Subjects
Science fiction fans
Fanzines

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Administrative Information

Provenance

Received from Sam Moskowitz Estate.

Processing Information

Processed by Hal Hall in 2006

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series I: Biographical and Photographic Files. Box 1

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1-10 23 Classics of Science Fiction, selected by Sam Moskowitz
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1-20 A. Merritt: Reflections in the Moon Pool, publicity booklet
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1-30 Autobiographical material
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1-40 Book Review information
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1-50 Commission Statement, 1980
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1-60 Compendium of Science Fiction Magazines- Publisher’s Agreement
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1-70 Copyright forms and information
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1-80 Crown Publishers
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1-90 Donald M. Grant Publisher’s Agreement
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1-100 Explorer’s of the Infinite (Japanese Edition) Publisher’s Agreement
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1-110 For Sale List
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1-120 Hayakawa Shobo and Co. LTD
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1-130 Honorary Certificate- The Eastern Science Fiction Association
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1-140 Horrors Unknown, Publisher’s Agreement
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1-150 Insurance Booklet for Sam Moskowitz
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1-160 Kathleen G. Leerburger’s Last Will and Testament
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1-170 Masters of Science Fiction, Publisher’s Agreement
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1-180 NU Voices Newsletter
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1-190 OF Time and Research
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1-200 Oswald Train Contracts
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1-210 Reference from Alexander Morrow for Frosted Foods
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1-220 Reprint Agreement
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1-230 Roger Elwood, Blank Release Agreement
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1-240 Royalty Statements
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1-250 Sam Moskowitz Interviews
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1-260 Seeker’s of Tomorrow: Masters of Modern Science Fiction, Review and Publisher’s Agreement
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1-270 Strange Horizons: The Spectrum of SF, Publisher’s Agreement
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1-280 Tear Sheets, Miscellaneous Items
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1-290 The Issue at Hand, review and author biographies
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1-300 Voyages Through Eternity, essay by Sam Moskowitz
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1-310 Walker and Company, royalty statements
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1-320 Why is a Fan, by Sam Moskowitz
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1-330 The World Publishing Company
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1-340 Ziff-Davis Publishing Rights
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1-360 Miscellaneous Photographs
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1-370 Ackermann, Forrest J.
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1-380 Adams, Robert
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1-390 Airships, Airplanes (Historic Army)
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1-400 Aldiss, Brian
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1-410 Alpaugh, Lloyd
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1-420 Asimov, Isaac
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1-430 Astounding Analog
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1-440 Australia
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1-450 Avallone, Mike
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1-460 Barker, Clive
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1-470 Bates, Harry
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1-480 Binder, Otto
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1-490 Blitzer, Gilda
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1-500 Bloch, Robert
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1-510 Bok, Hannes
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1-520 Brackett, Leigh
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1-530 Bradbury, Ray
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1-540 Bradfield, Harriat (Stratemeyer)
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1-550 Budrys, Algis
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1-560 Burnet, Francis Hodgson
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1-570 Burroughs, Hulbert, John Coleman
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1-580 Campbell, John Scott
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1-590 Campbell, Ramsey
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1-600 Chicago, 1940
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1-610 Chicago SF Con 1952
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1-620 Campbell, John W.
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1-630 Cincinnati SF Convention & Cincy Group
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1-640 Evans, Bill
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1-650 Fan Vets
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1-660 Farmer, Philip Jose
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1-670 First Fandom
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1-680 Florida World Con
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1-690 Herbert, James
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1-700 Hornig, Charles D
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1-710 Lay, Vernon
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1-720 Ley, Willy and Olga
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1-730 London Convention
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1-740 Macfadden, Bernarr
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1-750 Madle’s Photos
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1-760 Magazine Covers
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1-770 Margulies, Leo
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1-780 Merwin, Sam
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1-790 Merritt, A.
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1-800 Metrocon
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1-810 Metrocon-ESFA-HYDRA
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1-820 Michel, John B.
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1-830 Midwestcon
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1-840 Miles, Lois Jean
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1-850 Moffitt, Len and Mrs.
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1-860 Musacchia, John
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1-870 Nanovie, John
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1-880 Nebula Awards 1967
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1-890 NY SF Convention 1939
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1-900 New Orleans’ Convention
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1-910 NY SFL
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1-920 Nikola Tesla, Death Mask 1943
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1-930 Norton, Andre
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1-940 Nycon
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1-950 Oakland, 1952
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1-960 Oliver, Chad
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1-970 Orlando 1992
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1-980 Osheroff, Alex
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1-990 Oshinsky, Abe
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1-1000 Palmer, Raymond A.
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1-1010 Pelz, Bruce
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1-1020 Perdue, Elmer
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1-1030 Philadelphia SF Conference
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1-1040 Philadelphia World SF Convention 1953
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1-1050 Portland Convention (Norwes Con)
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1-1060 Queen SFL Convention
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1-1070 Robinson, Frank
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1-1080 Ruppert, Conrad
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1-1090 Russell, Eric Frank
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1-1100 San Diego 1952
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1-1110 San Francisco 1954
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1-1120 Schmitz, James H
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1-1130 Science Fiction Magazine (Photoprints)
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1-1140 SF Photos
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1-1150 Seabrook, William
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1-1160 Searles, A. Langley
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1-1170 Shephard, Leslie R
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1-1180 Sheppard, Lucius
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1-1190 Slan Shack
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1-1200 Slavin, Ricky
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1-1210 Smith, Clark Ashton
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1-1220 Smith, E.E.
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1-1230 Speaker, David M.
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1-1240 Speer, Jack
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1-1250 Sturgeon, Theodore
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1-1260 Sykora, William S.
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1-1270 Taurasi, James V.
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1-1280 Tooker, Richard
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1-1290 Toronto
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1-1300 Toronto 1973 and 1949
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1-1310 Train, Oswald
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1-1320 Tremaine, F. Orlin
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1-1330 Tucker, (Bob) Wilson
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1-1340 Unger, Julius
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1-1350 Vioy, H.G.
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1-1360 Wallace, F.L.
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1-1370 Walton, Harry
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1-1380 Wandrei, Donald
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1-1390 Weinbaum, Stanley G.
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1-1400 Weisinger, Mort
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1-1410 Williamson, Jack
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1-1420 Wilson, Richard
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1-1430 Wollheim, Donald A.
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1-1440 Wylie, Philip

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 1

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1-10 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "The Scholarship of Incidence: The Unfortunate State of Fantasy Scholarship"
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1-20 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Critical Terms for Science Fiction and Fantasy"
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1-30 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "The John W. Campbell Letters, Volume I"
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1-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "Five Steps to Science Fiction Sanity"
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1-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "Derleth, August William"
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1-60 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Twentieth-Century American Science Fiction Writers" Edited by David Cowart and Thomas L. Wymer.
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1-70 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Twentieth-Century American Science Fiction Writers" edited by Curtis C. Smith
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1-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "Survey Review – Science Fiction Bibliographers"
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1-90 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Imprisoned in a Tesseract: The Life and Work of James Blish"
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1-100 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology…"
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1-110 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Olaf Stapledon: A bibliography by Harvey J. Satty and Curtis C. Smith"
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1-120 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Benchmarks: Galaxy Bookshelf"
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1-130 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Olaf Stapledon" by John Kinnaird
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1-140 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "The Penguin Encyclopedia of Horror and the Supernatural"
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1-150 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Science Fiction, Fantasy and Weird Fiction Magazines"
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1-160 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction Editors (Magazine)"
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1-170 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Daphne du Maurier’s Classics of the Macabre"
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1-180 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Struggle to Create Beauty from the Horrors of Reality: David H. Keller’s Fantasy Stories"
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1-190 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Horizons: The Spectrum of Science Fiction" (folder 1)
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1-200 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Horizons: The Spectrum of Science Fiction" (folder 2)
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1-210 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Horizons: The Spectrum of Science Fiction" (folder 3)
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1-220 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Horizons: The Spectrum of Science Fiction" (folder 4)
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1-230 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Horizons: The Spectrum of Science Fiction" (folder 5)
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1-240 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Influence of Edgar Allan Poe on Science Fiction"
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1-250 Moskowitz, Sam. "Robert D. Swisher: An Obituary"
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1-260 Moskowitz, Sam. "Landmarks of Science Fiction"
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1-270 Moskowitz, Sam. "Judson Philips"
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1-280 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Science Fiction the Early Years"
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1-290 Moskowitz, Sam. "Uncanny"
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1-300 Moskowitz, Sam. "Bernarr MacFadden and his Obsession with Science-Fiction"
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1-310 Moskowitz, Sam. [Book covers]
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1-320 Moskowitz, Sam. [Collection science fiction]
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1-330 Moskowitz, Sam. [Review of Olaf Stapledon books]
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1-340 Moskowitz, Sam. "Coriell’s Last 'Dum Dum'"
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1-350 Moskowitz, Sam. [Autobiography]
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1-360 Moskowitz, Sam. [Untitled review of science fiction index]
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1-370 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Science Fiction of Nat Schachner"
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1-380 Moskowitz, Sam. "Collecting: A Form of Residual Research"
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1-390 Moskowitz, Sam. "Ricky Slavin: A Memoir"
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1-400 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "I. Asimov"
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1-410 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Magazines I Remember"
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1-420 Moskowitz, Sam. "Eliaby Cleator"
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1-430 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "The Index to 'Adventure' Magazine"
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1-440 Moskowitz, Sam. "A Remedy in Book Jackets"
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1-450 Moskowitz, Sam. "Hugo Gernsback and Edgar Rice Burroughs"
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1-460 Moskowitz, Sam. "William S. Sykora"
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1-470 Moskowitz, Sam. "John Giunta"
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1-480 Moskowitz, Sam. "Upton Sinclair Material"
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1-490 Moskowitz, Sam. "Fenton Ash: A Son of the Stars"
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1-500 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Lords of Serpent Land by Alan Connell"
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1-510 Moskowitz, Sam. "Proposal: jungle tales of tarzan—II"
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1-520 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Unforgotten: Pulp Artists Remembered"
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1-530 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "The Girl from Mars"
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1-540 Moskowitz, Sam. [Slide captions] (no slides)
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1-550 Moskowitz, Sam. "Unpublished Prose: 'Bootleg and Witches' and 'The Devil in the Heart'"
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1-560 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Loss of Wonder"
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1-570 Moskowitz, Sam. "Three Lines of Old French"
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1-580 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Last Prose-Poet and the Robots"
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1-590 Moskowitz, Sam. "Commentary: 'Through the Dragon Glass'"
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1-600 Moskowitz, Sam. "The 'Autobiography' of A. Merritt"
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1-610 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Pool of the Stone God – A Forgotten Merrittale?"
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1-620 Moskowitz, Sam. "W. C. Morrow: Forgotten Master of Horror, the First Phase"
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1-630 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Origins of Science Fiction Fandom: A Reconstruction"
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1-640 Moskowitz, Sam. "Olaf Stapledon: the Daughter, the Son, and his Political Perceptions"
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1-650 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Horizons: The Social Spectrum of Science Fiction"
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1-660 Moskowitz, Sam. [Science fiction magazine proposal]
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1-670 Moskowitz, Sam. "Bernarr MacFadden"

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 2

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2-10 Moskowitz, Sam. [Virgil Finlay]
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2-20 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Rise of Modern Science Fiction"
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2-30 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Psychiatric Syndrome in Science Fiction"
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2-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "When Women Rule" Copy 1
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2-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Negro in Science Fiction"
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2-60 Moskowitz, Sam. "Space, God and Science Fiction"
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2-70 Moskowitz, Sam. "Two Thousand Years of Space Travel"
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2-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "Two Thousand Years of Space Travel (Part II)"
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2-90 Moskowitz, Sam. "Yesterday’s Science Fiction is Today’s Fact"
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2-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "August William Derleth"
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2-110 Moskowitz, Sam. "John Giunta – Life and Death of an Illustrator"
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2-120 Moskowitz, Sam. "Coriell’s Final Dum Dum"
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2-130 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of “The Goddess of Death”
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2-140 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Date 1965: Modern Warfare"
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2-150 Moskowitz, Sam. [Stribling]
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2-160 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "The Complete Index to Astounding/Analog"
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2-170 Moskowitz, Sam. "Trilogies Not Confined to Fiction Alone"
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2-180 Moskowitz, Sam. "From Fanzines to Fame"
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2-190 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Nepenthe Poems"
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2-200 Moskowitz, Sam. [Olga Romanoff]
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2-210 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Struggle to Create Beauty From the Horrors of Reality: David H. Keller’s Fantasy Stories"
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2-220 Moskowitz, Sam. [Walter R. Cole]
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2-230 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "The Supernatural Tales of Fitz-James O’Brian, Volume I & II"
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2-240 Moskowitz, Sam. "Bernarr MacFadden Part IV: Ghost Stories"
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2-250 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review Annual 1988"
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2-260 Moskowitz, Sam. "Hugo Gernsback"
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2-270 Moskowitz, Sam. "George Griffith: Warrior of If"
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2-280 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "From the Beginning"
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2-290 Moskowitz, Sam. [Women SF Writers]
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2-300 Moskowitz, Sam. [Anthology {Prospectus]
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2-310 Moskowitz, Sam. [Fowler Wright]
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2-320 Moskowitz, Sam. [Robots]
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2-330 Moskowitz, Sam. "Highlights of Horror" [Prospectus]
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2-340 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "A Golden Anniversary Bibliography of Edgar Rice Burroughs"
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2-350 Moskowitz, Sam. "Alexei Panshin Papers: Philosopher in Torment"
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2-360 Moskowitz, Sam. "S. Fowler Wright"
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2-370 Moskowitz, Sam. [Science Fiction Magazines]
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2-380 Moskowitz, Sam. [John Wood Campbell]
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2-390 Moskowitz, Sam. "Lo: The Poor Forteans"
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2-400 Moskowitz, Sam. [Orlando Furioso]
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2-410 Moskowitz, Sam. [Bram Stoker]
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2-420 Moskowitz, Sam. [Fritz Leiber]
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2-430 Moskowitz, Sam. "A. Merritt: Reflections in the Moon Pool"
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2-440 Moskowitz, Sam. [Study of Science Fiction]
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2-450 Moskowitz, Sam. "Fantasy Among the Fjords"
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2-460 Moskowitz, Sam. "Religion in Science Fiction"
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2-470 Moskowitz, Sam. "Down the Science-Fiction Trail with Oklahoma’s Dan McPhail"
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2-480 Moskowitz, Sam. [Edgar Allan Poe Notes and Draft]
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2-490 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Future in Present Tense"
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2-500 Moskowitz, Sam. [Survey of Influential Authors]
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2-510 Moskowitz, Sam. [Future Developments]
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2-520 Moskowitz, Sam. [Anti-Semitism] (partial)
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2-530 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Importance of Being Mysterious"
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2-540 Moskowitz, Sam. "Some Facts Regarding C. L. Moore"
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2-550 Moskowitz, Sam. "William Tenn"
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2-560 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Contemporary Authors"
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2-570 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Science Fiction and fantasy Literature…"
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2-580 Moskowitz, Sam. "I Remember Derleth" Copy 1 of 2
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2-590 Moskowitz, Sam. "I Remember Derleth" Copy 2 of 2
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2-600 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction Calendar"
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2-610 Moskowitz, Sam. "Ten Most popular Science Fiction Books"

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 3

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3-10 Moskowitz, Sam. "Explorers of the Infinite"
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3-20 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" Folder 1 of 3
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3-30 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" Folder 2 of 3
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3-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" Folder 3 of 3
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3-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (Revisions) Folder 1 of 2
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3-60 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (Revisions) Folder 2 of 2
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3-70 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (Final MSS?) Folder 1 of 3
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3-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (Final MSS?) Folder 2 of 3
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3-90 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (Final MSS?) Folder 3 of 3
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3-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (Galley Proof) Copy 1 Folder 1 of 2
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3-110 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (Galley Proof) Copy 1 Folder 2 of 2

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 4

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4-10 Moskowitz, Sam. "Masterpieces of Science Fiction"
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4-20 Moskowitz, Sam. "Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction" Folder 1 of 2
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4-30 Moskowitz, Sam. "Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction" Folder 2 of 2
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4-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction" (Galley Proof) Copy 1 Folder 1 of 2
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4-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction" (Galley Proof) Copy 1 Folder 2 of 2
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4-60 Moskowitz, Sam. "Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction" (Galley Proof) Copy 2 Folder 1 of 2
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4-70 Moskowitz, Sam. "Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction" (Galley Proof) Copy 2 Folder 2 of 2
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4-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction" (Galley Proof) Copy 3 Folder 1 of 2
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4-90 Moskowitz, Sam. "Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction" (Galley Proof) Copy 3 Folder 2 of 2
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4-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction" (Galley Proof) Copy

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 5

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5-10 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction in Old San Francisco" Copy 1 Folder 1 of 2
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5-20 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction in Old San Francisco" Copy 1 Folder 2 of 2
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5-30 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction in Old San Francisco" Copy 2
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5-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction in Old San Francisco" Copy 3
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5-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "Horrors Unseen"
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5-60 Moskowitz, Sam. "Futures to Infinity" and correspondence
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5-70 Moskowitz, Sam. "'The Crystal Man' – Landmark Science Fiction by Edward Page Mitchell"
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5-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" (Galley Proof) Copy 2
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5-90 Moskowitz, Sam. "Masterpieces of Science Fiction" (Galley Proof) Master Set. Copy 5
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5-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "When Women Rule" Copy 2
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5-110 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Wonders of H.G. Wells" (Galley Proof)
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5-120 Moskowitz, Sam. "Stanley G. Weinbaum: Dawn of Fame" (Tearsheet)
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5-130 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Golden Pyramid" (Tearsheet)
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5-140 Moskowitz, Sam. "I Remember Campbell!"

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 6

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6-10 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction in Old San Francisco Vol. 1…"
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6-20 Moskowitz, Sam. "Master of Horror in Science Fiction: William Hope Hodgson" Copy 1
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6-30 Moskowitz, Sam. "Master of Horror in Science Fiction: William Hope Hodgson" Copy 2
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6-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "'The Crystal Man' – Landmark Science Fiction by Edward Page Mitchell" Folder 1 of 2
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6-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "'The Crystal Man' – Landmark Science Fiction by Edward Page Mitchell" Folder 2 of 2
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6-60 Morrow, William C. biography photocopy, from Dictionary of Alabama Biography, undatedJames D. Grimes address, on back of envelopeRobert Duncan Milne notes, on steno pad sheets, 14 leavesNote: "When the ape of the Idiot and Other People came out …" – quote from a letterMorrow – listing of records in Santa Clara County – San Jose. 2 copiesPhotocopy set from California and Californians, ed by Rockwell Hunt, 1926: Caxton; William C. Morrow; Emma Francis Dawson; Robert Duncan Milne.W. C. Morrow. Holograph list of story titles 2 leavesW. C. Morrow. Material in the Argonaut. Holograph listing of dates and story titles. 5 leavesBook review quote from Overland Monthly, February 1885, p. 202, with attached list, Photostats Necessary, listing items from the Daily True Californian, May – July 1856. Photostat of marriage license of W. C. Morrow and Lydia E. Heaughton (?). Holograph letter, John J. (Plum?) to Sam Moskowitz, on Martha A. Morrow, the McCreary Family, and other matters. Undated.Holograph Letter, John J. (Plum?) to Sam Moskowitz, on Martha A. Morrow. Undated.Holograph note on the McCreary family, with attach map.Typed note on William C. Morrow Sr. landholdings. 1 sheetHolograph note on John Absalom McCreary family. 1 sheetHolograph letter, John J. (Plum?) to Sam Moskowitz, on William C. Morrow and his family. 1 sheetCensus sheet "Extract from 1850 Census" with notes of Wm. C. Morrow family. 1 sheetNote from Early Settlers Along the Old Federal Road, by Mary E. Brantley, on Robert B. Morrow and Martha Frances McCreary. 1 sheetHolograph note on location and property of William C. Morrow in Evergreen, on "Sam Martin" notepaper.Information concerning William C. Morrow Jr. located in the Alabama Baptist. 1 leafPhotostat, Register of Officers and Students, University of Alabama, 1831-1901, title page, with p. 214-215, listing William Chambers Morrow.Data on William C. Morrow Family 3 leavesMobile newspaper, one leaf, Sunday, August 1, 1982, PORT CITY, p. 8. Photo of the Southern Hotel, formerly the Gulf City Hotel. Typed letter, F. Wilbur Helmbold to Sam Moskowitz, March 14th 1978, on the Morrow family in 1850. 1 leafTyped Letter, F. Wilbur Helmbold to Sam Moskowitz, July 17, 1978, on searching for birth records for William Morrow II 1 leafTyped Letter, Teresa Pradat to Sam Moskowitz, October 12, 1977, with an attached copy from the listing of attendees to the University of Alabama, the Register of Officers and Students, University of Alabama, 1831-1901.The Ape and the Idiot, by W. C. Morrow. Number Five of Six California Tales. Published bimonthly during 1939 for members of the Book Club of California, 1125 Russ Building, San Francisco. Limited to 650 copies. 13 p.Over an Absinthe Bottle: A Short Story by W. C. Morrow. California Literary Pamphlets No. 1, 1936. Published for members of the Book Club of California. Designed and printed by the Grabhorn Press, San Francisco. Limited to 500 copies. 13 p.Photostats of personal letters of W. C. Morrow, 17 leaves, ca. 1897 – 1918. Note on census records for Morrow, 1850.Photocopy, The Blue Angel of Elbingerode, by William C. Carpenter. California Illustrated Magazine, April 1892, p. 391-396.Photostat, The Rajah’s Nemesis, by W. C. Morrow. Source not identified.Holograph note: Morrow, W. C. Marble woman in French, hard cover. [?], Les (Soirels?) de Paris, 1914. Photocopy, Roads Round Paso Robles, by W. C. Morrow. Photocopy of a pamphlet, San Francisco, CA, 1904. unpaged, ca. 23 leaves.Periodical requests, Newark Public Library. 3 leavesPhotostat, holograph letter, W. C. Morrow to Mr. and Mrs. Clough, January 12, 1920. 1 leafPhotostat, "Souvenir Hotel del Monte, Monterey, California." 20 leaves, ca. 40 pagesTyped letter, Margaret to Sam Moskowitz, on searching for W. C. Morrow material, November 14, 1977. 1 leafPhotocopy, "An Estimate of Bret Harte," Sunset, Vol. 9, p. 230-232. Aug. 1902. 3 leaves.Holograph note on sources for five Morrow items: "The Haunted Burgler,""An Estimate of Bret Harte,""Book review, Lentala, by Morrow,""Book review, Lentala of the South Seas, by Morrow,""Two Outcasts of Oro," by Morrow.Holograph note, biographical material on Edward Page Mitchell, from A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, ed. by Edward C. Stedmarino, New York, Webster, 11 volumes. 1 leafTyped letter to Wilbur Helbold from Sam Moskowitz, November 26, 1977, requesting information on William Chambers Morrow II. 1 leafPhotocopy, "The Death of the Lion," p. 112-121. From "Henry James Vol. XV"?Photocopy, Bohemian Paris of To-day, title page, contents pate, introduction. 4 leavesPhotocopy, "Two Outcasts of Oro," Sunset magazine, Vol. 23, p. 249-253. Sep. 1909. 3 leavesPhotocopy, "A Golden Sepulchre," by W. C. Morrow, Overland Monthly, Nov. 1900, p. 501-506. 4 leavesPhotocopy of "Breaking Through," by W. C. Morrow, from The Spinner’s Book of Fiction, Paul Elder and Co., San Francisco. Reprinted from Success Magazine, September 1906. 13 leaves.Photocopy of "Over an Absinthe Bottle," by W. C. Morrow. Source not clear. 9 leaves.Photocopy of "The Rajah’s Nemesis," by W. C. Morrow. From Argonaut Stories, Payot, Upham and Co., 1906. 10 leavesPhotocopy of "The Man from Georgia," by W. C. Morrow. Californian, undated, p. 51-58. 5 leavesTypescript of a biographical note form "The Ape and the Idiot," by W. C. Morrow, No. 5 of California Tales. 1 leaf Photocopy of "A Strange Confession," by W. C. Morrow, The Californian, Sept. 1880 – March 1881. Note from "Joe" about California statehood. Undated. 1 leafNote regarding Milne’s drunkenness, undated. 1 leafTyped letter, L. D. S. Dobson to Sam Moskowitz, offering to research Milne matters, January 17, 1978. 1 leafPhotocopy, "A Glimpse of the Unusual," by W. C. Morrow. p. 373-379, unidentified source. 4 leavesBibliography note cards. 2 leavesPhotocopy, "The Music Teacher’s Sweetheart," by W. C. Morrow, Californian, October 1882, p. 357-363. 5 leavesPhotocopy of "A Glimpse of the Unusual," by W. C. Morrow, Californian, undated, p. 373-379, 8 leavesPhotocopy of "Rags, Sacks, and Bottles," by W. C. Morrow, Californian, June 1881, p. 41-46. 6 leaves.Typed document titled "Special Assignments," detailing research and copies needed by Moskowitz. Undated, 2 leaves. Holograph document. Notes on Dr. Basil Throndyke and Vanderbilt. 1 leafTyped Letter, Sam Moskowitz to "Birth and Death Recorder," Selma, Alabama. August 25, 1977, re William Chambers Morrow. Handwritten reply on letter, referring Moskowitz to the state records. Carbon copy attached. 2 leavesTyped letter, Sam Moskowitz to Margaret Moskowitz, November 26, 1977. On William C. Morrow. 1 leaf
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6-70 Notes, First Draft of 2nd book on S-F in Old San Francisco, 1890- Envelope from Scribners, containing a letter on review copies, and reviews of Strange Horizons. 9 leavesFull sheet Photostat, San Francisco Call, April 23, 1912. Faded, with article "Brilliant Reception is Given by Women’s Press Association," with the name of Mrs. W. C. Morrow underlined. Following pages note her remarks.[Old San Francisco, second book] mss pages, incomplete.
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6-80 Second Book on S-F in Old San Francisco, 1890- Copy 1Manuscript of Sam’s second book on S-F in Old San Francisco, 1890-, p. 1- 177.
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6-90 Second Book on S-F in Old San Francisco, 1890- Copy 2Manuscript of Sam’s second book on S-F in Old San Francisco, 1890-, p. 1- 177.Manuscript pages 33 – 35. "Though The Morning Call did not compare with The Examiner in the size of its literary section on Sundays, it had the distinction…"Unnumbered sheets: "Atlantis: The Antediluvian World by the politician Ignatius Donnelly had initially appeared in 1892. Ten years later a novel by Elizabeth G. Birkmaier…" 2 leavesManuscript pages 1 -2 with carbon of p. 2: "During 1889 the highlight of fantasy related material in The Overland Monthly was a 70,000 word novel a tale of the incredible by Leonard Kip, serialized . . ."
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6-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Life, Work and Times of A. Merritt"
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6-110 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction Research Association"
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6-120 Moskowitz, Sam. "Completed Fantasy and Science Fiction Research…"

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 7

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7-10 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Horizons" (Carbons) Folder 1 of 2
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7-20 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Horizons" (Carbons) Folder 2 of 2
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7-30 Moskowitz, Sam. "Under the Moons of Mars" (Final MSS, partial) Folder 1 of 2
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7-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "Under the Moons of Mars" (Final MSS, partial) Folder 2 of 2
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7-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "Under the Moons of Mars" (Final MSS?) Folder 1 of 2
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7-60 Moskowitz, Sam. "Under the Moons of Mars" (Final MSS?) Folder 2 of 2
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7-70 Moskowitz, Sam. "Voyagers Through Eternity" Copy 1 of 3
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7-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "Voyagers Through Eternity" Copy 3 of 3
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7-90 Moskowitz, Sam. "Detectives by Gas Light"
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7-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Witch’s Tale" (Radio)
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7-110 Moskowitz, Sam. "Hulbert Burroughs"
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7-120 Moskowitz, Sam. "William F. Benthanke"
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7-130 Moskowitz, Sam. "Edgar Rice Burroughs and Blue Book"
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7-140 Moskowitz, Sam. "Return to Sauk City"
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7-150 Moskowitz, Sam. "Obituary: Morris Scott Dollens"
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7-160 Moskowitz, Sam. [Collecting Science Fiction]
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7-170 Moskowitz, Sam. "I Remember Asimov"
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7-180 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Marketing of Stanley G. Weinbaum"
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7-190 Moskowitz, Sam. [August Derleth]
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7-200 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Fantasist’s Fabulous Guide"
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7-210 Moskowitz, Sam. "Burroughs Returns to Argosy"
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7-220 Moskowitz, Sam. "Bessie Gertrude Farnworth"

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 8

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8-10 Moskowitz, Sam. [Autobiographical Draft]
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8-20 Moskowitz, Sam. [Autobiographical Draft]
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8-30 Moskowitz, Sam. "Interview with Sam Moskowitz"
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8-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "Willy Ley"
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8-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Super-Science Sleuths"
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8-60 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Sleuth of Science Fiction"
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8-70 Moskowitz, Sam. "Sherlock Holmes"
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8-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "Under the Moons of Mars" (MSS w/ misc fragments)
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8-90 Moskowitz, Sam. "Blish on Blish" (Review of "The Issue at Hand")
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8-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Horizons"
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8-110 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Zane Grey"
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8-120 Moskowitz, Sam. "Introduction to 'Horrors in Hiding'"
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8-130 Moskowitz, Sam. "Christine E. Haycock, M.D."
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8-140 Moskowitz, Sam. "When Women Rule"
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8-150 Moskowitz, Sam. "Under the Moon of Mars"
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8-160 Moskowitz, Sam. "Raymond King Cummings"
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8-170 Moskowitz, Sam. "Edgar Rice Burroughs"
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8-180 Moskowitz, Sam. "A. Merritt"
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8-190 Moskowitz, Sam. "Murray Leinster"
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8-200 Moskowitz, Sam. "Virgil Finlay"
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8-210 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Gernsback 'Magazines' No One Knows"
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8-220 Moskowitz, Sam. "Poe on 'Trial'"
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8-230 Moskowitz, Sam. "Frank Atkins"
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8-240 Moskowitz, Sam. "Introduction to 'Horrors in Hiding'" (w/ misc fragments)
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8-250 Moskowitz, Sam. "Bernarr MacFadden"
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8-260 Moskowitz, Sam. "Out of Surfeit Comes Specialization"
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8-270 Moskowitz, Sam. "William Hope Hodgson"
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8-280 Moskowitz, Sam. "Nils Helmer Frome"
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8-290 Moskowitz, Sam. "T. S. Stribling"
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8-300 Moskowitz, Sam. "Isaac Asimov"
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8-310 Moskowitz, Sam. "Me and My Shadow"
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8-320 Moskowitz, Sam. "Nictzin Dyalhis: Mysterious Master of Fantasy"
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8-330 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Origin of the Term 'Fanzine'"
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8-340 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Compleat Fabian"

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 9

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9-10 Moskowitz, Sam. "Futures to Infinity" (partial MSS; corrected)
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9-20 Moskowitz, Sam. "Worlds of Tomorrow" Folder 1 of 2
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9-30 Moskowitz, Sam. "Worlds of Tomorrow" Folder 2 of 2
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9-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "Editor’s Choice in Science Fiction" (Tearsheets)
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9-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "Ghostly by Gaslight"
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9-60 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Man Who Called Himself Poe" (Galley Proof)
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9-70 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Man Who Called Himself Poe" (Page Proof)
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9-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Man Who Called Himself Poe"
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9-90 Moskowitz, Sam. "A. Merritt: Reflections in the Moon Pool" (Page Proof)
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9-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "History of SF in Great Britain"
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9-110 Moskowitz, Sam. "John W. Campbell" – unpublished?
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9-120 Moskowitz, Sam. "Edgar Rice Burroughs and His Blue Book"
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9-130 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction Terms"
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9-140 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Anne Inez McCaffrey, Forty Years of Publishing"
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9-150 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "PITFCS: Proceedings of the Institute for Twenty-First Century Studies"
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9-160 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Flowers for Algernon"

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 10

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10-10 Moskowitz, Sam. "Anatomy of a Major Private Research"
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10-20 Moskowitz, Sam. "Olaf Stapledon: The Man Behind the Works"
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10-30 Moskowitz, Sam. "Walter Lionel George"
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10-40 Moskowitz, Sam. "Prospectus: Explorers of the Infinite"
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10-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "Prospectus: Seekers of Tomorrow"
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10-60 Moskowitz, Sam. "Proposal: TV Series"
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10-70 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Signposts" (Galley Proof)
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10-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Signposts" (Manuscript) Folder 1 of 2
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10-90 Moskowitz, Sam. "Strange Signposts" (Manuscript) Folder 2 of 2
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10-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "Science Fiction Magazines"
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10-110 Moskowitz, Sam. "Isaac Asimov – Fan Guest of Honor"
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10-120 Moskowitz, Sam. "Edward Page Mitchell"
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10-130 Moskowitz, Sam. "Mictzin Dyalhis"
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10-140 Moskowitz, Sam. "Bernarr MacFadden"
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10-150 Moskowitz, Sam. "John Stapledon"
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10-160 Moskowitz, Sam. "A. Merritt Slides"
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10-170 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Burroughs Dictionary"
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10-180 Moskowitz, Sam. "A Daughter’s Perceptions of Olaf Stapledon"
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10-190 Moskowitz, Sam. "Voyagers Through Eternity" Folder 1 of 2
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10-200 Moskowitz, Sam. "Voyagers Through Eternity" Folder 2 of 2
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10-210 Moskowitz, Sam. "Willey Ley: Apostle of the Space Age"
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10-220 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Man Who Called Himself Poe"

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 11

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11-10 Moskowitz, Sam. "Fanzine"
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11-20 Moskowitz, Sam. "Alex Osheroff"
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11-30 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Anatomy of Wonder"
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11-40 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Science Fiction Book Review Index, 1974-1979"
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11-50 Moskowitz, Sam. "Voyagers Through Eternity"
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11-60 Moskowitz, Sam. "From Fanzines to Fame"
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11-70 Moskowitz, Sam. "Olaf Stapledon: the Daughter, the Son, and his Political Perceptions"
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11-80 Moskowitz, Sam. "Of Time and Research"
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11-90 Moskowitz, Sam. "The First World Science Fiction Convention"
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11-100 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Ninth World Science Fiction Convention"
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11-110 Moskowitz, Sam. "The 12th World Science Fiction Convention"
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11-120 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Thirteenth World Science Fiction Convention"
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11-130 Moskowitz, Sam. "The 16th World Science Fiction Convention"
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11-140 Moskowitz, Sam. "The 17th World Science Fiction Convention"
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11-150 Moskowitz, Sam. "The 18th World Science Fiction Convention"
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11-160 Moskowitz, Sam. "The 19th World Science Fiction Convention"
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11-170 Moskowitz, Sam. "The 22nd World Science Fiction Convention"
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11-180 Moskowitz, Sam. Review of "Grumbles from the Grave"
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11-190 Moskowitz, Sam. "Thomas M. Disch"
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11-200 Moskowitz, Sam. "Joan Vinge"
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11-210 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Origins of Science Fiction Fandom: a Reconstruction"
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11-220 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Knight-Moskowitz Polarization"
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11-230 Moskowitz, Sam. "Tom Swift and the Syndicate"
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11-240 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Willy Ley Story"
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11-250 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" Folder 1 of 2
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11-260 Moskowitz, Sam. "Seekers of Tomorrow" Folder 2 of 2
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11-270 Moskowitz, Sam. "Explorers of the Infinite" (Corrections to the MSS; needs to be filed w/ MSS)
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11-280 Moskowitz, Sam. "The Most Popular Stories in Weird Tales 1924 to 1940"
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11-290 Moskowitz, Sam. "John Shirley"
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11-300 Moskowitz, Sam. "F. Paul Wilson"
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11-310 Moskowitz, Sam. "Marvin Kaye"
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11-320 Moskowitz, Sam. "Linwood Vrooman Carter"
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11-330 Huckenpöhler, J. G. "Some Speculations Concerning the Origin of the Burroughs-Kline Feud"
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11-340 Cohen, Jack "How Real are Science-Fictional Aliens?"
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11-350 Ackerman, Forry "William H. Temple"
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11-360 [unknown author] "The Hooked Knife"
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11-370 [unknown author] "Basement Full of Books"
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11-380 [unknown author] [Anthology]
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11-390 Rey, Philippe. [Captain Future animated series]
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11-400 Blair, D. H. "Astounding Revisited" Copy 1 of 2
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11-410 Blair, D. H. "Astounding Revisited" Copy 2 of 2
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11-420 Stone, Leslie F. "Ken Burton: Time-Traveler" (Stone’s Synopsis)
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11-430 Robillard, Douglas. "The Assaults of Chaos: American Supernatural Fiction Since 1920" (Contributor notes)
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11-440 Wrzos, Joseph. "Garrett P. Serviss, The Second Deluge: An Introduction"
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11-450 Various. "Masterpieces of Science Fiction" Reviews, Contracts, etc…
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11-460 Campbell, John W. "Science Fiction Convention" (Speech)
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11-470 Leiber, Fritz. "The Dealings of Daniel Kesserich…"
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11-480 Robillard, Douglas. "American Supernatural Fiction"
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11-490 Hodgson, William Hope. "A Timely Escape"
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11-500 Hodgson, William Hope. "The Dream of X"
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11-510 Moskowitz, Sam and Christine E. Haycock, M. D. "Prospectus: SF History in Illustration"
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11-520 Gammell, Leon L. "The Novels of Startling Stories"
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11-530 Searles, A. Langley. "William Hope Hodgson: In His Own Way"
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11-540 Waugh, Charles G. "The Influence of Science Fiction Fiction Upon Scientific and Technological Innovations"
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11-550 Hall, Peter C. and Richard D. Erlich "Annotated Chronological List of Selected Fiction and Film…"

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Series II: Manuscripts. Box 12

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12-10 [34 miscellaneous notebooks with handwritten notes]
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12-20 [folder with miscellaneous handwritten notes, unsorted]

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Series III: Correspondence. Box 1

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1-10 91 letters
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1-20 1993-1994; 87 letters
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1-30 1993-1994; 43 letters
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1-40 1972-1996; 19 letters
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1-50 1989-1992; 29 letters
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1-60 1963-1984; 10 letters
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1-70 1940-1997 (Mostly 1989); 47 letters
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1-80 1989; 37 letters
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1-90 1988-1989; 25 letters
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1-100 History of Space Travel Exhibition, 1 letter
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1-110 1990-1993; 72 letters
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1-120 1992-1993 (mostly 1992); 38 letters
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1-130 1993; 53 letters
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1-140 Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1974-1980; 26 letters
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1-150 54 letters
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1-160 1973-1994; 49 letters
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1-170 1973-1984; 83 letters
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1-180 Re: Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction and Seeker’s of Tomorrow, 1965-1966; 64 letters
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1-190 Binder, Otto 1938-1954; 34 letters
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1-200 1980-1987; 26 letters
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1-210 1939-1984; 56 letters
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1-220 1984-1996 (mostly 1995); 95 letters
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1-230 1992-1995 (mostly 1995); 77 letters
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1-240 149 letters

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Series III: Correspondence. Box 2

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2-10 A Miscellaneous, 88 letters
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2-20 AB to AR, 75 letters
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2-30 A to ACK, 52 letters
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2-40 ACK to ALL, 46 letters
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2-50 Ackerman, Forrest J, 61 letters- there are several other Ackerman letters in A misc. folders
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2-60 Abrams to A.M.S. Press, 16 letters
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2-70 Alpaugh, Lloyd 22 letters
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2-80 American Women’s Association to Andrew 29 letters
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2-90 AR to AS 33 letters
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2-100 Archer, Dirce 28 letters
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2-110 Arkham to AVI Publishing 86 letters
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2-120 Aspen Bookhouse to ATLA 50 letters
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2-130 "Astro-Philosophy,""Space Prophecy" 7 letters
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2-140 Atlantic Bank 11 letters
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2-150 AV 46 letters
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2-160 B Miscellaneous-Folder 1, 47 letters
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2-170 B Miscellaneous- Folder 2, 68 letters
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2-180 Bachrach to Ballantine 51 letters
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2-190 Baltadonis 36 letters
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2-200 Banister to Becker 82 letters
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2-210 Bank Americard 2 letters
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2-220 Banker’s Trust Company 5 letters
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2-230 Beck 6 letters
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2-240 Beck, Claire 12 letters
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2-250 Beechurst to Bianco 182 letters
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2-260 Biggs to Bodleian Library 85 letters
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2-270 Boggs, Redd 67 letters
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2-280 Bok to Botsford 60 letters
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2-290 Bowker 6 letters
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2-300 Bowne, Jr., Sam 24 letters
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2-310 Boyce to Brazier 55 letters

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Series III: Correspondence. Box 3

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3-10 Brennan to Burks 138 letters
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3-20 Brooks (Assn. of Genealogists) 71 letters
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3-30 Burgess to Brady 64 letters
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3-40 Burge, Jerry 43 letters
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3-50 CA Miscellaneous 138 letters
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3-60 Campbell to Carcosa 20 letters
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3-70 Carlson to Chain Store 186 letters
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3-80 Carnell, E.J. 79 letters
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3-90 Chapman, G. Ken 158 letters
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3-100 Chains to Char 34 letters
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3-110 Cheney to Citadel 28 letters
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3-120 City to Coc 94 letters
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3-130 Cogan to Collins 17 letters
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3-140 Colby, Mel 11 letters
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3-150 Cole 48 letters
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3-160 Cole to Columbia 43 letters
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3-170 Collier’s 22 letters
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3-180 Commentary to Cosing 11 letters
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3-190 Conover, Jr., Willis 8 letters
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3-200 Consolidated to Coward 115 letters
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3-210 Crown to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 26 letters
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3-220 Crispin, Edmund 4 letters
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3-230 Crowl to Crown 27 letters
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3-240 Cummings, Ralph and Ray 65 letters
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3-250 Cun to Cuth 18 letters
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3-260 Da 12 letters
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3-270 Darrow, Jack 50 letters
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3-280 Daugherty to Davis 13 letters
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3-290 Day, Brad 7 letters
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3-300 Day, Don 15 letters
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3-310 DB to DEE 24 letters
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3-320 Degler, Claude 7 letters
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3-330 DEJ to DEL 12 letters
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3-340 Derleth, August to Hartmann, Forrest 14 letters
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3-350 DES to DEW 33 letters
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3-360 Deitz, Franklin M. 84 letters
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3-370 Dikty, Ted 31 letters
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3-380 Dixon to Dold 21 letters
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3-390 Dollens, Morris S. 9 letters
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3-400 Dollinger to Donahue 9 letters

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Series III: Correspondence. Box 4

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4-10 D Miscellaneous 7 letters
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4-20 Dor to Dye 48 letters
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4-30 Doreal, M. 4 letters
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4-40 Doubleday 109 letters
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4-50 Doyer 37 letters
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4-60 E Miscellaneous 6 letters
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4-70 EA to EP 170 letters
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4-80 Elwood, Roger 85 letters
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4-90 Emerson to EP 52 letters
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4-100 ER to Even 40 letters
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4-110 F Miscellaneous 22 letters
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4-120 F Miscellaneous 136 letters
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4-130 FA to FAPA 33 letters
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4-140 Fantast 59 letters
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4-150 Fantasy and Science Fiction (the magazine of) 47 letters
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4-160 Fantasy Publishing Co., INC. 101 letters
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4-170 Farley to Farnol 12 letters
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4-180 Farsace, Larry 38 letters
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4-190 Farr to Fek 14 letters
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4-200 Feath to Formanely 190 letters
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4-210 Fell, Frederick 21 letters
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4-220 Fortier, Joe J. 16 letters
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4-230 Foster to Frank 39 letters
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4-240 Free to Frome 67 letters
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4-250 Frosted Food Field 8 letters
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4-260 Frozen Foods England 63 letters
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4-270 Fryer to Fyfe 11 letters
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4-280 G Miscellaneous 19 letters
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4-290 GA to Gardner 76 letters
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4-300 Gardner, Thomas S. 25 letters
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4-310 Garner to Germany 27 letters
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4-320 Gibb to Gillespie 33 letters
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4-330 Gillings, Walter 22 letters
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4-340 Gip to Graham 39 letters
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4-350 Gnome Press 83 letters

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Series III: Correspondence. Box 5

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5-10 Goldsmith, Cele 42 letters
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5-20 Grandon Co. 112 letters
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5-30 Grant to Guthrie 86 letters
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5-40 Grant, Donald M 66 letters
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5-50 Gratz to Gram 32 letters
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5-60 Gras to letters out of order, "P’s" in wrong box and folder
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5-70 The Great Explosion by Eric Frank Russell 18 letters
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5-80 H Miscellaneous 97 letters
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5-90 Hadley, Thomas 10 letters
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5-100 Haggard to Hamilton 13 letters
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5-110 Hadley, Thomas 10 letters
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5-120 Hammond to Haun 134 letters
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5-130 Haycock to Henderson 85 letters
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5-140 Hendryx to Horvitz 187 letters
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5-150 Howard to Hydra 89 letters
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5-160 Hyperion Press, INC. 47 letters
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5-170 I Miscellaneous 111 letters
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5-180 I Miscellaneous 21 letters
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5-190 J Miscellaneous 27 letters
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5-200 J Miscellaneous 74 letters
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5-210 K Miscellaneous 39 letters
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5-220 K Miscellaneous 20 letters
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5-230 Kan to Keeley 90 letters
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5-240 Keightly, David N. 14 letters
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5-250 Kelso to Koeleman 145 letters
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5-260 Koestner to Kyle 132 letters

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Series III: Correspondence. Box 6

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6-10 L Miscellaneous 30 letters
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6-20 L Miscellaneous 8 letters
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6-30 Ladd to Lee 147 letters
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6-40 Leer 20 letters
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6-50 Leisten to Lewis 36 letters
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6-60 Ley, Willy 18 letters
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6-70 Liberty to London 106 letters
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6-80 Long to Lz 103 letters
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6-90 M Miscellaneous 28 letters
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6-100 M Miscellaneous 57 letters
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6-110 Mac to Mad 122 letters
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6-120 Madle, Robert A. 98 letters
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6-130 Mahaffey to Margraves 48 letters
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6-140 Margulies, Leo (Cylvia) 61 letters
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6-150 Margulies, Leo 189 letters
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6-160 Marquiss to Mead 82 letters
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6-170 Mc Miscellaneous 100 letters
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6-180 McBride 10 letters
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6-190 McPhail, Dan 16 letters
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6-200 Mears to Men 12 letters
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6-210 Menzel, Elizabeth 67 letters
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6-220 Meredith, Scott 60 letters
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6-230 Merlin to Merrill 6 letters
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6-240 Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner, and Bean 56 letters
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6-250 Meskys to Midwest 78 letters
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6-260 Milcross Book Service 65 letters
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6-270 Mills to Morrow 247 letters

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Series III: Correspondence. Box 7

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7-10 Moskowitz to Mullen 32 letters
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7-20 Munsick to Meyers 5 letters
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7-30 Mystery Writers of America 60 letters
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7-40 NA to NEW 134 letters
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7-50 N.J Bev. To New Yorker 27 letters
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7-60 NY Live Insurance 22 letters
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7-70 NY SF Circle 15 letters
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7-80 NY Science Fiction Conference (Hydra- Esfa) 30 letters
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7-90 New York Telephone 31 letters
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7-100 NY Times to Norcott 65 letters
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7-110 Newark, City of (taxes) 19 letters
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7-120 Nolan to Nuetzel 15 letters
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7-130 Norton, Alden H. 36 letters
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7-140 O Miscellaneous 30 letters
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7-150 O Conner, Paul Dennis 19 letters
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7-160 Off to Or 54 letters
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7-170 Oshinsky to Oz 19 letters
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7-180 P Miscellaneous 25 letters
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7-190 P Miscellaneous 76 letters
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7-200 P Miscellaneous 45 letters
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7-210 Pace to Page 40 letters
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7-220 Palmer to Petit 157 letters
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7-230 Penis 77 letters
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7-240 Peterson to Phil. 9 letters
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7-250 Peterson, John Victor 24 letters
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7-260 Philadelphia SF Society 49 letters
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7-270 Phillips 7 letters
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7-280 Pick-A-Book (See Gnome) 63 letters
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7-290 Pierce to Prentice 47 letters
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7-300 Polk to Popular 10 letters
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7-310 Popular Publications 19 letters
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7-320 Porges , Arthur to Price 15 letters
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7-330 Prime Press 24 letters
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7-340 Prophet to Protan 20 letters
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7-350 Pyramid 45 letters
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7-360 Q Miscellaneous 1 letter
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7-370 R Miscellaneous 17 letters
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7-380 Racic, Mario Jr. 41 letters
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7-390 Refrigeration Press 18 letters
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7-400 Regency to Rich 123 letters
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7-410 Richardson, Darrell C 27 letters
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7-420 Richer to Rosicrucian 90 letters
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7-430 Rothman, Milton A. 8 letters
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7-440 Rowe to Rynas 14 letters

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Series III: Correspondence. Box 8

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8-10 S Miscellaneous 81 letters
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8-20 S Miscellaneous 49 letters
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8-30 Sackett to San 30 letters
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8-40 Santesson, Hans Stefan 30 letters
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8-50 Sapiro to Schmidt 87 letters
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8-60 Schornstein, Harry 13 letters
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8-70 Schultz to Schwartz 18 letters
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8-80 Science Fiction Plus (Promotion and Publicity) 44 letters
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8-90 Science Fiction Plus Reader’s Letter (Alphabetically) 223 letters
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8-100 S-F Plus to Seattle 87 letters
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8-110 Segar to Seufert 30 letters
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8-120 Semantils 41 letters
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8-130 Service Facts 70 letters
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8-140 Shaw to Silvercon 70 letters
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8-150 Simak, Clifford D. 4 letters
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8-160 Simon & Schuster to Skirven 27 letters
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8-170 Slater, Ken 12 letters
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8-180 Slavin to Snyder 128 letters
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8-190 Soberg to Squires 85 letters
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8-200 Speer, Jack 29 letters
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8-210 Spencer, Paul (Spelman) 43 letters
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8-220 Sta to Stewart 72 letters
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8-230 Stickney to Swanson 82 letters
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8-240 Swart to Swisher 24 letters
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8-250 Sykora 63 letters
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8-260 Syms, H. Noran 69 letters
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8-270 T Miscellaneous 33 letters
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8-280 Tabakow to Tarr 32 letters
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8-290 A Tale of Two Clocks by James H. Schmitz 29 letters
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8-300 Tate, Arthur 22 letters
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8-310 Taurasi, James 186 letters
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8-320 Taxes to Towart 114 letters
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8-330 Train, Oswald 91 Letters
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8-340 Train, Oswald 121 Letters
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8-350 Tremaine to Tuck 29 letters
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8-360 Tucker, Bob (Wilson) 33 Letters
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8-370 Tullberg to Twentieth 26 Letters
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8-380 U Miscellaneous
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8-390 U Miscellaneous
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8-400 Under the Moons of Mars 29 letters
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8-410 V Miscellaneous 11 letters
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8-420 Van to Vanguard 10 letters
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8-430 Van Houten, Ray 70 letters
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8-440 Van Vogt to Voth 75 letters
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8-450 Vancouver 30 letters
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8-460 W Miscellaneous 37 letters
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8-470 Waldeyer to Wallace 27 letters
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8-480 Wallachs 74 letters
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8-490 Ward, Ed 6 letters
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8-500 Warner, Harry 23 letters
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8-510 Warren to Washington 30 letters
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8-520 Wasso, John 22 letters
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8-530 Webster to WesterCon 132 letters
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8-540 Weinberg 53 letters
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8-550 Weintstein to Weston 32 letters
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8-560 Wetzel, George T. 26 letters
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8-570 White to Widner 40 letters
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8-580 Wiggins, Olon F. 37 letters
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8-590 Wiley to Wilson, Don 114 letters
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8-600 Wing to Wish 31 letters
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8-610 Witter 129 letters
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8-620 WO Miscellaneous 97 letters
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8-630 Wolfe to Wolle 10 letters
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8-640 World Publishing Co. 193 letters
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8-650 Wood, Edward 78 letters
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8-660 Worrill 6 letters
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8-670 Wright to Wylie 17 letters
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8-680 Y Miscellaneous 11 letters
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8-690 Zabarsky to Zink 8 letters
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8-700 Zarrin to Zorn 19 letters
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8-710 Ziff-Davis Publishing Co. 19 letters
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8-720 Zubal, John T. 3 letters

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Series IV: Published Files. Box 1

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1 Moskowitz, Sam. Strange Horizons. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1976.Stapledon, Olaf. Far Future Calling. Philadelphia: Oswald Train, 1979.Keller, David H. Life Everlasting. Newark: Avalon, 1947.Moskowitz, Sam. Hugo Gernsback: Father of Science Fiction. New York: Criterion Linotyping & Printing, 1959.Extrapolation. Winter 1986.Special Collections. Fall/Winter 1982.Moskowitz, Sam and Alden H. Norton. Ghostly by Gaslight. New York: Pyramid, 1971.Moskowitz, Sam. Exploring Other Worlds. New York: Collier, 1963.Cinema. Mar 1966.Weird Tales. Winter 1973.CFS Review. May 1990.The New York Review of Science Fiction. Mar 1990.Fantasy Review. Dec 1986.Argosy. Mid-Year 1994.Outworlds. Apr 1991.Electronics Now. May 1994.Burroughs Bulletin. Oct 1991.Starship. Spring 1981.Starship. Spring 1981.Moskowitz, Sam. Proposal and Resume that Convinced Hugo Gernsback that He Should Issue Science Fiction Plus. 1959.Moskowitz, Sam. "Canada’s Pioneer Science-Fantasy Magazine."Science-Fiction Studies, 17 (1990): 84 – 92."Notes and Correspondence."Science-Fiction Studies, 13 (1986): 97 – 108.Moskowitz, Sam. "Anatomy of a Collection: The Sam Moskowitz Collection."Science/Fiction Collections: Fantasy, Supernatural & Weird Tales.Searles, A. Langley. "Books on Science-Fiction, 1937-1973: A Critical Evaluation."Essays in Arts and Sciences, 9 (1980): 157 – 202.[correspondence to Walter Scott from Sam Moskowitz, 1985][untitled manuscript]Day, Gene. Future Day. Flying Buttress: 1979.Morse, A. Reynolds. The Shielography Update. 1978.MagiCon (Program book). 1992.SunCon (Program book). 1977.Lunacon (Program book). 1994.World Fantasy Convention (Program book). 1983.Fantasy Review. Mar 1987.

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Series V: Book Reviews. Box 1

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1-10 Explorers of the Infinite book reviews
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1-20 Modern Masterpieces of Science Fiction and Seekers of Tomorrow Reviews\
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1-30 Miscellaneous Book Reviews, Folder 1
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1-40 Miscellaneous Book Reviews, Folder 2

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Series VI: Magazines. Box 1

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1 [Misc copies of magazine covers and contents].21.3rd Degree, The.Annex, The.Argosy.Barnstormers of Mars.Barsoomian Times, The.Bibliognost.Brazuca Review, The.Bulletin of the Science Fiction Writers of America, The.Chicago Tribune.CLFN.Conan the Adventurer.Connections.Degler/SF Weekly.Dime Novel Roundup.Emerson Wulling Library, The.ERB-dom/The Fantastic Collector.Esoteric Order of Dagon Amateur Press Association.Esoteric Order of Dagon. 1993.Esoteric Order of Dagon. 1994.Esoteric Order of Dagon. 1996.Fantasy-Comics.Fantasy-News.Fantasy-Times Quarterly.First Fandom News Letter.Geis Letter, The.Gothic Studies Newsletter, The.Happy Birthday, Tracy & Bill.Index to the International Science Fiction Yearbook.INFO Journal.Intergalactic Reporter, The.Intergalactic Reporter, The.Journal of Scientific Controversy, The.Journal of the Long Island Book Collectors.Lylda’s Flying Letters.Metro Plex Amateur Radio.Mile High Futures.Monster-Times.Moon Phases.National Fantasy Fan, The.New Aura.New York Review of Science Fiction, The.Notes from Bob Peterson.

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Series VI: Magazines. Box 2

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2 Noumenon.Owlswick Press.OZ Collector, The.OZ Gazette, The.OZ Observer, The.Piers Anthony Personal Newsletter.Pulpitations #9.Random Burroughsing!Rising Star.Science Fiction Age.Science Fiction Review.Science Fiction Weekly.Science-Fiction Times. (misc issues and fragments)Science-Fiction Times. (Vol. 16)Science-Fiction Times. (Vol. 17)Science-Fiction Times. (Vol. 18)Science-Fiction Times. (Vol. 19)Science-Fiction Times. (Vol. 20)Scientific Magazine – Junior Scientific Association.Scientific Monthly, The.SF Magazine.SFRA Newsletter.Signet SF Advance.Silverlock Companion, A.Spectator Amateur Press Society.Spud.Starship Express.Tales of the Unexpected.Technocracy Briefs.Time Traveler, The.Time.TNFF.Uncle Jam.United Fandom.Utopus Discovered.Vadjong.Valhalla.Whole Science Fiction Database. No. 11-12, Fall/Winter 1990.Whole Science Fiction Database. No. 9-10, Spring/Summer 1990.Woman’s Digest.Yesteryear.

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Series VII: Miscellaneous Files. Box 1

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1-10 Author Biographies
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1-20 Bodkin, M. McDonnell- The Adventures of Mr. Alfred Juggins
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1-30 Bradbury, Ray-The Smiling People
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1-40 Burroughs, Edgar Rice
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1-50 Correspondence, Photocopied International Scientific Assoc.- Cosmology magazine (folder 1)
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1-60 Correspondence, Photocopied International Scientific Assoc.- Cosmology magazine (folder 2)
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1-70 Cox, Sir Edmund C.-The Last Story
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1-80 Dawson, Emma Francis- The Dramatic in My Destiny
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1-90 Flying Lion
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1-100 Food Industry Items
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1-110 Freeman, R. Austin and J.J. Pitcain- From a Surgeon’s Diary
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1-120 Hodgson, William Hope- Eloi Eloi Lama Sabachthani
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1-130 Hoffmann & Poe Essay
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1-140 Howard, Robert E.-The Man on the Ground
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1-150 Jacobson, Jerry- Funeral in Another Town
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1-160 Johnson, Leslie J. & Frank Russell- Eternal Rediffusion
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1-170 Knibbs , Henry Herbert- The Forgotten Land
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1-180 Lovecraft, H.P. and Price, Hoffmann-Through the Gates on the Silver Sky
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1-190 Maclaren, Ian- The Clash of Dishes
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1-200 Magazine notes
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1-210 Marti-Ibanez, Felix- The Buried Paradise
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1-220 McPhail
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1-230 Misc. Dialog
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1-240 Misc MSS and Fragments
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1-250 Misc MSS and Fragments
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1-260 Misc MSS Hologram Pages
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1-270 Misc MSS (Horrors in Hiding)
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1-280 Misc MSS (Horrors in Hiding-folder 2)
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1-290 Misc loose items not in Folders
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1-300 Misc Notes and Fragments

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Series VII: Miscellaneous Files. Box 2

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2-10 Misc MSS Pages-Folder 1
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2-20 Misc MSS Pages-Folder 2
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2-30 Misc MSS Pages-Folder 3
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2-40 Misc MSS Pages-Folder 4
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2-50 Misc MSS Pages-Folder 5
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2-60 Misc MSS Pages-Folder 6
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2-70 Misc MSS Pages-Folder 7
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2-80 Misc MSS Pages-Folder 8
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2-90 Misc Sheets- Unorganized
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2-100 Misc Synopses
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2-110 Moffett, Cleveland-The Mysterious Card
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2-120 Moskowitz Misc MSS
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2-130 Moskowitz Misc MSS
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2-140 Moskowitz Misc MSS
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2-150 Moskowitz, Sam- The Woman Who Wrote "Citadel Fear"
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2-160 Proposals
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2-170 Review Copylist: Science Fiction Calendar
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2-180 Reynolds, Quentin- The Man Without a Soul
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2-190 Science Fiction Magazine Indexes
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2-200 Short Stories
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2-210 Smith, Clark Ashton (and Lin Carter)- The Utmost Abomination
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2-220 Tear Sheets
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2-230 Themes, Sources, and Quotes
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2-240 The Thing Invisible
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2-250 Thrill Book
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2-260 Tubb, E.C.- Sword in the Snow
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2-270 Unidentified Legal Transcripts (Incomplete)
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2-280 Willy Ley: Apostle of the Space Age
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2-290 World of Mockery- Sam Moskowitz

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Series VII: Miscellaneous Files. Box 3

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3-10 Satellite Science Fiction Magazine Mock-Ups

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 1

Series Scope: The "Subject Files" are the bulk of the folders from Sam Moskowitz’s fabled research collection. "Several boxes" were removed after Sam’s death, by persons unknown, including all files of the "Futurians" information. This series contains the remaining material, in the order as maintained by Moskowitz. Box One and a portion of Box Two of this series is presented at the item level, to give users some idea of what might be expected in the subject folders. The remainder is listed by folder only, using the titles as developed by Sam Moskowitz.
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1-10 1940 INDEXThe 1940 yearbook of science, fantasy and weird fiction, by Franklin H. Brady and A. Ross Kuntz
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1-20 1951 MAGAZINE INDEX Index to the science-fantasy magazines: 1951, by Earl Kemp
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1-30 1952 – MAGAZINES BY AUTHOR (A), by Earl Kemp [untitled list of authors and publications]
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1-40 1961 INDEX (LEWIS) (M)Index to the science-fiction magazines 1961, by Al Lewis Index to the science-fiction magazines 1961: corrections and additions
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1-50 1962 INDEX (LEWIS) (M) Index to the science fiction magazines 1962, by Al Lewis Index to the science fiction magazines 1962: corrections and additionsIndex to the science-fiction magazines 1961: second edition, by Al LewisIndex to the science-fiction magazines 1961: second edition; corrections and additionsA word about stf ‘n things, by Al Lewis
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1-60 ACE PAPERBACKSAn ace alpha-numeric annotated science fiction checklist, by Peter C. Dillon
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1-70 ACTION STORIESDifferent, edited and published by Sam Moskowitz [Nov 1973]
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1-80 AIR"Flights of fancy: ’55 predictions on air travel" [NY Times, Feb 28, 1986] "Man’s first flight over manhattan, 1876," by Jack Finney [NY Times, Aug 1, 1973]
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1-90 ALCHEMIST (MAGAZINE) [reference sheet]
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1-100 ALDEN PRESS The alden press 1 [booklet] (Forrest J. Ackerman) The alden press 2 [booklet] (Forrest J. Ackerman)
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1-110 ALDISS, BRIAN [handwritten note] reference to Encounter, Nov 1971 and Encounter, Mar 1965 [handwritten note] reference to Publishers Weekly [handwritten note] reference to Beyond, Apr 1965"A handy guide to sf galaxies," by Edmund Fuller [The Wall Street Journal, Aug 22, 1973][advertisement Frankenstein Unbound][handwritten notes] "Aldiss – Response" [2 pages]
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1-120 ALGER, HORATIO"Horatio Alger novel for adults to be issued," by Edwin McDowell [NY Times, Mar 6, 1986] [2 copies] "A few words about Horatio Alger, Jr.," by William Henderson [Publishers Weekly, Apr 23, 1973]"Up from penury," by Melvin Maddocks [Time, Feb 12, 1973][advertisement Alger, NY Times, Oct 3, 1971][mail advertisement Wayside Press, 4 pieces, in envelope]"Ted Trueheart, or goodness counts," by Ken McKenna [Daily News, Nov 16, 1971]"Although Horatio Alger Jr. is fixed forever…" [unknown source, date]
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1-130 ALL MAGAZINE FANTASY A to CURTISS (Alphabetical Index of Fantasy and Non-Fantasy Publications, A to Curtiss.)
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1-140 ALLEN, IRWIN"Irwin Allen wooing girl movie patrons" [Chicago ?, ? 21, 1961]
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1-150 ALLEN, JOHN (The Gospel According to Science Fiction. London: Falcon, 1975. 48pp.) The gospel according to science fiction, by John Allan
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1-160 ALLEY OOP (Vincent Hamlin)"Vincent Hamlin, cartoonist, dies; creator of alley oop was 93," by Bruce Lambert [NY Times, Jun 17, 19??] [photocopy]
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1-170 ALTERNATE WORLDS RECORDINGS [advertisement Alternate World Recordings, Inc.]
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1-180 AMATEUR FANTASY WRITER’S GUIDE (1936)"Amateur fantasy writer’s guide," complied and edited by Donald A. Wollheim.
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1-190 AMATEUR SCIENCE LEAGUE (see Sykora, Isa, Vadvona)"Amateur science league installs unit in Astoria" [unknown source, date]
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1-200 AMAZON [handwritten note] Amazon woman reference to Blue Book, Mar 1939
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1-210 AMBASSADOR (TWA AIRLINE MAGAZINE) [problem] [2 handwritten notes, illegible] [copy of note, 1]
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1-220 AMERICA MAGAZINE (McNelly, W. Sci-Fi: State of the Art)"'Sci-fi' state of the art," by Willis E. McNelly [America, Nov 8, 1975]
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1-230 AMERICAN ASTROLOGY (Raffetto, Bertha "Chosen: A Fantasy," 1935.) "Chosen: A Fantasy," by Bertha Raffetto [American Astrology, Feb 1935]
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1-240 AMERICAN ASTRONAUTICAL SOCIETY [meeting announcement for Mar 19, 1954, handwritten notes] [meeting announcement for Dec 1, 1955, handwritten notes, 3 pieces]Bulletin [later known as Astronautics] [title pages only] [various issues Nov 1931 to Oct-Nov 1934] [17 pieces] [photocopies]"What’s in the rocket?," by G. Edward Pendray [Scientific American, Jul 1934] [title page only] [photocopy][photo and description of Carver-Piecewicz motor] [photocopy]
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1-250 AMERICAN FICTION GUILD BULLETIN [photo and names of American Fiction Guild] "Names of members American fiction guild – March 1, 1933"American fiction guild bulletin [various issues Jan 15, 1935 to May 1937] [photocopies]
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1-260 AMERICAN MAGAZINE (Amos, Wayne. "Out of This World," Sept. 1953) "Out of This World," by Wayne Amos [American Magazine, Sep 1953]
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1-270 AMERICAN ROCKETRY ASSN. [handwritten note] Reference to NY Times Jan 1, 1942, p.25 [program from 1958 fall meeting of American Rocket Society]
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1-280 AMOSOFF, PROF. NIKOLAI M. (St. George, George "1991" Look, July 14, 1970) "1991," by George St. George [Look, Jul 14, 1970]
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1-290 ANALOG"Dell buys four noted fiction magazines," by Deirdre Carmody [NY Times, Jan 24, 1992] [petition to publisher Astounding Science-Fiction][Doubleday news release re: Analog I by John W. Campbell. Feb 8, 1963][2 advertisements Analog][renewal notification letter and contents] [8 pieces][award to John W. Campbell; Mar 3, 1963][unidentified article; torn]
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1-300 ANDREWS, ARLAN"Analog Appearances: Arlan Andrews" and "A Short History of the MAFIA" [1 sheet]
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1-310 ANTARCTIC – PLANTS"Weird plants found under Antarctic ice," by Al Rossiter, Jr. [The Star-Ledger, Jul 23, 1979]
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1-320 ANTHOLOGIES, A CHECKLIST OF SCIENCE FICTION "A checklist of science-fiction anthologies" [order form]
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1-330 ANTI-SEMITISMNational Christian News [unknown date] "Christian Youth Corps" [1 sheet]"Who belongs to hate groups?" [pamphlet] "USSR under Jewish rule" [pamphlet]
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1-340 APOLLINAIRE, GUILLAUME"Speaking of books," by Robert Scholes [NY Times Book Review, Oct 22, 1967] "Paris: of the filter and the current," by Pierre Schneider [NY Times, Dec 8, 1969][handwritten notes on Apollinaire] [1 page]
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1-350 APOLLO (HOLLAND) Apollo [unknown date]; Nuetzel, Charles. Minnaars 2075.
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1-360 APOLLO 17"Mark Van Doren, 78, poet, teacher, dies" [NY Times, Dec 12, 1972] "City sees a pattern of violence against minorities," by David K. Shipler [NY Times, Dec 12, 1972] [stapled to above article][advertisement: correspondence from Holland America Cruises re: Apollo 17 launch event] [3 pieces]
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1-370 APPLETON, EDWARD JACK [handwritten note] Reference to Popular Magazine Apr 1926
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1-380 AQUATIC APPARATUS OF THE 19TH CENTURY "Aquatic apparatus of the 19th century" [unknown source, date]
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1-390 ARFOR PUBLISHERS [order form for The Struggle in Space, by Aleksandr Beliayev]
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1-400 ARISIANS (CLUB, NY) "La vie arisienne" Vol. 1 No. 1
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1-410 ARKHAM COLLECTOR [handwritten note page re: Arkham catalogue?] [order form] Arkham House
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1-420 ARLEN, MICHAEL J. "Under the green hat" [Time, Jun 8, 1970] [2 pages]
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1-430 ARMSTRONG, HERBERT W. "Herbert W. Armstrong dead at 93; founded worldwide church of god" [The Star-Ledger, Jan 17, 1986]
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1-440 ARMSTRONG, JACK [envelope containing article] "Jack Armstrong, namesake for 1930’s radio hero, dies" [NY Times, Jun 13, 1985]
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1-450 ARNOLD, EDWARD LESTER reference to Harper’s Magazine Feb 1903 [or 1963?] [referenced material] "The Edge of an Empire" [Harper’s Monthly Magazine, Feb 1903]
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1-460 ARTArt & Man, Vol. 7, No. 5 (Lucas, Bradbury) Sotheby’s artwork packet, [Apr 26, 1995] [50 pieces]Sotheby’s Mad about Mad [Friday Oct 20, 1995]Small artwork "Man with Absolute Notion" [unknown artist, date][program] Science Fiction Art Auction [Sat, Sep 19, 1992][postcard from Ben Stashower to Moskowitz][untitled sketch] by Alva Rogers [untitled sketch] by James Kepnes
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1-470 ARTHUR RACKHAM MEMORIAL COLLECTION The Arthur Rackham Memorial Collection [booklet]
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1-480 ARTHUR, ROBERT [handwritten note] Arthur reference to Writers Digest[handwritten note] Arthur reference to Detective Fiction Weekly[untitled article, unknown source, date] "In cooperation with Columbia University…"
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1-490 ARTZYBASHEFF, BORIS"A letter from the publisher" [Time, Jul 23, 1965] "Milestones" [Time, Jul 23, 1965]
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1-500 ASH, FENTON [handwritten bibliographic info, 1 page]
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1-510 ASIMOV, ISAAC"Life in the 21st Century" [Modern Maturity Feb-Mar 1984] AARP Bulletin, Vol. 36 No. 1. [pgs 1-2][program to Asimov memorial ceremony, Apr 22, 1992] [2 copies]"Mrs. Asimov 'barely got by' on $25,000" [Boston Herald Traveler, Oct 22, 1971] [2 copies][miscellaneous handwritten notes, 14 pgs][photo of Asimov] [photocopy][obituary] "Isaac Asimov, 1920-1992" [Fantasy Commentator][program] "Isaac Asimov: the science fiction writer as a prophet" [Artists Articulate, Nov 2, 1980][illegible handwritten note re: 1953-54][photo of Asimov] [NY Times? Mar(?) 16, 1988]"Isaac Asimov dead at 72" [Star-Ledger, Apr 7, 1992][invitation] "On the publication of his two 200th books…" [Mar 1, 1979?][handwritten note] reference to "Cyrano de Bergerac"[obituary] "Isaac Asimov, whose thoughts and books…" [NY Times, Apr 7, 1992]"Isaac Asimov on staying power" [NY Times, May 22, 1986][handwritten note] reference to Gerasimov, Russian correspondent"2 master storytellers bewitch scientists with strange tales," by Richard D. Lyons [NY Times, May 30, 1984]Little Brothers, by Isaac Asimov. 1988. [in correspondence from The Pretentious Press] [autographed]"Chemists succumb to fantasy’s lure," by Malcolm W. Browne [NY Times, Apr 12, 1992]"Isaac Asimov’s true mentor," by James Dickey [letter to the editor?] [Washington Post, May 4, 1992]"Dial-a-beam: fiber optics link Atlantic calls," by Al Frank [Star-Ledger, Dec 15, 1988][obituary] "Isaac Asimov," by John Clute [Gazette, unknown city, Apr 7, 1992]Cancer News Vol. 33 No. 3"The protean penman," by Stefan Kanfer [Time, Dec 19, 1988]"There goes the neighborhood," by Isaac Asimov [American Way, Jun 24, 1986]"John Darling" [Star-Ledger, Feb 9, 1987 thru Feb 12, 1987] [2 copies of Feb 9 and Feb 10]The Newsday Magazine, Sep 22, 1985"Asimov is celebrating 300th book’s publication," by Edwin McDowell [NY Times, Dec 17, 1984]"Silence!," by Isaac Asimov [American Way, May 1984]"Isaac Asimov pays a visit," by Chris Farlekas [Times Herald Record, Oct 4, 1984][photo] "View of the future" [Times Herald Record, Oct 5, 1984][handwritten note] reference to Asimov, Murder at the ABA"Asimov’s logic refuted," by Carol K. Tharp, M.D. [letter to editor] [American Medical News, Mar 16, 1979]"Dramatic events that shaped our lives," by Isaac Asimov [Family Weekly, Sep 17, 1978][advertisement for Isaac Asimov, edited by Olander and Greenberg]"The astonishing Asimov," by Joanna Russ [Washington Post, Apr 1, 1979][book reviews] "The foundation trilogy,""Asimov’s guide to science,""Murder at the ABA,""Asimov’s guide to the bible: the old testament" and "the new testament" [Time, Feb 26, 1979][handwritten note] reference to Jul 20, 1942"Science and the sense of wonder," by Isaac Asimov [Washington Post fall Education Review, Aug 12, 1979]"Why I wouldn’t have done it this way," by Isaac Asimov [TV Guide, Jan 16, 19??][newspaper clipping] "'Fantastic Voyage'…Fascinating Hokum" [unknown source, date][handwritten note] reference to Boys Life, Oct 1965[handwritten note] reference to Cavalier, Jun 1966"Those guilt-provokers," by Isaac Asimov [unknown source, 1972]"Asimov, 'on fire to explain,' writes 100th book – about himself," by Israel Shenker [NY Times, Oct 18, 1969]"Husbands, beware!," by Isaac Asimov [TV Guide, Mar 22, 1969]"Supermouths" [NY Times Magazine, Mar 3, 1974][untitled article] "Science fiction aficionados…" [unknown source, May 1967]"Who needs money?," by Isaac Asimov [American Way, unknown date]"Isaac Asimov: savant of science fiction, lover of limericks, master of mysteries," by Michael Kernan [Washington Post, Jul 27, 1976]"Asimov at 200," by Thomas Lask [unknown source, date][invitation to event celebrating Asimov’s two hundredth book publication, Feb 1979] [in envelope][invitation to unknown event, date]"Crossing the U.S. with a man who won’t fly," by Janet Jeppson [NY Times, Feb 25, 1978] [correspondence from Larry Ashmead re: Asimov appearance on Today Show Jul 7, 1967] "No fulyack he," by Gerald Jones [NY Times Book Review, Feb 29, 1979][advertisement for Opus 200, by Isaac Asimov][advertisement for In Memory Yet Green, by Isaac Asimov][newspaper clipping] "…damnedest piece of science-fiction hokum…" [unknown source, date]"Nuclear fusion: where to get energy when the oil wells run dry," by Isaac Asimov [Parade, Feb 18, 1979]"What makes Isaac write?," by Peter Stoler [Time, Feb 26, 1979][correspondence from Belle C. Dietz re: Asimov file] [attached is college paper "Psychobiography of a City Man," by Belle C. Dietz, Fall 1968]"The by-product of science fiction," by Isaac Asimov [Chemical and Engineering News, Aug 13, 1956] [2 copies][advertisement for The Collapsing Universe, by Isaac Asimov]"As easy as pi," by Harry Schwartz [NY Times Book Review, Apr 24, 1977][advertisement for Asimov and his books, Doubleday & Company, Inc.]"Isaac Asimov man of 7,560,000 words," by Lewis Nichols [NY Times Book Review, Aug 3, 1969][handwritten note] reference to chest x-rays and Steven Horii(?), M.D."Isaac Asimov describes his life," by Robert Cromie [Chicago Tribune, Jun 17, 1966]"The actors are mostly invisible," by Jonathan N. Leonard [NY Times Book Review, Jul 29, 1962]"Real scientist writes space era fiction," by John Mason Potter [Boston Post Magazine, May 17, 1953]"The translator" [Time, Jul 7, 1967]"That odd chemical complex, the human mind," by Isaac Asimov [NY Times Magazine, Jul 3, 1966][handwritten note] reference to American Way, Michael Crichton[handwritten note] reference to NY Times Magazine, Jan 5, 1975[print] The Mechanical Horse J. C. Orozco"Mike Wallace asks Prof. Asimov 100 years from now—what?" [NY Post, Oct 8, 1957]"Of Molecules and Men," by Isaac Asimov [NY Times Book Review, Jul 21, 1963][advertisement for The Intelligent Man’s Guide to Science, by Isaac Asimov]"Naturally occurring radioisotopes," by Isaac Asimov [Journal of Chemical Education Vol. 30][advertisement for The Intelligent Man’s Guide to Science, by Isaac Asimov][handwritten note] reference to Asimov on "Youth wants to Know, City Section, 10:30"[biobibliography of Isaac Asimov] [from "AWL Set I," Feb 1, 1960][handwritten note, partly illegible] list(?) beginning with "End of Eternity""It is all coming true" [The Cape Argus, Apr 7, 1962]"Fact catches up with fiction," by Isaac Asimov [NY Times Book Review, Nov19, 1961][book review and comment on Asimov’s Guide to the Bible]"The by-product of science fiction," by Isaac Asimov [IRE Student Quarterly, Feb 1959]"Botulism rare, but often fatal," by Isaac Asimov [Freeport Journal Standard, Jul 20, 1971]"Sometimes you’re right," by Isaac Asimov [The Writer, Jun 1957]"Isaac Asimov 1920-1992," by R. Daniel Olivaw [Columbia, summer 1992] [photocopy]"A celebration of Isaac Asimov: a man for the universe," by Kendrick Frazier [Skeptical Inquirer, Vol. 17][comic] [The Denver Post, pg 3-I, Apr 19, 1992]"The truth isn’t stranger than science fiction, just slower," by Isaac Asimov [NY Times, Feb 12, 1984][manuscript] [untitled] "To those readers of the July, 1938 issue of Astounding Science-Fiction…" [unknown date] [4 pages]
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1-520 ASIMOV, STANLEY [obituary] [2 pieces] [unknown source, Aug 18, 1995] [obituary] "Stanley Asimov, 66, Newsday Executive" [2 pieces] [NY Times, Aug 17, 1995]"They told us so—years before," by Stan Asimov [Newsday, Nov 6, 1957]
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1-530 ASSORTED SERVICES [advertisement letter]
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1-540 ASSORTED SERVICES (British Fans) [advertisement letter]
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1-550 ASTONISHING STORIES (CANADA) [handwritten note, partly illegible] reference to Canadian Astonishing Stories
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1-560 ASTOUNDING – 1930-1939A Checklist of Astounding: Part I. 1930-1939, by B. T. Jeeves
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1-570 ASTOUNDING INDICESAstounding Story-Key 1930-1951
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1-580 ASTOUNDING STORIES [handwritten note] reference to "Blue Infinity cover""Street & Smith’s ASTOUNDING" [publication list]
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1-590 ASTOUNDING STORIES (BOOK REPRINTS) UNKNOWN "Book reprints from Astounding" [publication list] [several copies, some incomplete] [handwritten notes/lists] "Astounding Stories""Weird Tales" [publication list, 1939]"Stories reprinted from 'Unknown Worlds'" [publication list] [many handwritten notes] [several copies with varying notes][various personal and handwritten notes]
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1-600 ATLANTA [handwritten notes] Atlanta [5 pages] [handwritten notes] Atlanta [1 page]"SFWA Agenda, Atlanta WorldCon 1986" [1 page]"Association of Science Fiction Artists Information Packet, WorldCon 1986, Atlanta, GA" [6 pieces]
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1-610 ATLANTA CONVENTION (AGACON, 1955)"Fandom Atlanta Newsletter" Vol. 1, No. 1 [announcement] The AGACON: the first annual southeastern science fiction conference [1955] [2 copies]"Progress report number one. The AGACON: the first annual southeastern science fiction conference" [Dec 1954] [attachments]"Progress report number two. The AGACON: the first annual southeastern science fiction conference" [Mar 1955]"report-one" [booklet] [2 copies]"report-two" [booklet]
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1-620 ATOMICS"The atom smashers," by Sam Moskowitz [Fantasy Fiction Field, Oct 6, 1945] [photocopy] "First atomic ship will be retired" [NY Times(?), unknown date]The Atomic Revolution [1957]"The atomic bomb: its first explosion opens a new area" [unknown source, date]"The terrifying truth about the h-bomb," by James H. Winchester [Sunday Mirror Magazine, Mar, 22, 1953]"The war ends: burst of atomic bomb brings swift surrender of Japanese" [Life, Aug 20, 1945]"The 36-hour war" [Life, Nov 19, 1945]"Peacetime uses of atomic energy" [unknown source, date]"The atom and you in ’52," by Arthur Halliburton and James H. Winchester [Sunday Mirror Magazine, Feb 24, 1952][handwritten note] reference to "The Mystery," by White and Adams, 1906
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1-630 AUSTIN, WILLIAM [handwritten note] reference to "New England Galaxy, Sept 10, 1824" [1924?] [handwritten note] reference to "Personal memoirs Vol. I Joseph J. Buckingham"
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1-640 AUSTRALIA (see Waiting for Paul J. Stevens, History Melborne Fandom)"200 book up for first trip to planet" [The Mail, Mar 18, 1950] [unknown source, possibly Adelaide, South Australia]"These were patented before we heard of flying saucers" [The Sunday Herald, Apr 9, 1950] [unknown source, possibly Australian]"A martian sent a mild rebuke" [Sydney Telegraph(?), Feb 12, 1950]"To the moon in nine hours by 2000 a.d." [Sydney Telegraph(?), Feb 7(?), 1950]"Booked for a planet trip" [The Mail, Mar 18, 1950] [unknown source, possibly Adelaide, South Australia]"Planning her trip to mars" [The Sunday Sun and Guardian, May 7, 1950] [unknown source, possibly Australian]"Flying saucers were here 20 years ago" [Telegraph, Apr 9, 1950] [unknown source, possibly Australian]"2000 want to fly to planets" [Sydney Herald(?), Mar 26, 1950][correspondence from Graham Stone, Feb 3, 1991][correspondence to Graham Stone from Sean McMullen, Nov 1, 1990][correspondence to Sean McMullen from Joe Czynski, Dec 12, 1990] [photocopy]"1981 Guff Ballot Form""This is a marvelous time to be here" [Newsweek, Feb 21, 1966]
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1-650 AUSTRALIAN FANDOM [correspondence from Graham Stone, Sep 26, 1996] [5 pgs] [correspondence to Graham Stone, Oct 1, 1996][agenda to the fourth Sydney science fiction conference, 1951] [signatures included]"Publicity release two." 6th Australian science fiction convention Melbourne. [1957]"Publicity release 9." 5th Australian science fiction convention Melbourne. [1956]"Publicity release 7." 5th Australian science fiction convention Melbourne. [1956]"Publicity release 6." 5th Australian science fiction convention Melbourne. [1956]"Publicity release 4." 5th Australian science fiction convention Melbourne. [1956]"Publicity release 2." 5th Australian science fiction convention Melbourne. [1955]"DUFF 1976" [ballot form][handwritten note] "Australian Fan Magazines"
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1-660 AUSTRALIAN FANTASY (B)A Checklist of Australian Fantasy, by S. L. Larnach, 1950
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1-670 AUSTRALIAN MONTHLY "Voyage through space," by Peter Hastings [Australian Monthly, Aug 1950] "How they will fly to the moon" [The Australian Post, Sep 28, 1950]
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1-680 AUSTRALIAN POCKET BOOKS (B) The AUSSUSA SAPSzine
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1-690 AUSTRALIAN S-F ASSN, JOURNAL OF THEJournal of the Australian Science Fiction Association
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1-700 AUTHENTIC SCIENCE FICTION Check List & History of Authentic Science Fiction, by Brian Burgess
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1-710 AUTHOR AND JOURNALISTAuthor and Journalist, Oct 1950 Author and Journalist, Jul 1939
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1-720 AUTHOR, MAGAZINE, STORY POLLS (B)"Science-fantasy report card no. 5" [booklet] [Jul 1951]
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1-730 AUTHORS IMAG-INDEX (WITTER) (A) The Authors Imag-Index, Section One, edited by Richard Witter, 1945 [handwritten notes/lists] [24 pages]
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1-740 AUTHORS, ARTIST, REVIEWERS 1976, PRO & FANZINES (BRIAN McCARTHY) A Guide to Fantasy and Science Fiction Publications, compiled by Brian J. McCarthy
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1-750 AUTO DELIRIUMAuto Delirium, edited by Perry Middlemiss
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1-760 AVALON COMPANY"Accounting: The Avalon Company" [booklet] "The Avalon Company" [9-pg paper] [unknown author, date][correspondence to "Subscriber" from Sam Moskowitz and Will Sykora for the Avalon Company] [unknown date]"Accounting: the Avalon Company," by Sam Moskowitz [Jun 1, 1949][handwritten note] "June 27, 1949 – dissolved / Aug 25, 1947 – formed"
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1-770 AVON SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY READER [handwritten note] reference to Noah Gardner and Sal Cohen
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1-780 AVORIAZ FILM FESTIVAL"New French film festival succeeds by audacity," by John Rockwell [NY Times, Feb 15, 1994]
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1-790 BACHELOR’S STF ASS’N OF THE WORLD"BSAW Bulletin Number One" [unknown date]
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1-800 BACON, FRANCIS (LORD BISLEY)"The man who saw through time," by Loren Eiseley [Saturday Evening Post, May 19, 1962]
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1-810 BACTERIA"Field in California gets a second dose of altered bacteria" [NY Times, May 14, 1987]
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1-820 BAHR, ROBERT [handwritten notes on Bahr, others] [1 page]
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1-830 BAILEY, J. O. [advertisement] What is it? Trash or Literature?[manuscript] "Pilgrim’s Progress: Prelude and postscript to the publication of J. O. Bailey’s 'Pilgrims Through Space and Time,'" by Sam Moskowitz[correspondence to Gary K. Wolfe from Sam Moskowitz, Jul 5, 1981]"Notes for 'Pilgrim’s Progress'"[memorial resolution] "James Osler Bailey: August 12, 1903 – October 30, 1979"[Dec 14, 1979] [business card of Mike Martin attached][handwritten notes] [19 pages][handwritten note on NY Public Library note sheet]"The Thomas Hardy Festival" [preliminary brochure][correspondence to "Members of the M.L.A., Scholars Who Have Written about Thomas Hardy, and Other Who May Be Interested" from J.O. Bailey, Nov 30, 1967][correspondence to A. Langley Searles from J.O. Bailey, Jan 2, 1945] [photocopy][correspondence to J.O. Bailey from A. Langley Searles, Jan 5, 1944] [photocopy][correspondence to A. Langley Searles from Ben Abramson, Nov 2, 1948] [photocopy]"J. Verne to A. Bomb," by John W. Chase [NY Times, Dec 28, 1947] [photocopy][correspondence to J.O. Bailey from A. Langley Searles, Dec 30, 1944] [photocopy][correspondence to A. Langley Searles from J.O. Bailey, Jan 7, 1945] [photocopy][correspondence to A. Langley Searles from Ben Abramson, Nov 10, 1945] [photocopy][correspondence to A. Langley Searles from J.O. Bailey, Dec 26, 1945] [photocopy][correspondence to Ben Abramson from J.O. Bailey, Oct 30, 1948] [photocopy]
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1-840 BAKER STREET IRREGULARS [publication list] The Baker Street Irregulars, Inc.
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1-850 BALLANTINE BOOKS (TRANSFILE) "Paperback talk," by Ray Walters [NY Times Book Review, Dec 25, 1977] "Conglomerate loner," by Richard R. Lingeman [NY Times Book Review(?)] [unknown date]"Paperbacks: new and noteworthy" [NY Times Book Review, Oct 23, 1977]
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1-860 BALLANTINE, IAN "Ian Ballantine, 79, a publisher who led move into paperbacks," by Mary B. W. Tabor [NY Times, Mar 10, 1995] "Ian Ballantine memorial" [unknown source] [May 11, 1995]
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1-870 BALLARD, J. G."Suburban Sleep," [Time, Nov 13, 1989] [review of Running Wild, by J.G. Ballard] "Tale of time and the river," by Paul Gray [Time, Apr 25, 1988] [photocopy][correspondence to potential reviewer from Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Inc. re: Concrete Island, by J.F. Ballard (sic)]"Ballard alters world with delight in 'Creation,'" by Roger Harris [Sunday Star-Ledger, Mar 27, 1988][advertisement for Empire of the Sun (movie)] [NY Times, Dec 9, 1987]"A boy saved by the bomb," by John Calvin Batchelor [NY Times, Nov 11, 1984] [review of Empire of the Sun, by J.G. Ballard]"Film: Spielberg’s 'Empire of the Sun,'" by Janet Maslin [NY Times, Dec 9, 1987]"Fly Away," by Malcolm Bradbury [NY Times, Dec 9, 1979] [review of The Unlimited Dream Company, by J.G. Ballard][handwritten note] reference to Today Show appearance, Dec 10, 1987[handwritten note] reference to Beyond, Apr 1965[handwritten note] reference to Re Search, no.8/9 (and/or Box 11)[handwritten note, partly illegible] re: Ballard story[letter to the editor re: The Best Short Stories of J.G. Ballard] [unknown source, date][handwritten note] reference to profile by Mark Purcell, May-Jun 1971"Short and sweet," by Roger Harris [Sunday Star-Ledger, May 26, 1991] [review of War Fever, by J.G. Ballard]"The road to 'crash,'" by Tom Shone [New Yorker, Mar 17, 1997]
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1-880 BALLOONING"The birth of American air travel" [TelNews, Feb 1991]
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1-890 BALTADONIS, JOHN V. [handwritten note] reference to Jack Johnson [pen name?] "A portfolio of some rare and exquisite poetry…" [booklet]"This F.A.P.A. election" [booklet]"Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year"
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1-900 BALTIMORE [flyer] "Baltimore in 1971" [Maryland Association for Science-Fantasy?] [2 copies] "Now let’s be logical!" [advertisement for 1967 World Science Fiction Convention?] [2 copies]"Balticon 21 – Special Super Limited Edition" [Apr 19, 1987]"Preliminary progress report #1: for 1967 say Balticon""Baltimore Science Fiction Forum. Bulletin number two." [Dec 1951]
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1-910 BAMBER, WILLIAM R. [handwritten note] reference to Underworld, Nov 1933 "Let’s face the facts, pulp writers!," by Wallace R. Bamber [The Author & Journalist, Jul 1932] [photocopy]
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1-920 BARNES & NOBLEThe Wine and the Music, by William E. Barrett [Oct 1968] Sixth Sense – Science or Nonsense? [1965]
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1-930 BARNES, ARTHUR K. [handwritten note] reference to Locus, May 22, 1970, etc.
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1-940 BARON MUNCHAUSEN (FILM) [handwritten note, partly illegible] "How a notorious liar might have lived," by Vincent Canby [NY Times, Mar 10, 1989]"'Baron Munchausen' fantastic to a fault," by Richard Freedman [Star-Ledger, Mar 10, 1989]"The fabulous world of Karel Zeman," by Paul Healy
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1-950 BAROQUE, BAGATALES, BROBDINGNAGIAN"Baroque, Bagatales, Brobdingnagian" [booklet]
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1-960 BAROQUE, BAGATALES, BROBDINGNAGIAN [handwritten note] Maurice M. Kaplan [alias] [correspondence to Sam Moskowitz from David Mead, Jun 28, 1996][manuscript] "The science fiction of Philip Jacques Bartel," by David G. Mead [handwritten note] reference to Mystery Novel Magazine, Aug 1936
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1-970 BATES, HARRY [handwritten note] "Bates, Harry, died, Sept., 1981"
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1-980 BATTEAU, DR. WAYNE (SEE HARVARD U.) "Dr. Wayne Batteau" [NY Times, Oct 30, 1967]
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1-990 BATTLESTAR GALACTICA"Space adventures has its eyes on the future," by Kay Gardella [Daily News, May 23, 1978]
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1-1000 BAUM, L. FRANK "L. Frank Baum: from Oz to science fiction," by David L. Greene and Douglas G. Greene [unknown source, date] [photocopy] "The absolute at large: a classic revisited," by William E. Harkins [unknown source, date] [photocopy]
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1-1010 BAY AREA NEWS (GOLDEN GATE FANTASY SOCIETY) Bay Area News, No. 4 [Jun 15, 1946] Bay Area News, No. 3 [Apr 31, 1946]Bay Area News, No. 2 [Apr 15, 1946]Bay Area News, No. 1 [Apr 8, 1946]
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1-1020 BBC (BRITISH BROADCASTING) SEE LETTERS"A journey into the future with BBC 2’s new science fiction series" [Radio Times, Jan 2, 1969]
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1-1030 BEARDSLEY, AUBREY [illustration] "Birth for Lucian’s Strange History, Suppressed" [photocopy] [illustration] "Lucian’s Strange Creatures, Suppressed" [photocopy][illustration] "Snare of Vintage, as Published" [photocopy][illustration] "Suppressed Snare of Vintage for Lucian’s True History" [photocopy]"Antsy Commentator" [photocopy][illustration] "Dreams for Lucian’s True History" [photocopy][unknown illustration]
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1-1040 BEAUMONT, CHARLES [handwritten note, partly illegible]
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1-1050 BECK, CLAIRE P. [envelope to Sam Moskowitz from Claire Beck, 3 enclosures follow] [enclosure] [booklet] "The Timber," by Henry Vaughan[enclosure] [booklet] "The Raven Days," by Sidney Lanier[enclosure] [booklet] "Coronach," by Sir Walter Scott "Announcement of sale" from Claire Beck [1939]"Notice: I am disposing of the major portion of my collection…" [unknown date]
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1-1060 BEE-HIVE Bee-Hive, Fall 1967 [handwritten note on cover re: article on p.18: "In the beginning there were hippogypians," by Fred Brewer]
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1-1070 BEISER, ARTHUR (ELIZ. MENZEL)"Mt. Wrangell Expedition," by Arthur Beiser [Oct 1953] "Where do cosmic rays come from?," by Arthur Beiser
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1-1080 BELGIUM [handwritten note] "Belgium SF in Cypher(?) 6 & 7"
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1-1090 BELLAH, JAMES WARNER"James Warner Bellah, 77, author of novels, stories, and scenarios" [NY Times, Sep 24, 1976]
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1-1100 BELLAMY, FRANCIS (AUTHOR OF ATTA)"Francis Bellamy, author, was 85" [NY Times, Feb 4, 1972]
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1-1110 BENFORD, GREGORY "Gregory Benford: science in his lab, science in his fiction," by Gary Taubes [Discover, Aug 1983] "Interview: Gregory Benford," by Jeffrey Elliot [Galileo] [unknown date] [photocopy]
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1-1120 BENJAMIN, PARK [handwritten notes] [1 page]
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1-1130 BENSON, E. F. [handwritten note] reference to The Outcast
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1-1140 BENTHAKE, WILLIAM F. [handwritten notes] [1 page]
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1-1150 BENTLEY, PHYLLIS [obituary] "Phyllis Bentley" [NY News, Jun 29, 1977]
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1-1160 BEOWOLF POLL [correspondence to "Fan" from Gerry de la Ree, Aug 1945] [correspondence to "Fan" from Gerry de la Ree, Feb 20, 1945][correspondence to "Fan" from Gerry de la Ree] [unknown date]"Beowulf" [p.6 only] [Mar 1944]
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1-1170 BERGEN EVENING RECORD"Yesterday’s dreams, tomorrow’s realities," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Aug 29, 1959] [2 copies]"Terror and fear are imprinted on h-war’s pathetic survivors," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record, Aug 26, 1960]"Yesterday’s dreams, tomorrow’s realities," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Aug 22, 1959] [2 copies]"Space flight: prelude to act 1," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Aug 16, 1958]"Mars…the red enigma!," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Jul 14, 1956]"The moon: men will stand there by 1985," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Aug 22, 1953]"Captain Marvel’s mouthpiece," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Feb 7, 1953]"A labor of love: fantasy art work," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Oct 22, 1955]"Their hobby’s out of this world," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Sep 24, 1955]"He draws planes but wants to fly them," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Mar 10, 1956]
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1-1180 BERGEN RECORD"First earth satellite: a hale dream come true," by Gerry de la Ree [Bergen Evening Record Week-end Magazine, Apr 6, 1957] [2 copies]
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1-1190 BERGONZI, BERNARD [handwritten note] reference to "The New York Review of Books" Mar 17, 1966
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1-1200 BEST LISTS"Forgotten Masterpieces of Science Fiction" [3 pages] [photocopy]
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1-1210 BEST SELLERS"Best Sellers" [NY Times Book Review, Mar 6, 1983] "Best Sellers" [NY Times Book Review, Jan 16, 1983]"Paperback Best Sellers" [NY Times Book Review, Jan 16, 1983]
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1-1220 BEULAH’S SCRAPBOOK (SHAW) Beulah’s Scrapbook, No. 1 [Feb 14, 1944] Beulah’s Scrapbook, No. 2 [Apr 3, 1944]
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1-1230 BEYONDBeyond [newsletter] [3 issues] [unknown dates] "Beyond" [1 page]Beyond: Edge of Night, by J. K. Aiken [homemade book]

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 2

Series Scope: The "Subject Files" are the bulk of the folders from Sam Moskowitz’s fabled research collection. "Several boxes" were removed after Sam’s death, by persons unknown, including all files of the "Futurians" information. This series contains the remaining material, in the order as maintained by Moskowitz. Box One and a portion of Box Two of this series is presented at the item level, to give users some idea of what might be expected in the subject folders. The remainder is listed by folder only, using the titles as developed by Sam Moskowitz.
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2-10 BIBLIOGRAPHICA FUTURICA FANTASTICA"Bibliographica Futurica Fantastica" [Aug 1967]"Bibliographica Futurica Fantastica Checklist 1" [Jan 1969]"Bibliographica Futurica Fantastica SF Bulletin" [Dec 1969]
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2-20 BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CHECKLIST (LERNER)"An annotated checklist of science fiction bibliographical works," complied by Fred Lerner [Mar 1969]
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2-30 BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INTRO TO THE STUDY OF SF (BRIAN J. MCCARTHY)"A bibliographical introduction to the study of fantasy and science fiction," by Brian J. McCarthy [1974]
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2-40 BIBLIOGRAPHY CONFERENCE (1969)[registration form]
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2-50 BIBLIOGRAPHY OF FANTASTIC FICTION (SEARLES) (B)A Bibliography of Fantastic Fiction, by A. Langley Searles [1944]"The book-a-page bibliography" [2 pages]
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2-60 BIBLIOGRAPHY, S-F BOOKS"Science-fiction and fantasy-fiction books" [unknown date]
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2-70 BIBLIOPHAN (MEDHURST)"The Bibliophan!" [Oct 1941?]
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2-80 BIGFOOT"Is it bigfoot, or can it be just a hoax?" by Boyce Rensberger [NY Times, Jun 30, 1976]
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2-90 THE BIG THREE (BOGGS) (M)The Big Three: Ten Years in Retrospect, by Redd Boggs [1960]
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2-100 BILLCAR, HARVEYPractical Psychology for Physicians, Nov/Dec 1974
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2-110 BISHOP, CAPT. H. G. (U.S.A.)[handwritten note] reference to Broadway Magazine, Dec 1907[handwritten note] reference to Cosmopolitan, Aug 1910[handwritten note] reference to Nickell Magazine, Apr 1903[handwritten note] [1 page]
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2-120 BITTNER, ARCHIE[handwritten note] reference to Writer’s Digest, Apr 1930[correspondence to Sam Moskowitz from Will Murray, Sep 19, 1989][advertisement] "Write for the billion-word market" [Writer’s Digest, Apr 1930][advertisement] [Writer’s Yearbook, 1930]
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2-130 BLACK SKULL (ARTHUR TATE)The Black Skull Magazine [unknown date]
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2-140 BLACK STAR"Arcturian SISFA Annual 1943-1944" [booklet]"Black Star" [Feb 1945]"Black Star" [unknown date]"Black Star" [Nov 1944]"Black Star" [Sep 1944]"Black Star" [Aug 1944]"Black Star" [Jul 1944]"Black Star" [Apr 1944]"Black Star" [Mar 1944]"Black Star" [Nov 1943 to Feb 1944]"Black Star" [Oct 1943]
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2-150 BLADES, LESLIE BURTON"Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarians" [Feb 1967] [booklet]
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2-160 BLAKELY, DOUGLAS"The Alien Salvation," by Douglas Blakely
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2-170 BLASSINGAME, WYATT[handwritten note, partly illegible]
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2-180 BLISH, JIM[handwritten note, partly illegible][handwritten note] SCI-CON 7 Guest of Honor[handwritten note, partly illegible][handwritten note, partly illegible]"James Blish, 54, writer, is dead" [NY Times, Jul 31, 1975] [3 copies]"Of the admirable Friar Bacon," by Edmund Fuller [Wall Street Journal, Jul 7, 1971][advertisement] "James Blish: Cities in Flight"[handwritten note, partly illegible][handwritten note]"Errata" [The Night Shapes, by James Blish][correspondence to Langley (Searles?) from John Howard, Dec 19, 1992][obituary] "James Blish, 54, science fiction writer" [Washington Post, Aug 1, 1975][handwritten notes] [8 pages]"Tesseract" [Mar 1960]
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2-190 BLOCH, ROBERT"Robert Bloch," bibliography complied by Graham M. Hall[handwritten note] "See also Robert Bloch"
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2-200 BLOCH, ROBERT[handwritten note] reference to "The Dream,""Shoggy, #32"(?), etc[handwritten note] reference to "autobiography and biblio #8, summer 1949"[handwritten note] reference to "Animal Fair,"Playboy, May 1971[handwritten note, partly illegible][photo] "Schwartz" on reverse[handwritten note] reference to 15 mystery stories Jun 1950[handwritten note] reference to "The Robert Bloch Companion," etcBest Articles & Stories [Jan 1960]"Return of Crackpot," by Claude Degler, Jr. [unknown date]
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2-210 BLONDIE[comics section, Sunday Star-Ledger, Mar 6, 1966] [handwritten notes on page re: The Bohemian, Oct 1907, etc]
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2-220 BLOODSTONE, THE BLOOMER, C. HAMILTON, JR."The Bloodstone," editor and publisher C. Hamilton Bloomer, Jr. [Mar 1937]
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2-230 BLUE STAR MYSTERY"Blue Star Mystery" summer 1976 [2 copies]"Blue Star Mystery" Vol.1, #3 [unknown date]"Repeat #3…" spring 1977 [newsletter?]"Blue Star Mystery 2" [unknown date][publication lists] [4 pages, separate?] [unknown dates]
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2-240 BODIN, ED[handwritten note] reference to The Writers Forum, Vol.1, No.1
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2-250 BOLTON, WHITNEY"Looking sideways: credit an American for earth satellite idea," by Whitney Bolton [Newark Evening News, Apr 11, 1957] [2 copies]"Looking sideways," by Whitney Bolton [Newark Evening News, Dec 8, 1953]"Looking sideways," by Whitney Bolton [Newark Evening News, Sep 12, 1953]"Looking sideways," by Whitney Bolton [Newark Evening News, Jan 6, 1955][correspondence to Whitney Bolton from unknown, 1/14/54] [attached: "Looking sideways," by Whitney Bolton (Newark Evening News, Dec 8, 1953)]
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2-260 BOND, JAMES (IAN FLEMING)"Ian Fleming," by John Pearson [Life, Oct 7, 1966]
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2-270 BONESTELL, CHESLEY[handwritten note][obituary] "Painter Chesley Bonestell, 98, dies" [Los Angeles Times, Jun 26, 1986] [attached are other parts of issue][obituary] "Painter Chesley Bonestell, 98, dies" [Los Angeles Times, Jun 26, 1986] [photocopy][handwritten note] reference to interview in Space World, Dec, 1985[handwritten note] reference to biography [problem] [handwritten note, illegible] [handwritten note] "Jan 1, 1888""Solar System" [Life, May 29, 1944][Modern Maturity, Apr – May 1977]
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2-280 BONESTELL, CHESLEY (BIBLIO)[Scientillo, Winter 1961]
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2-290 BOOK BIBLIOS (MISCELLANEOUS) (B)[handwritten note] reference to "Slatten, Vargo""A list of books not found in the usual s-f and fantasy biblios," by Milton Spahn"A partial list of s-f & f books usually not found in bibliographies," by Milton Spahn[untitled document] [1page] [novels and authors?]"Books – Bibliography" [1 page]
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2-300 BOOKGUIDEBookguide, Sep 1957Bookguide, Jun 1958Bookguide, Jan 1959
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2-310 BOOKLOVER’S ANSWERThe Booklover’s Answer #4, Mar – Apr, 1963
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2-320 BOOKMAN, THE[pages 69, 250-251, 297-300 of The Bookman] [photocopies]
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2-330 BOOKS – 1974The New SF Bulletin: SF Books of 1974
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2-340 BOOKS (LIBRARY FRED C. BROWN) (B)"Library of Fred C. Brown - 1957" [38 pages]
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2-350 BOOKS AND BOOKMENBooks and Bookmen, Oct, 1966
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2-360 BORGES, JORGE LUIS"Borges on life and death," by Amelia Barili [NY Times, Jul 13, 1986]"Jorge Luis Borges dead, a giant of Latin literature" [Newark Star-Ledger, Jun 15, 1986]"Jorge Luis Borges, a master of fantasy and fable, is dead," by Edward A. Gargan [NY Times, Jun 15, 1986]"A voice of peace, alone," by Tad Szulc [Parade Magazine, Nov 14, 1982] [includes magazine cover]"To honor a prize," by Richard Eder [NY Times Book Review, Aug 7, 1977]"Tinkertoying with the 20th century," by John Leonard [NY Times Book Review, Aug 8, 1976][handwritten note][advertisement for Doctor Brodie’s Report]"The last word: H. Bustos Domecq on the New Architecture," by Jorge Luis Borges and Adolfo Bioy-Casares [NY Times Book Review, Oct 17, 1971]"The last word: H. Bustos Domecq on Automation," by Jorge Luis Borges and Adolfo Bioy-Casares [NY Times Book Review, Aug 22, 1971]"Borges, a blind writer with insight," by Israel Shenker [NY Times, Apr 6, 1971]"The two twilights of a poet," [Time, Jan 5, 1970] [review of The Book of Imaginary Beings, by Jorge Luis Borges]"H. Bustos Domecq on Gastronomy," by Jorge Luis Borges and Adolfo Bioy-Casares [NY Times Book Review, May 7, 1972]"Meeting Borges," by Alfred Kazin [NY Times Book Review, May 2, 1971]"Argentine author takes bride at 68" [NY Post, Sep 22, 1967][review of The Book of Imaginary Beings, by Jorge Luis Borges] [NY Times, Dec 17, 1969]
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2-370 BOSKONE[pamphlet] Boskone XXIV"The Boskonian, #1: February 1942"
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2-380 BOSTON[Sheraton-Boston Hotel receipt]"Science fiction fans gather to play and prognosticate," by Robert Reinhold [NY Times, Sep 6, 1971] [also included is an article book review on Dr. Mirabilis, by James Blish][envelope from Noreascon]"Noreascon Progress Report 4""Revised Schedule for Friday 3 September" [6 copies]"Everybodys running to New York in ’74!"[announcement for LunaCon ‘72][announcement for Science Fiction Exhibit]"Movie material for sale""Instant Boston" [map]"Boston in ‘71"[registration card and attachment]"International Science Fantasy Art Exhibition" [and attachment]"Shops and restaurants near the hotel" [and attachment][envelope from Noreascon][pamphlet] "Films at Noreascon"[pamphlet] "Torcon 2""Revised Schedule for Sunday 5 September 1971""Boston in 1989"
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2-390 BOSTON REVIEWThe Boston Review, Jul 1972
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2-400 BOULLE, PIERRE"Making monkeys of movie actors," by Gene Handsaker [Newark Sunday News, Sep 3, 1967][advertisement about Pierre Boulle]
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2-410 BOUNDS, SYDNEY"House of Horror," by Sydney J. Bound
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2-420 BOURNE, MIRIAM
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2-430 BOVA, BEN
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2-440 BOWER, B. M.
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2-450 BOYS LIFE
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2-460 BOYS’ WRITERS, WHO’S WHO OF
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2-470 BRADLEY, MARION ZIMMER
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2-480 BRAZIL SF FILM FESTIVAL – 1969
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2-490 BRECHT, BERTOLT
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2-500 BREEN, WALTER
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2-510 BRENNAN, T. CASEY (COMIC MAG. WRITER)
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2-520 BRISBANE, COUTTS
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2-530 BRITISH – SF BOOKS PUBLISHED IN BRITAIN
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2-540 BRITISH AIRLINE MAGAZINE
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2-550 BRITISH FANDOM (SEE THEN)
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2-560 BRITISH FANTASY FAN FEDERATION
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2-570 BRITISH FICTION MARKET (9/28)
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2-580 BRITISH PAPERBACKS AVAILABLE, JAN. 1966
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2-590 BRITISH SF PUBLISHED 1970 – 1971, 1968 – 1969
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2-600 BROOKS, TERRY
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2-610 BROWN, ELMER MASON
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2-620 BROWN, GEORGE MACKAY
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2-630 BROWN, ROSEL G.
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2-640 BROWSING (ENGLAND) COLLECTING MAGAZINE, ROSENBLUM
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2-650 BRUCE FRANKLIN, H.
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2-660 BRUGEL, BRUNO H.
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2-670 BRUNNER, JOHN
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2-680 BRYNING, FRANK (AUSTRALIAN AUTHOR)
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2-690 BUCK ROGERS
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2-700 BUDRYS, ALGIS
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2-710 BUFFALO BILL (AIRCRAFT)
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2-720 BUFFALOCON
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2-730 BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS
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2-740 BULLETIN OF THE CLEVELAND SCIENCE FICTION SOCIETY
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2-750 BULLETIN OF THE FUTURIAN FEDERATION OF AUSTRALIA
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2-760 BULMER, KEN
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2-770 BURGE, JERRY
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2-780 BURGESS, ANTHONY
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2-790 BURKHOLDER, EDWIN Y.
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2-800 BURNEY, E. F. (EARLY SPACE FLIGHT)
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2-810 BURPOCRATIC BULLETIN
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2-820 BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE
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2-830 BURROUGHS, WILLIAM S.

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 3

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3-10 BUSINESS
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3-20 BUTLER, ELLIS PARKER
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3-30 BY ROCKET TO THE MOON (FILM)
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3-40 BYINGTON, SPRING
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3-50 CABELL, JAMES BRANCH
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3-60 CABLE TV
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3-70 CACTUS
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3-80 CACTUSCON
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3-90 CAHAN, SAMUEL
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3-100 CALDWELL, TAYLOR
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3-110 CALENDAR (THOUSAND YEAR)
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3-120 CALKINS, DICK (RICHARD)
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3-130 CALVINO, ITALO
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3-140 CAMPBELL, JOHN SCOTT
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3-150 CAMPBELL, JOHN W.
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3-160 CANADA
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3-170 CANADIAN FAN DIRECTORY
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3-180 CANAVERAL PRESS
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3-190 CANDY
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3-200 CANTICLES FROM LABOWITZ
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3-210 CAPEK, KAREL
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3-220 CAPP, AL
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3-230 CAPTAIN VIDEO (AL HODGE)
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3-240 CARAVAN, T. P.
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3-250 CARDINAL HAYES LIBRARY BULLETIN
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3-260 CARNELL, (E. J.) TED
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3-270 CARON, WALTER
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3-280 CARROLL, LEWIS
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3-290 CARTOONS
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3-300 CASANOVA
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3-310 CASE, JOSEPHINE
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3-320 CASEWIT, CURTIS W.
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3-330 CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN
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3-340 CAVE, HUGH B.
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3-350 CAVEAT EMPTOR (FANZINE)
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3-360 CENTAURIAN (CENTAURIAN LEAGUE) TWO DIFFERENT GROUPS
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3-370 CENTRAL
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3-380 CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL
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3-390 CEPHEID (LESSER) (FANZINE) (1946)
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3-400 CFS REVIEW (WIGGINS – MARTIN)
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3-410 CHADWICK, PAUL
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3-420 CHALLENGE (SEE AVALON)
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3-430 CHAMBERLAIN PRESS
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3-440 CHAMBERLAIN PRESS (ALAN NOURSE)
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3-450 CHAMBERS, ROBERT W.
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3-460 CHAMBERS, ROBERT W.
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3-470 CHAMBERS, STEPHEN W.
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3-480 CHANDLER, RAYMOND
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3-490 CHAOS (MISKE) (FANZINE) (1940)
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3-500 CHAPMAN, G. KEN
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3-510 CHAPPELL, FRED
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3-520 CHAUVENET – COLLECTED VERSE
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3-530 CHAYEFSKY, PADDY
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3-540 CHECKDEX (MAGAZINE INDEX) (A), 1953
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3-550 CHECKLIST OF MAGAZINES (STEVE MILLER)
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3-560 CHECKOSLOVAKIAN SCIENCE FICTION
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3-570 CHELSEA HOUSE
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3-580 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
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3-590 CHEMICAL NEWS
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3-600 CHESNEY, GEORGE T.
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3-610 CHESS
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3-620 CHESS PLAYER
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3-630 CHIBBETT, HAROLD
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3-640 CHICAGO CONVENTION – 1962
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3-650 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS
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3-660 CHICAGO LEDGER
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3-670 CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE
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3-680 CHICAGO, UNIVERSITY OF (MAGAZINE)
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3-690 CHIDSEY, DONALD BARR
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3-700 CHILDREN (SUPERNATURAL)
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3-710 CHILDREN’S PLAYMATE
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3-720 CHIMAERAN REVIEW (FANZINE) (1974)
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3-730 CHINESE SCIENCE FICTION
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3-740 CHOICE (MAGAZINE)
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3-750 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FICTION
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3-760 CHROMOSOME
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3-770 CHRONICLE
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3-780 CHRONOTON, THE
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3-790 CIGARETTES
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3-800 CINCINNATI CONVENTION (1950)
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3-810 CINCINNATI FANTASY GROUP
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3-820 CINDER (FANZINE) (1967 – 1968)
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3-830 CINEMA
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3-840 CIRCLETTER (FANZINE) (1954)
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3-850 CIRCULATION (MAGAZINES, 1923 – 1949?)
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3-860 CLARESON, TOM
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3-870 CLARK, GEORGE GORDON (BROOKLYN SFL)
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3-880 CLARK, JOHN D.
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3-890 CLARKE, A. VINCE
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3-900 CLASSICON (ANN ARBOR) (1975)
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3-910 CLAYTONCON #2 (1978)
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3-920 CLEATOR, P. E. (PHILIP ELIABY)
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3-930 CLEMENT, HAL
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3-940 CLEVELAND CONVENTION
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3-950 CLEVELAND CONVENTION (TRICON) 24TH
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3-960 CLIPPER (TAURASI)
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3-970 CLYNE, RONALD
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3-980 COBB, IRVIN S.
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3-990 COBB, WELDON J.
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3-1000 COCKROFT, JOHN
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3-1010 COGGSWELL, THEODORE
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3-1020 COHN, VICTOR
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3-1030 COLD FUSION
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3-1040 COLE, LESTER H.
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3-1050 COLE, WALTER
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3-1060 COLGATE UNIVERSITY
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3-1070 COLLADAY, MORRISON
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3-1080 COLLECTION
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3-1090 COLLECTOR, THE
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3-1100 COLLECTOR’S ADVOCATE (FANZINE) (1965 – 1966)
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3-1110 COLLECTOR’S BULLETIN (EDGAR FRANKLIN INDEX)
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3-1120 COLLECTOR’S EXCHANGE, THE
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3-1130 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
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3-1140 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY (SF WRITING TALK) (1953)
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3-1150 COLUMBUS CONVENTION BID (1968)
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3-1160 COMET (FANZINE)
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3-1170 COMIC ADVENTURES
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3-1180 COMIC CIRCLE COMMENTATOR
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3-1190 COMIC STRIP BIBLIO (DAILY)
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3-1200 COMICS
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3-1210 COMICS
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3-1220 COMICS – 1952
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3-1230 COMICS (AURORA COMIC SECTION)
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3-1240 COMICS FANDOM, THE GUIDEBOOK

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 4

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4-10 COMMENT
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4-20 COMMONWEAL
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4-30 COMMUNICATOR (INTERVIEW – WALT AND LEIGH RICHMOND)
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4-40 COMPACT BOOKS
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4-50 COMPUTERS
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4-60 CON DIEGO
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4-70 CONADIAN
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4-80 CONCEPT (1944)
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4-90 CONCERNING A MANUSCRIPT BUREAU (MOSKOWITZ)
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4-100 CON-COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN’S GUIDE (GEORGE SCITHERS)
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4-110 CONFED
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4-120 CONFEDERATION
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4-130 CONFLUENCE
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4-140 CONFRANCISCO
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4-150 CONGRESS OF EASTERN SCIENCE FICTION ORGANIZATIONS
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4-160 CONN FAN
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4-170 CONQUEST, ROBERT
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4-180 CONTACT (BELGIUM)
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4-190 CONTRIBUTOR (1939)
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4-200 CONVENTION NEWS FOR CONVENTION PLANNERS
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4-210 COOK, WILLIAM WALLACE
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4-220 COPPELL, ALFRED
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4-230 CORFLU
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4-240 CORMAN, ROGER
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4-250 CORONET
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4-260 CORONET BOOK SHOP
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4-270 CORROBOREE PRESS
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4-280 COSIGN (TRANSFILED)
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4-290 COSMAG (1951) (SEE ALSO S-F DIGEST)
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4-300 COSMOPOLITAN
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4-310 COSMOS (ENGLAND) GILLINGS
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4-320 COSMOS (ENGLAND) RENNISON, J. E.
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4-330 COSMOS (PROFESSIONAL SF MAG)
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4-340 COSMOS CLUB (ENGLAND)
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4-350 COUNTER THRUST (FANZINE) (1976)
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4-360 COUSINS, NORMAN
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4-370 COVEN 13
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4-380 COX, WILLIAM R.
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4-390 CPASF
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4-400 CRAM, RALPH ADAMS
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4-410 CRAWFORD, F. MARION
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4-420 CRAWFORD, WILLIAM L.
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4-430 CRICHTON, MICHAEL
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4-440 CRIME
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4-450 CROMIE, ROBERT
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4-460 CROOKED ROAD (1936)
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4-470 CROSSEN, KENDALL FOSTER
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4-480 CROWN, THE
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4-490 CRUDZINE (MCPHAIL’S SON) (FANZINE) (1972)
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4-500 CRUISE OF THE FOO FOO SPECIAL JR. (WIDNER)
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4-510 CRUMP, J. IRVING
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4-520 CRY (NEW SERIES) (OLD TRANSFILE)
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4-530 CURRENT LITERATURE
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4-540 CURRENT SCIENCE FICTION (1950)
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4-550 CURSE YOU, RED BARON!
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4-560 CUSSMOS
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4-570 CUTCLIFFE – HYNE, C. J.
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4-580 CUTHBERT, CHESTER D.
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4-590 CYGNI (CA 1947)
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4-600 D’ORSAY, LAURENCE
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4-610 DAHL, ROALD
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4-620 DALY, BRIAN
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4-630 DANCE (SCIENCE FICTION)
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4-640 DANE, CLEMANCE
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4-650 DANIELS, DAVID R.
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4-660 DANIELS, NORMAN A.
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4-670 DARK PLOTS OF ONE M. P. SHIEL (MSS), BY SAM MOSKOWITZ
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4-680 DAUGHERTY, WALTER
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4-690 DAVENPORT, BASIL
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4-700 DAVIDSON, AVRAM
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4-710 DAVIES, L. P.
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4-720 DAVIS, BERNARD G.
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4-730 DAVIS, GARY
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4-740 DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
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4-750 DE BERGERAC, CYRANO
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4-760 DE BRA, LEMUEL
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4-770 DE BRA, WARREN
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4-780 DE CAMP, L. SPRAGUE
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4-790 DE CAMP, L. SPRAGUE
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4-800 DE LA REE, GERRY
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4-810 DE PROFUNDIS (EICHNER’S DEATH)
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4-820 DEAN DRIVE
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4-830 DECASTRO, ADOLPH (DANZINGER)
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4-840 DEFOE, DANIEL
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4-850 DEFORD, MIRIAM ALLEN
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4-860 DEGLER, CLAUDE
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4-870 DEGRAFFIGNEY, HENRY
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4-880 DEL REY, EVELYN
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4-890 DEL REY, LESTER
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4-900 DELANEY, SAM
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4-910 DELILSE, WILLIAM
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4-920 DELLENBACH, WILLIAM
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4-930 DENNIS, WALTER
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4-940 DESTINATION MOON
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4-950 DETECTIVE
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4-960 DEVIL TAKE THE HINDMOST (SEARLES FAPA MAGAZINE)
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4-970 DEVIL’S WORK (METCALF)
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4-980 DEXTER, LON
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4-990 DIANETICS (HUBBARD)

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 5

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5-10 DICK, PHILIP K.
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5-20 DICKENS, CHARLES
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5-30 DICKSON, GORDON
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5-40 DIETZ, BELLE C.
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5-50 DIKTY, TED
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5-60 DINOSAURS
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5-70 DISCH, THOMAS M.
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5-80 DISCON
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5-90 DOC SAVAGE
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5-100 DOMINIK, HANS
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5-110 DONAVAN’S BRAIN
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5-120 DONNELLY, P.
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5-130 DOUBLEDAY
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5-140 DOUBLEDAY
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5-150 DOUBLEDAY BOOK CLUB
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5-160 DOUBLEDAY BOOK CLUB BIBLIO 1953 TO JUNE 1977
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5-170 DOVER BOOKS
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5-180 DOYLE, A. CONAN
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5-190 DRACULA
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5-200 DRESSEL, W. W.
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5-210 DRESSER, DR. DANIEL
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5-220 DUBOIS, RENE
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5-230 DUMAURIER, DAPHNE
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5-240 DUM-DUM CONVENTIONS
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5-250 DUN ELLEN (PRINTER)
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5-260 DUNCAN, PETER
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5-270 DUNN, J. ALLEN
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5-280 DYBBUK, THE
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5-290 EARLEY, GEORGE W.
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5-300 EARTH SATELLITE
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5-310 EARTH SATELLITES
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5-320 EASTERN SCIENCE FICTION
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5-330 EASTERN SCIENCE FICTION ASSOCIATION
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5-340 EDDY, CLIFFORD M.
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5-350 EDISON, THOMAS ALVA
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5-360 EDITIONS OPTA
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5-370 EDITORS CHOICE IN SCIENCE FICTION
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5-380 EISLEY, LOREN
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5-390 ELECTRON (JACK SPEER)
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5-400 ELLISON, HARLAN
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5-410 ELLMAKER, LEE
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5-420 ELWOOD, ROGER
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5-430 EMPIRE STRIKES BACK
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5-440 EMSHWILLER, ED
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5-450 ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA
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5-460 ENDORE, GUY
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5-470 ENGEL, LYLE KENYON
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5-480 ENGINEERING FICTION
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5-490 ENGLISH CHANNEL
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5-500 ENGLISH IN TRANSITION (TRANSFILED IN GARAGE)
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5-510 ENQUIRY
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5-520 ENQUIRY
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5-530 EOFANDOM
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5-540 EPISCOPALIAN, THE
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5-550 ERISMAN, ROBERT O.
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5-560 ESENWEIN, DR. J. BERG
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5-570 ESHBACH
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5-580 ETERNAL CONFLICT, THE
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5-590 ETHICAL UNION, AMERICAN
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5-600 EVANS, I. O.
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5-610 EXPERIMENTER PUBLISHING CO FOLDER 1 OF 3
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5-620 EXPERIMENTER PUBLISHING CO FOLDER 2 OF 3
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5-630 EXPERIMENTER PUBLISHING CO FOLDER 3 OF 3
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5-640 FAIRMAN, PAUL W.
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5-650 FAMILY CIRCLE (SIEGEL & SCHUSTER – PHOTOS)
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5-660 FAMOUS DETECTIVES OF FICTION
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5-670 FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 6

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6-10 FAN CLUBS AND FANS
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6-20 FAN MAGAZINE INDEX
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6-30 FANDOM HOUSE
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6-40 FANS, NEW YORK
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6-50 FANS-MIT MAILING LIST
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6-60 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES
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6-70 FANTASTIC NOVELS (A CHECK LIST)
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6-80 FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION COLLECTIONS (B)
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6-90 FANTASY AMATEUR PRESS ASSOCIATION (FAPA)
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6-100 FANTASY ANTHOLOGY INDEX (B) (MOSKOWITZ)
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6-110 FANTASY AWARDS COMMITTEE (RAYMOND VAN HOUTEN)
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6-120 FANTASY CENTRE
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6-130 FANTASY CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM & FILM INDEX
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6-140 FANTASY COLLECTOR, THE
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6-150 FANTASY COMMENTATOR
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6-160 FANTASY IN OPERA
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6-170 FANTASY MAGAZINE
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6-180 FANTASY MAGAZINE INDEX
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6-190 FANTASY MEDIA
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6-200 FANTASY REVIEW
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6-210 FANTASY TIMES
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6-220 FANTASY WRITERS’ GUILD
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6-230 FANTOPICS
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6-240 FANZINE
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6-250 FANZINE BIBLIOGRAPHY (PISER)
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6-260 FANZINE DIGEST
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6-270 FAPA
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6-280 FAR FUTURE CALLING – STAPLEDON
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6-290 FARMER AND MECHANIC
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6-300 FARSACI, LITTERIO
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6-310 FASSBEINDER, CARLTON
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6-320 FAST, HOWARD
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6-330 FAWCETT JR., W. H.
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6-340 FAWCETT, EDGAR
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6-350 FAX COLLECTOR’S EDITIONS
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6-360 FEARN, JOHN RUSSELL (BIBLIOGRAPHY)
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6-370 FERMAN, EDWARD & JOE
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6-380 FIEDLER, LESLIE
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6-390 FIGHT STORIES
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6-400 FIGHTS
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6-410 FILK YOU
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6-420 FILM GROUP, THE
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6-430 FILMS
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6-440 FINNEY, CHARLES G.
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6-450 FINNEY, JACK
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6-460 FIRST FANDOM
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6-470 FISCHER, JR., PHILIP M.
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6-480 FISCHER, PHILIP M.
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6-490 FISHER, VARDIS
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6-500 FITZGERALD, JAMES
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6-510 FLABBERGASTING STORIES
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6-520 FLAFAN (SYLVIA DEES WHITE)
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6-530 FLASH GORDON STRANGE ADVENTURE MAGAZINE
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6-540 FLEMING, IAN
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6-550 FLESCH, BERTHOULD
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6-560 FLINDT, MAX H.
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6-570 FLYING SAUCERS (TRANSFILED)
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6-580 FOAM (CONAN)
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6-590 FOCAL POINT
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6-600 FONTENAY, CHARLES L.
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6-610 FORBES
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6-620 FORBIDDEN PLANET
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6-630 FORBIDDEN PLANET (BOOK STORE)
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6-640 FORD, ALLA T.
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6-650 FORD, FORD MADOX
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6-660 FORESTER, C. S.
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6-670 FORSTER, E. M.
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6-680 FOSTER, HAL
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6-690 FOUNDATION
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6-700 FRANK, PAT NATION’S BUSINESS
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6-710 FRANKENSTEIN
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6-720 FRANKLIN, EDGAR

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 7

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7-10 FRAZIER, ROBERT
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7-20 FREDERICK, J. GEORGE
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7-30 FREEHAFER, PAUL
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7-40 FRENCH
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7-50 FRENCH BIBLIO (VERSINS) (B)
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7-60 FRENKEL, JIM
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7-70 FRIEND, OSCAR J.
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7-80 FRIERSON, MEADE
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7-90 FROME, NILS H.
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7-100 FRONTIER (1957-1956 DALE SMITH, SPACE TRAVEL ASSN.)
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7-110 FUTURE RETROSPECTIVE
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7-120 FUTUREWORLD (MOVIE)
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7-130 GALACTIC HITCHIKER
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7-140 GALAXY (M)
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7-150 GALAXY MAGAZINE (PUBLICATIONS)
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7-160 GALLERY OF THE GODS (ARTHUR L. WIDNER)
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7-170 GALOUYE, DANIEL F.
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7-180 GALUMPH (MONTCLAIR)
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7-190 GAMBIT
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7-200 GAMOW, GEORGE
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7-210 GARDEN LIBRARY
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7-220 GARDNER, ERLE STANLEY
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7-230 GARDNER, THOS. S.
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7-240 GARFINKLE, HENRY (GARFIELD)
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7-250 GARIS, HOWARD R.
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7-260 GARRETT, RANDELL
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7-270 GAUGHAN, JACK
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7-280 GAWSWORTH, JOHN
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7-290 GELMAN, ROBERT
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7-300 GELULA, ABNER J.
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7-310 GENDOCON
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7-320 GENERAL MAGAZINES
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7-330 GERMAN BOOK BIBLIO (B)
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7-340 GERMAN ROCKET SOCIETY
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7-350 GERMAN S-F
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7-360 GERNSBACK (TELEVISION)
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7-370 GERNSBACK, HUGO
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7-380 GERSON, VILLIERS
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7-390 GHAS
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7-400 GHOST STORIES
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7-410 GHU’S LEXICON
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7-420 GHUGHU, BOOK OF
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7-430 GILGAMESH
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7-440 GIRL IN THE MOON
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7-450 GIUNTA, ALDO
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7-460 GIUNTA, JOHN
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7-470 GLASS KEYS
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7-480 GLASSER, ALLEN
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7-490 GLOM
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7-500 GOBLES, WARWICK
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7-510 GODDARD, MORRILL (SEE A. MERITT FILES)
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7-520 GODDARD, ROBERT
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7-530 GODDARD, ROBERT H.
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7-540 GOLD, H. L.
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7-550 GOLDIN, STEPHEN
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7-560 GOLDING, WILLIAM
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7-570 GOLEM
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7-580 GOOD TIMES
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7-590 GOOD TIMES
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7-600 GOTHIC ROMANCE STORIES INDEX
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7-610 GOTHICS
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7-620 GOTTLIFFE ON GREEN
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7-630 GOUDKET, HERB
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7-640 GOULD, CHESTER
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7-650 GOVE, PHILIP B.
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7-660 GRAB BAG (DIKTY)
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7-670 GRAEF, ROBERT A.
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7-680 GRANT, DONALD M.
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7-690 GRANT, MAXWELL (SEE LETTER FILE, SHADOW)
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7-700 GRAVES, ROBERT
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7-710 GRAVITY
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7-720 GRAVITY
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7-730 GRAYDON, WILLIAM MURRAY
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7-740 GREENE, GRAHAM
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7-750 GREENWOOD PRESS
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7-760 GREG, PERCIVAL
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7-770 GREGG PRESS
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7-780 GRISEOFULVIN
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7-790 GROUND ZERO
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7-800 GUGGENHEIM FOUNDATION
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7-810 GUIDE TO CTHULHU MYTHOS
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7-820 GUNN, JAMES E.
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7-830 GUNTER’S MAGAZINE
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7-840 GUSSOW, DON
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7-850 GUYING GYRE
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7-860 HACKER, MARILYN
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7-870 HADLEY, THOMAS P.
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7-880 HAGAR THE HORRIBLE
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7-890 HAGGARD, J. HARVEY
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7-900 HAIBLUM, ISIDORE
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7-910 HALDANE, CHARLOTTE
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7-920 HALDANE, J. B. S.
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7-930 HALDEMAN, JOE
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7-940 HALDEMON – JULIUS
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7-950 HALE, EDWARD EVERETT
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7-960 HALEY, ARTHUR
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7-970 HALL, DESMOND
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7-980 HALLIDAY, BRETT
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7-990 HAMLIN, V.T. CALLEY
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7-1000 HAMLING, W. LAWRENCE
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7-1010 HAMPTON’S MAGAZINE
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7-1020 HANSEN, L. TAYLOR
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7-1030 HAPNA
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7-1040 HARCOURT BRACE JOVANOVICH
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7-1050 HARMON, JIM
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7-1060 HARMSWORTH, ALFRED
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7-1070 HARP STATESIDE

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 8

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8-10 HARPER’S BAZAAR
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8-20 HARPER’S MAGAZINE
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8-30 HARRISON, HARRY
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8-40 HARRYHAUSEN, RAY
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8-50 HART, DALE
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8-60 HARTLEY, L. P.
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8-70 HARVARD ALUMNI BULLETIN
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8-80 HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW
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8-90 HASTINGS CONVENTION (MINNESOTA)
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8-100 HASTINGS, MILO
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8-110 HAWTHORNE, HILDEGARDE
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8-120 HAWTHORNE, NATHANIEL
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8-130 HAYS, GEORGE
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8-140 HEAD (TALKING)
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8-150 HEARD, GERALD (H. F.)
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8-160 HEAVY METAL
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8-170 HECKMECK (ROMANIAN S-F)
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8-180 HEIDI SAHA
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8-190 HEINLEIN, ROBERT A.
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8-200 HEINLEIN, ROBERT A. (INDEX) (A)
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8-210 HEINS, H. H.
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8-220 HELD, CLAUDE
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8-230 HEMINGWAY, ERNEST
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8-240 HENNEBERGER, JACOB CLARK (OBITUARY)
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8-250 HERBERT, FRANK
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8-260 HERMES
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8-270 HERSEY, JOHN
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8-280 HERSHMAN, MORRIS
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8-290 HEUR, KENNETH
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8-300 HICKS, GRANVILLE
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8-310 HIGHET, GILBERT
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8-320 HILBERY, JOHN
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8-330 HILDEBRANDT
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8-340 HINES, JERRY
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8-350 HITCHCOCK, ALFRED
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8-360 HJORTSBERG, WILLIAM
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8-370 HKLPLOD
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8-380 HOBAN, RUSSELL
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8-390 HOBBIT, PRESSE
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8-400 HOBGOBLIN
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8-410 HODGKINS, RUSS
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8-420 HODGSON, WILLIAM HOPE
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8-430 HOFFMAN, DAVID
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8-440 HOFFMAN, E. T. A.
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8-450 HOFFMAN, STUART
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8-460 HOGAN, ROBERT J.
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8-470 HOLLAND, RALPH M.
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8-480 HOLMES, SHERLOCK
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8-490 HORNE, RICHARD HENRY
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8-500 HORROR
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8-510 HOUNDINI
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8-520 HOWARD, ROBERT E.
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8-530 HOWELLS, WILLIAM DEAN
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8-540 HOYLE, FRED
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8-550 HUBBARD, FREEMAN
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8-560 HUGIN (SWEDEN)
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8-570 HUGO WINNERS (NEBULA, INT. FANTASY AWARD) (SEE UPDATED REPORT)
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8-580 HUNGARY
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8-590 HUNT, ROY
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8-600 HURKLE (BOGGS)
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8-610 HURST, S. B. H.
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8-620 HUSBANDS
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8-630 HUXLEY, JULIAN
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8-640 HYPERION
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8-650 HYPERION PRESS
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8-660 I – CON
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8-670 I, BEQUEATH – FANTASY FOUNDATION (B) (ACKERMAN)
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8-680 IF (WORLDS OF)
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8-690 IGUANACON
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8-700 ILLUMINATI
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8-710 ILLUSTRATORS
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8-720 IMAGI – MUSIC
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8-730 IMAGINARY VOYAGES
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8-740 IMAGINATION
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8-750 IMAGINATION
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8-760 IMAGINATION (HAMLINGS)
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8-770 IMAG-INDEX (DEC 1940)
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8-780 IN FREEDOM’S CAUSE
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8-790 IN PART SEAL’D (1963 FAN POLL)
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8-800 IN YOUR TEETH “GENTLEMEN”
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8-810 INDICES
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8-820 INFINITE FANAC
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8-830 INFINITY – NY CON
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8-840 INFO
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8-850 INNUENDO
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8-860 INSIGHT
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8-870 INTERIM NEWSLETTER ORGAN OF SF INTERNATIONAL JUDY MAY
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8-880 INTERNATIONAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY
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8-890 INTERNATIONAL OBSERVER – I ISA (SEE ROCKETS – SYKORA)
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8-900 INTERNATIONAL RECORD OF MEDICINE
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8-910 INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION
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8-920 INTERNATIONAL WIZARD OF OZ CLUB, THE
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8-930 INTERPLANATERIES
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8-940 INTERPLANETARY EXPLORATION SOCIETY
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8-950 INTERPLANETARY NEWS
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8-960 INVENTION REPORT
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8-970 IRVING, WASHINGTON
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8-980 ISCARIOT (UNUSUAL STORIES)
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8-990 ISHBAH
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8-1000 J. LLOYD EATON CONFERENCE
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8-1010 JACOBI, CARL
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8-1020 JACQUET, LLOYD
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8-1030 JAKES, JOHN
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8-1040 JAKKOBSON, ELJAR
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8-1050 JAMES, M. R.
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8-1060 JAMES, WILLIAM
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8-1070 JAMESON, MALCOLM
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8-1080 JAMESON, MARGARET STORM
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8-1090 JANE, FRED T.
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8-1100 JANUS (KATHERINE MCLEAN)

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 9

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9-10 JAPAN
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9-20 JAPANESE FAN MAGAZINES
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9-30 JELERANG
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9-40 JENKS, GEORGE
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9-50 JET PROPULSION
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9-60 JEWISH
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9-70 JINX
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9-80 JOHN DEWEY SCIENCE FICTION CLUB NEWSLETTER
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9-90 JOHNSON, CROCKETT (BARNABY)
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9-100 JOHNSON, V. H. (SEE SCIENCE FICTION SERVICE)
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9-110 JONES, GROVER
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9-120 JONES, NEIL R.
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9-130 JOQUEL, ARTHUR LOUIS
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9-140 JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ROCKET SOCIETY
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9-150 JOURNAL OF THE AUSTRALIAN SCIENCE FICTION ASSOCIATION
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9-160 JOURNAL OF THE INTERPLANETARY SOCIETY
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9-170 JOVANOVICH, WILLIAM
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9-180 JUNIOR SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION (SCIENTIFIC MAGAZINE, THE METEOR)
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9-190 JUPITER
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9-200 KAISER ALUMINUM NEWS
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9-210 KANSAS CITY WORLD CONVENTION (SEE BOUND VOLUME PROGRAM) 1976
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9-220 KANTOR, MACKINLAY
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9-230 KATELEY, WALTER
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9-240 KEAN COLLEGE OF N. J.
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9-250 KELLER, DAVID H.
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9-260 KELLEY, LEO. P.
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9-270 KELLY, FRANK K.
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9-280 KENNEDY, JOE
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9-290 KENNEDY, JOSEPH
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9-300 KENNICOTT, DONALD
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9-310 KERSH, GERALD
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9-320 KEYES, DANIEL
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9-330 KINDROSS, ALBERT – THE-FEARSOME ISLAND-SHROUD
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9-340 KINESIS 1969 – 70 (VIRGINIA KIDD)
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9-350 KING KONG
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9-360 KING, STEPHEN
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9-370 KINGE, FYWERT
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9-380 KIPLING, RUDYARD
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9-390 KIRSCH, RANDELL
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9-400 KLEIN, JAY KAY
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9-410 KNANVE, THE
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9-420 KNIGHT, ERIC
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9-430 KNIGHTS (TRANSFILED)
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9-440 KOCH, HOWARD E.
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9-450 KOESTLER, ARTHUR
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9-460 KOONTZ, DEAN R
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9-470 KORSHAK, ERLE
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9-480 KORSHAK, ERLE (MELVIN)
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9-490 KOSINSKI, JERZY
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9-500 KOVACS, EUGENE
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9-510 KRESS, NANCY
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9-520 KRUEGER, JOHN R.
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9-530 KUBERT, JOE
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9-540 KUBILIUS, WALTER
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9-550 KURTZMAN, HARVEY
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9-560 KUSLAN, LOUIS
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9-570 L’ENGLE, MADELEINE
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9-580 L’INCONNU
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9-590 L’MOUR, LOUIS
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9-600 LAFFERTY, R. A.
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9-610 LAKELAND NEWS (DOVER, N. J.)
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9-620 LAL, CHAMAN
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9-630 LANCER BOOKS BIBLIO
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9-640 LANG, FRITZ
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9-650 LASFS ALBUM
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9-660 LASFS NEWSLETTER
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9-670 LASSER, DAVID
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9-680 LASSWITZ, KURD
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9-690 LAST MAN
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9-700 LAUMER, KEITH
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9-710 LEAGUE OF SWORD AND SORCERY
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9-720 LEEDS SCIENCE FICTION LEAGUE (ENGLAND)
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9-730 LEFANU, SHERIDAN
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9-740 LEGAL RULES
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9-750 LEGUIN, URSULA K.
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9-760 LEINSTER, MURRAY
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9-770 LEM, STANISLAW
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9-780 LEQUEX, WILLIAM
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9-790 LERNER, ALAN JAY
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9-800 LESSING, DORIS
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9-810 LEVEY, BEN
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9-820 LEWIS, C. S.
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9-830 LEWISOHN, LUDWIG (JAMES E.)
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9-840 LEY, WILLY
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9-850 LIBRARY JOURNAL
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9-860 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
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9-870 LIFE

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 10

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10-10 LIGHTS OUT
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10-20 LILLIPUT (BRITISH)
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10-30 LINCOLN, ABRAHAM
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10-40 LINDSAY REPORT
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10-50 LISTENER, THE
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10-60 LITTLE CORPUSCLE
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10-70 LITTLEST ANGEL
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10-80 LIVERIGHT PUBLISHING COMPANY
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10-90 LIVINGSTON, BERKELEY
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10-100 LLOYD, JOHN URI
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10-110 LOBSENZ, NORMAN M.
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10-120 LOCH NESS MONSTER
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10-130 LOCKE, A. T.
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10-140 LOFTING, HUGH
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10-150 LOGAN’S RUN
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10-160 LOGIC AT WORK
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10-170 LOLLI, CELE
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10-180 LON CONFIDENTIAL
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10-190 LONDON CONVENTION
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10-200 LONG, JOHN
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10-210 LONG, ROY
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10-220 LONGEVITY
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10-230 LOOK
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10-240 LOOMIS, NOEL M.
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10-250 LORRAINE, LILITH
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10-260 LOS ANGELES
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10-270 LOS ANGELES CON, 1972
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10-280 LOS ANGELES PHOTOS & OTHERS
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10-290 LOST MISSILE
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10-300 LOST WORLD (RORAIMA)
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10-310 LOVECRAFT FESTIVAL
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10-320 LOVECRAFT, H. P.
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10-330 LOW, A. M. PROF
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10-340 LOWNDES, ROBERT W.
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10-350 LUCIAN
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10-360 LUNARITE
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10-370 MACAULEY, IAN
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10-380 MACDERMOTT, AUBREY
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10-390 MACDONALD, CLAIRE (ACUTE ANGLES)
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10-400 MACDONALD, JOHN D.
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10-410 MACDOWD, KENNIE
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10-420 MACFADDEN, BERNARR
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10-430 MADDOX, RON (2B OR NOT 2B)
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10-440 MADER, FREDRICH
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10-450 MADLE, ROBERT A.
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10-460 MAGAZINE OF FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION
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10-470 MAGAZINE OF FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (BRITISH EDITION)
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10-480 MAGAZINES
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10-490 MAN FROM A SMALL PLANET
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10-500 MANKIND (FRANK WINTER)
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10-510 MANN, RON
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10-520 MARCON
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10-530 MARGULIES, LEO
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10-540 MARRIAGE & WOMEN
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10-550 MARS (THE PLANET)
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10-560 MARSH, RICHARD
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10-570 MARTI-IBANEZ, M. D., FELIX
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10-580 MARTIN, M. D., MARY
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10-590 MARTIN, VALERIE
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10-600 MARTINSON, HARRY
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10-610 MARVEL COMICS
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10-620 MARVEL UPDATE
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10-630 MARVEL UPDATE
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10-640 MASON, DOUGLAS R.
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10-650 MASSES & MAINSTREAM
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10-660 MASTHEAD (TRANSFILED)
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10-670 MATHESON, RICHARD
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10-680 MATHIS, LELAND
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10-690 MAUROIS, ANDRE
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10-700 MAXON, P. B.
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10-710 MAY, ROLLO
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10-720 MCALLISTER, BRUCE
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10-730 MCBRIDE CO.
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10-740 MCCAFFREY, ANNE
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10-750 MCCULLOUGH, COLLEEN
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10-760 MCDOUGAL, LITTELL & CO.
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10-770 MCDOUGLE, WILLIAM
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10-780 MCGIVERN, WILLIAM P.
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10-790 MCGUIRE, JOHN J.
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10-800 MCINTOSH, J. T.
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10-810 MCLEAN, KATHERINE
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10-820 MCMORROW, WILL
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10-830 MCNELLY, WILLIS E.
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10-840 MCSNOYD’S BULLETIN
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10-850 MD’S WIFE
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10-860 MECHANICS AND HANDICRAFT
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10-870 MECHANICS TODAY
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10-880 MECHANIX ILLUSTRATED
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10-890 MECHTA
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10-900 MEDICINE & S-F
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10-910 MEEK, U.S.A., CAPT. S. P.
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10-920 MELBOURNE BULLETIN
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10-930 MELBOURNE BULLETIN (AUSTRALIAN)
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10-940 MENKEN, H. L.
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10-950 MERCER, FRANK MORGON (PLAGERIST)
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10-960 MERCURY
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10-970 MERIDIAN BOOKS
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10-980 MERRITT, A.
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10-990 MERRIWELL, FRANK (PLAY)
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10-1000 MERWIN, JR., SAM
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10-1010 MESMERIDIAN (HOWARD)
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10-1020 METCALF, THOMAS NEWELL
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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 11

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11-10 METROFAN
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11-20 METROFAN BULLETIN (PORTER)
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11-30 METROFEN
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11-40 MICKEY MOUSE MAGAZINE
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11-50 MIDGE
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11-60 MIDWESTCON
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11-70 MILLENNICON
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11-80 MILLER, P. SCHUYLER
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11-90 MILLER, RON
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11-100 MILNE, A. A.
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11-110 MILNE, ROBERT DUNCAN
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11-120 MILWAUKEE FICTIONEER
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11-130 MIND OF MAN (POHL)
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11-140 MINICON
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11-150 MINN-DAK FANTASY SOCIETY
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11-160 MINNEAPOLIS
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11-170 MINNEAPOLIS WRITERS
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11-180 MISCELLANY, THE
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11-190 MISSISSIPPI, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN
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11-200 MLA
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11-210 MODERN MASTERPIECES OF S-F
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11-220 MODERN WONDER & MODERN WORLD SF INDEX
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11-230 MOFFETT, CLEVELAND
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11-240 MOLECULE (FANZINE ON ADDRESSOGRAPH)
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11-250 MONDADORI, ARNOLDO
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11-260 MONSANTO MAGAZINE
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11-270 MONSTER MAGAZINES
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11-280 MONSTER TIMES
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11-290 MONSTERS
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11-300 MONSTERS OF THE MOON
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11-310 MONTCLAIR STATE
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11-320 MOON, THE
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11-330 MOON, THE (FICTION)
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11-340 MOORCOCK, MICHAEL
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11-350 MOORE, DAN
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11-360 MOORE, PATRICK
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11-370 MORAVSKY, MARIA
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11-380 MORAVSKY, MARIA
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11-390 MORE, THOMAS
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11-400 MOROJO
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11-410 MORRIS, WILLIAM
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11-420 MORTLAKE, HAROLD & CO.
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11-430 MOUNT TO THE STARS
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11-440 MOVING PICTURES
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11-450 MOXLEY, F. WRIGHT
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11-460 MR. AMERICA
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11-470 MR. MOONLIGHT
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11-480 MULLER, H. J.
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11-490 MUNCHAUSEN, BARON
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11-500 MUNRO, JOHN
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11-510 MURDER, INC. (BOOKSTORE)
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11-520 MUSFAN
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11-530 MY TIME ANNIHILATOR
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11-540 MYSTERY MAGAZINE
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11-550 MYSTERY STORIES
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11-560 MYSTERY TRADER, THE
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11-570 N. J. BELL TELEPHONE
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11-580 N. Y. DAILY MIRROR
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11-590 N. Y. DAILY NEWS
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11-600 N. Y. DAILY NEWS
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11-610 N. Y. HERALD TRIBUNE
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11-620 N. Y. JOURNAL AMERICAN
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11-630 N. Y. POST
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11-640 N. Y. PUBLIC LIBRARY
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11-650 N. Y. SCIENTIST
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11-660 N. Y. SF CIRCLE
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11-670 N. Y. SF FILM SOCIETY
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11-680 N. Y. TIMES
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11-690 N. Y. TIMES HOUSE ORGAN (TIMES TALK)
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11-700 N. Y. UNIVERSITY
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11-710 N. Y. WORLD – TELEGRAM
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11-720 N. Y. WORLD – TELEGRAM
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11-730 NAGASAKI
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11-740 NAMES
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11-750 NASA
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11-760 NASA FACTS
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11-770 NATIONAL FANTASY FAN FEDERATION (TRANSFILED)
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11-780 NATIONAL FANTASY TAPER, THE
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11-790 NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA
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11-800 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
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11-810 NATIONAL OBSERVER
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11-820 NEBEL, LONG JOHN
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11-830 NEBULA INDEX
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11-840 NEBULAE
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11-850 NECON
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11-860 NEELY, F. T.

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 12

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12-10 NEGRO
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12-20 NELSON, ALAN
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12-30 NEOFUND
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12-40 NEOPHYTE
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12-50 NESVADBA, JOSEF
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12-60 NETHERLANDS SF BIBLIOGRAPHY
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12-70 NEUROTICA
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12-80 NEUTRON
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12-90 NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
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12-100 NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY
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12-110 NEW COLLECTOR’S
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12-120 NEW DIMENSIONS
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12-130 NEW FANDOM
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12-140 NEW FRONTIERS (ENGLAND)
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12-150 NEW HORIZONS PRESS
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12-160 NEW JERSEY ART
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12-170 NEW JERSEY DEVIL
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12-180 NEW JERSEY GHOSTS
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12-190 NEW JERSEY LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
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12-200 NEW MEXICO UPROAR (WALTER SULLIVAN)
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12-210 NEW MILLENIAL HABINGER, THE (AUSTRALIAN)
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12-220 NEW ORLEANS SF
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12-230 NEW PALTZ – SF – CONFERENCE
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12-240 NEW PROVIDENCE, N. J., H. S.
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12-250 NEW PURPOSES (FRITZ LEIBER)
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12-260 NEW SCIENTIST
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12-270 NEW WRITERS – 1973 & 1974
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12-280 NEW YORK
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12-290 NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES (SECOND CONFERENCE)
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12-300 NEW YORK DAILY MIRROR
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12-310 NEW YORK IN 1967
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12-320 NEW YORK MAGAZINE
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12-330 NEW YORK REVIEW (SEE ALSO BAEMENT)
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12-340 NEW YORK SCIENCE FICTION SOCIETY
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12-350 NEW YORK TIMES
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12-360 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY APA
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12-370 NEW YORKER
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12-380 NEWARK STAR LEDGER
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12-390 NEWSDAY
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12-400 NEWSPAPERS
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12-410 NEWSPAPERS
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12-420 NEWSWEEK
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12-430 NEWSWEEK
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12-440 NEWSWEEK (HAWAII EDITION)
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12-450 NEWTONS
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12-460 NEXUS
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12-470 NICHOLLS, PETER
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12-480 NICHOLSON, MARJORIE
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12-490 NIEKAS
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12-500 NIGHT OF THE AUK
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12-510 NIGHTSHADE
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12-520 NIMOY, LEONARD
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12-530 NIN, ANÄIS
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12-540 NINETEENTH CENTURY (U. S.) S. F.
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12-550 NIVEN, LARRY
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12-560 NOLACON
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12-570 NOLAN, NORMAN
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12-580 NOLAN, WILLIAM F.
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12-590 NOLAZINE
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12-600 NOORDUNG, CAPT. HERMANN
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12-610 NORCON
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12-620 NOREASCON
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12-630 NORMAN, JOHN
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12-640 NORRIS, FRANK
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12-650 NORTH AMERICAN SCIENCE FICTION CONVENTION
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12-660 NORTH, CAPT. N. E. P.
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12-670 NORTON, ALDEN H.
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12-680 NORTON, ANDRE
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12-690 NORWESCON
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12-700 NOSTRADAMUS
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12-710 NOURSE, ALAN E.
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12-720 NOURSE, M. D., ALAN E.
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12-730 NOVA
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12-740 NOVA (PENTHOUSE) – SEE FOCUS
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12-750 NOVACIOUS & NOVAJ HORIZONTOJ
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12-760 NOVEL
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12-770 NOVEL INDEX (DE LA REE)
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12-780 NOYES, PIERREPONT B.
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12-790 NUCLEAR PROPULSION FOR SPACE
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12-800 NYCON II

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 13

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13-10 NYCON III
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13-20 NYCON NEWS
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13-30 NYU QUADRANGLE
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13-40 O’CONNOR, RICHARD
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13-50 OAKLAND CONVENTION (1968)
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13-60 OBERTH, HERMAN
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13-70 OBERTH, HERMAN
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13-80 OCEANOGRAPHIC FOUNDATION
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13-90 OGUTSCH, EDITH
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13-100 OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
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13-110 OKLAHOMA INSTITUTE OF PRIVATE OPINION
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13-120 OMNI
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13-130 OMNIFAN
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13-140 ONE FAN’S OPINION
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13-150 OOF
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13-160 OPEN ROAD FOR BOYS
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13-170 OPEN SEASON ON ELEPHANTS
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13-180 OPERA
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13-190 OPERATOR 5
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13-200 OPIUM BOOKS
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13-210 OPUNTIA
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13-220 ORACLE
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13-230 ORCHIDEENGARTEN, DER
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13-240 ORLANDO, FURIOSO
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13-250 ORWELL, GEORGE
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13-260 OSHINSKY, ABE
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13-270 OUTER LIMITS (TV)
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13-280 OUTLANDER NEWS REVIEW
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13-290 OUTWORLD FLYER
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13-300 OUTWORLDS (SEE BASEMENT)
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13-310 OWEN, WILLIAM
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13-320 OWINGS, MARK
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13-330 OWLFLIGHT
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13-340 P.E.N.
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13-350 PACIFIC ROCKETS
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13-360 PAD, PETER
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13-370 PAGEANT
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13-380 PAL, GEORGE
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13-390 PALINGENESIS (JOHN DEWEY SF CLUB)
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13-400 PALLAS ATHENE (SPEER)
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13-410 PAN (WILSEY & SHAW)
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13-420 PANIC BUTTON, THE
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13-430 PANSHIN, ALEXEI
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13-440 PAPERBACK
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13-450 PAPERBOUND SCIENCE FANTASY (B) (WOOD & KEMP)
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13-460 PARAGON MONTHLY, THE
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13-470 PARISIENNE MONTHLY MAGAZINE
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13-480 PARK EAST
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13-490 PARKER, HENRY W.
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13-500 PARKINSON, R. D.
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13-510 PARNASSUS (VAPA) – KEPNER & SAHA
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13-520 PARRISH, MAXFIELD
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13-530 PAYNE, JOHN
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13-540 PEAKE, MERVYN
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13-550 PEGLER, WESBROOK
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13-560 PELICAN
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13-570 PEN NAMES
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13-580 PENDRAY, G. EDWARDS
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13-590 PENNONCEL
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13-600 PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
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13-610 PEOPLE’S FAVORITE MAGAZINE
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13-620 PEORIA S-F
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13-630 PERDUE, ELMER
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13-640 PERHAPS
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13-650 PERRY, JEROME SEVERS
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13-660 PERRY, RHODAN
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13-670 PETERSON, BOB
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13-680 PETITION OF REPRIMANO (SPEER)
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13-690 PGHLANGE
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13-700 PHAROS BOOKS
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13-710 PHILA’FFAIRS
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13-720 PHILADELPHIA S-F CONFERENCE (SEE LETTER FILE AND OSWALD TRAIN)
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13-730 PHILCON
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13-740 PHILLIPHANT, JOHN THOMAS
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13-750 PHILLIPS, ALEXANDER M.
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13-760 PHILLIPS, JUDSON
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13-770 PHILLIPS, ROG
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13-780 PHOENIX
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13-790 PHOENIXCON
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13-800 PHROLICON
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13-810 PHYSICS
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13-820 PIERCE, J. J.
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13-830 PIERCE, JOHN R. (TELESTAR)
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13-840 PINES, NED
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13-850 PIPER, H. BEAM
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13-860 PIRATE STORIES
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13-870 PITKIN, DOROTHY
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13-880 PITTSBURGH SCIENCE FICTION ASSOCIATION
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13-890 PLAGERISM
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13-900 PLANET STORIES
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13-910 PLATT, CHARLES
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13-920 PLAY
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13-930 PLAYBOY SCIENCE FICTION CONVENTION
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13-940 PLEASENCE, DONALD
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13-950 PODIUM
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13-960 POE STUDIES ASSOCIATION
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13-970 POET’S GLASS EYE
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13-980 POHL, FRED
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13-990 POLLS
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13-1000 POPE, GUSTAVUS W.
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13-1010 POPULAR ASTRONOMY (MARVELOUS VOYAGES BY LAURENCE J LAFLEUR)
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13-1020 POPULAR SCIENCE
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13-1030 POPULATION STORIES
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13-1040 PORTER, ANDREW

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 14

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14-10 POURNELLE, JERRY
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14-20 PRACTICAL ENGLISH (SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINE)
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14-30 PRICE LISTS (MOSKOWITZ)
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14-40 PRICE, E. HOFFMAN
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14-50 PRIEST, CHRISTOPHER
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14-60 PRODUCT ENGINEERING
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14-70 PROFESSOR CHALLENGER SOCIETY
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14-80 PROFILE POLL
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14-90 PROVIDENCE
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14-100 PSEUDONYMS (FANTASY)
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14-110 PSYCHOLOGY TODAY
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14-120 PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
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14-130 PUBLISHING
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14-140 PULP ADVERTISER & COLLECTOR
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14-150 PULP HEROES, GUIDE TO
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14-160 PULP MAGAZINE REFERENCE
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14-170 PUNCH
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14-180 PUNCHES ALMANACK
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14-190 PURPLE PEOPLE EATER
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14-200 PYNCHON, THOMAS
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14-210 PYRAMID
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14-220 QUEEN, ELLERY (SEE ELLERY QUEEN)
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14-230 QUEENS SFL
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14-240 QUEENS SFL
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14-250 QUEENSBOROUGH COLLEGE
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14-260 QUESTAR
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14-270 RACKHAM, JOHN
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14-280 RADIO
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14-290 RADIO SCIENCE FICTION PROGRAMS
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14-300 RADIO TELESCOPE
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14-310 RAILROAD ANTHOLOGY
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14-320 RAILROAD MAN’S MAGAZINE
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14-330 RAINS, CLAUDE
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14-340 RAMPARTS
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14-350 RAMSEY, J. D.
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14-360 RAND, SALLY
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14-370 RAPHAEL, JOHN N.
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14-380 RAVITCH, M. D., MARK
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14-390 READE, FRANK
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14-400 READER’S SCOPE
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14-410 READER’S SERVICE BOOK CLUB
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14-420 REAL DETECTIVE TALES & MYSTERY
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14-430 REAMY, TOM
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14-440 REED, PETER FISHE (SBE GENIUS OF THE WEST)
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14-450 REINBERG, MARK
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14-460 REINSEL, CHARLES
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14-470 REISS, MALCOLM
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14-480 RELIGION
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14-490 REPORT OF SO. CROSS FUT. ASS.
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14-500 REPP, ED EARL
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14-510 REQUIEM (FRENCH-CANADIAN)
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14-520 RESIN (METCALF)
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14-530 RHODAN, PERRY (INDEX IN MASTER FILE)
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14-540 RICHARD E. GEIS
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14-550 RICHARDSON, ROBERT
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14-560 RICHARDSON, ROBERT (BOB) T.
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14-570 RICHMOND, WALT & LEIGH
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14-580 RIDER, THE
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14-590 RILEY, JAMES WHITCOMB
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14-600 RING, THE
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14-610 RIVERCON
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14-620 ROBERTS, CHARLES GOODRIDGE (CHAPBOOK)
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14-630 ROBERTSON, MORGAN
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14-640 ROBIDA
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14-650 ROBINS, JACK
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14-660 ROBINSON, FRANK M.
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14-670 ROBOT
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14-680 ROBOTS
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14-690 ROC SF ADVANCE
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14-700 ROCHESTER, UNIVERSITY OF
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14-710 ROCKET EXPERIMENTS (ISA-SYKORA)
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14-720 ROCKETEER (M. KUTTNER)
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14-730 ROCKETS
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14-740 ROCKON
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14-750 RODDENBERRY, GENE
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14-760 ROGUES GALLERY
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14-770 ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.
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14-780 ROOTS OF HORROR
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14-790 ROSENBLUM, J. MICHAEL
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14-800 ROSNY-AINE, J. H.
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14-810 ROSS, MALCOLM
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14-820 ROTHMAN, MILTON A.
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14-830 ROUND-ROBIN LETTER (WWII)
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14-840 RRS NEWS (ROCKETRY)
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14-850 RUD, ANTHONY
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14-860 RUMBLE NEWSLETTER
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14-870 RUMBLE, THE
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14-880 RUPPERT, CONRAD H.
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14-890 RUSSELL, BERTRAND
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14-900 RUSSELL, SAMUEL D.
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14-910 RUSSIA
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14-920 RYAN, CORNELIUS
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14-930 SAFARI
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14-940 SAGA
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14-950 SAGAN, CARL
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14-960 SAHA, ART
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14-970 SALE, RICHARD
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14-980 SAMBO
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14-990 SANDERSON, SANDY
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14-1000 SANTESSON, HANS STEFAN
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14-1010 SAPPHO
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14-1020 SATELLITE
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14-1030 SATELLITE SCIENCE FICTION PASTEUP.
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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 15

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15-10 SATURN
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15-20 SCANCON
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15-30 SCARAMAZZA, PAUL
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15-40 SCHMID, FRANK A.
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15-50 SCHMIDT, STANLEY A.
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15-60 SCHORNSTEIN, HARRY
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15-70 SCHWARTZ, LEW (ABELARD-SCHUMAN)
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15-80 SCIENCE
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15-90 SCIENCE
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15-100 SCIENCE & MECHANICS
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15-110 SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
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15-120 SCIENCE AND MECHANICS
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15-130 SCIENCE FANTASY
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15-140 SCIENCE FANTASY GUIDE
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15-150 SCIENCE FANTASY NEWS
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15-160 SCIENCE FANTASY NEWS
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15-170 SCIENCE FANTASY REPORT CARD
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15-180 SCIENCE FANTASY SERVICE
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15-190 SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY PUBLICATIONS (BRAD DAY)
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15-200 SCIENCE FICTION ABATTOIR
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15-210 SCIENCE FICTION ADVENTURE STORIES
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15-220 SCIENCE FICTION ADVERTISER (POHL)
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15-230 SCIENCE FICTION AGE
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15-240 SCIENCE FICTION BARD
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15-250 SCIENCE FICTION BOOK CLUB
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15-260 SCIENCE FICTION BOOK CLUB (BRITISH)
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15-270 SCIENCE FICTION BOOKMAN
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15-280 SCIENCE FICTION BOOKS 1968
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15-290 SCIENCE FICTION CIRCULATING LIBRARY
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15-300 SCIENCE FICTION CLASSES
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15-310 SCIENCE FICTION CLUBS AND PUBLICITY
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15-320 SCIENCE FICTION COLLECTOR
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15-330 SCIENCE FICTION COMMENT
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15-340 SCIENCE FICTION DIGEST
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15-350 SCIENCE FICTION FAIR
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15-360 SCIENCE FICTION FAN (MADLE)
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15-370 SCIENCE FICTION FANDOM
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15-380 SCIENCE FICTION FANTASY BOOK REVIEW
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15-390 SCIENCE FICTION FESTIVAL (ENGLAND)
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15-400 SCIENCE FICTION FORUM (SPEER)
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15-410 SCIENCE FICTION FORWARD
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15-420 SCIENCE FICTION INTERNATIONAL NEWS
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15-430 SCIENCE FICTION INTERNATIONALE
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15-440 SCIENCE FICTION LECHERS
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15-450 SCIENCE FICTION MAGAZINES 1968
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15-460 SCIENCE FICTION MISCELLANY
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15-470 SCIENCE FICTION NEWS (AUSTRALIA) (ESSAY ON F. B. LONG)
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15-480 SCIENCE FICTION NEWS CLIPPING
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15-490 SCIENCE FICTION NEWSLETTER
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15-500 SCIENCE FICTION NYTT
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15-510 SCIENCE FICTION PLUS
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15-520 SCIENCE FICTION POETS GUILD
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15-530 SCIENCE FICTION READER (FANZINE)
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15-540 SCIENCE FICTION RESEARCH ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE
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15-550 SCIENCE FICTION RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, INC.
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15-560 SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW (AUSTRALIA)
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15-570 SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW MONTHLY
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15-580 SCIENCE FICTION SCANSION
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15-590 SCIENCE FICTION SERVICE
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15-600 SCIENCE FICTION SHOP
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15-610 SCIENCE FICTION SONG SHEET
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15-620 SCIENCE FICTION STUDIES
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15-630 SCIENCE FICTION TERRIER
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15-640 SCIENCE FICTION THEATRE
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15-650 SCIENCE FICTION TIMES (GALILEO)
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15-660 SCIENCE FICTION TIMES (GERMAN)
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15-670 SCIENCE FICTION TIMES CHRONICLE
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15-680 SCIENCE FICTION VIEWSLETTER
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15-690 SCIENCE FICTION WEAKLY
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15-700 SCIENCE FICTION WEEKLY
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15-710 SCIENCE FICTION WORLD (GNOME)
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15-720 SCIENCE FICTION WORLD (KIRBY)
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15-730 SCIENCE FICTION WRITERS OF AMERICA
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15-740 SCIENCE FICTION YEARBOOK
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15-750 SCIENCE NEWS SERVICE
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15-760 SCIENCE TO SCIENCE FANTASY SERVICE
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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 16

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16-10 SCIENTIAL
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16-20 SCIENTIFANTASY PSEUDONYMS (PROFESSIONAL)
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16-30 SCIENTIFIC CINEMA CLUB OF N.Y.
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16-40 SCIENTIFICINEMAGAZINEXTRAORDINARY
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16-50 SCIENTIFICIONALEODENSIAN
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16-60 SCIENTIFICTIONIST
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16-70 SCIENTIFILMAKER
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16-80 SCIENTILLO
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16-90 SCIENTI-TALES (GIVNTA) (SEE AMAZING WONDER TALES)
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16-100 SCINTILLATION
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16-110 SCORPIO
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16-120 SCOTT, SIR WALTER
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16-130 SCOTT, SIR WALTER (BIBLIO)
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16-140 SCOUT (TAURASI)
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16-150 SCRIBNER’S
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16-160 SEA FRONTIERS
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16-170 SEA STORIES
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16-180 SEABROOK, WILLIAM B.
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16-190 SEARCH & RESEARCH
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16-200 SEARLES, A. LANGLEY
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16-210 SEARLES, A. LANGLEY
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16-220 SEARLES, BAYARD
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16-230 SEARLES, P. J.
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16-240 SEATTLE CONVENTION
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16-250 SECONDARY UNIVERSE CONFERENCE
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16-260 SECONDARY UNIVERSE III (1970)
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16-270 SELDON’S PLAN
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16-280 SELECT SCIENCE FICTION
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16-290 SELECTA
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16-300 SELECTIONS FROM TENNYSON
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16-310 SELENE
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16-320 SELL, HENRY
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16-330 SENARENS, LUIS P.
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16-340 SENOUR, FRED A.
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16-350 SENTINEL
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16-360 SERCON
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16-370 SERLING, ROD
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16-380 SEVAGRAM
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16-390 SEVERSKY, MAJ. ALEXANDER DE
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16-400 SF
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16-410 SF +- STATIONARY & FORMS
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16-420 SF BOOKLOG
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16-430 SF BULLETIN
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16-440 SF COMMENTARY
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16-450 SF CONVENTIONS
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16-460 SF DIRECTIONS (SEE EDGE)
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16-470 SF EXPO 76
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16-480 SF FORUM
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16-490 SF IN NON ENGLISH
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16-500 SF INTERNATIONAL NEWS
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16-510 SF WRITER’S BULLETIN (BRITISH) 1969
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16-520 SFINCTOR
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16-530 SHAARA, MICHAEL
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16-540 SHANGRI-LA
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16-550 SHANGRI-LA
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16-560 SHAW REVIEW, THE
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16-570 SHAYNE, MICHAEL
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16-580 SHECKLEY, ROBERT
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16-590 SHEDLOFSKY, WALTER
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16-600 SHEENA
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16-610 SHELDON, WALT
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16-620 SHELLY, MARY W.
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16-630 SHENANDOAH

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 17

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17-10 SHIEL, M. P.
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17-20 SHORT SHORTS
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17-30 SHORT, LUKE
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17-40 SHRINKING MAN
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17-50 SHROUD PUBLICATIONS
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17-60 SH-SF FANTHOLOGY ONE
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17-70 SHUDDER
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17-80 SHUNAMAN, FRED
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17-90 SI-FAN
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17-100 SIGORSKY, IGOR
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17-110 SILBERKLIET, LOUIS
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17-120 SILVERBERG, ROBERT
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17-130 SILVERBERG, ROBERT (A)
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17-140 SILVERCON
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17-150 SIMAK, CLIFFORD D.
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17-160 SIMAK, CLIFFORD D. (BIBLIO)
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17-170 SIME, S. H.
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17-180 SINGER, ISAAC BASHEVIS
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17-190 SINGING DETECTIVE (POTTER)
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17-200 SINISTERRA (NORWESCON)
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17-210 SIODMAK, CURT
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17-220 SKEPTICAL INQUIRER
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17-230 SKIDMORE, JOSEPH W.
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17-240 SLANT
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17-250 SLANTASY (BUDRY, A. J.)
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17-260 SLIDES
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17-270 SLUDGE
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17-280 SMALLEY, JACK (PULPS)
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17-290 SMITH, CLARK ASHTON. THE GHOUL AND THE SERAPH (1950)
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17-300 SMITH, CORDWAINER
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17-310 SMITH, FRANCES SCOTT (F. SCOTT FITZGERALD’S DAUGHTER)
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17-320 SMITH, GEORGE O.
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17-330 SMITH, JUNIUS B.
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17-340 SMITH, LANGDON
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17-350 SMITH, THORNE
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17-360 SMITH, WALLACE (ART PORTFOLIO)
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17-370 SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW, THE
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17-380 SOGLOW, OTTO
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17-390 SOHL, JERRY
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17-400 SOL III
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17-410 SOL READER (GERMAN)
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17-420 SOLACON MEMORY BOOKLET
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17-430 SOLAR SALES SERVICE
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17-440 SOLOR (TAURASI)
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17-450 SON OF THE WSFA JOURNAL
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17-460 SOONERCON
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17-470 SOUTHERN FANDOM
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17-480 SOU-WESTERCON
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17-490 SPA FAN (PRAZETTA)
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17-500 SPACE & SCIENCE PHILATELY
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17-510 SPACE (TAURASI)
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17-520 SPACE AGE TERMINOLOGY
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17-530 SPACE ART
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17-540 SPACE EXPLORERS
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17-550 SPACE LEGION AIRES (AUSTRALIA)
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17-560 SPACE MAGAZINE
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17-570 SPACE MAGICIANS, THE
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17-580 SPACE MEDICINE
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17-590 SPACE PROBE
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17-600 SPACE TRAVEL: BIBLIOGRAPHY (B) (NON-FICTION)
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17-610 SPACE WORLD
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17-620 SPACEFLIGHT (SEE GARAGE FOR REST OF FILE)
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17-630 SPACEHOUND’S GAZETTE (TWO KELLER POEMS)
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17-640 SPACE-LINES INC.
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17-650 SPACE-TIMES (BRITISH)
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17-660 SPAHN, MILTON
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17-670 SPANG BLAH (SEE ITALY)
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17-680 SPATUM (CENTRAL NY S-F SOCIETY)
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17-690 SPECIAL CHARACTER MAGAZINE INDEX
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17-700 SPECTATOR APA
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17-710 SPECTRA
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17-720 SPECTRUM
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17-730 SPECULA
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17-740 SPECULATIVE BULLETIN
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17-750 SPEER, JACK
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17-760 SPEER, JACK
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17-770 SPIDER, THE
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17-780 SPINRAD, NORMAN
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17-790 SPIROCHEGE (BOGGS)
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17-800 ST. CLAIR, MARGARET
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17-810 ST. LOUIS CONVENTION
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17-820 ST. LOUIS CONVENTION
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17-830 STAHR, PAUL

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 18

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18-10 STANDARD MAGAZINES
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18-20 STANTON & LEE
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18-30 STANTON, L. JEROME
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18-40 STAPLEDON, OLAF
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18-50 STAR POWER
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18-60 STAR TREK
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18-70 STAR WARS
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18-80 STARDUST
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18-90 STARLIGHT (1941-WRIGHT)
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18-100 STARLIT FANTASY
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18-110 STARSPINKLE
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18-120 STARTLING STORIES
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18-130 STARWORLDS
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18-140 STATE COLLEGE OF N.Y. AT BROCKPORT
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18-150 STEAD, W. T.
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18-160 STEINBRUNNER, CHRIS
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18-170 STELLAR
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18-180 STELLAR (AUSTIN HAMEL)
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18-190 STELLAR (STORIES OF IMAGINATION)
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18-200 STELLAR TALES
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18-210 STENCH
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18-220 STEPHAN THE STFAN
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18-230 STEPHEN’S BOOK SERVICE
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18-240 STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS
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18-250 STF & FSY SONGBOOK
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18-260 STF STICKERS STATIONARY SUCHSTUFFERY (ACKERMAN)
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18-270 STILSON, CHARLES B.
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18-280 STINE, G. HARRY
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18-290 STOCKTON, FRANK R.
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18-300 STOIC PAPERS
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18-310 STONE, GRAHAM B.
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18-320 STONE, IRVING (SEE BIOGRAPHY)
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18-330 STONEHAM, C. T.
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18-340 STOOPS, HERMAN MORTON
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18-350 STOPGAP (AUSTRALIA)
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18-360 STRANGE SIGNPOSTS
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18-370 STRATEMEYER, EDWARD
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18-380 STRINGER, ARTHUR
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18-390 STROBL, KARL HANS
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18-400 STUART, LYLE
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18-410 STUDLEY, BOB
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18-420 SULLIVAN, WALTER
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18-430 SULLIVAN, WALTER (FAN)
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18-440 SUN TRAIL
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18-450 SUNBATHER
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18-460 SUNCON
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18-470 SUPERFLUOUS STORIES
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18-480 SUSTAINING PROGRAM (SPEER)
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18-490 SUVIN, DARKO
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18-500 SWAIN, DWIGHT V.
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18-510 SWANSON, CARL
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18-520 SWEDEN
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18-530 SWIFT, TOM
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18-540 SWISHER, R. D.
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18-550 SWOON
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18-560 SYKORA, WILLIAM S. (SEE AMATEUR SCIENCE FICTION LEAGUE) (SEE ROCKETS – IAS – SYKORA)
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18-570 SYMMES, JOHN CLEVES
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18-580 SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
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18-590 SYZYGY (SILVERBERG MATERIAL) (TAINE MATERIAL)
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18-600 TAFF
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18-610 TAILS OF PASSIONATE FANS
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18-620 TAINE, JOHN
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18-630 TAIWAN
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18-640 TALES OF INFINITY
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18-650 TALES OF SCIENCE
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18-660 TALISMAN, THE
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18-670 TANGENT
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18-680 TAURASI – MOSKOWITZ AGENCY
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18-690 TAURASI, JAMES V.
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18-700 TAURASI, JAMES V.
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18-710 TEAGUE, BOB
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18-720 TEEN-AGE SF
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18-730 TELEFAN
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18-740 TELEPATHY
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18-750 TELEVISION
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18-760 TEMPLE, WILLIAM F.
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18-770 TENOR, JOHN
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18-780 TENSION, APPREHENSION, & DISSENSION
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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 19

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19-10 TERRIBLE TALES
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19-20 TERTZ, ABRAM
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19-30 TESLA, NIKOLA
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19-40 THEODORE
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19-50 THIS WEEK
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19-60 THOMPSON, C. HALL
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19-70 THOMPSON, ROBERT G.
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19-80 THOTS
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19-90 THRILLER, THE
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19-100 THRILLING FANTASY BULLETIN
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19-110 TIME
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19-120 TIME SCANNER
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19-130 TIME TRAVEL
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19-140 TIME TUNNEL
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19-150 TINPLATE RAILROADING
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19-160 TINY ALICE
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19-170 TIRADE
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19-180 TITAN
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19-190 TODAY’S HEALTH
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19-200 TODAY’S WOMAN
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19-210 TOGETHER
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19-120 TOLKIEN
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19-230 TOLKIEN JOURNAL
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19-240 TOMORROW AND … FIVE
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19-250 TOP OF THE NEWS
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19-260 TOPS
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19-270 TORCON
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19-280 TORONTO (FANFAIR II)
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19-290 TORONTO CONVENTION
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19-300 TORQNASIAN TIMES (BRADBURY)
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19-310 TOWER COMICS
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19-320 TOWN JOURNAL
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19-330 TRAIN, OSWALD
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19-340 TRANSATLANTIC TRADER
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19-350 TRANSATLANTICORRESPONDENT
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19-360 TRANSGALAXIS
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19-370 TRANSITION
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19-380 TRANSMISSION
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19-390 TRANTORCON
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19-400 TRAVEN, B.
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19-410 TRIESTE
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19-420 TRIESTE, SF FILM FESTIVAL
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19-430 TRITON
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19-440 TRIVIAL TRIANGLE TROUBADOR
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19-450 TROVER HALL
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19-460 TRUE MAGAZINE
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19-470 TRUE MYSTIC
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19-480 TRUE STORY MAGAZINE
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19-490 TSR HOBBIES
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19-500 TUBB, E. C.
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19-510 TUBB, E. C. (INDEX) (A)
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19-520 TUCK, DONALD
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19-530 TUCKER, BOB
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19-540 TV
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19-550 TV GUIDE
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19-560 TWAIN, MARK
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19-570 TWILIGHT ZONE
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19-580 TWILIGHT ZONE
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19-590 TWO THOUSAND AND ONE
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19-600 TY-DINGS
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19-610 U. P. AD-MAN
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19-620 U.S. BOOK CO.
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19-630 U.S. NEWS AND WORLD REPORT
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19-640 UCHUJIN CLUB (JAPAN)
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19-650 UL
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19-660 ULTRA
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19-670 UMBRA (ASIMOV REVIEW)
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19-680 UNCANNY TALES
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19-690 UNDER MOONS OF MARS (REVIEWS)
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19-700 UNFAMOUS FANTASTIC MYSTERIES
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19-710 UNGER, JULIUS
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19-720 UNGER, JULIUS UNICON
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19-730 UNIVERSE
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19-740 UNIVERSE (RAY NELSON)
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19-750 UNIVERSE (RONALD FRIEDMAN)
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19-760 UNIVERSITIES
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19-770 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
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19-780 UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA – PRESS
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19-790 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
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19-800 UNSPEAKABLE THING, THE
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19-810 UNUSUAL STORIES
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19-820 URANUS
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19-830 URANUS (THE PLANET)
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19-840 URVOAT
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19-850 USA TODAY
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19-860 USEFUL AND INSTRUCTIVE PROSE
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19-870 UTOPIA UNLIMITED
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19-880 UTOPIAS

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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 20

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20-10 VAGABOND
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20-20 VAGABONDIA (LOWNDES)
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20-30 VAGRANT
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20-40 VALIGURSKY, ED
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20-50 VAMPIRE
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20-60 VAN VOGT, A. E.
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20-70 VANATIONS
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20-80 VANCE, JACK
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20-90 VARIETY
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20-100 VARIOSO
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20-110 VASSILIKOS, VASSILIS
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20-120 VECTORS
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20-130 VECTORS
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20-140 VEGA
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20-150 VELIKOVSKY
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20-160 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION BIBLIO
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20-170 VENUS (PLANET)
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20-180 VERNE, JULES
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20-190 VERRILL, A. HYATT
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20-200 VERTEX
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20-210 VERTIGO
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20-220 VIA GALACTICA (PLAY)
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20-230 VIDAL, GORE
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20-240 VIPER
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Series VIII: Subject Files. Box 21

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21-10 WESTERCON
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21-20 WESTERN PENN: S-F ASSOCIATION
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21-30 WESTERN STAR
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21-40 WESTLAKE, DONALD E.
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21-50 WETZEL, GEORGE
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21-60 WHEATLEY, DENNIS
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21-70 WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE
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21-80 WHIFFLE
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21-90 WHITE PAPER
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21-100 WHITE, EDWARD LUCAS
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21-110 WHITE, MATTHEW
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21-120 WHITE, STEWART E.
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21-130 WHITE, T. H.
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21-140 WHITE, TED (SEE XERNAN FILE)
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21-150 WHITLEY, GEORGE
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21-160 WHITLEY, REID
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21-170 WHITMAN BIBLIOGRAPHY
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21-180 WHITNEY, PHYLLIS
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21-190 WHO IS THIS MAN
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21-200 WHY IS A FAN?
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21-210 WILD HAIR
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21-220 WILHELM, KATE
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21-230 WILLIAMS, JAMES A
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21-240 WILLIAMS, TENNESSEE
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21-250 WILLIAMSON, JACK
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21-260 WILLIS, WALT
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21-740 ZELAZNY, ROGERS
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21-750 ZIFF, WILLIAM B.
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21-760 ZWICKY, FRITZ

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