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The M. Horvat Collection of Science Fiction Apazines
MsC 825
Collection Dates: 1945-2002

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Acquisition and Processing Information: The M. Horvat collection was acquired by the University of Iowa Libraries from Martin (Mike) Horvat in December 2004. .

Photographs: None

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Scope and Contents

The collection contains a large number of different apazines. Most of these are concerned with science fiction and fantasy (both literary and in other media), but there are also apas devoted to other genre topics, including comics, role-playing games, and mysteries. The earliest items in the collection are some of the early issues (1940s) of the first science fiction apa, Fantasy Amateur, but the collection reaches into the 21st century with issues of apas that, in some cases, continue to be published today.

How Apas Work

With few exceptions, apas function in a similar fashion. An apa is centrally coordinated by an Official Editor (sometimes called a Central Mailer). The OE is responsible for collating the individual fanzines of the apa's members into a single publication (the "apazine") and distributing it to the members. The OE also manages the apa's subscription lists and publication deadlines. Most apas are headed by an "official organ"; that is, the administrative zine of the apa that not only contains the OE's own contributions but the lists of current and waiting members, apa rules and constitutions, and member notices (including which members are required to submit material for the next issue).The OE is more often than not a regularly rotating position, although some OEs remained in charge of their apas for long periods.

The major exception to this system is Fantasy Rotator, produced by the apa The Cult. The Cult functioned more like an open letter between friends because the material, usually --  but not always -- a letter, was sent to a designated Member (an "Official Arbiter") who edited, published, and distributed the FR by him- or herself. FRs were published, on average every three weeks by the 13 Cult Members in rotation; hence the title "Rotator". In addition, members could issue their own material to the apa in so-called "fractional rotators", or "f/r"s. The fractional numbers assigned to each f/r seem to have been selected at random. For example, during the assigned period of FR 639, a Cult member might issue his own f/r to accompany FR 639, and title it FR 639.141092.

In addition, the CULT's waiting list was unlike those of other apas. There were two separate lists, and people on both lists were encouraged to participate. In fact, people on the Active Waiting List were required to participate (the minimum of one letter to every other FR or one postcard to every FR). CULT publications were distributed both to Members and the Active Waiting List. The Inactive Waiting List had no activity requirements, although they could be very active. Distribution of publications to the Inactive Waiting List was not required, but anyone who wrote regularly received most of them.

 

Most apas require members to submit a minimum amount of material in a specified format to a specified number of mailings. This minimum activity (or "minac") is usually specified by the OE and/or the established rules of the apa. Most apas also require each member to maintain a credit balance in a central funds account to cover common reproduction costs and postage.

Apas that require members to submit multiple copies of their contribution usually set a limit to the number of members and run a waiting list if this becomes necessary. In many cases people on the waiting list are permitted to contribute to mailings and may receive excess apazines provided by the members. Occasionally apas are formed by waiting list members who are tired of the wait: for example, Junior Apa-Five (later Imaginapa) was created by a few fans who had been on the Apa-Five waiting list for what they felt to be too long a time and were impatient to participate in apa activity.

 

Contributors

Apas have historical signficance in that many of them contain the amateur work of famous genre writers and illustrators. Much of this material predates the writers' fame, although this is not always the case. In addition, many apa members, though not professional writers, were significant voices in the world of fandom. Examples of apas with contributors of significant importance in the field include Apa-Five (Frank Miller), Apa-L (Alan Dean Foster; David Gerrold; Larry Niven); and Apanage (Jane Yolen).

Subjects

The apas in the Horvat Collection comprise a number of different genre topics. Some were continually dedicated to a particular subject, while in other cases the free-flowing nature of fandom in general or of the apa permitted an apa to concern itself with a number of different topics.

Alarums and Excursions:  Role-playing games

Alliance Amateur:  Science fiction (apa of the National Fantasy Fan Federation)

ANZAPA:  Science fiction (apa of the Australian and New Zealand Amateur Press Association)

Apa-Five:  Comic books

Apa-L:    Science fiction (apa of the Los Angeles Science Fiction Society)

Apanage:  Children and young people's fantasy literature

Dapa-Em:  Mysteries

Fantasy Amateur:    Science fiction (apa of the Fantasy Amateur Press Association)

Fantasy Rotator:    Science fiction (apa of The Cult)  

Junior Apa-Five:    Comic books

Minneapa:  Science fiction

Slanapa:  Science fiction


Biographical Note

Martin M. (Mike) Horvat is a printer and collector in Stayton, Oregon. For many years, his collecting focused on general circulation science fiction magazines and fanzines. Horvat founded the American Private Press Association and, during the 1970s and 1980s, published South of the Moon, a catalog of publications of amateur press associations. As a result of this endeavor, Horvat ended up collecting a vast archive of apazines as well.


Historical Note

The term "apa" refers to Amateur Press Association. An amateur press association is a group of like-minded people, distributed across a wide geographical area, who join together to discuss common interests using the forum of a collated series of individually printed publications. Apas originally came into existence in the late 19th century by amateur journalists, but starting in the early 20th century, apas came to be primarily associated with science fiction, fantasy, and other genre fans.

Apas provided effective and entertaining methods for fans separated by distance to communicate before the advent of electronic mail, electronic bulletin boards, or blogs. By having a system for the central collation of publications into a single apazine, apas eliminated the need for fans to produce more fanzines than they would be able to easily distribute on their own.

The first science fiction apa was Fantasy Amateur, produced by the Fantasy Amateur Press Association starting in 1937. Apas became a popular way for fans to exchange opinions, stories, illustrations and writings as the century continued, and the 1960s and 1970s resulted in an explosion of genre apas.


Related Materials

Horvat, M. The M. Horvat Collection of Science Fiction Fanzines, 1935-1990, MsC 791. (Partial Finding Aid)



Box Contents List

ALARUMS AND EXCURSIONS

 

Box 1  
Issue Date
1 Reprint, originally from 1975
2 – 5 July – October 1975
6 – 9 November/December 1975 – March 1976
11 – 13 May – July 1976
14 – 15 August – October 1976
16 – 17 November 1976
18 – 19 January – February 1977
20 – 21 March – April 1977
22 – 23 May – June 1977
24 – 25 July – August 1977
26 – 27 September – October 1977
28, 30 – 31 November 1977, January – March 1978
32 – 33 April – May 1978
34, 39 June, November 1978
40 – 41 December 1978 – January 1979
42 – 43 February – March 1979
44 – 45 April – May 1979
46 – 47 June – July 1979
48 – 49 August – September 1979

 

Box 2

50 – 51 October – November 1979
52 – 53 December 1979 – January 1980
54 – 55 February – March 1980
56 – 57 April – May 1980
58 – 59 June – July 1980

 

Box 3

60 -61 August – September 1980
62 – 63 October – November 1980
64 – 65 December 1980 – January 1981
66 – 67 February – March 1981
68 – 69 April – May 1981
70 – 71 June – July 1981

 

ALLIANCE AMATEUR (NATIONAL FANTASY FAN FEDERATION – N’APA)

Box 1
20 March 1964 (Incomplete)
22 September 1964 (Incomplete)
22.5 November 1964
26 September 1965
28 March 1966
31 December 1966
32 March 1967
35 December 1967
36 March 1968
37 June 1968
38 September 1968
39 December 1968
40 March 1969
41 June 1969
42 September 1969
43 December 1969
44 March 1970
45 June 1970
46 September 1970
47 December 1970
48 March 1971
49 June 1971

 

Box 2

50 September 1971
51 December 1971
52 March 1972
53 June 1972
56 March 1973
57 June 1973
58 September 1973
59 December 1973
64 – 65 April – June 1975
68 – 70 February – June 1976
72 – 73 April – June 1977
78 – 80 October 1978 – April 1979
81 July 1979
82 October 1979
83 January 1980
84 April 1980
85 July 1980
86 October 1980
87 January 1981
88 April 1981 (Incomplete)
89 July 1981
91 January 1982
92 April 1982
93 July 1982
94 September 1982
95 November 1982 (Incomplete)
96 January 1983

 

ANZAPA

Box 1
1 -2 October – December 1968 (as APA-A)
3 – 4 February – April 1969
5 – 6 June – August 1969
7 – 8 October – December 1969
9 – 10 February – April 1970
11- 12 June – August 1970
13 – 14 October – December 1970
15 – 16 February – April 1971
17 – 18 June – August 1971
19 – 20 October – December 1971
21 – 22 February – April 1972
23 – 24 June – August 1972
25 October 1972
26 December 1972
27 February 1973
28 – 29 April – May 1973
30 – 31 June – July 1973 (Both incomplete)
38 – 39 June – August 1974 (Both incomplete)
40 October 1974
41 – 42 December 1974 – February 1975
43 April 1975

 

Box 2

46 – 47 October – December 1975 (Both incomplete)
48 February 1976 (Incomplete)
49 – 50 April – June 1976
51 – 52 August – October 1976 (#51 incomplete)
53 December 1976
54 February 1977

 

Box 3

55 April 1977
56 June 1977 (Incomplete)
57 August 1977
58 October 1977 (Incomplete)
61- 62 April – June 1978 (Both incomplete)
84 – 85 February – April 1982 (Both incomplete)
86 June 1982
87 August 1982

 

APA-FIVE

Box 1
Issue Date
1 – 5 August -December 1971
6 - 9 January – April 1972
10- 12 May – August 1972
13- 15 September – November 1972
16 - 18 January – March 1973
19 - 20 April – May 1973
21 - 22 June – July 1973
23 - 24 August – September 1973
25 – 26 November – December 1973
27 – 29 January – March 1973
30 – 32 April – June 1974
33 – 34 July – August 1974

 

Box 2

35 September 1974
36 October 1974
37 – 38 November - December 1974
39 – 40 January – February 1975
41 – 42 March – April 1975
43 – 44 May – June 1975
45 – 46 July – August 1975
47 – 48 September – October 1975
49 – 50 November – December 1975
51 – 52 January – February 1976
53 – 54 March – April 1976
55, 57 May, July 1976
60 October 1976
84 December 1978
92, 96 August 1979, April 1980
97 – 99 May - July 1980

 

Box 3

100 November 1980
101-102 December 1980 – January 1981
103-104 February – March 1981
105 – 107 April – June 1981
108 July 1981
109 – 110 August – September 1981
111 – 113 October 1981 – March 1982
114 – 116 April – July 1982
117 – 119 September – November 1982
120 – 121 December 1982 – January 1983
122 – 123 March – April 1983
124 – 125 April – May 1983

 

Box 4

126 June 1983
127 – 128 July/August – September 1983
129, 131 October, December 1983
132 January 1984
133 June 1984
134 – 135 July – August 1984
136 – 138 September – November/December 1984
139 – 140 January – February 1985
141 – 142 March – April 1985
143 – 144 May – June 1985
145 – 147 July – September 1985
148 – 150 October – December 1985
151 – 153 January – March 1986
154 – 155 April – May 1986
156 – 157 June – July 1986

 

APA-L

Box 1
237, 249 November 27, 1969; February 19, 1970
252 – 256 March 19 - April 9, 1970
257 – 260 April 16 – May 7, 1970
261 – 263 May 14 – 28, 1970
318 – 319, 321 June 17 – 24, July 8, 1971
322 – 323, 328 July 15 – 22, August 26, 1971
347, 349, 382 December 6, 1971; January 20, September 7, 1972
418, 423, 436, 455 May 17, June 21, September 20, 1973; January 31, 1974
465, 470 – 472 April 11, May 16 – 30, 1974
474, 484 June 13, August 22, 1974
486 – 487 September 5 – 12, 1974
509, 517 – 520 February 13, April 10 – May 1, 1975
523 – 524, 526 – 527 May 22 – 29, June 12 – 19, 1975
529, 533 July 4, July 31, 1975
534 – 536 August 7 – 21, 1975
541 – 544 September 25 – October 16, 1975
548 – 549, 551 November 13 – 20, December 4, 1975
553 – 554, 564 December 18- 25, 1975; March 4, 1976
566 – 567, 587 March 18 – 25, August 12, 1976
602, 605, 607 November 25, December 16, December 30, 1976
609 – 611 January 13 – 27, 1977

 

Box 2

615 – 617 February 24 – March 10, 1977
618 – 620 March 17 – 31, 1977
621 – 623 April 7 – 21, 1977
624 – 626 April 28 – May 1, 1977
627 – 629 May 19 – June 2, 1977
630 – 632 June 9 – 23, 1977
633, 635 June 30, July 14, 1977
637, 639 July 28, August 11, 1977
640, 642 – 643 August 18, September 1 – 8, 1977
645 – 646 September 22 – 29, 1977
668, 693 March 2, August 24, 1978
701, 725 October 19, 1978; April 15, 1979
728 – 730 April 26 – May 10, 1979
731 – 732 May 17 – 24, 1979
734 – 735 June 7 – 14, 1979
738, 765 July 5, 1974; January 10, 1980
925, 931 February 3, March 17, 1983
934, 940, 949 April 7, May 19, July 21, 1983
956, 959 September 8, September 29, 1983
963 – 964, 967 October 27 – November 3, November 24, 1983
969, 974 December 8, 1983; January 12, 1984

 

APANAGE

Box 1
Apanage 10-year Index
5 – 7 August 1971
8 – 10 October – December 1971, February 1972
11 – 13 April - August 1972
14 – 16 October – December 1972
17 – 19 Apri l – August 1973
20 – 21 October – December 1973
22 – 23 February – April 1974
24 – 25 June – August 1974
26 – 27 October – December 1974
28 February 1975
29 – 30 April – June 1975
31 August 1975
32 October 1975
33 December 1975
36 July 1976
50 – 51 November 1978 – January 1979
52 – 53 March – May 1979
54 July 1979
57 January 1980
58 March 1980
59 May 1980
62 November 1980
63 January 1981

 

Box 2

64 March 1981 (Incomplete)
65 May 1981
66 July 1981
67 September 1981
68 November 1981
69 January 1982
70 March 1982
71 May 1982
72 July 1982
73 September 1982
74 November 1982
75 January 1983
76 March 1983
77 May 1983
78 August 1983

 

Box 3

80 November 1983
81 January 1984

 

DAPA-EM

Box 1
1 – 5 December 1973 – November 1974
6 – 8 March – September 1975
9 – 11 December 1975 – June 1976
13 – 15 November 1976 – March 1977
16 – 17 May – July 1977
18 – 19 September – November 1977
20 – 21 January – March 1978
22 – 24 May – September 1978
25 – 26 November 1978 – January 1979
27 – 28 March – May 1979
29 – 30 June – September 1979
31 November 1979
32 January 1980
33 March 1980
34 May 1980
35 July 1980

 

Box 2

36 September 1980
37 November 1980
38 January 1981
39 March 1981
40 May 1981
41 July 1981
42 September 1981
43 November 1981
44 January 1982
45 March 1982
46 May 1982
47 July 1982
48 – 49 September – November 1982
50 January 1983
51 March 1983

 

Box 3

52 – 53 May – July 1983
54 September 1983
55 November 1983
56 – 57 January – March 1984
58 – 59 May – July 1984
60 September 1984
61 November 1984
62 January 1985
63 – 64 March – May 1985
65 – 66 July – September 1985
67 – 68 November 1985 – January 1986
69 – 70 March – May 1986
71 July 1986

 

Box 4

72- 73 September – November 1986
74 – 75 January – March 1987
76 – 77 May – July 1987
78 – 79 September – November 1987
80 – 81 January – March 1988
82 – 83 May – July 1988
84 – 85 September – November 1988
86 – 87 January – March 1989
88 – 89 May – July 1989
90 – 91 September – November 1989
92 – 93 January – March 1990
94 – 95 May – July 1990

 

Box 5

96 – 97 September – November 1990
98 – 99 January – March 1991
100 June 1991
101 – 102 September – November 1991
103 – 104 January – March 1992
105 – 106 May – July 1992
108 – 109 November 1992 – January 1993
110 – 111 March – May 1993
112 – 113 July – September 1993
114 – 115 November 1993 – January 1994
116 – 117 March – May 1994
118 – 119 July – September 1994
120 – 121 November 1994 – January 1995

 

Box 6

122 – 123 March – May 1995
124 – 125 July – September 1995
126 – 127 November 1995 – January 1996
128 – 129 March – May 1996
130 – 131 July – September 1996
132 – 133 November 1996 – January 1997
134 – 135 March – May 1997
136 – 137 July – September 1997
138 – 139 November 1997 – January 1998
140 – 141 March – May 1998
142 – 143 July – September 1998
144 – 145 November 1998 – January 1999
146 – 147 March – May 1999

 

Box 7

148 – 149 July – September 1999
150 – 151 November 1989 – January 2000
152 – 153 March – May 2000
154 – 155 July – September 2000
156 – 157 November 2000 – January 2001
158 – 159 March – May 2001
160 – 161 July – September 2001
162 – 163 November 2001 – January 2002
164 – 165 March – May 2002
166 July 2002

 

FANTASY AMATEUR (FAPA)

Box 1
31 April 1945
34 Winter 1945/1946
101 November 1962
102 February 1963
103 May 1963
104 August 1963
105 November 1963
106 February 1964
107 May 1964
108 August 1964
109 November 1964
110 February 1965

 

Box 2

111 May 1965
112 August 1965
113 November 1965
114 February 1966
115 May 1966
116 August 1966
117 November 1966
118 February 1967
119 May 1967
120 August 1967
121 November 1967 (incomplete)
122 February 1968 (incomplete)
123 May 1968 (incomplete)
124 August 1968 (incomplete)
125 November 1968 (incomplete)
126 February 1969 (incomplete)

 

Box 3

127 May 1969 (incomplete)
128 August 1969 (incomplete)
129 November 1969 (incomplete)
130 February 1970 (incomplete)
131 May 1970 (incomplete)
132 August 1970 (incomplete)
133 November 1970 (incomplete)
134 February 1971 (incomplete)
135 May 1971 (incomplete)
136 August 1971 (incomplete)
137 November 1971 (incomplete)
138 February 1972 (incomplete)
139 May 1972 (incomplete)
140 August 1972 (incomplete)
141 November 1972 (incomplete)
142 February 1973 (incomplete)
143 May 1973 (incomplete)
144 August 1973 (incomplete)
145 November 1973 (incomplete)
146 February 1974 (incomplete)
147 May 1974 (incomplete)
148 August 1974 (incomplete)
149 November 1974 (incomplete)
150 February 1975 (incomplete)
151 May 1975
152 August 1975 (incomplete)
153 November 1975 (incomplete)
154 February 1976 (incomplete)
155 May 1976 (incomplete)
156 August 1976 (incomplete)
157 November 1976

 

Box 4

158 February 1977
159 May 1977
160 August 1977
161 November 1977
162 February 1978
163 May 1978
164 August 1978
165 November 1978
166 February 1979
167 May 1979
168 August 1979
169 November 1979
170 February 1980
171 May 1980

 

Box 5

172 August 1980
173 November 1980
174 February 1981
175 May 1981
176 August 1981
177 November 1981
178 February 1982
179 May 1982
180 August 1982
181 November 1982
181/1 December 1982
182 February 1983
183 May 1983
184 August 1983
185 November 1983

 

Box 6

186 February 1984
187 May 1984
188 August 1984
189 November 1984 (incomplete)
190 February 1985
191 May 1985
192 August 1985 (incomplete)
193 November 1985
194 February 1986 (incomplete)
195 May 1986 (incomplete)
199 May 1987 (incomplete)
200 August 1987 (incomplete)
204 August 1988 (incomplete)
205 November 1988 (incomplete)
206 February 1989 (incomplete)
207 May 1989

 

Box 7

208 August 1989
209 November 1989 (incomplete)
210 February 1990

 

Box 8

211 May 1990
212 August 1990

 

FANTASY ROTATOR (THE CULT)

Box 1
123 February 3, 1963
134.69 October 5, 1963
139- 140 January - February 1964
146.11218 July 9, 1964
147.4187 July 5, 1964
148.15 July 24, 1964
154 November 23, 1964
173-A December 27, 1965
176.6071 1966
182.NY1967 July 9, 1966
185 – 186 September 5 – 26, 1966
187.310 November 6, 1966
193 March 1967
200 July 16, 1967
214, 216 May 18; June – July 1968
217 July 1968
218 - 219.0907 August; September 7, 1968
220 September 1968
221 September – October 1968
222 October 1968
223 November 1968
224 December 1968
225 December 1968
226 January 1969
227 – 228 February 1969
229 – 230 March – April 1969
231 – 232 May 1969
233 – 235 June – July 1969
236.00001 – 237 August – September 1969
238 – 239 September – November 1969
240 – 241 November 1969
242 – 243 December 1969 – January 1970
244 – 245 February – March 1970
246 – 247 March 1970
248 – 249.90038 April – May 1970
250 – 251 June 1970
252 – 253 July – August 1970
254 – 255 August – September 1970
256 – 257 October – November 1970
258 – 259 November – December 1970
260.038 – 261 January – February 1971
262.1066 – 263 February – March 1971
264 – 265 March – April 1971
266 – 268 May – June 1971
269 – 271 June – August 1971
272 – 274 September – October 1971
275 – 277 November 1971 – January 1972
278 – 280 January – February 1972
281 – 283 March – May 1972
284 – 285, 287 May – July 1972
288 – 290 August – October 1972
291 – 293 October – November 1972
294 – 296 December 1972 – January 1973
297 – 299 February – March 1973
300.0001 – 303 May – July 1973
304.001 – 306 July – August 1973
307 – 309 September – November 1973
310 – 312 November – December 1973
313 – 315 January – March 1974
319.142857, 320, June – July 1974
322.00001
324 – 325, 328 – 329, September, November 1974 – March 1975
331 – 332
338, 341, 344 n.d., August, October 1975
350 – 351, 352.498301 March – April 1976
353 – 354 March – May 1976
356.872, 357, July, October – December 1976
363 – 364
365 – 368 January – March 1977
369 – 371 March – June 1977
372 - 376 June – September 1977
377 – 379 September – October 1977
380 – 382 November 1977 – January 1978
383 – 385 January – March 1978
386 – 388 March – May 1978

 

Box 2

389 – 391 May – July 1978
392 – 394 July – September 1978
395 – 397 October – November 1978
398 – 400 November 1978 – January 1979
401 – 403 February – April 1979
404 – 405, 407 April – May 1979
408 – 410 June – August 1979
411 – 413 August – October 1979
414 – 417 October 1979 – January 1980
418 – 420 January – March 1980
426 – 427, 431 June – July, October 1980
435, 437, 438.99 January, March – April 1981
441- 443 May – July 1981
444 – 447 July – September 1981
448 - 450 October – November 1981
451 – 455 December 1981 – April 1982
458 – 461 May – July 1982

 

Box 3

463 – 465 August – October 1982
466 – 467, 469.0104 November – December 1982
541,9913, 584,111, January 1983; n.d.; October 1989
588.13
589.1313, 590 – 591 December 1989 – January 1990
592 – 594, 598 – 599 January – March, June 1990
600.0001, 602, 604 July, October 1990
605 – 607 October – November 1990
609, 611- 612 n.d., March 1991
613 – 615 April -June 1991
616 – 619 June – August 1991
620 – 623 September – November 1991
624 – 627 December 1991 – February 1992
628 – 629, 631 February – April 1992

 

Box 4

632 – 634 May – July 1992
636 – 638, 639.141092 August – October 1992
650, 653 – 655 May, August – September 1993
656 – 659 September – December 1993
660 – 663 December 1993 – February 1994
664 – 665, 688 March – April 1994, August 1995

 

JUNIOR APA-FIVE

Box 1
4 – 6 August – December 1979
7 February 1980
8 May 1980
9 – 10 July – August 1980
12 – 14 November 1980 – February 1981
15 – 17 March – August 1981
19 October 1981
20 November 1981
21 December 1981
22 February 1982
24 June 1982
25 August 1982
26 – 27 October – December 1982
28, 30 January, March 1983
31 May 1983
32 June 1983
33 July 1983
34 – 35 September – November 1983

 

Box 2

36 – 38 January – April 1984
39 – 40 May – July 1984
41 – 42 August – September 1984

 

MINNEAPA

Box 1
7, 12 – 13 October 1972, December 1972
14 – 15 January 1973
16 – 17 February 1973
18 – 19 March 1973
20 – 21 April – May 1973
22 – 24 May – June 1973
25 – 27 July – August 1973
30 – 31, 34 October, December 1973
35 – 36 January 1974
37 – 38 February 1974
39 – 41 March – April 1974
42 – 44 April – June 1974
45 – 46 June – July 1974
47 – 48 August 1974

 

Box 2

49 – 50 September – October 1974
51 – 52 November – December 1974
53 – 54 January 1975
55 – 56 February – March 1975
57 – 58 April 1975
59 – 60 May - June 1975
61, 63 July, August 1975
64 – 65 September – October 1975
66, 68 – 69 November 1975, January 1976
70 – 72 February – April 1976
73 – 75 April – June 1976
76 – 78 July – August 1976
79 – 81 September – October 1976

 

Box 3

82 – 83 November – December 1976
84 – 85 December 1976 – January 1977
86 February 1977
87 – 88 March 1977
89 – 90(1) May – June 1977
90(2) – 91 June – July 1977
92 – 93 August 1977
94 September 1977
95 – 96 October – November 1977
97 December 1977
98 – 99(1) December 1977 - January 1978
99(2) – 100 January – February 1978
101 March 1978
102 – 103 April 1978

 

Box 4

104 May 1978
105 June 1978
106 July 1978
107 – 108(1) August 1978
108(2) – 109 August – September 1978
110 October 1978
111 November 1978
112 – 113 December 1978
114 – 115 January – February 1979
116 – 117 March – April 1979
118 – 119 May – June 1979
120 – 121 July – August 1979
122 – 123 August – September 1979

 

Box 5

124 – 125 October – November 1979
126 December 1979
127 January 1980
128 February 1980
129 – 130 February – March 1980
131 April 1980
132 May 1980
133 – 134 May – June 1980
135 – 136 July – August 1980
137 – 138 September – October 1980
139 – 140 November – December 1980

 

Box 6

141 – 142 January – February 1981
143 – 144 March – April 1981
146 – 147 June – July 1981
148 – 149 August – September 1981
150 – 151 October – November 1981
152 – 153 December 1981 – January 1982
154 – 155 February – March 1982
156 – 157 April – May 1982
158 – 159(1) June – July 1982
160 – 161 August – September 1982
162 – 164 October – December 1982
165 – 166 January – February 1983

 

Box 7

167 – 169 March – May 1983
170 – 171 June – July 1983
172 – 173, 175 August – September, November 1983
176 – 177 December 1983 – January 1984
178 – 179 February – March 1984
180 – 181 April – May 1984
182 – 183 June – July 1984
184 – 185 August – September 1984
186 – 187 October – November 1984
197 September 1985

 

SLANAPA

Box 1
1 – 5 1969 – 1970
6 – 10 June – October 1970
11 – 15 November 1970 – March 1971
16 – 20 April – August 1971
21 – 25 September 1971 – January 1972
26 – 30 February – June 1972
31 – 35 July – November 1972
36 – 40 December 1972 – April 1973
41 – 45 May – August 1973
46 – 50 September 1973 – February 1974
51 – 55 March – July 1974
56 – 60 August – December 1974
61 – 65 January – May 1975
66 – 70 June – October 1975
71 – 75 November 1975 – March 1976
76 – 80 April – August 1976
81 – 85 September 1976 – January 1977
86 – 90 February – June 1977
91 – 95 July – November 1977
96 – 100 December 1977 – April 1978

 

Box 2

101- 105 May – September 1978
106 – 110 October 1978 – February 1979
111 – 115 March – July 1979
116 – 120 August – December 1979
121 – 125 January – May 1980
126 – 130 June – October 1980
131 – 135 November 1980 – February 1981
136 – 140 April – July 1981
141 – 145 September 1981 – January 1982
146 – 150 February – May 1982
151 – 155 August – December 1982
156 – 160 December 1982 – April 1983
161 – 165 May – September 1983
166 – 170 October 1983 – February 1984
171 – 175 March – July 1984
176 – 180 August – December 1984
182 – 184 February – April 1985
187 – 190 July – October 1985
191 – 194 November 1985 – March 1986
196 – 197, 199 – 200 May – June, August – September 1986
201 – 202, 204 – 205 October – November 1986, January – February 1987

 

Box 3

206 – 210 March – July 1987
211 – 215 August – December 1987
216 – 220 January – May 1988
221 – 225 June – October 1988
226 – 230 November 1988 – March 1989
231 – 235 April – August 1989
236 – 240 September 1989 – January 1990
241 – 245 February – June 1990
246 – 250 July – November 1990
251 – 255 December 1990 – April 1991
256 – 260 May – September 1991
261 – 265 October 1991 – February 1992
266 – 270 March – July 1992
271 – 275 August – December 1992
276 – 280 January – May 1993
281 – 285 June – October 1993
286 – 290 November 1993 – March 1994
291 – 295 April – August 1994
296 – 300 September – January 1995
301 – 305 February – June 1995

 

Box 4

331 – 335 August – December 1997
336 – 340 January – May 1998
341 – 345 June – October 1988
346 – 350 November 1998 – March 1999
351 – 355 April – August 1999
356 – 360 September 1999 – January 2000
361 – 365 February – June 2000

 

Box 5

366 – 370 July – November 2000
372 – 375 January – April 2001
376 – 391, 393 May 2001 – August 2002, October 2002