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M. Horvat Collection of Science Fiction Convention Materials

MsC 884
Collection Dates: 1943 - 2000

Access and Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

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Acquisition and Processing Information: The M. Horvat collection of convention materials was acquired by the University of Iowa Libraries from Martin (Mike) Horvat in December 2004. The collection was processed by Denise Anderson in late 2008 and early 2009.

Photographs: None

Chicon 1962 Convention Program


Scope and Contents

This collection consists of materials produced for or during various science fiction conventions, including progress reports, advertisements, newsletters, and bids to hold conventions in certain locations.

Also included are examples of various convention ephemera, such as badges and buttons. One of the more unusual items in the collection is a bottle of "bheer"; that is, fan-produced or commercial-but-repackaged beer exchanged and drunk during conventions by fans as part of their particular social bonding. This particular bheer, a Budweiser, was obtained at a Norwescon, date unknown.

The materials in this collection are organized alphabetically by the idiosyncratic name assigned to each science fiction convention (i.e. "Aggiecon", "DeepSouthCon", or "Vikingcon"). World Science Fiction Conventions (Worldcons) are listed first under "Worldcon" and thereunder by the name given to each individual Worldcon (for example, "Chicon" or "Discon").


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. Horvat was a significant and prolific figure in the worlds of science fiction and other genre fandoms, and assembled over the years a great deal of material relating to science fiction conventions.


Historical Note

Conventions have been a integral part of science fiction fandom almost since its inception as an organized activity. They served (and continue to serve today) as opportunities for like-minded genre enthusiasts to gather socially, meet and listen to professional SF authors, actors, artists and other personalities, and engage in a number of social rituals and activities peculiar to fans. Convention activities might include, but are not limited to: art shows, book and memorabilia dealers' rooms, filksinging, award ceremonies, notable speakers/Guests of Honor, costume parties, and discussion panels.

Conventions are often denoted by a specific name, often based on the city in which the convention is being held.

Science fiction conventions vary in their scope. The most famous, and venerable, type of convention is the World Science Fiction Convention (Worldcon), a global gathering of fans. The first Worldcon was held in 1939 in New York City; since then one has been held every year (with the exception of the World War II years 1942-1945). Worldcons are generally held in the United States, but, as the name suggests, have been held in other countries as well. The Worldcon is a key event in science fiction because it is there that each year the Hugo Awards are given out for the best science fiction novels, stories and other achievements for the previous year.

However, most genre conventions are more limited in geographic scope. There are national conventions, regional conventions, conventions for a particular city or state, and smaller events as well. Conventions can be devoted to a large, general cultural topic (such as the genre of science fiction, fantasy, or horror, for example), or more focused (such as comic books, Star Trek, Star Wars, or animation).


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Box Contents List

Box 1

 

A - Icon

Ad Astra 3 (Report) (Toronto, Ontario, 1983)

Ad Astra 12 (Toronto, Ontario, 1992)

Aeroflot (Issue 1) (Friday, July 2, 1971) 

Aeroflot (Issue 2) (Saturday, July 3, 1971)

 

Aeroflot (Issue 3) (Saturday, July 3, 1971)

Aeroflot (Issue 4) (Sunday, July 4, 1971)

 

Aeroflot (Issue the Fourth) (Monday, July 5, 1971)

 

Agacon (Atlanta, Georgia, 1974)

 

Aggiecon 4 (College Station, Texas, 1973)

 

Aggiecon 5 (College Station, Texas, 1974)

 

Aggiecon 7 (College Station, Texas, 1976)

 

Aggiecon 8 (College Station, Texas, 1977)

 

Aggiecon 9 (College Station, Texas, 1978)

 

Aggiecon 10 (Report 1) (College Station, Texas, 1979)

 

Aggiecon 10 (Report 2) (College Station, Texas, 1979)

 

Alabacon 2 (Glasgow, Scotland, 1983)

 

Alberta Science Fiction Society (Open House) (Calgary, Alberta, 1971)

 

Ambercon 2 (Wichita, Kansas, 1980)

Anabis 23 (Order form) German-language science fiction literature (1969)

 

Anonycon (Report) (Buffalo, New York, 1974?)

 

Anonycon (Report) (Buffalo, New York, 1976)

 

Aquacon 2 (Ontario, California, 1980)

 

Aquacon 3  (Report 2.5) (Anaheim, California, 1981)

 

Aquacon 3 (Anaheim, California, 1981)

 

Archon 1 (Report 1) (St. Louis, Missouri, 1977)

 

Archon 3 (St. Louis, Missouri, 1979)

 

Armadillocon 16 (Austin, Texas, 1994)

 

Artkane (Report) (Wilmington, North Carolina, 1976)

 

Artkane (Formerly) Hamsburg, Pennsylvania, 1979)

 

Augacon (Report) (San Matero, California, 1981)

 

Aussiecon 5 (Melbourne, Australia, 1980)

 

Australian Science Fiction Convention 9 (Melbourne, Australia, 1970)

 

Autoclave 1 (Detroit, Michigan, 1976)

 

Autoclave 2 (Detroit, Michigan, 1977)

 

Autoclave 4 (Detroit, Michigan, 1980)

 

Autoclave 5 (Detroit, Michigan, 1981)

 

Balticon 10 (Baltimore, Maryland, 1976)

 

Balticon 12 (Baltimore, Maryland, 1978)

 

Balticon 18 (Baltimore, Maryland, 1984)

 

Bay Con 1 (comic book convention: Berkley, California, 1975)

 

Bay Con 4 (comic book convention: Berkley, California, 1978)

 

Baycon (Berkeley, California, 1968)

 

Baycon (Report) (San Jose, California, 1982)

 

Baycon (San Jose, California, 1982)

 

Baycon (Report 2) (San Jose, California, 1983)

 

Baycon (San Jose, California, 1983)

 

Baycon (Request for information form) (San Jose, California, 1985)

 

Berkeley Writers’ Conference (Berkeley, California, 1970s?)

 

Big Des Moines Con (Des Moines, Iowa, 1976)

 

Border Cities (Report 2) (Detroit, Michigan, 1954)

 

Boskone IX (Report) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1972)

 

Boskone X (Filksong book) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1973)

 

Boskone X (Boskone Book 2) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1973)

Boskone XVIII (Boston, Massachusetts, 1980)

 

Boskone XIX (Report) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1981)

 

Boskone 13 (Boston, Massachusetts, 1976)

 

Boskone 14 (Report) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1977)

 

Boskone XX (Boston, Massachusetts, 1983)

 

Boskone XXI (Boston, Massachusetts, 1984)

 

Bouchercon XII (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1981)

 

Bouchercon XIII (San Francisco, California, 1982)

 

Bouchercon XV (Chicago, Illinois, 1984)

 

Bouchercon XVI (San Francisco, California, 1985)

 

Bouchercon XVIII (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1987)

 

Bouchercon (World Mystery Convention) (Monterey, California, 1997)

 

Bubonicon 5 (Report) (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1973)

 

Bubonicon 6 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1974)

 

Bubonicon 7 (Report) (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1975)

 

Bubonicon 8 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1976)

 

Bubonicon 10 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1978)

 

Bubonicon 11 (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1979)

 

Bubonicon 14 (Report) (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1982)

 

Byob.con 5 (Kansas City, Missouri, 1975)

 

Byob.con 8 (Kansas City, Missouri, 1978)

 

Chambanacon (Champaign, Illinois, 1971)

 

Chambanacon (Champaign, Illinois, 1972)

 

Chaoticon (Sunnyvale, California, 1981)

 

Chattacon 3 (Convention issue) (Louisville, Kentucky, 1979)

 

Classicon II (Report) (East Lansing, Michigan, 1976)

 

Coastcon (Report) (Biloxi, Mississippi, 1978)

 

Coastcon VIII (Biloxi, Mississippi, 1985)

 

Colorado Mountain Con (Leadville, Colorado, 1982)

 

Comic-con (New York, New York, 1972)

 

Comic-con (San Diego, California, 1980)

 

ConClave II (Romulus, Michigan, 1977)

 

ConClave III (Romulus, Michigan, 1978)

 

ConClave VII (Detroit, Michigan, 1982)

 

Con-chord (Filk-con) (Fullerton, California, 1983)

 

Con con (Fort Wayne, Indiana, March 1985)

 

Con con II (Fort Wayne, Indiana, November 1985)

 

ConFederation (Dallas, Texas, 1986)

 

ConFrancisco (San Francisco, 1993)

 

Confusion 12 (Report) (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1974)

 

Confusion 13 (Report) (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1975)

 

Confusion π (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1978)

 

Confusion E/c² (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1979)

 

Confusion 6 and/or 7 (Plymouth, Michigan, 1980)

 

Confusion 8 (Report) (Plymouth, Michigan, 1981)

 

Confusion (Genuine Confusion) (Report) (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1984)

 

Contact (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, January 1973)

 

Contact (Convention issue 2) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 1973)

 

Contact (Convention issue 3) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 1973)

 

Contact (Convention issue 4) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 1973)

 

Contact #5 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 1973)

 

Contact (Convention issue 6) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 1973)

 

Contact (Convention issue 7) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 1973)

 

Contact (Convention issue 8) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 1973)

 

Contact (Convention issue 9) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 1973)

 

Contact (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1973)

 

Coppercon 3 (Report 1) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1983)

 

Coppercon 3 (Phoenix, Arizona, 1983)

 

Corflatch (Report) (Seattle, Washington, 2000)

 

Corflu 2 (Twilltone Zone 10) (Calistoga, California, 1985)

 

Corflu 4 (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1987)

 

Corflu 5 /5-way (Report 3) (Seattle, Washington, 1988)

 

Corflu 5 (Seattle, Washington, 1988)

 

Corflu 6 (Report 1) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1989)

 

Corflu 6 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1989)

 

Corflu 7 /Subway Series #2 (New York, New York, 1990)

 

Corflu 8 /Ocho (Report 1) (El Paso, Texas, 1991)

 

Corflu 8 /Ocho (Report 2) (El Paso, Texas, 1991)

 

Corflu 8 /Ocho (Report 3) (El Paso, Texas, 1991)

 

Corflu 8 /Ocho (Report 4) (El Paso, Texas, 1991)

 

Corflu 8 /Ocho (El Paso, Texas, 1991)

 

Corflu 10 (Report 2) (Madison, Wisconsin, 1993)

 

Corflu 11/Nova (Arlington, Virginia, 1994)

 

Corflu /Sunsplash (Springfield, Florida, 1999)

 

Costume-con (San Diego, California, 1983)

 

Dadacon (hoax convention) (Edmonton, Alberta, 1980)

 

Dallascon 2 (Newsletter of the Dallas ’73 bidding committee, 1969)

 

Dallascon 3 (Newsletter of the Dallas ’73 bidding committee, 1969)

 

Dallascon 5 (Newsletter of the Dallas ’73 bidding committee, 1970)

 

Dallascon 6 (Newsletter of the Dallas ’73 bidding committee, 1970)

 

Dallascon 7 (Newsletter of the Dallas ’73 bidding committee, 1970)

 

Dallascon 8 (Newsletter of the Dallas ’73 bidding committee, 1971)

 

Dallascon 10 (Newsletter of the Dallas ’73 bidding committee, 1971)

 

D-con (Report 2) (Dallas, Texas, 1973)

 

D-con (Dallas, Texas, 1973)

 

Deepsouthcon 9 (Pelicon) (New Orleans, Louisiana, 1971)

 

Deepsouthcon 10 (Report 1) (AtlantisCon) (Atlanta, Georgia, 1972)

 

Deepsouthcon 10 (AtlantisCon) (Atlanta, Georgia, 1972)

 

Deepsouthcon 11 (Report) (New Orleans, Louisiana, 1973)

 

Deepsouthcon 13 (Agacon) (Atlanta, Georgia, 1974)

 

Deepsouthcon (Report 1) New Orleans, Louisiana, 1975)

 

Deepsouthcon 17 (GumboCon) (New Orleans, Louisiana, 1979)

 

Deepsouthcon 21 (Report 1) (Satyricon2) (Knoxville, Tennessee, 1983)

 

Deepsouthcon 22 (Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1984)

 

Deepsouthcon 44 (Trinoc-con VII) (Raleigh, North Carolina, 2006)

 

Deliverance (Newcastle Upon Tyne, U.K., 1998)

 

Denvisions (Denver, Colorado, 1979)

 

Desert Con II (Tucson, Arizona, 1974)

 

Desert Con III (Report 2) (Tucson, Arizona, 1975)

 

Desert Con III (Tucson, Arizona, 1975)

 

Desert Con IV (Report 1) (Tucson, Arizona, 1976)

 

Desert Con IV (Tucson, Arizona, 1976)

 

Disclave (Washington, D.C., 1967)

 

Disclave (Washington, D.C., 1970)

 

Disclave (Washington, D.C., 1976)

 

Disclave (Washington, D.C., 1977)

 

Disclave (Report) (Arlington, Virginia, 1981)

 

Disclave (Arlington, Virginia, 1981)

 

Discon (Report 1) (Washington, D.C., 1963)

 

Ditto 1 (Toronto, Ontario, 1988)

 

Ditto 2 (Report 1) (San Francisco, California, 1989)

 

Ditto 6 (Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1993)

 

Ditto 8 (Seattle, Washington, 1995)

 

Dragon Con (Report) (Atlanta, Georgia, 1987)

 

Dundracon I (Report) (Oakland, California, 1976)

Eastercon 9 (Melbourne, Australia, 1970)

 

Eastercon 19 (Thirdmancon, vol.1, no. 3) (Buxton, U.K., 1967)

 

Eastercon Speeches (Complete BoSh: vol.2) (Britain, 1970s)

 

Eastercon 22 (Worcester, U.K., 1971)

 

Eastercon 29 /Skycon (Report 5) (Reading, U.K., 1978)

 

Edievalcon (Santa Monica, California, 1973)

 

Einblatt (Report) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1981)

 

Einblatt (“How to Have Fun at Conventions”) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1984)

 

Einblatt 14 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1984)

 

Einblatt 18 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1984)

 

Einblatt 19 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1984)

 

Epilogcon I (Phoenix, Arizona, 1975)

 

Epiloguecon III (Tempe and Scottsdale, Arizona, 1976)

 

Equicon ’73 (Report 1) (Santa Barbara, California, 1973)

 

Equicon ’74/Filmcon 2 (Report 1) (Los Angeles, California, 1974)

 

Equicon ’74/Filmcon 2 (Final Report) (Los Angeles, California, 1974)

 

Equicon ’75/Filmcon 3 (Report 2) (San Diego, California, 1975)

 

Equicon ‘75/Filmcon 3 (Report 3) (San Diego, California, 1975)

 

Equicon ‘75/Filmcon 3 (San Diego, California, 1975)

 

Equicon/Filmcon (Report 1) (Los Angeles, California, 1976)

 

Equicon/Filmcon (Los Angeles, California, 1981)

 

Equicon ’86 (Report) (Pasadena, California, 1986)

 

Erincon 2 (Report) (Erindale College, Ontario, 1975)

 

Eureka!con (Carlton, Australia, 1984)

 

Eurocon 1 (Report 1) (Trieste, Italy, 1972)

 

Eurocon 1 (Report 2) (Trieste, Italy, 1972)

 

Eurocon 1 (Report 4) (Trieste, Italy, 1972)

 

Fact & Fantasy Future Fair (Bellingham, Washington, 1973)

 

Fanfair II (Report 1) (Toronto, Ontario, 1970)

 

Fanfair II (Report 2) (Toronto, Ontario, 1970)

 

Fanfair II (Report 3) (Toronto, Ontario, 1970)

 

Fanfair II (Toronto, Ontario, 1970)

 

Fanfair III (Toronto, Ontario, 1975)

 

FanHistoricon 3 (Report) (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1995)

 

Fantasticon V (Report 0) (Redding, California, 1985)

 

Fantasy Faire VII (Report) (Pasadena, California, 1977)

 

Fantasy Film Fans International # 1 (Report 0) (Los Angeles, California, 1972)

 

Fantasy Film Fans International #2 (Los Angeles, California, 1972)

 

Flatlandcon 2 (Sacramento, California, 1985)

 

Floodcon (Report) (Johnstown, Pennsylvania, 1983)

 

Fortcon (Fort Collins, Colorado, 1979)

 

Fourth Dimension Con (Report) (Kent, Ohio, 1976)

 

Fourth Street Fantasy Convention (Circle Pines, Minnesota, 1986)

 

Futurefest ’83 (Report) (Seattle, Washington, 1983)

 

Galactic Fair (20th Eastercon) (Report 2) (Oxford, U.K., 1969)

 

Galactic Fair (20th Eastercon) (Report 3) (Oxford, U.K., 1969)

 

Galacticon (Los Angeles, California, 1978)

 

Galaxy Fair ’94 /Artcon V (Dallas, Texas, 1994)

 

German Con (Report 1) (Heidelberg, Germany, Worldcon bid, 1970)

 

Greater Phanadelebia (Survey for 1986 Worldcon) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1982?)

 

Halcon 4 (Report) (Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1981)

 

Halfacon ’75 (New Orleans, Louisiana, 1975)

 

Halfacon (Bisbee, Arizona, 1978)

 

Halleycon (San Diego, California, 1986)

 

Heicon Flyer (Heidelberg, Germany, 1970)

 

Hexacon 2 (Report) (Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 1980)

 

Heyercon I (Report 1) (San Francisco, California, 1975)

 

Hollywood Comix Club (Report) (Los Angeles, California) (1975 or 1980?)

 

Icon (Stony Brook, New York, 1975)

 

Icon VI (Report) (Coralville, Iowa, 1981)

 

Icon - Orycon

Box 2

 

International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts 3 (Destin, Florida, 1982)

 

International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts 5 (Boca Raton, Florida, 1984)

 

International Star Trek Convention 4 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1975)

 

International Star Trek Convention 5 (New York, New York, 1976)

 

Invention Gamma (Salt Lake City, Utah, 1981)

 

Ivan Cook’s 1976 Convention (Report) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1976)

 

Janecon (Report 2) (Seattle, Washington, 1991)

 

Kansas City Science Fiction & Fantasy Society (Report) (Toronto, Ontario, 1973)

 

King Con (Report) (Seattle, Washington, 1977)

 

Kingkon (Report 1) (Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1983)

 

Kingkon 4 (Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1983)

 

Kingkon 5 (Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1984)

 

Kubla Khan 2 (Nashville, Tennessee, 1974)

 

Kubla-Khan 3 (Nashville, Tennessee, 1975)

 

Kubla-Khan (Kubla-Khwandry) (Nashville, Tennessee, 1976)

 

L.A. Con (Report 1) (Anaheim, California, 1971)

 

L.A. Con (Final Report) (1973)

 

Leprecon I (Report) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1975)

 

Leprecon I (Phoenix, Arizona, 1975)

 

Leprecon II (Report) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1976)

 

Leprecon III (Grand Canyon, Arizona, 1977)

 

Leprecon IV (Phoenix, Arizona, 1978)

 

Leprecon V (Phoenix, Arizona, 1978)

 

Lexicon-I (Report) (Lexington, Massachusetts, 1972)

 

Lexicon 10 (Report) (Lexington, Massachusetts, 1982)

 

London II (Report 1) (London, England, 1965)

 

Lone Star Con (Austin, Texas, 1985)

 

Lone Star Con 2 (Report 1) (San Antonio, Texas, 1997)

 

Lone Star Con 2 (Report 4.5) (San Antonio, Texas, 1997)

 

Lone Star Con 2 (Report 6) (San Antonio, Texas, 1997)

 

Lone Star Con 2 (San Antonio, Texas, 1997)

 

Loscon 2 (Culver City, California, 1976)

 

Loscon 5 (Pasadena, California, 1978)

 

Loscon 7 (Anaheim, California, 1980)

 

Loscon 9 (Pasadena, California, 1982)

 

Loscon 10 (Pasadena, California, 1983)

 

Lovecraft Convegno Internazionale (Trieste, Italy, 1977)

 

Lunacon (New York, New York, 1968)

 

Lunacon (Report 1) (New York, New York, 1969)

 

Lunacon (Report 1) (New York, New York, 1971)

 

Lunacon (Report) (New York, New York, 1972)

 

Mancon 5 (27th British Science Fiction Association Convention) (Manchester, U.K., 1976)

 

Maplecon (Report 1) (Ottawa, Ontario, 1978)

 

Marcon VII (Toledo, Ohio, 1972)

 

Marcon IX (Toledo, Ohio, 1974)

 

Marcon XII (Columbus, Ohio, 1977)

 

Marcon XIII (Columbus, Ohio, 1978)

 

Marcon XIV (Report) (Columbus, Ohio, 1979)

 

Medievalcon 1 (Report 0) (Santa Monica, California, 1973)

 

Michicon 9 (Detroit, Michigan?) (1973)

 

Michicon (Final Report) (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1974)

 

Michicon (Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1978)

 

Midamericon (Kansas City, Missouri, 1972)

 

Midamericon (Kansas City, Missouri, 1976)

 

Midwestcon (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1950s?)

 

Midwestcon XXXIII /Relaxacon (Report) (Fort Mitchell, Kentucky, 1982)

 

Midwestcon XXXIV (Springdale, Ohio, 1983)

 

MileHiCon 4 (Denver, Colorado, 1972)

 

MileHiCon 5 (Denver, Colorado, 1973)

 

MileHiCon 6 (Denver, Colorado, 1974)

 

MileHiCon 7 (Report) (Denver, Colorado, 1975)

 

MileHiCon 7 (Denver, Colorado, 1975)

 

MileHiCon 8 (Denver, Colorado, 1976)

 

MileHiCon 9 (Denver, Colorado, 1977)

 

MileHiCon 10 (Denver, Colorado, 1978)

 

MileHiCon 11 (Denver, Colorado, 1979)

 

MileHiCon 13 (Denver, Colorado, 1981)

 

MileHiCon 14 (Denver, Colorado, 1982)

 

MileHiCon 15 (Denver, Colorado, 1983)

 

Minicon 2 (Report 1) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1969)

 

Minicon 2 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1969)

 

Minicon 2 (Report 3) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1969)

 

Minicon 3 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1970)

 

Minicon 3 (Report 3) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1970)

 

Minicon 3 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1970)

 

Minicon 4 (Report 1) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1971)

 

Minicon 4 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1971)

 

Minicon 5 /Genghiscon (Report) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1971)

Minicon 6 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1972)

 

Minicon 7 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1973)

 

Minicon 8 (Report 1) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1974)

 

Minicon 8 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1974)

 

Minicon 8 (Report 3) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1974)

 

Minicon 9 (Report) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1974)

 

Minicon 10 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1975)

 

Minicon 11 (Report 1) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976)

 

Minicon 11 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976)

 

Minicon 12 (Report) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1977)

 

Minicon 12 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1977)

 

Minicon 12 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1977)

 

Minicon 13 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1978)

 

Minicon 14 (St. Paul, Minnesota, 1982)

 

Minicon 15 (Report 5) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1979)

 

Minicon 15 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1979)

 

Minicon 16 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1980)

 

Minicon 17 (Report 2) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1981)

 

Minicon 17 (Report 3) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1981)

 

Minicon 19 (Report) (Durham, North Carolina) (1975?)

 

Minicon 1984 (Report 1) Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1984)

 

Minicon 1984 (Pocket Program) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1984)

 

Minicon 21 (Report) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1986)

 

Minicon 22 (Report 2) (Bloomington, Minnesota, 1987)

 

Minicon 22 (Bloomington, Minnesota, 1987)

 

Minicon (oneshot) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1991)

 

Minicon 28 (Bloomington, Minnesota, 1993)

 

Minicon 29 (Report 1) (Bloomington, Minnesota, 1994)

 

Minicon 29 (Report 3) (Bloomington, Minnesota, 1994)

 

Miscellaneous convention material

 

Mondo-con (New York, New York, 1971)

 

Moscon II (Moscow, Idaho, 1980)

 

Moscon III (Moscow, Idaho, 1981)

 

Moscon V (Moscow, Idaho, 1983)

 

Moscon VI (Moscow, Idaho, 1984)

 

Moscon IX (Report 1) (Moscow, Idaho, 1987)

 

Moscon IX (Moscow, Idaho, 1987)

 

Munich Round Up 141 (Munich, Germany, 1976)

 

Munich Round Up 142 (Munich, Germany, 1976)

 

Munich Round Up 143 (Munich, Germany, 1977)

 

Munich Round Up 144 (Munich, Germany, 1977)

 

Munich Round Up 145 (Munich, Germany, 1977)

 

Mythcon I /Tolkien Conference III (Report) (Berkley, California, 1970)

 

Mythcon III (Long Beach, California, 1972)

 

Mythcon V (Berkley, California, 1974)

 

Mythcon IX (Mythopoeic Conference) (Report) (Sacramento, California, 1978)

 

Mythcon XII (Oakland, California, 1981)

 

Mythcon XIII (Orange, California, 1982)

 

Mythopoeic Conference IX (Report) (Sacramento, California, 1978)

 

NASFiC I (Report 2) (Los Angeles, California, 1975)

 

NASFiC I (Los Angeles, California, 1975)

 

New Forerunner: a Sydney, Australia, Science Fiction Foundation Publication, # 11, (1970)

 

New Mexicon III /Bubonicon (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1971)

 

New Mexicon III /Bubonicon (Final Report) (Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1971)

 

Newcon (New England Comic Art Convention) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1972)

 

NonCon (Seattle, Washington, 1977)

 

NonCon 3 (Edmonton, Alberta, 1980)

 

NonCon 7 (Edmonton, Alberta, 1984)

 

Noreascon 1 (Report) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1971)

 

Northamericon (Report 1.5) (Louisville, Kentucky, 1978)

 

Northamericon (North American Science Fiction Convention) (Louisville, Kentucky, 1979)

 

Northwest Regional Games Conference & Tourney (Portland, Oregon, 1971)

Norwescon (Autographed) (Seattle, Washington, 1978)

 

Norwescon 2 (Seattle, Washington, 1979)

 

Norwescon 3 (Seattle, Washington, 1980)

 

Norwescon 5 (Correspondence) (Seattle, Washington, 1981)

 

Norwescon 5 (Seattle, Washington, 1982)

 

Norwescon 6 (Report) (Seattle, Washington, 1982)

 

Norwescon 6 (Report) (Seattle, Washington, 1983)

 

Norwescon 6 (Seattle, Washington, 1983)

 

Norwescon 7 (Report Alpha) (Seattle, Washington, 1984)

 

Norwescon 7 (Seattle, Washington, 1984)

 

Norwescon 8 (Seattle, Washington, 1985)

 

Norwescon 9 (Correspondence) (Seattle, Washington, 1985)

 

Norwescon 9 (Seattle, Washington, 1986)

 

Norwescon (Alternacon) (Seattle, Washington, 1987)

 

Norwescon 10 (Tacoma, Washington, 1988)

 

Norwescon 11 (Tacoma, Washington, 1989)

 

Nostalgia (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1972)

 

Nostalgia (Dallas, Texas, 1974)

 

Notacon V (city unknown) (1976)

 

NotAnoCon 2 (St. Paul, Minnesota, 1981)

 

Not-Anokon 8 (Report) (St. Paul, Minnesota) (1987?)

 

Novacon (Albany, New York, 1979)

 

Oakvention (Fictional convention: Oakland, California, 1941?)

 

OctoCon I (Report) (Santa Rosa, California, 1977)

 

Octocon 3 /Clubcon (Report) Denver, Colorado, 1971)


OctoCon IV (Santa Rosa, California, 1982)

 

Ohio Valley Filk Fest (Report) (Cincinnati, Ohio, 1984)            

 

Okon (Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1978)

 

Okon (Filkcon) (Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1983)

 

Ompacon (Report 1) (Bristol, England) 1973

 

Orycon (Report) (Portland, Oregon, 1979)

 

Orycon (Portland, Oregon, 1979)

 

Orycon (Report) (Portland, Oregon, 1980)

 

Orycon (Portland, Oregon, 1980)

 

Orycon (Report) (Portland, Oregon, 1981)

 

Orycon (Portland, Oregon, 1981)

 

Orycon (Report) (Portland, Oregon, 1982)

 

Orycon (Portland, Oregon, 1982)

 

Orycon 5 (Portland, Oregon, 1983)

Orycon - Westercon

Box 3

 

Orycon (Report) (Portland, Oregon, 1984)

 

Orycon (Portland, Oregon, 1986)

 

OSFCI Con (Beaverton, Oregon, 1983?)

 

Overland Express 4 (Portland, Oregon, 1972)

 

Ozarkon 1 (Report) (St. Louis, Missouri, 1966)

 

Ozarkon 2 (Report) (St. Louis, Missouri, 1967)

 

Ozarkon 5 (St. Louis, Missouri, 1970)

 

Ozarkon 71/2 (Report 1) (St. Louis, Missouri, 1972)

 

Ozymandias (Report) (Toronto, Ontario, 1978)

 

Pacificon II (Report 2) (Oakland, California, 1964)

 

Pacificon (San Mateo, California, 1980)

 

Paperback Con #1 (Report) (Saddle Brook, New Jersey, 1983)

 

PartyCon II (Dallas, Texas, 1971)

 

Past Visions of the Future (British Tele-fantasy Convention 1) (London, England, 1986)

 

Pecon 2 (Report 1) (Peoria, Illinois, 1971)

 

Pecon 3 (Report 1) (Peoria, Illinois, 1972)

 

Peninsula Science Fantasy Association (Report) (San Jose, California,1975)

 

Penulticon 1 (Report) (Denver, Colorado, 1977)

 

Penulticon 3 (Denver, Colorado, 1980)

 

PgHLANGE 4 (Report) (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1972)

 

Phringecon I (Phoenix, Arizona, 1980)

 

Pittcon (Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania, 1960)

 

Pittcon (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1975)

 

PlergbCon (Report II) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1982)

 

Prologuecon (Philipsburg, Pennsylvania, 1976)

 

Prunecon (Report) (Toronto, Ontario, 1978)

 

Psst Con III (Report 4) (Seattle, Washington, 1978)

 

Psst Con III (Seattle, Washington, 1978)

 

Q-con II (Brisbane, Australia, 1972-1973)

 

R-con (Winnepeg, Manitoba, 1986)

 

Rain (Report) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1979)

 

Rain 2 (Report) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1980)

 

Reefercon (Report 1) (Louisiana, 1977)

 

ReinConation 2 (Report) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1992)

 

Relaxacon (Report) (Seattle, Washington, 1981)

 

Rhocon I (Report) (Washington, D.C., 1976)

 

Rovacon 8 (Salem, Virginia, 1983)

 

Rustycon 2 (Seattle, Washington, 1985)

 

Rustycon 3 (Seattle, Washington, 1986)

 

Rustycon 4 (Everett, Washington, 1987)

 

Rustycon 5 (Everett, Washington, 1988)

 

Rustycon 6 (Seattle, Washington, 1989)

 

Rustycon 7 (Seattle, Washington, 1990)

 

Salt Con (Salt Lake City, Utah, 1977)

 

Scancon ’76 (Report 1) (Stockholm, Sweden, 1976)

 

Science Fantasy Art Show 3 (Chicago, Illinois)

 

Science Fiction Exposition (New York, New York, 1976)

 

Science Fiction Fair (Children’s Brain Diseases Foundation) (San Francisco, California, 1976)

 

Science Fiction Fair 2 (Seattle, Washington, 1980)

 

Science Fiction Film Exposition (Beverly Hills, California, 1979)

 

Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy Convention (Los Angeles, California, 1979)

 

Seacon ‘75 (Report 1) (Brighton, U.K., 1974)

 

Seacon (Convention issues 2, 3, 4) (Brighton, UK, 1984)

 

Sea-con ’77 (Seattle, Washington, 1977)

 

Secondary Universe 2/Tolkien 2 (Report) (Green Bay, Wisconsin, 1969)

 

Secondary Universe 4 (Toronto, Ontario, 1971)

 

Sercon (Ballot) (Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976)


Sfancon (Antwerp, Belgium, 1970)

 

Shadowcon VIII (Culver City, California, 1984)

 

Sekwester Con II (Report) (Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1977)

 

Smofcon 3 (Report) (Lowell, Massachusetts, 1986)

 

Solaris, by Stanislaw Lem (order form, 1970s?)

 

Soonercon 12 (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1996)

 

Sorenflu (Report) Leeds, U.K., 1998)

 

Spacecon 6 (Oakland, California, 1978)

 

St. Louiscon (1969)

 

Stanley 14 (College Station, Texas, 1973)

 

Staplecon (San Francisco, California, 1943)

 

Staplecon 2 (San Francisco, California, 1943)

 

Star Trek Archives Red Hour Festival 2 (Report) (San Francisco, California, 1976)

 

Starcon 4 (Report 1) (Detroit, Michigan, 1975)

 

Stellar Occasion ’94 (Garland, Texas, 1994)

 

Stellar Occasion ’95 (Garland, Texas, 1995)

 

Stellar Occasion (Garland, Texas, 1996)

 

Stellar Occasion (Garland, Texas, 1997)

 

Stellar Occasion (Garland, Texas, 1998)

 

Summercon (Toronto, Ontario, 1977)

 

Super Con 2 (Houston, Texas, 1980)

 

Swancon 5 (Report 1) (19th Australian Science Fiction Convention) (Perth, Australia, 1980)

 

Syncon (Sydney, Australia, 1970)

 

Syncon? (Sydney, Australia, 1972)

 

Tablecon IV (Final Report) (Chicago, Illinois, 1975)

 

Tankon IX (Sacramento, California, 1979)

 

Terminuscon (New York, New York, 1979)

 

Terminuscon (Report 1) (New York, New York, 1979)

 

Tex-Trek ’93 (Arlington, Texas, 1993)

 

Thundercon 7  (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1997)

 

Timecon (Report) (San Jose, California, 1985)

 

Tricon (Report 0) (Cleveland, Ohio, 1966)

 

Tricon Mesa (Report) (Mesa, Arizona, 1977)

 

Tropicon 19 (Boca Raton, Florida, 2000)

 

Tus-con II (Report) (Tuscon, Arizona, 1974)

 

Tus-con 3 (Tuscon, Arizona, 1975)

 

Twiltone Zone IV (Oakland, California, 1984)

 

Unicon (College Park, Maryland, 1975)

 

Unicon II (College Park, Maryland, 1976)

 

Vati-con 3 (Toronto, Ontario, 1975)

 

V-con 1 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1971)

 

V-con 2 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1972)

 

V-con 3 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1974)

 

V-con 4 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1975)

 

V-con 5 (Report) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1976)

 

V-con 5 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1976)

 

V-con 5 (Final Report) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1976)

 

V-con 6 (Report 1) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1978)

 

V-con 6 (Report 2) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1978)

 

V-con 6 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1978)

 

V-con 6 (Final Report) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1978)

 

V-con 7 (Report 1) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1979)

 

V-con 7 (Report 2) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1979)

 

V-con 7 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1979)

 

V-con 7 (Final Report) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1979)

 

V-con 8 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1980)

 

V-con 10 (Report) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1982)

 

V-con 12 (Report 2) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1984)

 

V-con 12 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1984)

 

V-con 13 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1985)

 

V-con 14/ Canvention 6 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1986)

 

V-con 16 (Report) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1988)

 

Vikingcon 3 (Bellingham, Washington, 1982)

 

Vikingcon 4 (Bellingham, Washington, 1983)

 

Vikingcon 5 (Bellingham, Washington, 1984)

 

Westercon “A Key to the Terminology of Science-Fiction Fandom” (1962)

 

Westercon 16 (Burlingame, California, 1963)

 

Westercon 18 (Report 1) (Long Beach, California, 1965)

 

Westercon 18 (Report 3) (Long Beach, California, 1965)

 

Westercon 18 (Long Beach, California, 1965)

 

Westercon 19 (San Diego, California, 1966)

 

Westercon 20 (Report 1) (Los Angeles, California, 1967)

Westercon 20 (Los Angeles, California, 1967)

 

Westercon 21 (Future Unbounded) (Report 4) (Berkley, California, 1968)

 

Westercon 23 (Report 1) (Santa Barbara, California, 1970)

 

Westercon 23 (Report 2) (Santa Barbara, California, 1970)

 

Westercon 23 (Report 3) (Santa Barbara, California, 1970)


Westercon 23 (Santa Barbara, California, 1970)

 

Westercon 23 (Final Report) (Santa Barbara, California, 1970)

 

Westercon 24 (Report 1) (San Francisco, California, 1971)

 

Westercon 24 (Report 2) (San Francisco, California, 1971)

 

Westercon 24 (San Francisco, California, 1971)

 

Westercon 25 (Report 1) (Long Beach, California, 1972)

 

Westercon 25 (Report 2) (Long Beach, California, 1972)

 

Westercon 25 (Report 3) (Long Beach, California, 1972)

 

Westercon 25 (Report 4) (Long Beach, California, 1972)

 

Westercon 25 (Long Beach, California, 1972)

 

Westercon 26 (Report 1) (San Francisco, California, 1973)

 

Westercon 26 (Report 2) (San Francisco, California, 1973)

 

Westercon 26 (San Francisco, California, 1973)

 

Westercon 27 (Report 1) (Santa Barbara, California, 1974)

 

Westercon 27 (Report 2) (Santa Barbara, California, 1974)

 

Westercon 27 (Report 3) (Santa Barbara, California, 1974)

 

Westercon 27 (Report 4) (Santa Barbara, California, 1974)

 

Westercon 27 (Santa Barbara, California, 1974)

 

Westercon 27 (Issue 2) (Santa Barbara, California, July 4, 1974)

 

Westercon 27 (Issue 5) (Santa Barbara, California, July 7, 1974)

 

Westercon  28 (Report 2) (Oakland, California, 1975)

 

Westercon 28 (Report 3) (Oakland, California, 1975)

Westercon 28 (Report 4) (Oakland, California, 1975)

 

Westercon 28 (Oakland, California, 1975)

 

Westercon 29 (Report 1) (Los Angeles, California, 1974)

 

Westercon 29 (Report 2) (Los Angeles, California, 1975)

 

Westercon 29 (Report 3) (Los Angeles, California, 1976)

 

Westercon  29 (Report 4) (Los Angeles, California, 1976)

 

Westercon 29  (Los Angeles, California, 1976)

 

Westercon 30 (Report 1) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1977)

 

Westercon 30 (Report 2) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1977)

 

Westercon 30 (Report 3) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1977)

 

Westercon 30 (Report 4) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1977)

 

Westercon 30 (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1977)

 

Westercon 30 (Final Report) (Vancouver, British Columbia, 1977)

 

Westercon 31 (Report 1) (Los Angeles, California, 1978)

 

Westercon 31 (Report 2) (Los Angeles, California, “Westercone,” 1978)

 

Westercon 31 (Report 4) (Los Angeles, California, “Westercone,” 1978)

 

Westercon 31 (Los Angeles, California, “Westercone,” 1978)

 

Westercon 32 (Report) (San Francisco, California, 1979)

 

Westercon 32 (Report 2) (San Francisco, California, 1979)

 

Westercon 32 (San Francisco, California, 1979)

 

Westercon 33 (Report 4) (Los Angeles, California, 1980)

 

Westercon 33 (Los Angeles, California, 1980)

Westercon 34 (Report 1) (Sacramento, California, 1981)

 

Westercon 34 (Report 3) (Sacramento, California, 1981)

 

Westercon 34 (Report 4) (Sacramento, California, 1981)

 

Westercon 34 (Sacramento, California, 1981)

 

Westercon 35 /Arizona Repulsor (Report 1) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1982)

 

Westercon  35 (Report 2) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1982)

 

Westercon 35 (Phoenix, Arizona, 1982)

 

Westercon 35 (Issue 1) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1982)

 

Westercon 35 (Issue 2) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1982)

 

Westercon 35 (Issue 3) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1982)

 

Westercon 36 (Report 5) (San Jose, California, 1983)

 

Westercon 36 (San Jose, California, 1983)

 

Westercon 37 (Report 1) (Portland, Oregon, 1984)

 

Westercon 37 (Report 2) (Portland, Oregon, 1984)

 

Westercon 37 (Report 3) (Portland, Oregon, 1984)

 

Westercon 37 (Portland, Oregon, 1984)

 

Westercon  37 (Final Report) (Portland, Oregon, 1984)

 

Westercon37 (Portland, Oregon, 1984)

 

Westercon - Worldcon 35

Box 4

 

Westercon 38 (Bid for Sacramento, California, 1985)

 

Westercon 38 (Report 1) (Sacramento, California, 1985)

 

Westercon 38 (Report 2) (Sacramento, California, 1985)

 

Westercon 38 (Report 3) (Sacramento, California, 1985)

 

Westercon 38 (Sacramento, California, 1985)

 

Westercon 39 (Bids) (San Diego, California, 1986)

 

Westercon 39 (Report 1) (San Diego, California, 1986)

 

Westercon 39 (Report 2) (San Diego, California, 1986)

 

Westercon 40 (Bids) (Oakland, California, 1987)

 

Westercon 40 (Report 2) (Oakland, California, 1987)

 

Westercon 40 (Report 4) (Oakland, California, 1987)

 

Westercon 40 (Oakland, California, 1987)

 

Westercon 50 (Seattle, Washington, 1997)

 

Windycon 1 (Chicago, Illinois, 1974)

 

Windycon 2 (Report 2) (Chicago, Illinois, 1975)

 

Windycon 2 (Chicago, Illinois, 1975)

 

Windycon 3 (Chicago, Illinois, 1976)

 

Windycon 4 (Report) (Chicago, Illinois, 1977)

 

Windycon 4 (Chicago, Illinois, 1977)

 

Windycon 5 (Chicago, Illinois, 1978)

 

Windycon 7 (Chicago, Illinois, 1980)

 

Wiscon (Madison, Wisconsin, 1977)

 

Wiscon 3 (Madison, Wisconsin, 1978)

 

Wiscon 3 ½ (Report) (Madison, Wisconsin, 1979)

 

Wiscon 4 (Madison, Wisconsin, 1979)

 

Wiscon 5 (Madison, Wisconsin, 1980)

 

Wiscon 7 (Madison, Wisconsin, 1983)

 

Wiscon 9 (Report 3) (Madison, Wisconsin, 1985)

 

Wiscon 11(Madison, Wisconsin, 1987)

 

Wiscon 19 (Report 2) (Madison, Wisconsin, 1995)

 

Witchcraft & Sorcery Science Fiction Convention 2 (Report) (Los Angeles, California, 1972)

 

Witchcraft & Sorcery Science Fiction Convention 4 (Report) (Los Angeles, California, 1974)

 

Witchcraft & Sorcery Science Fiction Convention 5 (Report) (Los Angeles, California, 1975)

 

Wondaycon II (Detroit, Michigan, 1977)

 

World Fantasy Convention 1 (Report) (Providence, Rhode Island, 1975)

 

World Fantasy Convention 2 (Report) (New York, New York, 1976)

 

World Fantasy Convention 4 (Ft. Worth, Texas, 1978)

 

World Fantasy Convention 5 (Providence, Rhode Island, 1979)

 

World Fantasy Convention 7 (Report 1) (Berkeley, California, 1981)

 

World Fantasy Convention 7 (Report 2) (Berkeley, California, 1981)

 

World Fantasy Convention 7 (Berkeley, California, 1981)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Report 1) (New Haven, Connecticut, 1982)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Report 2) (New Haven, Connecticut, 1982)

 

World Fantasy Convention (New Haven, Connecticut, 1982)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Report 1) (Chicago, Illinois, 1983)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Report 3) (Chicago, Illinois, 1983)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Chicago, Illinois, 1983)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Ottawa, Ontario, 1984)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Report 2) (Tucson, Arizona, 1985)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Report 3) (Tucson, Arizona, 1985)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Report 4) (Tucson, Arizona, 1985)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Tucson, Arizona, 1985)

 

World Fantasy Convention (Providence, Rhode Island, 1986)

 

Worldcon

 

Pacificon (4th Worldcon) (Report 1) (Los Angeles, California, 1946)

 

Philcon (5th Worldcon) (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1947)

 

TASFiC (10th Worldcon) (Report 4) (Chicago, Illinois, 1952)

 

TASFiC (10th Worldcon) (Chicago, Illinois, 1952)

 

Solacon (16th Worldcon) (South Gate, California, 1958)

 

Detention (Report 1) (17Th Worldcon)  (Detroit, Michigan, 1959)

 

Detention (Report 3) (17Th Worldcon)  (Detroit, Michigan, 1959)

 

Detention (Report 4) (17Th Worldcon)  (Detroit, Michigan, 1959)

 

Detention (17th Worldcon) (Detroit, Michigan, 1959)

 

Pittcon (Report 3) (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1960)

 

Pittcon (18th Worldcon) (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1960)

 

Chicon III (20th Worldcon) (Report 1) (Chicago, Illinois, 1962)

 

Chicon III (20th Worldcon) (Report 4) (Chicago, Illinois, 1962)

 

Chicon III (20th Worldcon) (Chicago, Illinois, 1962)

 

Chicon III (20th Worldcon) (Final Report) (Chicago, Illinois, 1962)

 

Discon (21st  Worldcon Proceedings) (Washington, D.C., 1963)

 

Pacificon II (22nd Worldcon) (Oakland, California, 1964)

 

London II (23rd Worldcon) (London, England, 1965)

 

Tricon (Report 2) (24th Worldcon) (Cleveland, Ohio, 1966)

 

Tricon (Report 3) (24th Worldcon) (Cleveland, Ohio, 1966)

 

NyCon 3 (25th Worldcon) (New York, New York, 1967)

 

Baycon (Report 1) (Oakland, California, 1968)

 

Baycon (Report 3) (Oakland, California, 1968)

 

Baycon (26th Worldcon) (Oakland, California, 1968)

 

St. Louiscon (Report 1) (St. Louis, Missouri, 1969)

 

St. Louiscon (Report 2) (St. Louis, Missouri, 1969)

 

St. Louiscon (27th Worldcon) (St. Louis, Missouri, 1969)

 

Heicon (Report 0) (Heidelberg, Germany, 1970)

 

Heicon (28th Worldcon) (Heidelberg, Germany, 1970)

 

Noreascon (Report 0) (29th Worldcon) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1971)

 

Noreascon (Report 3) (29th Worldcon) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1971)

 

L.A. Con (Report 1) (Anaheim, California, 1972)

 

L.A. Con (Report 2) (Anaheim, California, 1972)

 

L.A. Con (Report 3) (Anaheim, California, 1972)

 

L.A. Con (Report 4) (Anaheim, California, 1972)

 

L.A. Con (30th Worldcon) (Anaheim, California, 1972)

L.A. Con (Final Report) (Anaheim, California, 1972)

 

Torcon 2 (Report 1) (Toronto, Ontario, 1972)

 

Torcon 2 (Report 2) (Toronto, Ontario, 1972)

 

Torcon 2 (Report 3) (Toronto, Ontario, 1973)

 

Torcon 2 (Report 4) (Toronto, Ontario, 1973)

 

Torcon 2 (31st Worldcon) (Toronto, Ontario, 1973)

 

Discon II (Report 1) (Washington, D.C., 1973)

 

Discon II (Report 2) (Washington, D.C., 1973)

 

Discon II (Report 3) (Washington, D.C., 1974)

 

Discon II (Report 4) (Washington, D.C., 1974)

  

Discon II (32nd Worldcon) (Washington, D.C., 1974)

 

Aussiecon (Bid for 1975 Worldcon) (Melbourne, Australia, 1971)

 

Aussiecon (Report 1) (Melbourne, Australia, 1975)

 

Aussiecon (Report 3) (Melbourne, Australia, 1975)

 

Aussiecon (Report 4) (Melbourne, Australia, 1975)

 

Aussiecon (33rd Worldcon) (Melbourne, Australia, 1975)

 

Midamericon (Report 2) (Kansas City, Missouri, 1976

 

Midamericon (Report 3) (Kansas City, Missouri, 1976

 

Midamericon (Report 4) (Kansas City, Missouri, 1976

 

Midamericon (34th Worldcon) (Kansas City, Missouri, 1976

 

Suncon (35th Worldcon) (Miami Beach, Florida, 1977)

 

Worldcon 36- X-Con

Box 5  

 

Iguanacon (36th Worldcon) (Promotional material) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1978)

 

Iguanacon (Report 0) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1976)

 

Iguanacon (Report 1) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1977)

 

Iguanacon (Report 2 (Phoenix, Arizona, 1977)

 

Iguanacon (Report 3) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1977)

 

Iguanacon (Son of Report 3) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1978)

 

Iguanacon (Report 4) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1978)

 

Iguanacon (36th Worldcon) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1978)

 

Iguanacon (Report 5) (Phoenix, Arizona, 1981)

 

Seacon ’79 (Report 1) (Brighton, U.K., 1978)

 

Seacon ’79 (Report 02) (Brighton, U.K., 1978)

 

Seacon ’79 (Report 2) (Brighton, U.K., 1978)

 

Seacon ’79 (Report 3) (Brighton, U.K., 1979)

 

Seacon ’79 (Report 4) (Brighton, U.K., 1979)

 

Seacon (37th Worldcon) (Brighton, U.K., 1979)

 

Noreascon II (Report 0) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1978

 

Noreascon II (Report 1) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1978)

 

Noreascon II (Report 3) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1979)

 

Noreascon II (Report 4) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1980)

 

Noreascon II (Report 5) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1980)

 

Noreascon II (38th Worldcon) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1980)

 

Noreascon II (Final Report) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1980)

 

Denvention Two /Denotations (Denver, Colorado, 1979)

 

Denvention Two (Correspondence) (Denver, Colorado, 1981)

 

Denvention Two (Report 1) (Denver, Colorado, 1981)

 

Denvention Two (Program; Issues 1-6) (Denver, Colorado, 1981)

 

Denvention Two (39th Worldcon) Denver, Colorado, 1981)

 

Chicon IV (Report 4) (40th Worldcon) (Chicago, Illinois, 1982)

 

Chicon IV (40th Worldcon) (Chicago, Illinois, 1982)

 

Constellation (Report 0) (Baltimore, Maryland, 1983)

 

Constellation (Report 1) (41st Worldcon) (Baltimore, Maryland, 1982)

 

Constellation (Report 2) (41st Worldcon) (Baltimore, Maryland, 1982)

 

Constellation (Report 3) (41st Worldcon) (Baltimore, Maryland, 1983)

 

Constellation (41st Worldcon) (Baltimore, Maryland, 1983)

 

L.A. Con II (Report 0) (Anaheim, California, 1984)

 

L.A. Con II (42nd Worldcon) (Anaheim, California, 1984)

 

Aussiecon II (43rd Worldcon) (Melbourne, Australia, 1985)

 

Confederation (44th Worldcon) (Atlanta, Georgia, 1986)

 

Conspiracy ‘87 (Report 1) (45th Worldcon) (Brighton, U.K., 1987)

 

Nolacon II (46th Worldcon) (Report 1) (New Orleans, Louisiana, 1988)

 

Nolacon II (46th Worldcon) (New Orleans, Louisiana, 1988)

 

Noreascon Three (Report 5) (47th Worldcon) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1989)

 

Noreascon Three (Report 6) (47th Worldcon) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1989)

 

Noreascon Three (47th Worldcon) (Boston, Massachusetts, 1989)

 

ConFiction (48th Worldcon)  (Report 4) (The Hague, Holland,1990)

 

Chicon V (49th Worldcon) (Chicago, Illinois, 1991)

 

MagiCon (50th Worldcon) (Orlando, Florida, 1992)

 

ConFrancisco (51st Worldcon) (San Francisco, California, 1993)

 

ConAdian (52nd Worldcon) (Report 1) (Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1994)

 

ConAdian (52nd Worldcon) (Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1994)

 

Aussiecon 3 (57th Worldcon) (Melbourne, Australia, 1999)

 

X-Con (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1981)

 

X-Con 12 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1988)

 

Box 6

 

Badges

 

Box 7

 

Buttons

 

Box 8

 

Assorted ephemera

Box 9

Bheer bottle, n.d, obtained at unknown Norwescon. Accompanied by folder containing photocopy of the bottle label.