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Science Fiction Fanzine Collection, Part 3: D-G

Collection ID

SCRC 439

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Contents:
Part 1: Collection Overview
Part 2: Number titles, A-C
Part 3: D-G
Part 4: H-O
Part 5: P-S
Part 6: T-Z, unidentified

D Titles

Dafoe.  John Koning, 318 South Belle Vista, Youngstown, OH,  nos. 1-6 (undated-Oct. 1962), no. 7 see Microtome, no. 3.

Dagon.  John Boardman, Brooklyn, NY  nos. 294, 295 (Jan. 1984, Feb. 1984).  No. 527 (1 May 1999)

Dallascon. Bulletin.  Dallascon Bulletin, P.O. Box 523,  Richardson, TX 75080, nos. 1-3 (1969), nos. 5-7 (1973).

Dal’s Journal.  Dalvan M. Coger, Memphis, TN.  No. 4 (undated)  [In: the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers, fanzines].

D’APA.  Denver Amateur Press Association (with a relationship   with the Denver Area Science Fiction Association). Multi-apa  zine mailings.  Not indexed in this list.  No. 200 (1988 May 21).

Daring Attempt.  Poway, CA.  Nos. 2 (1985) and no. 5 (1986).

The Dark Brotherhood Journal.  George H. Record, 3402B Smith  SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106, vol. 1, no. 1 (Jun. 1971),  vol. 2, no. 1 (Jul. 1973).

The Dark Brotherhood Newsletter.  George H. Record,  Albuquerque, NM  Mar. 1971, Apr. 1971, May  1971, Jun. 1971, Jul. 1971, Aug. 1971, Suppl. Mid-Aug. 1971,  Jan. 1972, Feb. 1972, Mar. 1972, Mar. 1973; plus a letter dated  Mar. 8, 1973, Apr. 1973, May/Jun. 1973, Jul. 1973.

Dark Fantasy.  Gene Day, House of Shadows, Gananogue,  Ontario, Canada, no. 2 (Fall 1973) [No, not the issue, but   a sample booklet for issue no. 2, apparently. Wh 1/2003]

Dark Messenger Reader.  The Strange Company, Madison WI,  no. 1, (1975).

Darkapa.  Gordon Linnard, Marrickville …  Vol. 2 (undated, pre-1983, ca. 1980).  This issue had stapled to it an   Issue of Pipsqueak, now separated, see below).

DASFAx.  Denver Area Science Fiction Association. Westminster, CO.  v. 20 no. 5 (May, 1988), v.20, no. 6 (June 1988).

Data Entries. Jim Rondeau. San Jose, CA. No. 8 (July 1989).

Datazine.  Denver, CO.  Issue 23 (December-January 1983), 24-37   (July-Sept. 1985), 40, 61 (November-December 1990).

Dave English Sketchbook.  Larry Stark, (June 1958).
  FILED IN LEGAL SIZE BOX see list at end. [Dave or David?]

David Malone's Science Fiction Fanzine.  David T. Malone,  Bacon Road, Roxbury, CT, nos. 1-3 (1968, 1969, 1970).  Not in the Box.

Dawn.  No. 14, see: The Imaginative Collector.

Day Star.  Marion Zimmer Bradley, Box 158, Rochester, TX,  no. 2 (undated), one unnumbered (undated), no. 6 (Aug. 1957),  no. 7 (May 1959), no. 8 (Feb. 1961), no. 9 (Aug. 1959),  no. 10 (Feb. 1960), one unnumbered (Feb. 22, 1960), no. 15  (Aug. 1961), Nov. 1961, Feb. 1962, May 1962.


Day to Plow.  Backwoods Press, Ceres, VA, (1948).  NOT IN THE BOXES.

Daystrom Project, The. A novel by Rick Endres. Monograph.  Lansing, MI, Bill Hupe (June 1987).

De Profundis.  John and Bjo Trimble, Garden Grove, CA 92641,   nos. 1, 2 (Summer 1965, July 1965), nos. 197-198 (June-July   1988), and no. 219 (May 1990).

Degler!  Andy Porter, New York, NY 10028,  nos. 9 (n.d), 23 (undated), 164 (Jan 13, 1967), 179 (Apr. 21, 1967).

Delineator.  Rampant Nun Productions, 139 E. St. Andrews Pl.,  #3, Los Angeles, CA 90004, June 1985.

Dementia Praecox.  Bill Rickhardt, 21175 Goldsmith Street,  Farmington, MI, no. 1 (Nov. 1957).

Demeter.  Jack Speer, North Bend, WA, (Summer 1955).

Demi-Phlotz.  Phyllis H. Economou, 2416 East Webster Pl.,  Milwaukee 11, WI, (Aug. 1957).

Den Haag Niewsblaadje.  Billy H. Petit, Control 1 Data,  Holland NV, Stadhoversaan 114, The Haugue, Netherlands,  nos. 1, 2 (Jan, April 1968).

Deness Morton Art Folio.  David Rike, 2431 Dwight Way,  Berkeley 4, CA, (undated).

Denver Amateur Press Association.  See their apa D’APA.

Denver Area Science Fiction Association.  See above their zine   DASFAx.  Also has some relationship with the Denver Amateur   Press Association’s apa D’APA. 

Derogatory Reference.
  See: D.R.

Descant.
  Gina and Norm Clarke, 9 Bancroft Street, Aylmer  East, P.Q., Canada.  No. 1 (May 1959)
  Nos. 4-13 (Feb. 1961-Feb. 1965)  Nos. 20-22 (Nov. 1972-Aug. 1973)

Desk Set Gazette.  Corflu 3, P.O. Box 409, Falls Church, VA  22046, vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1985).

Destiny.  Jim Bradley and Malcolm Willita, Portland 12, OR,   vol. 1, no. 2 (Fall 1950), vol. 1, no. 3  (Winter 1950), vol. 1, no. 4/5 (Summer & Fall 1951), vol. 1,  no. 6 (Wint. 1951 & Spring 1952), vol. 1, no. 7 (Winter 1953),  vol. 1, no. 8 (Spring 1953), vol. 1, no. 9 (Wint. 1953-54),  vol. 1, no. 10 (Summer 1954).

Destiny’s Children. Florence Butler and Lee Coleman. Washington,   D.C., Black Coffee Press. Nos. 2 (April 1986) and no. 3 (May 1987.)

Deukalion.  Jack Speer, Snoqualmie, WA, (undated).

Devil's Motor Boat.  Nick and Noreen Falasca, 5612 Warwick  Dr., Parma 29, OH, (undated).

Devil's Work.  Norm Metcalf, P.O. Box 1368, Boulder, CO,  nos. 5, 7-13, 15-16, 18 (Apr. 1967-May 1971).

Devniad, The.   Bob Devney, North Attleboro, MA  No. 40 (for APA: NESFA #338) (July 1998)

Diagonal Relationship.  See: DR.

Dianoura.
  Phil Harrell, S.W.P. Wyszkowski P. Eng.,  Box 3372 Station C, Ottawa 3, Ontario, Canada,  vol. 1, no. 1 (May-July 1963).

Diaspar.  Terry Carr, 35 Pierrepont Street, Brooklyn,  NY 11201, nos. 4-9, 13 (undated-Aug. 1958, Nov. 1970),  In folder 2: no. 15 (May 1973), no. 16 (Nov. 1974), no. 20   (Nov. 1978), no. 22 (Jun. 1981).

Different.  Sam and Christine Moskowitz, 340 7th Ave. West,  Newark 7, NJ.  Vol. 2, nos. 1, 3 (Oct. 1958, Aug. 1961)
  Vol. 3, no. 1 (Aug. 1962)

Different Face in Time, A.  A Star Trek Novel. Patsy Curnow and   Linda Chanack.  Monograph. Floresville, TX (1986).

Differential.  Paul Wyszkowski, Box 3372, Station C, Ottawa 3,  Ontario, Canada, nos. 3-37 (Sept. 1962-Aug. 1965).

Digital Science-Fact & Fiction Five-Yearly.  Lee Hoffman,  New York 3, NY, (Nov. 1961).  NOT IN BOX.

Dilemma.  Jackie Franke, Box 51-A, RR2, Beecher, IL 60401,  no. 13 (1976), no. 14 (1977).

Dillinger Relic.  See: DR.

Dimensions.
  L. Shaw, Apt. 5P, 780 Greenwich Street, New York  14, NY, no. 16 (Jan. 1955).

Dipple Chronicle.  Dipple Publications, 207 Center Street,  Jim Thorpe, PA 18229.  Vol. 1, nos. 1-4 (Jan. 1971-Oct. 1971)
  Vol. 2, no. 2 (Jan. 1972)

Directory of Science Fiction Fandom.  Ron Bennett, 7 Southway,  Arthurs Avenue, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England,  (1957, 1961).

Dirty Underware.  See Applesauce no. 30 for contributed copy.

Dis and Dat.  Racy Higgs, 813 Eastern Avenue, Connersville, IN,  (Aug. 1957, Aug. 1958).

Discord.  Redd Boggs, 2209 Highland Place, Minneapolis 21, MN,  nos. 11-17 (Apr. 1961-Mar. 1962).

Discordian Regimentation. See: D R  folder 5.

Disjecta Membras.  Ted Pauls, 1448 Meridene Drive, Baltimore 12,  MD, no. 5 (undated).

Distaff.  Ethel Lindsay, 6 Langley Avenue, Surbiton, Surrey,  England, no. 1 (Sept. 1958).

The Diversifier.  A.B. and C.C. Clingan, Co-Editors, P.O. Box  1836, Oroville, CA 95965, vol. 3, no. 1 (Sept. 1976). 

Diversity.  Greg Bridges, 3711 Popular Avenue, Memphis, TN  38111, no. 3 (Aug. 1972).

DMSFF (David Malone's Science Fiction Fanzine).  David T.  Malone, Bacon Road, Roxbury, CT 06783, no. 1 (1968),  no. 2 (Spring 1969), no. 3 (undated). 

DNQ.  Taral Wayne, 1812-415 Willowdale Avenue, Willowdale,  Ontario, M2N 5B4, Canada, no. 34  (1983).

Doctor Deterrent. See: Applesauce no. 30 for contributed copy.

Dol Cirith Ungol.  George R. Heap, OA, Box 1487, Rochester, NY  14603, nos. 5, 6 (1970).

Dolor.  Dave Rike, Carl Brandon, Ron Ellik, Terry Carr,  no. 1 (Dec. 14/15, 1957).

Don’t Panic.  See Applesauce no. 30 for contributed copy.

Dotty’s Dimensions.  Dorothy M. Kurtz.  Cherry Hill, N.J.  Vol. I, issues 1-3 (Spring, Summer, Fall, 2000)

Double Bill.  Bill Mallardi, Ackron, OH.  Vol. 2, nos. 1, 3, 4 (Oct. 1963-Aug. 1964)  Vol. 3, nos. 1-3 (Oct. 1964-Sept. 1965)
  Vol. 5, no. 1 (Feb. 1967)

D.R.  Arthur D. Hlavaty, 250 Coligni Avenue, New Rochelle, NY  10801.
            Folder #1: The Diagonal Relationship no. 1 (1977),  no. 2 (1977), no. 3 (Oct. 1977), no. 4 (Jan. 1978), no. 9  (Apr. 1979), no. 10 (Jul. 1979), no. 11 (Oct. 1979), no. 14  (Jul. 1980), no. 15 (Oct. 1980), no. 16 (Jan. 1981), no. 17  (Apr. 1981), no. 19 (Oct. 1981), no. 20 (Jan. 1982); DR no. 13  (Apr. 1980).
            Folder #2: D.R no. 21 (1982), no. 43 (1985); The Dillinger  Relic no. 22 (1982), no. 23 (1982), no. 24 (1982), no. 25  (1982), no. 26 (1983), no. 27 (1983), no. 28 (1983), no. 29
  (1983), no. 30 (1983), no. 31 (1983), no. 32 (1984), no. 33  (1984), no. 34 (1984), no. 35 (1984), no. 36 (1984), no. 37  (1984), no. 38 (1985), no. 39 (1985), no. 40 (1985), no. 41
  (1985), no. 42 (1985).
            Folder #3: The Dillinger Relic no. 48 (1986), no. 51 (1987),  no. 52 (1987), no. 53 (1987), no. 54 (1987), no. 55 (1987),  no. 56 (1988), no. 60 (1988), no. 61 (1989); DR no. 63 (1989),  no. 64 (1989), no. 65 (1990); Derogatory Reference no. 67  (1990), no. 69 (1991), no. 70 (1991), no. 71 (1991), no. 72  (1992), no. 73 (1992), no. 74 (1993), no. 75 (1993), no. 76  (1993), no. 77 (1994), no. 78 (1994), no. 80 (1995), no. 81      (1995), no. 82 (1996).       
            Folder #4: Derogatory Reference no. 85 (1997), no. 86 (1997),  no. 87 (1997), no. 88 (1998), no. 89 (1998), no. 90 (1998), no.  91 (1999), no. 92 (1999), no. 93 (1999), no. 94 (1999), no. 95  (2000), no. 96 (2000), no. 97 (2001), no. 98 (2001), no. 99   (rec. June 2002), no. 100 (rec. Jan. 2003),
            Folder #5: Discordian Regimentation. no. 101 (entitled Nice Distinctions 1); no. 102 (Nice Distinctions 2); no. 103 (Nice  Distinctions 3); no. 104 (Nice Distinctions 4); no. 105 (Nice   Distinctions 5), 2004;  no. 106 (Nice Distinctions 6), June 2004;   no.  107 (Nice Distinctions 7), 2004 [Dec.?]; no. 108 (Nice Distinctions 8),   [January] 2005; no. 109 (Nice Distinctions 9), [April] 2005; no. 110 (Nice  Distinctions 10), [July] 2005; no. 111 (Nice Distinctions 11) 2005 (posted 17 Oct. 2005); no. 112 (Nice Distinctions 12) 2006 (rec. Jan. 06); no. 113 (Nice Distinctions   13) 2006 (April/May?); no. 114 (Nice Distinctions 14) 2006 (June/July?); no. 115  (Nice Distinctions 15) c.2006;  no. 116 (Nice Distinctions 16) 2007 (posted in April    2007); no. 117 (Nice Distinctions 17) 2008 (rec. Aug. 29, 2008); no. 118 (Nice Distinctions 18) 2009 (rec. Aug. 2009); no. 119 (Nice Distinctions 19) (rec. July 29, 2010); no. 120 (Nice Distinctions 20) (rec. 28 January 2011); no. 121 (Nice   Distinctions 21) (rec. August 2011); no. 122 (Nice Distinctions 22) (rec. 2012); no.  123 (Nice Distinctions 23) (rec. July 31, 2012);

Dreadful Fanctuary.  Gregg Wolford, 9001 Joyzella, Garden  Grove, CA 92640, no. 7 (July 1965).       

Dreadnought Explorations.
Gina Martin and Linda Maclaren.    Lancaster, CA, Avelron Press. Nos. 1 (May 1976), no. 2 (July   1976), no. 3 (September 1976), no. 4 (November 1976), and   no. 5 (January 1977).

Dreegh.  Bruce A. Fredstrom, P.O Box 647, Eugene, OR 97401,  no. 1 (Aug. 1968).

Driftwood.  Sally Dunn, 6021 Kimbard Street, Apt. G-4,  Chicago 37, IL, nos. 82, 89, 94, 96 (1958, 1961).

Dry Martini.  Sam Martinez, P.O. Box 3581, Tulsa 14, OK,  no. 3 (undated).


Dry Martooni.  Fred Patten, 5156 Chesley Avenue, Los Angeles,  CA, no. 1 (Aug. 10, 1962).

Dubhe.  E. Joseph Baker, 30561/2 Leeward Avenue,  Los Angeles, CA 90016.  Vol. 10, no. 100 (Dec. 1963)  Vol. 11, nos. 1, 10, 11 (Mar. 1964-Sept. 1964)
  Vol. 12, no. 1 (Dec. 1964)

Duff.  Lesleigh Luttrell, 525 West Main Street, Madison, WI  53707, no. 74 (1972).

Duff. Jack R. Herman, Neutral Day Junction, Australia.  See: Applesauce no. 30 for contributed copy.

Duff Newsletter.  Ken Fletcher, 341 East 19th Street,  Minneapolis, MN 55404, no. 4 (May 1980).

Dum-Dum.  Rita Corriell, nos. 2, 3 (Oct. 1962, Aug. 1963).

Dynacence.  Michael Juergens, 257 Florence Street,  Hammond, IN 46324, nos. 1, 2 (June. 1970, undated).

Dynatron.  Roy Tackett, 915 Green Valley Road,  Alberquerque, NM 87107, nos. 15-59 (Jan. 1963-Mar. 1974),  missing: nos. 19, 33, 34, 36-37, 45, 51.


E Titles

Early Bird.
  Michael Feron, 7 Grand Place, Hannut, Belgium,  (Apr. 20, 1968).

Earth Gazette.  Bliss Radiopress, 422 Wilmot Street, Chillicothe,  IL 61523, (Apr. 2, 1970).

Eastern Indiana Science Fiction Association.  See title: EISFA.

Ebon Lute.
  G. Sutton Breiding, 2760 Sutte, #101, San Francisco,  CA 94115, vol. 1, no. 1 (1976).

Ecce.  Index Company, 465 Division Street, Platteville, WI  53818, (Nov. 1972), vol. 2, no. 1 (Spring 1973).

Ecco.  Randy Williams, Box 581, Liberty, NC 27298,  no. 5 (Jul. 1968), vol. 1, no. 4 (Apr. 1968),  The Ecco Ryder. (Published with Ecco no. 4), no. 2
  (April 1968).

Echo Beach Quarterly.  Marc Ortlieb, Camden Park, S.A. 5038.  No. 2 (1980).
  See also: Applesauce no. 30 for contributed copy.

Echoes.  John Betancourt, 143 Whitemarsh Way, Delran, NJ  08075, no. 2 (Summer, 1982).

Edmonton Science Fiction & Comic Arts Society. See their publication   Neology below.

Eerie Country.  WEIRDBOOK Press, P.O. Box 35, Amherst Branch,  Buffalo, NY 14226, no. 1 (1976), no. 2 (1979), no. 3 (1980),  no. 4 (1980), no. 5 (1981), no. 6 (1982), no. 7 (1982),  no. 8 (1982), no. 9 (1982).

Ego-Beast.  14933½ Dickens Street, Sherman Oaks, CA,  vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1948).

Ego-Beast.  Don Wilson, 1042 25th Street, Santa Monica, CA,  no. 7 (May 1960).

An Egoboo a Day From All Over.  (No name), nos. 2, 3 (Nov. 1961,  Summer 1962).

Egoboo.  John E. Berry, Mayfield House, Stanford, CA 94305 and  Ted White, 339 49th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11220, no. 11 (June  12, 1970), no. 12 (July 28, 1970), no. 13 (Oct. 8, 1971),  no. 14 (Oct. 15, 1971), no. 15 (Mar. 17, 1972), no. 16  (Aug. 1972). 

Egoboo for You.  Dick Eny (Editor), one unnumbered copy (undated).

The Egoist.  Carl J. Brandon, Jr., Sallskapsvagen 7, Stockholm  48, Sweden, no. 40 (Oct. 1965).

Egoscan.  Ted White, 1014 N. Tuckahoe St., Falls Church,   VA 22046, no. 1 (Nov. 11, 1983), no. 2 (Dec. 9, 1983), no. 3  (Jan. 14, 1984), no. 4 (Mar. 10, 1984), no. 5 (Apr. 14, 1984),  no. 6 (May 11, 1984), no. 7 (Jul. 25, 1984), no. 8 (Aug. 17,  1984), no. 9 (Aug. 17, 1984), no. 10 (Jan. 28, 1985),  no. 11 (May 27, 1985), Results of the 1984 4th Annual  Pong Poll.

Eight Pager.  John Quagliano, 51430661, Education Center,  2nd Reconnaissance Square, 15th Cav., 4th AD APO 696,  New York, NY, no. 2 (undated).

Eilat for Early Risers.  Phil Kohn, Israel,  (July 1964).

EISFA.  (A Monthly fanzine of the Eastern Indiana Science Fiction   Association).  Anderson, Indiana.  Folder 1: undated, and v.1, no. 12 (Jan. 1954) to v. 2, no. 12 (December 1954)  Folder 2: v. 3, no. 1 (January 1955) to December 1955).

Eleventh Hour.  Eleventh Hour, 358 East 15th Avenue, Columbus,  OH, (undated).

Elmurings.  Vol. 1, no. 1 (undated).

Elmurmurings.  Vol. 1, no. 1 (1961).

The Eltdown Shards.  Arthur Metzger, 1171 Neeb Road, Cincinnati,  OH 45238, no. 2 (undated), no. 3 (undated), no. 4 (undated), no. 4½  (undated), no. 5 (undated), no. 6 (undated), no. 7 (undated).

Elysia. Terry Sue Shank.  Manchester, GA, Elysian Publications.  No. [1] (1986), and no. 3 (1988).

Embelyon.  Lee and Jim Lavell, 5647 Culver Street, Indianapolis,  IN 46226, no. 1 (May 1970).

Empties.  Martin Tudor, 845 Alum Rock Road, Ward End, Birmingham,  B8 2AG, England, no. 6 (1983).

Enchantress of the Stars.  Dianna Bird and Kathleen Mellen.  Los   Angeles, CA.  No. 3 (April 1978).

En-Clave.  Joe Pilati, 111 South Highland Avenue, Pearl River,  NY 10965, no. 6 (May/June 1964).

Energumen.  Mike Glicksohn, 267 St. George Street, Apt. 807,  Toronto 180, Ontario, Canada, nos. 1, 2, 6, 7 (Feb. 1970-  April 1971); (Gifts from Panshin): nos. 3 (Aug. 1970),   4 (Nov. 1970), 9 (Sept. 1971), 10 (Dec. 1971).

Eniznaf.  Jack Gendelman, 1117 Hollywood Avenue, Englewood  Cliffs, NJ 07632, nos. 2-4 (Aug. 1977-Aug. 1978).

Ennui.  Creath Thorne, 706 Hudson Hall, Columbia, MS  65201, nos. 1, 2 (Jul. 1968, Sept. 1969).

Enter-Comm. Marjorie McKenna, et al.  Ottawa, Ontario, Canada,   Canadian Contingent Press.  Nos. 4 (February 1981), no. 5   (January 1982), no. 6 (May 1983), and no. 7 (May 1984).

Enterprise-Log Entries.  Sheila Clark and Valerie Piacentini.  Strathmartine, by Dundee, Scotland, ScoTpress.  Nos. 45 (No-  vember 1981), and no. 72 (September 1986).

Enterprise Review, The.  Stories and poetry by Dolly Weissberg.  [n.p.] Paw Print Press (1987).

EOD.  (Esoteric Order of Dagon Amateur Press Association). See: Nuclear Chaos

Eos.  Jack Speer, Snoqualmie, WA, (undated).

Epimetheus.  Jack Speer, Snoqualmie, WA, (undated).

Equal Time.  John & Bjo Trimble, Al Lewis, Stan Woolston,  1825 Greenfield Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90025,  vol. 1, no. 1 (undated).

Erbania.  D. Peter Ogden, Route 1, Otto Rd. Apts.,  Tampa 12, FL, no. 13 (May 1963).

ERG Quarterly.  Terry Jeeves, Scarborough [England].  No. 102 (April 1988, 29th anniversary issue).  [In the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers 28 issues: nos. 130-134, 137-141,   146-151, 153-156, 158-164 (July 1995-January 2004)].

Ergo Sum.  Paul Wyszkowski, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  No. 40 (pre-14 Nov. 1967, date of receipt on Ayorama to which   it had been attached when sent?

Eridani. Randall Landers.  Lansing, Michigan, Bill Hupe. Nos. 1   (May 1988), and no. 6 (December 1989).

Eris.  See: Applesauce no. 30 for contributed copy.

Escape.  Charles W. Melvin, ed. and publisher.  Huntsville, AL.    No. 1 (Fall 1977). 

Esdacyos.  Ed Cox, 149331/2 Dickens Street, Sherman Oaks,  CA 91403, nos. 4, 5, 8, 9 (May 1955, Aug. 1955, Aug. 1963,  Nov. 1963).

ESFACAS (Edmonton Science Fiction & Comic Arts Society)  See below for their publication: Neology.

Esoteric Order of Dagon (Amateur Press Association).  For their Journal and mailing packets, see: Nuclear Chaos.

Esprit.  Daphine Buckmaster, 8 Buchanan Street, Kirkcudbright,  Scotland, vol. 2, nos. 4-5 (Apr. 1961-Autumn 1961).

Ethel the Aardvark.  Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Melbourne   Science Fiction Club.
  No. 36 (April 1991)

Etwas.  Peggy Rae McKnight, Box 306, Six Acres, Lansdale, PA,  nos. 3-7 (1961-1962).

Europa Report.  Don Minzoni, 51-29100 PIACENZA, C.c.p.  25-22298, no. 1 (July 1972).

Eusifanso.  Little Press, 146 East 12th Avenue, Eugene, OR,  vol. 2, no. 5 (Feb. 1952).

Evermist.  David R. Warren, P.O. Box 27, LaBelle, FL 33935,  vol. 2, no. 1 (Winter 1975).

Everything But the Kitchen Sink. Mary Jo Blythe, et al. Walker,   West Virginia.  No. 3 (July 1987).

Excalibur.  Len Bailes, 27 Split Rail Place, Commack, NY  11725, nos. 5-9 (undated).

Expose.  Joel Nydahl, 119 Soutyh Front Street, Marquette, MI,  no. 1 (1953).

Eyetracks.  No. 1 (Nov. 1959).


F Titles

F and SF.  (See: Fanzine of France & Science Fiction. Quarterly).

Fables of Irish Fandom.
John Berry & Ken Cheslin. Shoestring   Press, U.K.  v. 1: A Time Regained. Being Fables of Irish Science
  Fiction Fandom.
1998.   v. 2: The IF Files. 1999.

FACT (The Fandom Association of Central Texas). See below their   publication: The Texas SF Inquirer.

Fadeaway.
Robert Jennings, 29 Whiting Rd., Oxford, MA 01540-2035.  no. 33 (Feb-Mar. 2013)

Fafhrd.  Ed Cox, 115½ 19th Street, Hermosa Beach, CA,  vol. 1, nos. 1-4, (May 1955-May 1956).

Fafhrd.  Ron Ellik, Room 104, 2315 Dwight Way, Berkeley 4, CA,  vol. 1, no. 6 (May 1958).

Fallout.  Diana M. Daley, 5215 Curry Rd., Pittsburgh, PA  15236, June 1979.

Falls of the Ohio Science Fiction and Fantasy Association, The.  (FOSFA).  See: their publication Fosfax below.

Fan Art Folio.  Ted E. White, 1014 North Tuckohoe Street,  Falls Church, VA, (1957).

Fan Calendar.  H.,P. Sanchy Sanderson, Joy and Vince Clarke,  Arthur Thompson, 236 Queens Road, London S.E. 14, England,  (1959).

Fan Journalist.  Frank Wilimezyk, Jr., vol. 1, no. 1   (Summer 1944).

Fan Shape.  Arthur D. Hlavaty, 206 Valentine Street,  Yonkers, NY 10704-1814, (914) 965-4861, no. 16 rec. direct  4/94.  FOLDER NOT IN BOX.

Fanac.  Terry Carr and Ron Ellilk, then Walter Breen,  Berkely, CA,  nos. 2, (Mar. 1958), 31 (Dec. 1958), 34 (Feb. 1959), 44-45  (Oct. 1959), 53 (Feb. 1960), 74 (May 1961), 76-78 (June-Sept.  1961), 81-84 (Nov. 1961-Jan. 1962), 86 (Spring 1962),  88-89 (Sept.-Nov. 1962).

Fanarchist.  David R. Grigg, 1556 Main Road Research,  Victoria 3039, Australia, nos. 4-6 (undated).

Fanciful Tales.  Shepherd & Wollheim, Oakman, Alabama,  vol. 1, no. 1 (Fall 1936).

Fanctuary.  Gregg Wolford, Garden Grove, CA 92640.  no. 7 (Jul. 1965).

Fandemonium.  Andy Lyon, Oxford, NC.  no. 2 (Summer 1948).

Fandom Association of Central Texas (FACT). See below their   publication: The Texas SF Inquirer.

Fandom Harvest.
  Robert Bloch,  Weyauwega, WI,  (May 1, 1955).

Fandom Unlimited.  Fandom Unlimited Enterprises, Randall D.  Larson,  Los Altos, CA 94022,  no. 2 (Spring 1977), no. 3 (Spring 1977).

Fanews.  Walter Dunkelberger,  Fargo, ND,  no. 345 (undated).

Fanfare.  Candace Wiggins.  Pickens, South Carolina. No. 1   (December 1977, second printing May 1978).

Fanfaronade.  Jeff Wanshel,  Larchmont, N.Y.  no. 3 (Jul. 1961).

FanHistorica.  Joe Siclari & Edie Stern, Boca Raton, FL.  No. 5 (November 1996).

Fankle.  Ivor Latto, Glasgow W5, Scotland.  no. 1 (June 1955).

Fannish.  Terry Carr and Ron Ellik, Bekely 9, CA.  nos. 1, 2 (Feb. 1959, Feb. 1960),  (Fanac annual issue - Fanac nos. 34, 35.  Filed with  Fanac). (Fannish II is issue no. 53 Fanac).

The Fanscient.  Portland Science-Fantasy Society, Portland, OR  vol. 2, no. 1 [3] (Spring 1948), vol. 2,  no. 2 [4] (Summer 1948).

Fanspeak. (Welcome Leaflet series of the N3F.) Pendulum Press, a  subsidiary of Fanvariety Enterprises, Pittsburgh, PA.  No. 5: “First printing, December 1951,… Issued complete May,   1952, by the National Fantasy Fan Federation.”

Fanta Se.  June Bonifas, 1913 Hopi Road, Santa Fe, NM,  (Jul. 1962).

Fantasia.  Ray C. Higgs, 813 Eastern Avenue, Connersville,  IA, 1 unnumbered copy (Sept. 1951).

Fantasiae.  P.O. Box 245600, Los Angeles, CA 90024.  Vol. 1, no. 4 (July 1973)  Vol. 2, no. 6 (May 1977)  Vol. 5, no. 6 (June 1974)  Panshin Gifts: vol. 1, no. 7 (Oct. 1973), vol. 2, no. 5
  (May 1974).

Fantastic Collectibles Magazine.  Box 167, Carmel, Indiana  46032, no. 118 (Sept. 1993).

Fantastic Worlds.  Edward W. Ludwig (Editor), 1942 Telegraph  Avenue, Stockton, CA, vol. 1, no. 1 (Summer 1952), vol. 1,  no. 2 (Fall/Winter 1952).

Fantasy Advertiser.  1745 Kenneth Road, Glendale, CA,  Vol. 1, nos. 1-6 (Apr. 1946-Jan. 1947)  Vol. 2, nos. 5, 6 (Jan. 1948, Mar. 1948)  Vol. 3, nos. 1-6 (May 1948, Dec. 1948-Nov. 1949)  Vol. 4, nos. 1-6 (Mar. 1950-Nov. 1950)  Vol. 5, nos. 1-4 (Apr. 1951-Nov. 1951)

Fantasy Amateur.  Fantasy Amateur Press Association.  Vol. 18, nos. 3, 4 (May, Aug. 1955)   Vol. 19, nos. 1, 3 (Nov. 1955, May 1956)  Vol. 20, nos. 2-4 (Feb.-Aug. 1957)  Vol. 21, nos. 1-4 (undated)  Vol. 22, nos. 2-4 (Feb.-Aug. 1959)  Vol. 23, nos. 1, 2 (Feb. 1960)  Vol. 24, nos. 2-4 (Feb.-Aug. 1961)  Vol. 25, nos. 1-4 (1962)
  Missing:  Vol. 11, nos. 3, 4 (May, Aug. 1948)  Vol. 12, no. 4 (Nov. 1949)  Vol. 13, no. 1 (Feb. 1950) Vol. 16, no. 3 (May 1953) Vol. 27, nos. 2-4 (Feb.-Aug. 1973)

Fantasy Amateur. (aka FAPA). Official membership mailing of The Fantasy   Amateur Press Association (FAPA).  Multi-apa zine mailings. Not indexed herein.  No. 203 (v.51, no. 3, May 1988),  no. 209 (v. 53, no. 1, November 1989).

Fantasy Amateur.   Mailings, added to the collection April 2010:  Nos. 104-118 (August 1963-February 1967) Nos. 127        (May 1969) Nos. 130-132 (February 1970-August 1970) Nos. 143-184 (May 1973-August 1983) Nos. 186-188 (February 1984-August 1984) Nos. 190-284 (February 1985-Summer 2008) Nos. 286-287 (February 2009-May 2009)

Fantasy Amateur Press Association (FAPA).  See their multi-apa zine  Mailings: Fantasy Amateur.

Fantasy Ambler.
  Marion Zimmer Bradley, Rochester, TX.  (undated).

Fantasy Aspects.  Alan J. Lewis, 4550 West Maple Road,  Birmingham, MI, no. 3 (Nov. 1959). 

Fantasy Book Club Bulletin.  Fantasy Book Club Bulletin,  300 West 67th Street, New York, NY, vol. 1, no. 1   (Nov./Dec. 1948).

Fantasy Collector.  Oswald Train, 3507 North Sydenham Street,  Philadelphia 40, PA, vol. 1, nos. 1-3 (Apr. 1948-undated).  (SFC) PN 3448 S45F3x.

Fantasy Collector's Annual.  Gerry de la Ree, Saddle River,  NJ, 1974.

Fantasy Comics.  Science Fiction Times Inc., P.O. Box 115,  Solvay Branch Road, Syracuse 9, NY, vol. 3, nos. 3-5  (Jun. 1964-Jul. 1965).

Fantasy Crossroads.  Jonathan Bacon, Box 147, Lamoni, Iowa  50140.  Folder #1: vol. 1 no. 4/5 (Aug. 1975), no. 6
  (Nov. 1975). 

  Folder #2: no. 7 (Feb. 1976), no. 8 (May 1976),  no. 14 (Sept. 1978), no. 15 (Jan. 1979), Special Edition  no. 1 (Jan. 1976).

The Fantasy Fan.  Science Fiction Digest Company, 87-36 162nd  Street, Jamaica, N.Y., vol. 1, no. 2 (Oct. 1933), vol. 1,   no. 5 (Jan. 1934), vol. 1, no. 7 (Mar. 1934), vol. 1, no. 11  (Jul. 1934), vol. 2, no. 5 (Jan. 1935). 

Fantasy Fiction Field.  Julius Unger, 6401 24th Avenue,  Brooklyn, NY, nos. 195-202 (Sept.-Nov. 1944), 207   (Mar. 1945), vol. 1, nos. 1-19 (Jan.-Nov. 1963).  And, v. 2, no. 17 (whole no. 40) [1941??]

Fantasy Magazine.  Science Fiction Digest Company, 87-36 162nd  Street, Jamaica, N.Y., vol. 4, no. 1 (Sept. 1934), vol. 5,  no. 1 (Jun. 1935), vol. 5, no. 2 (Jul. 1935), no. 38 (Sept.  1936).

Fantasy Mongers.  WEIRDBOOK PRESS, Box 149, Amherst Branch,  Buffalo, NY 14226-0149, nos. 1-4 (1979-Spring 1982, undated),  no. 6 (1983), nos. 11-12 (Summer 1984-Autumn 1984).  Eshbach Gift: no. 5 (1983).

Fantasy News.  William S. Sykora, Box 7316, Baltimore 27, MD,  vol. 8, nos. 10-12 (Jul. 1944-Sept. 1944).

Fantasy News.  Ken Beale, Bronx 67, NY,  New Series no. 5 (June 30, 1963), no. 13 (Sept. 8, 1963).

Fantasy News Letter.  James A. Williams--Books, Philadelphia 3, PA,   no. 5 (undated), no. 20 (Jan. 1980), no 22 (Mar. 1980). 

Fantasy Sampler.  John W. Murdock, c/o Henry Moore Studio,  214 East 11th Street, Kansas City 6, MO, no. 4 (Jun. 1956).

Fantoccini.  Leslie Norris, 7263 Farmdale, North Hollywood, CA,  no. 23 (undated).

Fanvariety. (An NFFF Publication. Combined with Alph Null).  W. Max Keasler, Popular Bluff, MI.   Nos. 7, 9 (Apr. 1951, Jun. 1951).

Fanxiety.  Gregg Wolford, 9001 Joyzelle Drive, Garden Grove,  CA 92640, nos. 2-4 (undated-Jul. 1966).

Fanzine Fanatique.  Keith Walker, Lancaster, England.  11 issues from November 1999 to Autumn 2003 (several   entitled Fanzine Fanatique Quarterly.

Fanzine Field Report.  Gary H. Labowitz, P.O. Box 15727,  Philadelphia, PA, (undated).

A Fanzine for...  Lee Hoffman, Basement, 54 E. 7th Street,  New York 3, NY, (Autumn 1959). FOLDER NOT IN BOX.

A Fanzine for FAPA.  William Rotsler, John Trimble, 980  Figureoa Terrace, Los Angeles 12, CA, vol. 1, no. 1  (Feb. 1960).

A Fanzine for Ger Steward.  Lee Hoffman, Basement, 54 E. 7th  Street, New York 3, NY, (Autumn 1959).

A Fanzine for Jim Caughran.  B. John Trimble, 222 S. Gramercy  Pl., Los Angeles 4, CA, (May 1962).

A Fanzine for Karen Anderson.  (May 1960).

A Fanzine for Now.  Alan J. Lewis, SA 338-873, ET B-10, USCG  Training Station, Groton, Conn., vol. 1, nos. 1-2 (May,  Aug. 1961).

A Fanzine for Susan Margaret.  J. Young, 10 Summer Rd.,  Cambridge 38, Mass., (May 1957).

Fanzine Index.  Bob Paviat, 6001 43rd Avenue, Hyattsville, MD,  no. 3 (Feb. 1958).

Fanzine of France and Science Fiction Quarterly.  Pierre Versins,  Primerose 38, Lausanne, vol. 1, nos. 1-3 (May 1958-Jul. 1959).

Fanzine Review.  Robert A. Madle, 672 Ripley Street, Alexandria,  VA, no. 1 (undated).

Fap.  Les Gerber, 201 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn 26, NY,  no. 4 (undated).

Fapa.  971 North La Crenega Street, Los Angeles 69, CA,  no. 109 (Nov. 1964).  FOLDER NOT IN BOX.

FAPA See  Fantasy Amateur Press Association. (aka FAPA) the multi-apa zine   mailings of the Fantasy Amateur Press Association.

Fapa Memory Book.  Ron Parker, Etaoin Shrdler Press, 714 West  4th Street, Tulsa, OK, (1957).  FOLDER NOT IN BOX.

Fapathy.  Bob Silverberg, 915 West End Avenue, New York 25,  NY, vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1959).

Fapazine.  Lee Hoffman, The Fantasy Amateur Press Association,  basement, 54 E. 7th Street, New York 3, NY, no. 89  (Autumn 1959).

Fapesmo.  No. 2 (undated).  See: Pantheon.

Faphelion.  See: Fapulous.

Fapoose.  See: Fapulous.

Fappendage.  See: Fapulous.

Faprehensive.  See: Fapulous.

Fapulous.  Elinor Busby, Seattle,  WA.  No. 1 (subtitle: Faphelion) (Aug. 1959)  No. 2 (subtitle: Fapoose) (Nov. 1959)
  No. 3 (subtitle: Faprehensive) (undated)  No. 4 (subtitle: Like Hogan's Goat) (Oct. 1959)  No. 7 (subtitle: Fappendage) (undated)

Federated Speakeasy.  Carol Pollard,  Philadelphia, PA   vol. 3a (undated)  (irregular newsletter), nos. 1, 2 (1977, 1978), no. 5  (undated).

Feemwlort.  Greg Shaw, San Bruno, CA  no. 3 (Aug. 1965).

Feetnotes.  Peter Pinto,  London, Eng.  no. 4 (1979).

Femizine.  Ethel Lindsay,   Surbiton, Surrey, England.  nos. 11, 12, 1 unnumbered copy   (May 1959, Autumn 1959, Spring 1960).

Fendenizen.  Elinor Busby,  Seattle,  WA,   no. 9 (Jul. 1958).

Fenris.  Dave Hulan, Van Nuys,  CA   no. 6 (undated).

FFM (Functional Female Muster).  Pierre Versins,  Lausane, Switzerland.   no. 3 (Feb. 1958). 

Fiasco.  Gordon Miller, Moorhead, MN.  no. 1 (May 1964).

Fiendetta.  Charles F. Wells,  Savannah, GA  (#9) vol. 2, no. 4 (Autumn 1954), (#10) vol. 3, no. 2  (May 1955), (#11) vol. 3, no. 3 (Aug. 1955), (#12) vol. 3,  no. 4 (Nov. 1955).

Fifty-Fifty.  Ron Parker and Sam Martinez (Editors),  no. 4 (undated).
 
File 770.  Mike Glyer,  Van Nuye, CA   no. 55 (1985), no. 57 (1986), 136-142 (Sept. 2000-June 2003)   [In the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers 10 issues: nos. 99, 110, 117, 127, 133,    135, 136, 143, 144 (1993?-2005)].

Film Index.  Vincent J. Aceto, Fred Silva, Albany, NY.  nos. 21, 22 (1974).

First Draft.  Null Q. Press, Dave Van Arnam, Bronx, NY.  Vol. 31, nos. 5, 6 (Sept., Oct. 1967)  Vol. 32, nos. 1-6 (Oct.-Dec. 1967)
  Vol. 33, nos. 1-6 (Nov.-Dec. 1967)  Vol. 34, nos. 1-4 (Jan. 5-Jan. 26, 1968)

First Fandom Bulletin.  Lynn A. Hickman, Mt. Vernon, IL.  no. 1 (Jul. 15, 1959), no. 2 (Dec. 1, 1959).

First Fandom Flyer.  Donald Franson. “early 1962”. 1p.

First Fandom Magazine.  Lynn A. Hickman, Wauseon, OH.  no. 7 (Sept. 1962), no. 10 (Dec. 1963),  no. 11 (Apr. 1964), no. 14 (Fall 1967), no. 15 (Spring 1968),  no. 16 (Winter 1969-70) 2 copies, no. 18 (Fall 1980-Spring  1981), no. 19 (Fall 1986-Spring 1987) 2 copies.  1 unnumbered  copy (undated).

First Fandom Membership Rosters.  In the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers:  1998-2000, 2002, 4 rosters.

First Fandom News Letter.  David A. Kyle, Ed.,Hobe Sound, FL.   No. 3 (Sept. 7, 1969), no. 4 (Jan. 7,  1970), no. 5 (Jul. 4, 1971), no. 6 (Aug. 1971), no. 7  (Jul. 31, 1973), no. 8 (Aug. 21, 1973), no. 9 (Sept. 1, 1973),  no. 10 (Sept. 2, 1973), no. 12 (Aug. 31, 1974), no. 13  (May 8, 1975), no. 14 (Aug. 10, 1975), no. 15 (Jun. 25, 1976),  no. 16 (Jul. 4, 1976), no. 17 (Sept. 3, 1977), no. 20 (Jul.  4, 1980), no. 21 (Aug. 17, 1980), no. 22 (Jun. 17, 1981),  no. 23 (1981), no. 24 (Aug. 20, 1982).

First Fandom Report.   See below: Scientifiction.

First Four Years of the Great War.  Calvin W. Demmon, Inglewood, CA.   no. 1 (Apr. 1962).

Flabbergasting.  The Toskey, Seattle, WA.   no. 7 (Jul. 1958).

Flip.  Bill Rickhardt, Baltimore, MD.   no. 1 (undated).

Flook.  Everett Winne, Springfield, MA,  no. 2 (Autumn 1954).

The Flunking Fink.  Main and Hall, Shimmer College, Mt. Carroll, IL    no. 1 (Jan. 1964).

Flush.  Larry Williams,  Longmeadow, MA,  vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb.-Mar. ?).

The Flying Frog.  Calvin Demmon, El Cerrito, CA,  nos. 1-10 (May 1963-July 1963), no. 12 (July 1963).

Fo.  Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 1964).

Focal-Point.  Arnie Katz, Brooklyn,  NY  and Rich Brown,  Brooklyn, NY. 
             Folder #1: 11th issue (June 23, 1965), vol. 2, no. 15 (Oct. 12, 1970),   vol. 2, no.17 (Nov. 9, 1970), vol. 2, no. 18 (Nov. 23, 1970), vol. 2,  no. 19 (Dec. 7, 1970), vol. 2, no. 20 (Dec. 21, 1970), vol. 2,  no. 21 (Jan. 4, 1971), vol. 2, no. 22 (Jan. 18, 1971), vol. 2,  no. 23 (Feb. 1, 1971), vol. 2, no. 24 (Feb. 15, 1971), vol. 2,  no. 25 (Mar. 1, 1971), vol. 2, no. 28 (Apr. 12, 1971), vol. 2,  no. 29 (Apr. 26, 1971), vol. 2, no. 30 (May 31, 1971).
             Folder #2: vol. 3, no. 1 (Jul. 6, 1971), vol. 3, no. 2 (Aug.  17, 1971), vol. 3, no. 4 (Nov. 6, 1971), vol. 3, no. 5 (Jul.  1972).

Folio.  Alex and Phyllis Eisenstein,  Chicago, IL,   (1972).

Foofaraw.  Fred Patten, 5156 Chesley Avenue, Los Angeles, CA  90043, no. 10 (Dec. 1963), no. 11 (Mar. 1964), no. 12  (Jun. 1964), no. 13 (Sept. 1964), no. 14 (Dec. 1964).

Foolscap.  Johnny Berry, Bronxville,   NY 10708.  no. 1 (May 1967).  Panshin Gifts: no. 9 (Nov. 1973),  no. 10 (1974), no. 11 (1976).

Footsteps.  Bill Munster, Westkill, NY 12492,  no. 4 (Summer 1984).

For Bems Only.  Vol. 1, no. 3 (May 1956).

For the Clerisy. Stern Words for Readers. B. Kresovich. Getzville, N.Y.  No. 36-39 (Oct. 1999 – June 2000), no. 43, 44, 44, 45, 46, two unnumbered,   48-50 (June 2001-May 2003).

Forry!  Los Angeles Science Fiction Society, (Dec. 2, 1966).

Forty Four Forty or Fight.  HOFFMA Nothing Publication,  Savannah, GA, (Aug. 1955).

Forty-Two.  Burning Bush Publications,  Kemblesville, PA 19347.  no. 1 (Jan. 1982).
 
Forum International.  Scandinavian Science Fiction Society,  Sweden, no. 1 (Jul. 1969).

FOSFA.  (The Falls of the Ohio Science Fiction and Fantasy   Association). See their publication Fosfax below.

Fosfax.  Louisville, KY, The Falls of the Ohio Science Fiction and   Fantasy Association (FOSFA).  No. 128 (June 1988), no. 148 (March 1990).  No. 179 (March 1996) through no. 212 (December 2005).

Fothpatlaw.  Pierre Versins, Lausanne, Switzerland,  vol. 1, no. 2 (undated).

Fout.  Martin Fleishman, Howard, NY,  no. 1 (June 1958).

Foxfire Un-numbered.  Lakemba, N.S.W., Australia, John Fox.  Unnumbered, for the October (no. 29) mailing of Applesauce [1980?].
 
Fractional Niekai.  Edward R. Meskys,   Livermore, CA 94551.  no. 9.5 (undated).

Francis X. Cheep-Cheep.  Chipmunk Press,   Johnstown, PA 15905.  no. 1 (undated).

Frap.  Bob Lichtman, 6137 South Croft Avenue, Los Angeles,  CA 90056, nos. 1-4 (Sept. 1963-Jul. 1964), no. 6  (Aug. 1964).

Fringe.  Mal Ashworth, Bradford   4 Yorks, England.  nos. 1, 2 (undated, May 1960).

Frogs in a Pond.  See: Applesauce 30 for contributed copy.

From Beyond the Dark Gateway.  Harry O. Morris, Jr.,   Albuquerque, New Mexico 87106.   vol. 1, no. 3   (Apr. 1974), vol. 1, no. 4 (Oct. 1977).

Frozen Frog, The.  Benoit Girard, Quebec, Canada  Nos. 1-11 (January 1992 – May 1995).  [In the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers: Nos. 5-9 (January 1993-May 1994)].

Frozen Weblog, The.  Amusements gathered from the Intermet [sic]  and set on paper.  Yonkers, N.Y., Arthur D. Hlavaty.  No. 1 [undated, 2000?].

Fuck the Tories.  London,, U.K., Judith Hanna & Joseph Nicholas.  Unnumbered  (September 1989).

Fun Weekly.  Calvin Demmon, 1002 East 66th Street,  Inglewood, CA, vol. 2, no. 1 (Mar. 18, 1962), vol. 2, no. 3  (Mar. 30, 1962), vol. 2, no. 4 (Apr. 6, 1962), no. 6 (undated),  no. 9 (Apr. 13, 1962), no. 10 (Apr. 22, 1962).

Future Focus.  Future Focus Science Fiction Specialties,  1301 Bernard Ave., Findlay, OH 45840, no. 8 (undated), no. 14  (undated).

Future Retrospective.  Cliff and Sue Biggers, 621 Olive  Street, Cedartown, GA 30125, no. 9/10 (Dec. 1976).

Futurist.  Redd Boggs, 2215 Benjamin Street, N.E.,  Minneapolis, MN, no. 1 (Spring 1950).


G Titles

G2.
  Joe and Robbie Gibson, 5380 Sobrante Avenue,  El Sobrante, Ca.  Vol. 2, nos. 1, 5 (Jun. 1962, Jan. 1963)
  No. 12 (May 1962)  Vol. 5, no. 4 (Jan. 1966)

The Gafiate's Intelligencer.  TGI, P.O. Box 409, Falls Church,  VA 22046, no. 431 (Sept. 10, 1983).

Galactic Outpost.  Richie Benyo, Box 229, Waller Hall,  Bloomsburg State College, Bloomsburg, PA 17815,  vol. 2, no. 2 (special issue no. 4) (Fall 1965).  FOLDER NOT IN BOX.

Galacticks.  Misty Mener.  Cleveland, OH.  Vol. 1, No. 7 (May 16, 1959). 

Gallery.  Chuck Derry, 7703 Alpine Street, District Heights,  MD, (combined with Amateur Journal) nos. 2, 8, 10  (Aug. 1958, Spring 1958, Summer 1959).

The Galloping Aardvark News.  Nebulus Books, 337 Harford Road,  Syracuse, NY 13208, no. 1 (May 1980).

Gambit.  Ted E. White, Baltimore, MD, nos. 25-28, 30-31 (undated).  and New York, NY, Nos 44, 47 (undated) 

Gamesman.  Creath Thorne, Route 4, Savannah, MO 64485,  vol. 1, no. 1 (undated).

Garage Floor.  Larry Stark and Jean Young, 11 Buene Vista Park,  Cambridge, MA, nos. 2, 3 (undated).

Gargoyle: A One-Shot.  Sandy Rosin, 163 West College Street,  Oberlin, OH, (Sept. 1955).

Gasconade.  Jean Young, 229 West College Street, Oberlin, OH,  (undated).

Gasp.  Gerald Stewart, 219 McRoberts Avenue, Toronto 10,  Ontario, Canada, nos. 6-7, 12-16 (2 issues labeled #16),  18, 20 (undated).

Gavage.  Curtis D. Janke, 1612 South 7th Street, Sheboygan,  WI, no. 3 (Nov. 1957).

Gavel Kind.  Suen Knudson, 203 Edge Street, Bryan, TX  77801, no. 4 (Winter 1981).

Gee Zee.  G.M. Carr, 5319 Ballard Avenue, Seattle, WA  (undated).

Gegenschein.  Eric Lindsay,  Faulconbridge,   NSW 2776, Australia.  nos. 9, 11 (1973), 53, 55-56, 59-86 (Dec. 1990 – Sept. 1999), 89,   91-94 (Nov. 2001 – Xmas 2002).   [In the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers: nos.   67-70, 72, 80, 84-86 (March 1993-Sept. 1999)].

Geis Letter.  Richard E. Geis.  Nos. 47-48, April and May 1998, No. 67, September 1999.

Gemini Fapa.  Marion Zimmer Bradley, Rochester, TX.  (May 1960).

Gemzine.  Gertrude M. Carr,  Seattle 7, WA.   nos. 4:7-4:9, 4:16-4:27, 4:38-4:42 (undated).

Genook.  Bill Kunkel, Glendale, NY 1127.  vol. 1, nos. 1-4 (Jun.-Dec. 1967).

Genre Plat.  Norfolk Howard People's Co-operative Press,  368 2nd Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94118, no. 5 (Fall 1983).

George Schithers' Con-Committee Chairman's Guide.  Dick Eney,  417 Fort Hunt Road, Alexandria, VA, (1965).  FOLDER NOT IN  BOX.

German Con News.  Manfred Kage, The German Con Committee,  Heidelberg, Germany, no. 1 (1970).

Ghost, the Saturday Evening.  P.O. Box 3581, Tulsa, OK,  no. 4 (undated).

Ghu Saplement.  John S. Davis, no. 37 (1958).

Gilgamesh.  No. 63 (April 1982; TCarr Publication #375.

The Glass of the Five Jars.  Arthur Metzger, 1171 Neeb Road,  Cincinnati, OH 45238, no. 8 (undated), no. 9 (undated),  no. 10 (Jan. 8, 1974).

Glass Pig.  Jerry Knight, 947 University Avenue,  Berkeley, CA, no. 2 (Jul. 1962).

Glubbdubdrib.  Redd Boggs, 2209 Highland Place, N.E.,  Minneapolis, MN, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1958).

Gnomenclature.  Al Curry, 3904 W. Liberty St., Cincinnati,  OH 45205, no. 2 (1978).

God Comics.  Al Kuhfeld, 816 Delaware Avenue, Minneapolis,  MN, no. 3 (undated).

Godless.  Bruce D. Arthurs, 527-98-3103, 57th Trans Co.,  Fort Lee, VA 23801, no. 5 (Nov. 1973).

Gods Graves and T.V. Sets.  Quandry Press, 101 Wagner Street,  Savannah, GA, (undated).

Golana.  Edward V. Dong, ed., Brooklyn Polytechnic Science  Fiction Club, 333 Jay Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, vol. 1, no. 1  (Dec. 1963), no. 6 (Spring 1966), no. 7 (Winter 1966), no. 8  (Spring 1967), no. 10 (Spring 1968), no. 11 (Spring 1969).

Golden Apple.  Dean A. Grennell, 402 Maple Avenue, Fond du Lac,  WI, nos. 3-4 (Apr.-Oct. 1961).

Golden Apples of the Stoat.  See Applesauce no. 30 for contributed copy.

Golden Atom.  Larry B. Farsaci, 48 Lewis Street, Rochester,  NY, vol. 1, no. 10 (Winter 1943).  (and one folder of ephemera, incl. The Golden Atom Story)

Goliard.  Karen Anderson, 3 Las Palomas, Orinda, CA 94563,  no. 833 (undated).

Gorbett.  David and Beth Gorman, 3315 Pauriston Drive, New  Castle, IN 47362, no. 3 (Mar. 1973).

Gothic.  Gothic Press, 4998 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, LA  70808, vol. 1, no. 1 (Jun. 1979), vol. 1, no. 2 (Dec. 1979),  vol. 2, no. 1 (Jun. 1980), vol. 2, no. 2 (Dec. 1980).

Gradient. Robert Sabella.  Budd Lake, N.J.  Nos. 13-15 (Dec. 1995 – January 1997)

Gradiation.  D. Gary Grady, 222 Forest Hills Drive,  Wilmington, NC, (Jul. 1968).

Gradus Ad Parnassum.  Don Fitch, 3908 Frijo, Covina, CA,  no. 1 (Feb. 1962).

Gradylogue.  Milton R. Grady, Private Press of Pillbox,  717 Fourth Street, Des Moines 14, no. 1 (Nov. 1953),  no. 2 (Jan. 1954), no. 7 (Oct. 1954).

Grand Balloon.  Binda Bushwacker, P.O. Box 24560, Los Angeles,  CA 90024, no. 18 (1973).

Granfalloon.  Linda and Ron Bushyager, 111 McDade Building,  Sutton Arms Apartments, Apt. 211 B, Folsom, PA 19033.  Folder #1: vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1968), vol. 1, no. 2  (Apr. 1968), vol. 1, no. 3 (Jun. 1968), vol. 1, no. 4  (Sept. 1968), vol. 1, no. 5 (Nov. 1968), vol. 2, no. 1 [#6]  (Jan. 1969), vol. 2, no. 1 [#7] (Oct. 1969), vol. 3, no. 1  [#8] (Jan. 1970).
                                                                                                              
  Folder #2: vol. 3, no. 2 [#9] (Jul. 1970), vol. 3, no. 3 [#10] (Nov. 1970), vol. 4, no. 1 [#11] (Feb. 1971), vol. 4, no. 2  [12] (May 1971), vol. 4, no. 3 [#13] (Aug. 1971).

  Folder #3: vol. 4, no. 4 [#14] (Nov. 1971), vol. 5, no. 1 [#15]  (Jan./Apr. 1972), vol. 5, no. 2 [#16] (Dec. 1972), vol. 6,  no. 1 [#17] (May 1973), vol. 6, no. 2 [#18] (Dec. 1973).

Granny Strikes Back.  See Applesauce 30 for contributed copy.
    
Grape Vine.  Vol. 1, no. 1 (July 1974).

Graymalkin.  Denise Parsley Leigh, 121 Nansen Street,  Cincinnati, OH 45216, vol. 1, no. 2 [#2] (1978), vol. 1, no. 3  (undated), vol. 2, no. 1 [#4] (June 1979) 2 copies, vol. 3, no.1  [#5] (1980) [#6] (Dec. 1981).

Great Sodacon McPhailure.  No. 1 (Jul. 3, 1959). FOLDER NOT IN  BOX.

Green and Golden Gryphon.  John Trimble, 5201 East Carson Street,  Long Beach, CA, no. 1 (Aug. 1959).

Gridley Wave.  House of Greystoke, 6657 Locust Street, Kansas  City, MO 64131.
  Nos. 2, 6 (Sept. 1960, Sept. 1962)  Nos. 9-12 (May 1963-Oct. 1963)  Nos. 14-15 (June 1964-Oct. 1964)

Grip.  Robewrta rogow.  Fair Lawn, N.J., Other Worlds Books.  No. 46 (November 1993).

Gripes of Rapp.  SAPS 44 mailing, (Jul. 1958).

Groggy.  Fairport, N.Y. Eric Mayer.  No. 31 (March 1991)

Grotesque.  Ed Martin, Box 2121, Hartford, Conn.,  2 unnumbered copies (undated, Winter 1962).

Grotty.  Rich Brown, 1014 N. Tuckahoe, Falls Church, VA  22046-3645, vol. 1, no. 1 (Dec. 8, 1984).

Ground Zero.  Belle C. Dietz, Apt. 4C, 1721 Grand Avenue,  New York 53, NY, nos. 1-5 (Mar. 1958-Feb. 1960).

Grove City Free Press.  Jeff Schalles, 173 McClellan Drive,  Pittsburgh, PA 15236, (May 1974).

Grue.  Dean A. Grennell, Fond du Lac, WI.  Nos. 24-26 (Summer 1955-Dec. 1955)  Nos. 29-31 (May 1958-Aug. 1963), 31b (Aug. 1969)
  Nos. 33, 36 (Feb. 1970, Nov. 1971)  Also, no. 31 of August 1963, FAPA mailing no. 104, was also issued in   Yandro issue no. 127 as a Yandro "rider".   [In the Carlos Roy Lavender Papers, nos. 31 and 33.]

Le Gruesome Zombie.  Bob Tucker and Dean Grennell, 402 Maple  Street, Fond du Lac, WI, vol. 1, no. 1 (Jul. 26, 1955).

Grunt.  Calvin W. Demmon, 31 West 76th Street, New York, NY,  nos. 1-4 (undated-May 1964), 1 unnumbered issue (undated).

Guadalconull Diary.  1 unnumbered (undated).

Guano.  Art Hayes, R.R. #3, Bancroft, Ontario, Canada,  nos. 14, 16, 18, 19 (Jan. 1965), 26, 40, 42-45, 47 (undated,  Sept. 1962, Jan. 1965, Mar. 1966, Dec. 1968, Jun. 1969-undated,  Mar. 1970).

Guess Who.  Len Bailes, Arnie Katz, nos. 1, 2 (undated).

GZ. El Sobrante, CA.  See legal length/oversize box at end of list.

Contents:
Part 1: Collection Overview
Part 2: Number titles, A-C
Part 3: D-G
Part 4: H-O
Part 5: P-S
Part 6: T-Z, unidentified