49th Ward Regular Science Fiction Organization, Inc.
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An Illinois 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation created by Neil Rest to sponsor the Bermuda Triangle Bid for the 1988 Worldcon. Rest was President, Alexia Heble was VP, and Hillarie Riley was Secretary.
The bid's name was a joking reference to the Chicago Democratic Party machine.
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