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A LA fan, mainly active in the 50s, who founded a group of fans called 20th Century Fandom and later became a member of LASFS. He was the honoree at the 1959 Fanquet, having sold a number of paintings. He was President (and possibly the only member) of the Science Fiction Fan Award Association.
He was the first editor of De Profundis and edited (with Ted Johnstone) the 1962 edition of The Enchanted Duplicator. He edited The Willis Papers and announced that he would write a history of LASFS.
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