New Orleans Science-Fantasy Society

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NOSFS was a group of New Orleans fans founded January 4, 1949 (with 9 people at the meeting) that produced the unsuccessful New Orleans in 1950 and the successful New Orleans in 1951 Worldcon bids and that hosted the 1951 Worldcon (NOLAcon). Members included Harry B. Moore, Daniel F. Galouye, Jack Stocker and others.


Club Search: Fanac, Fan, Pro, SFE, Wikipedia, Reasonator 1949

Also involved: - Capicon in '50 - NOSFS - New Orleans Fan Groups / Clubs - New Orleans Science-Fiction Society - New-orleans-science-fantasy-society - New-orleans-science-fiction-society - Nosfs

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