It was at Nolacon that the famous Room 770 party was held.
There were six bids to host the 1952 World -Con — Chicago, San Francisco, Niagara Falls, New York, Atlanta, and Detroit. Chicago won. See 1952 Worldcon Site Selection.
A Premiere showing of 20th Century Fox's The Day the Earth Stood Still, based on Harry Bates' outstanding novella from Astounding Science Fiction, "Farewell to the Master." was held at the Saenger Theater
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Also involved: - 1951 Worldcon - 1951-worldcon - AFSF - Conspiracy '87 Reminiscence (Kyle) - Dave Kyle's Nolacon II Reminiscence - Down in the Bar! - DripCon - Ed Kuss - Fan Memoirs - Fantasia (Higgs) - File 770 - Hoaxes - Jack Jardine - Joan W. Carr - Lee Hoffman - Lee Hoffman Hoax - Max Keasler - New Orleans Area Fen - New Orleans Conventions - New Orleans Worldcon Bids - New Orleans in 1951 - Nola Con - Nola-con - Nolacon 1 - Nolacon I - Nolacon II - Nolacon-1 - Nolacon-i - Return With Us Now: 1968 - Rich Elsberry - St Charles Hotel - Station Luna - The Nolacon - The-nolacon - WAW With the Crew in '52 - Worldcons by Area
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