World Girdlers' International Science League Correspondence Club
The WGCC was a club which existed (briefly) around 1937. It was the brainchild of Vernon Harry in Los Angeles and was announced in the January 1937 issue of Fantasy Magazine. It never had more than a few members and folded when Harry went to work on a night shift.
It's unclear whether it was a bit of a scam from the beginning, or the product of teenage megalomania.
T. Bruce Yerke became a member just before it folded.
It was mentioned in Fancy 1 under WGCC:
|From Fancyclopedia 1 ca 1944|
|World Girdlers' Correspondence Club. One of the mushrooms of the First Transition. No other information available.|
Also involved: - WGCC - Wgcc - World Girdlers Correspondence Club - World-girdlers-correspondence-club - World-girdlers-international-science-league-correspondence-c
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