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([[Harry Warner]] comments that some of the other [[bidders]] for the 1953 [[Worldcon]] were from cities with fewer fans than New York had cliques.)
 
([[Harry Warner]] comments that some of the other [[bidders]] for the 1953 [[Worldcon]] were from cities with fewer fans than New York had cliques.)
  
At the last moment, just before voting at [[Chicon II]], [[Kyle]] dramatically withdrew his [[bid]] in favor of [[Philadelphia in '1953]] which won.
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At the last moment, just before voting at [[Chicon II]], [[Kyle]] dramatically withdrew his [[bid]] in favor of [[Philadelphia in '53]] which won.
  
 
See [[1953 Worldcon Site Selection]] for details.
 
See [[1953 Worldcon Site Selection]] for details.

Latest revision as of 02:25, 29 March 2020

A bid to host the 1953 Worldcon in New York City which was comprised of five New York City fan groups and led by Dave Kyle. This was an exceptionally complicated race (see 1953 Worldcon Site Selection for details, and included two bids from New York City (the other was the Queens SFL in '53, led by Will Sykora, a long-time rival of Kyle's and a Niagara Falls in '53 bid from Upstate.

(Harry Warner comments that some of the other bidders for the 1953 Worldcon were from cities with fewer fans than New York had cliques.)

At the last moment, just before voting at Chicon II, Kyle dramatically withdrew his bid in favor of Philadelphia in '53 which won.

See 1953 Worldcon Site Selection for details.


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