Robert Studley was an early fan who discovered fandom when he attended the First Worldcon in New York and then joined the Queens SFL. He was one of the charter members of The National Fantasy Fan Federation (N3F) in 1941 and was a member of the Futurian Science-Literary Society of New York.
He published The Sciential with Tom Huguet, was a co-editor of Cosmic Tales, and in 1941 served as an editor of Bonfire, the official fanzine of the N3F.
He was the subject of a Founding Members article by Jon D. Swartz in
December, 2017 issue National Fantasy Fan (IA).
For an early short biography, see
Who's Who in Fandom 1940 (IA).
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