George Gordon Clark

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G. G. Clark, an energetic Brooklyn fan, was member #1 of the Science Fiction League and founder of the first SFL chapter, the Brooklyn SFL.

For being among the first tensome to sign up after the club was announced in May 1934, George got his name in the July ’34 issue of Wonder Stories, and, having sent appropriate letters first to the prozine and then to Dr. David H. Keller, received an autographed letter and the original manuscript of “The Pent House” from the good doctor, as announced in the September 1934 issue.

Clark built up a large sf collection, bought a mimeo and published The Brooklyn Reporter. His time in fandom was not long, but it was busy!

Fred Pohl described him as “as sort of belligerently defensive-looking most of the time.”

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