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(February 10, 1915 – March 5, 1993)
Julius Postal, a New York fan active from the 1940s through the ’70s, was an early member of ESFA. He belonged to the Lunarians, served on the committee of the aborted Faircon in 1964, and worked on Lunacons. Later, he belonged to WSFA.
He had an electrostenciller and is credited with making e-stencils for a number of fanzines, among them Algol and Spockanalia.
He was married to fellow fan Naomi Postal, and they introduced their daughter, Robin, to fandom. Robin later married fan and pro Ted White.
Julius worked as a recording engineer.
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