OSA Pow-Wow

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A tiny convention held at the Huckins Hotel in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in early June 1939 by the Oklahoma Scientifiction Association.

Attendees included Dan McPhail, Jack Speer, on vacation from DC, and Walter Sullivan sometime of Queens, plus such astral beings as the Invisible Man, Injun Joe, Lawrence Paschall, Walter Jackson, and John A. Bristol‏‎.

In an account he gave of it at Oklacon I in 1953, McPhail said five people were present.

From Fancyclopedia 1, ca. 1944
Powwow – A conference of the OSA in 1939.
From Fancyclopedia 1, ca. 1944
From Conference – In June 1939 the OSA Powwow met in an Oklahoma City hotel room, attended by McPhail and former Oklahomans from Washington and New Mexico/Flushing.

See Early Conventions.

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