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Mary Wilson, a fanartist, was active in the 1950s and ’60s. She sometimes used the penname Pancho Picasso, a takeoff on Lynn Hickman's "Plato Jones" and Dean Grennell's "Socrates Smith." Pancho was known for drawing "Genuine Rotsler Girls."
She was married to fan Don Wilson. The 1960 Directory of SF Fandom records the couple living in Hayward, California; the next edition lists them in Hilo, Hawaii. In 1966, Don is cited alone and living in New York.
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