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The Southern Fandom Group was a regional club founded in 1960 by Al Andrews of Alabama and Lloyd D. Broyles of Waco, TX. Al Andrews was its first (and only) Director.

It was intended to be a club for Southern fans and was organized along the lines of the N3F. It published a newsletter, The Southern Fan, but was most notable for spurring the creation of SFPA. It quickly fell apart for lack of activity, ending in 1963, but the idea was revived about a decade later at DeepSouthCon, giving rise to the SFC.

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