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In the early 60s he was a big [[Tolkien]] [[fan]] and compiled a giant card-file of all the proper names in ''[[LotR]]'' and ''[[The Hobbit]]'' giving page references, relationships to other characters or places or things, and a definition if necessary. The first part of it appeared in ''[[Rhodomagnetic Digest]] #2''.  
 
In the early 60s he was a big [[Tolkien]] [[fan]] and compiled a giant card-file of all the proper names in ''[[LotR]]'' and ''[[The Hobbit]]'' giving page references, relationships to other characters or places or things, and a definition if necessary. The first part of it appeared in ''[[Rhodomagnetic Digest]] #2''.  
  
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A Bay Area fan who co-chaired Pacificon II, the 1964 Worldcon. He was an active member of the Elves, Gnomes, and Little Men's Chowder, Science Fiction, and Marching Society and edited several issues of Rhodomagnetic Digest. He also chaired Westercon 16. He was a member of the unsuccessful Berkeley in '67 Westercon bid.

In the early 60s he was a big Tolkien fan and compiled a giant card-file of all the proper names in LotR and The Hobbit giving page references, relationships to other characters or places or things, and a definition if necessary. The first part of it appeared in Rhodomagnetic Digest #2.


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