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The New Orleans Consolacon was held Labor Day weekend (September 1-4) 1961. This was a gathering of the clan for those unable to make it to Seacon, the 1961 Seattle, WA Worldcon. It was hosted / chaired by Emile Greenleaf and Jan Penney (aka Jan Sadler Penney Samules) editor of SLANder.

The GoH was Daniel F. Galouye whose first novel Dark Universe had just been published.

Future NOSFAn Rick Norwood from Franklin, LA was there.

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