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Also known as '''The Tucker Fund''', The Tucker Bag was a one-off [[fan fund]] to bring [[Bob Tucker]] to [[Aussiecon]] in 1975.  ''[[The Really Incompleat Bob Tucker]]'' was published as part of this.  The administrators of the fund were [[Bruce Gillespie]] and [[Jackie Franke]].
 
Also known as '''The Tucker Fund''', The Tucker Bag was a one-off [[fan fund]] to bring [[Bob Tucker]] to [[Aussiecon]] in 1975.  ''[[The Really Incompleat Bob Tucker]]'' was published as part of this.  The administrators of the fund were [[Bruce Gillespie]] and [[Jackie Franke]].
  
An occasional [[fan fund]] [[newszine]] ''[[Tucker Bag]]'' was published to raise funds.
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Among the items [[auction]]ed for the fund was one of Bob’s socks. [[Bruce Townley]] bought it for $10 in a fundraiser orchestrated by [[Donn Brazier]] in ''[[Title]].''
  
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An occasional [[fan fund]] [[newszine]] ''Tucker Bag'' was published to raise funds. It was sent to contributors to [[The Tucker Bag]] or was available for a 10¢ stamp.
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[http://fanac.org/fanzines/TuckerBag Issues at FANAC]
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Revision as of 18:03, 9 August 2020

Also known as The Tucker Fund, The Tucker Bag was a one-off fan fund to bring Bob Tucker to Aussiecon in 1975. The Really Incompleat Bob Tucker was published as part of this. The administrators of the fund were Bruce Gillespie and Jackie Franke.

Among the items auctioned for the fund was one of Bob’s socks. Bruce Townley bought it for $10 in a fundraiser orchestrated by Donn Brazier in Title.

An occasional fan fund newszine Tucker Bag was published to raise funds. It was sent to contributors to The Tucker Bag or was available for a 10¢ stamp.

Issues at FANAC



Fanfund Reasonator 1975
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