The Willis Papers

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A collection of fan writing by Walt Willis conceived by George W. Fields and published by Ted Johnstone in 1961, with cover art by Bjo Trimble and interior illos by ATom.

According to richard w. brown in Boonfark 3 (November 1979, p. 16):

George had announced plans for publication of THE WILLIS PAPERS, but he apparently got into something of a snit when the Berkeley Bhoys brought out the INCOMPLETE BURBEE as a Burbday Commemorative in April of '58 -- THE WILLIS PAPERS came out in ’60-61 under the aegis of Taj and Bruce Pelz, with Ted subsequently acting as editor and Bruce as publisher on reissuing THE ENCHANTED DUPLICATOR. 

Publication 1961
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