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'''The Society for the Preservation of the History of Science Fiction Fandom - The Timebinders''' is a loosely knit collective of [[fans]] interested in promoting the preservation of [[fanzines]] and [[fannish]] artifacts and the promotion of [[fanhistorical]] research.  It seems to be moribund.
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'''The Society for the Preservation of the History of Science Fiction Fandom — The Timebinders''' is a loosely knit collective of [[fans]] interested in promoting the preservation of [[fanzines]] and [[fannish]] artifacts and the promotion of [[fanhistorical]] research.  It seems to be moribund, although some of its members are active volunteers for the [[FANAC Fan History Project]] and [[Fancyclopedia 3]].  
  
It was formed at the first [[FanHistoriCon]] in 1994.  
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It was formed at the first [[FanHistoriCon]] in 1994, and for a time had an active email list, organized by [[Dick Smith]].  
  
See also [[timebinding]].
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{{link | website=http://fanac.org/timebinders/| text=Timebinders website}}.
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See also: [[Timebinding]].
  
{{link | website=http://fanac.org/timebinders/| text=Timebinders website}}.
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:20, 9 February 2021

The Society for the Preservation of the History of Science Fiction Fandom — The Timebinders is a loosely knit collective of fans interested in promoting the preservation of fanzines and fannish artifacts and the promotion of fanhistorical research. It seems to be moribund, although some of its members are active volunteers for the FANAC Fan History Project and Fancyclopedia 3.

It was formed at the first FanHistoriCon in 1994, and for a time had an active email list, organized by Dick Smith.

Timebinders website (IA).

See also: Timebinding.



Club Reasonator 1994
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