Virginia Laney Daugherty
(April 20, 1922 – January 17, 1985)
Los Angeles fan Virginia Daugherty (née Laney) published the fanzines Black Flames and Wolf Fan under the penname “Jim-E Daugherty” and sometimes wrote as “Jimmy Laney.” She was a member of LASFS and attended the Pacificon.
In Shangri-LA 1 (April 1940), T. Bruce Yerke reported that Walt Daugherty had recruited both Virginia and Eleanor O'Brien into LASFS, and that they were working together on an entertainment committee. Jimmy wrote more about Eleanor later in the issue. Eleanor would become Walt’s first wife in 1941; they divorced not long afterward.
It’s tempting to suggest she was somehow related to Francis Towner Laney, but evidence says not.
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