(October 31, 1922 – November 29, 1996)
In 1943, he got a job and started collecting sf and became an avid collector. In 1944 he visited LA, met many fans and bought large numbers of prozines. For the next ten years, he devoted himself to collecting, accumulating a huge collection.
He joined the N3F in 1944 and served it as both a vice-president (1947) and as president (1955). He founded Tightbeam and edited The National Fantasy Fan. He owned a ditto machine that F. T. Laney dubbed "Dittorium.” He was briefly OE of SAPS until he was overthrown by Karen Anderson for overreaching. He was a member of The Cult.
By the mid-50s, he estimated that he had 10,000 magazines, more than 2,000 books and so many fanzines that all he could do was weigh them. Unfortunately, he began to tire of collecting SF and turned to collecting English translations of the Bible and gafiated about the start of 1962. He was a charter member of the International Society of Bible Collectors. He was born in Montana and lived in Helena. He lost the use of an arm as a child, which kept him out of WW II.
His many bibliographic projects were never completed (or even started in some cases). His fanzine collection is now at the University of Maryland.
- ((nothing)) (for SAPS)
- AAAAA Plus [1950-51] (for SAPS)
- Astounding Letters
- The Fantasy Attic
- Faunch (for N'APA)
- Futusyn (for FAPA)
- The Insider (for FAPA)
- The National Fantasy Fan
- Overtime for Eyetracks
- Somnambulism (for FAPA)
- STEFCARD [1950-51]
- Stef HeadliNews 
- 'Tator (for SAPS)
- Thirteen (for FAPA)
- Tightbeam (at least one issue)
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1984 — Treasurecon 2
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