m001. Fandom-Related Collections
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of fanzines and science fiction convention materials from Connecticut-based fan Knapp, mostly dealing with Star Trek but including other media properties as well.
Fan writer and editor. A collection of science fiction fanzines, primarily consisting of pieces of fan fiction, and a few related items, including some science fiction convention materials. Collection of fanzines, encompassing a number of different fandoms, assembled by fan writer and editor Hotaling-Lyons.
The Charles Wells Science Fiction and Fanzine Collection consists of two boxes that contains materials ranging from 1952-1992. Box 1 contains four books by Sam Moskowitz, Robert Bloch, Bertram Chandler, and Harry Warner, Jr. respectively. Box 2 contains incomplete volumes of the following: Fancyclopedia II (1959), Quandry (1950-1953), Scifi 5 Yearly (1951), Slant (1952/3), inlcuding a copy of Arthur Thomson's Atom Anthology, a 10th Anniversary World Science-Fiction Convention Program (1952); and a folder with a copy of Fiendetta #2 (1952), The Chattahoochee, Okefenokee, and Ogeechee Occasional Gazette cominbed with the Wassaw and Ossabaw Backwater Journal and Tangent plus rotogravure-type section: a la Tabunko with added feature portions of Luna Pono, an incomplete copy of The Polaroid Diary, A Fanzine with Depth (1953), and loose pages from unidentified zines.
Oregon-based fan and collector of fanzines. Collection of fanzines - mostly fan fiction -, mainly from Star Trek but also for other SF and genre media properties.
The Deidre Johnson Media Fandom Materials has a collecting emphasis on the television series Battlestar Galactica.
Noted science fiction fan and fanzine editor from Seattle, Washington. Correspondence, together with some additional ephemera.
Star Trek fanzines.
Collection of fanzines (primarily fan fiction) and other materials, including episode scripts, devoted to the 1960s cult television show The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
Collection of materials related to the actor David McCallum, assembled by the president of his official fan club. Materials include books, posters, ephemera, photographs, audio and visual recordings, and other items.
A collection of science fiction, fantasy, mystery and other genre apazines (publications similar to newsletters or fanzines, and published by fan groups called Amateur Press Associations, or apas).
Collection of materials from the National Fantasy Fan Federation (N3F), a major and venerable SF fannish organization. Materials include administrative documents, publications, and records from N3F subsidiary bodies.
Materials produced for or relating to numerous science fiction conventions, including progress reports, advertisements, newsletters, and assorted ephemera.
A large collection, stretching across most of the 20th century, of science fiction fanzines.
This collection is notable for containing unique production materials related to the ThousandWorlds and JediStarDarkFalconKnight Star Wars fanzines, which were produced by Nowakowska herself. Original artwork, correspondence, and large proof and layout pages are included. The collection also includes letters between Lucasfilm, Ltd. and fanzine editors in the early 1980s. These letters are examples of how copyright controversies have played out in fandom through the years.
Collection of fanzines written for the Blake's 7 fandom, from 1979 to 2005.
Large assemblage of fanzines and works of fan fiction relating to multiple media fandoms, including Star Trek, Star Wars, and other movies and television shows. Contains fanzines and fanfiction relating to various SF media properties, including Star Wars and Star Trek.
This collection contains creations from the Star Trek and Star Wars fandoms of the 1970s and 1980s, with some material as early as 1966 and as recent as 2016 (the Star Trek 50th Anniversary).
Mary Jennara Wenk was an active member of the Star Trek and Star Wars fan communities of the time, attending conventions, collecting fan art, and engaging in lively correspondence with other fans, as well as creating award-winning content for fanzines. This collection represents her active lifestyle, containing a number of Star Trek zines, a sizable stack of fan art--including a painting done by surprise artist Hal Clement--correspondence, convention material, and an impressive collection of 3D objects. This last category notably includes a pair of ears worn on the set by Leonard Nimoy (and the Barbie purse in which they were delivered), three handmade dolls, a hand-carved shell, and two Starfleet Academy class rings.