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    [Science Fiction]. [Myrtle Douglas]. Stephan the STfan. [N.p., STF's Radigal, 1940]. Second edition. Early science fiction fanzine by Myrtle Douglas, known in the sci-fi community as Morojo. This eight page pamphlet was originally created for the first World Science Fiction Convention held in 1939. A collection of mimeographed sheets with several blank pages at rear for collecting autographs, this copy contains approximately fifty original signatures, including Morojo herself. Other notable names include Forrest J. Ackerman, Robert W. Lowndes, Robert A. Palmer, and Otto Binder. Publisher's original paper wrappers. Measures approximately 8.5 x 5.5 inches. Lightly sunned, creased, chipped and soiled. Very good.

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