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    Julius Schwartz - SF Fandom Correspondence File. Letters from big-name creators and fans to Julie are the focus of this spectacular lot. Included are signed letters of interest from Colleen Doran, Mort Weisinger, Irwin Hasen, Michael Eury, Wendy Pini, Richard Howell, Trina Robbins, John Morrow, and Shel Dorf, as well as Jack Williamson's China diary, a seven page memoir by Julie, hand-written on DC stationery, sundry newspaper clippings and articles, an edited interview of Julie by Mark Voger about the creation of Showcase, as well as the printed story that appeared in the Asbury Park Press on September 24, 1995, a photocopy of Gil Kane's ten page script for "Superman After Apocalypse," and an edited copy of Joe Desris' introduction for the Tiny Folios edition of Detective Comics #301-600 covers. It's a cross-section of comic fandom's finest! From the collection of Julius Schwartz.

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    February, 2005
    9th-10th Wednesday-Thursday
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