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[Science fiction convention publications]
Bib ID 1713508
Format BookBook
Description Australia : Various non-commercial publishers, 1974-<1999> 
v. : ill. ; 21-30 cm. 
Incomplete contents
  • Ozcon 74. Programme book; Con pack items; Progress report 3
  • Aussiecon 1975. Programme book; Con pack items
  • Eastercon 79. Programme book
  • Trekcon 2 1980. Progress report
  • Unicon 6 1980. Programme book
  • Advention 81. Progress report 4; Programme book.
  • Anderthon 1981. Programme book
  • Cinecon 1981. Programme book
  • The Convention of the Great Klingnon Empire, 1981. Programme book; [Play programme]; Language guide
  • Trekcon 2, [1981]. Post -con report
 
Subjects Star trek (Television program)  |  Science fiction, Australian - Congresses.  |  Television programs.

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