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Agacon 74 : 23 thru 25 Aug 74 : report two
Bib ID 6816958
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Agacon (1974 : Atlanta, Georgia)
 
Description Atlanta, GA : Joe Celko, 1974 
10 unnumbered pages : illustrations, 1 map ; 23 cm + 1 envelope. 
Series

John Ryan Comic Collection.

Summary

AGACON '74 was the 12th [publication erroneously cites it as the 13th] Annual Deep South Science Fiction Conference, to be held in Atlanta, GA at the Sheraton-Biltmore Hotel on the 23 thru 25 of August, 1974.

Full contents
  • Map of Atlanta
  • Editorial
  • Costumes
  • Awards
  • Main meeting room
  • Hotel
  • Fees
  • Films
  • Revel
  • VIPs
 
Biography/History

"AgaCon was the name given to DeepSouthCon when it was held in Atlanta, GA. It apparently was not otherwise held. DeepSouthCon 12 (also called AgaCon '74) was held August 23-25, 1974 in Atlanta, GA. Membership was 178. Chaired by Joe Celko and Sam Gastfriend. Ken Moore won the Rebel Award and George Alec Effinger was the Phoenix winner. There apparently was no Guest of Honor" -- Fancyclopedia 3.

Notes

An envelope is stapled in the middle of the publication, and contains a hotel room reservation card specifically for people attending the conference.

Subjects Science fiction -- History and criticism -- Congresses.  |  Science fiction -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Celko, Joe  |  Sheraton-Biltmore Hotel (Atlanta, Georgia), host institution  |  DeepSouthCon (1974 : Atlanta, Georgia)
Also Titled

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