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Sub-Series — Document box 9-11
Scope and Contents Fanzines created by fans of "Star Trek: The Original Series" throughout the 1960s and 1970s, the first fanzines dedicated to an existing work of science fiction.Contains fan art, fan fiction, and critical analyses, Star Trek fanzines set a precedent for the level of engagement fans could have with a work of fiction, building a long-lasting community that influenced the trends of media fandoms and fanworks.Most of the editors for these early Star Trek fanzines were women,...
Series — Document box 9-12
Scope and Contents Professional and nonprofessional publications containing Star Trek content, including early fanzines made in response to "Star Trek: The Original Series, production documents for the creation of "Star Trek: The Original Series," and assorted books and magazines on various Star Trek properties.
Scope and Contents The Science Fiction Fanzine Sample collection is comprised of 82 titles, and a total of 116 individual fanzine issues. Although related to Science Fiction Periodicals, fanzines were developed by fans of Science Fiction (along with other genres and topics). Sometimes a zine brought a small group of fans together, other times it was a source of cultural exchange for the masses. But zines all have one common element: the celebration and exploration of science fiction and other genres.
Scope and Contents Collection of mixed materials from various donors that includes scripts and production documents from the original televison series (1964-1969), fan magazines (fanzines), and assorted collectibles and memorabilia from the television series' and motion pictures.