Battye collection

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Swancon has some items on file in the Battye state library collection. Battye's desire is to hold copies of our "publications": souvenir books, program books, progress reports, flyers, etc.

Our binding number is b17792150.

There no items in the Battye collection for years 1976 through 1985; 1987 & 88; and 1990-92. There were no holdings for 2013 forward.

Year Convention Convention # items
1986 SC11 Souvenir book (44pp) 1
1989 SC14 Progress Report 1 1
1993 SC18 Progress Report 3 1
1994 ConFusion Souvenir Book (A4, 36 pp) 1
1995 SC95 Souvenir Book (A4, 28 pp)
Folded advertising flyer
2
1996 SC 21 Programme book (A5, saddle stapled) 1
1997 SC22 Progress reports 2, 4, & 5
Programme book "Festive Happenings"
4
1998 SC23 Progress reports 1 through 6
5 booklets that collectively make up the con/souvenir book
A5 leaflet
Wrap Up Report
Tin Duck Nomination form
14
1999 SC24 Progress reports 2 & 3 2
2000 SC2000 Progress report (unnumbered, presumed to be #1)
Progress reports 2, 3, & 4
"Muppets from space" film screening flyer
2 * A5 flyers; Nominations form
Programme book
9
2001 SC26 (nothing) 0
2002 SC27 Programme book
Tin Duck nomination form
Ditmar nomination form
Tin Duck voting form
Art show regulations and registration form
5
2003 SC28 (nothing) 0
2004 SC29 Progress report 0
"Passport"
"Timeline"
"The SwanCon Channel"
4
2005 SCXXX Program book 1
2006 SC31 Progress report 0
Official programme
2
2007 SC32 Progress report 0
Convention book
2
2008 SC33 Con/souvenir book
A5 flyer
2
2009 SC34 Progress reports 1 & 2
Convention book
3
2010 SC35 Program guide
Souvenir book
'Retcon' bid leaflet
3
2011 SC36/NatCon50 3 flyers (two A5, one A4) 3
2012 SC37 A5 flyer
Program (A5)
Large print program (A4)
3


There is a Swancon 5 poster in a separate Battye catalog entry. There is also some Chronopolis material in a separate entry -- presumably they didn't realise that Chronopolis was an instance of Swancon.

External links:

Battye library link

"Battye collection" on history.sf.org.au

"In which our intrepid explorers visit the Battye" on history.sf.org.au