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=Swancon 6=
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The 6th Western Australian regional science fiction convention, run over the Easter weekend -- Friday 17th to 20th April, 1981 (Easter weekend)
  
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Dates: Friday 17th to 20th April, 1981 (Easter weekend)
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==The Convention ==
  
==Committee==
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===Guests===
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Anthony Peacey
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===Venue===
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The Royal George in Fremantle (more of an ex-hotel at this point)
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===Committee===
  
 
Chair : Barbara De La Hunty  
 
Chair : Barbara De La Hunty  
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Program: ??
 
Program: ??
  
==Venue==
 
The Royal George in Fremantle (more of an ex-hotel at this point)
 
  
==Guests==
 
Anthony Peacey
 
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
  
==Oral History and Reminiscences==
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===Oral History and Reminiscences===
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==Publications and Productions ==
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==References==
  
  
==Documents==
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==External Links==
 
These are mostly links to transcripts that have been done for the Australian Science Fiction Distributed Archive Project (ASFDAP) on its blog [http://history.sf.org.au/ 'This!']
 
These are mostly links to transcripts that have been done for the Australian Science Fiction Distributed Archive Project (ASFDAP) on its blog [http://history.sf.org.au/ 'This!']
  

Revision as of 13:13, 24 January 2017

The 6th Western Australian regional science fiction convention, run over the Easter weekend -- Friday 17th to 20th April, 1981 (Easter weekend)

The Convention

Guests

Anthony Peacey

Venue

The Royal George in Fremantle (more of an ex-hotel at this point)

Committee

Chair : Barbara De La Hunty

Publicity: ??

Treasurer: ??

Venue Organizer: ??

Program Organizer: ??

Others: ??

Program: ??


History

Oral History and Reminiscences

Publications and Productions

References

External Links

These are mostly links to transcripts that have been done for the Australian Science Fiction Distributed Archive Project (ASFDAP) on its blog 'This!'