Cleveland in '54

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Little is known about this Worldcon bid. It appears that they did no advance bidding — bidding wasn't an established tradition yet — and relied entirely on activities at Philcon II, where the site for 1954 was decided.

See 1954 Site Selection results

Eugene J. Burdum represented the bid committee and Noreen Falasca seconded. Nonetheless, the came in second to San Francisco in '54.

This is a bid page. Please extend it by adding information about who was bidding, officers, committee list, what they were bidding for, who their opponents were, and anything notable about the bid, etc.

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