(November 1, 1923–April 10, 2004)
He grew up in rural Wisconsin and was in the Army Air Corps during World War II. In the 1950s he became active in fandom. His best-known fanzine was Grue, begun in 1953. The title Grue ("The Fan's Magazine") was a play on words for a popular men's magazine True, "The Man's Magazine".
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