This collection includes material from a wide variety of fandoms dating from 1976-present, including several one-of-a-kind "custom zines," DVDs of vids, and convention materials.
Twenty-three large boxes — almost 1,500 zines — dating from the late 1970s to present. Includes Star Trek, Star Wars, various cop shows, Stargate, The X-Files, and Robin Hood.
This is a large collection of classic zines from the 1970s and early 1980s. It includes such titles as The Green Dome (The Prisoner), Locus, Menagerie, Spockanalia, Future Wings, The Goddess Uhura, and the Kraith Collected Volumes 1-6. Other notable items include Sing A Song of Trekkin (A Fun-Filled Folio of 20 Trekker "Filk" Songs), and several years' worth of annuals from the J.D.I.F.C.
Susan Hill's collection encompasses a number of British-made Blake's 7 zines and letterzines, as well as a few from other fandoms and some multimedia zines from the 1990s. The collection also features programs and other con materials from MediaWest and InConJunction, as well as a copy of "The Professional's Drinking Game."
A collection of hundreds of zines from the late 1970s to the early 1990s, featuring fandoms such as Blake's 7, Sherlock Holmes, Doctor Who, Star Wars, Star Trek, Max Headroom, and Forever Knight.
The general OTW collection includes a wide variety of analog fanworks. Materials in this collection have been donated by numerous fans, some of whom wish to remain anonymous.
The Fanzine Archive Collection contains thousands of fanzines focused on Star Wars that were originally collected by Lucasfilm Ltd., producer of the Star Wars series. This collection was offered back to fans in the 1990s, and a California fan named Mariellen Wathne accepted it and began a lending library to distribute zines among fans. In addition to Star Wars fanzines, there are also many fanzines related to Star Trek, including some of the most important early pieces.