High Points

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'''High Points''' was a zine edited and published by Elsie B. Wollheim and published in 1945 from Forest Hills, NY, U.S.A.
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'''High Points''' was a zine edited and published by Elsie B. Wollheim and published in 1945 from Forest Hills, New York, U.S.A.
''High Points'' was distributed through the Vanguard Amateur Press Association (VAPA).
''High Points'' was distributed through the Vanguard Amateur Press Association (VAPA).
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The first issue (March 1945) included writing by Elsie and Mike Quin.
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The first issue appeared in March 1945, and included writing by Elsie and Mike Quin.
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The second issue (September 1945) included writing by Elsie and Donald A. Wollheim.
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The second issue, released in September 1945, included writing by Elsie and husband [[Donald Wollheim]], editor of [[The Phantagraph]].
There were no further issues.
There were no further issues.
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High Points Issue 1 March 1945
High Points
Issue 1 March 1945

High Points was a zine edited and published by Elsie B. Wollheim and published in 1945 from Forest Hills, New York, U.S.A.

High Points was distributed through the Vanguard Amateur Press Association (VAPA).

The first issue appeared in March 1945, and included writing by Elsie and Mike Quin.

The second issue, released in September 1945, included writing by Elsie and husband Donald Wollheim, editor of The Phantagraph.

There were no further issues.

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