These awards have been bestowed by various Worldcon committes, not voted on by ballot.
1993 Takumi Shibano
1991 Andrew I. Porter for many years of excellence in editing SF Chronicle
1991 Elst Weinstein for starting up and continuing the Hogus
1989 Alex Schomburg for lifetime achievement in science fiction art
1989 SF-Lovers Digest for pioneering the use of computer bulletin boards in fandom
1988 The SF Oral History Association
1984 Robert Bloch for fifty years as a science fiction professional
1984 Larry T. Shaw for lifetime achievement as a science fiction editor
1982 Mike Glyer for "keeping the fan in fanzine publishing"
1981 Edward L. Ferman for his effort to expand and improve the field
1977 George Lucas for Star Wars
1976 James E. Gunn for Alternate Worlds, The Illustrated History of Science Fiction
1975 Walt Lee for Reference Guide to Fantastic Films
1975 Donald A. Wollheim as "the fan who has done everything"
1974 Chesley Bonestell for his illustrations
1973 Pierre Versins for L'Encyclopedie de l'Utopie et de la science fiction
1972 Club du Livre d'Anticipation (France) for excellence in book production
1972 Harlan Ellison for excellence in anthologizing (Again, Dangerous Visions)
1972 Nueva Dimension (Spain) for excellence in magazine production
1969 Neil Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin, and Michael Collins for "The Best Moon Landing Ever"
1968 Gene Roddenberry for Star Trek
1968 Harlan Ellison for Dangerous Visions
1967 CBS Television for 21st Century
1963 Isaac Asimov for science articles in Fantasy & Science Fiction
1963 P. Schuyler Miller for book reviews in Analog
1962 Cele Goldsmith for editing Amazing and Fantastic
1962 Fritz Leiber and the Hoffman Electric Corp. for the use of science fiction in advertisements
1962 Donald H. Tuck for The Handbook of Science Fiction and Fantasy
1960 Hugo Gernsback as "The Father of Magazine Science Fiction"
1955 Sam Moskowitz as "Mystery Guest" and for his work on past conventions
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