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Author Services, Inc.

at 7051 Hollywood
Boulevard, also housing
Galaxy Press and the
L. Ron Hubbard
Theatre.

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The Author
Services, Inc.
Reception

"Poe, Sir Walter Scott
and Mark Twain ended
their lives dead broke.
That was because they
did not retain
Author Services, Inc."
graces the wall of
Author Services
Reception.

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The Author
Services, Inc.
Library

The library at Author
Services, Inc., presents
the full body of
L. Ron Hubbard's
fiction literary legacy. On
the shelves are well over
two hundred titles from
almost every conceivable
genre, published and
distributed in nearly a
hundred countries.

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The Author
Services, Inc.
Writers of the
Future Hall

The shelves of this hall
are lined with hundreds
of novels, novelettes and
short-story collections
authored by Contest
winners and esteemed
judges. Also prominently
displayed are
award-winning
illustrations from the

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Illustrators Contest
and the numerous
recognitions presented to
contest administrators.
The coveted Golden Pen
and Golden Brush
Awards bestowed
annually to the winning
writers and illustrators
are exhibited here.

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The Author
Services, Inc.
Board Room

The board room serves
to meet with publishers,
distributors and
entertainment industry
professionals from
around the world. In
addition to original
L. Ron Hubbard fiction
and aviation magazine
cover art displays,

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the poster for "The Secret
of Treasure Island "
a fifteen-episode
Columbia Pictures serial
Mr. Hubbard adapted
from his "Murder of
Pirate Castle"—is also
prominently displayed.

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The Author
Services, Inc.
Lounge

In the lounge and coffee
bar, is a small selection of
the tens of thousands of
photographs taken by
L. Ron Hubbard during
his world travels and
many sojourns.

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The L. Ron Hubbard
Theatre

Where live
theatrical readings
of L. Ron Hubbard's
tales are performed
weekly. The theatre also
serves as a venue for
events and seminars
centered around
the works of
Mr. Hubbard.