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The International Wizard of Oz Club is an association of Oz enthusiasts, formed in 1957 with sixteen founding members. Fifty years later it has well over 1,300 members.
They also give out an annual L. Frank Baum Memorial Award with recipents including Dick Martin (1961), Ruth Plumly Thompson (1968), John Fricke (1970), Eloise Jarvis McGraw and Lauren Lynn McGraw (1983), Rachel Cosgrove Payes (1995), Eric Shanower (1996), Willard Carroll (2001), and Gregory Maguire (2014) along with the author's family relatives Harry Neal Baum (1963; uncredited co-author of various books), Edna D. Baum and Elizabeth Ligon Baum (1966), Ozma Baum Mantele and Dr. Robert A. Baum (1984), and Robert Baum (2002).
By Gina Wickwar
- The Forbidden Fountain of Oz Eloise Jarvis McGraw and Lauren McGraw Wagner
- The Ozmapolitan of Oz by Dick Martin (1986)
- The Wicked Witch of Oz by Rachel Cosgrove (1993)
- Frank Joslyn Baum
- Ruth Berman
- John A. Croghan
- Nancy C. Dorian
- Alla T. Ford (as Mrs. Robert G. Ford)
- Martin Gardner
- David L. Greene
- Douglas G. Greene
- Russell P. MacFall
- Mary McClain
- Fred M. Meyer
- Robert R. Pattrick
- Justin G. Schiller
- Gertrude Whittum
- Steven Yaffe
- Hyman Zelkowitz
- Margaret Hamilton
- Jack Snow
- Eloise Jarvis McGraw
- Eric Shanower
- Rachel Cosgrove Payes
- Willard Carroll
- Robert Allison Baum, Jr., L. Frank Baum's great-grandson
- Ray Bradbury (his short story The Exiles mentions that the Emerald City and its inhabitants exist alongside other famous literary characters on a martian colony)