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There were four issues of "I Palantir" before the organization was disbanded.
I Palantir 1 was published in August 1960 and contains 17 pages. The cover is by John Harness. Contains material by by George Heap, Arthur R. Weir, and Richard Eney.
- "Departure in Peace" by George Heap (first known fan fiction based on Tolkien to be published)
- "A Study of hithlain of the Wood-Elves of Lorien," article by Arthur R. Weir
- "A Faithful Servant Named Sam" by Richard H. Eney - compares Sam with Sam Weller from The Pickwick Papers (actually by Hal Lynch, miscredited in the original issue)
I Palantir 2 was published in August 1961 and contains 24 pages.
- Cover illustration by George Barr
- "The Jewel of Arwen" by Marion Zimmer Bradley
- "The Fellowship, First Annual Meeting" by Jack Harness
- "High Fly the Nazgul, Oh!" cycle song by Ted Johnstone and others
- "Haiku Portraits" by Don Studebaker, Ted Johnstone and others (in Tengwar and English)
- Minutes of the first annual meeting of The Fellowship
I Palantir 3 was published in April 1964. It has a cover by Bjo Trimble
- "The Parting of Arwen" by Elfride Rivers, a pseud of Marion Zimmer Bradley
- "Haiku Portraits" by Don Studebaker, Ted Johnstone, and others (only one Haiku, in Tengwar and English)
- "Ethical Patterns in The Lord of the Rings" by Patricia Meyer Spacks; reprinted from Critique 3:1
- "No Monroe in Lothlorien" by Arthur Weir (reprinted from Triode #17, with some of the comments it drew there, by J. R. R. Tolkien and others)
- "Hobbits and Heroes" by Anthony Curtis (short article on an interview with J. R. R. Tolkien, reprinted from the Sunday Telegraph, November 10, 1963)
I Palantir 4 was published in August 1964. It has a cover by Dian Pelz.
- "Whither/wither Tolkien Fandom" by Bruce Pelz
- "The Bridge of Khazad-Dum" graphic art strip by Richard Glass
- "The Bridge of Khazad-Dum: An Explanation" by Doc Weir (same as in Eldritch Dream Quest #1)
- Addenda to 'No Monroe in Lothlorien" by Doc Weir (from I Palantir #3, 1964)
- Hello Frodo, or What Ever Happened to Sauron's Ring" by Kathleen Huber (a one act musical with fourteen songs, all tunes borrowed)
- Tolkien Collector's Guide, accessed 12.12.2010