1974 Origins Award winners
The awards were the "brainchild of Canadian hobbyist John Mansfield." Originally the awards were the Origins Awards but were informally known as the Charles Roberts Awards and it was only in 1988 that Charles Roberts officially agreed to let his name be used.
|Best Professional Game||Third Reich||The Avalon Hill Game Company||Don Greenwood, John Prados |
|Best Amateur Game||Manassas||Historical Simulations||Tom Eller|
|Best Professional Magazine||Strategy & Tactics||SPI|
|Best Amateur Magazine||Albion||Don Turnbull|
Adventure Gaming Hall of Fame Inductee
- The Evolution of Origins: The National Convention af Five by John Prados, Moves, #45, June/July 1979, p.5
- John Mansfield, resident of Winnipeg, Manitoba and long time gamer, is manager of Pendragon Games & Hobbies as of 2014.
- The Evolution of Origins: The National Convention af Five by John Prados, Moves, #45, June/July 1979, p.10
- 31 May 1988 - CSR AWARDS AUTHORIZATION Archived 6 May 2009 at the Wayback Machine.
- Rise and Decline of the Third Reich at BoardGameGeek
- Manassas at BoardGameGeek
- Charles S. Roberts Awards 1974: winners and nominees