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Amateur Magicians Correspondence Club

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Amateur Magicians Correspondence Club (A.M.C.C.) was a magic organization that was headquartered at Neillsville, Wisconsin in the 1920s to help bring magicians that wanted to correspond about magic together.

It was founded by Aladdin (Theo. Brameld) and it's official organ was the A.M.C.C. Review.

For twenty-five cents you received a Certificate of Membership, a complete card effect, scrap book material, and addresses of other members picked out to correspond with.

One member was Gene Gordon who went on to help form the IBM.