Conjurers' Club

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Conjurers' Club seems to have been a popular name for many magic organizations. Not sure if there were any affiliation between them all.

The Conjurers' Club of Boston began in April 1917 by William D. LeRoy who was the first president[1]

By 1918, reports of the Chicago's Conjurers' Club (CCC) appears in Billboard Magazine (February 1918) and the Spinx (August 1918).

Also in 1918, it was reported in the Spinx (November 1918) that the Canadian Conjurers' Club was requesting affiliation with the National Conjurers' Association.

In the late 1920s and into the 1930s the the IBM's Key Ring in New York City was known also as the Conjurers' Club as seen in Linking Ring reports.

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