Linking Ring Magazine

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Linking Ring Magazine
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Vol 1 No. 4
FrequencyMonthly
First issueJanuary, 1923
The Linking Ring is the name of the official magazine for the International Brotherhood of Magicians.
Vol. 21, No. 1, March 1941

Issue 1 Number 1 was published in January 1923. It comprised only four pages. It contained an editorial by Ernest Schieldge, a biography of Len Vintus written by Gene Gordon and a listing of all 20 members.

Issues 11 & 12 from volume 41 don't exist, as explained by Alvin Plough, page 57 of issue 10, december 1941: The Board of Trustees voted to change the time of beginning and ending volumes of The Linking Ring.

Issues 5 & 6 from volume 49, 1969 are only one issue.

Contents

Editors

Effects by performer

Persons who've appeared on the cover

No covers until Volume 3, no. 1, May 1925.

References

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  • The Linking Ring. April 1998.
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