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'''Cercle Magique''' was an independent magic club in Nashville, Tennessee which eventually became [[IBM]] Ring No. 37.<ref>Linking Ring, July 1940</ref>
 
'''Cercle Magique''' was an independent magic club in Nashville, Tennessee which eventually became [[IBM]] Ring No. 37.<ref>Linking Ring, July 1940</ref>
  
Originally started as the "Nashville Society Magique" with the help of [[T. J. Crawford]] in March of 1922 with eight other magicians including V. A. Cerruti, Paul McWilliams, James S. Grigsby and James A. Dale..<ref>[[Genii 1952 October]]</ref>
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Originally started as the "Nashville Society Magique" with the help of [[T. J. Crawford]] in March of 1922 with eight other magicians including V. A. Cerruti, Paul McWilliams, James S. Grigsby and James A. Dale.<ref>[[Genii 1952 October]]</ref>
  
 
They only met eight months of the year, skipping the summer months from June to September.  
 
They only met eight months of the year, skipping the summer months from June to September.  

Revision as of 14:05, 1 July 2011

Cercle Magique was an independent magic club in Nashville, Tennessee which eventually became IBM Ring No. 37.[1]

Originally started as the "Nashville Society Magique" with the help of T. J. Crawford in March of 1922 with eight other magicians including V. A. Cerruti, Paul McWilliams, James S. Grigsby and James A. Dale.[2]

They only met eight months of the year, skipping the summer months from June to September.

J. Pink Lawrence served as president for many years and Crawford as Secretary-Treasurer.

When they became affiliated with the IBM around 1945, Crawford was serving as president.

References

  1. Linking Ring, July 1940
  2. Genii 1952 October