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[[Chap's Scrapbook]] was a  a hand-typed, self illustrated magazine by [[Frank Chapman]] that contained mostly close-up magic. It ran from July 1938 to June 1940 and featured some material by [[Charlie Miller]] and [[Nate Leipzig]].   
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'''Chap's Scrapbook''' was a  a hand-typed, self illustrated magazine by [[Frank Chapman]] that contained mostly close-up magic. It ran from July 1938 to June 1940 and featured some material by [[Charlie Miller]] and [[Nate Leipzig]].   
  
 
Issues were Vol. 1, No. 1 to Vol 2, No 12. for a total of 24 in all.
 
Issues were Vol. 1, No. 1 to Vol 2, No 12. for a total of 24 in all.

Latest revision as of 19:13, 24 July 2011

Chap's Scrapbook
Chaps Scrapbook.jpg
Issue No. 1
EditorsFrank Chapman
First issueJuly 1938
Final issueJune 1940
Total issues24

Chap's Scrapbook was a a hand-typed, self illustrated magazine by Frank Chapman that contained mostly close-up magic. It ran from July 1938 to June 1940 and featured some material by Charlie Miller and Nate Leipzig.

Issues were Vol. 1, No. 1 to Vol 2, No 12. for a total of 24 in all.

Contents

July 1938  
  Pleased to Meet You (Frank Chapman)
 
  Darn Clever These Chinese (Frank Chapman)
 
  Tap-tap (Frank Chapman)
 
  Purse Mys'try (Frank Chapman)
 
August 1938  
  Thank You (Frank Chapman)
 
  Just a Cigarette (Frank Chapman)
 
  Boutonniere (Bill Larsen)
 
  Flash Color-change Silk (Frank Chapman)
 
  Mr. Clubb Goes Berserk (Frank Chapman)
 
  It's the Climax That Counts (Frank Chapman)
 
September 1938  
  Let's Get Straight! (Frank Chapman)
 
  The Human Pump! (Frank Chapman)
 
  With Silk (Howard Warringer)
 
  Fan It! (Frank Chapman)
 
October 1938  
  The Man With the Pipe (Frank Chapman)
 
  Dr. Ervin's Straw Trick (Dr. E. G. Ervin)
 
  Cocktail Pix (Frank Chapman)
 
  Smart Coin Trick (Frank Chapman)
 
  Bull's Eye! (T. Page Wright)
 
November 1938  
  What Do You Think? (Frank Chapman)
 
  Disintegrosphere (Frank Chapman)
 
  Watch-in-Loaf (Frank Chapman)
 
December 1938  
  Screwball (Frank Chapman)
 
  Obedient Silks (Howard Warringer)
 
  Selectosilko (Frank Chapman)
 
  Dr. Ervin's Psychic Cigarette (Dr. E. G. Ervin)
 
  Psychic Slate Mystery (Frank Chapman)
 
January 1939  
  Contest Winners! (Frank Chapman)
 
  Capture of Black Carew (Frank Chapman)
 
  Puff (Frank Chapman)
 
  Sucker Coins (Frank Chapman-Paul Morris)
 
  For Magi Ony! (Bill Larsen)
 
  Oriental Papers (Frank Chapman)
 
February 1939  
  Home Sweet Home (Frank Chapman)
 
  Yogi Stuff (Anonymous)
 
  Emergency Card in Wallet (Frank Chapman)
 
  Picture of a Prophecy (Frank Chapman-Jack Keyes)
 
  Again - The Cigarette From Nowhere (Frank Chapman)
 
March 1939  
  Amator (Frank Chapman)
 
  Scoop!!! (Art Lyle)
 
  It's a Date (Frank Chapman)
 
  Like Mawe Makes (C. R. Mawe)
 
  Bamboo ("R. D. Spraker- Jr.")
 
April 1939  
  Odds & Ends (Frank Chapman)
 
  When Your Number Turns Up (Frank Chapman)
 
  Kontact! (Frank Chapman)
 
  By Request - The Card in the Matchbox (Frank Chapman)
 
May 1939  
  More Odds & Ends (Frank Chapman)
 
  Thought Transmission (Dr. Rothbart)
 
  A Coin Load (Dr. E. G. Ervin)
 
  Howard Warringer's Resuscitated Cigarette (Howard Warringer)
 
June 1939  
  Curtain Calls (Frank Chapman)
 
  Corker (Bob Weill)
 
  Lyle's Coin Vanish (Art Lyle)
 
  Impromptu Match Routine (Frank Chapman)
 
  Pencil & Peg Mystery (John B. Ward)
 
Vol. II, No. 1, July 1939  
  Prelude to Act II (Frank Chapman)
1
  Izariot (Frank Chapman)
2
  Art Lyle offers Hats All Right (Art Lyle)
4
  Dr. Ervin offers Magnetized Plate (Dr. E. G. Ervin)
4
  Chap offers The Floating Cigarette (Frank Chapman)
4
Vol. II, No. 14, August 1939  
  Hindu Turban Mystery (Club Version) (Dr. Harlan Tarbell)
1
  Sure I'm Da Phantom! So What?
3
  Len Barker offers Phoney Telepathy (Len Barker)
4
  Dr. L. Rothbart offers Sugar Lumps (Dr. L. Rothbart)
4
  Chap offers Crystal Gags (Frank Chapman)
4
Vol. II, No. 15, September 1939  
  Famous Moth Trick (Fred Robert)
1
  The Bashful Bartender (Howard Warringer)
3
  Brainerd Baker offers Color Waves (Brainerd Baker)
4
  Chap offers the Makin's (Frank Chapman)
4
  Chap offers Match-ic Numbers (Frank Chapman)
4
Vol. II, No. 16, October 1939  
  Knife Thru Coat (John B. Ward)
1
  Impaled (Joe Ovette)
2
  X Marks the Spot (Dr. L. Rothbart)
3
  Quong Yen offers Cig in Bottle (Quong Yen)
4
  Chap offers Vanishing Glass on Wand (Frank Chapman)
4
  The Phantom (P U)
4
Vol. II, No. 17, November 1939  
  Zen's X-clusive Card Combination (M. F. Zens)
1
  Niteclub Silk Production (Joe Ovette)
3
  R. D. Spraker offers Reverse 20th Century ("R. D. Spraker- Jr.")
 
  Dr. Ervin offers Here's How! (Dr. E. G. Ervin)
4
  Al Cerwin (of Guatemala) offers A Tip for Your Tip (Al Cerwin)
4
  Howard Warringer offers Hoo-mathpac (Howard Warringer)
4
  The Phantom
4
Vol. II, No. 18, December 1939  
  Master of Will (Eddie Clever)
1
  Flash Card Production (Tommy Tucker)
3
  The Fastest Trick in the World (Frank Chapman)
3
  Restored Rope #7643999 (Art Lyle)
4
Vol. II, No. 19, January 1940  
  From the Pen of Leipzig (Nate Leipzig)
1
  Surprise Sponge Climax (Dr. L. Rothbart)
2
  A Penny "Sucker" (Joe Ovette)
3
  Bad-egg-bag (Frank Chapman)
3
  Utility Card Stealing Apparatus (Howard Warringer)
4
  Performance Counts
4
Vol. II, No. 20, February 1940  
  Visible Thimble Penetration (John B. Ward)
1
  Comedy of Errors (George Pearace)
2
  Beats the Band! (Dr. L. Rothbart)
3
  Match-ic Manipulation (Joe Ovette)
3
  Silk-'n-coin Production (Howard Warringer)
4
  Making Modern Magic Catalogs Modern
4
Vol. II, No. 21, March 1940  
  The Flashing Fetish (Howard Warringer)
1
  Nine From Three (Dr. E. G. Ervin)
4
  Bombay Propaganda (Dr. E. G. Ervin)
4
  Coin Go (Art Lyle)
4
  Long Hair (Art Lyle)
4
  French Safes (Art Lyle)
4
Vol. II, No. 22, April 1940  
  Cigars (Sid Lorraine)
1
  Troseth's Famous Three Card Routine (George Troseth)
2
  A Lulu! (Joe Ovette)
3
  Coin in Bottle (Jim Muir)
4
Vol. II, No. 23, May 1940  
  The O-so-easy Torn & Restored Strip of Paper (Frank Chapman)
1
  Ovette's Paper Strip Tear (Joe Ovette)
2
  A Drink - and a Smoke (Frank Chapman)
3
  Cocktail Cup Routine (Bud Spraker)
3
  The Spectre Slate! (Dr. L. Rothbart)
4
Vol. II, No. 24, June 1940  
  My Cups and Balls (Charles Miller)
2
  Aerial Card Production (Tommy Tucker)
3
  A Headline Egg-bag Routine (George E. Pearce)
4
  In Reverse! (Dr. E. G. Ervin)
4


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