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'''Conjurer''' was the official organ of the [[British Society of Associated Magicians]], which was circulated privately among the members.
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'''Conjurer''', originally titled Conjuror,  was the official organ of the [[British Society of Associated Magicians]], which was circulated privately among the members.
  
 
Edited by [[J. Albert Briggs]] from Sheffield, England, under his stage name of Albert Russell.
 
Edited by [[J. Albert Briggs]] from Sheffield, England, under his stage name of Albert Russell.
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Revision as of 18:53, 14 November 2010

Conjurer (BSAM)
EditorsJ. Albert Briggs
FrequencyMonthly
First issueSep. 1910
Final issueJune 1913
Total issues34

Conjurer, originally titled Conjuror, was the official organ of the British Society of Associated Magicians, which was circulated privately among the members.

Edited by J. Albert Briggs from Sheffield, England, under his stage name of Albert Russell.

Prior to emigrating to Australia, Briggs sold his interest in this magazine to William Andrew, who published it from Jan. 1913 (Vol. 4 No. 1) - June 1913 (Vol. 4 N. 6).