Conjurers Chronicle

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[[Conjurers Chronicle]] was a quarterly [[Magic Periodical]] by [[Wilford Hutchinson]] from the UK that ran from May 1919 until February, 1940.   
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'''Conjurers Chronicle''' was a quarterly [[Magic Periodical]] by [[Wilford Hutchinson]] from the UK that ran from May 1919 until February, 1940.   
  
 
It typically was 8 pages long and carried at least one trick or article in addition to the advertisements of books and magic for sale.  Starting with  Volume 4 he contributed interesting Editorial. He also sold items from his friend [[Harry Leat]].
 
It typically was 8 pages long and carried at least one trick or article in addition to the advertisements of books and magic for sale.  Starting with  Volume 4 he contributed interesting Editorial. He also sold items from his friend [[Harry Leat]].
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The Chronicle finally ceased publication shortly after the outbreak of the Second World War.
 
The Chronicle finally ceased publication shortly after the outbreak of the Second World War.
  
{{See also|[[Conjuror's Chronicle]] from the 1980s}}
 
  
 
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[[Category:Periodicals]]

Latest revision as of 13:39, 2 March 2013

See also: Conjuror's Chronicle from the 1980s.
Conjurers Chronicle
ConjurersChronicle.jpg
EditorsWilford Hutchinson
FrequencyMonthly
First issueMay 1919
Final issueFebruary 1940

Conjurers Chronicle was a quarterly Magic Periodical by Wilford Hutchinson from the UK that ran from May 1919 until February, 1940.

It typically was 8 pages long and carried at least one trick or article in addition to the advertisements of books and magic for sale. Starting with Volume 4 he contributed interesting Editorial. He also sold items from his friend Harry Leat.

Conjurers Chronicle continued as a monthly publication until July 1926 and thereafter it was issued at variable intervals. From 1934 it started series titled "Graham Adams Card Work", linking with Graham's study of Erdnase's Expert at the Card Table.

The Chronicle finally ceased publication shortly after the outbreak of the Second World War.

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