Conjuriana

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[[Conjuriana]] was a quarterly [[Magic Periodical]] for magic collectors edited by  [[Charles R. Blyth, Jr.]] and [[Richard Walker, Jr.]] from San Francisco, California that ran from March 1951 until November 1951. There were only three issues.
 
[[Conjuriana]] was a quarterly [[Magic Periodical]] for magic collectors edited by  [[Charles R. Blyth, Jr.]] and [[Richard Walker, Jr.]] from San Francisco, California that ran from March 1951 until November 1951. There were only three issues.
  
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Latest revision as of 06:53, 28 July 2011

Conjuriana
ConjurianaV1n1.jpg
First issue
EditorsCharles R. Blyth, Jr. and Richard Walker, Jr.
Frequencyquarterly
First issueMarch 1951
Final issueNovember 1951
Total issues3

Conjuriana was a quarterly Magic Periodical for magic collectors edited by Charles R. Blyth, Jr. and Richard Walker, Jr. from San Francisco, California that ran from March 1951 until November 1951. There were only three issues.

  • No. 1 Spring 1951
  • No. 2 Summer 1951
  • No. 3 Autumn 1951 (the final issue is mostly devoted to "Houdini, The Collector")

Blyth had to discontinued publication to devote more time to his studies at college.

Included articles from Robert Lund, Milbourne Christopher and James Findlay.

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