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'''The Diebox''', ''A Symposium of Meritorious Legerdemain and Kindred Subjects'', was a [[Magic Periodical]] published and edited by [[Walter Adrian]] from Portland, Oregon. It began publishing on July, 1933 and was endorsed by the [[Pacific Coast Association of Magicians]].  
The [[Diebox]] ''A Symposium of Meritorious Legerdemain and Kindred Subjects'' was a [[Magic Periodical]] published and edited by [[Walter Adrian]] from Portland, Oregon. It began publishing on July, 1933 and was endorsed by the [[Pacific Coast Association of Magicians]].  
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The May 1934 issue had two different covers, although the contents inside are identical. One had a picture of Litzka on the cover and another had Kahan the Mystic. <ref> MAGAZINE COLLECTING (Continued) by Paul W. Koch, [[Magicol]] No. 33 (November 1974)</ref>
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The May 1934 issue had two different covers, although the contents inside are identical. One had a picture of Litzka on the cover and another had Kahan the Mystic.<ref> MAGAZINE COLLECTING (Continued) by Paul W. Koch, [[Magicol]] No. 33 (November 1974)</ref>
  
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It was replaced by the [[Pacific Coast Magic News]] in January of 1935.
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Latest revision as of 19:43, 20 November 2012

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First issueJuly, 1933
Final issueSeptember, 1934
Total issues15

The Diebox, A Symposium of Meritorious Legerdemain and Kindred Subjects, was a Magic Periodical published and edited by Walter Adrian from Portland, Oregon. It began publishing on July, 1933 and was endorsed by the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians.

The May 1934 issue had two different covers, although the contents inside are identical. One had a picture of Litzka on the cover and another had Kahan the Mystic.[1]

It was replaced by the Pacific Coast Magic News in January of 1935.


References

  1. MAGAZINE COLLECTING (Continued) by Paul W. Koch, Magicol No. 33 (November 1974)