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[[The Dragon]] was a Magic Periodical published by [[Vernon E. Lux]] from Mount Morris, Illinois from September, 1932 to 1946. It was the official organ of the [[International Society of Junior Magicians]].
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'''The Dragon''' was a Magic Periodical published by [[Vernon E. Lux]] from Mount Morris, Illinois from September, 1932 to 1946 as the official organ of the [[International Society of Junior Magicians]].<ref> VERNON E. LUX, CREATOR OF DE LUX MAGICIANS by David Meyer, [[Linking Ring]] November, 1995</ref>
  
 
According to the Alfredson/Daily [[Bibliography of Conjuring Periodicals in English 1791-1983]], a complete file consists of 146 issues.
 
According to the Alfredson/Daily [[Bibliography of Conjuring Periodicals in English 1791-1983]], a complete file consists of 146 issues.
 
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
* VERNON E. LUX, CREATOR OF DE LUX MAGICIANS by David Meyer, [[Linking Ring]] November, 1995
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Revision as of 13:01, 28 July 2011

Dragon
Dragon.JPG
PublisherVernon E. Lux
First issueSeptember, 1932
Final issue1946
Total issues146

The Dragon was a Magic Periodical published by Vernon E. Lux from Mount Morris, Illinois from September, 1932 to 1946 as the official organ of the International Society of Junior Magicians.[1]

According to the Alfredson/Daily Bibliography of Conjuring Periodicals in English 1791-1983, a complete file consists of 146 issues.

References

  1. VERNON E. LUX, CREATOR OF DE LUX MAGICIANS by David Meyer, Linking Ring November, 1995

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