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}}[[Fax]] was a periodical prepared by [[Harry Opel]], a magician and juggler from the early 1900's.
 
}}[[Fax]] was a periodical prepared by [[Harry Opel]], a magician and juggler from the early 1900's.
  
During 1939, Opel cut the size of his current publication [[Voice from the Attic]] (1929 - 1952) in half and called these 12 issues the FAX (a nickname for "facts"). The average number of pages were 8.<ref> FACTS ABOUT FAX, [[Magicol]] No. 37 (November 1975).</ref>
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During 1939, Opel cut the size of his current publication [[Voice from the Attic]] (1929 - 1952) in half (to 8 pages) and called these 12 issues the FAX (a nickname for "facts").<ref> FACTS ABOUT FAX, [[Magicol]] No. 37 (November 1975).</ref>
  
 
Each issue, like the Attic, were handwritten and sent to a different person each month.<ref> Magicol No. 172, August, 2009</ref>
 
Each issue, like the Attic, were handwritten and sent to a different person each month.<ref> Magicol No. 172, August, 2009</ref>

Latest revision as of 17:20, 28 July 2011

Fax
EditorsHarry Opel
First issue1939
Final issue1939
Total issues12
Fax was a periodical prepared by Harry Opel, a magician and juggler from the early 1900's.

During 1939, Opel cut the size of his current publication Voice from the Attic (1929 - 1952) in half (to 8 pages) and called these 12 issues the FAX (a nickname for "facts").[1]

Each issue, like the Attic, were handwritten and sent to a different person each month.[2]

References

  1. FACTS ABOUT FAX, Magicol No. 37 (November 1975).
  2. Magicol No. 172, August, 2009
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