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[[Goofus]] was a monthly Magic Periodical leaflet  sent to magicians in and around New Engiand and other friends of [[Dr. I. L. Calkins]] of Springfield, Massachusetts during the late 1930s.
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[[Goofus]] was a monthly leaflet  sent to magicians in and around New Engiand and other friends of [[Dr. I. L. Calkins]] of Springfield, Massachusetts during the 1930s. It was also the organ for the Valley Conjurers' No. 17 [[SAM]] assembly in Springfield.
  
 
Printed by L. Raymond Cox, it contained contained notices of the magicians and what they are doing.
 
Printed by L. Raymond Cox, it contained contained notices of the magicians and what they are doing.
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The leaflet appears to have stopped in the 1940s.
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Goofus was also later the name of the magic club in Springfield.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:16, 29 July 2011

Goofus
EditorsDr. I. L. Calkins
Frequencymonthly
First issue1930s
Final issue1940s
Goofus was a monthly leaflet sent to magicians in and around New Engiand and other friends of Dr. I. L. Calkins of Springfield, Massachusetts during the 1930s. It was also the organ for the Valley Conjurers' No. 17 SAM assembly in Springfield.

Printed by L. Raymond Cox, it contained contained notices of the magicians and what they are doing.

The leaflet appears to have stopped in the 1940s.

Goofus was also later the name of the magic club in Springfield.

References