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[[Holden's Holdouts]] was the free house organ for [[Max Holden Magic Shop]] in Boston. Published by [[Ronnie Gann]] (professionally known in New England as Mr. Mystery), there were four issues published between April 1963 and April 1964.
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'''Holden's Holdouts''' was the free house organ for [[Max Holden Magic Shop]] in Boston. Published by [[Ronnie Gann]] (professionally known in New England as Mr. Mystery), there were four issues published between April 1963 and April 1964.
  
 
Volume one was Five mimeographed pages, advertising the Holden line of magic,
 
Volume one was Five mimeographed pages, advertising the Holden line of magic,

Revision as of 08:49, 30 July 2011

Holden's Holdouts
PublisherRonnie Gann
First issueApril 1963
Final issueApril 1964
Total issues4

Holden's Holdouts was the free house organ for Max Holden Magic Shop in Boston. Published by Ronnie Gann (professionally known in New England as Mr. Mystery), there were four issues published between April 1963 and April 1964.

Volume one was Five mimeographed pages, advertising the Holden line of magic, and a page of news called "Hot Flashes".[1]

References

  1. Linking Ring (June 1963)