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[[Hollywood Mystic 27]] was a magic organization in Hollywood California that was established in 1927 with membership limited to 27 members, by invitation only.
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[[Hollywood Mystic 27]] was a magic organization in Hollywood California that was established in [[1927]] with membership limited to 27 members, by invitation only.
  
 
Each member also freely selected a card from a deck  and from thenceforth he was to be known by the name of the card. Adam Hull Shirk was elected the first president.
 
Each member also freely selected a card from a deck  and from thenceforth he was to be known by the name of the card. Adam Hull Shirk was elected the first president.
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== References ==
 
== References ==
* Meet the Boys of the Pacific Coast by Lloyd E. Jones (1935)
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* [[Meet the Boys of the Pacific Coast]] by [[Lloyd E. Jones]] (1935)
  
 
[[Category:Magic Organizations]]
 
[[Category:Magic Organizations]]

Revision as of 13:13, 27 March 2011

Hollywood Mystic 27 was a magic organization in Hollywood California that was established in 1927 with membership limited to 27 members, by invitation only.

Each member also freely selected a card from a deck and from thenceforth he was to be known by the name of the card. Adam Hull Shirk was elected the first president.

It was still in existence in 1937 as can bee seen in a congratulation ad in Genii 1937 September (Vol. 2, No. 1).

They eventually dropped "Hollywood" from their name and became known as just "Mystic 27".

Members included Neil Hamilton, Lenn O. Gunn, Walter Westcott and Caryl S. Fleming

Notes

There are also a club called the Mystic 13 from San Jose.

References