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== Houdini Club of Wisconsin ==
 
== Houdini Club of Wisconsin ==
In 1915, five magicians in Wisconsin (which [[Harry Houdini]] often claimed as his home town) organized a magic club named the "Houdini Club."  The name was revised to "Wisconsin Houdini Club" in 1932. It remained relatively dormant until 1938 when County Judge Frank W. Carter and [[Mike Zens]] outlined a new plan for the formation new club and held their first meeting on May 28, 1938.  It was decided to build on the membership of the old society and changed the name to "Houdini Club of Wisconsin, Inc."  
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In 1915, five magicians in Wisconsin (which [[Harry Houdini]] often claimed as his home town) organized a magic club named the "Houdini Club." The first president was [[J. C. Walter]]. The name was revised to "Wisconsin Houdini Club" in 1932. It remained relatively dormant until 1938 when County Judge Frank W. Carter and [[Mike Zens]] outlined a new plan for the formation new club and held their first meeting on May 28, 1938.  It was decided to build on the membership of the old society and changed the name to "Houdini Club of Wisconsin, Inc."  
  
 
The [[Houdini Gram]] is the official club  publication issued six times per year and they hold an Annual Convention.  
 
The [[Houdini Gram]] is the official club  publication issued six times per year and they hold an Annual Convention.  

Revision as of 12:55, 16 September 2010

Houdini Club of Wisconsin

In 1915, five magicians in Wisconsin (which Harry Houdini often claimed as his home town) organized a magic club named the "Houdini Club." The first president was J. C. Walter. The name was revised to "Wisconsin Houdini Club" in 1932. It remained relatively dormant until 1938 when County Judge Frank W. Carter and Mike Zens outlined a new plan for the formation new club and held their first meeting on May 28, 1938. It was decided to build on the membership of the old society and changed the name to "Houdini Club of Wisconsin, Inc."

The Houdini Gram is the official club publication issued six times per year and they hold an Annual Convention.

Houdini Club of Philadelphia

In 1926, after receiving permission from Bess Houdini to use the name, and later had the name and title registered. Mrs. Houdini would attend the yearly dinner and once presented the club with a plaque containing a pair of Handcuffs used by Houdini.

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