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[[Hugard's Magic Monthly]] (HMM) was a [[Magic Periodical that ran from Vol. 1, 1, June, 1943 to Vol. 21, 6, (No 6 had no date, but No. 5 was January, 1964). [[Image:HugardsMagicMonthly.jpg|thumb|right]]
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[[Hugard's Magic Monthly]] (HMM) was a [[Magic Periodical]] that ran from Vol. 1, No. 1, June, 1943 to Vol. 21, No. 6, (No. 6 had no date, but No. 5 was January, 1964).  
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It was edited and published by [[Jean Hugard]] until he died in 1959. During the last seven years of his life he was totally blind. His stage assistant, Mrs. Myra Benson, who had been with him more than 50 years, took care of the business details and the mailing. Blanca Lopez, his close friend, made the layouts, ordered the illustrations and saw the issues through the press. When she was away Milbourne Christopher helped with these details. 
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The magazine was carried on after his death for many years by [[Blanca Lopez]] and [[Milbourne Christopher]].
  
Published by [[Jean Hugard]]. It was taken over by [[Milbourne Christopher]] when Jean passed away in 1959.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 06:35, 22 October 2011

Hugard's Magic Monthly
HugardsMagicMonthly.jpg
FrequencyMonthly
PublisherJean Hugard
First issue1943
Final issue1964
Alfredson/Daily#2795
CARC65
AskAlexander28
Hugard's Magic Monthly (HMM) was a Magic Periodical that ran from Vol. 1, No. 1, June, 1943 to Vol. 21, No. 6, (No. 6 had no date, but No. 5 was January, 1964).

It was edited and published by Jean Hugard until he died in 1959. During the last seven years of his life he was totally blind. His stage assistant, Mrs. Myra Benson, who had been with him more than 50 years, took care of the business details and the mailing. Blanca Lopez, his close friend, made the layouts, ordered the illustrations and saw the issues through the press. When she was away Milbourne Christopher helped with these details.

The magazine was carried on after his death for many years by Blanca Lopez and Milbourne Christopher.


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