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(New page: Hull Magicians' Circle was founded o­n December, 5, 1933 when nine conjurers met at the "Crown and Anchor". They had all responded to a newspaper advertisement placed by Harold Cross ...)
 
 
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[[Hull Magicians' Circle]] was founded o­n December, 5, 1933 when nine conjurers met at the "Crown and Anchor". They had all responded to a newspaper advertisement placed by Harold Cross and Walter Clarke, who became the first Treasurer and Secretary. The founding President was Fred Sowerby, known professionally as Bert Dexter.
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[[Hull Magicians' Circle]] was founded o­n December 5, [[1933]] when nine conjurers met at the "Crown and Anchor". They had all responded to a newspaper advertisement placed by Harold Cross and Walter Clarke, who became the first Treasurer and Secretary. The founding President was Fred Sowerby, known professionally as Bert Dexter.
  
 
[[Jasper Maskelyne]] served as Honorary President from 1934 until his death in 1973. Honorary Vice-Presidents have included  [[Les Levante]], [[De Vega]], [[Sam Sharpe]].
 
[[Jasper Maskelyne]] served as Honorary President from 1934 until his death in 1973. Honorary Vice-Presidents have included  [[Les Levante]], [[De Vega]], [[Sam Sharpe]].

Latest revision as of 07:30, 5 December 2010

Hull Magicians' Circle was founded o­n December 5, 1933 when nine conjurers met at the "Crown and Anchor". They had all responded to a newspaper advertisement placed by Harold Cross and Walter Clarke, who became the first Treasurer and Secretary. The founding President was Fred Sowerby, known professionally as Bert Dexter.

Jasper Maskelyne served as Honorary President from 1934 until his death in 1973. Honorary Vice-Presidents have included Les Levante, De Vega, Sam Sharpe.

"The Oracle" is the official online Magazine.

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