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[[Independent Magical Performers Society]] (IMPS) was a magical society for teens in New York by [[Arnold Belais]] and [[Paul Morris]] on March 24, 1962.<ref>THE IMPS by  Paul Morris, [[MUM]] June, 1962</ref>
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[[Independent Magical Performers Society]] (IMPS) was a magical society for teens in New York by [[Arnold Belais]] ahttp://www.geniimagazine.com/wiki/index.php?title=IMPS_(Sydney)&action=edit&redlink=1nd [[Paul Morris]] on March 24, 1962.<ref>THE IMPS by  Paul Morris, [[MUM]] June, 1962</ref>
  
 
It was helped out my many members of the [[SAM]] Parent Assembly with hopes that the IMPS would start up everywhere there was a SAM assembly. Over the years, many members graduated from IMPS to the SAM.
 
It was helped out my many members of the [[SAM]] Parent Assembly with hopes that the IMPS would start up everywhere there was a SAM assembly. Over the years, many members graduated from IMPS to the SAM.
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It was eventually replace by the [[Society of Young Magicians]].
 
It was eventually replace by the [[Society of Young Magicians]].
  
{{See also|[[IMPS Magical Society]] of Sydney, Australia}}
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{{See also|[[IMPS (Sydney)]] Magical Society of Sydney, Australia}}
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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[[Category:Magic Organizations]]
 
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Revision as of 12:56, 17 August 2010

Independent Magical Performers Society (IMPS) was a magical society for teens in New York by Arnold Belais ahttp://www.geniimagazine.com/wiki/index.php?title=IMPS_(Sydney)&action=edit&redlink=1nd Paul Morris on March 24, 1962.[1]

It was helped out my many members of the SAM Parent Assembly with hopes that the IMPS would start up everywhere there was a SAM assembly. Over the years, many members graduated from IMPS to the SAM.

It was eventually replace by the Society of Young Magicians.

See also: IMPS (Sydney) Magical Society of Sydney, Australia.

References

  1. THE IMPS by Paul Morris, MUM June, 1962