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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
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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>
  
 
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]].
  
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Revision as of 09:33, 25 November 2012

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

Independent Magical Performers Society (IMPS) was a magical society for teens in New York by Arnold Belais and 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.


References

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