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[[International Magic Circle]] was form in the 1930s by [[Blackstone]] (who was president) and  [[Walter Gibson]] (who edited their official Journal, [[Seven Circles]] as competition to the [[IBM]] and [[SAM]].  [[Howard Thurston]], [[T Nelson Downs]], the [[Great Raymond]], [[Dorny]], [[Dr Tarbell]], and [[Len Vintus]] all served various times as vice presidents.
  
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It only lasted a few years.
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:''See Also: the British [[Magic Circle]]''
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Revision as of 10:05, 14 January 2009

International Magic Circle was form in the 1930s by Blackstone (who was president) and Walter Gibson (who edited their official Journal, Seven Circles as competition to the IBM and SAM. Howard Thurston, T Nelson Downs, the Great Raymond, Dorny, Dr Tarbell, and Len Vintus all served various times as vice presidents.

It only lasted a few years.

See Also: the British Magic Circle