International Society of Junior Magicians

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[[International Society of Junior Magicians]] was created by [[Vernon E. Lux]] from Mt. Morris, Illinois in the early 1930's. He was president and published their  monthly magic magazine called [[The Dragon]] for many years.  
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[[International Society of Junior Magicians]] was created by [[Vernon E. Lux]] from Mt. Morris, Illinois in 1932. He was president and published their  monthly magic magazine called [[The Dragon]] for many years.  
  
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By the time it ended 14 years later, nearly 5,000 (young and old) had come and gone as members.
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== References ==
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* VERNON E. LUX, CREATOR OF DE LUX MAGICIANS by David Meyer, [[Linking Ring]] November, 1995
 
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Latest revision as of 14:35, 5 January 2009

International Society of Junior Magicians was created by Vernon E. Lux from Mt. Morris, Illinois in 1932. He was president and published their monthly magic magazine called The Dragon for many years.

By the time it ended 14 years later, nearly 5,000 (young and old) had come and gone as members.

References

  • VERNON E. LUX, CREATOR OF DE LUX MAGICIANS by David Meyer, Linking Ring November, 1995
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