Magic Dealers Association

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[[Magic Dealers’ Association]] was formed in 1946 and incorporated in Maryland in 1947 offers networking and services for magic supply retailers. Its past presidents include [[Gene Gordon]], [[Merv Taylor]], [[Russ Walsh]], [[Paul Fried]], [[Bob Little]] and [[Chuck Kirchner]].
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'''The Magic Dealers Association''' was formed in [[1946]] and incorporated in Maryland in 1947 offering networking and services for magic supply retailers.<ref>http://www.magicdealers.com/</ref>
  
They have a trade show that circulates within the United States that is held every other year.
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The first meeting of the association was held on March 23, 1947  and the officers elected were [[Phil Thomas]], President, [[Joe Karson]], Vice President, Bill Holden, Treasurer and [[Frances Ireland]], Secretary.<ref> [[Genii 1962 April]].</ref>
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Its past presidents have included [[Gene Gordon]], [[Merv Taylor]], [[Russ Walsh]], [[Paul Fried]], [[Bob Little]] and [[Chuck Kirchner]].
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They have a trade show, held every other year, at varies cities within the United States.
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For a time, their official organ was the [[Bat]], published by [[Lloyd Jones]].
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
* http://www.magicdealers.com/
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Latest revision as of 18:58, 25 August 2012

The Magic Dealers Association was formed in 1946 and incorporated in Maryland in 1947 offering networking and services for magic supply retailers.[1]

The first meeting of the association was held on March 23, 1947 and the officers elected were Phil Thomas, President, Joe Karson, Vice President, Bill Holden, Treasurer and Frances Ireland, Secretary.[2]

Its past presidents have included Gene Gordon, Merv Taylor, Russ Walsh, Paul Fried, Bob Little and Chuck Kirchner.

They have a trade show, held every other year, at varies cities within the United States.

For a time, their official organ was the Bat, published by Lloyd Jones.

References

  1. http://www.magicdealers.com/
  2. Genii 1962 April.
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