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{{See also|A group in New York City organized the [[Magician's Guild of America]] in 1943}}
 
The '''Magicians' Guild of America''' in Colon, Michigan was the new name of the old "Capitol Magic Club" and was declared official in the April 1938 issue of Abbott's [[Tops]] which declared itself the Official Organ of the Magicians' Guild of America until 1941.
 
The '''Magicians' Guild of America''' in Colon, Michigan was the new name of the old "Capitol Magic Club" and was declared official in the April 1938 issue of Abbott's [[Tops]] which declared itself the Official Organ of the Magicians' Guild of America until 1941.
  
 
Reports on meetings continued until 1942.  
 
Reports on meetings continued until 1942.  
  
Another group in New York City organized the [[Magician's Guild of America]] in 1943.
 
  
 
[[Category:Magic Organizations]]
 
[[Category:Magic Organizations]]

Revision as of 20:43, 25 May 2012

See also: A group in New York City organized the Magician's Guild of America in 1943.

The Magicians' Guild of America in Colon, Michigan was the new name of the old "Capitol Magic Club" and was declared official in the April 1938 issue of Abbott's Tops which declared itself the Official Organ of the Magicians' Guild of America until 1941.

Reports on meetings continued until 1942.