Mystic 52

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Mystic 52 was an independent magic organization in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that began around 1941 with Chauncy Yohe as one of the founding members.

Their newsletter was The Voice of Fifty-Two (later the Voice of Mystic 52) and in 1945 they adopted the Conjurors' Magazine as their Official Organ.

In February 1968, they combined with the SAM Assembly No. 18. [1]

References

  1. A HISTORY OF ASSEMBLY NO. 18 AND THE MYSTIC 52 by Bill Beatty and Hal Steele, MUM, April 1917
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