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[[Phoenix]] was a biweekly  [[Magic Periodical]] by [[Walter B. Gibson]] with Assistant Editor [[Bruce Elliott]] (whom became editor in 1944) which ran from  No. 1, Jan. 1, 1942 - No. 300, Feb. 19, 1954. [[Image:Phoenix.jpg|thumb|right|First Issue]]
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'''Phoenix]''' was a biweekly  [[Magic Periodical]] by [[Walter B. Gibson]] with Assistant Editor [[Bruce Elliott]] (whom became editor in 1944) which ran from  No. 1, Jan. 1, 1942 - No. 300, Feb. 19, 1954.
  
It would usually contain three to five tricks per issue and never accepted advertising.
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It would usually contain three to five tricks per issue and never accepted any advertising.
  
 
It was followed quickly by the [[New Phoenix]].
 
It was followed quickly by the [[New Phoenix]].
  
 
[[Category:Periodicals]]
 
[[Category:Periodicals]]

Revision as of 16:11, 11 February 2012

Phoenix
Phoenix.jpg
First issue
EditorsWalter B. Gibson, Bruce Elliott
Frequencybiweekly
First issueJan. 1, 1942
Final issueFeb. 19, 1954

Phoenix] was a biweekly Magic Periodical by Walter B. Gibson with Assistant Editor Bruce Elliott (whom became editor in 1944) which ran from No. 1, Jan. 1, 1942 - No. 300, Feb. 19, 1954.

It would usually contain three to five tricks per issue and never accepted any advertising.

It was followed quickly by the New Phoenix.