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'''Society of Detroit Magicians''', possibly founded in [[1894]], which would make it one of the first magic clubs in the world.<ref>Abra, Aug 8, 1970</ref><ref>Sphinx, Sept. 1903</ref>
 
'''Society of Detroit Magicians''', possibly founded in [[1894]], which would make it one of the first magic clubs in the world.<ref>Abra, Aug 8, 1970</ref><ref>Sphinx, Sept. 1903</ref>
  
Members have included [[Frank Herrmann Keller]], [[Zina Bennett]], [[Jawn Hrapkiewicz]], [[W. H. Domzalski]], [[Al Caroselli]], and [[Claude Pike]].
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Members have included [[Frank Herrmann Keller]], [[Zina Bennett]], [[Jawn Hrapkiewicz]], [[W. H. Domzalski]], [[Al Caroselli]], [[Rell M. Woodward]] and [[Claude Pike]].
  
 
They joined the [[Combined Magical Clubs of America]] in 1915.  
 
They joined the [[Combined Magical Clubs of America]] in 1915.  

Latest revision as of 12:09, 21 January 2013

Society of Detroit Magicians, possibly founded in 1894, which would make it one of the first magic clubs in the world.[1][2]

Members have included Frank Herrmann Keller, Zina Bennett, Jawn Hrapkiewicz, W. H. Domzalski, Al Caroselli, Rell M. Woodward and Claude Pike.

They joined the Combined Magical Clubs of America in 1915.



References

  1. Abra, Aug 8, 1970
  2. Sphinx, Sept. 1903