The Teen-Age Magicians of America

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'''The Teen-Age Magicians of America''' was formed in 1954 with the merging of three clubs,  the original Teen-Age Magicians of America (form in the early 1950s ), the [[Lads of Legerdemain]] and [[The Magic Wand Correspondence Club]].
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'''The Teen-Age Magicians of America''' was formed in [[1954]] with the merging of three clubs,  the original Teen-Age Magicians of America (form in the early 1950s ), the [[Lads of Legerdemain]] and [[The Magic Wand Correspondence Club]].
  
 
Their official publications were first [[The Wand]] and then after the merger, [[The Teenage Trixter]].
 
Their official publications were first [[The Wand]] and then after the merger, [[The Teenage Trixter]].
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In early 1955, Arthur Andrews released a card trick "Spectacular", with all proceeds go to the club.  
 
In early 1955, Arthur Andrews released a card trick "Spectacular", with all proceeds go to the club.  
  
Robert Watson reported in the Tops (November 1955) that the organization had folded and and that the [[Magic Youth International]] had started up (later taken on by the [[IBM]].)
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Robert Watson reported in the [[Tops]] (November 1955) that the organization had folded and that the [[Magic Youth International]] had started up (later taken on by the [[IBM]].)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:02, 8 April 2011

The Teen-Age Magicians of America was formed in 1954 with the merging of three clubs, the original Teen-Age Magicians of America (form in the early 1950s ), the Lads of Legerdemain and The Magic Wand Correspondence Club.

Their official publications were first The Wand and then after the merger, The Teenage Trixter.

In early 1955, Arthur Andrews released a card trick "Spectacular", with all proceeds go to the club.

Robert Watson reported in the Tops (November 1955) that the organization had folded and that the Magic Youth International had started up (later taken on by the IBM.)

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