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'''Washington Wizards''' was a magic club in Washington D.C. formed by [[Al Cohen]] of [[Al's Magic Shop]] in July 1976.  
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}}'''Washington Wizards''' was a magic club (and magazine) in Washington D.C. formed by [[Al Cohen]] of [[Al's Magic Shop]] in July 1976.  
  
 
It was also the name of their type-written monthly Newsletter which also began in July 1976. The newsletter gave information about who was performing and lecturing in the area as well as new tricks and book reviews. The newsletter (though less then periodic at times)  ran at least until 1994.
 
It was also the name of their type-written monthly Newsletter which also began in July 1976. The newsletter gave information about who was performing and lecturing in the area as well as new tricks and book reviews. The newsletter (though less then periodic at times)  ran at least until 1994.

Revision as of 12:18, 11 February 2012

Washington Wizards
Frequencymonthly
PublisherAl Cohen
First issueJuly 1976
Final issue1994?
Washington Wizards was a magic club (and magazine) in Washington D.C. formed by Al Cohen of Al's Magic Shop in July 1976.

It was also the name of their type-written monthly Newsletter which also began in July 1976. The newsletter gave information about who was performing and lecturing in the area as well as new tricks and book reviews. The newsletter (though less then periodic at times) ran at least until 1994.