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Originally began as the "St. Louis Magic Club" with [[Andrew Buel]] as one of the founding members. It later formed into an [[Society of American Magicians]] Assembly. When this Assembly was disbanded he formed the "St. Louis Society of Magicians".  
 
Originally began as the "St. Louis Magic Club" with [[Andrew Buel]] as one of the founding members. It later formed into an [[Society of American Magicians]] Assembly. When this Assembly was disbanded he formed the "St. Louis Society of Magicians".  
  
In 1927, Buel created the idea of the assemblies being called rings 9based upon the linking rings) at a convention and President [[W.W. Durbin]] gave permission to form the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring One in St. Louis.  
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In 1927, Buel created the idea of the assemblies being called rings (based upon the linking rings) at a convention and President [[W.W. Durbin]] gave permission to form the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring One in St. Louis.  
  
 
== St. Louis past Ring One Presidents ==
 
== St. Louis past Ring One Presidents ==

Revision as of 03:07, 11 July 2011

IBM Ring 1 is the St. Louis Missouri chapter of the International Brotherhood of Magicians.

Originally began as the "St. Louis Magic Club" with Andrew Buel as one of the founding members. It later formed into an Society of American Magicians Assembly. When this Assembly was disbanded he formed the "St. Louis Society of Magicians".

In 1927, Buel created the idea of the assemblies being called rings (based upon the linking rings) at a convention and President W.W. Durbin gave permission to form the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring One in St. Louis.

St. Louis past Ring One Presidents

References

  • "Brief history of Ring No. 1" By Andrew H. Buel, Linking Ring, June 1939, page 337
  • "History of Ring No.1" by Buel, Linking Ring, March 1942, page 48.
  • "The history of magic in St. Louis" by Don Rataj 2011.