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'''IBM Ring 1''' is the St. Louis Missouri chapter  of the [[International Brotherhood of Magicians]].
 
'''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 was also later formed into a [[Society of American Magicians]] Assembly. When this Assembly was disbanded he formed the "St. Louis Society of Magicians".  
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Originally began as the "St. Louis Magic Club" with [[Andrew Buel]] as one of the founding members. It was later formed into a [[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 idea of linking rings) at a convention & President [[W.W. Durbin]] gave him permission to form the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring One in St. Louis.  
 
In 1927, Buel created the idea of the assemblies being called rings (based upon the idea of linking rings) at a convention & President [[W.W. Durbin]] gave him permission to form the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring One in St. Louis.  
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* 1987 Barry Silverman
 
* 1987 Barry Silverman
 
* 1988 [[Chuck Levy|Laurence "Chuck" Levy]]
 
* 1988 [[Chuck Levy|Laurence "Chuck" Levy]]
* 1989 Rick Neiswonger
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* 1989 [[Rick Neiswonger]]
 
* 1990 [[Roger Linden]] (Egar)
 
* 1990 [[Roger Linden]] (Egar)
 
* 1991 [[Steve Causey]]
 
* 1991 [[Steve Causey]]

Latest revision as of 11:57, 2 August 2014

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 was later formed into a 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 idea of linking rings) at a convention & President W.W. Durbin gave him permission to form the International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring One in St. Louis.

The Midwest Magic Jubilee is held each year in St. Louis. Started in 1956 and shared with Kansas City the Jubliee has grown every year. It was noted as Dia Vernon's favorite convention.

The book about the Ring One presidents and other famous St. Louis magicians, History of Magic in St. Louis, was written by Don Rataj in 2011.

St. Louis past Ring One Presidents

References