A.M.C.C. Review

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A.M.C.C. Review
EditorsTheodore Brameld
FrequencyMonthly
First issueNovember 1919
Final issueDecember 1920
Total issues10

A.M.C.C. Review (1919-1920) was the official organ of the Amateur Magicians Correspondence Club which began in November 1919 by the founder "Aladdin" (Theodore Brameld). David Kissick was the Business Manager and 'Mystery Gordon' (Gene Gordon) wrote several feature articles.

The first two issues were published in Paterson, New Jersery, the rest from Neilsville, Wisconsin. A fictional story "The Magiconjurers," about two young magicians, appeared in the first eight issues, but was never completed.

They were printed on a cheap grade of newsprint, so not many are still preserved.

Issues

A complete file consists of the following 10 issues:

  • VI Nl (November 1919)
  • VI N2 (December 1919)
  • VI N3 (April 1920)
  • VI N4 (May 1920)
  • VI N5 (June 1920)
  • VI N6 (July 1920)
  • VI N7 (August 1920)
  • VI N8 (September 1920)
  • VI N9 (October 1920)
  • VI N10/11 (December 1920)


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