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JOHN MUL HOLLAND'S BID FOR SERENITY

AN INDEPENDENT MAGAZINE FOR MAGICIANS JOHN MULHOUAND, Ukoc

130 WEST 42nd STREET NEW YORK. NEW YORK

March 7, 1941.

Dear Compeer:

At the Council Meeting held on March first In Few York City, we are told that the delegates were never permitted to Tote for their preference of publication for the future printing of M.U.M. Rather they were asked to decide on rules for conducting the business between the 6.A.M. and The Sphinx, which the officers knew would eliminate The Sphinx. Ve believe that the delegates were not aware of this fact. Enclosed Is a report of the conflicting details.

I am bringing this to your attention beoauae through the pages of M.U.M. and through letters from members to The Sphinx office, we knew that a majority of the Assemblies - Assemblies having an overwhelming majority of the membership - voted, In Assembly meetings, of their preference for The Sphinx as the Society's Offloial Organ.

As a life member of the S.A.M. (card number 640), and as editor of The Sphinx I want yon to know that Tbe Sphinx will oontlnue, as it has during the entire life of the Soolety, to serve the 8.A.M. to the extent of its resources.

Best personal wishes.

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