This is a vintage ORIGINAL collectible booklet from 1935.Very rare!
The Pacific Coast Association of Magicians (PCAM) is an organization of magicians from the western United States.Started in 1932, PCAM is still going strong.
The Pacific Coast Magic News was a newsletter which started on January, 1935 as the official magazine of PCAM. It continued for seventeen issues, until August 1936. At that time Genii Magazine, with its first issue in September 1936, took over as the official magazine.
Printed very inexpensively, the early issues of Pacific Coast Magic News were stapled, mimeographed publications.
This issue contains news about the future plans of PCAM and lots of details about the upcoming 1935 convention, including performers and prizes to be awarded. Pages of information!The booklet also contains news from the local PCAM groups, including Oakland, Spokane and San Diego.
A fascinating glipse into magical history!
This is a VINTAGE booklet.
CONDITION: good - shows some age yellowing, cover stains, bends, bumps and scuffs.Staples are nice and tight.Two holes have been punched along the spine, probably to allow for storage in a binder.The holes do not pass through any of the type on the pages.PUBLISHED: June-July 1935 by PCAMSoftcover. 25 pages.