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EvilClown
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Are there any libraries in the US or Canada (or elsewhere) that are publicly-accessible and that are known for unusually strong collections of magic books? As a member, I have been in the Magic Castle library, but I am only in Los Angeles rarely. I know there is an amazing collection in New York at the Conjuring Arts Research Center but I have never had the chance to visit. Are there other places in the US or Canada known for their collection of magic books?
sc0315
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Great question, I was wondering the same thing, as it can get expensive quickly accumulating books and lectures. Hopefully someone out here has some information they could share. That would be great!
Rachmaninov
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The best thing is to know a magician who has such a library. I have a pretty large magic and general library, I was lending some books at first, noting on a file what was where. But after a while, it was hard to have my books back so I decided to stop, and if people want to read some of my books, they are welcomed in my home but I don’t allow them to take them away.
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