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The Origins of Wonder

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 This roll-up production tube is commonly credited to Marconick, who introduced it to the U.K. from Holland. In //​Abracadabra//,​ No. 3274, Oct. 25, 2008, p. 652, Ali Bongo wrote that he published "​Snowstorm in Pongolia"​ in the Feb. 23, 1963 issue of //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​20310/​Abracadabra+Vol+35/​126|Abracadabra]]//​ (No. 891), which used the same principle. Bongo feels the principle "may have been around in the fruitful Victorian era." This roll-up production tube is commonly credited to Marconick, who introduced it to the U.K. from Holland. In //​Abracadabra//,​ No. 3274, Oct. 25, 2008, p. 652, Ali Bongo wrote that he published "​Snowstorm in Pongolia"​ in the Feb. 23, 1963 issue of //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​20310/​Abracadabra+Vol+35/​126|Abracadabra]]//​ (No. 891), which used the same principle. Bongo feels the principle "may have been around in the fruitful Victorian era."
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