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1920s MACUSA Wands and wandlore

Wand Permit Office

“The Wand Permit Office is only slightly larger than a cupboard. There are piles of unopened wand applications.”
-- WFT

A small, dingy basement room in the MACUSA building in New York where Tina Goldstein, who was dismissed as an Auror, works.

The basement of MACUSA is considered "cramped, airless, windowless," a place where "utter no-hopers work." The corner of the room that is specifically labeled as the Wand Permit Office is "dingy" and is only slightly larger than a cupboard. The place seems unorganized, as there are unopened wand applications piled everywhere.

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