Magic Square Links

Suzanne  AlejandreMagic Squares
Willem  BarinkHow many structurally different Latin Squares Order 5 do exist?
Christian  BoyerMultimagic Squares
Arie  BreedijkMagic Square
Kevin  BrownSolving magic squares
Dwane   and Keith  CampbellMagic Cube
Holger  DanielssonMagic Squares
Marc S.  FarrarMagic Squares
Francis  GaspalouMagic Squares
Bogdan  GolunskiNumber Galaxy
Alan W.  GrogonoGrogono Magic Squares
Eddie N.  GutierrezOddwheel: Magic Squares, Squares of Squares, and Interleaved Sequences
Harvey  HeinzMagic Squares, Stars, and Other Number Patterns
George  JellissMagic Torus Tours
Charles  KellyMagic Squares and Hyper Cubes
Craig  KnechtKnecht Magic Squares Site


Water Retention on Mathematical Surfaces
Jürgen  KöllerMagic Squares
Peter D.  LolyNine Chapters of Magical Squares, and other pages
Donald  MorrisBest Franklin Squares
Mitsutoshi  NakamuraMagic Cubes and Tesseracts

The On-Line
Encyclopedia
of Integer Sequences
A006052 Number of magic squares of order n composed of the numbers from 1 to n^2, counted up to rotations and reflections
A271103 Number of magic and semi-magic squares of order n composed of the numbers from 1 to n^2, counted up to rotations and reflections

Paul C.  PaslesThe Book, and Publications
Lee  SallowsGeomagic Squares
Kanji  SetsudaMagic Squares and Cubes
Mutsumi  SuzukiMagic Squares
Mark  SwaneyOn the History of Magic Squares
Inder J.  TanejaNumbers Magic
Walter  TrumpNotes on Magic Squares and Cubes
Gérard  VilleminMagic Squares
Nombres: Curiosités - théorie - usage
Eric W.  WeissteinMagic Square
Harry  WhiteMagic Squares
Aale  de WinkelThe Magic Encyclopedia
WikipediaMagic Square


Suzanne Alejandre, at Math Forum, Drexel University, publishes contributions from Allan Adler and many other magic square specialists.
Harvey Heinz is greatly missed since he passed away in 2013, but his site continues to give us much useful information.
Mutsumi Suzuki retired in 2001. His pages used to be available at Math Forum, Drexel University. Unfortunately, since their site was reorganised, the access has become difficult. Today it is simpler to use http://web.archive.org (as above).