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==Events==
 
==Events==
  
==== January ====
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=== January ===
 
*[[Magic : The Magazine of Wonder]], a short lived periodical, begins publication, Jan
 
*[[Magic : The Magazine of Wonder]], a short lived periodical, begins publication, Jan
==== Feburary ====
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=== February ===
 
*[[Soto Sunetaro]], who performed a silent Japanese act, dies, Feb 10
 
*[[Soto Sunetaro]], who performed a silent Japanese act, dies, Feb 10
 
*[[J. B. Bobo]], author of 4 magic books, is born, Feb 11
 
*[[J. B. Bobo]], author of 4 magic books, is born, Feb 11
==== March ====
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=== March ===
 
*The [[Boy Magician]], a periodical, ends publication after 1 year, Mar
 
*The [[Boy Magician]], a periodical, ends publication after 1 year, Mar
 
*[[Imro Fox]], a highly-skilled sleight of hand artist, dies, Mar 4
 
*[[Imro Fox]], a highly-skilled sleight of hand artist, dies, Mar 4
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*[[Frances Ireland Marshall]] is born, Mar 25
 
*[[Frances Ireland Marshall]] is born, Mar 25
 
*[[Henry Hay]], author of many classic books on magic for beginners, is born ''June Barrows Mussey'', Mar 30
 
*[[Henry Hay]], author of many classic books on magic for beginners, is born ''June Barrows Mussey'', Mar 30
==== April ====
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=== April ===
 
*The [[American Magician]] periodical begins publication, Apr 10
 
*The [[American Magician]] periodical begins publication, Apr 10
 
*[[Tommy Martin]], the first magician to play Radio City Music Hall in New York City, is born, Apr 20
 
*[[Tommy Martin]], the first magician to play Radio City Music Hall in New York City, is born, Apr 20
 
*[[Signor Barnello]], also known as "The Human Volcano", dies Apr 30
 
*[[Signor Barnello]], also known as "The Human Volcano", dies Apr 30
==== May ====
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=== May ===
 
*[[Beatrice Foster]] marries [[Howard Thurston]], May 10
 
*[[Beatrice Foster]] marries [[Howard Thurston]], May 10
==== June ====
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=== June ===
 
*[[Edwards' Monthly]], a magic periodical, ends publication, June
 
*[[Edwards' Monthly]], a magic periodical, ends publication, June
==== August ====
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=== August ===
 
*''Maskelyne and Devant's Mysteries'' is presented in [[St. George's Hall]], Aug
 
*''Maskelyne and Devant's Mysteries'' is presented in [[St. George's Hall]], Aug
 
*The [[Wizard (Selbit)]], a magic periodical, ends publication, Aug
 
*The [[Wizard (Selbit)]], a magic periodical, ends publication, Aug
 
*[[Winston Freer]] is born, Aug 21
 
*[[Winston Freer]] is born, Aug 21
==== September ====
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=== September ===
 
*The [[Magic Wand]], a periodical which ran for 47 years, begins publication, Sept
 
*The [[Magic Wand]], a periodical which ran for 47 years, begins publication, Sept
 
*[[Carl Orton Williams]] appears on the cover of the [[Magic Mirror]], Sept
 
*[[Carl Orton Williams]] appears on the cover of the [[Magic Mirror]], Sept
 
*According to [[Genii 1941 March]], an ''Albini Program'' is presented, Sept 19  
 
*According to [[Genii 1941 March]], an ''Albini Program'' is presented, Sept 19  
==== November ====
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=== November ===
 
*The [[Magical World]], a magic periodical published by [[Max Sterling]] in the UK, begins publication
 
*The [[Magical World]], a magic periodical published by [[Max Sterling]] in the UK, begins publication
 
*The [[Phantom Card Trick]] is published in [[Magical World]] Vol 1, No. 3, Nov 18  
 
*The [[Phantom Card Trick]] is published in [[Magical World]] Vol 1, No. 3, Nov 18  
==== December ====
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=== December ===
 
*[[David Livingston Price, Jr.]], an author and collector of magic history, is born, Dec 15
 
*[[David Livingston Price, Jr.]], an author and collector of magic history, is born, Dec 15
 
*[[Rameses]] appears on the cover of [[Sphinx]] Vol 9, Dec 15
 
*[[Rameses]] appears on the cover of [[Sphinx]] Vol 9, Dec 15
==== Year ====
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=== Undated ===
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Births
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*[[E. Brian MacCarthy]], an English amateur magician and member of the [[Magic Circle]], is born
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*[[Fred Robinson]], founder and editor of Pabular, is born
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*[[Recil Bordner]] is born
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*[[Trevor Hall]], a magic book collector, is born
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*[[George McAthy]], also known as Mandroop the magician, is born
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*[[Ralph Adams]], who developed a black art act, is born
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*[[Glen Pope]], known for a period as the "Thimble King", is born
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Deaths
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*[[Edwin Sachs]], a sports writer and amateur magician, dies
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*[[Zirka]], a female magician, dies
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*[[Henry Roltair]], who was a vaudeville illusionist in the United States, dies
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Publications
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*''[[Hofzinser's Card Conjuring|Kartenkünste]]'', by [[Ottokar Fischer]], is published
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*''[[Joseffy]], by Carl Sandburg (promotional booklet)'' is published
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*''New Card Tricks'', 3rd and 4th series, are published as part of Stanyon's Serial Lessons in Conjuring, by [[Ellis Stanyon]]
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*''[[Home Fun]]'' by [[Cecil H. Bullivant]], a book that contains a chapter on [[Shadowgraphy|Hand Shadows]], is published
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*[[Remember and Forget]], a card routine, is first published
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*''[[Ten Self-working Master Card Effects with Ordinary Playing Cards]]'', by [[Sydney Lawrence]], is published
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*The third [[Magician Annual]], is published
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*[[Magical Titbits]], by [[Professor Hoffmann]], is published
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*''[[Magicians' Tricks, How They Are Done]]'', co-authored by [[Adrian Plate]] and [[Henry Hatton]], is published
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*''[[The Art of Modern Conjuring and Drawing Room Entertainment]]'', is published in America
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*''[[Tricks for Everyone]]'', by David Devant, is published
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*''The Dramatic Art of Magic'', by [[Louis Haley]], is published
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*''[[Tricks of the Magic Trade]]'', by [[Billy Russell]], is published
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Other
 
*[[Servais LeRoy]] takes over the City Magical Company in London  
 
*[[Servais LeRoy]] takes over the City Magical Company in London  
 
*[[Theodore Annemann]] is shown in the Barton Township, at the age of 3, by census
 
*[[Theodore Annemann]] is shown in the Barton Township, at the age of 3, by census
 
*[[Theodore DeLand]] markets the [[Two Card Monte]] and ''Million Dollar Mystery''
 
*[[Theodore DeLand]] markets the [[Two Card Monte]] and ''Million Dollar Mystery''
*''[[Hofzinser's Card Conjuring|Kartenkünste]]'', by [[Ottokar Fischer]], is published
 
 
*[[Clement De Lion]] tours the United States in vaudeville  
 
*[[Clement De Lion]] tours the United States in vaudeville  
 
*[[Ionia|Clementine De Vere]] starts performing as "Ionia, the Goddess of Mystery" and "The Enchanctress"
 
*[[Ionia|Clementine De Vere]] starts performing as "Ionia, the Goddess of Mystery" and "The Enchanctress"
*''[[Joseffy]], by Carl Sandburg (promotional booklet)'' is published
 
 
*[[David Lustig]] starts his vaudeville career at the age of 17
 
*[[David Lustig]] starts his vaudeville career at the age of 17
*[[E. Brian MacCarthy]], an English amateur magician and member of the [[Magic Circle]], is born
 
 
*[[Nicola]] makes his first trip around the world
 
*[[Nicola]] makes his first trip around the world
 
*[[Maurice F. Raymond]], after playing in the vaudeville circuits, makes a tour of Australia
 
*[[Maurice F. Raymond]], after playing in the vaudeville circuits, makes a tour of Australia
*[[Fred Robinson]], founder and editor of Pabular, is born
 
*''New Card Tricks'', 3rd and 4th series, are published as part of Stanyon's Serial Lessons in Conjuring, by [[Ellis Stanyon]]
 
*''[[Home Fun]]'' by [[Cecil H. Bullivant]], a book that contains a chapter on [[Shadowgraphy|Hand Shadows]], is published
 
 
*The [[Menetekel Deck]], is first credited to [[Burling Hull]]
 
*The [[Menetekel Deck]], is first credited to [[Burling Hull]]
*[[Remember and Forget]], a card routine, is first published
 
 
*[[Carl Rosini]] tours South America
 
*[[Carl Rosini]] tours South America
*[[Recil Bordner]] is born
 
*[[Edwin Sachs]], a sports writer and amateur magician, dies
 
*[[Trevor Hall]], a magic book collector, is born
 
*''[[Ten Self-working Master Card Effects with Ordinary Playing Cards]]'', by [[Sydney Lawrence]], is published
 
 
*"The Golden Age of [[Automata]]" ends
 
*"The Golden Age of [[Automata]]" ends
 
*[[Rameses]] does a United States tour
 
*[[Rameses]] does a United States tour
 
*The [[London Palladium]], a theater in England, opens
 
*The [[London Palladium]], a theater in England, opens
*[[Zirka]], a female magician, dies
 
*[[George McAthy]], also known as Mandroop the magician, is born
 
*The third [[Magician Annual]], is published
 
*[[Magical Titbits]], by [[Professor Hoffmann]], is published
 
*[[Ralph Adams]], who developed a black art act, is born
 
*''[[Magicians' Tricks, How They Are Done]]'', co-authored by [[Adrian Plate]] and [[Henry Hatton]], is published
 
*''[[The Art of Modern Conjuring and Drawing Room Entertainment]]'', is published in America
 
*[[Henry Roltair]], who was a vaudeville illusionist in the United States, dies
 
*[[Glen Pope]], known for a period as the "Thimble King", is born
 
*''[[Tricks for Everyone]]'', by David Devant, is published
 
 
*[[The Great Maurice]] appears in the United States
 
*[[The Great Maurice]] appears in the United States
 
*The [[Wrestling Cheese]] illusion is built by [[Henry Bates]] for [[P. T. Selbit]]
 
*The [[Wrestling Cheese]] illusion is built by [[Henry Bates]] for [[P. T. Selbit]]
*''[[Tricks of the Magic Trade]]'', by [[Billy Russell]], is published
 
 
*The Marriotts change their name to The [[Zomahs]] circa. 1910
 
*The Marriotts change their name to The [[Zomahs]] circa. 1910
*''The Dramatic Art of Magic'', by [[Louis Haley]], is published
 
 
  
 
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==Positions==

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Events

January

February

  • Soto Sunetaro, who performed a silent Japanese act, dies, Feb 10
  • J. B. Bobo, author of 4 magic books, is born, Feb 11

March

  • The Boy Magician, a periodical, ends publication after 1 year, Mar
  • Imro Fox, a highly-skilled sleight of hand artist, dies, Mar 4
  • J.G. Thompson, Jr., a prominent banker and magician who specialized in close-up magic, card magic and mentalism, is born, Mar 13
  • Frances Ireland Marshall is born, Mar 25
  • Henry Hay, author of many classic books on magic for beginners, is born June Barrows Mussey, Mar 30

April

  • The American Magician periodical begins publication, Apr 10
  • Tommy Martin, the first magician to play Radio City Music Hall in New York City, is born, Apr 20
  • Signor Barnello, also known as "The Human Volcano", dies Apr 30

May

June

August

September

November

December

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Births

Deaths

  • Edwin Sachs, a sports writer and amateur magician, dies
  • Zirka, a female magician, dies
  • Henry Roltair, who was a vaudeville illusionist in the United States, dies

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