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== Selected events==
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[[Ray Grismer]], a gifted jazz pianist and amateur magician, dies, Jan. 21
  
=== 50 years ago ===
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== Conventions ==
In [[1960]]:
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* First annual Magic-Con, organized by Dan and Dave Buck with Syd Segal, will take place March 18-21 2010 in San Diego, California.
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* [[IBM]] Irish Ring 85 Diamond Jubilee Convention, Belfast : April 30 - May 02 2010
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* [[SAM]] Convention June 30 to July 3 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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* [[IBM]] Convention July 6 - 10 in San Diego, California.
  
=== 100 years ago ===
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== 50 years ago ==
In [[1910]]:
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In [[1960]] a few selected events were:
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* [[Gus Fowler]], an English magician known as "The Watch King" and "The Chronometrical Illusionist", dies.
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* [[Dr. Stanley Jaks]] dies.
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* [[Richiardi Jr]] and [[Don Alan]] appear on the [[Ed Sullivan Show]].
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* [[Percy Abbott]], co-founder of the [[Blackstone Magic Company]], dies
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* [[The Great LaFollette]] dies.
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*''[[Comedy A La Card]]'', written by [[Karrell Fox]], is published by [[L.L. Ireland Magic Co.]]
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*''[[Seconds, Centers and Bottoms]]'', by [[Ed Marlo]], is published as the 8th in the [[Revolutionary Card Technique|RCT]] series of booklets
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*''[[The Magic of Slydini]]'', by [[Lewis Ganson]], is published by the [[Supreme Magic Co.]]
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*The ''[[13 Steps to Mentalism]]'', booklets 12-13, written by [[Tony Corinda]], are published
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*''[[A Lifetime in Magic]]'', written as an autobiography by [[Percy Abbott]], is published
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*[[The Magic Land of Allakazam]] begins airing on national television with host [[Mark Wilson]]
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*[[MacDonald's Aces]] routine is first published
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*''[[Steranko on Cards]]'', by [[Jim Steranko]], is published by [[L.L. Ireland Magic Co.]]
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*[[Neil Foster]] revives the The [[Tops]] magazine as the editor of The [[New Tops]].
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*[[Peter Pit]] moves to the United States
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*[[Don Tanner]] begins serving as Editor of the [[New Phoenix]] for No. 351-396
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*''[[Tricks You Can Count On]]'', written by [[Larry West]], is published
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*The [[Magical Bookie]], a periodical that ran for 14 years, begins publication
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*The last edition of the [[The Midget Magician]], an undersized periodical, is published
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*[[Matrix]], a card an coin trick, is developed by [[Al Schneider]]
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*[[Midnight Magic Monthly]], a magic periodical, ends publication
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*[[Magic Net]], formerly the ''Magic Net English Monthly'', is started
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*[[Cub Scout Magic]], is written and illustrated by [[Frank Rigney]]
  
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== 100 years ago ==
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In [[1910]] a few selected events were:
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* [[Magic : The Magazine of Wonder]], a short lived periodical, begins publication.
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*[[J. B. Bobo]], author of 4 magic books, is born.
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*The [[Boy Magician]], a periodical, ends publication and becomes the [[American Magician]].
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*[[Imro Fox]], a highly-skilled sleight of hand artist, dies.
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*[[Frances Ireland Marshall]] is born.
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*[[Henry Hay]], author of many classic books on magic for beginners, is born ''June Barrows Mussey''.
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*The [[American Magician]] periodical begins publication
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*[[Beatrice Foster]] marries [[Howard Thurston]].
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*The [[Wizard (Selbit)]], a magic periodical, ends publication.
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*[[Winston Freer]] is born.
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*The [[Magic Wand]], a periodical which ran for 47 years, begins publication.
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*The [[Magical World]], a magic periodical published by [[Max Sterling]] in the UK, begins publication.
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*[[Theodore DeLand]] markets the [[Two Card Monte]] and ''Million Dollar Mystery''
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*''[[Hofzinser's Card Conjuring|Kartenkünste]]'', by [[Ottokar Fischer]], is published
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*[[Clement De Lion]] tours the United States in vaudeville
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*[[Ionia|Clementine De Vere]] starts performing as "Ionia, the Goddess of Mystery" and "The Enchanctress" 
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*[[Nicola]] makes his first trip around the world
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*[[Maurice F. Raymond]], after playing in the vaudeville circuits, makes a tour of Australia
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*The [[Menetekel Deck]], is first credited to [[Burling Hull]]
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*[[Remember and Forget]], a card routine, is first published
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*[[Carl Rosini]] tours South America
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*[[Edwin Sachs]], a sports writer and amateur magician, dies
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*[[Magical Titbits]], by [[Professor Hoffmann]], is published
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*''[[The Art of Modern Conjuring and Drawing Room Entertainment]]'', is published in America
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== References ==
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* [http://www.geniimagazine.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=236174#Post236174 Dustin Stinett's 2010 Year in Review]

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Contents

Selected events

  • Ray Grismer, a gifted jazz pianist and amateur magician, dies, Jan. 21

Conventions

  • First annual Magic-Con, organized by Dan and Dave Buck with Syd Segal, will take place March 18-21 2010 in San Diego, California.
  • IBM Irish Ring 85 Diamond Jubilee Convention, Belfast : April 30 - May 02 2010
  • SAM Convention June 30 to July 3 in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • IBM Convention July 6 - 10 in San Diego, California.

50 years ago

In 1960 a few selected events were:

100 years ago

In 1910 a few selected events were:

References

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