Conference on Magic History

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[[Los Angeles Conference on Magic History]] is a biennial invitation-only conference organized and hosted by [[Ricky Jay]], [[Mike Caveney]], [[John Gaughan]] and [[Jim Steinmeyer]].  The purpose of the conference is to showcase historical magic.
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'''The Los Angeles Conference on Magic History''' is a biennial invitation-only conference organized and hosted by [[Ricky Jay]], [[Mike Caveney]], [[John Gaughan]] and [[Jim Steinmeyer]].  The purpose of the conference is to showcase historical magic.
  
 
== Conferences ==
 
== Conferences ==
# 1989 De Kolta's Expanding Die, Automata, Thayer magic.
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# 1989 - 02/04 November: De Kolta's [[Expanding Die]], [[Automata]], [[Thayer]] magic. <ref>[[Genii 1989 August]]</ref>
# 1991 Rene Lavand, The Charles Carter Show.
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# 1991 - 07/09 November: [[Rene Lavand]], The [[Charles Carter]] Show. <ref>[[Genii 1992 January]]</ref>
# 1993 Hooker Card Rise, Sawing a Woman in Halves.
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# 1993 - [[Hooker Card Rise]], [[Sawing a Woman in Halves]].
# 1995 Tribute to Robert Lund, The Blue Room.
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# 1995 - 09/11 November: Tribute to [[Robert Lund]], The Blue Room. <ref>[[Genii 1995 December]]</ref>
# 1997 Will, the Witch and the Watch, the Chess Automaton.
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# 1997 - [[Will, the Witch and the Watch]], the Chess [[Automaton]]. <ref>[[Genii 1997 November]]</ref>
# 1999 The Mascot Moth, the Automaton Clarinet Player.
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# 1999 - 11/13 November: [[The Mascot Moth]], the Automaton Clarinet Player. <ref>[[Genii 2000 January]]</ref>
# 2001 Guy Jarrett’s creations, The Million Dollar Mystery, The Great Fasola.
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# 2001 - 08/10 November: [[Guy Jarrett]]’s creations, [[The Million Dollar Mystery]], [[The Great Fasola]]. <ref>[[Genii 2002 January]]</ref>
# 2003 Tanagra, Lesley Hazlitt (Piddington), Devant’s Chocolate Soldier from St. George's Hall and Morritt’s famous Oh! illusion from Egyptian Hall. Brindamour, “The Original Jail Breaker and Handcuff King”
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# 2003 - 06/08 November: Tanagra, [[Lesley Hazlitt]] (Piddington), [[Devant]]’s Chocolate Soldier from [[St. George's Hall]] and [[Morritt]]’s famous Oh! illusion from [[Egyptian Hall]]. [[Brindamour]], "The Original Jail Breaker and Handcuff King" <ref> [[Genii 2004 January]]</ref>
# 2005 The Wrestling Cheese, Professor Thomas Tobin’s Palingenesia, Del Adelphia, and Kellar’s Psycho.
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# 2005 - [[The Wrestling Cheese]], Professor Thomas Tobin’s [[Palingenesia]], [[Del Adelphia]], and [[Kellar]]’s Psycho. <ref>[[Genii 2006 January]]</ref>
# 2007 Hooker Rising Cards.
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# 2007 - 08/10 November: Hooker Rising Cards. <ref>[[Genii 2008 January]]</ref>
# 2009 Robert-Houdin's Orange Tree, David Devant's Beau Brocade, Charles Morritt's Goodbye Winter and Pierre-Jacques de Loutherbourg's Eidophusikon.
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# 2009 - [[Robert-Houdin]]'s Orange Tree, David Devant's Beau Brocade, Charles Morritt's Goodbye Winter and Pierre-Jacques de Loutherbourg's Eidophusikon. <ref>[[Genii 2010 January]]</ref>
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# 2011 - 10/12 November <ref> cover story [[Genii 2012 January]]</ref>
  
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[[Category:History]]

Latest revision as of 17:44, 3 November 2012

The Los Angeles Conference on Magic History is a biennial invitation-only conference organized and hosted by Ricky Jay, Mike Caveney, John Gaughan and Jim Steinmeyer. The purpose of the conference is to showcase historical magic.

Conferences

  1. 1989 - 02/04 November: De Kolta's Expanding Die, Automata, Thayer magic. [1]
  2. 1991 - 07/09 November: Rene Lavand, The Charles Carter Show. [2]
  3. 1993 - Hooker Card Rise, Sawing a Woman in Halves.
  4. 1995 - 09/11 November: Tribute to Robert Lund, The Blue Room. [3]
  5. 1997 - Will, the Witch and the Watch, the Chess Automaton. [4]
  6. 1999 - 11/13 November: The Mascot Moth, the Automaton Clarinet Player. [5]
  7. 2001 - 08/10 November: Guy Jarrett’s creations, The Million Dollar Mystery, The Great Fasola. [6]
  8. 2003 - 06/08 November: Tanagra, Lesley Hazlitt (Piddington), Devant’s Chocolate Soldier from St. George's Hall and Morritt’s famous Oh! illusion from Egyptian Hall. Brindamour, "The Original Jail Breaker and Handcuff King" [7]
  9. 2005 - The Wrestling Cheese, Professor Thomas Tobin’s Palingenesia, Del Adelphia, and Kellar’s Psycho. [8]
  10. 2007 - 08/10 November: Hooker Rising Cards. [9]
  11. 2009 - Robert-Houdin's Orange Tree, David Devant's Beau Brocade, Charles Morritt's Goodbye Winter and Pierre-Jacques de Loutherbourg's Eidophusikon. [10]
  12. 2011 - 10/12 November [11]


References

  1. Genii 1989 August
  2. Genii 1992 January
  3. Genii 1995 December
  4. Genii 1997 November
  5. Genii 2000 January
  6. Genii 2002 January
  7. Genii 2004 January
  8. Genii 2006 January
  9. Genii 2008 January
  10. Genii 2010 January
  11. cover story Genii 2012 January
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