Csuri Notes

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Csuri Notes
AuthorFrank Csuri
Publication Date1950
LanguageEnglish
 

The Csuri Notes were re-typed correspondences, by Frank Csuri in the 1950s, between Faucett Ross, Charlie Miller, Paul Fox, Dai Vernon and other sleight-of-hand magicians.

With the exception of the Jacob Daley's Notebooks, the Csuri Notes were never professionally published or sold; instead, Csuri produced only six copies of each set of notes and distributed them to friends. Conrad Bush was one and after his death, his library was purchased by Herb Zarrow.

Both Bush and Zarrow added their own notations and the resulting 21 three-ring binders are being auctioned off as part of the "Herb Zarrow Collection" on October 23, 2010. [1]

References

  1. Catalog of the Zarrow Collections
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