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He became interested in magic as a boy when he saw [[Harry Blackstone Sr.]], then later began performing at clubs, hotels, occasionally for the USO during WWII, and more recently for fund-raising causes and parties of friends. In 2005, his first book of card magic was released by the Toronto publishing house, [[I Saw That!]], a collection of tricks called [[On the Other Side of the Mirror]].  
 
He became interested in magic as a boy when he saw [[Harry Blackstone Sr.]], then later began performing at clubs, hotels, occasionally for the USO during WWII, and more recently for fund-raising causes and parties of friends. In 2005, his first book of card magic was released by the Toronto publishing house, [[I Saw That!]], a collection of tricks called [[On the Other Side of the Mirror]].  
  
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*[[On the Other Side of the Mirror]] (written by Cushing Strout, published by [[I Saw That!]] in 2005)
 
*[[On the Other Side of the Mirror]] (written by Cushing Strout, published by [[I Saw That!]] in 2005)
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* THE MAGIC CIRCULAR, Vol. 100, No. 1077, April 2006, In Review "On the Other Side of the Mirror", page 140
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Revision as of 09:39, 31 December 2012

Cushing Strout
Born1923

CategoriesBooks by Cushing Strout
Professor Cushing Strout has a Ph.D. from Harvard University in American Studies and had an endowed chair in that field at Cornell University until 1989 when he retired.

He became interested in magic as a boy when he saw Harry Blackstone Sr., then later began performing at clubs, hotels, occasionally for the USO during WWII, and more recently for fund-raising causes and parties of friends. In 2005, his first book of card magic was released by the Toronto publishing house, I Saw That!, a collection of tricks called On the Other Side of the Mirror.

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