George Kaplan

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| death_place              = Great Neck, Nassau County, NY
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| resting_place            = Interment Cedar Park Cemetery
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Kaplan was published in many magic magazines.<ref>[http://www.magictimes.com/archives/2001/2001-08_27-02.htm Obit, MagicTimes News Archives]</ref>
 
Kaplan was published in many magic magazines.<ref>[http://www.magictimes.com/archives/2001/2001-08_27-02.htm Obit, MagicTimes News Archives]</ref>
 
  
 
He invented The Bombay Mystery Card Trick in 1944.
 
He invented The Bombay Mystery Card Trick in 1944.
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==Books==
 
==Books==
 
* [[The Fine Art of Magic]] (1948)
 
* [[The Fine Art of Magic]] (1948)
 
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 07:59, 8 September 2012

George Kaplan (1902 - 2001) was a strong supporter of magic, serving as the dean of the Society of American Magicians, Parent Assembly and was named their "Magician of the Year" in 1995.

George Kaplan
BornGeorge Gilbert Kaplan
April 24, 1902
DiedSeptember 1, 2001 (age 99)
Great Neck, Nassau County, NY
Resting placeInterment Cedar Park Cemetery

Kaplan was published in many magic magazines.[1]

He invented The Bombay Mystery Card Trick in 1944.

Books

References

  1. Obit, MagicTimes News Archives
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