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[[Laurie L. Ireland]] (1898- April 27, 1954) was known for his skill in [[sleeving]] and billiard ball manipulations.
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'''Laurie L. Ireland''' (1898-1954), known for his skill in [[sleeving]] and billiard ball manipulations, was a magician and Chicago magic dealer.<ref>The Linking Ring, Vol. 27, No. 6, August 1947, THE GREAT "L. L." by Leo Newman, page 19</ref>
 
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| birth_name                =  Laurie Lowell Ireland
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| birth_day                =   March 31, 
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| birth_year                =  1899
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| birth_place              =  Round Lake, Minnesota <ref>About the Author printed in the booklet "Ireland's Original Cup and Ball Routines" [http://www.themagiccafe.com/forums/viewtopic.php?topic=364281&forum=115&62&start=30]</ref>
 
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In [[1925]], he opened the [[L.L. Ireland Magic Co.]] in Chicago (which became [[Magic, Inc.]]) and met with his wife [[Frances Ireland]].
  
In 1925, he opened the [[L.L. Ireland Magic Co.]] in Chicago (which became [[Magic, Inc.]]) and met with his wife [[Frances Ireland]].
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Ireland had been a magician since childhood. By the time he was 25 he was developing and selling magical tricks of his own and then as the Ireland Magic Co.
  
He created the Multiplying Golf Balls and Otto the Duck (now called Joanne the Duck).
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He invented more than fifty tricks, most of them manipulative, including his line of golf ball tricks.<ref>Obit, The Linking Ring, Vol. 34, No. 4, June 1954, p.94</ref><ref>The Final Curtain LAURIE IRELAND, Tops, Vol. 19, JUNE 1954, p.27</ref>
  
==Books==
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He created the Multiplying Golf Balls and Otto the Duck ([[1936]]) (now called Joanne the Duck).<ref>Obit [[Genii 1954 May]]</ref>
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==Books==  
 
* Ideal Handkerchief Manipulation (first ads appear in 1929 Linking Ring and Sphinx)
 
* Ideal Handkerchief Manipulation (first ads appear in 1929 Linking Ring and Sphinx)
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* Magic from our notebook (1930)
 
* [[Ireland Writes a Book]] (1931)
 
* [[Ireland Writes a Book]] (1931)
* Ireland's New Card and Coin Manipulation (1935)
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* [[Exclusive Magic from Our Notebook]] (with [[Carlton King]]) (1933)
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* Ireland's year book (1934)
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* [[Ireland's New Card and Coin Manipulation]] (1935)
 
* Ireland's Manipulative Series - Part I: Lessons in Dishonesty (1937)
 
* Ireland's Manipulative Series - Part I: Lessons in Dishonesty (1937)
* Ireland's Manipulative Series - Part II: Ireland's Fanous Cup and Ball Routine (1937)
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* Ireland's Manipulative Series - Part II: Ireland's Famous Cup and Ball Routine (1937)
* Ireland's Manipulative Series - Part III: Ireland's Liking Ring Routine (1937)
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* Ireland's Manipulative Series - Part III: Ireland's Linking Ring Routine (1937)
 
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* Ireland's tricks of 1940  (1940)
 
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* Bull's-eye coin tricks (1942)
[[Category:Biographies|Ireland]]
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* Ireland's original cup and ball routines (1961)
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* 10 Lessons in dishonesty (1963)
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* Ideal handkerchief manipulation<ref>http://library.brown.edu/find/Author/Home?author=Ireland%2C%20L.%20L.%201899-1954</ref>
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[[Category:Biographies]]
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Revision as of 15:42, 25 August 2012

Laurie L. Ireland (1898-1954), known for his skill in sleeving and billiard ball manipulations, was a magician and Chicago magic dealer.[1]

L. L. Ireland
BornLaurie Lowell Ireland
March 31, 1899
Round Lake, Minnesota [2]
DiedApril 27, 1954 (age 55)
in his home Chicago

In 1925, he opened the L.L. Ireland Magic Co. in Chicago (which became Magic, Inc.) and met with his wife Frances Ireland.

Ireland had been a magician since childhood. By the time he was 25 he was developing and selling magical tricks of his own and then as the Ireland Magic Co.

He invented more than fifty tricks, most of them manipulative, including his line of golf ball tricks.[3][4]

He created the Multiplying Golf Balls and Otto the Duck (1936) (now called Joanne the Duck).[5]

Books

  • Ideal Handkerchief Manipulation (first ads appear in 1929 Linking Ring and Sphinx)
  • Magic from our notebook (1930)
  • Ireland Writes a Book (1931)
  • Exclusive Magic from Our Notebook (with Carlton King) (1933)
  • Ireland's year book (1934)
  • Ireland's New Card and Coin Manipulation (1935)
  • Ireland's Manipulative Series - Part I: Lessons in Dishonesty (1937)
  • Ireland's Manipulative Series - Part II: Ireland's Famous Cup and Ball Routine (1937)
  • Ireland's Manipulative Series - Part III: Ireland's Linking Ring Routine (1937)
  • Ireland's tricks of 1940 (1940)
  • Bull's-eye coin tricks (1942)
  • Ireland's original cup and ball routines (1961)
  • 10 Lessons in dishonesty (1963)
  • Ideal handkerchief manipulation[6]

References

  1. The Linking Ring, Vol. 27, No. 6, August 1947, THE GREAT "L. L." by Leo Newman, page 19
  2. About the Author printed in the booklet "Ireland's Original Cup and Ball Routines" [1]
  3. Obit, The Linking Ring, Vol. 34, No. 4, June 1954, p.94
  4. The Final Curtain LAURIE IRELAND, Tops, Vol. 19, JUNE 1954, p.27
  5. Obit Genii 1954 May
  6. http://library.brown.edu/find/Author/Home?author=Ireland%2C%20L.%20L.%201899-1954
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