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[[Lewis Ganson]] ( 1913 - December 22, 1980) was born in Britain and went on to become one of the most prolific writers in magic with over 60 books to his credit.
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'''Lewis Ganson''' (1913 - 1980) was one of the most prolific writers in magic with over sixty books to his credit.
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For years, he was editor of Harry Stanley's [[GEN]] and contributor to [[MAGICGRAM]] magazines.
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Ganson was a professional close-up magician, except for his time in the Royal Army Ordnance Corps 1939-1958.
  
He received the [[Academy of Magical Arts]]'s first Literary Fellowship in 1968.
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For years, he was editor of Harry Stanley's [[The Gen]] magazine and contributor to [[Magigram]] magazine. He was a vice president of the [[British Ring]] of the [[IBM]].
  
He was a vice president of the British RING of the [[IBM].
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== Awards and Honors ==
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* [[Academy of Magical Arts]]' first Literary Fellowship in 1968.
  
 
== Books ==
 
== Books ==
* Arts of Close-up Vol 1 and 2
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* [[Routined Manipulation, Vol. 1]] (1950)
* Dai Vernon's Book of Magic
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* [[Routined Manipulation, Vol. 2]] (1952)
* Vernon's Inner Secrets of Card Magic (4 volumes)
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* [[Routined Manipulation Finale]] (1954)
* Routined Manipulations (3 volumes)
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* [[Cy Endfield's Entertaining Card Magic]] (1955)
* Magic of Slydini
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* [[Cy Endfield's Entertaining Card Magic II]] (1956)
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* [[Dai Vernon Book of Magic]] (1957)
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* [[Cy Endfield's Entertaining Card Magic III]] (1958)
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* [[Dai Vernon's Inner Secrets of Card Magic]] (1959)
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* [[Magic from the Mind]] (1959)
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* [[Dai Vernon's More Inner Secrets of Card Magic]] (1960)
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* [[The Magic of Slydini]] (1960)
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* [[Dai Vernon's Further Secrets of Card Magic]] (1961)
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* [[Dai Vernon's Tribute to Nate Leipzig]] (1963)
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* [[Dai Vernon's Ultimate Secrets of Card Magic]] (1967)
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* [[The Art of Close-up, Vol. 1]] (1967)
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* [[The Art of Close-up, Vol. 2]] (1969)
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* [[Ganson Teach-In Series]] (1977-1987)
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* [[The Complete Ganson Magic Teach-In Series]] (2010)
  
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== References ==
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{{Wikipedia}}
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* Cover [[Genii 1975 February]]
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* Obit [[Genii 1981 January]]
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*[http://archive.denisbehr.de/archive/resultbook.php?book=158&edit= Lewis Ganson - Dai Vernon book of Magic bibliography]
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Revision as of 04:15, 25 October 2012

Lewis Ganson (1913 - 1980) was one of the most prolific writers in magic with over sixty books to his credit.

Lewis Ganson
Born1913
London, England
DiedDecember 22, 1980
CategoriesBooks by Lewis Ganson

Ganson was a professional close-up magician, except for his time in the Royal Army Ordnance Corps 1939-1958.

For years, he was editor of Harry Stanley's The Gen magazine and contributor to Magigram magazine. He was a vice president of the British Ring of the IBM.

Awards and Honors

Books

References

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