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'''Lou Hayek''' from Toledo, Iowa, a member of the [[IBM]], wrote various articles in numerous magic magazines including [[Dragon]], [[Genii]], [[Tops]], and [[Cosair]], many with a circus motif.
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'''Lou Hayek''', a member of the [[IBM]] from Toledo, Iowa, wrote various articles in numerous magic magazines including [[Dragon]], [[Genii]], [[Tops]], and [[Cosair]], many with a circus motif.
  
 
A photograph of Hayek can be seen at the [[Conjuring Arts]]' online exhibit called "The Many Faces of Magic."<ref>http://conjuringarts.org/exhibitions/the-many-faces-of-magic/lou-hayek/ </ref>
 
A photograph of Hayek can be seen at the [[Conjuring Arts]]' online exhibit called "The Many Faces of Magic."<ref>http://conjuringarts.org/exhibitions/the-many-faces-of-magic/lou-hayek/ </ref>
  
In 1978, Hayek donated a Ball-and-Vase trick carved in wood for the grand opening of the [[American Museum of Magic]].<ref>New Tops, May 1978</ref>
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In 1978, Hayek donated a [[Ball-and-Vase]] trick carved in wood for the grand opening of the [[American Museum of Magic]].<ref>New Tops, May 1978</ref>
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Revision as of 16:54, 27 January 2013

Lou Hayek
BornLouis James Hayek

Flourished1940s - 1960s

Lou Hayek, a member of the IBM from Toledo, Iowa, wrote various articles in numerous magic magazines including Dragon, Genii, Tops, and Cosair, many with a circus motif.

A photograph of Hayek can be seen at the Conjuring Arts' online exhibit called "The Many Faces of Magic."[1]

In 1978, Hayek donated a Ball-and-Vase trick carved in wood for the grand opening of the American Museum of Magic.[2]


References

  1. http://conjuringarts.org/exhibitions/the-many-faces-of-magic/lou-hayek/
  2. New Tops, May 1978