Sam Loyd, Jr.

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'''Sam Loyd, Jr.''' (1873-1934) was the son of ""The Puzzle King", [[Sam Loyd, Sr.]](1841-1911)
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'''Sam Loyd, Jr.''' (1873-1934) was the son of ""The Puzzle King", [[Sam Loyd, Sr.]] (1841-1911)
  
 
Born, Walther Loyd, he changed his name to Sam to continued his father’s work.
 
Born, Walther Loyd, he changed his name to Sam to continued his father’s work.

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BornWalther Loyd
1873
DiedFebruary 25, 1934
Brooklyn

Sam Loyd, Jr. (1873-1934) was the son of ""The Puzzle King", Sam Loyd, Sr. (1841-1911)

Born, Walther Loyd, he changed his name to Sam to continued his father’s work.

Books

  • SAM LOYD’s Cyclopedia of 5000 Puzzles, Tricks, and Conundrums (1914)
  • SAM LOYD’s Puzzles, A Book for Children
  • SAM LOYD’s Tricks & Puzzles
  • SAM LOYD and his Puzzles

References

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  • SOURCES IN RECREATIONAL MATHEMATICS, AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY by DAVID SINGMASTER, Sam LOYD (1841-1911) and Sam LOYD Jr. (1873-1934), Sources pages 6-7
  • Wittus Wits magischewelt, Vol. 57, No. 6, November/Dezember 2008, Der Stift am Faden by Tony Fatseas, page 326
  • Genii, Vol. 71, No. 10, October 2008, The "Puzzle King" Sam Loyd, by Tony Fataseas, pages 40-46
  • http://www.samuelloyd.com/, SAM LOYD TIMELINE, ABOUT SAM LOYD


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