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Stewart Judah

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Stewart Judah
BornFebruary 16, 1893
Cincinnati, Ohio
DiedJune 11, 1966 (age 73)
CategoriesBooks by Stewart Judah

Stewart Judah (February 16,1893 - June 11, 1966) was named one of the "Card Stars" in Hilliard's Greater Magic and featured in Pallbearer's Review.

He was a part-time professional starting in 1920 and contributed effects to many magazines including Jinx, Phoenix, New Phoenix, Talisman and Linking Ring. One of his marketed effects was the "The Keys of Judah".

Along with John Braun's leadership, they formed the Queen City Mystics magic club and applied for a charter from the Society of American Magicians which became Assembly 11 in 1922.

Awards and Honors

Each year, International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring 71 holds a yearly picnic combined with the local Society of American Magicians, featuring the John Braun/Stewart Judah contest.



Ryan Swigert's DVD called "A Tribute To The Card Tricks Of Stewart Judah"


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