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* ... [[Nouvelle Magie Blanche Dévoilée]] (New White Magic Explained) by J. N. Ponsin was the first book written in French that dealt exclusively with magic...
 
* ... [[Nouvelle Magie Blanche Dévoilée]] (New White Magic Explained) by J. N. Ponsin was the first book written in French that dealt exclusively with magic...
 
* ... [[Nouvelle Magie Blanche Dévoilée]] was used by [[Prof. Hoffmann]] to write [[Modern Magic]]. A translation of parts not used by Hoffmann was published by [[S.H. Sharpe]] as [[Ponsin On Conjuring]]...
 
* ... [[Nouvelle Magie Blanche Dévoilée]] was used by [[Prof. Hoffmann]] to write [[Modern Magic]]. A translation of parts not used by Hoffmann was published by [[S.H. Sharpe]] as [[Ponsin On Conjuring]]...
* ... [[Albert P. Smith]], The Mysterious Smith, publicity stunt was a coffin escape ...
 
* ... [[MIKO]] (also known as the Three and a Half of Clubs trick) by [[Harold Sterling]] was named in honor of [[Milt Kort]]...
 
* ... [[The Magic Show]] starring [[Doug Henning]] had to be written around Doug's inability to sing...
 
* ... [[Edouard-Joseph Raynaly]] was one of the first magicians on film...
 
* ... [[W.D. LeRoy]] was responsible for recruiting one of every six memberships of [[SAM]] during the first few years...
 
* ... [[Sidney H. Radner]] once owned one of the world's largest collections of [[Harry Houdini]] artifacts ...
 
* ... [[Washington Irving Bishop]] was the originator of the [[Blindfold Drive]] in 1885 using a horse and carriage...
 

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