Who's Who in Magic

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Book written by [[Bart Whaley]], [[Martin Gardner]] & [[Jeff Busby]] in 1990.
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{{See also|[[Goldston's Who's Who in Magic]]}}
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'''Who's Who in Magic''', written by [[Bart Whaley]], with [[Martin Gardner]] and [[Jeff Busby]], is a biographical guide listing over 5,000 people associated with the art of conjuring. From earliest recorded times to the present it includes performers, inventors, writers, teachers, dealers, manufacturers, publishers, collectors, and historians of magic.
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It won the Henry Ridgely Evans History Award.  
  
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== Editions ==
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* 1990 - First edition  (Combound Paperback)  400 numbered copies.
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* 1990 - First edition  (Hardbound) 100 copies were signed and numbered.
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* 2009 3rd Edition E-book by lybrary.com
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Latest revision as of 20:27, 21 August 2012

See also: Goldston's Who's Who in Magic.

Who's Who in Magic, written by Bart Whaley, with Martin Gardner and Jeff Busby, is a biographical guide listing over 5,000 people associated with the art of conjuring. From earliest recorded times to the present it includes performers, inventors, writers, teachers, dealers, manufacturers, publishers, collectors, and historians of magic.

Who's Who in Magic
AuthorBart Whaley
Publication Date1990
LanguageEnglish
 

It won the Henry Ridgely Evans History Award.

Editions

  • 1990 - First edition (Combound Paperback) 400 numbered copies.
  • 1990 - First edition (Hardbound) 100 copies were signed and numbered.
  • 2009 3rd Edition E-book by lybrary.com


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