Rufus Steele (1881-1955) started out as a professional gambler and became a well known card expert. Most of his life however is a mystery.
|Born||William F. Steele|
|Died||September 09, 1955 |
|Categories||Books by Rufus Steele|
Rufus grew up in New England and told his friend Robert Parrish that he attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to become an electrical engineer. His interest in magic came from meeting Dr. James William Elliott. Rufus never married nor had a family of any kind. He was very active in the magic community and the IBM.
- Card Tricks You Will Do (1928)
- Card Tricks That are Easy To Learn (1935)
- 50 Tricks You Can Do, You Will Do, Easy to Do (1946)
- 52 Amazing Card Tricks (1949)
- Paul Rosini's Magical Gems (1950)
- The Last Word On Cards (1952)