Judson Brown

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Judson Brown
BornJudson Seise Brown
1910
DiedAugust 28, 2005
Portland, Oregon

Dr. Judson Brown (1910-2005) was a head of the psychology department at Iowa State University and later professor emeritus of behavioral neuroscience at the Oregon Health & Science University.[1] He was also a top sleight of hand magician.[2]

Biography

He did an act while working his way through college.

Brown was a correspondent of Charlie Miller and a friend of Jack McMillen.[3]

He was a contributor to Sphinx, Linking Ring and Genii. His A SUPER-REVERSE PROBLEM was published in the Encyclopedia of Card Tricks.

A letter by Judson Brown written to Mr. Larsen was published on Page 546 of July 1984 Genii about "Brainwave" and how he had created the effect eight years before Dai Vernon popularized it.

Books

References

  1. http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=judson-seise-brown&pid=153337862
  2. http://www.clas.uiowa.edu/faculty/memorials/brown.shtml
  3. Intermission, Charlie Miller, Genii 1972 July


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