The history of magic and magicians is one of the most important aspects of our art. By studying the magicians, the tricks and illusions they performed, and their theatrical experiences, current and future magicians can benefit from the expertise and brilliance of those who've come before us.
Books on the History of Magic
- The Lives of the Conjurors by Thomas Frost (1876).
- The Annals of Conjuring by W. Clarke (1929)
- Panorama of Magic by Milbourne Christopher(1962)
- The Illustrated History of Magic by Milbourne Christopher (1973)
- The Great Illusionists by Edwin Dawes (1979)
- A Timeline of 19th and 20th centuries magic and magicians created from David Alexander's abandoned book project.
- The Conjuring Arts Research Center
- A listing of Brief Biographies of Magic Inventors collected from a variety of sources.
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Pages in category "History"
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