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Paul Sherman
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The original thread about this (in the card section) was moved to an area of this board I didn't know existed and have never checked (called "a turn of the page" or something).

Since I never would have found the announcement there, I think it's worth reposting here:

Just saw that Steve's article is already up. It's a very entertaining read. I was largely unfamiliar with the so-called "Braue Notebooks"--and what they represented--and I found the article illuminating. It's really not the "slam" on Busby that a lot of people might be expecting. While Busby's behavior is called into question, the article is really more about how a magical artifact of significant historical importance was (thankfully) saved from fading into obscurity and is now preserved for future generations to study and learn from. I think anyone interested in the history of card magic will enjoy it.

Go check it out and see for yourself at http://cogitations.net

Paul
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