kellar on kellar

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Postby Andrew Martin Portala » 01/27/07 06:49 AM

Glad to see the Kellar mauscript is OK. In June of 2002 I was visiting the museum and saw the the handwritten manuscript and thought later on it would cool to read some of it.
Well I when back in Jan.2003 the manuscript was gone.Elaine Lund and I looked all over for it. I
really thought someone walked off with it. Because Elaine was getting old , forgetful and was letting anyone in the museum.
What a wonderful suprise to see in Genii and that it's OK!
Thanks Mr.Steinmeyer and Richard too
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Postby Guest » 01/28/07 12:15 PM

At about that time I started to put items away that were out in the open. I hope, with Mr. Kaufman's permission, to have several more items from the museum in Gennii. Thanks Richard and Jim!

Postby Guest » 01/28/07 12:21 PM

Please Please do. This was fantastic to see!

Postby Richard Kaufman » 01/28/07 12:54 PM

We've got a few more lined up already--it's just a matter of sloting them into the line up.
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Postby Tom Klem » 02/04/07 08:46 AM

When I receive my first issue of Genii Magazine how wonderful to find your article "Kellar on Kellar".

I look forward to future articles featuring the great history of magic.

Thank you,

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Postby Guest » 02/04/07 03:46 PM

I really enjoyed From the Archives of the American Museum of Magic - Keller On Keller by Jim Steinmeyer. I love magic history and The American Museum of Magic, which I believe is a National Treasure.

Postby Guest » 02/10/07 05:26 PM

Many thanks for publishing such a wonderful article ("Keller on Keller"). I am looking forward to seeing what you have lined up for future issues of Genii.

What a great magazine!

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