Stewart Judah

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Stewart Judah
Born Joshua Stewart
February 16, 1893
Cincinnati, Ohio
Died June 11, 1966 (1966-06-12) (aged 73)
Nationality American
Occupation magician
Known for sleight of Hand, card magic

Stewart Judah (February 16, 1893 – June 11, 1966) began a career in magic in 1920. By 1938 he was selected as one of the 10 best living card magicians.[1]

Named one of the "Card Stars" in Hilliard's Greater Magic and featured in Pallbearer's Review. He contributed effects to many magazines including Jinx, Phoenix, New Phoenix, Talisman and Linking Ring.[2]

One of his marketed effects was the "Keys of Judah".

Each year, International Brotherhood of Magicians Ring 71 holds a yearly picnic combined with the local Society of American Magicians, featuring the time-honored John Braun/Stewart Judah contest.[3]

Published works[edit]

  • Subtle Problems You Will Do (1937) with John Braun
  • The Magic World of Stewart Judah (1966) edited by John Braun

Tributes to Stewart Judah[edit]

  • A Tribute To The Card Tricks Of Stewart Judah by Ryan Swigert (2007)

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