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Henry Ridgely Evans

Henry Ridgely Evans

(Baltimore, Maryland: 7th November 1861 - 29th March 1949)

Inspired as child seeing Albert Niblack. Learned in 1876-77 reading Cremer's The Secret Out and Hoffmann's series in Every Boy's Annual. Journalist, then in U.S. Department of Agriculture 1894-1934. Amateur magician, specializing in history of magic.

Wrote Hours with the Ghosts; or, XIX Century Witchcraft (1897, 302pp; reprinted 1902 as The Spirit World Unmasked), Magic and Its Professors (1902, 220pp), The Old and the New Magic (1906, 348pp; 2nd ed 1909, 516pp), Adventures in Magic (1924, 87pp), The History of Conjuring and Magic (1928, 235pp), Cagliostro (1931, 83pp), A Master of Modern Magic (1932, 58pp), Some Rare Old Books on Conjuring and Magic (1943, 21pp), etc.

USA correspondent for Magic. Also articles under pen name "Mysticus". As a 33rd Degree Mason he wrote several masonic tracts and Magicians and Freemasonry (n.d., 28 unnumbered pages).

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The House of the Sphinx

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The House of the Sphinx by Henry Ridgely EvansA novel involving love, mystery, magic and deception.

1st edition 1907, 1st digital edition 2013, 86 pages.

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