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Lilly Library works its magic on newly acquired Ricky Jay archive of magical history

Ricky Jay on stage ready to perform magic tricks

Thanks to IU’s reputation as a custodian of history and preservation, the Lilly Library recently acquired the archive of late magician and actor Ricky Jay, a historian of magic in all aspects — from stage magic and sleight of hand to spiritualism.

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