Adolphe Blind

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Adolphe Blind
BornOctober 10, 1862
Geneva, Switzerland
DiedAugust 23, 1925 (age 62)
Celigny near Geneva, Switzerland

Adolphe Blind (1862-1925) was known as Professeur Magicus.

Biography

He was the founder of Le Cagliostro in Geneva (1878-1879), the second magic magazine published in Europe.

Books

References

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  • Conjurers Chronicle, Vol. 7, No. 5, September 1925, Obituary Adolphe Blind, page 615
  • The Magic Circular, Vol. 20, No. 224, October 1925, OBITUARY Adolphe Blind, page 8
  • L'Escamoteur, No. 35, Juillet-Août 1952, La brilliante carrière magique du Professeur Magicus, Né le 10 octobre 1862, décédé le 23 août 1925 à Genève, page 536
  • L'Escamoteur, No. 36, Septembre-Octobre 1952, La brillante carrière magique du Professeur Magicus, par REX (suite et fin), page 550
  • Collection Adolphe Blind "Le Professeur Magicus", by Peter Schuster, (2007), Adolphe Blind, page 8
  • Bio-bibliographisches Lexikon der Zauberkünstler Edition Volker Huber, April 2002, Blind, Adolphe = Prof. Magicus, schweiz. Zauberkünstler; Zauberkunst-Fachschriftsteller (*10.10.1862 Genf; †23.08.1925 Genf), page 50
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