E. Brenton Jennings

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E. Brenton Jennings
BornEdward Brenton Jennings
July 19, 1888
Weston, Massachusetts
Died?

E. Brenton Jennings (1888-?) was a deaf/mute amateur magician that did slight-of-hand magic and shadowgraphy to pantomime.[1]


Bibliography

  • The Melting Knot, Goldston's Magical Quarterly Vol 2, No 1 (Summer 1935)
  • Two Good String Tricks, Goldston's Magical Quarterly Vol 2 No 2 Autumn 1935
  • A Successful Card Trick, Goldston's Magical Quarterly, Spring, 1937
  • Another Method of String through Buttonhole, Goldston's Magical Quarterly Vol 5 No 4 Sep 1939
  • The Swayed Cigar Trick in Sphinx Vol 39, No. 5: July, 1940

References

  1. Tricks That Mystify by Will Goldston (1934)
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