Eddie Liedtke

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Eddie Liedtke
BornEdward Liedtke

Flourished1950s-1970s

Eddie Liedtke (fl. 1950s-1970s), who came to be known as "Uncle Eddie", is a magician who performed around the Carmel, New York area.[1]

Biography

He ran vacation cabins called "Eddie's Bungalows" and later "Liedtke Lodges" off Lake Carmel, New York in the 1950s.

Liedtke was a member of the Magicians' Guild of America and served as president of I.B.M. Ring No. 100 in Bridgeport, Connecticut in the late 1950s.

In the June issue of Genii, it was reported that he lost his house and all his magic equipment in a fire.

References

  1. Linking Ring, May 1952



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