Ted Heuber

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Ted Heuber
BornTheodore H. Heuber
March 30, 1894
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
DiedNovember 30, 1976 (age 82)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Resting placeHomewood Cemetery Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Ted Heuber (1894-1976), aka Huber, was a semi-professional children's show magician.

Biography

Heuber began in 1929 and was a member of SAM and IBM.[1] He served the IBM as it's Secretary (1933 - 1939) and as their Museum Curator.

He was a circus aerialist and a comedian before he became interested in magic and was known for his "Whistling Sailor" routine at conventions.[2]

Heuber was married to Dolly (Marie?), who's sister was married to Carl Rosini.[3]

In 1951, SAM Assembly 18 in Pittsburgh reported in MUM (January 1952) that Heuber brought and demonstrated the original cabinet from which came a host of walking-through-a-ribbon tricks.

References

  1. The Sphinx, Vol. 33, No. 3, March 1934, Who's Who in Magic, page 14
  2. Linking Ring, March 1956
  3. Carl Rosini His Life and His Magic by Robert Olson, page 104, (1966)
  • Cover, Linking Ring, Vol. 13, No. 3, May 1933, "TED" HEUBER I.B.M. No. 3916, page 148
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 14, No. 2, April 1934, Ted Heuber's I.B.M. Museum of Magic to be Feature of Convention, page 106




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