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A. A. A. Almon

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A. A. A. Almon
BornArthur Alexander Aloysius Almon
August 2, 1873
Digby, Nova Scotia
DiedJanuary 8, 1965 (age 91)
Pawtueket, Rhode Island

A. A. A. Almon was a was a Captain in a Fire Department, an amateur magician and early member of the IBM from Providence, Rhode Island. [1]

Nicknamed "Slippery Slick", he began performing magic for his church at the age of 14. Arriving at legal age he enlisted in the regular U. S. Army as a Supply Sergeant with the 109th Coast Artillery.

A life long friend of C. Foster Fenner, he was one of the organizers of IBM Ring 44 of which he served as president.[2]

His promotional photo can be seen on the Conjuring Arts exhibit "The Many Faces of Magic" [3]


  1. Broken Wand, Linking Ring, February 1965
  2. Meet Four A's - "Slippery Slick" By C. Foster Fenner, Linking Ring, Janury 1950