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[[A. Berkeley Davis]] (b. 1930),  born in New Orleans, Louisiana and later moved to Mississippi. Known as "Berk" to his friends, many of his close-up creations were published by [[Harry Lorayne]] in [[Apocalypse]] and  [[Jerry Mentzer]] in the Card Cavalcade series.  
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'''A. Berkeley Davis''' (b. 1930),  born in New Orleans, Louisiana and later moved to Mississippi, was known as "Berk" to his friends. Many of his close-up creations were published by [[Harry Lorayne]] in [[Apocalypse]] and  [[Jerry Mentzer]] in the Card Cavalcade series.  
  
 
He once ran a Gift and Fun Store in Mississippi.
 
He once ran a Gift and Fun Store in Mississippi.

Revision as of 21:30, 9 February 2012

A. Berkeley Davis
Born1930
New Orleans, Louisiana

A. Berkeley Davis (b. 1930), born in New Orleans, Louisiana and later moved to Mississippi, was known as "Berk" to his friends. Many of his close-up creations were published by Harry Lorayne in Apocalypse and Jerry Mentzer in the Card Cavalcade series.

He once ran a Gift and Fun Store in Mississippi.

Bibliography

  • Third Sight (1989)

References

  • Best of Friends By Harry Lorayne (1982)
  • Linking Ring Parade, February 1977
  • Linking Ring Cover, April 1989
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