Al Minder

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'''Al Minder''' was a semi-professional Magician and long time an active member of the [[New Jersey Magicians Society]]. He also was a member of the [[IBM]], [[SAM]], and the [[MAES]].
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'''Al Minder''' (1893-1952) was a semi-professional Magician and long time an active member of the [[New Jersey Magicians Society]]. He also was a member of the [[IBM]], [[SAM]], and the [[MAES]].
  
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== Biography ==
 
He was known for is "drunk act", which he started in 1932 and  for contributed New Jersey news to [[Tops]] magazine.  
 
He was known for is "drunk act", which he started in 1932 and  for contributed New Jersey news to [[Tops]] magazine.  
  
 
Aside from his magical activities, Minder was supervisor of electrical refrigeration for Breyer Ice Cream Co. in Newark for 30 years.<ref>Obit, Tops, October 1952</ref>
 
Aside from his magical activities, Minder was supervisor of electrical refrigeration for Breyer Ice Cream Co. in Newark for 30 years.<ref>Obit, Tops, October 1952</ref>
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:09, 1 May 2014

Al Minder
BornAlbert H. Minder
August 31, 1893
Newark, New Jersey
DiedJuly 27, 1952 (age 58)
Maplewood, New Jersey

Al Minder (1893-1952) was a semi-professional Magician and long time an active member of the New Jersey Magicians Society. He also was a member of the IBM, SAM, and the MAES.

Biography

He was known for is "drunk act", which he started in 1932 and for contributed New Jersey news to Tops magazine.

Aside from his magical activities, Minder was supervisor of electrical refrigeration for Breyer Ice Cream Co. in Newark for 30 years.[1]

References

  1. Obit, Tops, October 1952



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