Al Zink

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'''Al Zink''' was a magician in the Detroit area. He M.C. and performed at [[Abbott's Get-Together]] in the 1940s.
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'''Al Zink''' (?-?) was a magician in the Detroit area. He M.C. and performed at [[Abbott's Get-Together]] in the 1940s.
  
 
Many of his effects in Abbott's catalog were created in collaboration with [[Al Munroe]] including Coke Surprise, Daylight Production Screen, Color-changing Spheres, and Improved Liquid Appear.
 
Many of his effects in Abbott's catalog were created in collaboration with [[Al Munroe]] including Coke Surprise, Daylight Production Screen, Color-changing Spheres, and Improved Liquid Appear.
  
He served as president of IBM Ring 22 in Detroit and his Coin Production was published in Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3  
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He served as president of [[IBM]] Ring 22 in Detroit and his Coin Production was published in [[Tarbell Course in Magic]] - Volume 3  
  
Jay Marshall reported that Zink died in jail.<ref>Al Zink Recalled by Jim Alfredson, Magicol, August 2001</ref>
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[[Jay Marshall]] reported that Zink died in jail.<ref>Al Zink Recalled by Jim Alfredson, Magicol, August 2001</ref>
  
 
A photograph of Zink can be viewed on the [[Conjuring Arts]] exhibit "Many Faces of Magic"<ref>http://conjuringarts.org/exhibitions/the-many-faces-of-magic/al-zink/</ref>
 
A photograph of Zink can be viewed on the [[Conjuring Arts]] exhibit "Many Faces of Magic"<ref>http://conjuringarts.org/exhibitions/the-many-faces-of-magic/al-zink/</ref>

Revision as of 13:50, 26 January 2013

Al Zink

Flourished1940s.

Al Zink (?-?) was a magician in the Detroit area. He M.C. and performed at Abbott's Get-Together in the 1940s.

Many of his effects in Abbott's catalog were created in collaboration with Al Munroe including Coke Surprise, Daylight Production Screen, Color-changing Spheres, and Improved Liquid Appear.

He served as president of IBM Ring 22 in Detroit and his Coin Production was published in Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3

Jay Marshall reported that Zink died in jail.[1]

A photograph of Zink can be viewed on the Conjuring Arts exhibit "Many Faces of Magic"[2]

References

  1. Al Zink Recalled by Jim Alfredson, Magicol, August 2001
  2. http://conjuringarts.org/exhibitions/the-many-faces-of-magic/al-zink/


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