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'''Charles Conrad''' served as  the [[P.C.A.M.]] President starting in 1959.<ref>Magician of the Month, MUM, June 1960. </ref>
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When not doing magic he wasa Salesman- Driver for Dad's Cookie Company of Oakland.
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His specially illuminated version of The East Indian Sand Trick won for him the Trophy for Original Presentation at the 1959 Gearhart, Oregon,
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P.C.A.M. Convention.
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He was a long time member of the [[Oakland Magic Circle]], where he has served as Secretary, Vice President and President.<ref>[[Genii 1960 June]] (cover)</ref>
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He was serving as the Historian of the P.C.A.M. in 1970.<ref>[[Genii 1970 May]], page 388</ref>
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== References ==
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[[P.C.A.M.]] President 1959-????
 
  
 
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Revision as of 08:30, 16 January 2012

Charles Conrad
BornCharles C. Conrad
September 22, 1899
Chestsprings, Pennsylvania
Died?

Charles Conrad served as the P.C.A.M. President starting in 1959.[1]

When not doing magic he wasa Salesman- Driver for Dad's Cookie Company of Oakland.

His specially illuminated version of The East Indian Sand Trick won for him the Trophy for Original Presentation at the 1959 Gearhart, Oregon, P.C.A.M. Convention.

He was a long time member of the Oakland Magic Circle, where he has served as Secretary, Vice President and President.[2]

He was serving as the Historian of the P.C.A.M. in 1970.[3]

References

  1. Magician of the Month, MUM, June 1960.
  2. Genii 1960 June (cover)
  3. Genii 1970 May, page 388