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'''Charles W. Nyquist''' (1912-1997) was an attorney for the Treasury Department in Washington DC. that had a life-long interest in magic.<ref>Broken Wand, MUM, May 1997</ref>
 
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He contributed several tricks to various magazines such as [[Jinx]] and [[Phoenix]], some with his friend [[Jack McMillan]].   
 
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Revision as of 05:43, 10 May 2014

Charles W. Nyquist
BornCharles Walter Nyquist
March 19, 1912
St. Paul, Minnesota
DiedJanuary 25, 1997 (age 84)
Los Altos, CA

Charles W. Nyquist (1912-1997) was an attorney for the Treasury Department in Washington DC. that had a life-long interest in magic.[1]

Biography

He contributed several tricks to various magazines such as Jinx and Phoenix, some with his friend Jack McMillan.

Nyquist's collection of magic books went to Lloyd Jones.

Contributions

References

  1. Broken Wand, MUM, May 1997