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He worked as a cashier in one of the largest banks of Spokane. Klein was one of the original founders of the [[Spokane Mystic Club]] in 1912 and serve as its secretary-treasurer for more than 33 years.
 
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Latest revision as of 09:58, 5 April 2014

E. V. Klein

Cover of Sphinx (Feb. 1914)
BornE. Vaughn Klein
circa 1877
DiedJuly 11, 1956 (age 78)
Spokane, Washington
Flourished1910-1970
E. V. Klein (c.1877-1956) was an amateur magician who did frequent performances for public functions, conventions, clubs in the Spokane, Washington area.

Biography

He worked as a cashier in one of the largest banks of Spokane. Klein was one of the original founders of the Spokane Mystic Club in 1912 and serve as its secretary-treasurer for more than 33 years.

He was member No. 549 of the IBM.[1]

References

  1. Obit, Linking Ring, September 1956