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He was a past of President S. A. M. Assembly No. 4 in Philadelphia.<ref>Who's Who in Magic, [[Sphinx]]</ref>
 
He was a past of President S. A. M. Assembly No. 4 in Philadelphia.<ref>Who's Who in Magic, [[Sphinx]]</ref>
  
On April 11, 1923 in Philadelphia, Eli Hackman was one of the first performers to do Punch and Judy on radio.<ref>PUNCH AND JUDY SHOW (Broadcasted from Philadelphia, Pa.) By Eli Hackman, Sphinx, July, 1923</ref>
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On April 11, 1923 in Philadelphia, Hackman was one of the first performers to do Punch and Judy on radio.<ref>PUNCH AND JUDY SHOW (Broadcasted from Philadelphia, Pa.) By Eli Hackman, Sphinx, July, 1923</ref>
  
He made and sold. some of the vent figures and in  1920, he created the Sure Shot Dice Box.<ref>Obit, Linking Ring, January 1963</ref>
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He made and sold some of the vent figures and in  1920 he created the Sure Shot Dice Box.<ref>Obit, Linking Ring, January 1963</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 16:54, 10 February 2013

Eli Hackman
BornRalph Elias Hackman
June 27, 1872
Carlisle, Pennsylvania
DiedNovember 25, 1962 (age 90)
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania

Eli Hackman was a semi-professional magician specializing in children's parties, ventriloquism, and Punch and Judy shows.

He was a past of President S. A. M. Assembly No. 4 in Philadelphia.[1]

On April 11, 1923 in Philadelphia, Hackman was one of the first performers to do Punch and Judy on radio.[2]

He made and sold some of the vent figures and in 1920 he created the Sure Shot Dice Box.[3]

References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx
  2. PUNCH AND JUDY SHOW (Broadcasted from Philadelphia, Pa.) By Eli Hackman, Sphinx, July, 1923
  3. Obit, Linking Ring, January 1963