|Born||Frank L. Wagar|
August 8, 1891
|Died||September 26, 1953 (age 62) |
San Mateo, California
By the age of twenty he went professional, playing club and Chautauqua. In one of his acts he produced two guinea pigs from a borrowed hat.Later he entered a partnership with E. Cook Patton and formed the Wagar-Patton Amusement Company.
Upon going into the oil business in 1924, they separated and he became a manager for the Associated Oil Company.
In 1943 he gave almost a hundred shows for the armed forces 
He was also a member of IBM (No. 206).