Fred DeMuth

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Fred DeMuth (1885-1961) was a Corning Glass employee and amateur magician who created the DeMuth Milk Bottle (a precursor to the Milk Pitcher) and Improved Bottomless Glass.

Fred DeMuth
BornFrederick A. DeMuth
1885
DiedNovember 15, 1961
Corning, New York
Resting placeST. MARY'S CEMETERY, Town of Corning[1]

In 1932 he performed at the IBM Convention, winning first prize of $25 for the "best feat" at the convention. He was IBM members number was 31 and was the Territorial Representatives from New York in the 1950s.

He worked at Corning Glass Works for 38 years, retiring in March, 1955, where he was Supervisor of optical grinding and polishing in the Research lab.

His Glass through Glass effect (1934) was described in Greater Magic (page 844).

DeMuth died in Corning, New York at the age of 76.[2][3][4]

References

  1. http://www.paintedhills.org/STEUBEN/StMarysCorning/StMarysCorningDF.html
  2. Fred DeMuth: The Glass King of Magic by Gordon W. Mattice, The Linking Ring, December 1971, page 46.
  3. obit, Linking Ring, December 1961
  4. obit, Linking Ring, February 1962
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