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Fred Mintz

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Fred Mintz
BornFred R. Mintz
DiedSeptember 11, 1964
Mt. Olive, North Carolina

Fred Mintz was a Hypnotist-Magician, who professionally performed as Jordan the Magician and Mintz the Magician.

Assisted by his wife, Katherine, he was inspired by Wallace Lee.[1]

He wrote the "CAROLINA COMMENTS" section in Linking Ring in the 1930s.

He has been listed in the Sick and Convalescent section of the Linking Ring for many years as being in the State Hospital in Raleigh, N. C.[2]

His publicity photo can be see at the Conjuring Arts' exhibit "The Many Faces of Magic."[3]

References

  1. Linking Ring, June 1939
  2. Obit, Linking Ring, October, 1964
  3. http://conjuringarts.org/exhibitions/the-many-faces-of-magic/fred-mintz/