Frimini

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'''Frimini''' was the stage name of Harry J. Freeman, who also did a [[Second Sight]] act with his wife as "Les Friminis".  
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'''Frimini''' (fl. 1900s-1920s) was the stage name of Harry J. Freeman, who also did a [[Second Sight]] act with his wife as "Les Friminis".  
  
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== Biography ==
 
Freeman was first associated with [[William B. Caulk]] performing magic and illusion.
 
Freeman was first associated with [[William B. Caulk]] performing magic and illusion.
  
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The [[Linking Ring]] reported him as member No. 391 of the [[IBM]] living in  Omaha, Nebraska but by 1927 was reporting mailing being returned from  Providence, Rhode Island and asking of his whereabouts.
 
The [[Linking Ring]] reported him as member No. 391 of the [[IBM]] living in  Omaha, Nebraska but by 1927 was reporting mailing being returned from  Providence, Rhode Island and asking of his whereabouts.
  
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Latest revision as of 16:16, 9 March 2014

Frimini

Cover of Sphinx (March 1912)
BornHarry J. Freeman
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Died?
Flourished1900s-1920s

Frimini (fl. 1900s-1920s) was the stage name of Harry J. Freeman, who also did a Second Sight act with his wife as "Les Friminis".

Biography

Freeman was first associated with William B. Caulk performing magic and illusion.

Later with his wife, one of their acts was a card reading effect in which audience members selected a card then a blindfolded Mme. Frimini would name the card and proceed to interpret its meaning to the selector as a fortune teller would do.

The Linking Ring reported him as member No. 391 of the IBM living in Omaha, Nebraska but by 1927 was reporting mailing being returned from Providence, Rhode Island and asking of his whereabouts.

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