George Williams

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'''George Williams''' was a semi-professional magician.
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'''George Williams''' (1891-?) was a semi-professional magician who did full evening shows and entertainment at private parties beginning professionally in 1914
 
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He did full evening shows and entertainment at private parties beginning professionally in 1914
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Williams was a member of the [[I. B. M.]] and a founding member of the [[Montreal Mystics]].<ref>Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, October, 1931</ref>
 
Williams was a member of the [[I. B. M.]] and a founding member of the [[Montreal Mystics]].<ref>Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, October, 1931</ref>
  
He opened a mail order business selling tricks at one time with a friend.  In local Linking Ring reports from 1954 shows him still performing at the IBM Assembly  No. 62 in Montreal, Canada.
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He opened a mail order business selling tricks at one time with a friend.  In local [[Linking Ring]] reports from 1954 shows him still performing at the IBM Assembly  No. 62 in Montreal, Canada.
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Latest revision as of 08:23, 31 December 2012

George Williams
BornWilliam George Clark
May 15, 1891
Toronto, Canada
Died?
NationalityCanadian

George Williams (1891-?) was a semi-professional magician who did full evening shows and entertainment at private parties beginning professionally in 1914

Williams was a member of the I. B. M. and a founding member of the Montreal Mystics.[1]

He opened a mail order business selling tricks at one time with a friend. In local Linking Ring reports from 1954 shows him still performing at the IBM Assembly No. 62 in Montreal, Canada.


References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, October, 1931


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