Gordon W. Mattice

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[[Gordon W. Mattice]] (1907? - April 19, 1982) was a Reverend and amateur  
 
[[Gordon W. Mattice]] (1907? - April 19, 1982) was a Reverend and amateur  
 
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As a boy, he knew [[Hardeen]] when they lived on 113th Street in New York City, across from his own home.
 
As a boy, he knew [[Hardeen]] when they lived on 113th Street in New York City, across from his own home.

Revision as of 15:45, 4 October 2010

Gordon W. Mattice (1907? - April 19, 1982) was a Reverend and amateur magician.

Gordon W. Mattice
Born?
DiedApril 19, 1982

As a boy, he knew Hardeen when they lived on 113th Street in New York City, across from his own home.

A member of I.B.M., Order of Merlin, from Ring 140 (Ithaca. NY), Mattice wrote a column called "Magiministers" for Genii magazine in 1939 and into the 1940s.

References

  • Linking Ring, November 1980.
  • Linking Ring, December 1982, Broken Wand
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