Harry Usher

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'''Harry Usher''' (November 17, 1887 - October 29, 1950) did a [[Second Sight]] act with his wife Francis as [[The Ushers]].
 
 
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'''Harry Usher''' (November 17, 1887 - October 29, 1950) did a [[Second Sight]] act with his wife Francis as [[The Ushers]].
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== Biography ==
 
Usher was born in New York City. Also known as "Hal", he worked for a time as a sideshow act in places like [[Coney Island]]. In the early part of his career, he worked in Chinese costume as "Ah Foon" a title given to him by the original "Ah Foon", [[George Little]].  
 
Usher was born in New York City. Also known as "Hal", he worked for a time as a sideshow act in places like [[Coney Island]]. In the early part of his career, he worked in Chinese costume as "Ah Foon" a title given to him by the original "Ah Foon", [[George Little]].  
  
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Latest revision as of 11:53, 1 September 2013

Harry Usher

Cover of Genii with Francis (1940)
BornNovember 17, 1887
New York City, New York
DiedOctober 29, 1950 (age 62)

Harry Usher (November 17, 1887 - October 29, 1950) did a Second Sight act with his wife Francis as The Ushers.

Biography

Usher was born in New York City. Also known as "Hal", he worked for a time as a sideshow act in places like Coney Island. In the early part of his career, he worked in Chinese costume as "Ah Foon" a title given to him by the original "Ah Foon", George Little.

By 1927 The Ushers had become vaudeville headliners doing magic and second sight act called "Fifty Years from Now".

He retired in 1935 to go into the horoscope business in Venice, California. The Ushers produced (2) different series of magic tokens with horoscope signs on them and are listed in Kuethe magic token booklet.[1][2][3][4]

References

  1. Programmes of Famous Magicians (1937)
  2. Cover Genii 1940 December
  3. Obit Genii 1950 November
  4. Magic: A Pictorial History of Conjurers in the Theater by David Price (1985)



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