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'''Homar Woulffe'', a long time professional magicia, was partner in [[Joe Berg]]'s Magic Shop in Chicago.<ref>Obit, Linking Ring, April 1966</ref>
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'''Homar Woulffe''' "The Wizard of the West", a long time professional magicia, was partner in [[Joe Berg]]'s Magic Shop in Chicago.<ref>Obit, Linking Ring, April 1966</ref>
 
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He lived in Kansas City for many years and helped [[Doc Wilson]] get out [[The Sphinx]].
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He lived in Kansas City for many years and helped [[Doc Wilson]] get out [[The Sphinx]].<ref>Cover, Magicol No. 125 (November 1997)</ref>
  
 
[[Trix and Chatter]] has him doing magic in 1900 as an amateur.
 
[[Trix and Chatter]] has him doing magic in 1900 as an amateur.

Revision as of 17:49, 20 November 2012

Homar Woulffe "The Wizard of the West", a long time professional magicia, was partner in Joe Berg's Magic Shop in Chicago.[1]

Homar Woulffe
BornHermann Homar Woulffe
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Emporia, Kansas
DiedFebruary 20, 1966
Chicago, Illinois

He lived in Kansas City for many years and helped Doc Wilson get out The Sphinx.[2]

Trix and Chatter has him doing magic in 1900 as an amateur.

References

  1. Obit, Linking Ring, April 1966
  2. Cover, Magicol No. 125 (November 1997)