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'''Joe Barnett''', a lawyer, was Dean of [[SAM]] Parents Assembly #1.
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'''Joe Barnett''', a lawyer, was Dean of [[SAM]] Parents Assembly #1.<ref> My Best by JG. Thompson Jr.</ref>
 
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Barnett joined the SAM in 1943 and  wrote about the [[New York Magic Table]] in his [[MUM]] column "Around the New York Magic Table" from 1966  until 1987.  Magicians from around the world came to visit at the Table where Joe served as host and dean.
 
Barnett joined the SAM in 1943 and  wrote about the [[New York Magic Table]] in his [[MUM]] column "Around the New York Magic Table" from 1966  until 1987.  Magicians from around the world came to visit at the Table where Joe served as host and dean.
  

Revision as of 21:05, 18 February 2012

Joe Barnett
BornJoseph Lloyd Barnett
?
New York City
DiedDecember 8, 1989

Joe Barnett, a lawyer, was Dean of SAM Parents Assembly #1.[1] Barnett joined the SAM in 1943 and wrote about the New York Magic Table in his MUM column "Around the New York Magic Table" from 1966 until 1987. Magicians from around the world came to visit at the Table where Joe served as host and dean.

He was also an accomplished photographer, a violinist and an expert trout fisherman.[2]

Books

  • Barnett on Sleights by Judge Bryant (1953) - a gag book with blank pages.

References

  1. My Best by JG. Thompson Jr.
  2. Obit, Genii 1989 November