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'''Kalma''', "Elmer H. Brunner" (c.1890-1955) was among the first to present the floating ball in a theater and ofttimes billed himself as the Colonial Wizard when touring Europe and major theaters in America.
 
'''Kalma''', "Elmer H. Brunner" (c.1890-1955) was among the first to present the floating ball in a theater and ofttimes billed himself as the Colonial Wizard when touring Europe and major theaters in America.
  
He had ibeen an intimate friend of [[George LaFollette]].
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Kalma invented a clip used in photo finishing and operated the Brunner Photo Appliance Company in Cleveland, Ohio. He went to St. Petersburg in 1939 where he became a builder of homes and apartment owner.<ref>Obit, Linking Ring, April 1965</ref>  
 
Kalma invented a clip used in photo finishing and operated the Brunner Photo Appliance Company in Cleveland, Ohio. He went to St. Petersburg in 1939 where he became a builder of homes and apartment owner.<ref>Obit, Linking Ring, April 1965</ref>  
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:03, 31 March 2014

Kalma

Cover of Spinx (Jan. 1914)
BornElmer H. Brunner
circa 1890
Cleveland, Ohio
DiedMarch 9, 1955 (age 64)
St. Petersburg, Florida
Resting placeCleveland

Kalma, "Elmer H. Brunner" (c.1890-1955) was among the first to present the floating ball in a theater and ofttimes billed himself as the Colonial Wizard when touring Europe and major theaters in America.

Biography

He had been an intimate friend of George LaFollette.

Kalma invented a clip used in photo finishing and operated the Brunner Photo Appliance Company in Cleveland, Ohio. He went to St. Petersburg in 1939 where he became a builder of homes and apartment owner.[1]

References

  1. Obit, Linking Ring, April 1965