February 12, 1878
|Died||August 9, 1959 (age 81) |
|Resting place||Riverside Cemetary, outside of Cleveland|
He retired for the first time from performing when his sister Ida died (who was his second person in his two-person mentalism act) and went to study law. In 1914, after graduating, he opened a law practice. He still performed periodically, but started booking his one time assistant, Paul Fleming whom he taught to preform his repertoire.
In 1916, returned to performing, when Fleming went to pursue his own carer, but only for a short time as he soon started loosing his eyesight and eventually became blind.
David Ben's reproduces Germain's Egyptian Water Jars and Blooming Rose Bush in his act "The Conjuror".
- The Secrets of Karl Germain by Stuart Cramer (1962)
- Germain The Wizard and His Legerdermain by Stuart Cramer (1966)
- Germain the Wizard by Todd Karr