Lloyd W. Chambers

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'''Lloyd W. Chambers''' was a semi-professional magician and magic dealer.<ref>Who's Who in Magic, [[Sphinx]], May 1931</ref>
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'''Lloyd W. Chambers''' was a semi-professional magician and owner of Chambers Manufacturing Co.<ref>Who's Who in Magic, [[Sphinx]], May 1931</ref>
  
 
Chambers taught school from 1933 to 1941 in Topeka then became superintendent and joined the Navy as senior lieutenant in 1941.
 
Chambers taught school from 1933 to 1941 in Topeka then became superintendent and joined the Navy as senior lieutenant in 1941.
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Chambers was a contributor to [[Genii]], [[Sphinx]] and the [[Linking Ring]]. He was a  member of the [[I.B.M.]], [[P.C.A.M.]], [[S.A.M.]], and a charter member of the [[M.D.A.]]
 
Chambers was a contributor to [[Genii]], [[Sphinx]] and the [[Linking Ring]]. He was a  member of the [[I.B.M.]], [[P.C.A.M.]], [[S.A.M.]], and a charter member of the [[M.D.A.]]
 
== Books ==
 
== Books ==
* Original Ideas in Magic - Chambers (1941)
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* Original Ideas in Magic (1941)
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 21:31, 21 August 2010

Lloyd W. Chambers
BornMay 19, 1906
Clearwater, Kansas
DiedJanuary 15, 1960 (age 53)
Clearwater, Kansas
CategoriesBooks by Lloyd W. Chambers

Lloyd W. Chambers was a semi-professional magician and owner of Chambers Manufacturing Co.[1]

Chambers taught school from 1933 to 1941 in Topeka then became superintendent and joined the Navy as senior lieutenant in 1941.

After the war, he made equipment in wood for the magic fraternity. At one time he was with Floyd Thayer and Percy Abbott. [2]

Chambers was a contributor to Genii, Sphinx and the Linking Ring. He was a member of the I.B.M., P.C.A.M., S.A.M., and a charter member of the M.D.A.

Books

  • Original Ideas in Magic (1941)

References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, May 1931
  2. Broken Wand, Linking Ring, February 1960


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