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'''Paul Morris''' (1903-1965), an associated with Barney's Clothes, Inc. in Brooklyn, was an amateur magician specializing in sleight-of-hand with coins, cards and small objects.   
 
'''Paul Morris''' (1903-1965), an associated with Barney's Clothes, Inc. in Brooklyn, was an amateur magician specializing in sleight-of-hand with coins, cards and small objects.   
  
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== Biography ==
 
He served as Chairman Hospitality Committee of the [[ S.A.M.]] and its entertainment committee for several years. <ref>By Thompson, Jr., J.G.. "My Best", 1945, p. 369</ref>
 
He served as Chairman Hospitality Committee of the [[ S.A.M.]] and its entertainment committee for several years. <ref>By Thompson, Jr., J.G.. "My Best", 1945, p. 369</ref>
  
 
Many of his tricks were published in several magazines including [[The Sphinx]], [[The Phoenix]], [[Genii]], and [[Hugard's Magic Monthly]]. His  [[Edge Grip]] coin sleight was published in [[Hugard's Magic Monthly]], Vol. 2, No. 12, (May 1945) in his trick ''A Life Saver''.
 
Many of his tricks were published in several magazines including [[The Sphinx]], [[The Phoenix]], [[Genii]], and [[Hugard's Magic Monthly]]. His  [[Edge Grip]] coin sleight was published in [[Hugard's Magic Monthly]], Vol. 2, No. 12, (May 1945) in his trick ''A Life Saver''.
 
 
  
 
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Revision as of 07:59, 3 May 2014

Paul Morris
BornMorris Bernstein
July 22, 1903
Norwich, Connecticut
DiedMarch 24, 1965 (age 61)

Paul Morris (1903-1965), an associated with Barney's Clothes, Inc. in Brooklyn, was an amateur magician specializing in sleight-of-hand with coins, cards and small objects.

Biography

He served as Chairman Hospitality Committee of the S.A.M. and its entertainment committee for several years. [1]

Many of his tricks were published in several magazines including The Sphinx, The Phoenix, Genii, and Hugard's Magic Monthly. His Edge Grip coin sleight was published in Hugard's Magic Monthly, Vol. 2, No. 12, (May 1945) in his trick A Life Saver.

References

  1. By Thompson, Jr., J.G.. "My Best", 1945, p. 369