Philip Prentice Anderson

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'''Philip Prentice Anderson''' (1844-1920), the illegitimate son of [[John Henry Anderson]], performed all over the world and did a tour of the United States in 1870 as '''Rubini'''.
  
Philip Prentice Anderson (1844 - 1920), the illegitimate son of [[John Henry Anderson]], performed all over the world and did a tour of the United States in 1870 as Rubini.
 
  
== References ==
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* [http://www.miraclefactory.net/mpt/view.php?id=7&type=articles Win a Few and Lose a Few - Rubini and His Giftshow By Gary Hunt]
 
* [http://www.miraclefactory.net/mpt/view.php?id=7&type=articles Win a Few and Lose a Few - Rubini and His Giftshow By Gary Hunt]
* [[David Price]], Magic: A Pictorial History of Conjurers in the Theater, 1985
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* Magic: A Pictorial History of Conjurers in the Theater By [[David Price]] (1985).
* Constance Pole Bayer, The Great Wizard of the North John Henry Anderson, 1990
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* The Great Wizard of the North: John Henry Anderson By Constance Pole Bayer (1990).
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:24, 23 September 2012

Philip Prentice Anderson
Born1844
Died1920

Philip Prentice Anderson (1844-1920), the illegitimate son of John Henry Anderson, performed all over the world and did a tour of the United States in 1870 as Rubini.


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