Richard Van Dien

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[[Richard Van Dien]] (March 18, 1846 - March 14, 1937) was President of the [[Society of American Magicians]] from 1915 until 1917.
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[[Richard Van Dien]] (1846 - 1937) was President of the [[Society of American Magicians]] from 1915 until 1917.
  
 
At the time of his death, just shy of 91 years old, it was reported in [[Goldston's Magical Quarterly]] that he possessed one of the most extensive libraries on magic in the State of New Jersey.
 
At the time of his death, just shy of 91 years old, it was reported in [[Goldston's Magical Quarterly]] that he possessed one of the most extensive libraries on magic in the State of New Jersey.

Revision as of 08:21, 29 July 2010

Richard Van Dien
BornMarch 18 1846
DiedMarch 14 1937 (age 90)
Richard Van Dien (1846 - 1937) was President of the Society of American Magicians from 1915 until 1917.

At the time of his death, just shy of 91 years old, it was reported in Goldston's Magical Quarterly that he possessed one of the most extensive libraries on magic in the State of New Jersey.

References

  • Obit - Sphinx April, 1937.
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