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'''W. R. "Russ" Walsh''' (1894-1971) was an amateur magician who served as  president of both [[S.A.M.]] and the [[I.B.M.]].<ref>Who's Who in Magic, [[Sphinx]], July, 1932</ref>
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Walsh invented [[Appearing Cane]] in 1947.<ref>Cover [[Genii 1939 November]]</ref>
  
Invented [[Appearing Cane]] in 1947.
 
  
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He lived in [[Chicago]] in the 1950s<ref>http://www.chicagomagicstudio.com/map/locations/204.html</ref>
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==Books==
 
* [[Walsh Cane Routines]] written by [[Francis Martineau]] (1945)
 
* [[Walsh Cane Routines]] written by [[Francis Martineau]] (1945)
  
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Revision as of 14:01, 2 March 2013

Russell Walsh
BornWilliam Russell Walsh
May 14, 1894
Cleveland, Ohio
Died1971

W. R. "Russ" Walsh (1894-1971) was an amateur magician who served as president of both S.A.M. and the I.B.M..[1]

Walsh invented Appearing Cane in 1947.[2]


He lived in Chicago in the 1950s[3]

Books


References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, July, 1932
  2. Cover Genii 1939 November
  3. http://www.chicagomagicstudio.com/map/locations/204.html


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