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'''John William Sargent''' (July 9, 1852 - September 24, 1920), born in Bangor, Maine, performed as ''Sargent the Merry Wizard''.
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'''John William Sargent''' (July 9, 1852 - September 24, 1920), born in Bangor, Maine, performed as ''Sargent the Merry Wizard''.
  
 
Sargent also wrote articles for [[Mahatma]] and was elected as the second president of the [[Society of American Magicians]] (1905-06).  
 
Sargent also wrote articles for [[Mahatma]] and was elected as the second president of the [[Society of American Magicians]] (1905-06).  
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* Cover of [[Mahatma]] Vol 2, No. 1 (July 1898).  
 
* Cover of [[Mahatma]] Vol 2, No. 1 (July 1898).  
  
== References ==
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* Tributes to John William Sargent, [[MUM]], Vol.10, No. 5 (October, 1920).
 
* Tributes to John William Sargent, [[MUM]], Vol.10, No. 5 (October, 1920).
  

Revision as of 12:46, 9 February 2013

See also: H. J. Sargent (1843-1896).


Sargent
BornJuly 09, 1852
Bangor, Maine
DiedSeptember 24, 1920 (age 68)

John William Sargent (July 9, 1852 - September 24, 1920), born in Bangor, Maine, performed as Sargent the Merry Wizard.

Sargent also wrote articles for Mahatma and was elected as the second president of the Society of American Magicians (1905-06).

A few years before his death, he was secretary to Harry Houdini.

Honors

  • Cover of Mahatma Vol 2, No. 1 (July 1898).

References

  • Tributes to John William Sargent, MUM, Vol.10, No. 5 (October, 1920).