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* ... [[Mac McDonald]](1907-c.1982), of [[McDonald's Aces]] fame, was a Diamond Broker before he became a magician...
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* ... [[Jack Merlin]] (c.1885-1943) was buried at Marion National Cemetery in Marion, Indiana...
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* ... [[Houdini]] had a nephew, [[Harry Houdini Hinson]], who was an amateur magician that died at the age of 21...
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* ... [[Houdini]] wrote under the name "N. Osey" for both [[Mahatma]] and his own [[Conjurers' Monthly Magazine]]....
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* ... American author John Ball (who wrote the mystery novel "In the Heat of the Night" involving the African-American police detective Virgil Tibbs in 1965) performed as a semi-professional magician in college as [[Jacques_Morintell]]...
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*  ... Joe Sternbach brought the [[New York Roundtable]] to the west coast by starting the [[Los Angeles Roundtable]] in 1946...
  
*...[[Charles T. Aldrich]], a popular Quick Change performer in vaudeville, was father of Gale Gordon, the actor that played Lucille's Ball's boss on TV...
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* ...The [[Magic Circle]] was going to called the [[Martin Chapender]] Magical Society...
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''See also  [[Special:Recentchanges|Recent changes]]''.
* ...[[Chris Charlton]]'s collection of magic magazines was one of the largest of his time...
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*... [[Hen Fetsch]]'s rope routines were the inspiration for the classic [[Professor's Nightmare]] effect.
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* ... [[Stanley Collins]] and [[S.H. Sharpe]] shared the same birthday.
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* ... [[Max Katz]] was [[Ricky Jay]]'s grandfather ....
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* ... [[Kolar]] was the inspiration for "[[Seven Keys to Baldpate]]"...
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* ... [[Jimmy Stewart]] starting out as an amateur magician and accordionist...
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* ... between 1906 and 1915 [[Theodore DeLand]] marketed almost 100 tricks using gimmicked cards and decks...
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* ... At their peak, [[J. B. Bobo]] and his wife performed 400 to 450 school shows a year...
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* ... The book [[Expert at the Card Table]] had over a dozen different editions..
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