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He performed with [[Al Caroselli]] in [[vaudeville]] throughout the Midwest, then returned to Detroit to study law where he graduated from the University of Detroit Law School.
 
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Revision as of 20:25, 4 March 2014

W. H. Domzalski

Cover of Sphinx (Sept. 1914)
BornWladyslaw Henry Domzalski
September 12, 1884
DiedAugust 8, 1949 (age 64)
Detroit, Michigan
Resting placeMount Olive Cemetery, Detroit
W. H. "Dom" Domzalski (1884-1949), a magician who became an attorney, was the Detroit correspondent for the Sphinx and later the Combined Magical Club Bulletin.

Biography

He performed with Al Caroselli in vaudeville throughout the Midwest, then returned to Detroit to study law where he graduated from the University of Detroit Law School.

He was an active member of the Society of Detroit Magicians and was an Associate Editor for he Linking Ring in the 1930s.

Domzalski died in the Harper Hosiptal in Detroit following an illness with leukemia.[1][2]

References

  1. Obit, Tops, 1949
  2. http://www.poles.org/db/D_names/Domzalski_WH.html