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[[Wilbur Kattner]] (1917 - August 1998), born in Boston, Massachusetts, was a high school science teacher that was active in magic clubs. He was president of the Fort Worth [[IBM]] Ring and [[TAOM]] (1967). Kattner marketed several magic effects and contributed tricks to magazines.
 
[[Wilbur Kattner]] (1917 - August 1998), born in Boston, Massachusetts, was a high school science teacher that was active in magic clubs. He was president of the Fort Worth [[IBM]] Ring and [[TAOM]] (1967). Kattner marketed several magic effects and contributed tricks to magazines.
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== Books ==
 
== Books ==

Revision as of 08:17, 29 July 2010

Wilbur Kattner (1917 - August 1998), born in Boston, Massachusetts, was a high school science teacher that was active in magic clubs. He was president of the Fort Worth IBM Ring and TAOM (1967). Kattner marketed several magic effects and contributed tricks to magazines.

Wilbur Kattner
BornWilbur Kattner
1917
Boston, Massachusetts
DiedAugust 1998

Books

  • The Prolix Spirit Writes (1945)
  • Off the Beaten Path (1947)

References