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William Kirsch

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William Kirsch
BornWilliam C. R. Kirsch
September 24, 1873
Newark, New Jersey
DiedMarch 21, 1945 (age 71)
Washington, New Jersey

William Kirsch, along with his wife as an assistant, embarked on a professional career which took him to every state as well as to many places in Mexico.

On Nov.. 8th, 1908, Prof. Kirsch performed for the S. A. M. (of which he is an active worker and member No. 101) a demonstration of his creation, " The Magician's Dream."

In his later years, he performed at clubs, churches and various institutions in New Jersey and Pennsylvania

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  • Scientific Magical Experiments

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