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'''A'ree''', billed as the Queen of Hearts, toured mostly on the West Coast doing a manipulation act.
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'''A'ree''' (?-2000), billed as the Queen of Hearts, toured mostly on the West Coast doing a manipulation act.
  
Wife of amateur magician Don McChesney, she was the first woman to graduate form the [[Chavez College of Magic]] post-graduate course.<ref>Linking Ring, February, 2001</ref>
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Wife of amateur magician [[Don McChesney]], she was the first woman to graduate form the [[Chavez College of Magic]] post-graduate course.<ref>Linking Ring, February, 2001</ref>
  
 
She served as president of the Parent Assembly of [[Magigals]], was a member of the [[International Guild of Prestidigitators]] and a life member of [[IBM]] Ring 21.
 
She served as president of the Parent Assembly of [[Magigals]], was a member of the [[International Guild of Prestidigitators]] and a life member of [[IBM]] Ring 21.
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She won the "Mrs. Houdini Diamond Pin" award at a [[PCAM]] convention. <ref>Cover, [[Genii 1953 May]]</ref>
 
She won the "Mrs. Houdini Diamond Pin" award at a [[PCAM]] convention. <ref>Cover, [[Genii 1953 May]]</ref>
  
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Latest revision as of 16:04, 11 February 2014

A'ree

Cover of Genii (1953)
BornArie
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DiedAugust 17, 2000

A'ree (?-2000), billed as the Queen of Hearts, toured mostly on the West Coast doing a manipulation act.

Biography

Wife of amateur magician Don McChesney, she was the first woman to graduate form the Chavez College of Magic post-graduate course.[1]

She served as president of the Parent Assembly of Magigals, was a member of the International Guild of Prestidigitators and a life member of IBM Ring 21.

She won the "Mrs. Houdini Diamond Pin" award at a PCAM convention. [2]

References

  1. Linking Ring, February, 2001
  2. Cover, Genii 1953 May