Charles K. Tripp
|Charles K. Tripp|
|Died||April 20, 1939 (age 62) |
He was a mechanic for the dealer Charles Milton Chase, son of Milton Chase, before partnering with Bailey. Three months after the Bailey & Tripp store was opened, Bailey bought out Tripp's interest in, but Tripp continued to turn out apparatus and illusions for him.
In 1906, Tripp did jail cell and handcuff escapes.
Tripp died of a heart attack at the age of 62 at the plant of The General Electric Company in Boston. He was the head of the apprentice school for the company.
- ↑ Linking Ring Vol. 15 No. 5, July 1935
- ↑ The secret life of Houdini by William Kalush,Larry Sloman (2006), pg 447
- ↑ The Sphinx, May 10, 1939