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== Biography ==
 
Schuman also served as President of S.A.M. Parent Assembly No. 1 in New York, Stamford Assembly No. 33, The [[Magicians Guild]], and of [[I.B.M.]] Ring No. 97.
 
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Revision as of 21:53, 8 February 2014

Edward Schuman
BornEdward A. Schuman
October 9, 1916
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
DiedMay 23, 2002 (age 85)
Highlands Ranch, Colorado

Edward Schuman (1916-2002) was SAM National President in 1968-69.

Biography

Schuman also served as President of S.A.M. Parent Assembly No. 1 in New York, Stamford Assembly No. 33, The Magicians Guild, and of I.B.M. Ring No. 97.

Graduating from Drexel Institute with a diploma in Chemical Engineering, he has lived most of his life in Stamford, Connecticut, from which city he commuted to New York City, working for Johns-Manville as a Product Manager.[1]

He was elected into the Society of American Magicians Hall of Fame and Magic Museum.

References

  1. Magician of the Month, MUM, July 1967 (cover)