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John T. Greenwood

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John T. Greenwood

Cover of Sphinx (April 1911)

John T. Greenwood played in Philadelphia in 1855 and traveled throughout the South for ten years. Then for fifty years he toured the North and West as a magician and ventriloquist.

Greenwood was with John Wyman in Philadelphia and received a collection of magical apparatus and marionette figures from Wyman on his death.

He retired to Beloit, Wisconsin and owned about twenty cottages which he rented out.[1]


  1. Sphinx (April 1911)