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Loring Campbell

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Loring Campbell

Cover Genii 1975 March
BornLoring Alexander Campbell
March 19, 1905
Sapulpa, Oklakohma
DiedJanuary 11, 1979 (age 73)
CategoriesBooks by Loring Campbell

Loring Campbell (1905 - 1979) performed full evening Lyceum and Chautauqua magic shows throughout North America.[1]


A graduate of the Daques Business University, he began performing around around 1923.[2] He carried two complete 2-hour shows with a complete change of programs each year.

Campbell helped Fred Haenchen get into the field of magic apparatus manufacturing.[3]

Loring held membership Number 22 in the I.B.M., joining in 1924 and membership Number 1330 in the S.A.M., joining in 1926. He was also a member of the Hollywood Comedy Club. [4]

He wrote the column "The Campbell Caravan" for Tops.


  • Elected to the Society of American Magicians Hall of Fame (while still living).



  1. Cover Genii 1937 June with Mrs. Campbell
  2. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, September, 1931
  3. Cover Genii 1975 March
  4. Obit, Genii 1979 March