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I thought some you fine folk at the Café might enjoy the mostly historic, THE MAGIC OF BALTIMORE; a culmination of a vast amount of research over the last year. Hope you enjoy...
Milbourne Christopher
Phil Thomas
Bob Tilford
Walter Gibson
& John Eck are just a few magicians featured.
Even less known as David Kidd
Baltimore, Md. Curator of
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Magic Bob helped me out a great deal at the time. Phil was outstanding as usual and gave me much. Mickey with his illusive close up was grand. Don't rightly know what ever happened to David. I was a pupil to the late Ray-mond. I miss like heck the Yogi.
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Thank you for your post.....I had no idea that Baltimore had such a rich and diverse history of outstanding performing magicians......your link was great.....I'm impressed!

So far as I know, I've only met one Baltimore Magician, Denny Haney.....and that was last August at Abbott's Get-Together.......I really enjoyed meeting and kibbutzing with him..........our minds think alike, it seems.......Denny is a great Baltimore kinda guy, isn't he?
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