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|Born||Henry B. Valleau|
|Died||circa 1985 |
Henry B. Valleau (?-c.1985), a conjurer who billed himself as "The Master Mind of Modern Magic", was a long time Canadian residence who moved to the San Francisco in 1933.
He was a member of the IBM and Spokane Mystic Circle and was manager of the Valleau's Greater Magic Show which played theatres and schools throughout California.
He retired to Boise, Idaho, and has opened a retail magic by mail business in the 1970s.
He wrote articles for Linking Ring and Genii. His photo can be seen in the Conjuring Arts' exhibit, "The Many Faces of Magic."
- ↑ Linking Ring, November 1933
- ↑ Magic Circular, June, 1985
- ↑ Linking Ring, May, 1937
- ↑ MUM, February, 1976
- ↑ http://conjuringarts.org/exhibitions/the-many-faces-of-magic/henry-valleau/