Cover of Genii (1951)
|Flourished||1930s - 1950s|
She was one of the leading performing magicienne as a headlining act performing in all of the top hotels and clubs. 
She served Women's Army Auxiliary Corps during World War II.
After her marriage to the William Van Every, a famous historical novelist, Frances retired from show business in Santa Barbara California. When the S.A.M. convention came to California in 1980, Frances decided to perform again and won the Women's Magic Award contest.
- ↑ WOMEN IN MAGIC, DAI VERNON A MAGICAL LIFE, VOLUME 4
- ↑ MUM, FEBRUARY 1986
- ↑ Cover, Genii 1951 May
- ↑ WOMEN OF THE WAND BY LINDSEY JANSEN Genii 1991 July
- ↑ MAGIC IN MILITARY SERVICE 1942-1946 by Lady Frances — Captain, U.S. Army Air Corps Lady Frances, MUM, December 1980
- ↑ Genii 1951 March
- ↑ MUM April 1981