T. Page Wright
|T. Page Wright|
|Born||May 8, 1905|
Fort Wayne, Indiana
|Died||December 21, 1930 (age 25) |
Los Angeles, California
|Resting place||Greenwood Memorial Park in San Diego, CA|
|Categories||Books by T. Page Wright|
Thomas Page Wright (1905-1930) was an amateur magician and close friend of William W. Larsen, Sr..
He had been interested in magic since a kid when he and at lived at San Diego, California. He later moved to Los Angeles where he was a member of the Los Angeles Society of Magicians.
Wright contributed many articles to The Sphinx and Genii in collaboration with William W. Larsen, Sr.. They also co-invented many cards tricks which appeared under the name "L.W." (as in one example The L.W. Mental and Spirit Mysteries).
He was killed in a car accident at the young age of 26 in Los Angeles, at the intersection of S. Norton Ave. and Country Club Dr.
His nephew, Bascom Jones (1924-1994), inherited his extensive library of magic and illusion.
T. Page Wright is buried at Greenwood Memorial Park in San Diego, CA.