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'''E. Clinton Adams''' (fl. early 1900s)  was a magician on the [[Lyceum]] circuit in the early 1900s.
  
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== Biography ==
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Originally from  South Bend, Indiana, he presented a full evening program without any apparatus, depending entirely upon the cleverness of his fingers.
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* http://www.floraco.com/lyceum/
 
* http://www.floraco.com/lyceum/
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* [[Mahatma]], Vol. 4, page 454 (1900)
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* [[Sphinx]], Vol. 4, page 4 (1905)
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* Sphinx, Vol. 44, page 90 (1945)
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Latest revision as of 23:43, 1 September 2014

E. Clinton Adams
Born?
Died?
Flourishedearly 1900s

E. Clinton Adams (fl. early 1900s) was a magician on the Lyceum circuit in the early 1900s.

Biography

Originally from South Bend, Indiana, he presented a full evening program without any apparatus, depending entirely upon the cleverness of his fingers.

References


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