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''' George C. Foote''', one of the leading growers in Upland, California, was an amateur magician who performed at clubs and parties.<ref>Odd Magical Facts by FRANK FEWINS, [[Genii 1946 October]]</ref>
 
''' George C. Foote''', one of the leading growers in Upland, California, was an amateur magician who performed at clubs and parties.<ref>Odd Magical Facts by FRANK FEWINS, [[Genii 1946 October]]</ref>
  
By 1930, he was living in Upland, California and was a life member of the [[IMC]].<ref>Who's Who in Magic, [[Sphinx]], March, 1932</ref> Soon after, he joined the [[Los Angeles Society of Magician]].
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By 1930, he was living in Upland, California and was a life member of the [[IMC]].<ref>Who's Who in Magic, [[Sphinx]], March, 1932</ref> Soon after, he joined the [[Los Angeles Society of Magicians]].
  
 
In the 1950s, he put out his  "Improved Three Shell Game" using real walnut shells.
 
In the 1950s, he put out his  "Improved Three Shell Game" using real walnut shells.

Revision as of 12:49, 12 November 2012

George C. Foote
BornMay 27, 1882
Concord, New Hamspire

George C. Foote, one of the leading growers in Upland, California, was an amateur magician who performed at clubs and parties.[1]

By 1930, he was living in Upland, California and was a life member of the IMC.[2] Soon after, he joined the Los Angeles Society of Magicians.

In the 1950s, he put out his "Improved Three Shell Game" using real walnut shells.

The editor of Genii magazine wished their long time subscriber a 94th happy birthday in the June 1976 issue. He was still living in Upland, California.

References

  1. Odd Magical Facts by FRANK FEWINS, Genii 1946 October
  2. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, March, 1932
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