|Died||circa 1969 (age 76) |
|Resting place||Ta’ Braxia Cemetery|
Wilfred Hubbard (1892-1969) was a successful after-dinner entertainers of the period between the wars, often billed as "Wilfred Hubbard and 52 Assistants".
Hubbard served as a dispatch rider in World War I and later set up his own hosiery manufacturing business before becoming a full-time professional magician.
During World War II he entertained troops in Britain, Europe and the Middle East.
Hubbard became interested in hypnotism, becoming so successful that for a time he had his own clinic in Harley Street. For health reasons he would move to Malta. He was buried at the Ta’ Braxia Cemetery in Pietà, Malta on May 15, 1969.
- ↑ http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks07/0700891.txt
- ↑ Cover, The magician monthly, November 1937
- ↑ http://www.flashpages.co.uk/LMC/presidents.htm
- ↑ Linking Ring, Jan 1980
- ↑ THE WORLD'S FAIR. Saturday, June 14, 1969. Page 7
- ↑ http://website.lineone.net/~stephaniebidmead/tabraxia.htm