Bill Harding

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Bill was one of the pillars of our club. Always smiling, quick with a joke, and ever ready to regale us with a great story from his days as a roadie for J.N. Hofzinser. Bill passed away this June. He was a wonderful source of inspiration and information for the club. You can read more about […]

Timothy Cook (Secretary)

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John Blake

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John became interested in magic in 1972. He started as a stock boy at Tannen’s Magic store, working his way up to becoming one of the owners. His inspiration/mentors were Frank Garcia, Dai Vernon, Johnny Thompson, and Romaine. His first love was Stage Manipulation, but was also well versed in Close-up, Standup, Walk-around, and Magic […]

Danial Border (Vice-President)

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David Houser (President)

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David Houser has been performing magic since he was 9 years old. His favorite style of magic is manipulation and mind reading. He is also a great collector of antique magic and artifacts. David is available for close-up strolling magic and parlor shows. For booking call 555.1212 or email  David Houser   

Bob Elliott

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For many decades, the Elliotts were at the heart of the New York magic scene. They helped run Tannen’s Magic Camp. They booked lecture tours, gave food and shelter to the rising stars of Magic, and never asked for a penny in return. You see, they already had day jobs, Bob working as a Mining […]