Rhindress – Memoirs of an Elusive Moth – by Adele Friel Rhindress


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Memoirs of an Elusive Moth
by Adele Friel Rhindress

We love biographies and first hand accounts written by the people that were actually there and were part of history.

From 1947 – 1950, Adele Friel Rhindress toured North America as an assistant to the greatest magician of the era, Harry Blackstone. She played and integral role in his Show of 1001 Wonders. Five decades after retiring from show business and raising a family, a surprise birthday party rekindled her relationship with the world of magic. Subsequent meetings with cast members from the Blackstone show set the seal and put her in the spotlight once again.

In these memoirs, you will go back time and relive the Blackstone Show. You will learn about the performers, assistants, the various personalities, and what it was to be part of traveling magic show in the 1940s.

<(Hardbound with dustjacket – 117 pages)

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