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Charles Joseph Carter (June 14, 1874 – February 13, 1936) was an American stage magician, also known as Carter the Great. Carter's first theatrical experience occurred at the Herzog's museum and Pat Harris' Masonic Temple in Baltimore at the age of 10, where he appeared as Master Charles Carter the Original Boy Magician. Carter purchased the famous Martinka Magic Palace in 1917, a time when he was unable to continue his world touring magic show.

Charles Joseph Carter (June 14, 1874 – February 13, 1936) was an American stage magician, also known as Carter the Great. Carter's first theatrical experience occurred at the Herzog's museum and Pat Harris' Masonic Temple in Baltimore at the age of 10, where he appeared as Master Charles Carter the Original Boy Magician. Carter purchased the famous Martinka Magic Palace in 1917, a time when he was unable to continue his world touring magic show.

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Charles Joseph Carter (June 14, 1874 – February 13, 1936) was an American stage magician, also known as Carter the Great. Carter's first theatrical experience occurred at the Herzog's museum and Pat Harris' Masonic Temple in Baltimore at the age of 10, where he appeared as Master Charles Carter the Original Boy Magician. Carter purchased the famous Martinka Magic Palace in 1917, a time when he was unable to continue his world touring magic show.

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Charles Joseph Carter (June 14, 1874 – February 13, 1936) was an American stage magician, also known as Carter the Great. Carter's first theatrical experience occurred at the Herzog's museum and Pat Harris' Masonic Temple in Baltimore at the age of 10, where he appeared as Master Charles Carter the Original Boy Magician. Carter purchased the famous Martinka Magic Palace in 1917, a time when he was unable to continue his world touring magic show.