This association was started by Bob Loomis in England. John and Anne Davenport were members. Bob managed to find the invoice for these badges, so he knows he ordered them on 4 July 1995!
Awarded by The Magic Circle on 13 November 2004, the Prize is for outstanding contribution to the Literature or Art of Magic. Anne Davenport and John Salisse won the prize for their book on St. George’s Hall published by Mike Caveney’s Magic Words.
Drawn by Josie Camus when attending the wedding reception of Jeremy and Sara Bond in Cambridge on 7 April 2012. Jeremy Bond is known professionally as JezO.
The certificate is dated 4 March 2014. Anne Goulden is the maiden name of Anne Davenport. She uses the name for her activities in magic and music hall activities.
This pin belongs to Anne Goulden (previously known as Anne Davenport) who was made an Associate of The Inner Magic Circle in 2018.
All attendees were given a box like this, although the contents might vary between boxes. The contents all related to aspects of the first 100 years of the Davenports business and included the programme for the weekend.
We have two copies. One is signed to Anne Davenport by David Wood. Published in 2000 by Doubleday, a division of Transworld Publishers. Text copyright David Wood, 2000. Illustrations copyright Richard Fowler, 2000.
This badge is in the name of Anne Davenport.
The Pentacle magic club in Cambridge, England made this presentation in 1988 when John and Anne moved away from the city to Leicester. The glass bowl is inscribed ‘John and Anne Davenport 1988’ and is decorated with a pentacle star.
It is dated 5 April 2018. Anne Goulden is the maiden name of Anne Davenport. She uses the name for her involvement in magic and music hall.