Harry Leat

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Harry Leat
BornHenry Albert Leat
July 29, 1874
Newington, in south-east London
DiedJune 12, 1949 (age 74)
CategoriesBooks by Harry Leat

Harry Leat (1874-1949) was a magic dealer and publisher.


Biography

Least was the first editor of The Magic Wand, from 1910-1913 under the apprenticeship of George Munro.

He later published Leat's Leaflets in 1925 to keep in contact with his costumers.[1]

Books

  • Forty Years In and Around Magic (1923)
  • Thoughtful Magic (1923)
  • Magic of the Depots - 1923 (1923)
  • Magic of the Depots - 1924 (1924)
  • Diversified Magic (1924)
  • Depot Magic (1925)
  • Tragic Magic (1925)
  • Magical Cartoons & Interpolations (1927)
  • Masked Magical Glossary (with Wilfrid Jonson) (1928)

References

  1. #236. HARRY LEAT: MAGIC DEALER AND CRUSADER - THE FORMATIVE YEARS WITH GEORGE MACKENZIE MUNRO AND 'ORNUM'S', Complete Rich Cabinet of Magical Curiosities by Edwin A. Dawes (2005)
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