John Harry Keller

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John Harry Keller
BornAugust 2, 1910
Long Island, New York

John Harry Keller (b.1910) was an amateur card magician and dealer who worked in the advertising department of Electric Bond & Share Co. in New York.

Biography

A member of the Conjurers' Club and the IBM (No. 2964), where he attended meetings of the Brooklyn Ring NO. 45.[1]

It was reported that Keller was on the road performing with Prof. Kreiger in 1932.[2]

His card effects appeared in the Sphinx in the 1930s.

As owner of "Keller Enterprises", his ads can be seen in Linking Ring and MUM 1950s, quoting his "25 years of magic" experience.

Note: sometimes name incorrectly spelled as "Kellar"

Books

  • Ten Card Tricks (1932), manuscript published by U. F. Grant

References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, June, 1931
  2. Notes of Nashville Magic by David Price, Sphinx, AUGUST, 1932


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