1835

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Magic related events from the year 1835.

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Events

  • L'Homme Masque, who always performed wearing a mask, is born
  • Henry Slade, one of the most colorful psychic mediums of his period, is born
  • The National Theatre, a venue for a variety of live stage productions in Washington, D.C., opens
  • Letters on Natural Magic, which examined magic created of natural and mechanical occurrences, are compiled and published
  • Charles Edwin Fields, who instructed hundreds of people in the magic art, is born, May 15
  • Richard Potter, credited as the first successful stage magician born in the United States and as the first black magician, dies, Sept 20
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