Henry Llewellyn

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Prominent business man of Melbourne and President of the Regent Shie Co. and former president of the Australian Society of Magicians.
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'''Henry Llewellyn''' was a prominent business man of Melbourne, President of the Regent Shoe Co., and former president of the [[Australian Society of Magicians]].<ref>Cover [[Linking Ring]], Vol. 6, no. 3, May 1927</ref>
  
 
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At the 1928 Australian Society of Magicians evening held at Adelaide  on October 17th at Victoria Hall, Llewellyn, who was billed as "The Trickiest Trickster."<ref>Linking Ring December 1928</ref>
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He was an [[IBM]] representative for Australia.
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==References==
 
==References==
* Cover [[Linking Ring]], Vol. 6, no. 3, May 1927
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Revision as of 20:31, 1 November 2011

Henry Llewellyn was a prominent business man of Melbourne, President of the Regent Shoe Co., and former president of the Australian Society of Magicians.[1]

Henry Llewellyn
Born?
Australia
Died?
Flourished1920s - 1930s

At the 1928 Australian Society of Magicians evening held at Adelaide on October 17th at Victoria Hall, Llewellyn, who was billed as "The Trickiest Trickster."[2]

He was an IBM representative for Australia.


References

  1. Cover Linking Ring, Vol. 6, no. 3, May 1927
  2. Linking Ring December 1928


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