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[[Thomas Frost]] (1821 - 1908), born in Croydon,  was was a professional journalist and author.
 
[[Thomas Frost]] (1821 - 1908), born in Croydon,  was was a professional journalist and author.
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He wrote one of the first full-length books on the history of magic, [[Lives of the Conjurors]] in 1876.
 
He wrote one of the first full-length books on the history of magic, [[Lives of the Conjurors]] in 1876.

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Thomas Frost (1821 - 1908), born in Croydon, was was a professional journalist and author.

Thomas Frost
Born1821
Croydon
Died1908
CategoriesBooks by Thomas Frost

He wrote one of the first full-length books on the history of magic, Lives of the Conjurors in 1876.

Books (related to magic)

  • The Old Showmen and the Old London Fairs (1874)
  • Circus Life and Circus Celebrities (1875)
  • Lives of the Conjurors (1876)

References

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  • Who's who By Henry Robert Addison, Charles Henry Oakes, William John Lawson, Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen Published by A. & C. Black, 1903