|Died||May 25, 1939 (age 69) |
|Flourished||Early 20th Century|
Bradley Alexander (c.1869-1939) was the first treasurer of the Magic Circle, and he stayed as the honourable treasurer for a record thirty-one years.
Performed at the first Magic Seance of the Magic Circle. A 'Social Entertainer', performing in peoples' homes and occasionally gave magic lessons for the fee of one guinea. As a successful businessman he also found the time to author the book with the title "Tea: From Grower to Consumer" in the Pitman's Common Commodities of Commerce series.
Awards and Honors
- Awarded the O.B.E. (Order of the British Empire) for works with the poor.
- Lea, H L. “Some Prominent Members of the Magic Circle.” The Magic Circular 21, no. 243 (1927): 129–30.
- Naldrett, P. “Obituary. Bradley Alexander.” The Magic Circular 33 (1938): 183.
- Eldin, P. “Obituary. Geoffrey Lamb.” The Magic Circular 91 (1997): 228.