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'''Harry Louine''' was a magician for 87 years, specializeng in coin magic.
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'''Harry Louine''' (c.1880-1973) was a magician for 87 years, specializing in coin magic.
  
Louine moved to Seattle from San Francisco in 1907. The title "King of Koins" was bestowed upon him when he was declared the successor to [[T. Nelson Downs]].
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== Biography ==
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Louine moved to [[Seattle]] from San Francisco in 1907. The title "King of Koins" was bestowed upon him when he was declared the successor to [[T. Nelson Downs]]. [[Image:HarryLouine.jpg|left|thumb|[[Genii 1952 June]]]]
  
He was a member of the Seattle Magic Ring and was a bookbinder for the Seattle Public Library system.<ref>Obit, [[Genii 1972 December]]</ref><ref>Obit, Linking Ring, April 1973</ref>
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He was a member of the Seattle Magic Ring and was a bookbinder for the Seattle Public Library system. <ref>[[Genii 1972 December|Genii Magazine, Vol. 36, No. 12, December 1972]], Obituaries, Louis N. Miller, page 549</ref> <ref>[[New Tops|The New Tops, Vol. 13, No. 3, March 1973]], Final Curtain, Harry Louine, page 26</ref> <ref>[[Linking Ring|The Linking Ring, April 1973]], Broken Wand, Louis N. Miller, page 101</ref>
 
   
 
   
== References ==
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* The Sphinx, Vol. 37, No. 6, August 1938, Pacific Coast Personalities, page 148
*Photo [[Genii 1952 June]]
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*See also: [[:File:HarryLouine1.jpg|1969 article]]; [[:File:HarryLouine2.jpg|1969 Article #2, p. 1]]; [[:File:HarryLouine3.jpg|1969 Article #2, p. 2]]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:01, 19 March 2021

Harry Louine
BornLouis N. Miller
December 25, 1880
Le Mars, Iowa
DiedJanuary 16, 1973 (age 92)
Bothell, King County, Washington

Harry Louine (c.1880-1973) was a magician for 87 years, specializing in coin magic.

Biography

Louine moved to Seattle from San Francisco in 1907. The title "King of Koins" was bestowed upon him when he was declared the successor to T. Nelson Downs.

He was a member of the Seattle Magic Ring and was a bookbinder for the Seattle Public Library system. [1] [2] [3]

References

  1. Genii Magazine, Vol. 36, No. 12, December 1972, Obituaries, Louis N. Miller, page 549
  2. The New Tops, Vol. 13, No. 3, March 1973, Final Curtain, Harry Louine, page 26
  3. The Linking Ring, April 1973, Broken Wand, Louis N. Miller, page 101