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He began performing professionally in 1921, specializing in The Chinese Rings and "Fun-Magic". Other names he performed under were "The Wizard Weber" and  
 
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Revision as of 17:03, 10 February 2014

Herman L. Weber
BornHerman Ludwig Weber
June 17, 1900
Allentown, Pennsylvania
DiedFebruary 23, 1953 (age 52)
CategoriesBooks by Herman L. Weber

Herman L. Weber (1900 - 1953) performed as Namreh (Herman backwards).

Biography

He began performing professionally in 1921, specializing in The Chinese Rings and "Fun-Magic". Other names he performed under were "The Wizard Weber" and "Mr. Hocus Pocus".

Weber was a member of S.A.M. and I.B.M. and wrote articles for the Sphinx.[1]

He later toured the United States with a Spook Show from 1941 until 1943.

Bibliography

  • Namreh's Lincoln Rings (1932)
  • Adventures of Diamond Jack (1926)
  • Jack, An Escapade in Manchuria (1927)
  • Money from Magic (1935)
  • Out of the Spook Cabinet (1947)

References

  1. Who's Who in Magic, Sphinx, September, 1934