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Linking Ring (May 1945)
BornHarry Rosenblum
?, 1903
DiedAugust 13, 1953 (age 49)
New York City, New York
Resting placeMontefiore Cemetery, Springfield Gardens, Queens, New York

Roz-On (1903-1953), the stage name of Harry Rosenblum , frequently performed at orphanages and hospitals in the New York City area.


Rosenblum's interest in magic began when he was eleven years old but did not begin performing until much older.

The entire family performed, wife Rhea and two children. The youngsters would do the same tricks as the grownups but on a smaller scale.

Rosenblum did many shows for orphanages in and around New York and performed in veterans' hospitals all over the country.[1]

He served as I.B.M.]'s New York State Representative, was a charter member and President of New York City IBM Ring 26; a charter member of IBM Ring 124; a member of SAM Parent Assembly No. 1 and the Magician's Guild of America.

Rosenblum died of cancer at the Presbyterian Hospital in New York City.[2]

I.B.M. Ring 26 was named the "Harry Roz-On Ring" in his honor.[3]


  1. MAGIC'S BUSIEST MAN by STUART ROBSON, Linking Ring, May 1945
  2. Broken Wand, Linking Ring, Sep 1953