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Brunel White

Brunel White

(Britain: c1892 - 21st October 1944)

Stage name of Thomas C. Morgan. Pro dealer in Llandilo, South Wales, in 1920s, and thence in London. Invented "Master Hat" (1919, for silk production). Wrote Original Mysteries for Magicians (1919, 82pp) and Modern Master Mysteries (1923, 107pp). Wrote (as "B.W.") weekly magic page for World's Fair 1935-40. Imprisoned in 1940 for violation of wartime censorship law.

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Brunel White
Original Mysteries for Magicians by Brunel White

Excerpt from the introduction:

Every effect is practical, for each one has been "tried out," and works.

"Now the question arises, who will be the legitimate successor to Prof. Hoffmann? I will venture to predict that it will be another Briton, Brunel White, whose first plunge into the literary end of the business, "Original Mysteries For Magicians," in my humble opinion, with the single exception of "Modern Magic," the best book I have yet seen, and there are hundreds of Magicians who will agree with me." - Maurice Bliss

  • Introduction
  • The Appearing And Disappearing Knot On Handkerchief ...
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