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Hello,

last year I finally managed to get a copy of Hilliard's 'Greater Magic' from 1938. The book is in a pretty mediocre shape but I'm glad to have it. What's more interesting are several address stamps in the book, where you can read:
Harry M. Levine
820 SO. HOLLYBROOK DR. APT. #304
PEMBROKE PINES FLÄ. 33025

It seems the previous ownwer was Harry M. Levine. I assume it is the Mr. Levine who invented the 'Hurricane Change'. There are several handwritten annotations of Mr. Levine in the book and a piece of paper with annotations to a magic square. As I found verry little information on the net about him (see here: https://geniimagazine.com/wiki/index.php......_Levine) I wanted to ask if someone (maybe some of the older guys ?)can tell me a little bit more about the life and work of Mr. Levine.

Greetings from Germany
Marcus
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