The Midget Magician
|The Midget Magician|
Issue No. 1
|First issue||January, 1951|
|Final issue||September, 1960|
The Midget Magician was a Magic Periodical published by Wilf Huggins with help from Bert Pratt that was only 2 1/2 inches by 4 inches and could be carried in a vest pocket. Pratt and Huggins used the joint pseudonym "Albert Wind".
The magazine was published quarterly with the first issue dated January, 1951.
There were 12 issues to a volume, and the magazine came out fairly regularly through the first three volumes. The last issue and 38th was "March to September, 1960". A regular annual feature of the Midget was the supplements that were part of the file, typically photographs and indexes.