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Houdini letterhead from 1913

Houdini letterhead from 1913

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Summary

Mourning letterhead with black border and bust portrait of Harry Houdini; a note signed by Houdini identifies this as his 1913 letterhead, made in Stuttgart, Germany, after his mother's death.
Title devised by Library staff.
From the Oscar Teale Houdini scrapbook held by the Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress, page [35].
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress website.
Record converted from American Memory pseudomarc; td12 completed
Note by JJH, 9/96: According to Joan Higbee, this piece of letterhead should have a black border. If black border does not appear on image, we should re-scan it.

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01/01/1913
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germany
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