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[Harry Houdini, King of Cards]

[Beatrice Houdini, bust portrait, facing right (ca. 1900) and Harry Houdini, bust portrait, facing left (ca. 1913)]

[Beatrice and Harry Houdini in their first year of married life]

[Beatrice Houdini, full-length portrait, facing front, leaning against pedestal, in 1894]

[Harry and Beatrice Houdini with the Welsh Brothers Circus]

[Beatrice and Harry Houdini, full-length portrait, seated, facing front]

Dempsey, Leonard, Comr. Daley, Billy Gibson, Jack Kearns & Houdini

Leonard - Com'r Daly - Dempsey - Billy Gibson - Jack Kearns - Houdini

Dempsey, Houdini, Leonard (boxing)

[Beatrice Houdini, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

Houdini

[Three full-length portraits of Harry Houdini and his brother Theodore Hardeen]

Special starring record engagement of the world's famous jail breaker, Houdini the only and original handcuff king.

[Harry Houdini, half-length portrait, facing front]

[Houdini performs at the New Theater]

[Houdini, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, in chains]

[The Weed Chain Tire Grip Company, New York City, challenges Mr. Harry Houdini]

[Harry Houdini performs the great milk can escape]

[Houdini and "The Unmasking of Robert-Houdin"]

[Houdini and the circus]

[Houdini visits Indianapolis]

[Houdini with Ira Davenport, full-length portrait, seated]

[Trophy presented to Houdini by the Aerial League of Australia]

[Three scenes of Harry Houdini as aviator; close-up in Voisin biplane cockpit (1910?); ascending in biplane; flying low]

[Harry Houdini, half-length portrait, facing front, with arms folded]

Houdini

[Houdini at the wheel]

[Harry Houdini, full-length portrait, standing, and Harry Kellar, seated]

[Harry Houdini and Chinese magician Ching Ling Foo, full-length portrait, standing, Brighton Beach, New York]

Houdini letterhead from 1912

[Houdini with the Roterbergs, full-length portrait, seated on stoop, facing front, Chicago, Illinois]

[Houdini removes his jacket]

[Harry and Beatrice Houdini in Nice, France, full-length portrait, standing, facing front]

Houdini letterhead from 1913

[Houdini and the water torture cell]

[Houdini versus products of the Weed Chain Tire Grip Company]

[The world-famous self-liberator Houdini will escape from the water torture cell, Cardiff, Wales]

Theodore Roosevelt and Houdini, S.S. Imperator

[Houdini and President Roosevelt, full-length portrait, both standing, aboard the Imperator]

[Houdini (center) and his brothers Leopold, Hardeen, Bill and Nat, full-length portrait]

[Houdini with child on pony]

[Crate containing Harry Houdini, being lowered from ship into water] / Dietz, N.Y.

[Houdini with Theodore Roosevelt and others aboard the H.A.L. "Imperator"]

Houdini, 1916

Houdini, 1916

Dayton Journal article, December 16, 1916 Houdini's involvement in formation of local assemblies of American magicians

Houdini, 1916

[Harry and Beatrice Houdini with Sarah Bernhardt, Boston]

[The Silver Anniversary dinner of Beatrice and Harry Houdini (1894-1919), Alexandria Hotel]

[Houdini is secured in a straitjacket]

Master mystifier, Houdini the greatest necromancer of the age - perhaps of all times--The literary digest.

[Houdini and the ghost of Abraham Lincoln]

[Houdini and man on cliff in scene from "The man from beyond"]

Houdini

[Houdini does an upside-down straitjacket escape, Washington, D.C.]

Invitation that links Man from beyond and Houdini escape act

Houdini

[Houdini, "the genius of escape," on the Orpheum Circuit]

[Houdini holding bonds, Boston, Massachusetts]

Springfield Union article, January 27, 1925 Houdini stirred by article may sue Sir Arthur

[Houdini exposes psychic fraud]

[Houdini, head-and-shoulder portrait, facing front]

Washington Post article, August 6, 1926 Houdini in sealed coffin under water 90 minutes

[Beatrice Houdini, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[Beatrice Houdini, full-length portrait, facing front, seated on desk]

[Beatrice Houdini and Theodore Hardeen visit Houdini's grave]

On the stage - in person, Hardeen, brother of Houdini handcuffs and jails will not hold him : the greatest mystery show of all times. Mentalist supreme, Princess Yvonne, the mystery girl.

[Portrait of unidentified woman, Wilmoth Houdini, Duke of Iron (Cecil Anderson), Lord Invader, Macbeth, Renaissance Ballroom, New York, N.Y., ca. July, 1947]

[Portrait of Macbeth, Count of Monte Cristo, Lord Invader, and Wilmoth Houdini, Renaissance Ballroom, New York, N.Y., ca. July, 1947]

[Portrait of Wilmoth Houdini, Renaissance Ballroom, New York, N.Y., ca. July, 1947]

[Portrait of Count of Monte Cristo, Macbeth, Duke of Iron, Wilmoth Houdini, Lord Invader, Renaissance Ballroom, New York, N.Y., ca. July, 1947]

[Portrait of Wilmoth Houdini, Renaissance Ballroom, New York, N.Y., ca. July, 1947]

Harry Houdini & Senator Capper (Senate District Com.), 2/26/26

Houdini, 1/20/26

[Harry Houdini, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, in chains]

[Harry Houdini, with his wife Beatrice and mother Cecilia Steiner Weiss, full-length portrait]

[Harry Houdini, full-length portrait, standing, facing front, in chains]

[Harry Houdini, full-length portrait, standing, facing right, in chains]

[Harry Houdini with his wife Beatrice and mother Cecilia Steiner Weiss, half-length portrait]

Harry Handcuff Houdini

[Harry and Beatrice Houdini, half-length portrait, seated]

Announcement of Orpheum Circuit Houdini lecture about mediums, April 27, 1923

Announcement of Orpheum Circuit Houdini lecture about mediums, April 27, 1923

Announcement of Orpheum Circuit Houdini lecture about mediums, April 27, 1923

Announcement of Orpheum Circuit Houdini lecture about mediums, April 27, 1923

Houdini in The master mystery a super-serial in fifteen episodes.

Houdini in The master mystery a super-serial in fifteen episodes.

Stone walls and chains do not make a prison --- for Houdini

Stone walls and chains do not make a prison --- for Houdini

Stone walls and chains do not make a prison --- for Houdini

[Houdini at gravesite alone and with his brother William Weiss, New York, New York]

[Houdini at gravesite alone and with his brother William Weiss, New York, New York]

[Houdini at gravesite alone and with his brother William Weiss, New York, New York]

Hardeen inherits his brother's secrets Houdini's will makes possible the continuance of Houdini's master mysteries.

Hardeen inherits his brother's secrets Houdini's will makes possible the continuance of Houdini's master mysteries.

Hardeen inherits his brother's secrets Houdini's will makes possible the continuance of Houdini's master mysteries.

Houdini appears at the Empire Theatre, every evening this week

Houdini appears at the Empire Theatre, every evening this week

Do spirits return? Houdini says no - and proves it 3 shows in one : magic, illusions, escapes, fraud mediums exposed.

Do spirits return? Houdini says no - and proves it 3 shows in one : magic, illusions, escapes, fraud mediums exposed.