Saturday, August 30, 2014

How Kristen Connolly found her inner Bess


Yahoo TV has a terrific Q&A interview with Kristen Connolly who plays Bess in HISTORY's Houdini miniseries. When asked how she researched the role, Kristen gave a nice shout-out to our good friend Tom Interval and explained how he helped her unlock Bess:

Q. Did you jump into research on Bess Houdini when you signed on to the movie?

"I did. I'm really, really lucky, because what I started doing was just ordering these biographies, and they're like 600 pages long each. I was sort of slogging through slowly. But I have a dear friend, Michael Mitnick, who is a writer and a huge Houdini fan. He knows an incredible amount about the Houdinis. I've learned that there are a lot of people who are sort of obsessed with the Houdinis and know a lot about them.

Michael put me in touch with a man named Tom Interval, who is a magician based in California, and he is a Houdini expert. He put together this packet of information: all the most important things that you could find, extracted from all of these different sources. I can't even tell you how helpful it was. It was like 30 or 40 pages of material about Bess as a person: how she grew up, anecdotes that people told about her, her relationship with Harry, all kinds of things that were just unbelievably useful to me. I certainly could not have done all of that work in the time that I had without him."

Tom also taught her some magic, as she told Biography.com:

"I learned how to do something cool with cards. Tom Interval gave me all the information on that. He taught me one cool way to shuffle cards that looks fancy on film. I don't even know if it made it into the movie… Adrien really carried the bulk of the magic."

Kristen Connolly with Tom Interval and myself at The Magic Castle.

Kristen has also been extremely generous in mentioning me and our little home here in a few interviews, including a very good interview on Collider in which she states:

"One of the sources was John Cox, who has a blog called “Wild About Harry” that I hope people will go to and check out, after they see the movie. If anyone is interested in learning anything about Houdini, it’s a wealth of information that you won’t find in a book."

And in an Examiner interview she says:

"There's much less written about Bess than there is about Harry. But if you are so inclined, you can really dig and find it. I learned an enormous amount from [John]. He was able to tell me what was really substantiated, what was a bit controversial, what some people said but it's probably not true."

A very big thank you to Kristen for the kind words, and congrats to Tom for providing her with what sounded like the key to her Bess.

Houdini premieres Monday at 9/8c on HISTORY.

Friday, August 29, 2014

Watch 4 minutes of 'Houdini'

HISTORY has offered up a 4 minute "sneak peek" of their Houdini miniseries set to premiere this Monday at 9/8c. The preview shows the first major scene of the miniseries when Harry discovers his challenge handcuff act...in a brothel.



There has also been A LOT of press about this series, far more than I can keep up with, but here are a few notable links to interviews with the principle creative talents involved in making Houdini:

Houdini airs September 1 & 2 at 9/8c on HISTORY. It will be available as an HD download on all digital platforms September 3. An extended version will be released on DVD and Blu-ray October 7.

History's Labor Day Houdini weekend

In the run-up to Monday's premiere of HISTORY's Houdini miniseries starring Adrien Brody, the network will be repeating several past Houdini programs throughout this Labor Day weekend. On tap is the excellent Houdini documentary, Houdini: Unlocking the Mystery; the episode of Pawn Stars featuring Houdini Handcuffs; and the infamous "Houdini Murdered?" episode of Brad Meltzer's Decoded.


CLICK HERE for the full programing schedule for HISTORY and H2. You can also see all the showtimes for the Houdini miniseries at HISTORY's official Houdini page.

TWO MILLION

WILD ABOUT HARRY has now crossed over two million pageviews since we first went live on November 10, 2010. How fitting that we reached this milestone right on the eve of the Houdini miniseries.


Thanks to everyone for visiting and supporting this blog and for keeping Houdini's legacy alive and thriving online. Harry's world has never been so WILD!

Thursday, August 28, 2014

HISTORY's Houdini poster mock-ups

Here are four poster mock-ups created for HISTORY's upcoming Houdini miniseries. These are based on real Houdini posters and have been revamped with the faces of actors Adrien Brody and Kristen Connolly. Normally these kinds of things are only visible in the background, so I'm excited that A+E Networks is giving us a nice closeup look at them. Fun fun, I've placed them side by side with the originals.

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You'll want to keep your eyes peeled for more poster mock-ups when watching the miniseries on Monday, including Brodyized versions of Houdini's Amsterdam jail break, Europe's Eclipsing Sensation, and America's Sensation posters.

Houdini airs September 1 & 2 at 9/8c on HISTORY. It will be available as an HD download on all digital platforms September 3. An extended version will be released on DVD and Blu-ray October 7.

A very big thanks to Monica Gonzalez of A+E Networks who has been extremely helpful and generous in providing WILD ABOUT HARRY with all this great 'Houdini' promotional material.

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'A Spotlight For Harry' shines with new cover

A new paperback edition of Eric Kimmel's loose biography of Houdini's early life, A Spotlight For Harry, has been re-released with new cover art and four extra pages in the back about the real Harry Houdini. The book is aimed at readers aged 7-10 and includes nice illustrations by Jim Madsen.

Harry Weiss—later known as Harry Houdini—is enthralled when the circus comes to his Wisconsin town. He loves all the acts, but his favorites are the tightrope and the amazing trick where a man hangs from a rope by his teeth! Harry and his brother decide to try circus tricks in a nearby barn, and although Harry’s headstrong determination leads him into trouble, it also opens up a whole new world. In this evocative story, Eric A. Kimmel tells how Harry Weiss discovered his love for performing, many years before he became world famous.

A Spotlight For Harry was first released in 2009 in hardcover and paperback. You can purchase this new paperback edition from Amazon.com.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

'Personalities of the Past' DVD features Houdini

Alpha Video has released a new DVD called Personalities of the Past (Part 1). Notice which personality they put on their cover (he's also on the disc itself). Alpha knows the selling power of Houdini! Here's the description:

Legendary and iconic figures of the twentieth century, the famous and the infamous, come to life on film in this fascinating collection of short subjects. A few of the many highlights include a look at the life of Theodore Roosevelt, as he evolves from warrior to conservationist. Master of Magic Harry Houdini performs one of his daring escapes while suspended high above the Manhattan streets. Sergeant York, the greatest American hero of World War I, is interviewed in 1919. Famed evangelist Aimee Semple MacPherson, credited with curing thousands with her faith healing, discusses her impending marriage. Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan square off at the Scopes Monkey Trial in 1925. Ziegfield comedy queen Fanny Brice celebrates two decades in show business. Sherlock Holmes' creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle visits New York. After escaping 17 trials without a conviction, notorious mobster Jack "Legs" Diamond is gunned down by a rival gang in an Albany rooming house in 1930. Mahatma Gandhi struggles to free India from the yoke of Great Britain.

Personalities of the Past is a collection of narrated newsreel shorts probably from the 1930s. The Houdini clip, which is the second segment on the disc, is narrated by Roger Owens and shows Houdini doing a suspended straitjacket escape (but not in Manhattan as described). The footage we've seen before and the quality is awful, but Owens narration makes it unique and it's a nice product of its time. Also, the end includes the quick clip of Houdini demonstrating his thumb racket.


Personalities of the Past runs 1 hour and can be purchased at Oldies.com or Amazon.

LINK: Houdini, Sex & History

I really like this post by our friend David Saltman over at The Houdini File today, even though I admit I'm a fan of Bernard C. Meyer's Houdini: A Mind In Chains, and it doesn't appear to me that HISTORY's Houdini miniseries is really based on the Meyer book, despite what the credits read. (It's clearly adapted from a major biography, but I will save that for my review.)

Nevertheless, I like that David has uncovered some of the history behind Meyer's psychological conclusions and the connections he makes to Maurice Zolotow's fictional "Houdini" biography, The Great Balsamo. I've always been intrigued by Zolotow and his fixation on Houdini's personal life. He might have influenced Melville Shavelson's The Great Houdinis and it's "love triangle" between Harry, Mama and Bess. In fact, there's a whole weird Hollywood-Zolotow-Houdini thing that's been going on for years.

Anyway, check out David's post at The Houdini File.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The last look at Houdini on earth

I realize this week and next will be dominated by news of HISTORY's Houdini miniseries, but I feel like I need something real today, and this is as real as it gets. This image comes from a 1 second clip of film that shows Houdini's casket being lowered into the ground at Machpelah Cemetery on November 4, 1926. This is the last glimpse of Houdini on earth, and that's pretty wild. Also note that the casket does not have its covering of flowers. Does that look like a glass top? Maybe.


This comes from a collection of archival Houdini stock footage available at Historic Films that was recently discovered by our friend Perry from New Jersey. The collection includes footage at Houdini's graveside funeral service that I have not seen before. In fact, some of it will appear in HISTORY's Houdini miniseries (and there we are back on that).



Thank you Perry!

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Monday, August 25, 2014

Adrien Brody talks Houdini on TODAY

Here's an interview with actor Adrien Brody which aired on NBC's TODAY this morning.



Brody's Houdini airs September 1 & 2 at 9/8c on HISTORY.

Hollywood Reporter reviews 'Houdini'

The first review of HISTORY's Houdini miniseries has been posted by The Hollywood Reporter, and it's largely positive. The trade paper singles out "exuberant and bulked-up" Adrien Brody and director Uli Edel for praise:

"Edel's refreshingly dynamic direction and Brody’s buoyant performance allow Houdini's tricks to retain their wonder, even for the jaded modern viewer. That’s a magical feat indeed."


My current plan is to post my own extensive review on Wednesday, September 3 after the two parts of the miniseries have aired.

One week until HISTORY's Houdini

We only have one week left until HISTORY airs their two-part 4-hour Houdini miniseries starring Adrien Brody and Kristen Connolly. The network has been posting teaser images on their Facebook page, such as this one below.


The official Houdini page at the HISTORY website has also launched a "Houdini Six Seconds To Escape Sweepstakes" featuring mini clips of famous Houdini feats from Houdini's point of view. I expect these mini films are what were shot on July 1st in New Jersey (remember this?).

Houdini airs September 1 & 2 at 9/8c on HISTORY. It will be available on September 3 as an HD download on all digital platforms, including Amazon Instant Video, Netflix, and Apple TV.  An extended version will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on Oct. 7.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Party like it's 1899

Yesterday was not only the big Potter & Potter Houdini auction, but it was also the day of the Great Escapes Houdini House Parities. This promotion for the upcoming Houdini miniseries invited people to host their own Houdini viewing parties. The party pack included a DVD of Night One, a poster, coasters, a Houdini cocktail shaker, a red carpet, and other nifty Houdini tie-in swag.

Photo by lmp1983.

Visit the Great Escapes Houdini Premiere House Party page to see photos of the various parties around the country, and also read some first reactions to Night One.

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Houdini airs September 1 & 2 at 9/8c on HISTORY.

LINK: Houdini still draws a crowd

Great article in the Chicago Tribune about yesterday's big Potter & Potter auction. I think we may need to watch out for this young Harry Lowe. Kid sounds like a comer!


Click here or on the headline to read the full article at The Chicago Tribune (looks like it allows one read, but more than that requires a subscription).

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Potter & Potter's Houdiniana auction results

Potter & Potter's massive auction of Houdiniana has just concluded in Chicago, and it was every bit the mega event that it promised to be! Here's a quick rundown of a few choice items.

As expected, the Double Fold Death Defying Mystery box was the star of the show. The custom made chest beat its estimate of $20,000 - $25,000 to top out at $55,000 (before 23% buyers premium). I think that is a very good price for both the seller and buyer. And before anyone asks, I do not know if the buyer was David Copperfield, although I hope that it was. I think his International Museum and Library of the Conjuring Arts in Las Vegas would be the perfect home for this important Houdini artifact.

I'm thrilled to say the second highest selling item in the auction was the lost spiritualism scrapbook that WILD ABOUT HARRY had a major hand in helping uncover last year. The scrapbook blasted past its auction estimate of $15,000 - $20,000 and topped out at $36,000 (before premium). A very big congratulations to our friend Mike!

The Cologne Papers fell within their estimate and fetched a very respectable $26,000. Possibly what held it back from going even higher was the fact that the papers are mostly in German and the buyer will have to incur the expense of having these translated to discover what secrets they may hold. Let's hope that happens.

SOLD for $11,000.
Houdini's sweat-stained punishment suit took in $11,000. I think that number could have been higher if we knew those stains belonged to Houdini and Hardeen instead if Sidney Radner, who used the suit extensively in his own performances as Render the Escape Artist (he also memorably escaped from it in the 1971 BBC documentary The Truth About Houdini). And speaking of Sid and Hardeen, the lot of 64 letters of their correspondence sold for $7,500.

The Houdini/Morritt plans for the Black and White illusion conjured $10,000. The unfurnished manuscript to Houdini's last book Witchcraft came in at $15,000. Houdini's heavily corrected revised manuscript for A Magician Among the Spirits grabbed $16,000.

Bessie's tailcoat took $9,500 (estimate $7,000 – $9,000). An early Houdini bust grabbed $10,000. The 16mm film of Hardeen doing the overboard box escape in Atlantic City fetched $1,300. Even though this blew away the estimate of $300 - $400, I still feel like it's a deal considering this film has never been shown before. (Overall, it seemed the best deals were on Hardeen and Bessie items).

What might have been the biggest surprise of the auction was a single combination padlock with an terrific letter of provenance from Hardeen that took away $16,000 (estimates was $7000 - $9000). Another surprise was a photo of Houdini leaping from a ferry that was estimated at $800 - $1000, but made a splash with $4,200.

SOLD for $16,000.

Speaking of photos, the image of Houdini in Russia grabbed $1,400, and the candid pic from Bess's birthday party inside 278 fetched $4000.

SOLD for $8,500.
Posters came in mixed. A 1905 German Art Nouveau poster found a buyer at $8,500, falling within its estimate of $8000 - $12,000 (but I thought it might do better). Buried Alive, which might be the only Houdini item in existence that seems to be decreasing in value, grabbed $8000 (estimate was $8000 - $12,000). But a King of Cards poster did unusually well at $17,000. Like Buried Alive, King of Cards has had trouble breaking above $10,000, but not today. It could be because this was the exact poster that magician Tommy Windsor used to create the first popular King of Cards reproduction in the 1950s.

The only pass in the auction (that I witnessed) was the large Europe's Eclipsing Sensation advertising board. Ironically, this is the item that graced the cover of the auction catalog. It had a whopping $25,000 - $35,000 estimate with a $15,000 opening bid; even higher than the Double Fold box!

Overall, the auction was beautifully managed by Potter & Potter. Estimates were accurate and realistic, and many items met or beat their high end estimates. There were both breakouts and deals. (I'm kicking myself for flinching and not getting a terrific handwritten Bessie letter that went for only $250.)

Congrats to all the buyers and sellers and to Gabe Fajuri at Potter & Potter Auctions. This will go down as one to remember!


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Lost spiritualism scrapbook sells for $36,000!

The lost Houdini spiritualism scrapbook that WILD ABOUT HARRY had a role in uncovering last year has just sold for a whopping $36,000 (not including buyers premium). So far it is the second highest selling item in Potter and Potter's sale of Houdiniana happening right now in Chicago.

CLICK HERE to revisit the story of how our friend Mike, a Southern California antique dealer, discovered this amazing Houdini artifact and how I was the first Houdini nut to get a look at it.

As expected, the highest price (so far) went to Houdini's Double Fold Death Defying Mystery chest which came in at $55,000 (not including buyers premium).

I'll have more auction results later today.

Watch Houdini's Double Fold box sell at auction

The custom made box that Houdini used in his Double Fold Death Defying Mystery has just sold at Potter & Potter's auction of Houdiniana in Chicago. Watch the online bidding and the final price below:



I'll have more auction results later today.

Friday, August 22, 2014

Under the radar

Potter & Potter's massive auction of Houdiniana is just 15 hours away, and we've only scratched the surface in highlighting the many historic Houdini items in this amazing sale. Here's a last look at a few more notable lots that have flown somewhat under the radar:

Lot 66: Houdini’s holographic notes and sketches re Morritt
Houdini’s holographic notes and sketches regarding Morritt’s Black and White illusion. Together with Houdini’s notes on Morritt’s Spirit Table routine. Four 8vo pages, handwritten on the versos of membership blanks to The Magicians’ Club of London, of which Houdini served as president. Houdini details the construction and working of this large and clever illusion requiring a special arrangement of double glass and calico fabric, which were used in combination to conceal two assistants who are later produced from the cabinet. The third page shows what is perhaps the only detailed diagram of an illusion in Houdini’s hand to be made available for public sale. Hardeen would later write of the Black and White Illusion that it was “the most startling of small cabinet productions.” The fourth page, dated Sunday March 29, 1914, tersely describes Morritt’s spirit table routine, called here by Houdini, “A great big laughing hit.” Houdini describes the two gimmicks that make the trick work and also writes out directions for the routine: “Com[mittee] place[s] hands on table & slowly? Rises. Then makes er[r]atic jumps! This gets laughs.”
Estimate: $5,000 – $7,000
SOLD FOR $10,000

Patrick Culliton states: "Thanks to the notes Houdini took down (on Magician's Club stationary) as Morritt described "The Black and White" illusion, we finally know more about this lost masterpiece. The last anyone heard of this illusion, Hardeen had it up for sale in a 1945 Conjurers Magazine. Then he died. He'd performed it at least once on an SAM show. Houdini's notes, his handwriting, his drawing. A lost Morritt secret. This four page explanation with a Houdini drawing is Magic History gold."

Lot 53: Important archive of 64 letters from Theo Hardeen.
Important archive of 64 letters from Theo Hardeen to Sidney Radner. Spanning 1936 – 1945, and covering a wide range of topics, most importantly the various props, escape devices, handcuffs, locks, and Houdiniana Radner purchased from Hardeen. Hardeen explains the working of various articles, and also describes many of the escape devices and handcuffs sold to Radner over the course of their relationship. These included many of Houdini’s most famous escapes: The Water Torture Cell (in the correspondence, Hardeen refers to it repeatedly as the “U.S.D.” – short for “Upside Down,” as both he and Houdini called it), and the Mail Bag, as well as a handcuff cabinet, the Iron Man [Iron Maiden escape], and various pieces of Houdini memorabilia and photos, leg irons, keys, lockpicks, handcuffs. In one letter, Hardeen offers to sell Robert-Houdin’s trapeze automaton, Antonio Diavolo (referred to incorrectly as “Pyshio”).


Many of Hardeen’s notes are tantalizing: “…I am sending you a three sheet litho of the Chinese Water Torture Cell…” In one letter, Hardeen alludes to the fact that the “trap and irons” for Houdini’s famous illusion of Walking Through a Brick Wall will probably have to be thrown away, as that portion of the apparatus is simply too big and bulky to ship. In another he writes, “I saw Houdini’s Milk Can today and it is a beaut.” Several letters specifically list items Hardeen is selling to Radner, with asking prices (two punishment suits and two straitjackets for $25.00, for example). Others include Hardeen’s take on current affairs, including the biography of Houdini by Harold Kellock (“This book is full of lies, and I am writing a book with a lot of “quotes” and correcting them.”). Letters are written on a variety of Hardeen’s letterheads, most being 4to sheets, and most accompanied by original mailing covers, hand addressed by Hardeen to Radner. Length varies from short notes to three pages. Several holographic letters on hotel stationery, written en route, are part of the archive. In the first letter, dating to 1936, Hardeen addresses Radner quite formally. In the last letter in the archive, Elsie Hardeen writes to Radner as a close friend, just after her husband’s death, in a familiar and friendly tone. Most letters are signed with Hardeen’s nickname “Dash,” which was given to him by his mother, as is explained in one of the letters. A remarkable and significant archive, and essential to the understanding of Houdini, his brother, and the lasting fame of the Houdini name.
Estimate: $5,000 – $7,000
SOLD FOR $7,500

I would love to read and study these letters. I feel like the story of Sidney Radner and Hardeen is an untold and even misunderstood story of magic. I expect that story is all right here.

Lot 81: 16mm film of Hardeen’s overboard packing box escape.
16mm film of Hardeen’s overboard packing box escape. Short silent film of Hardeen escaping from a wooden crate after he has been nailed inside and the box has been sunken under water. Likely a later print. With a digital transfer of the original, on DVD. Originally in the collection of Dr. Morris N. Young.
Estimate: $300 – $400
SOLD FOR $1,300


Film of Hardeen doing the overboard box escape! How did we not know about this until now?

Lot 115: Houdini, Harry. Candid Photograph of Houdini and Bess
Candid Photograph of Houdini and Bess in Russia with Houdini’s notations. July, 1903. Houdini sits at a table with his wife and others in a garden, the American flag in the background. Holographic notes on the verso in his hand read, “Moscow Russia July 4 – 1903/Celebrating with American Consul in Russia.” Below Houdini’s writing is the penciled statement, “Property of B. Ernst.” 5 x 3 ½”. Old tear repaired with tape.
Estimate: $400 – $600
SOLD FOR $1,400


What I especially love about this photo is that Houdini talked about this July 4th celebration in his Dramatic Mirror column. Read: The Handcuff King's blog: Breaking into Russia.

Lot 171: Candid photo of Beatrice Houdini’s 35th birthday party
Candid photograph of Beatrice Houdini’s 35th Birthday Party. New York, 1910. Taken in the Houdini home at 278 W. 113th St., New York. Family and friends fill the image, including Mrs. C. Weiss, Mrs. Rahner (Bess’s mother), Houdini, Bess, Theo & Elsie Hardeen, and other members of the Weiss family. On the verso, in Theo Hardeen’s hand, each person is identified by name. Houdini has marked himself on and his wife with the letter “X” on the photo, and signed his name above his image. 7 x 5”. One corner damaged, wear and chips at margins.
Estimate: $1,000 – $1,500
SOLD FOR $4000


Harry, Bess, Mama, Hardeen, and a great look at the inside of 278... Magnificent!

And there is still so much more, but we are all out of time. You can view and bid on all the items in the Potter & Potter auction now at Live Auctioneers. The auction itself starts tomorrow at 8AM PT.

Happy bidding!

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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Houdini miniseries will reveal secrets

In an interview with Backstage.com, actor Adrian Brody revealed something distressing about HISTORY's upcoming Houdini miniseries. It will reveal secrets.

"There is an oath not to reveal certain tricks. And I had issues with this," Brody admits. "But the audience will gain an understanding of how some great illusions worked. You could probably find them online these days. I feel like it's an interesting facet of the storytelling, but I don't really like that certain things are revealed because he wouldn’t have wanted to reveal them."

To what extent will Houdini expose the great magician's feats? For that I guess we will need to wait until September 1st.

Houdini co-stars Kristen Connolly and Evan Jones. The 4-hour miniseries airs September 1 & 2 at 9/8c on HISTORY. An extended edition DVD will be released on October 7.

Houdini's final unfinished book at auction

Here's another incredible item from Potter & Potter's auction of Houdiniana set for this Saturday, August 23. This is the unfinished manuscript for a book called Witchcraft that Houdini was apparently working on at the time of his death. While I knew about The Cancer of Superstition, Houdini's collaboration with H.P. Lovecraft, this is the first I've ever heard of Witchcraft. Here's the auction description.

Lot 67: Houdini, Harry. Witchcraft. An unpublished manuscript by Houdini. [New York?], 1926. 
Detailed and important typescript with a profusion of holographic corrections and additions in Houdini’s hand throughout. The subject covered is, broadly stated, witchcraft. Houdini examines the entire subject, and gives a thumbnail sketch of its history, drawing and quoting heavily from published sources. More specifically, near the end of the manuscript Houdini writes in detail about the Witch of Endor, a medium in ancient times who was reportedly able to summon the spirit of Samuel at the command of King Saul of the Kingdom of Israel. In much the same way Houdini crusaded against spiritualists in his 1924 book A Magician Among the Spirits (several subjects from which appear in passing in these pages), so does this manuscript demonstrate his unwavering crusade against pillars of the spiritualist faith, which so often used Bible stories as support for its cause. A total of 62 numbered pages on 4to sheets, typed on rectos only, some significantly larger after cutting-and-pasting. The professional tone suggests a guiding editorial hand, while the hundreds of corrections in Houdini’s hand show his tendency toward misspellings and awkward phrases. Some corrections are in pencil or red pencil. 
A copy of an unsigned letter regarding Houdini’s work on the manuscript, dated July 16, 1926, is included, and shows that this was one of the last publishing projects he was working on before his death. Accompanied by a letter of provenance tracing the ownership of the manuscript. 
Estimate: $6,000 – $9,000
Starting Bid: $3,000
SOLD FOR $15,000

Wouldn't it be wonderful if the winner of this manuscript saw fit to have it published?

You can view and bid on all the items in the Potter & Potter auction now at Live Auctioneers. You can also purchase the auction catalog or download a free PDF from the Potter & Potter website.

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