Thursday, June 28, 2018

LINK: Showbiz magic on the whistle-stop tour

Here's a nicely researched article by Bill Miller at the Mail Tribune about Houdini's "whistle-stop" lecture tour appearance at the Medford Armory on November 1, 1924.

Bill speculates that the Medford audience "would have preferred a few of his old tricks," which echoes this recent post. He also explains what happened to the Medford Armory building.

Click here or on the headline to have a read.

Thanks to Dorothy Dietrich and Dick Brookz for the heads up.


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