Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine (Vols. 1-2) by Harry Houdini

(c. 1906,1991) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Details: Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine was a magic periodical by Harry Houdini that only ran for one year from September 1906 until August 1907 as a competitor to the Sphinx.

The magazine touted Houdini’s importance to the world of magic, gossiped about magicians he did not like and offered criticism of his imitators. The series, “Unknown Facts concerning Robert-Houdin” and “Robert-Houdin’s Place in the History of Magic”, ran for twelve issues which later became a book, The Unmasking of Robert-Houdin. Houdini also wrote under the pseudonym “N. Osey”, as the European Correspondent which he had previously been doing for Mahatma.

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 1 – September, 1906 – 32 pages
  2. Salutatory
  3. Unknown Facts Concerning Robert Houdin – Harry Houdini
  4. American Magician Balked [re: Arthur E. Kramer]
  5. Notes From Theo. Hardeen, Our Official European Correspondent [English Notes]
    • On Board the Kronprinz Wilhelm – August 2, 1906
  6. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey [German Notes]
  7. Death’s Roll Call
    • Max Rossner
  8. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise – Harry Handcuff Houdini
    • Old and New Magic – Henry Ridgely Evans
  9. photograph – Max Rossner
  10. Our Mail Bag
    • Day’s Agency
    • A. F. Hill
  11. Jottings and Jumblings
  12. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini
  13. Tricks with Handcuffs

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 2 – October, 1906 – 32 pages
  2. Editorial
  3. Unknown Facts Concerning Robert Houdin – Harry Houdini – continued
    • Herr Alexander
    • Visit to Münster
    • Interviewing Herr Alexander
    • Alexander’s Early Exploits
    • Alexander Writes a Book
    • Alexander in New York
    • Barnum Visits Alexander
    • “The Spirit Bell”
    • Alexander a Bookworm
    • Alexander Welcomed by Royalty
    • Second Visit to Alexander
  4. Facsimile of Posters Used by Houdin
  5. Facsimile of Copper Engraving of 1379
  6. Notes From Theo. Hardeen, Our Official European Correspondent [English Notes]
  7. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey [German News]
    • Russian Rumblings – Mons. T. Bolin
  8. Reproduction of Poster used by Houdin
  9. Extraordinary Spirit Slate Writing
  10. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise – Harry Handcuff Houdini
    • The Right Bosco Wronged by Hilliar
  11. Our Mail Bag
    • Francis J. Werner [re: John Macallister, deceased]
    • John M. Heckey
  12. Answers to Various Questions
  13. Harpings from [Joseph] Hayman – London, England
  14. Theosophist Campaign
  15. Ex Emperor’s Favorite and Stage Beauty in Court
  16. Death of French Aeronaut
  17. Judge and Actor’s Apartments
  18. Russian Czar’s Medium
  19. Lafayette Denies Alienation
  20. The Fays Lose
  21. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued
  22. Hocus Pocus Junior
  23. Poster used by William Henry Palmer aka “Robert Heller”

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 3 – November, 1906 – 40 pages
  2. Editorial
  3. Unknown Facts Concerning Robert Houdin – Harry Houdini continued
  4. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued
  5. Notes From Theo. Hardeen, Our Official European Correspondent [English Notes]
  6. Maskelyne Materializes a £1,000 Ghost
  7. We Hereby Introduce to Our Readers Herr Ottokar Fischer [Austrian Notes]
  8. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise – Harry Handcuff Houdini
    • Khaldah’s Second Sight
    • Rubbish
  9. Answers to Various Questions
  10. Jottings and Jumblings
  11. Social Session of the S. A. M.
  12. Our Mail Bag
    • T. Francis Fritz
    • F. C. Higgins
  13. Harping from [Joseph] Hayman
  14. New Notes About Robert Nickle
  15. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 4 – December, 1906 – 40 pages
  2. Editorial
  3. Unknown Facts Concerning Robert Houdin – Harry Houdini – continued
  4. Notes From Theo. Hardeen, Our Official European Correspondent [English Notes]
    • Merry Christmas to All
  5. Combination “Card in Egg” Trick
  6. Our Mail Bag
    • J. H. Moore
    • Montague R. Fitzwilliam
    • G. Dana Taylor
    • Prof. Otto Hornmann
    • Edwin Joyce
    • Oswald Williams
    • J. H. Becker
    • L. Roux-Roberty
  7. Harpings from [Joseph] Hayman
  8. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • The “Wizard” Wanders – And is Inconsistant [sic]
    • Barnum & Bailey’s Annual Route Book
    • A Fraudulent Book [re: New Necromancy and Hindoo Feats Explained]
  9. Jottings and Jumblings
  10. Indignantly Resent Would-be Exposer [re: Prof. Maurice Joyce]
  11. Answers to Various Questions
  12. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued
  13. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey
  14. Robert Heller (William Henry Palmer)
  15. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 5 – January, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. Editorial
  3. Unknown Facts Concerning Robert Houdin – Harry Houdini – continued
  4. Notes From Theo. Hardeen, Our Official European Correspondent [English Notes]
  5. Some Old Tricks for New Beginners – Frederick Melville
    • Easy Method of Finding a Chosen Card
  6. Our Mail Bag
    • Howard Thurston
  7. Harpings from [Joseph] Hayman – London, England
  8. The Most Valuable and Rarest Photograph of John Henry Anderson Extant
  9. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • W. t. Stead Fooled Again
    • Magicians Like Poets are Born and Not Made
  10. Jottings and Jumblings
  11. Mrs. Leona A. Anderson [photograph]
  12. Answers to Various Questions
  13. A New Billiard Ball Manipulation – W. F. Alder
  14. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued
  15. Harry Houdini Finds the Forgotten Grave of Robert Heller
  16. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued
    • A Fake or Spoof Manacle

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 6 – February, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. Editorial
  3. Unknown Facts Concerning Robert Houdin – Harry Houdini – continued
  4. Notes From Theo. Hardeen, Our Official European Correspondent [English Notes]
  5. Some Old Tricks for New Beginners
    • The Magnetic Hat
  6. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • Houdini Contra Robert Houdin
    • Programmes of Magicians – J. F. Burrows & H. J. Holland
    • Would This Interest You?
  7. Our Mail Bag
    • Wilfred C. Zelka
  8. Harpings from [Joseph] Hayman – London, England
  9. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey
  10. Jottings and Jumblings
  11. Serious Accidents to Houdini Imitators
  12. Answers to Various Questions
  13. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued
  14. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 7 – March, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. editors
  3. Robert Houdin’s Proper Place in the History of Magic – formerly : Unknown Facts Concerning Robert Houdin – Harry Houdini – continued
  4. Berlin Notes From Our Special European Correspondent Theo Hardeen
  5. Happenings from [Joseph] Hayman – London, England
  6. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  7. Some Old Tricks for New Beginners
    • The Balancing Magic Wand
  8. A New Wrinkle to Catch a “Wise ‘Un” – Edward C. Conklin
  9. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • More Light Needed
    • Protection for Magicians
    • Spirit Photos Again
  10. Death of Harry N. Stork
  11. Boston Bits – Frederick Roche
  12. Our Mail Bag
    • A. Windecker
    • Ernest Thorn
    • W. E. Floyd
    • Welsh Miller
    • Chas. Oswald Williams
  13. Answers to Various Questions
  14. Jottings and Jumblings
  15. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued
  16. A Spiritualistic Seance – Monti
  17. Barter and Exchange
  18. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 8 – April, 1907 – 36 pages
  2. editorial
  3. Robert Houdin’s Proper Place in the History of Magic – Harry Houdini – continued
  4. Timely Topics from Our Special European Correspondent Theo. Hardeen
  5. Happenings from [Joseph] Hayman – London, England
  6. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  7. Death Visits England & America
    • Harry Stork
    • Charles Bertram
  8. Light on the Subject of Jail Breaking as Done by My Imitators – Harry Houdini
  9. Our Mail Bag
    • W. D. Leroy
    • T. C. Ardock
    • R. H. Gysel
    • Harvey Emmett
  10. Jottings & Jumblings
  11. Boston Bits – Frederick Roche
  12. Your Questions Answered Here
  13. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • Selbit’s The Magic Art
    • Medrington’s Brochures
  14. Howard Thurston’s Pastime in India
  15. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued
  16. Some Old Tricks for New Beginners – Frederick Melville
    • Balancing a Borrowed Cigar on a Borrowed Hat
  17. Barter and Exchange
  18. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 9 – May, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. Robert Houdin’s Proper Place in the History of Magic – Harry Houdini – continued
  4. Cablegram from London – Hardeen
  5. Timely Topics from Our Special European Correspondent Theo. Hardeen
  6. Happenings from [Joseph] Hayman
  7. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey
  8. Dealers in Magic – Past and Present – photographs
  9. Our Mail Bag
    • R. Serma
    • T. P. C. Sewell
    • G. Dana Taylor
    • Wilfred C. Zelka
  10. Jottings & Jumblings
  11. Chicago Notes – W. L. Hicks
  12. Boston Bits From Various Sources
  13. Your Questions Answered Here
  14. Barter and Exchange
  15. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • The Secret of the Packing Case
  16. Magicians and their Friends Feast – Third Annual Dinner of the Society of American Magicians
  17. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 10 – June, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. Robert Houdin’s Proper Place in the History of Magic – Harry Houdini – continued
  4. Timely Topics from Our Special European Correspondent Theo. Hardeen
  5. Happenings from [Joseph] Hayman from England
  6. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  7. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • Suspend Judgement, Mons. Raynaly
    • “All Spirits Are Bad” Says Dr. Raupert
  8. Jottings & Jumblings
  9. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  10. Your Questions Answered Here
  11. Barter and Exchange
  12. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued
  13. Tricks for Beginners
    • Simple Method of Exchanging a Marked Coin
  14. America at last for Robinson [Chung Ling Soo]

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 11 – July, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. Robert Houdin’s Proper Place in the History of Magic – Harry Houdini – continued
  4. Timely Topics from Our Special European Correspondent Theo. Hardeen
  5. Happenings from [Joseph] Hayman from England
  6. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • A Clever Conjurer’s Tale
    • Something in the New York Sun “Not So”
  7. Our Mail Bag
    • Harry Kellar
    • Zamloch
    • Julian Wylie
    • Wilfred C. Zelka
    • Robert Kudars
  8. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  9. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey
  10. Tricks for Beginners
    • The Magnetic Pencil
  11. Jottings & Jumblings
  12. Chicago Notes – W. L. Hicks
  13. Your Questions Answered Here
  14. Barter and Exchange
  15. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 1, Number 12 – August, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. Robert Houdin’s Proper Place in the History of Magic – Harry Houdini – continued
  4. London Notes – Theo Hardeen
  5. Happenings from [Joseph] Hayman from England
  6. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey
  7. Tricks for Beginners
    • Spirit Table Lifting
  8. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
  9. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued
  10. Our Mail Bag
    • Fred Sinclair
    • “Monti”
  11. Australian Atoms – Carl Howarde
  12. To Produce a Lighted Candle from Your Pocket
  13. Jottings & Jumblings
  14. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  15. Your Questions Answered Here
  16. Barter and Exchange
  17. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued
  • Publisher: Kaufman and Greenberg
  • Pages: 787
  • Location: Washington DC, USA
  • Dimensions: 9″x11″
  • Date: 1906, 1991
  • Binding: hardbound
  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 1 – September, 1907 – 48 pages
  2. editorial
  3. Robert Houdin’s Proper Place in the History of Magic – Harry Houdini – has had the rights purchased to be published as a book
  4. History Makers in the World of Magic – Harry Houdini
    • Ludwig Leopold Döbler
  5. London Notes – Theo. Hardeen
  6. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  7. Harry Day
  8. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • More Novel Notions – Robertson Keene
  9. photographs of magicians [8 pages]
  10. Spirits and Ghosts
  11. Our Mail Bag
    • Alexander Heimburger
    • J. P. C. Saell
    • C. De Vere
  12. Hamley’s Palace of Magic
  13. Tricks for Beginners
    • A Parlor Rope Trick
  14. Jottings & Jumblings
  15. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  16. Your Questions Answered Here
  17. Barter and Exchange
  18. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 2 – October, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. History Makers in the World of Magic – Harry Houdini
    • The Davenport Brothers
  4. London Notes – Wilfred C. Zelka
    • From Other Sources
  5. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  6. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey
  7. Our Mail Bag
    • C. W. Kinney
    • Socrates
  8. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued
  9. Your Questions Answered Here
  10. Jottings & Jumblings
  11. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  12. Barter and Exchange
  13. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
  14. Tricks for Beginners
    • Spirit Slate Writing Extraordinary
  15. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 3 – November, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. History Makers in the World of Magic – Harry Houdini
    • The Four Basch Brothers
  4. London Notes – Wilfred C. Zelka
    • From Other Sources
  5. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  6. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey
  7. Our Mail Bag
    • John Watkins Holden
    • Alexander Whiters
    • Zartolo
    • R. Serma
  8. Lifting a Human Being with the Power from the Eyes – A Rare Trick of the Cingalese Effect
  9. Your Questions Answered Here
  10. Jottings & Jumblings
    • Brindamour “Handcuff King” Meets His Waterloo Again
  11. Boston Bits From Various Sources – Frederick Roche
  12. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  13. Barter and Exchange
  14. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • The Medium Game
  15. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 4 – December, 1907 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. History Makers in the World of Magic – Harry Houdini
    • The Inventor of Black Art – Ben-Ali-Bey (Max Auzinger)
  4. London Notes – Wilfred C. Zelka
  5. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  6. Australian Notes – Joseph Hayman
  7. Our Mail Bag
    • Olivette
    • Louis C. Haley
  8. Your Questions Answered Here
  9. Jottings & Jumblings
  10. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  11. Barter and Exchange
  12. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued
  13. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • Mediumship
  14. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued
  15. Tricks for Beginners
    • The Hindoo Boiling and Disappearing Water Trick
  16. To Illusionists: Re Vanish of Man & Box in Mid Air

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 5 – January, 1908 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. History Makers in the World of Magic – Harry Houdini
    • Wiljalba Frikell
  4. London Notes – Wilfred C. Zelka
  5. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey
  6. Australian Notes – Joseph Hayman
  7. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • Erratum
  8. Your Questions Answered Here
  9. Jottings & Jumblings
  10. Boston Bits From Various Sources – Frederick Roche
  11. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  12. Barter and Exchange
  13. Our Mail Bag
    • A Modern Genius in Magic – by M. M. Wood
    • Walter G. Harris
    • I. Garfield Milnes
  14. How Signor A. Blitz Would Make Church Bells Ring
  15. Handcuff Secrets Exposed – Harry Houdini – continued
    • The Strait-Jacket Release

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 6 – February, 1908 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. History Makers in the World of Magic – Harry Houdini
    • Wiljalba Frikell – continued
  4. London Notes – Wilfred C. Zelka
    • From Other Sources
  5. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  6. Australian Notes – Joseph Hayman
  7. An Interesting Correspondence – to Dr. A. M. Wilson from W. L. Hicks
  8. Our Mail Bag
    • J. N. Maskelyne
    • E. J. Burt
    • T. Percy C. Sewell
  9. The Strait-Jacket Release – Harry Houdini – continued
  10. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • The Unmasking of Robert-Houdin
    • The House of the Sphinx
    • The Romance of Jail Breaking
  11. Your Questions Answered Here
  12. Jottings & Jumblings
  13. Cincinnati Notes – Frank W. Lindsley
    • Richard Bly’s Get-Away
  14. Pacific Coast Notes – Robert Madison
  15. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  16. Barter and Exchange

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 7 – March, 1908 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. History Makers in the World of Magic – Harry Houdini
    • Johann N. Hofzinser
  4. Parlor Trick Competition
    • A Unique Card Trick – James P. Skelley
    • The Thumb Palm – Frank J. Klem
    • A Mystifying card Trick – Prof. Duff
  5. The Three Trunk Trick
  6. The Spelling Bee Card Trick
  7. Our Mail Bag
    • Hornmann
    • Alexander Haas
    • The Zancigs
  8. Your Questions Answered Here
  9. Jottings & Jumblings
    • Will Goldston Fails to Fulfill His Claims to Build Any Illusion
  10. Boston Bits From Various Sources – Frederick Roche
  11. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  12. Barter and Exchange
  13. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • The Art of Modern Juggling
    • Aids to Wizardry
    • Miracles of the Hindoo Fakirs Explained
  14. Cypher-Writing or the art of Cryptography – Harry Houdini

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 8 – April, 1908 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. History Makers in the World of Magic – Harry Houdini
    • Johann N. Hofzinser – continued
    • George Heubeck
  4. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  5. Notes from New Zealand – Robert Kudara
  6. London Notes – Wilfred C. Zelka
  7. The Vanishing Piano Player – invented in M. M. Wood
  8. Our Mail Bag
    • George E. Closson
    • Carl Willmann
    • T. Nelson Downs
  9. Parlor Trick Competition
    • The Cigarette-Paper Trick – Frank Lohmer
    • Naming a Selected Article – Ardie Wiechers
    • A Mind Reading Effect
  10. Wrinkles for Wonder Workers – Will Edwards
    • Escape from an Iron Box Using Borrowed Locks
  11. Your Questions Answered Here
  12. Barter and Exchange
  13. Jottings & Jumblings
  14. Notes from Cincinnati – Frank Lindsley
  15. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  16. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
    • Modern Magical Marvels
    • W. D. Leroy’s New Monster Catalogue
    • Behind the Scenes with Mediums
  17. Obituary
    • John W. Whiston
    • Mme. Legris
    • Mrs. Paul Cinquevalli
  18. Cypher-Writing or the art of Cryptography – Harry Houdini – continued

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 9 – May, 1908 – 36 pages
  2. editorial
  3. Obituary
    • Marco, the Magician
  4. Portraits of John Henry Anderson and his Immediate Family
  5. London Notes – Wilfred C. Zelka
  6. Happenings from [Joseph] Hayman from England
  7. Viennese Notes by Herr Ottokar Fischer
  8. Notes from Our Special European Correspondent – Herr. N. Osey
  9. A Demand for Fair Play
  10. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued
  11. Parlor Trick Competition
    • The Smoke Trick – James Morfitt
    • The Card Through the Handkerchief – G. S. Ripley
    • An Old Trick Redressed – N. W. James
  12. A Two Dollar Book For One Dollar – Houdini Pockets the Loss
  13. Wrinkles for Wonder Workers – Will Edwards
    • Escape from Spike Lined Cabinet
  14. Our Mail Bag
    • O. T. Gylleck
    • Max Auzinger (Ben Ali Bey)
    • Raymeen Stone
  15. Cypher-Writing or the art of Cryptography – Harry Houdini – continued
  16. Your Questions Answered Here
  17. Barter and Exchange
  18. Jottings & Jumblings
  19. Boston Bits From Various Sources – Frederick Roche
  20. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  21. Does the United States Secret Service Sanction Such Schemes?

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 10 – June, 1908 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
  3. Portraits of John Henry Anderson and his Immediate Family – continued
  4. A Photograph of a Rare Wood Cut – Eighteenth Century
  5. Happenings from [Joseph] Hayman from England
  6. London Notes – Wilfred C. Zelka
  7. Our Mail Bag
    • Oscar S. Teale
    • Raymeen Stone
    • Edwin Fay Rice
    • Wilfred C. Zelka
  8. Parlor Trick Competition
    • The Spirit Paper – Ralph L. Arnheim
    • The Conjurer’s Castle – presented by Pinnetti in 1784
  9. Wrinkles for Wonder Workers – Will Edwards
    • The Cross Release
  10. How to Amputate the Head, Arms or Legs – Thomas W. Tobin
  11. The Japanese Butterfly Trick
  12. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued
  13. Signor Joseph Deodato, The Italian Conjurer
  14. The Fourth Annual Dinner of the S. A. M.
  15. Your Questions Answered Here
  16. Barter and Exchange
  17. Jottings & Jumblings
  18. Boston Bits From Various Sources – Frederick Roche
  19. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 11 – July, 1908 – 32 pages
  2. editorial [re: Harry Kellar]
  3. Washington Irving Bishop: A Master Mind Reader – Harry Houdini
  4. Our Mail Bag
    • An Apology and Its Acceptance – H. F. C. Suhr & Harry Houdini
    • Peter N. Graef
    • J. N. Maskelyne
  5. An Appeal to Our Readers
  6. Happenings from [Joseph] Hayman from England
  7. Wrinkles for Wonder Workers – Will Edwards
    • A Packing Case Escape
  8. Parlor Trick Competition
    • Passing a Half Dollar Through a Glass of Water and Table – W. J. Penny
  9. Hocus Pocus Junior – continued
  10. Magicians Obtain No Benefit From Patenting Their Illusions – Alleno
  11. Any Card Called for Instantly Produced from Your Pocket – Clinton Burgess
  12. How to Balance a Coin on its Edge on the Edge of a Sword
  13. To Hold a Hot Tea Kettle on the Bare Hand – Olivette
  14. Your Questions Answered Here
  15. Barter and Exchange
  16. Jottings & Jumblings
  17. Boston Bits From Various Sources – Frederick Roche
  18. Breezes from the Windy City – W. L. Hicks
  19. How to Disappear a Cage and a Person Placed Therein – Joseph Buatier

  1. Conjurers’ Monthly Magazine – Volume 2, Number 12 – August, 1908 – 32 pages
  2. editorial
    • Gentle Reader
    • Parlor Trick Competition Awards
    • Erratum
  3. sketch – Edward P. Hingston
  4. Washington Irving Bishop: A Master Mind Reader – Harry Houdini – continued
  5. How to Produce a Three Headed Woman – John F. Blake
  6. The Mysterious Paper Rings – S. Wilson Bailey
  7. Wrinkles for Wonder Workers – Will Edwards
    • Silent Second Act
  8. An Expose of Some Spiritualistic Manifestations
  9. The Hall of Fame in the World of Mystery – Harry Houdini
  10. photographs – Past Masters of Note
  11. Wonder of Wonders! – Monsieur Bouvelard, The King’s Conjurer
  12. Reading and Rubbish – Reviewing Books and Tricks from the Press Wise, and Otherwise
  13. Our Mail Bag
    • Carl Willmann
    • T. Meadows
    • Manley Bros., Ltd.
  14. Helpful Hints For Young Magicians Under Eighty
  15. Your Questions Answered Here
  16. photograph of Program of Lane, the great Bartholomew Fair conjurer
  17. Barter and Exchange
  18. Jottings & Jumblings

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