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Unknown by matt buckland, via Flickr

Unknown by matt buckland, via Flickr

Tom Osborne, magician | In 1917 and 1918 he had two television programs "Magic Made Easy" and "Black Magic" in Philadelphia, possibly becoming the first magician to appear on TV in that area. Max Holden  called him "one of the greatest showmen in magic". Tom contributed many articles and Hocus Pocus Parades to the Linking Ring Magazine. Today, Tom is known for his version of the Three-To-One Rope, invented by Carlyle (Lyle Laughlin) and for a now vintage booklet on Cups and Balls.

Tom Osborne, magician | In 1917 and 1918 he had two television programs "Magic Made Easy" and "Black Magic" in Philadelphia, possibly becoming the first magician to appear on TV in that area. Max Holden called him "one of the greatest showmen in magic". Tom contributed many articles and Hocus Pocus Parades to the Linking Ring Magazine. Today, Tom is known for his version of the Three-To-One Rope, invented by Carlyle (Lyle Laughlin) and for a now vintage booklet on Cups and Balls.

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We love this old magic poster of Harry Blackstone Sr.

c. 1892

vintage magician poster, c. 1892 Magician pulling roses out of top hat surrounded by supernatural beings.

Paul Fox

Six studio photographs of magician Paul Fox.

Harry Blackstone, Jr. (June 30, 1934 – May 14, 1997) was an American stage magician, author, and television performer. Son of noted stage magician Harry Bouton Blackstone, Sr.

(June 1934 – May was an American stage magician, author, and television performer. Son of noted stage magician Harry Bouton Blackstone, Sr.

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