1 page, oblong 4to, congratulating Julian on the birth of his son -- HOUDINI, BEATRICE, Wife. Autograph letter signed, New York, 18 November 1926, 1 page, folio, with envelope, both bearing "Houdini (On Tour), Forever" headings, declining an invitation from Julian -- HOUDINI, BEATRICE. Autograph letter signed, n.p., 31 January 1926, 1 page, folio, on black-edged stationery, expressing her overwheling grief at her husband's death -- Engraved invitation sent to Mr. & Mrs. Knox, New York, 13 October [1926], 1 page, 8vo, black-edged, an invitation to the unveiling of a monument to Houdini on the family plot in Machpelah Cemetery, Brooklyn -- and one other. Together 11 items. (11) " /> HOUDINI, HARRY, <I>magician, escape artist</I>. A group of six typed letters signed to Knox Julian, New York, 8 September 1922 - 11 January 1926. <I>Together 6 pages, oblong 4to, all on Houdini's residential stationery</I>. A series of notes to his close family friend Julian, including condolences on the death of Julian's mother, greetings during his honeymoon, and sending several "second sight" books so that Julian and his wife "could amaze their friends" -- Typed lettergram signed, Kansas City, 4 January 1924, <I>1 page, oblong 4to</I>, congratulating Julian on the birth of his son -- HOUDINI, BEATRICE, <I>Wife</I>. Autograph letter signed, New York, 18 November 1926, <I>1 page, folio, with envelope, both bearing "Houdini (On Tour), Forever" headings</I>, declining an invitation from Julian -- HOUDINI, BEATRICE. Autograph letter signed, n.p., 31 January 1926, <I>1 page, folio, on black-edged stationery</I>, expressing her overwheling grief at her husband's death -- Engraved invitation sent to Mr. & Mrs. Knox, New York, 13 October [1926], <I>1 page, 8vo, black-edged</I>, an invitation to the unveiling of a monument to Houdini on the family plot in Machpelah Cemetery, Brooklyn -- and one other. <I>Together 11 items</I>. (11) | Christie's