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ISNI: 
0000 0000 2899 1732
Name: 
Anderson, J. H.
Anderson, John Henry
Anderson (Professor)
Great Wizard of the North
John Henry Anderson (Brits tovenaar (1814-1874))
John Henry Anderson (illusionista britannico)
John Henry Anderson (schottischer Zauberkünstler, Erfinder und Autor)
John Henry Anderson (Scottish magician)
Андерсон, Джон Генри
جان هنری اندرسون
Dates: 
1814-1874
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Concert Hall (Philadelphia, Pa. ; Chesnut Street)
Glenn, S. W.
Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress)
McManus-Young Collection (Library of Congress)
Pinetti, Giuseppe (1750-1800)
Polkinhorn's Steam Printing Office
Theater Playbills and Programs Collection (Library of Congress)
Washington Theatre (Washington, D.C. : 19th century)
Titles: 
Conjuror's repository
Conundrums : sent in to compete for the valuable service of silver, consisting of a silver tea kettle, silver tea pot, cream ewer, water and sugar bowls, five pieces, value, four hundred dollars, presented by Professor Anderson, the Great Wizard of the North, for the best original one adjudged by a disinterested jury of thirteen, selected from and by the audience, on his great Conundrum Night given at the Metropolitan Hall, on Friday evening, February 6th, 1852.
Culminating success. Increasingly crowded houses. Second week of Professor Anderson! Last 4 nights of magic!
Fashionable science of parlour magic
Great Wizard of the North's hand book of natural magic
Last 2 nights. To-day, Wednesday, the last day performance
One shilling's worth of magic, with the biography of a wandering wizard
Parlour entertainment
Positively last night of Anderson
Rob Roy
Shilling's worth of magic, or, Tricks to be learnt in a train
Spirit rapping exposed
Theater playbill for Professor Anderson in his Night in Wonder World, Concert Hall, Philadelphia, October 17, 1860.
Theater playbill for Professor Anderson, "Rob Roy" and "The Persecuted Dutchman" at the Washington Theater, December 8, 1860.
Tricks and deceptions with cards, for home performance
Twenty-five cents' worth of magic and mystery, or, Parlor magic for the amateur conjurer : being the basic elements on which is founded Prof. Anderson's great cyclogeotic entertainment, A night in wonder world, the one entertainment which has made the circuit of the globe : with an addendum on the magic of spirit rapping
Washington Theater. This day, Saturday, Dec. 1, 2 grand performances
Washington Theater To-night, Friday, Nov. 30, 1860 benefit of Miss Anderson
Washington Theater transformed into a Psychomantheum, To-night, Wednesday, Nov. 28, '60 and every evening
Whole art and mystery of magic displayed
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BOWKER