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Hungarian Necromancer

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"Bellag and Aouda" was one of many magic vaudeville acts performing in America in the 1990's to early 1900's.

This poster by Donaldson Lithography dates circa 1895. Advertising the "Hungarian Necromancers", the poster shows Bellag and Aouda in elaborate costumes, performing as part of Billy Lester's Show (a vaudeville revue).

Little is known about this act, except that the act was owned by the noted vaudeville manager Eugene Wellington, who died in 1910.

 

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