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He joined her husband's show around 1899, taking the place of [[Adelaide Herrmann]]. She spoke broken English  and  wore gorgeous gowns on  stage.  She assisted her husband with performing in most of his illusions including "Mystere", "Mysterious Parisian Boudoir", "Transperanza",  and "Enchanted Roses".
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She joined her husband's show around 1899, taking the place of [[Adelaide Herrmann]]. She spoke broken English  and  wore gorgeous gowns on  stage.  She assisted her husband with performing in most of his illusions including "Mystere", "Mysterious Parisian Boudoir", "Transperanza",  and "Enchanted Roses".
  
  

Revision as of 21:58, 14 November 2012

Marie Herrmann (?-?), the wife of Leon Herrmann (1867-1909), was known as the "Queen of Illusions" for her numerous illusions that she performed in connection with her husband.

Marie Herrmann

Cover of Sphinx (December 1907)
Born?
Paris, France
Died?

She joined her husband's show around 1899, taking the place of Adelaide Herrmann. She spoke broken English and wore gorgeous gowns on stage. She assisted her husband with performing in most of his illusions including "Mystere", "Mysterious Parisian Boudoir", "Transperanza", and "Enchanted Roses".


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