Published February 1, 1935. One of the most respected magicians of the 20th century, Richard Pitchford—better known as 'Cardini'—began practicing card tricks while holed up in the trenches as a soldier in World War I. His innovative act, spotlighting his talent at sleight of hand, quickly drew a following in North America and Europe. Lusha Nelson captured the master at work, in full magician's getup, in this image, which appeared in the February 1935 Vanity Fair. Artist by Lusha Nelson
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