The Art of Upside Down Writing

Harry Kahne dazzled crowds gathered about the Broadway Theater as he hung by his heels suspended from the theater's roof on November 1, 1930. They watched with astonishment as Mr. Kahne wrote upside the latest news in legible cursive script on the large Ledger blackboard several feet above ground. Mr. Kahne was in town for Fanchon & Marco's "Rhythm-a-tic" revue. He was known as "the man with the multiple brain" for his unusual talents.

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