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1902 Where the Circus Starts From Illustrated Article

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Original illustrated magazine article that has been carefully removed from a 1902 issue of Woman's Home Companion. Talks about the circus and the people who join the circus, many of whom have their start in vaudeville.

Illustrations include:

- Watering the elephants
- Practicing high tumbling
- the circus kitchen
- Following the clown
- Training a bear
- Getting ready for the first performance at Madison Square Garden
- Practicing ground tumbling
- The trick elephant
-Riding bareback

Title: Where the Circus Starts From

Author: Eugene Wood

Length (includes front & back): Approximately 2½ pages

Approximate Page Size (each page, in inches): 11 x 16

Condition: Good

This is an article only . . . not the entire magazine

Price: $15.99

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