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Tattooed Lady photographed for National Geographic, 1931 (via)
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Tattooed Lady photographed for National Geographic, 1931 (via)

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THE GLAMOROUS CIRCUS LIFE 1920-1930 BIG <3 CARNIVAL DREAMS <3 I’LL ALWAYS BE A CARNIVAL GIRL AT HEART.

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Amazing Vintage Photos of a Traveling Circus

Appearing in the October 1931 issue of National Geographic, “The Land of Sawdust and Spangles—A World in Miniature” explores the whimsical world of the traveling circus. The circus, Francis Beverly Kelley writes, is “a complete world in miniature, exhibiting its geographical wonders within the confines of a vacant lot, loading itself upon its own railroad caravan, and building a new home in a new town every day.” Chronicling this “nomadic melting pot,” Kelley gives readers a vivid look into the life of circus performers, both human and animal. Click on each picture to read its descriptions. (via National Geographic)

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Luigi Pirandello, Diana e la Tuda, 1926
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Luigi Pirandello, Diana e la Tuda, 1926

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Charlie makes a good point.

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