A circus lion, covered by soapy lather, is bathed in a free-standing bathtub inside a cage.
Photographs relating to circus and rodeo performances, ca. 1875-1940. Included are images of costumed performers, behind-the-scenes work, circus tents, animals, crowds, publicity photographs, and images of performances.
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