How to Put on an Amateur Circus
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112 p. + 8 p. of Denison book advertisements. Written for "playground and club directors, managers of Junior Chautauquas, chairman of school entertainments, society folk who wish to produce a pleasing burlesque affair," etc., by authors who claim to have put on 300 such events. The photos and drawings are amusing and worth the price of the book even if you don't raise a tent and call out the clowns. Illustrated board covers, soiled and bumped; interior very good except for fingerprints on some pages. Bookseller Inventory # 205FH
Title: How to Put on an Amateur Circus
Publisher: Chicago, IL: T.S. Denison and Co.
Publication Date: 1923
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
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