New York: Bard Graduate Center Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture, 2012. 4to (8 ¼ 10 ¼ in.) in cloth. As new. Item #4186
This book creates a complete history of the circus in New York City through high quality archival photography of ephemera, performances, and artifacts. Covering the first equestrian displays during the 1700s and moving to the iconic P. T. Barnum’s circuses during the 1900s the book defends the Big Apple Circus’ status as a significant American past time.