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Circus and allied arts a world bibliography, 1500-1959, based mainlyon circus literature in the British Museum, the Library of Congress, the Bibliothèque Nationale and on his own collection by Raymond Toole-Stott

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Published by Harpur & Sons in Derby .
Written in English


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Statementby R. Toole-Stott.
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  Book and periodical holdings in the Circus and Allied Arts Collection have been cataloged and will appear in the Milner Online Catalog. The other holdings of the collection (circus posters, photographs, route books, correspondence, etc.) are not cataloged. Browse the A Passion for Circus Digital : Maureen Brunsdale. This collection’s book holdings of over 8, volumes make it among the most comprehensive and in-depth circus and allied arts book collection anywhere. In addition to books, the Circus and Allied Arts Collection includes photographs, posters, programs, route books, correspondence, business records, band scores, costumes, and multimedia. Circus & Allied Arts Collection Milner Library’s Circus and Allied Arts Collection is one of the largest special collections of its type in existence. While the primary focus of the collection is upon the circus, related arts such as carnivals, sideshows, carousels, conjuring, music . Circus and Allied Arts A World Bibliography Volume IV (4) [R. Toole-Stott, A. H. Saxon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. ABOUT THESE BOOKS -- This comprehensive and illustrated bibliography was begun by Toole-Stott in and completed in Four Volumes. It is based mainly on Circus Literature in the British Museum.

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