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The "peanut" Hagenbeck and his "senatorial courtesy" animal show / C.J. Taylor.

The "peanut" Hagenbeck and his "senatorial courtesy" animal show / C.J. Taylor.

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Print shows David B. Hill as the animal trainer Carl "Hagenbeck" performing a circus act with trained animals labeled "Murphy, Pugh, Chandler, Peffer, Morgan, Coke, Higgins, Stewart, Teller, Cullom, [and] Hoar". "Hill" is standing at center with a bag of "Peanut Politics" at his feet, he is holding a whip in his right hand and a string in his left, which is attached to a ring in the nose of "Murphy" as a dancing bear. "Pugh" as a monkey sits on the floor, the other animals are standing on short pedestals arranged around the rear of the cage.
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Illus. from Puck, v. 34, no. 883, (1894 February 7), centerfold.
Copyright 1894 by Keppler & Schwarzmann.





Taylor, Charles Jay, 1855-1929, artist


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