CIRCUS! FROM ROME TO RINGLING (Signed by Karl Wallenda and More than Fifteen Additional Circus Stars from the Mid-20th Century)
by Murray, Marian
- near fine
- Near Fine/Very Good
Fulshear, Texas, United States
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- Whiting Books, IOBA (US)
- Bookseller's Inventory #
- CIRCUS! FROM ROME TO RINGLING (Signed by Karl Wallenda and More than Fifteen Additional Circus Stars from the Mid-20th Century)
- Murray, Marian
- Book Condition
- Used - Near Fine
- Jacket Condition
- Very Good
- First Edition
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- CIRCUS, ROME, RINGLING BROTHERS, BARNUM & BAILEY, HISTORY, AUTOGRAPHS, SIGNATURES, FLYING WALLENDAS, MALKOS, SEVEN ASHTONS, TONY STEELE, ROSE GOLD
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