The Great Circus Parade
by Herbert Clement & Dominique Dando
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ISBN Number: 0836801598
Format:
Paperback
Number of Pages:
112
Publication Date:
1989
Publisher:
Gareth Stevens Pub

The Great Circus Parade is a photographic celebration of circus pageantry featuring magnificent historic wagons, shows, live animals and their trainers — at the famous Great Circus Parade in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It includes 200 colour plates by award-winning photographer, Tom Nebbia, text by two leading circus experts, Herbert Clement and Dominique Jando, and an introduction by Ben Barkin, producer of the Great Circus Parade.

Herbert Clement is a zoo director, member of the New York Academy of Sciences, and the author of two books, Zoo Man and The Circus — Bigger and Better Than Ever? Current works in progress are The Capybara Book and a pictorial history, The Central Park Menagerie. Dominique Jando is Director of the New York School for Circus Arts, and Associate Director of the Big Apple Circus, New York. He has been in the circus and theatre profession for over 20 years; and he is the author of two books on the circus, Histoire Mondiale du Cirque, Histoire Mondiale du Music Hall, and co-author of Clowns et Farceurs. Tom Nebbia has worked for the National Geographic since 1952. His coverage of African game parks, Egypt, Greece, and more recently China and the minorities of China, has won him numerous awards. As well as in National Geographic, his work has appeared in Stern, Der Spiegel and Paris-Match. Tom Nebbia has just completed, the first book on miniature horses. He currently lives in North Carolina.

Condition: Very good but cover is somewhat creased at the corners. (Please note that the photograph above is a stock photo and not the book we are selling. Please email if you would like a scan of the book we have in stock).
 

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