N.p. No stated publisher, n.d. [1880s-90s]. No stated edition. Unbound sheet. One newsprint broadsheet, folded once to make 4 pages. Good: chipped, wrinkled, tear to front page with a little loss (could be carefully mended). Item #31091
Large advertising flyer for Lee's "monster aggregation of living marvels. The most successful exhibition traveling of features that cannot be duplicated in America." Advertises educated horses, donkeys, and dogs; reed and cornet bands; "M'lle Elnora the great French slack wire artiste; the original and only Thorn great Egyptian juggler; Chas. Lovell the human snake; the ruling stars of the classic, arenic realm;" etc. etc. Adult admission was 25 cents. With a list of the cities the show had traveled to over the last two years: Philadelphia, Baltimore, Richmond, Chicago, Cincinnati, New Orleans, Charleston, Mobile, Atlanta, and Savannah, each for one to four weeks. Perhaps an early Lee courier, since he announces his new scheme of one-day shows in small and medium-sized towns, which he carried out in the 1890s. Very scarce. Shipping/handling will be extra; please keep this in mind when ordering.