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GloPAD Ausweisnummer 1003773
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Titel des digitalen Objektes Mr. and Mrs. General Tom Thumb's Wedding Party cabinet card
Teil von einem Serie von 2 Objekte Fairy Wedding
Bestandteil assoziierte darstellende Kunst Sideshow
Bestandteil Costume
Datum der Bestandteilsaktivität [Unknown] Unknown
Repräsentierte Sprache des Bestandteils [Englisch] English
Assoziierte Personen des Bestandteils Bump, Minnie Warren , Demorest, Mme. (Costumer) , Eugenie, Empress (Audience) , Victoria, Queen (Audience) , Bump, Lavinia Warren , Thumb, General Tom , Nutt, Commodore , Barnum, P. T. (Impresario)
Schaffungsdatum des Objektes [1863] 1863
Zerstörungsdatum des Objektes [Unknown] Unknown
Größe des Objektes 0 x 0 x pixels
Farben / Muster des Objektes Amber and white taffeta decorated with the emblems of various countries.
Stoff des Objektes Taffeta, silk, tulle, pearls,
Anmerkungen des Bestandteils This is the back of a cabinet card that depicts the wedding party of celebrated midgets Mr. and Mrs. General Tom Thumb (see #1003770), who were sideshow performers at P.T. Barnum's American Museum. The back of this card bears a lengthy description of the reception dress worn by Mrs. General Tom Thumb after her wedding, which took place on February 10, 1863 and was known as “The Fairy Wedding.” P.T. Barnum bought the dress as a present for Mrs. Thumb, with the intention that she would also wear it during her presentation to royalty during a trip to Europe following the wedding.
Bezug des Bestandteils P. T. Barnum; America’s Greatest Showman, an Illustrated Biography.
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Format des Quellenobjektes Cabinet card
Aufbewahrungsort des Quellenobjektes San Francisco Performing Arts Library & Museum
Ausweisnummer von dem Aufbewahrungsort Sfp0051a
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Anerkennung Courtesy of [Collection name], San Francisco Performing Arts Library & Museum.
Bestellungsinformationen Contact San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum, reference@sfpalm.org.

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