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IRON WHITE MAN, c1900.
Iron White Man, a Sioux Native American performer in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Photographed by Gertrude Käsebier, c1900.
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CIRCUS: RINGLING BROS.
John Ringling North, owner of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, congratulating Rick Shapiro, the winner of a clown contest, in 1966.
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CIRCUS: CLOWN, c1920.
Clown Joe Jackson, Sr. (né Joseph Francis Jiranek, 1873-1942) with the bicycle used in his act. Photographed c1920.
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CATLIN: LITTLE WOLF, c1844.
Little Wolf, a famous warrior of the Iowa tribe. Oil on canvas by George Catlin, c1844.
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CELEBRATION.
Germany, Munich: Playboy Party 'Hare-Hunt' in the Hotel 'Bayerischer Hof', men gazing at the dance floor, 1987.
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TIBET: PROTEST.
Protest by Tibetan people living exhile for the freedom of Tibet from China. A monk with the Tibetan flag painted on his face. Photograph, 2008.
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CIRCUS CLOWN.
Photograph.
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TLINGIT NATIVE AMERICAN, c1906.
Kaw-Claa, a Tlingit Native American woman, in full potlatch dancing costume. Photograph, c1906.
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CHEYENNE WOMAN, 1830s.
She Who Bathes Her Knees, a Christian convert of the Cheyenne tribe. Oil on canvas by George Catlin, 1830s.
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WASCO MAN, 1903.
Wasco man photographed at The Dalles, Oregon, by D.D. Wilder, 1903.
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ACHILLE ZAVATTA.
Clown Achille Zavatta back at Medrano circus december 8, 1961. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
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FILM: BATMAN, 1989.
Jack Nicholson as The Joker in 'Batman,' directed by Tim Burton, 1989.
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ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIANS.
A camp of Aboriginal people at North Queensland, Australia. Stereograph, c1921.
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MUSICAL: CABARET.
The master of ceremonies in a German production of the 1966 American musical 'Cabaret' by Kander and Ebb.
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PERFORMERS: CLOWNS, c1920.
Theatrical clowns. Photographed c1920.
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SILENT FILM STILL: CLOWN.
A harlequin clown. Still from the motion picture '4 Devils,' directed by F.W. Murnau, 1928.
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MAURICE BÉJART (1927-2007).
Choreographer Lausanne Switzerland 1966. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
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POTLATCH CEREMONY, 1894.
Members of the secret Hamatsa Society at a Kwakiutl potlatch ceremony, at Fort Rupert, British Columbia, Canada, during the winter ceremonial season, known as Tsetseka. The men at top are wearing neck- and head-rings made of cedar bark. Photographed by O.C. Hastings, late 1894.
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CHEROKEE CHIEF, c1762.
Cherokee chief and outacite (warrior), one of the Cherokee men who visited London with Henry Timberlake, 1762. Wood engraving, c1841.
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BLINKO THE CLOWN.
Ernie 'Blinko' Burch. American circus clown.
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0003776
AMAZON: NATIVE INDIANS, 1816-31.
Native Brazilians of the upper Amazon basin performing a dance. Lithograph from Jean Baptiste Debret's 'Voyage pittoresque au Brasil,' 1816-31.
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NEW GUINEAN MAN.
Portrait of a man from New Guinea, mid-20th century.
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LAPOWINSA.
Lenape Native American chief. Lithograph, c1836, after a painting, c1735, attributed to Gustavus Hesselius.
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MIGRANT CAMP PARTY, 1938.
A group of musicians in blackface playing music at a Halloween party at a migrant worker camp in Shafter, California. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, November 1938.
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BODMER: YOUNG MANDAN.
Mandeh-Pahchu, a young Mandan Native American man, holding a peace pipe. Aquatint engraving, c1844, after a drawing, c1833, by Karl Bodmer.
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HISTORY.
Indigenous person of Easter Island, engraving from Voyage around the world during the years aboard the frigate Venus, 1836-1839, by Abel Aubert du Dupetit-Thouars (1793-1864). Polynesia, 19th century. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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FINE ART.
Harlequin, Commedia dell'arte character, illustration from the Illustrated book of Venetian costumes, by Jan Grevenbroeck (1731-1807), watercolour. Italy, 18th century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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CATLIN: MAN OF GOOD SENSE.
Man Of Good Sense, of the Kansas. Oil on canvas, 1832, by George Catlin.
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INDIA: BRAHMIN PRIEST.
A Brahmin priest painting his forehead with the red and white marks of his sect and caste. Photograph, early 20th century.
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BLOOD HEAD CHIEF, 1832.
Stu-mick-o-sucks, Buffalo Bull's Back Fat, Blood Head Chief. Oil on canvas, 1832, by George Catlin.
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HOPI SNAKE DANCER, c1900.
A Hopi snake dancer. Photograph by Edward Curtis, c1900.
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ECUADOR.
Man holds a spear with dog beside him; others are in background. H. E. Anthony.
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NEW GUINEA, MELANESIA, PACIFIC ISLANDS.
New Guinea chiefs wear traditional head ornaments, jewelry and aprons. J. P. Thomson.
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MEXICO: TEOTIHUACÁN MASK.
Clay mask with face paint, feather headdress and ear ornaments, from Teotihuacán, Mexico, 1 B.C. - 900 A.D. Height: 19 cm.
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APACHE CEREMONY, c1905.
Group of Apache men wearing feathered headbands and body paint during a feast march ceremony. Photograph by Edward S. Curtis, c1905.
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CREEK CHIEF, c1843.
Ledagie, a Creek Native American chief. Lithograph, American, c1843.
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RAIN-IN-THE-FACE (c1835-1905).
Native American Lakota Sioux chief. Photograph, c1880.
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HUPA DANCE, 1897.
Two Hupa chiefs carrying sacred obsidian knives in front of a group with deer effigies at the start of the White Deerskin Dance ceremony, near the village of Weitchpec in northwestern California. Photographed by A.W. Ericson, 1897.
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HUPA DANCER, c1923.
A Hupa Native American of California, dressed in a white deerskin ceremonial dance costume. Photograph by Edward Curtis, c1923.
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JOSEPH GRIMALDI (1779-1837).
English comic actor, pantomimist and clown. Steel engraving, English, 1822.
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