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0115747
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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0115749
SIOUX NATIVE AMERICAN, c1900.
Joe Black Fox, a Sioux Native American from Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. Photographed by Gertrude Käsebier, c1900.
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0115013
MARY GARDEN (1874-1967).
Scottish-American operatic soprano. Photographed with a group of Native Americans from Glacier National Park, Montana, early 20th century.
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0114396
CREEK INTERPRETER, c1838.
Paddy-carr, a Creek Native American interpreter. Lithograph, American, c1838.
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0132360
LAPPAWINSOE.
Or Lappawinte, chief of the Lenape-Delaware. Lithograph c1837 after a painting by G. Hesselius c1735.
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0132996
TIBET: PROTEST.
Tibetan exiles in New Delhi, India protest for the freedom of Tibet from China, 2008.
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0103548
HUAXTEC WOMAN, c1300-1600.
Ceramic figure of a Huaxtec woman from Tanquian, San Luís Potosí, Mexico, 1300-1600. Height: 32 cm.
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0102854
ABERT: NATIVE AMERICAN PORTRAITS.
Portraits of various Native Americans, by James W. Abert, 1845.
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0025888
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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0172550
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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0141644
FERNAND RAYNAUD.
Fernand Raynaud with clowns during tvprogram november 19, 1970. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
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0158617
RAYMOND DEVOS.
french humorist Raymond Devos dressed as a clown during orphans charity show april 29, 1966. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights rese
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0172662
MOHAVE & MARICOPA MEN.
Men of the Mohave (standing) and Maricopa tribes. Photographed in Pasadena, California, 1876, by Elias A. Bonine. The face paint on the Mohave man is thought to have been applied to the negative by the photographer.
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0113846
HOPI SNAKE DANCE, 1926.
Hopi snake dance performed at the U.S. Capitol, 15 May 1926.
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0172874
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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0171762
CONEY ISLAND: FUN HOUSE.
Dr. Leo Wollman has his kilt blown up as Freddie the tramp clown delivers a burst of compressed air from the jets beneath the floor of the Insanitarium, the fun house at Steeplechase Park, at Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. Photograph, 22 June 1960.
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0164303
MAURICE BÉJART (1927-2007).
Choreographer Lausanne Switzerland 1966. Photographed by Horst Tappe.
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0113712
ABORIGINAL AUSTRALIANS.
A camp of Aboriginal people at North Queensland, Australia. Stereograph, c1921.
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0108388
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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0114400
CREEK CHIEF, c1843.
Ledagie, a Creek Native American chief. Lithograph, American, c1843.
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0172877
ALASKA: POTLATCH DANCERS.
Tlingit dancers in costume at a potlatch ceremony in Klukwan, Alaska. Photographed by Eric A. Hegg, 14 October 1898.
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0002138
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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0058845
CIRCUS CLOWN.
Photograph.
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0124530
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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0300251
ILLUSTRATIONS & POSTERS.
Posters, Italy, 20th century. Advertisment for Cirio food preserve, illustration by Leonetto Cappiello (1875-1942), 1923. Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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LITERATURE & THE ARTS.
Clown, 1901, lithograph. Italy, 20th century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0092290
NEW GUINEAN MAN.
Portrait of a man from New Guinea, mid-20th century.
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0091792
CIRCUS: CLOWN, c1965.
Michael Polakovs (1923-2009) as Coco the Clown, wearing the traditional 'auguste' makeup of his role, while a member of the Ringling Brothers Circus. Photographed c1965.
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0091794
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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0091796
SILENT FILM STILL: CLOWN.
Still from the silent film 'The Whirl of Life,' 1915.
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0248052
SAMBU VALLEY, PANAMA.
A Choco Indian man wears face paint and silver bracelets. Henry Pittier.
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0251976
ECUADOR.
An Ecuadorian man with face paint holds a spear; a girl is behind him. H. E. Anthony.
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0001210
CATLIN: MAN OF GOOD SENSE.
Man Of Good Sense, of the Kansas. Oil on canvas, 1832, by George Catlin.
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0118291
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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0092291
NEW GUINEAN MAN.
Portrait of a man from New Guinea, mid-20th century.
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0034111
LAPOWINSA.
Lenape Native American chief. Painting, 1735, by Gustavus Hesselius.
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0106641
TLINGIT NATIVE AMERICAN, c1906.
Kaw-Claa, a Tlingit Native American woman, in full potlatch dancing costume. Photograph, c1906.
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0114273
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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0103541
MEXICO: TOTONAC WARRIOR.
Totonac warrior with mouth and eyebrows outlined in tar, reclining on a chair or throne. Ceramic, from El Faisán, Veracruz, Mexico, 200-500 A.D. Height: 30 cm.
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