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    "I. W. Baird's Mammoth Minstrels Electric Quartette" Large Minstrel Show Poster, Circa 1880. 19.5" x 13" (sight Size), matted and framed 27" x 20.5" (overall). The poster, printed by the Great Western Printing, Engraving and Lithography Company of St. Louis, likely pictures the troupe's four principal singers, Billy McAllister, Harry Horton, Charles Howard, and Ned West. Baird's New Orleans style Mammoth Minstrels were very popular in the 1880s on the "burnt cork" circuit. Very fine. This lot requires 3rd party shipping.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2009
    17th-18th Tuesday-Wednesday
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