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American Museum, Strand. American Jack, the Frog Man, 1888

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PressmarkEvan.2524
Heading or VenueAmerican Museum
PlaceLondon, Strand
TitleAmerican Museum, 8, Catherine Street, Strand, W.C. Manager - M. Pollock. Just arrived the frog man. He is human and not a monstrosity. He is a puzzle to the American medical fraternity, he sets at defiance the laws of nature; he is the world's marvel. Come all to see the frog man ... American Jack, the frog man. Among the other numerous attractions is a mermaid, captured by Captain Doyle in one of his expeditions in the Northern Lattitudes. There are also stereoscopic views of the United States; American monstrosities, galvanic batteries, spiromoter, &c., &c., which are on exhibition from 12 a.m. until 11 p.m. Admission sixpence, children under 12 half price. Opposite Pit of Gaiety Theatre.
Size19 x 13 cm.
Date[1888]
IllustrationsWith an illustration of the frog man.
NotesDated in MS.: Aug. 6th, 1888.
GenrePoster
SubjectUnited States; Panoramas; Mermaids; Abnormalities, Human
NamesDoyle, Captain
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