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Side 1 contains a history of Carnival and descriptions of the Natchez floats surrounded by advertisements for local businesses; side 2 is a poster of color illustrations of each float.
Tears in creases of folds.
Side 1. History of the Carnival : little doubt that the origin of the festival dates from ante-Christian times : introduced in America in 1830 : Natchez celebrated in 1874 and it is now an annual event ; Carnival of 1900 -- Side 2. Rex ; Congress of Nations ; Turkey ; China, dedicated to Komic Krew of Kublai Khan ; The tropics ; England ; Spain ; Natchez, the wife of the Sun ; Egypt ; Roman court, dedicated to Cathedral Circle ; Russia ; The arctics ; The Enlightened Age ; Mercury, dedicated to the Prentiss Club ; Literature, dedicated to "The Standard Literary Club" ; The fairies.
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