National Geographic : 1931 Oct
THE COLOR CAMERA EXPLORES THE COUNTRY THAT MOVES BY NIGHT Natural Color Photograph by Richard H. Stewart OFFSTAGE, AS IN THE TENT, FELIX DELIGHTS CHILDREN He is telling them about his pet pig, Pork Chops, which follows him all around the hippodrome track and drinks from a bottle like a baby. IYNaULIIIa rugr apilllteutcley INaLural o.lulUI lluLuguIlpl uy V. UvC1L VIiu THE CIRCUS GLITTERS IN THE GRAND ENTRY PROCESSION These mounted Scotch drummers lead the march. From the costumes of women in the pageant sparkle nearly 100,000 rhinestones. The spectacle, lasting 10 minutes, represents an out lay of $50,000. All costumes are made in the winter shops at Sarasota, Florida.