A & P Carnival
1933 Chicago World's Fair
Century of Progress
Mid Century Linen Postcard in Excellent, Unused Condition. This post card was published by Arena Photo Post Card Co., of Chicago.
Back of Card:
The A & P Carnival
The Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company has created an area at the World's Fair for pleasure, without admission charge. There is a big open air marine park, with an amphitheater seating several thousand, surrounding a revolving stage where daily programs are given. Tony Sarg's famous marionettes, Harry Horlick and his Gypsy orrchestra and Gypsy dancing, are features. With George Rector presiding as master of ceremonies it is a real carnival.
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