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A pictorial history of burlesque (1956)

by Bernard Sobel

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Begins with Lydia Thompson's British Blonds. Explores Burlesque as a combination of minstrel shows, variety acts, extravaganza and erotic theater and dance from the 1860's to the 1940's involving both genders of performers
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For Dr. and Mrs. Morris Dinnerstein
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The history of American burlesque begins with a Greek classic and ends with a leg show.
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