La Gulde Declassified

Juli Kearns Art-Paintings, Hanford Declassified 1 Comment


La Gulde, Declassified
20 h by 15 inches w
Digital Painting
Based on a photo from the “Hanford Historical Photo Declassification Project”.
© copyright Jk

Lightbox enlargement

Read the introduction to the Remixing the Hanford Declassified Project paintings

The Bearded Lady and The Ape-Man, in the days before television reigned supreme, when quality fare walked abroad.

The digital painting is based on a photo from the Hanford Declassified archive titled “circus performers” which is from WWII.

There are a couple of other photos in the archive which may help identify the circus.

CIRCUS PERFORMERS
DDRS Record Details for Record Accession Number
“N1D0025220”
Accession Number N1D0025220
Document Number D-5908-NEG
Alternate Document Number D-5908-NEG
Title Description CIRCUS PERFORMERS
Number of Pages 1
Key Word(s)
Author(s)
Company(s)
Document Date 04-Dec-2001
Public Availability Date 14-Feb-2002

Rather than residents of Hanford entertaining their peers, the below photo of individuals in lion costumes leads me to believe this was a professional circus.

CIRCUS PERFORMERS
DDRS Record Details for Record Accession Number
“N1D0025221”
Accession Number N1D0025221
Document Number D-5909-NEG
Alternate Document Number D-5909-NEG
Title Description CIRCUS PERFORMERS
Number of Pages 1
Key Word(s)
Author(s)
Company(s)
Document Date 04-Dec-2001
Public Availability Date 14-Feb-2002

Perhaps, the above photos are of members of the London Circus.

SIGN - LONDON CIRCUS
DDRS Record Details for Record Accession Number
“N1D0005221”
Accession Number N1D0005221
Document Number D-7922-NEG
Alternate Document Number D-7922-NEG
Title Description SIGN – LONDON CIRCUS
Number of Pages 1
Key Word(s)
Author(s)
Company(s)
Document Date 04-Dec-2001
Public Availability Date 14-Feb-2002

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