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Pigeons, lithograph, published in 1893 Featured Black Dove Print

Pigeons, lithograph, published in 1893

Pigeons: 1) Black German Nun (Altdeutscher Mohrenkopf); 2 - 3) Nuremberg swallow (NAOErnberger Schwalbentaube); 4) German Shield Owl, red (Deutsches SchildmA?vchen, rot); 5) Antwerp carrier pigeon (Antwerpener Brieftaube); 6) Old German tail owl (FarbenschwA?nziges deutsches MA?wchen); 7) Fantail pigeon (WeiA?schwA?nzige Pfauentaube); 8) Ice pigeon (Eistaube); 9) Danish Tumbler (DA?nischer TAOEmmler); 10) Dutch Cropper (HollA?ndischer ElsterkrA?pfer); 11) Long-beaked tumbler (Langschnabel-TAOEmmler); 12) Archangel pigeon (Gimpeltaube); 13) Fantail pigeon (WeiA?bindige Pfauentaube); 14) Konigsberg Moorhead (KA?nigsberger Mohrenkopf-TAOEmmler); 15) Poeranian pouter, white (Pommerscher KrA?pfer, weiA?); 16) Jacobin Pigeon, or Capuchine pigeon (GemA?nchte PerAOEckentaube); 17) Florentine pigeon (Florentiner Taube); 18) Monk pigeon (MA?nchtaube); 19) Bokhara Trumpeter (Bucharische Trommeltaube); 20) Brunner Pouter (BrAOEnner KrA?pfer). Lithograph, published in 1893

The Dove dance, Americas latest role. The fan dance, having palled on Americas jaded audiences Featured Black Dove Print

The Dove dance, Americas latest role. The fan dance, having palled on Americas jaded audiences

The Dove dance, America's latest role.
The fan dance, having palled on America's jaded audiences, Rosita Royce has devised a startling new act, where pigeons take the place of the usual fans or balloons.
In the dance a combination of a strip tease and fan dance Rosita has trained her pigeons to perform flight manoeuvres and two light on her body at should strategic moments as she describes.
Photo shows, Rosita Royce, in filmy gown and wing like cape, performs the graceful opening movements of the dance with pigeons perched on a outstretched arms. The birds on either hand flap their wings in time with her movements.
3 November 1937 dance / dancing / party season / celebration / happy vintage news archive

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The 'Lion' of a party. God shield us! A lion among ladies is a most dreadful Featured Black Dove Print

The "Lion" of a party. God shield us! A lion among ladies is a most dreadful

The "Lion" of a party. God shield us! A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing - Shakespeare, 1844. A subtle Italian, no less a man than the Count Pecchio, has called London "the grave of great reputations." In simple, prosaic phrase, this our glorious metropolis is a vast cemetery for "Lions !" They are whelped every season, and, frail and evanescent as buttercups, they every season die; that is, they do not die body and bones, but have a most fatal cutaneous and depilatory disorder - a mortality that goes skin-deep, and little more - a disease that strips them of their hide, and tail, and mane; yea, that makes the very "lions" that but a few months since shook whole coteries with the thunder of their voices, roar as "gently as any sucking- doves"'. From "Pictorial Times", 1844

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