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I have been asked to portray a clown from the 1854 era. I live in Lawrence, Ks and we are celebrating our 150th anniverary. I’d like to make a costume that is as “period” correct as possible. I’ve found the name of Ameila Bennet (I think that’s the correct name) mentioned but can’t find a picture, drawing or even description of how she would have dressed. Anyone got any ideas?

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Alive in Brazil, my family father is nortamerican, arrived in south america in the 1800’s, and in Brazil the family Circus arrived in 1886. They were in the Uruguay and in the Argentina. In the Argentina the Circus from the family Carlo is very famous (hermanos carlo), the English clown Frank Brown was part of the troupe in 1884, http://usuarios.lycos.es/historia_teatro/argentina.htm. We don’t have information in the North America, the possibility from the change of name of the circus and the family when arrived in the south america, my relatives are few in Brazil, the history from the family is small, my father is teacher in the school of circus of the Brasil your name is Walter Carlo. http://www.funarte.gov.br/enc/equip_x.htm. I know that myself relatives spoke a lot about, Amelia, Jorge, and the name Lawrence, if can help me with more information I stayed thankfuled.

Gustavo Guilherme Carlo

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