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- Title : Larry O'Dell ; Sailor Jim White
- Artist: Harry H. Baumann (publisher)
- Accession: XB1998.30.5
- Collection: Library
- Subject: Pictorial worksGolden Gate International Exposition (1939-1940 : San Francisco, Calif.) | Exhibitions | Exhibitions , United States , California , San Francisco , 1930-1940 | Entertainment | Entertainment , 1930-1940 | Eccentrics and eccentricities , Pictorial works | Eccentrics and eccentricities , United States , California , San Francisco , Pictorial works | Curiosities and wonders , Pictorial works | Curiosities and wonders , United States , California , San Francisco , Pictorial works | Entertainers | Entertainers , 1930-1940
- URL: http://libimages.wolfsonian.org/XB1998.30.5.000.jpg
Description: Title from recto. | 1 postcard, untraveled, with color illustrated view of two "human oddities" from the Ripley's Believe-It-Or-Not pavilion, at the Golden Gate International Exposition. | "Official post card of Ripley's 'Believe-It-Or-Not' Odditorium, Golden Gate International Exposition of 1940, Treasure Island, San Francisco, California. Larry O'Dell: known as Count Fro-Zo, the rubber man who grows without pain. Sailor Jim White: strong man who takes a timber spike one foot long, with a resistance of one ton, and bends it double with his teeth."--verso. | English.