A group of ephemera relating to Mrs. General Tom Thumb, the Countess Magri.

Middleboro, Mass for several pieces: Most 1915.

1 vols. v.s. 5 pieces. Some light wear and soiling, generally very good. Item #25736

Mrs. General Tom Thumb married Count Magri in 1885. The group includes an advertisement in the shape of a small palette with a chromolithograph showing “Genl Tom Thumb and his Charming Wife as They Appeared before the Crowned heads of Europe” with advertisements on the verso for the New York show at the Academy of Music; a Printed Invitation to the Dedicatory Exercises of the Richard Warren Boulder…In commemoration of her 74th Birthday;” A printed explanation for the invitation from F. W. Homan identifying Mrs. General Tom Thumb and noting that she will “unveiling a boulder which is to be a landmark and an event in history of massachusetts, a boulder in honor of Richard Warren's ancestors (sic), of which she is one of the eighth generation;” the printed program for the Ceremony for the Boulder; and a Programme for “The Only Original mrs. General Tom Thumb and her Company of Liliputians” at Earl's Court.

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