Frieda Pushnik Snapshot, In Front of Ripley's Odditorium, 1937
Frieda is held in the arms of a man who's stands next to workers from The Great Lakes Exposition's Ripley's Believe-It-Or-Not Odditorium. The worker next to Frieda appears to wear an Odditorium uniform, complete with Ripley's hat. Frieda performed in this show, as she had for Ripley in most of his World's Fair shows beginning in 1932. Above their heads the Ripley's ODDITORIUM sign hangs.
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