Hubert's Museum at Coney Island

Rare snapshot (3.5" x 5.5") image of the 1926 Hubert's Museum showfront on the Coney Island Boardwalk which also appears on the famous Edward Kelty photo. "Hubert's Museum" is spelled out in lightbulbs on the facade in an otherwise difficult to read sign. The advertisement painted on a spinning saw blade says: "CUTTING A WOMAN IN HALF WITH A SIMONDS SAW." Also the name "RAJAH"is painted on the pillars out front, the name of a now forgotten featured performer.

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