Walter H. Stuart
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Walter H. Stuart, who had only partial limbs for both arms and legs, was a popular performer in sideshows and dime museums from the 1870s through the 1890s.
He appeared the week of February 14, 1884 at the NEW YORK MUSEUM (on the Bowery ) as "The Armless & Legless Wonder" with the Turtle Boy; Fred Howe, fat boy; Charles Price, White Moor; Susie Conrad, Fat and Bearded Lady; The Lion-Slayer [?], Professor Harry Alien's Punch-and-Judy, and Professor John Hampton's dog and animal circus.
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