Cover by Albert Briol for the Cirque Medrano's program/magazine (here the #11 issue). Jérôme Medrano had transformed his paper programs into a magazine with features on the performers and other circus-related subjects. The "magazine" quickly morphed into a normal program, but the features and small biographical notices would remain until the end—something that was unique to Medrano, since other French shows' printed programs, whether circus or theater, limited their contents to pictures of the performers. (1935) — Private Collection
- Circuses: Cirque Medrano (Paris)
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