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Lithograph of Charles Stratton dressed as Napoleon Bonaparte.
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Title: Charles Stratton As Napoleon
Original caption: Published March 22nd, 1844 at Rudolph Ackermann's Eclipse Sporting & Millitary Gallery 191 Regent Street
Charles S. Stratton, known as Tom Thumb, Drawn in the Character of Napoleon Bonaparte
This Remarkable Prodigy Is 12 Years Old, Only 25 Inches High, And Weighs But 15 Pounds!
Stereograph of Tom Thumb
Paris Goupel & Vibert
Creator:  Goupel and Vibert (illustrator)
Date: March 22, 1844
Format: Illustration
Publisher: Rudolph Ackermann's Eclipse Sporting & Millitary Gallery
Source: Bridgeport Public Library, Historical Collections
Keywords: Advertising; Charles Stratton, Tom Thumb; England; Entertainment; Entertainment, Leisure & Recreation; France; Humor; Labor; Media; Phineas T. Barnum; Physical Disability; Popular Culture; Portrait; Short Stature; Theater
Topics: Mass Media, Culture & The Arts
Note: Stereograph sole property of the Bridgeport Public Library History Department.