Item 100. Sleeping Circus Elephants (April 3, 1949)
Elephants from the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus
sleep in the basement of the old Madison Square Garden. The younger elephants slept on the ground
as the older ones who would have trouble getting up, slept on their feet. The photograph was
taken at 4:30 the morning after the tired elephants paraded all the way down Eighth Avenue
from the Bronx. No flash was used by Nat Fein so as to prevent the elephants from being startled.
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(Available in Archival Digital Print Only)

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