7 results found for: subject:"Jugglers--China--Shanghai--Photographs"

Gallery view

1978 June

Goldfarb, Theodore D., 1935-

Shanghai acrobats: man balancing on tall unicycle, juggling dishes

Shanghai (China) - From a series of images of the second Science for the People trip to China; scans made from originals retained by the photographer.

Science for the People Collection

1978 June

Goldfarb, Theodore D., 1935-

Shanghai acrobats: man and woman balancing act: balancing on ladder with dishes

Shanghai (China) - From a series of images of the second Science for the People trip to China; scans made from originals retained by the photographer.

Science for the People Collection

1978 June

Goldfarb, Theodore D., 1935-

Shanghai acrobats: acrobats juggling, while one stands of the shoulders of another

Shanghai (China) - From a series of images of the second Science for the People trip to China; scans made from originals retained by the photographer.

Science for the People Collection

1978 June

Goldfarb, Theodore D., 1935-

Shanghai acrobats: comic jugglers

Shanghai (China) - From a series of images of the second Science for the People trip to China; scans made from originals retained by the photographer.

Science for the People Collection

1978 June

Goldfarb, Theodore D., 1935-

Shanghai acrobats: women juggling large vases on their feet

Shanghai (China) - From a series of images of the second Science for the People trip to China; scans made from originals retained by the photographer.

Science for the People Collection

1978 June

Goldfarb, Theodore D., 1935-

Shanghai acrobats: acrobats juggling a large vase on their feet

Shanghai (China) - From a series of images of the second Science for the People trip to China; scans made from originals retained by the photographer.

Science for the People Collection

1978 June

Goldfarb, Theodore D., 1935-

Shanghai acrobats: comic jugglers

Shanghai (China) - From a series of images of the second Science for the People trip to China; scans made from originals retained by the photographer.

Science for the People Collection