I could picture Out of Africa author Karen Blixen and photographer Peter Beard sitting in these fold-down chairs—just studying the Serengeti plains with their field glasses and leisurely taking in the view. Or big game adventurers from Teddy Roosevelt and
Humpty Dumpty Circus play set At the turn of the century, Philadelphia toy maker A. Schoenhut seized upon the circus mania that had spread across the nation, producing miniature versions of the beloved circus performers and animals.
Big Jim and Big Jack Play Figures with Sports Outfits by Whitman, 1976 - Notice that they didn't call these "paper dolls" in those days, as they were for boys. Of course, almost all of the Big Jim accessories, i.e. the camper, tent, dune buggy, corvette, airplane, Kung Fu studio, etc., were make-overs of Mattel's Barbie accessories with the colors changed for boys, but I guess we weren't supposed to notice that... LOL!!!
DECORATION: "I have been collecting the fabric games from Pottery Barn Kids. I made the game frames out of PVC pipes and embellished them with red and white striped fabric from Hobby Lobby. I created draping on the game frames to resemble a circus tent.