Nabor Feliz Netzahualt (1877-1972) was a Pueblo Indian sculptor who made clay sculptures as a sideshow for many circuses from
the 1920s to the 1950s, including the Al G. Barnes Circus. This collection of papers from 1920-1929 includes correspondence,
legal papers, theosophical literature, newspaper clippings, and ephemera.
Nabor Feliz Netzahualt (1877-1972), also known as Felix Nabor, was a Pueblo Indian and "lightening sculpture." From the 1920s
to the 1950s, he made clay sculptures as a sideshow act for circuses such as Al G. Barnes Circus and the Hagenbeck-Wallace
Circus based in Miami County, Indiana.
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