1943 Zulu Cannibal Giants Negro League Broadside
The Zulu Cannibal Giants were formed in 1938, a concept inspired by the war in Ethiopia. Hoping to draw a white fan following, the team would get into role while playing in grass skirts, painted faces, and even bare feet. This team housed some of the best talent in the Negro League, among them the likes of Howard Easterling and Buck O’Neil. Broadside measuring 14x21” advertises the Zulu Cannibal Giants barnstormer at Wilson Park. Drawing in center of poster shows the team members in their ridiculous get ups.
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