This tintype photograph (June 1993) by Claude Levet shows Dr. Bumstead in a moment of repose, with one of the banjos that he made and bottles of his first medicine show product, Lenape Liquid. Mark Osterman writes:
"The tintypes of me and my wife were made at a fair. Claude Levet, the tintypist, was set up across from our stage and made them without charge...it was a very hot and slow day. We had gotten married just the week before. You can see the Galvanic Battery that we used for the ballyhoo resting under the table."
Contact Mark Osterman (aka Dr. B. Barabus Bumstead).