Phil Fein and Faye O. Braathen. His wife was the vocalist on the Cole bros. Circus. Truax Field lot. September 8, 1943.
Elephants in a hind leg stand. This is done to empty out the elephants before they go into the big top. Lot at Truax Field on the far east side and adjacent to U.S. 51 going north. August 2, 1955.
Rita Schroeder, German. A production girl. Jungle drums finale wardrobe. August 20, 1950.
Seils Sterling lot scene, May 31, 1934.
Bella Attardi in elephant wardrobe. July 27, 1948.
third section flats coming into Madison on Northwestern road from Oshkosh, Wisconsin August 17, 1941
(Seated left to right) Brenda Peters, Brenda Owens, Peggy Lee Naitto, Nio Naitto, Mrs. E. N. Fuhrman and Mrs. S. J. Francois. (Left to right, standing) Alex Neuberger, husband of Nio Naitto; Robert Lo…
Train in Madison.
Third section flats coming into Madison on Northwestern road from Oshkosh, Wisconsin. On some of the wagons can still be seen the steel rims which went out of use starting with the strike in Scranton…
W. C. Clair
Dill Mix circus poster [sic] 1934 season with Tom Mix on his horse.
(Left to right) Carmen Slayton, a Spanish girl, Sverre O. Braathen, and Emma Castro, Spanish, on the lawn of the Rufus Wells home in Madison at a party between shows. August 31, 1952.
(Left to right) Carl Jahn and Rose Wallet, riders. Ringling Barnum Circus, August 6, 1934.
calliope coming out of big top, lake front lot, September 13, 1942
(Left to right) Myrtle Williams, Mary Erdlitz, and Katherine "Kitty" Clark in menage wardrobe. Ringling Barnum Circus, August 1, 1939.
(Left to right) Evelyn Kent, Margaret Smith, Gladys Rimmer, and Brenda Gorring, close up view in purple aerial ballet wardrobe. They are all from England. August 31, 1950.
Evelyn Kent, Margaret Smith, Brenda Gorring, and Gladys Rimmer, English girls, in purple aerial ballet wardrobe. August 31, 1952.
Sally Cartier on left and her sister Pat on right, aerialists and their mother Sarah in the middle. August 21, 1946.
Wisconsin State Centennial parade around Capital Square, July 4, 1936.