Sally Cartier, her sister Pat, aerialists, and their mother Sarah. State Fair Park lot, August 13, 1946.
Jean Sullivan, Russell Bros. Circus, July 10, 1938.
(Left to right) Margo Margas, Henny Wiedenmann, and Rose Wong.
Nena Unus Furtner, close-up view in green fiesta menage wardrobe. August 29, 1954.
Carmen Slayton, Spanish girl, putting up her clothes line in the backyard. Black top parking lot on the lakefront south of Soldier Field. July 19, 1951.
Conny and John Welde, aerial act. Lakefront lot, August 11, 1947.
Astrid Schlichting. July 31, 1949.
Glenna Hartzell, girl clown. Barnes Floto Circus presenting Ringling Barnum stupendous new features. August 6, 1938.
The Montons, aerialists. Ringling Barnum Curcus. August 3, 1953.
(Left to right) Anne Collins and Jonnie Mae Snyder.
(Left to right) Unknown, Betty Horrocks, Lillian and Linda Blakeman, Joan Smith, and unknown. British girls. Mills Bros. Circus, July 17, 1951.
Clown. Barnes Floto Circus presenting Ringling stupendous new features. July 18, 1938.
Six girls in Days of 49 menage wardrobe. June 16, 1949.
Mary Jane De Young Miller in blue spec wardrobe. She was the wife of Dick Miller, photographer for the show. State Fair Park lot. August 17, 1945.
(Left to right) Otto Griebling and Boghondi in chair, May 12, 1947.
(Left to right) Emmett Kelly, Otto Griebling, and Earl Chapin May of Rochelle, Illinois.
The acrobats. July 30, 1949.
Ira Millette, a very good head balancing aerialist and Albert Powell, a very good aerial trapeze contortionist. July 28, 1948.
Pete Cristiani. [Editor's note: Date and location may be incorrect. The photographer listed different locations and dates for what are all pictures taken in the same sequence.]
Velma Peasley, Seils-Sterling Circus, May 24, 1936.