• Acrobats in Wardrobe

    The three Hugony sisters, Italian acrobats. Ringling Barnum Circus, August 3, 1933.

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  • Circus Fans With Performer

    (Left to right) Elizabeth Tormey, Theol Nelson, and Marion Tormey. Ringling Barnum Circus, August 3, 1933.

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  • Performer in Wardrobe

    Gerard Soules.

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  • Circus Fan and Performers

    (Left to right): Faye O. Braathen, Mrs. Louise (Al) Ringling, Edna and Dennis Curtis on lot of Ringling Barnum Circus. Edna and Dennis were at one time performers on Ringling Bros. Circus. August 3, 1…

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  • Circus Performers and Fans

    Seated right to left: Faye O. Braathen; Dorothy Joy of Spokane, Washington; Helen Wallenda, high wire act; Marie Maximo; and Martha Wallenda. Karl Wallenda standing to extreme right. Ringling Barnum C…

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  • Circus Fans

    (Left to right) Dr. Charles F. Howland of Des Moines, Iowa; John Kelly, attorney for Ringling Barnum Circuses for many years; and Sam, S, Solinkey, a fan from Beamont, Texas, Circus Fans Association.…

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  • Performer in Wardrobe

    Louis Munoz.

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  • Circus Fans

    Reading left to right. Dr. Thomas W. Tormey, Madison, Wisconsin; Sverre O. Braathen; and John Kelly, who for many years has been the attorney of the Ringling Bros Circuses. The annual Circus Fans Conv…

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  • Acrobat Team

    The Danwill Troupe, Hungarian acrobats. Ringling Barnum Circus, August 3, 1933.

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  • Circus Attorney and Fan

    (Left to right) John Kelly for many years attorney for Ringling Bros. Circuses and Harry Hertzberg, attorney and circus fan from San Antonio, Texas. In background with hat is John Sheppard of Wheaton…

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  • Performer on Horses

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  • Circus Attorney and Fan

    Left to right. Sverre O. Braathen; John Kelly, for many years attorney for Ringling Bros. Circuses; and Harper Joy, investment banker from Spokane, Washington. Annual Circus Fans Convention, August 1…

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  • Performer on Horses

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  • Native American Circus Performers

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  • Performer Street Clothes

    Con Colleano in street clothes. Spanish Australian. The greatest tight wire walker of all time. The first person to do a forward somersault on the tight wire and one of the five greatest circus perfor…

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  • Circus Press Agent

    Dexter W. Fellows, one of the all time great press agents of Buffalo Bill, Barnum & Bailey, and Ringling Barnum Circuses on lot of Ringling Barnum Circus, August 3, 1933.

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  • Former Circus Press Agent With Circus Fan

    (Left to right) F. Beverly Kelly former Ringling press agent and Sverre O. Braathen.

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  • Circus Fans

    (Left to right) Sverre O. Braathen; George Barlow of Binghamton, New York; Irving K. Pond, well-known architect of Chicago; and B. E. Siebert of Green Bay, Wisconsin; annual Circus Fans Association Co…

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  • Acrobats in Wardrobe

    The Rubio sisters, Spanish and outstanding acrobats, Ringling Barnum Circus, August 3, 1933.

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  • Performers in Wardrobe

    Gretonas high wire.

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