William Hanlon, clown in spec wardrobe. July 17, 1954.
Erzops, Italian ladder and bareback riders. August 3, 1952.
Ditta and Lucy Chaludis (Gerda and Lucia Muller) and Karl Schwarzbauer, German bicycle riders and a very good act. August 2, 1952.
Frank Saluto with a commercial on large shoes. July 17, 1954.
Mary Jane Miller. Ringling Barnum Circus. There is a cemetery next to the lot where are buried the Sells. Bros. early days circus owners and many other circus people. August 3, 1952.
Pat Warner on the payoff float, Ringling Barnum Circus. A very hot day. August 2, 1952.
Bobby Schwartz and Merle Evans, the greatest circus band leader of all time and the director of Ringling Barnum band since the two shows merged in the spring of 1919. August 3, 1952.
(Left to right) Evelyn Kent, Margaret Smith, Gladys Rimmer, an unknown girl, and Rose Wong in Gold Dollar Moon finale wardrobe. August 2, 1952.
A flying act girl in yellow wardrobe. July 3, 1952.
Joseph. J. McCarthy, Superintendent of wardrobe. July 17, 1954.
Carmen Slayton in fiesta wardrobe. This is the menage number. July 17, 1954.
Girl in red The Good Old Times spec wardrobe. August 3, 1952.
Carmen Slayton, Spanish girl and wife of Richard "Dick" Slayton, in Circus Serenade spec wardrobe. July 20, 1951.
Carmen Slayton, a Spanish girl standing on a spec float in green aerial ballet wardrobe. August 1, 1952.
Picture of John Ringling, one of the founders of the show, painted on a main entrance panel. There are pictures of all five brothers. July 17, 1954.
Carmen Slayton, close-up view in menage wardrobe. August 2, 1952.
Girl in blue The Good Old Times spec wardrobe. August 2, 1952.
Carmen Slayton, a Spanish girl green aerial ballet wardrobe standing on a spec float. August 1, 1952.
Rose and William "Bill" Hanlon, husband and wife, clowns. In spec wardrobe. July 17, 1954.
Allen Lester, a press agent. His father William Lester was a contracting agent on Cole Bros. Circus and then on Ringling Barnum. July 17, 1954.