• Circus Fan and Performer Personnel Assistant

    Phil Fein and Faye O. Braathen. His wife was the vocalist on the Cole bros. Circus. Truax Field lot. September 8, 1943.

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  • Production Girl With Float Close-Up

    Rita Schroeder, German. A production girl. Jungle drums finale wardrobe. August 20, 1950.

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  • Performers and Circus Fans

    (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…

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  • Advertising Manager

    W. C. Clair

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  • Performers at Party

    (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.

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  • Performers in Wardrobe

    (Left to right) Myrtle Williams, Mary Erdlitz, and Katherine "Kitty" Clark in menage wardrobe. Ringling Barnum Circus, August 1, 1939.

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  • Aerialists in Wardrobe

    (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.

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  • Performers in Aerial Ballet Wardrobe

    Evelyn Kent, Margaret Smith, Brenda Gorring, and Gladys Rimmer, English girls, in purple aerial ballet wardrobe. August 31, 1952.

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  • Aerialists in Wardrobe

    Sally Cartier on left and her sister Pat on right, aerialists and their mother Sarah in the middle. August 21, 1946.

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  • Performer in Close-Up

    Joe Rossi, Italian. Band director.

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  • Clown in Spectacle Wardrobe

    Albert White a clown in The Good Old Days spec wardrobe, close-up view. August 31, 1952.

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  • Cashier

    Barbara Miller, daughter of Dory Miller, owner of Al G. Kelly Miller Bros. Circus and Isla Miller, She is at the exchange desk collecting taxes and service charges on passes.

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  • Animal Trainer With Lion

    Chubby Guilfoyle, lion trainer with one of his cub lions on Beckman and Gerety Shows, a carnival. He has but one arm and having lost the other by one of his lions. July 4, 1932.

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  • Wire Walker in Wardrobe

    Nio Naitto a very good tight wire walker, half Russian and half Chinese, East Washington Avenue lot near U. S. 51 bypass. August 21, 1946.

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  • Performers in Wardrobe

    (Left to right) Carmen Slayton and Emma Castro, webb wardrobe, Ringling Barnum Circus, August 5, 1953.

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  • Performers in Wardrobe

    (Left to right) Unknown, Betty Horrocks, Lillian and Linda Blakeman, Joan Smith, and unknown. British girls. Mills Bros. Circus, July 17, 1951.

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  • Performers and Circus Fan

    (Left to right) Karl Wallenda, Helen Wallenda, Faye O. Braathen, and Yette Wallenda at the White Tops, Ringling Barnum Circus, August 13, 1945.

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  • Clown-- Harry Dann

    Harry Dann, clown with time clock props, North Street lot August 17, 1941

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  • Performers in Wardrobe

    The Antalek sisters, Hungarian, perch artists, (left to right) Angela, Marie, and Valeria. Ringling Barnum Circus. August 4, 1936.

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  • Aerialists, The Concellos

    Arthur "Art" and Antoinette "Tony" Concello, leapers and aerialists in flying return act. One of the best of the flying acts. She could do a triple somersault. North Street lot. August 17, 1941

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