Weber Bros. and Chitta Herbert on left.
Felix Adler, a very good clown of Clinton, Ill. with a big neck tie and Reggie Bogart, a production girl. August 22, 1946.
Barnett Bros. Circus truck. July 3, 1934.
Clowns with fake horse and carriage.
Tableau wagon on flatcar.
Wagon No. 31. Gollmar Bros. kangaroo tableau.
Ann Simpson, close-up view. Performance given in front of grand stand because of loss of big top in the Hartford fire. Show played to very poor business because of a polio epidemic. September 9, 1944.
Woman with choir robes raising hand with eyes closed in tent for Big Tent Crusade in Peoria, Illinois. From a series of images shot by (Peoria) Journal Star photographer Jack L. Bradley
Fay Romig as a drummer in the finale The Glorious Fourth. June 14, 1949.
Park Forest, Illinois.
Wagon No 71. Asia.
A tableau wagon on the lot. Cole Bros. Circus, July 17, 1937.
(Left to right) Juanita and Homer Hobson, bareback riders. Cole Bros. Circus, July 17, 1937.
Sideshow banners and lot scene. Seils-Sterling Circus. May 30, 1937.
Damoo Dohtre, a very outstanding wild animal trainer who worked more wild animals in one cage than any other [sic] than Alfred Court. Damoo is from India. North Street lot. August 17, 1941.
A prop wagon with spec wardrobe. July 9, 1955.
(Left to right) Marie Maximo, wife of Cuban slack wire walker; and Faye O. Braathen, Ringling Barnum Circus. August 3, 1934.
Florence and Peter Mardo. For a number of years she was a production girl on the Ringling show prior to 1919 and he was a clown. July 10, 1955.
Natalia Tock, Polish girl in red Jungle Drums wardrobe. Full length view. Black top parking lot south of Soldier Field, July 20, 1050.