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  • Brenda Thomas

    A wonderful Edwardian era Ringling Bros. poster promoting the acrobatic Ernesto Sisters.

  • Jessica Cangiano

    A wonderful Edwardian era Ringing Bros. poster promoting the acrobatic Ernesto Sisters. #circus #poster #performers #women #Edwardian #vintage

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I don't like the circus. Not the animals or the acrobats and especially not the clowns. My littlest sister wanted to visit now that it came to Anaheim and I explained why I wasn't going. It is is interesting to see how a young girl of 8 understood and respected my decision to not go while my dad of 40-something did not. I am allowed to be my own person with dislikes and anyone who cares about me should respect them.

Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey, Sacred White Elephant. Lithograph gathered by Karl K. Knecht from the advance advertising cars that toured ahead of circuses in the early 1920s. Pfening Collection. Bandwagon,

Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus program, 1952.

A wonderful Edwardian era Ringing Bros. poster promoting the acrobatic Ernesto Sisters.

Ringling Brothers Circus, 1958

The Leondor brothers acrobats. Ringling Bros.Circus.(1894)

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The trio of Levy (alternately spelled Levey) Sisters was a vaudeville act that performed in the United Kingdom in the early 20th century.

1860 Young girls. Older girl still doesn't cover her hair and skirt hasn't reached the floor yet, but her dress pattern is similar to that worn by adults. Younger girl has no crinoline under her skirt and widely set small polkadots

1900... These girls look creepy. I wonder if they were told not to smile. One of the reasons I love these old pics, so many "wonders"