One of the most attractive letterheads ever used by the Gollmar Bros. Circus, is the above design, dated 1903. It is all in royal blue, except for the photos of the Gollmars, which are in brown. "Chalmer Condon's Letterheads," Bandwagon, Vol. 8, No. 3 (May-Jun), 1964, p. 10.

Ringling Bros.Circus Poster

Ringling Bros.,Barnum & Bailey Circus Poster

Ringling Bros.,Barnum & Bailey Circus Poster

Clark & Sons Circus poster

Hagenbeck Circus Poster

Circus Poster

Wallace Shows Circus Poster

Robinson & Franklin Circus poster

The Sells Bros.' "7 Elephant" letterhead was used in 1878. "Chalmer Condon's Letterheads," Bandwagon, Vol. 8, No. 1 (Jan-Feb), 1964, p. 11.

Circus clowns

Forepaugh & Sells Brothers lithograph, Madison Square Garden. Bandwagon, Vol. 8, No. 1 (Jan-Feb), 1964, p. 15.

Vintage Circus Poster

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Vintage Circus

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Circus Poster

vintage circus poster

Walter L. Main first used his name as a circus title in 1885. By 1893 his show had grown to a medium size major railroad circus, with 29 cars. The Walter L. Main's Eight Enormous United Shows was the imposing title he used on the cover of the newspaper courier shown here. The drawing on the courier was done by E. Roe for the United States Printing Co. of Cincinnati. Courier is from the Pfening Collection. Cover, Bandwagon, Vol. 8, No. 3 (May-Jun), 1964.

Famous mid-century juggler, Francis Brown, and his sister at the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Combined Show in 1949. #circus #performer #vintage #retro #entertainment #juggler #1940s #forties

A female snake charmer with the Cole Brothers Circus. This picture makes me nervous!