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. Dimes Museums, Attraction Letterhead, Gollmar Bros Circus, Elephant Healing, Chalmers Condon, Brother Letterhead, Broscircus Posters, Bros Circus Posters, Condon Letterhead
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The four Shields brothers, of White Rock, Texas, were billed as being between 7 feet 8 inches and 8 feet 0 inches tall, but in reality none of them exceeded 7 feet 0 inches. They were between 6 feet 8 inches and 6 feet 11 inches when they joined a Barnum & Bailey sideshow around 1880. They were also known as The Texas Giants.