While the mothers are working in the fields, the preschool children of migrant families are cared for in the nursery school under trained teachers, Kern migrant camp, California, 1936 - Dorothea Lange
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<h2>Victorian Circus - Elephants and Clowns </h2> Who doesn't love a circus? Going to the circus used to be the big night out in the olden days. The circus was fun for the family. This circus image is a vintage image of an old-time circus procession, when the performers would walk around the circus ring and wave at the audience. The Circus Procession starts out with an elephant riding a bicycle, and dressed like a child. Quite a feat! Then comes the clowns and men with big hats and old-time flags. Bringing up the rear of the circus procession is another big elephant, walking on two legs holding his Japanese fan, a hat, cane, and dressed like a proper Victorian gentleman. The illustration is in full color, with big read heading that says, <i>The Circus Procession</i>. Red, blue, orange and yellow are the prominent colors in the illustration. <h3>About the Circus Procession</h3> A circus procession winds through the main streest of towns, before the big top is set up that gathers crowds of circus goers. The illustration, <i>The Circus Procession</i>, was the cover of an antique children's book printed in 1888 by McLoughlin Brothers of New York. Please see more fun gifts at <a href="http://www.zazzle.com/doodlefly*">Zazzle.com/doodlefly</a>
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is an American circus company. The company was started in 1919 when the circus created by James Anthony Bailey and P. T. Barnum was merged with the Ringling Brothers Circus. The Ringling brothers purchased the Barnum & Bailey Circus in 1907, but ran the circuses separately until they were finally merged in 1919. In 1957 John Ringling North changed the circus from using their own portable tents to using venues, such as sports stadiums that had the seating already in place. In 1967 Irvin Feld bought the circus, but in 1971 he sold it to Mattel. He bought it back in 1982.