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M329 Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection

Object Type: Collection
In Collection: Historical Manuscripts and Photographs Digital Collection



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From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show. Stationary for A.G. Allen's Big Minstrel Show. The back contains a typed expense account of J.M. Beach, dated September 4 to September 16, 1917w Collection.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. Handbill advertising J.W. Johnson's Old Reliable Virginia Minstrels.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. Poster advertising Green River and His Ten Transcontinental Tributaries, a minstrel show.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. Poster advertising J.W. Johnson's Old Reliable Virginia Minstrels.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. Poster advertising J.W. Johnson's Old Reliable Virginia Minstrels.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. Poster advertising F.S. Wolcott's A Rabbit's Foot.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. Poster advertising the arrival of the Silas Green minstrel troupe from New Orleans. Others on the poster include comedians Lilas & Silas, the Gaines Troupe, Charlie Morton Jr., and Contortionist Cookie Howard. Owner Chas. Collier.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. Official route card for the 1910 season of the Barnum & Bailey circus.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. Program of the performers and exhibitions of the Barnum & Bailey Greatest Show on Earth 1908 season, with performances in the Mississippi towns of McComb, Jackson, Yazoo City, and Clarksdale.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. Circus annual for Ringling Bros.' World's Greatest Shows for the 1901 season. The annual lists personnel and towns where performances were held, as well as photographs and a poem honoring the five Ringling brothers.

From the Circus, Minstrel and Traveling Show Collection. An illustrated route book of Ringling Bros.' World's Greatest Shows for the 1894 season titled Beneath White Tents. The route book was a recorded account of the circus season, and was made available to the cast and crew as a commemorative token of that season. It was also made available to circus fans as a souvenir.

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