Circus Photos and Illustrations - Wagons, Parades
Photographs and illustrations from early Bandwagon issues and other sources. An ongoing project . . .
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Bill Woodcock's Circus Album. This photo shows the band ready for parade on the Great J. E. Henry Show in about 1914. The elephant is Gyp, which died in 1915. Gyp was replaced by a larage male elephant named Toodles. A number of J. E. Henry's children remain active in show business today. They are Glen, Bum, Todd, Cliff, Hap and Bertha Connors. Bandwagon, Vol. 3, No. 2 (Mar-Apr), 1959, p. 13.
Sig Sautelle Bandwagon, 1958 (restored)
Al G. Barnes Circus Dog Wagon, October 8, 1931
Charlie Puck's Old Time Snapshots. Bandwagon, Vol. 3, No. 3 (May-Jun), 1959, p. 14.
Al G. Barnes Circus Ticket Wagon, March 30, 1935
Charlie Puck's Old Time Snapshots. Bandwagon, Vol. 3, No. 6 (Nov-Dec), 1959, p. 16.
Stage coach on the Pawnee Bill Wild West. Titled baggage wagon in the background. Date unknown. "Fred W. Glasier, Circus Photographer," Bandwagon, Vol. 9, No. 4 (Jul-Aug), 1965, p. 22.