Ferdinand -  Lion Tamer [Lion Tamer Clyde Beatty. 1950.]

Circus Carnival & Amusement Park Photos and many more Unique Historical Photographs.

Pepito The Spanish Clown on a Power’s Dancing Elephant, in front of an Orpheum vaudeville theater  1924, San Antonio, Texas  Photo: Joan Falcy and Melani Carty

dickiegazoonie: “ Pepito The Spanish Clown on a Power’s Dancing Elephant, in front of an Orpheum vaudeville theater San Antonio, Texas Photo: Joan Falcy and Melani Carty ”

Children of Circus performers. The children who were present in the Circus were always the joy of everyone. It was a time when you could forget about the hard work for a brief time and focus on the innocence of the children. Many of them had aspirations of being performers and would boast of their abilities both real and in fantasy.I thanks them for all the countless times their personalities lifted me up from the depths and gave me strength to go on.

There is a sadness in the elephant's eyes. Circus children with elephant. Vintage photo and a reminder Elephants don't belong there

Mickey Dolenz, shooting his TV series, Circus Boy  (1956-1957). I loved this show when I was itty bitty!  He later went on to become one of the Monkees. LTM

Mickey Dolenz, shooting his TV series, Circus Boy I loved this show when I was itty bitty!

Vintage photo 1860s TOM THUMB & WIFE As Young Children Tom Thumb,Miss Lavinia / Warren The Giant / barnum circus

Vintage photo TOM THUMB & WIFE As Young Children Tom Thumb,Miss Lavinia / Warren The Giant /. Interesting how there used to be little difference between adult & children's clothing designs.

There is something so moving and amazing about this photo. I imagine this couple is together and expecting their first child. They practice daily after their morning egg, taking over orange juice and coffee. Dreaming of their duo turning into a trio.

Clown Act or great misadventures with a hot glue gun circus photo fun

Giant Man & 2 little people

Barnes' circus giant, Johaan (John) Aassen in Aasen also worked in the silent films, appearing in Harold Lloyd's Why Worry? He stood a little over (Bizarre Los Angeles)

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