Circus Poster - Ringling Brothers Circus Tiger  -11x14 - Circus print

Circus Poster - Ringling Brothers Circus Tiger - Circus print

All of the Ringling Brothers were Masons.    The Ringling Brothers Circus was a circus founded in the United States in 1884 by five of the seven Ringling Brothers: Albert (1852–1916), August (1854–1907), Otto (1858–1911), Alfred T. (1862–1919), Charles (1863–1926), John (1866–1936), and Henry (1869–1918). In 1907 it acquired the Barnum & Bailey Circus, merging them in 1919 to become Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus, promoted as The Greatest Show on Earth.

All of the Ringling Brothers were Masons. The Ringling Brothers Circus was a circus founded in the United States in 1884 by five of the seven Ringling Brothers: Albert (1852–1916), August (1854–1907), Otto (1858–1911), Alfred T. (1862–1919), Charles (1863–1926), John (1866–1936), and Henry (1869–1918). In 1907 it acquired the Barnum & Bailey Circus, merging them in 1919 to become Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus, promoted as The Greatest Show on Earth.

Goodbye Elephants! Have fun in the real world...We will always remember you when we go to the circus!!!!

Each Of These Little Known Photos From History Have A Bizarre Story Behind Them

Goodbye Elephants! Have fun in the real world...We will always remember you when we go to the circus!!!!

DESIGNER UNKNOWN RINGLING BROS AND BARNUM & BAILEY / MISS LEITZEL. 1918. Strobridge Litho. Co., Cincinnati.

DESIGNER UNKNOWN RINGLING BROS AND BARNUM & BAILEY / MISS LEITZEL. 1918. Strobridge Litho. Co., Cincinnati.

Biography: Ringling Brothers [DVD] [English] [2004]

Biography: Ringling Brothers [DVD] [English] [2004]

Ringling Brothers: Kings of the Circus [DVD] [2000]

Ringling Brothers: Kings of the Circus [DVD] [2000]

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