J.E. Henry Show

| April 28, 2012

Setting on the wagon is my grandmother Mable Chase Fairbanks Henry. By the looks of the photo and what I know of my grandmother, the date is near 1900? I believe the man on the bottom right is J.E. Henry. The three men on the left are not my uncles, the little boy near them […]

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Clifford Henry

| April 28, 2012

I never knew this photo existed. I received a box of circus photos from Charles Clancy. The box contained the total Tommy Bentley Collection. In one of the albums is where I discovered my Dads photo. What a wonderful find. This photo was taken on the Rudy Bros Circus 1969. He had retried from the […]

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J.E. Henry #1

| April 28, 2012

This was J.E.’s first letter head. He started using these in 1915.

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J.E.Henry #2

| April 28, 2012

This one of grandfather’s letterheads. The lion and lady was in the center of this one. These letter heads were used as far back as 19i5 though the 1930′s. There were others types that J.E. used but as his family grew he would add another name to the letter head. I wish I could locate […]

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J.E.Henry #3

| April 28, 2012

This is what is known as a reader, not really an ad. This reader was put in the local paper along with other readers. It was an information column. John Polacsek collection.

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Dales Bros Circus 1948

| April 28, 2012

From Left to right… Peggy Henderson and Billie Henderson. They are in their spec wardrobe.

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Dales Bros Circus

| April 28, 2012

  This is Charles Cuthbert who was the band leader on the Dales Bros 1948. In the background walking under the guy ropes is Billie Henderson

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Another Dales Bros Circus Photo….1948

| April 28, 2012

Tommy Bentley is fourth in. On his left is Jerry Pressley, Fay Romig on his right then Rooney. Far right from Tommy is Flo Mcintosh.

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Dales Bros Circus 1948

| April 28, 2012

On the right is Fay Romig …..the other performer’s name is unknown to me.

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Dales Bros Circus

| April 28, 2012

I believe this performer was a knife thrower on the Dales Circus. His name is unknown to me. Photo was taken in the late 1940′s.

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