HAPPY NEW YEAR……..2013

| December 31, 2012

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EACH AND ALL FROM THE CIRCUS BLOG.

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His Legend Lives On

| December 29, 2012

I believe this photo was taken in 1960. It is a great shot of Clyde Beatty.     Thanks Randy for sharing it with the circus blog. Thanks Harry and Randy for your comments, also Mike Cecere for his comment. Thank you Miss Denson for your comment.

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R.B.B.& B

| December 29, 2012

This wagon originally was “The War Chariot of India” owned by P.T. Barnum 1881.  R.B.B.&B refurbished it by removing the first 8 presidents of United States photos that were in line on top of wagon. Original can be seen on P.T. Barnum part 1 # 3, just scroll back next page. I want to thank […]

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R.B.B&B

| December 29, 2012

Sarasota, Florida….. winter quarters 1952. This looks like a canvas top cargo tow bar semi. These semis many times were towed one behind the other. By cargo I mean these wagons could haul just about any show equipment. Many had an open top and tail gate which made it easier and faster to load and […]

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R.B.B.&B

| December 29, 2012

Atlanta, Georgia 1947. Still using the team of horses to load and unload the show from the flat cars.  I want to thank Bob Cline for this photo, so that I may share with the circus blogers the history of the “Greatest Show On Earth”.

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Dan Dix

| December 29, 2012

I meet this man in 1956 while we were playing Silver City, New Mexico. He and my dad got along famously. The whole afternoon was taken up by remembering the old days of the 101 and as well the 101 in 1945. Dan Dix was a genuine person cowboy and showmen.

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Dan Dix

| December 29, 2012

Dan Dix “The Cowboy Clown”and Joe Lewis seen here in the arena of the 101 Ranch Wild West Show, Early 1900’s.

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Dan Dix

| December 29, 2012

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BANDWAGON

| December 27, 2012

To Subscribe, contact Bob Cline at fivetiger@shtc.net

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Holter’s Camels

| December 26, 2012

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