Cole Bros Circus

Posted By on September 1, 2012

Cole Bros cage wagon 1939.

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Cole Bros Circus

Posted By on September 1, 2012

This is a baggage wagon and it also carried a small tent. My guess is was dressing room for production wardrobe. The wagon # is 106. Photo shot at winter quarters .

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Cole Bros Circus

Posted By on September 1, 2012

Cole Bros four compartment cage wagon. Photo taken in 1942. I believe the family in this photo are looking at the animals on the open side of the wagon.

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Cole Bros Circus

Posted By on September 1, 2012

Cole Bros Cage wagon 1939.

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Cole Bros Circus

Posted By on September 1, 2012

Cargo wagons at the back door. A ring curb is in the front of this photo. Date 1942.

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Cole Bros Circus

Posted By on September 1, 2012

Cole Bros cook house wagon 1936. By the looks of things it’s chow time. A fork, a plate full of good food and then find a place to sit. There was always time for seconds. In the cook house that my family and I used to eat in, there was only one meal I hated. I think it was called….. I am trying to remember…… something on a shingle. Oh well it will come to me later.

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Bandwagon

Posted By on August 30, 2012

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Cole Bros Circus

Posted By on August 30, 2012

Getting ready for the parade. The Yellow Tableau got it’s name from a bill of sale when sold or transferred from one show to another. I am sure this wagon had a name, but maybe just got lost in time.

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Cole Bros Circus

Posted By on August 30, 2012

This wagon is known as the Yellow Tableau very often mistaken to be the Kangaroo Tableau. It was used in parades and served as the shows commissary wagon. 1939.

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Cole Bros Circus

Posted By on August 30, 2012

The Yellow Tab was stripped and made into the Cloe Bros light and electrical wagon. At the end of these five photos there is written an explanation that will help separate some of the confusion…… The photos and memo by Stephen Flint.

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