The slogans '100 Clowns - Count 'Em - 100' and 'An Army of Clowns' as on this poster of the 1920's, were commonly used to emphasize an important facet of any circus performance. Hagenbeck-Wallace Trained Wild Animals Circus with a bunch of crazy circus clowns with mohawks, spiked hair, and every sort of clown you could imagine...pretty cool poster! Learn More
Photo shows General view of part of the South Water Street freight depot of the Illinois Central Railroad, Chicago, Ill. Nice view of old trains and part of the Chicago skyline and an old Pabst Blue Ribbon sign. Photo dates to 1943. Learn More
This 1896 circus poster depicts the big combined show of 'The Adam Forepaugh Show' and the 'Sells Brothers Big Show'. Both the artwork and the insistent text of this Strobridge poster of 1896 emphasize the bigness of the show. The thousands of circus-bound people pouring out of the excursion trains clinch the effect. Learn More
Vintage map shows the city of New Orleans, and the Mississippi River : Lake Pontchartrain in distance. Bird's-eye view of New Orleans with the Mississippi River in the foreground; prominent building and place names are listed below the image. This beautiful Currier & Ives map dates to 1885. <br /> Learn More
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