Woodside's drawing may be a copy after an illustration from an 1815 English edition of "Songs of the Chase." Inscribed in pencil on verso: This is a copy by John A. Woodside of a vignette cut in the book "Songs... More
Print shows a male bareback rider, with arms folded, standing on the backs of two horses while balancing on his right leg his male partner who is bending over backwards. Title from item. Forms part of: Popular ... More
Print shows a male circus performer standing among a lion, a tiger, two wolves, and a leopard; he is holding a large piece of beef overhead with his left hand. C3389 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Publ... More
Advertisement for aeronaut and balloon manufacturer Henri Lachambre shows a balloon "H. Lachambre" with two passengers floating through a scene of animals, circus performers, and toy balloons.
Illustration shows a circus performance under the big top with Uncle Sam as ringmaster for a show with a bucking bronco or donkey labeled "Tariff Question"; the donkey has already thrown one man labeled "Democr... More
Circus poster showing vignettes of scenes in the play. Written expressly for W.F. Cody (Buffalo Bill) by Maj. A.S. Burt U.S.A. Damaged top, part missing. Triangular shape. Title from item. Gift; Alice & Leslie ... More
Game has numbered areas showing different circus acts, involving horseback riding, acrobatics, and juggling. The accompanying text describes the rules of the game. Prop. de I T. Orellana. Asegurado conforme a l... More
: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,3555 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,3555 ) .. Subject (TGM): Women; Costumes; Clothing & dress; Capes (Clothing); Monocles; Circus performers; Clothing stores;
Y41596(?) U.S. Copyright Office Created and "copyright 1893 by The Strobridge Lith. Co., Cin., N.Y. & Lon." Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)
Print shows David B. Hill as the animal trainer Carl "Hagenbeck" performing a circus act with trained animals labeled "Murphy, Pugh, Chandler, Peffer, Morgan, Coke, Higgins, Stewart, Teller, Cullom, [and] Hoar"... More
Print shows a ringmaster labeled "Harrity Chairman Dem. Natl. Com." standing on the left and the Democratic Donkey wearing a saddle labeled "1896" and "$50,000 a year for the man who can ride on this donkey to ... More
C262916 U.S. Copyright Office A.H. Canby, manager. Created and "copyrighted 1897 by The A.S. Seer Print, N.Y." Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)
C262917 U.S. Copyright Office A.H. Canby, manager. Created and "copyrighted 1897 by The A.S. Seer Print, N.Y." Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)
Circus poster showing performers on elevated skates and comic skating figures. A large piece at the lower right hand, small upper middle portion is missing. Title from item. Copyright deposit.
Illustration showing Admiral George Dewey as a circus clown, with William Jennings Bryan on a donkey labeled "Dem Party" and William McKinley on an elephant labeled "GOP" under the big top of a circus; Puck, as... More
Circus poster showing races with each man straddling two horses. See Bar. & Bai. 1900.32. Copyright by The Strobridge Litho. Co. Title from item. Exchange; Hastings, R.B. 1944.
Circus poster showing the interior view of a temple with hundreds of dancing women performing around the throne. Title from item.
Caption: A story of a sweet little circus girl, her bad sister, a minister, and meddling town gossips. Created by "Quigley Litho. Co., K.C." No. 3516. Forms part of: Theatrical poster collection (Library of Congress)
Circus poster showing jockeys on horses jumping a hedge. See Bar. & Bai. 1900.29. Copyright by The Strobridge Litho. Co. Title from item. Exchange; Hastings, R.B. 1944.
Circus poster showing framed black and white interior view of big top full of acts on board. Poster is from a photo by D'Arcass. It has a broken crack down the center and the upper left corner is missing. Title... More
Circus poster showing a crusader, giraffes, elephants, historical scene and five Ringling Brothers. Copyright in 1903 by Courier Co. Lith. Dpt. Title from item.
Stereograph showing groups of people watching circus performers in various circus rings. H49758 U.S. Copyright Office. Copyright 1904 by American Stereoscopic Co. No. 2. Title from item.
A two-sided circus poster showing a large circus herald covered with text and pictures of acts: animals, acrobats, parades, horseback riding, novelty acts, etc. Title from item. Copyright deposit.
Circus poster showing text surrounded by pictures of wild animals and equestrian performances. Copyright deposit. Title from item.
Circus poster showing two separate images: one with a dancing women, the other with a royally dressed man on horseback blowing a horn. The upper lefthand corner is missing. Title from item. Copyright deposit.
Circus poster showing various pictures of Indians on elephants in native clothing performing. Copyright deposit. Title from item.