Fairs/Circus/Expos (11 - 20)

1939 anonymous United States of America Giclee Print

1939 anonymous United States of America Giclee Print


Vintage Zoo Zebras Giclee Print

Vintage Zoo Zebras Giclee Print


1933 Hernando Villa Giclee Art Print                United States                   of America

1933 Hernando Villa Giclee Art Print United States of America


1934 United States of America Chicago World's Fair.Giclee Print

1934 United States of America Chicago World's Fair.Giclee Print


1939 the New York World's Fair Giclee Art Print

1939 the New York World's Fair Giclee Art Print


1939 New York Tomorrow Worlds Fair Giclee Print

1939 New York Tomorrow Worlds Fair Giclee Print


1900  Francois Flameng  France Giclee Exposition Art Print

1900 Francois Flameng France Giclee Exposition Art Print


Mucha 1904 Worlds Fair St Louis Fine Art Giclee Print

Mucha 1904 Worlds Fair St Louis Fine Art Giclee Print


Buffalo Bill's Wild West Fine Art Giclee Print

Buffalo Bill's Wild West Fine Art Giclee Print


1939 Nembhard N. Culin United States of America Giclee Print

1939 Nembhard N. Culin United States of America Giclee Print


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There is perhaps no circus more famous than the Barnum & Bailey combination, which was purchased from the Ringling Brothers in 1907 and was originally two separate competing circuses owned by P.T. Barnum and James Anthony Bailey ? who decided to team up and form one act. They merged in 1919 and were very successful in vintage times until the Great Depression caused difficulties, along with the inventions of automobiles, television and other means of entertainment. The novelty had worn off, although the circus still runs today in a different format. The Adams Brothers also ran a popular International Circus, starring polar bear actors drawing cheers and laughter at their hilarious acts.