Ridgway and Sell's Circus. Southland News print. [1920s?]
Reference Number: Eph-E-CABOT-Circus-Ridgway-1900s-01
Shows an arrangement of different texts, arranged around inset engravings and photographs. At top left is Mr C Ridgway and at top right is a woman named M Sell. Other acts listed are La Kirk (the world's famous trick rider), Donald (the horse that knows), the Two Franks (mysteruious thought and second sight act), Madeline (lady trick rider), Charlie (hand balancer and globe runner), Silly & Benno (clowns), Doyle & Denny (comedians), the Mysterious Tarzan (escape expert), the famous Zig-Zag, August the red-headed dummy, ten buckjumpers headed by Clyclop; as well as American, Anstralian and New Zealand riders.
1 image, categorised under Posters, Offset printing, Ephemera and Advertising, related to M Sell, Charles Ridgway, Southland Daily News (Newspaper), Invercargill City, Clowns, Circus performers, Acrobats, Horses and Circus.
Ridgway and Sell's Circus. Southland News print. [1920s?], Reference Number Eph-E-CABOT-Circus-Ridgway-1900s-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on poster.Offset lithograph, on sheet 1010 x 388 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera
Historical Notes: Dated around 1920s because of hair style of M. Sell.
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use digital copy in preference to original.
Other copies available: Scanned from original. File print in Ephemera Room
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