Sole Bros Circus :Hullo! everybody. We're getting brighter and bigger on every visit! First time in the world circusdom's latest thrills! Sole Bros Circus and performing animals. Bourke, Tue-Wed, 22-23 July. [Printed by] J H Sherring & [Co., 1947].
Reference Number: Eph-E-CABOT-Circus-Australia-1947-01
Poster advertising the Sole Brothers Circus. At the top are three brass bandsmen, the face of a clown, an elephant on hind legs. The text lists the many performers, with illustrations down the sides of Miss Dorteenta, the clown Johnny Campbell, the Flying Ridgways Troupe, Jean Marie & Marie Lucille (marching girls), Miss St Leon, and Miss Peggy.The performers listed are: the Peggy-Leon Troupe (equestrians), Miss Dorteenta (trapeze), Jumping Jinglers (clowns), Daphne Shaw (yodelling cowgirl), trick ponies, highjumping dogs Whisky and Brandy, Miss Jean Lindsay, three smart girls in a ladder display (May Fortuneny, Doroteena and Jean Marie), 7 Balancos, St Leon and Campbell (clowns), Flying Ridgways, Miss Doreathea (contortionist), Velaire Sisters (trapeze), Alice Chales Riding Stars, performing elephants, Karl de Roy Boys (bouncing table), Miss Dimpy St Leon (trapeze), The Eroni Bays (gymnasts on the high wire).
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Sole Bros Circus :Hullo! everybody. We're getting brighter and bigger on every visit! First time in the world circusdom's latest thrills! Sole Bros Circus and performing animals. Bourke, Tue-Wed, 22-23 July. [Printed by] J H Sherring & [Co., 1947]., Reference Number Eph-E-CABOT-Circus-Australia-1947-01 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s) on poster.Chromolithograph, on poster 1030 x 390 mm (cropped).. Vertical imageEphemera
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