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Chevalier Blondin, mid 19th century

Chevalier Blondin was a tightrope walker famous for crossing Niagara Gorge many times, in daring ways including crossing blindfold, pushing a wheelbarrow, carrying a stove and on stilts.

Bertini Unicycle act women and girl pyramid vintage black and white circus act photography  by ArtNotch, $28.00...roll up circus performers were beginning to take their green credentials a little to seriously and had begun to find some really weird ways to reduce their carbon footprint on trips to the shops

Bertini Unicycle act women and girl pyramid vintage circus photo

Bertini Unicycle act women and girl pyramid vintage black and white circus act photography by ArtNotch, $28.00...roll up circus performers were beginning to take their green credentials a little to seriously and had begun to find some really weird ways to reduce their carbon footprint on trips to the shops

Music Hall Character Acts - Victoria and Albert Museum

These family members are probably 'Risley' acrobats, named after Professor Risley who appeared with his sons at the Haymarket and Drury Lane in the in an act in which the children were 'flung about in the air'.

Vintage Circus

Circus Performer and Elephant training before Show. please stop the abuse of circus animals by boycotting current circuses that use animals in their acts

+ 100 Extrañas fotos antiguas [Megapost].

+ 100 Extrañas fotos antiguas [Megapost].

victorian circus performer - Google Search

victorian circus performer - Google Search

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Bones Hartzell in Vaudeville before he became a clown in the Circus

Charlie Keith, famous clown and circus owner, constructed and patented the first portable circus building. Keith had made his name touring in circuses around the UK and Europe. He was frustrated with performing in leaky tents with slippery and muddy floors and wanted to construct a touring circus that was sturdier than canvas. In 1882 Keith patented his ‘new travelling building for a circus’, which only featured canvas in its roof.

Charlie Keith, famous clown and circus owner, constructed and patented the first portable circus building.

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The act of juggling pre-dates any recorded history so the exact origins will never be known. The earliest known record of juggling, from the Beni Hassan tomb of an unknown prince, shows female…

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