The Weird & Wonderful World Of Circus Life

The Weird & Wonderful World Of Circus Life

Back in the 1940’s out in the Wild West, the hometown touring circus was vastly different to the manicure large scale productions of Cirque du Soleil that crowds experience today.
In fact during the 1940’s and 50’s being an entertainer on a traveling circus created various levels of hardship, from a lack of safety to “the show must go on” if you were sick or injured. During that time countless photographers like Frederick Whitman Glasier, Edward Kelty, Mathew Brady, Cornell Capa, Charles and Ray Eames, and even Stanley Kubrick – routinely captured both the feats of wonder on display, but also the true lives of the performers.
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