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Apps, Jerry 1934- Author
Ringlingville USA [electronic resource]: The Stupendous Story of Seven Siblings and Their Stunning Circus Success
Madison : Wisconsin Historical Society Oct. 2004 Chicago : Chicago Distribution Center [Distributor]
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SUBJECT Ringling Brothers And Barnum And Bailey Circus
Wisconsin -- History
Physical Description 280 p. ill 09.000 x 08.000 in
Restrictions on Access Available for distribution in: USA, UNITED KINGDOM
Note Annotation Ringlingville USAis the story of seven brothers who started with next to nothing and became the most famous circus family ever known. This is an extensively illustrated history with many never before published photos. This first history of the Ringling Circus in over fifty years recounts the hard work, business savvy, and entrepreneurship of the Ringling Brothers as they created the largest, most famous circus in the world. Author Jerry Apps presents a comprehensive history of the family business while at the same time recreating the sights and sounds of the circus at the turn of the century. Distributed for the Wisconsin Historical Society Press
Audience Trade Wisconsin Historical Society
Alternate Author Dahlinger, Fred Foreword by

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