At the Carnival

Not a bad crowd, Siebrand Bros. Photo taken from the top of the…. Girl Show bally platform trailer.

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National Anthem

On days like the 4th of July or Veterans Day, my mother would sing the National Anthem before the show.

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Harry Clark

Siebrand Bros Circus…..1954. Mr Clark’s dogs were all black standard poodles. The musicians for the circus were George Vest on organ and “Pancho”Frank Roche on drums.

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Circus Time

People are begining to gather at the back of the Midway. The circus was a big attaction, and made Siebrands carnival very successful. There was a cover charge of 25 cents during the 1950’s.

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Lowe, Hite and Stanley

When we started our fair season Big Pete Siebrand would hire extra acts that were part of our grandstand shows. I never missed a Lowe, Hite and Stanley performance….they were a comedian’s comedy act. Henry Hite stood at 7 foot 9 inches.

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The Chuck-A- Lucks

Here is another great comedy act Pete Siebrand hired for the fairs.

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Ready To Go On

 Toni Madison and her Dogs.  Siebrand Bros Circus, 1957.

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Ladies of the Show

Siebrand Bros 1955. They were having a baby shower for somebody.

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Ray and Yolanda

Siebrand Bros. Circus 1956 …. They did two class acts, perch and juggling.

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Paulenberg’s Bears

Hana and Emile Paulenberg, afternoon show, Siebrand Bros 1955.

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