Clyde Beatty and Cole Bros. Circus posters
Scope and Contents
Collection of posters advertising the Clyde Beatty and Cole Bros. Circus performances that took place in San Marcos, Texas on September 15th, probably in the year 1964. Twelve of the posters include text only. Posters with images consist of two parts: a larger poster containing the title and image and a second, smaller poster containing date and location information pasted to the bottom. Arranged according to subject.
- circa 1964
- Clyde Beatty-Cole Bros. Circus (Organization)
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Clyde Beatty was a circus entertainer and lion tamer who ran his own circus. After facing financial harship in 1956 Beatty sold his circus to Frank McClosky and Walter Kernan. In 1959 the circus was renamed The Clyde Beatty Cole Bros. Circus. Clyde Beatty continued to perform with the show until his death in 1965.
1.75 Linear Feet (One flat box (21 x 25).)
Language of Materials
Collection of posters advertising the Clyde Beatty and Cole Bros. Circus performances that took place in San Marcos, Texas on September 15th, probably in the year 1964.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Donated by Harold C. Tedford, former instructor, Theater Department, in October 2017.
- Clyde Beatty and Cole Bros. Circus posters
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- 2021 June: Revised for DACS compliance, Nicole Critchley