|Call number||CWM SC 37|
|Title||Dahlke, Jerry Collection|
|Year Range from||1913|
|Year Range to||1923|
|Extent of Description||2 folders, 1 oversize file|
|Scope & Content||
13 pages of a manuscript about the circus system, the business of circuses, and the close-knit community of circus performers; poem about A. T. Ringling, written by R. H. Daum; passport for Edwin P. Norwood and his wife, Ann, issued on September 25, 1923, includes visas for Italy and France, among others.
Leatherbound scrapbook containing handwritten and typed notes as well as newspaper clippings about the capture, training, care, and keeping of exotic animals used in circuses. Also includes transcribed articles from books about natural history as well as questions posed to the Ringling Bros. about circus animals at end of volume. Roughly organized by animal type.
|Location||Archives Stacks 17/6/1, Prints Oversize 24/4/12|