On the Ringling Midway, 1898

On the Ringling Midway, 1898
and on their way to guilt-free amusement. They did not enter the big top with "issues."

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Sunday Morning, Looking Back: Who Are They?

Irving J. Polack and Louis P. Stern
founders, circa 1930, of Polack Bros. Circus

From difficult times, a star was born

combining thrills with carny corn
One man started out with a pan
The other glad-handed, signed and ran

Kudos to Steven!

5 comments:

Margaret said...

..Dave, no clues on this one.? Okay I'll guess Hamid and Morton.?

Showbiz David said...

Margaret, can't say if you are right or wrong. But look for a clue or two middle of week.

BTW:At Jordan, did you hang out, perform or pitch peanuts?

Margaret said...

..perform..LOL..your messin with me David..hung out, helped with the loadout of the cats ( I pressed the button.) I did get to help with the act a couple of times and open the door..

Steve said...

Polack and Stern?

Anonymous said...

Sam Polack (nephew of Irving J. Polack)
and Louie Stern