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If Ringling saw the move as anything other than a precursor to an even more grand and glorious future, he was not admitting it.
At the time that the United States entered WW I in 1917, the Ringling show employed about a thousand people and traveled about the country on 92 railroad cars, with the Barnum & Bailey show about the same size.
All these factors led the Ringling brothers—following the 1918 season—to make a momentous decision.
The Ringling show’s 250 canvasmen were reduced to 80, while the property men dropped from 80 to 20, most of them aging 4-F’s instead of the burly personnel who had swelled the ranks before the war.
Ringling, however, has maintained that its trainers lovingly looked after the elephants.
She left The Ringling Bros. to join Big Apple as chief trainer over five years ago.
Acrobat death In 2004, Dessi Espana, a performer with Ringling Bros. and Barnum Bailey, fell 35 feet during a performance.
Connecticut Fire Arguably the worst circus tragedy in history was the Ringling Brothers Circus fire on July 6, 1944.
It took Ringling 10 years to pay off more than 600 claims that were a result from the fire.
Kirsch has just completed his three-minute audition for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's Clown College.The Most Depressing Show on Earth: Amongst the Clowns of Newark|Lizzie Crocker|March 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hear him tell it, he set Barnum up in business and loaned the Ringling boys their first money.David Lannarck, Midget|George S. Harney
Here the funeral of a brother, Otto Ringling, was held in 1911.
In 1889 I went with the Ringling circus, and I have been with it ever since.The Autobiography of a Clown|Isaac Frederick Marcosson
Ringling residence stood the first church in the Baraboo valley.
Mr. Ringling died soon after, January 1, 1916, in the large mansion around the corner to the right.