Polack Brothers Circus, located in United States, was founded in 1931. Polack Brothers Circus closed down in 1976.
Initially railroad carnivals that were operated by brothers Irving R. and Harry R. Polack. Alternative names: Rutherford Greater Shows, Polack Bros. World at Home Shows, Polack Bros. Greater Shows and Twenty Big Shows.
1919-03-20: Harry passed away at Brunswick, GA, age 42.
1931: Louis P. Stern became partner with Irving as founders of Polack Brothers Circus.
1949-07-13: Irving passed away in Van Nuys, CA, age 64. His widow Bessie (d. 1962) took over his share.
1976: Louis P. Stern sold the show.