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Polack Brothers Circus in United States
Polack Brothers Circus
Closed down 1976
Directors Louis P. Stern
Head keepers of elephants 1965: William "Buckles" Woodcock (elephant trainer) 1946-1950: Cheerful Gardner (elephant trainer) -1965: Mac Macdonald (elephant trainer) Elephant keepers
Polack Brothers Circus,
, was founded in 1931. Polack Brothers Circus closed down in 1976. Comments / picturesInitially 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.
References for records about Polack Brothers Circus
Recommended CitationKoehl, Dan (2023). Polack Brothers Circus, Elephant Encyclopedia. Available online at https://www.elephant.se/location2.php?location_id=492. ( archived at the Wayback machine) Sources used for this article is among others:
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