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Tom Roepke, El Maida Shrine ringmaster, introduces

Tom Roepke, El Maida Shrine ringmaster, introduces

Tom Roepke, El Maida Shrine ringmaster, introduces the Shriners Circus production team at the El Paso County Coliseum, Nov. 11. The event raised money for the Shriner’s ongoing operations and continued charity.... More

Ceremonies - Illinois thru Massachusetts - Float in Shriners' Parade, New Orleans, LA., May 25, 1918

Ceremonies - Illinois thru Massachusetts - Float in Shriners' Parade, ...

Date Taken: 5/25/1918. - Photographer: Louis T. Fritch, New Orleans, LA. Ceremonies - Illinois thru Massachusetts

Shriners from the El Maida Shrine, dressed as clowns,

Shriners from the El Maida Shrine, dressed as clowns,

Shriners from the El Maida Shrine, dressed as clowns, render a salute during the Shriner Circus at the El Paso County Coliseum, Nov. 11. The Shriners took a moment to honor past and present service members by a... More

Joseph Dominick Bauer, performer with the George Carden

Joseph Dominick Bauer, performer with the George Carden

Joseph Dominick Bauer, performer with the George Carden Circus International, jumps rope while balancing on the spinning metal contraption known as the “Wheel of Destiny” during the El Maida Shriner Circus at t... More

Joseph Dominick Bauer, performer with the George Carden

Joseph Dominick Bauer, performer with the George Carden

Joseph Dominick Bauer, performer with the George Carden Circus International, prepares himself for another trip around on the spinning metal contraption known as the “Wheel of Destiny” during the El Maida Shrin... More

Performers from the George Carden Circus International

Performers from the George Carden Circus International

Performers from the George Carden Circus International perform a bicycle jump stunt during the El Maida Shriner Circus at the El Paso County Coliseum, Nov. 11. The shrine circus featured a variety of different ... More

David Smith Jr., human cannonball with the George Carden

David Smith Jr., human cannonball with the George Carden

David Smith Jr., human cannonball with the George Carden Circus International, prepares himself to be launched 100 feet across the circus into an awaiting net during the El Maida Shriner Circus at the El Paso C... More

Performers from the George Carden Circus International

Performers from the George Carden Circus International

Performers from the George Carden Circus International thank the audience for their attendance during the El Maida Shriner Circus at the El Paso County Coliseum, Nov. 11. In addition to offering families enter... More

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