Ringling, Albert C.

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  • Date Created2013-09-10 14:51:31
  • Coverage1852-1916
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  • Article TitleAlbert C. Ringling
  • Page TitleAlbert C. Ringling
  • Short TitleAlbert C. Ringling
  • Index TitleRingling, Albert C.
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  • Page DescriptionThe eldest of the seven Ringling brothers, Albert (Al) C. Ringling was the founder and leader of the Ringling Bros. Circus, which grew from a small overland show into the country’s largest and most celebrated touring circus.
  • TeaserThe eldest of the seven Ringling brothers, Albert (Al) C. Ringling was the founder and leader of the Ringling Bros. Circus, which grew from a small overland show into the country’s largest and most celebrated touring circus.
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