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Jack Ray: Selling Glamour and Illusion

 
Banner used in a North American Carnival Museum and Archives exhibit about Jack Ray.
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Artist and midway designer Jack C. Ray.
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James Conklin on how Jack Ray got started in the business.
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An adverisement for John C. (Jack) Ray's business in California.
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Jack Ray's Toronto business card.
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Toronto Star building where Jack worked as a staff artist early in his career.
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James Conklin on Jack Ray working for his father.
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James Wesley (Patty) Conklin, Showman and "King of the Carnivals".
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Frank R. Conklin, brother of Patty Conklin and part owner of Conklin Shows.
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Conklin & Garrett Shows in British Columbia.
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Conklin & Garrett All Canadian Shows carnival lot in Nelson, British Columbia.
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Early Conklin horse drawn wagon and the Conklin All Canadian carnival office.
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Early Conklin & Garrett's "Circus Side Show" banner line and bally.
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1934 Conklin Shows banner line.
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"Hollywood Chimps" banner line.
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"Ernie and Len" banner line in front of show.
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Early "Ernie and Len" banner line on a Conklin lot.
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A Conklin Show's midway at night. "Ernie and Len" show to the right.
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