Decoy Elephants: 0469.0010

Decoy Elephants
0469.0010

0469.0010: Decoy Elephants

Two elephants, presumed to be Frieda and Trilby, from the Sells-Floto Circus herd staked out as decoys, probably for the capture of Myrtle out in the Jap Lake area SE of Cranbrook.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1926
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0469)

Subjects:

Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Events arrow Circusesarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Events arrow Elephant Stampedearrow
Natural History arrow Animals arrow Elephantarrow

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