Cranbrook Elephant Stampede: 0367.0001

Cranbrook Elephant Stampede
0367.0001

0367.0001: Cranbrook Elephant Stampede

The Great Elephant Hunt - newspaper ad in 1926 local newspaper. Ad copy reads: The last of the lost Elephants caught today. Charlie Ed. The great clown elephant of the Sells-Floto circus will be exhibited at the Cranbrook Fall Fair on Conklin and Garrett Midway. See him with his indian captors and his expert elephant trainer. Since his being re-christened: His name will be "Cranbrook ED" from now on. Remember the dates September 16, 17 and 18. Conklin and Garrett Midway. He will go home after the fair.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  1926
Collection:  Cranbrook Archives (0367)

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