Lithographed German Postcard of Lionel at
5 Years Old, circa 1907.
Jo Jo in his day commanded one
of the highest salaries in the history of the sideshow business-- a clear
indication of the extent to which we will go, and the dimes and quarters
we will pay to be startled by a human being with the wild hair of an animal.
(To be continued)
Page last updated: 10/24/06
Bejano, Percilla (Lauther) "Monkey-Girl"
Burmese Hairy Family (Moung Phoset, etc.)
Carter, Bella "The Mare-Woman" [mm115]
Doherty, Alice E. "Minnesota Wooley Child" "Dog Faced Girl"
Farini, Krao "The Missing Link"
Gonsales, Petrus "Tenerife Hairy Man"[rp]
Gonsales Sisters (children of Petrus) [rp]
Jo Jo "Russian Dog Faced Boy" (Jeftichew, Feodor )
Kee-Boo "The Wolf Girl" (Gilbert, Grace)
Leon "Red-Haired Lion Faced Man" [blk 0-800]
Lionel "The Man With The Lion's Mane" (Bilgraski, Stephen.aka Bibrowski)
Lionette "The Lion-Face Girl" (Dora Gutterman) [d,rl]
Rham Sam [blk 0-435]
"Ricky" (Resident Mystery. Mush or Muff?)[d]
Tarantino, Eleander "Horse Tail Woman" [blk 0-411-412]
Updike, Colon T. "Horse Tail Man" [blk 0-406, mr67]
Ursler, Barbara [fd191]
Wolf-People, The "Chuy the Wolf Boy/Monkey Boy" "Lili The Wolf Girl"
"Larry & Danny, The Wolf Brothers." (Thanks to VeeKay The Clown)
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Bernard L. Kobel Catalogue
Daniel P. Mannix
multi-talented, appears in more than one category
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