This rare 1940s circus poster was printed by the Neal Walters Poster Corporation in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, most likely for the Wallace and Clark Circus. It features a giant Siberian tiger at its fiercest, with its mouth yawning open and its fangs and teeth bared. This is the dramatic scene circus goers flocked to see.
This vintage poster takes us back to an earlier era when the traveling circus was a great source of excitement every summer in the communities it visited. The poster says, on the side, "For good clean amusement see a circus," and this is how Americans felt about the circuses which visited annually.
If you love vintage circus posters, as we all do, this poster is a must have.