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1. Elephant Captivity Valentine Elephant Captivity Valentine Greeting cards; Valentines; Holidays; Love; Hearts; Boys; Girls; Children; Elephants; Circuses & shows; Circus animals; A boy and girl stand in front of a elephant held captive behind a fence. A striped circus tent is visible in the background. The children hold something, likely peanuts to feed the elephant.

2. Circus Valentine Circus Valentine Greeting cards; Valentines; Holidays; Love; Hearts; Circuses & shows; Circus performers; Circus animals; Lions; Tigers; Balls (Sporting goods); A female animal tamer gestures to a tiger balancing on a ball at a circus marked with the word "Valentine." A winking lion and tiger watch from the background.

3. Elephant circus Valentine Elephant circus Valentine Greeting cards; Valentines; Holidays; Elephants; Circuses & shows; Circus performers; Hearts; Love; Circus animals; An elephant wearing a blanket with a heart emblazoned with the words "Be My Valentine" lifts a girl in circus costume into the air.

4. John Moses, Archie O. Johnson and elephant in governor's office, Bismarck, N.D. John Moses, Archie O. Johnson and elephant in governor's office, Bismarck, N.D. Elephants; Circuses & shows; Governors; Capitols; Desks; Governor John Moses sits behind his desk during the visit of an elephant to the governor's office. Archie O. Johnson and an unidentified man watch from a distance. The elephant was part of a circus that...

5. Ringling Bros. memorial, Wahpeton, N.D. Ringling Bros. memorial, Wahpeton, N.D. Circuses & shows; Cemeteries; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Monuments; A memorial in the shape of a broken pole with chain and rope over a circus tent marks the resting places of Charles Smith and Charles Walters, Ringling Bros. circus employees who were killed in Wahpeton...
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