Clowns in the Mountain West Digital Library
Clowns! Does the idea of clowns fill you with happy thoughts of your childhood visit to the circus, or do you have Coulrophobia or the fear of clowns? Are the clowns in the MWDL happy or terrifying? Let’s find out!
It will be no surprise that the Mountain West Digital Library has photographs of rodeo clowns.
|This Rodeo Clown from the late 1930s is carrying a doll. From the Uintah County Library Thorne Photograph Collection.|
This clown photo from the Scottsdale Public Library is rather adorable:
|Clowns in the 1995 Parada del Sol Parade. From the Scottsdale (AZ) Remembers: Recollections of our Past collection via the Arizona Memory Project|
This clown looks very very sad:
|Circus Clowns P.1 From the Utah State Historical Society Classified Photograph Collection|
Here is a clown musical band!
|Clown Musical Band, from the University of Nevada Las Vegas Southern Nevada: The Boomtown Years Collection|
What happened to this student at the University of Nevada Reno? Did she make it to Clown College? It looks like she would be a perfect candidate for clown-related higher education.
|Betty Dittmer, business major who planned to attend Clown College, from the University of Nevada Reno Campus Images collection|
Have we inspired any clown related Halloween costumes? What’s your favorite clown photo from a digital collection?