The Ringling brothers were seven siblings who transformed their small touring company of performers into one of America's largest circuses in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. All of them were orn in McGregor,Iowa and raised in Baraboo,Wisconsin.They merged their Ringling Brothers Circus with America's other leading circus troupes,ultimately creating the Ringling Bros.Barnum & Bailey Circus, which still tours today under their name.
Microwavable Choc LAVA cakes * use •Dove Dark Chocolate Promises for that gooey center ** can make ahead and pour into mason jars. *** Then microwave RIGHT IN the jars! without the ring & lid, ofcourse. How cool is that??
Mason Cash Baker Street is here to stay! These beautiful collection from the iconic British Baking company would look perfect in any kitchen decor! The dessert molds, mixing bowls, pinch bowls and measuring jugs and cups are making us feel all Downton Abbey! We might just bake a pound cake for the whole family to enjoy!
1910 Maytag Runabout in original, unrestored condition. The Maytag-Mason Motor Company of Waterloo, Iowa manufactured Maytag automobiles from 1910 to 1915. The company's founder was Frederick Louis Maytag I, who is better known for his development of the Maytag washing machine company.He bought the Mason Automobile Co. in 1909 and then sold his interest.The company went bankrupt in 1915 and was totally out of business by 1917. Approximately 1,500 cars were built.
Elbridge Mason Ball (1836-1864), Confederate, Company G, 27th Arkansas Infantry, deserted April 1863, served in Union Army Co. C, 4th Ark. Mtd Inf., captured, hung on May 5, 1864, buried Ball Cemetery, Independence co., Arkansas. Left widow and 4 children, including a son born in 1864.