Fair Carnival

In addition to the animal judging, the home related exhibits, the car, horse, and dog races, and the grandstand shows, the Fair always had a carnival or its equivalent. For example, in 1926, the Morris and Castle Carnival entertained fairgoers. Besides the rides, food, and other attractions, the carnivals usually included a "girlie show" or two. Below are two photographs of such shows in 1940.

Alice Melville's