Bandwagon is the bimonthly journal of the Circus Historical Society. Originated in 1940 as SPEC, it is still in print today. The magazine was renamed as Bandwagon in 1941. The headquarters is in Colombus, Ohio. Contributing writers include Stuart Thayer and William L. Slout.

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  • Bandwagon is the bimonthly journal of the Circus Historical Society. Originated in 1940 as SPEC, it is still in print today. The magazine was renamed as Bandwagon in 1941. The headquarters is in Colombus, Ohio. Contributing writers include Stuart Thayer and William L. Slout. (en)
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  • Bandwagon is the bimonthly journal of the Circus Historical Society. Originated in 1940 as SPEC, it is still in print today. The magazine was renamed as Bandwagon in 1941. The headquarters is in Colombus, Ohio. Contributing writers include Stuart Thayer and William L. Slout. (en)
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