From Ohio History Central
The 1956 Ohio State Fair opened on Friday, August 24 with a sellout crowd attending a grandstand performance by America's "King of the Cowboys," Ohio native Roy Rogers. It was Rogers's first appearance at a state fair. Rogers, his wife Dale Evans, Trigger, and their performing troupe headlined the five-day event. This poster announcing the show also advertises the "Farm Animal Babyland" at the fairgrounds in Columbus. The poster measures 21" x 14" (53.34 x 35.56 cm).
Published material; OVS 4297
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