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Dan Barth

Associated Press called this program “Barth’s museum and show on the road” and was recorded by Smithsonian as first wagon show to return to circuit in early 1980’s. Barth created and co-produced the nationally aired Living History TV Series “America on Tour” in 1992 with co-host Bill Garlow Cody who was, at the time, the last living grandson of William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, and has advised universities, Network TV Productions (TLC- 1999), and even in a New York Broadway Production “Medicine Show” at American Place Theater. Other credits: 1997 NFL Super Bowl Commissioners Ball in New Orleans, 1981 America’s Bi-centennial in Yorktown, VA, and 1996 Atlanta Wild West Fest during the Olympic Games. An original one-of-a-kind.  

  The Pre-1920’s antique box wagon used as a base for this show is a collectors item, and was originally horse-drawn on mud roads, following track of vintage automobiles. Today, decorated with vintage artwork, artifacts, and sporting pictures of performers and shows of the past, with a simulated living quarters, it lends a glimpse of early American Show business travel and lifestyle. A continuous attraction for all ages. 

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