Myrtle Corbin, the Four-Legged Woman Myrtle's extra legs belonged to her dipygus twin sister. Myrtle worked for P. Barnum and Ringling Bros and often dressed her extra feet in shoes and stockings. Myrtle later married a doctor and had five children.
Alice Elizabeth Doherty was the only known person born in the United States with the exceedingly rare condition hypertrichosis lanuginosa or “dog-faced” hypertrichosis. She was known as the 'Minnesota Wooly Baby' when she was a child.
I have a postcard of this image that reads: "Jimmy Armstrong The Clown, Clyde Beatty Circus, This photograph is by Bruce Davidson. However, on the Metropolitan Museum of Art website Davidson's photograph is labeled, "Clown and Circus Tent.