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A string of decorated cars make their way through the intersection of Ballengee Street and 2nd Avenue as a crowd watches from the sidelines.
A young boy dressed in a football uniform sits on top of a decorated car that will participate in the Army Day Parade. Subject unidentified.
Women dressed in fancy gowns stand on a float as four horses drag it along the corner of Ballengee Street and 2nd Avenue. Spectators line the sidewalks as they observe the spectacle. Subjects unidentified.
The two decorated vehicles make their way down Temple Street. The float in back advertises Plumley-Hulme Co.
A Palace Clothing Co. parade float decorated in American flags is drawn by two horses.
A crowd watches at the intersection of 2nd Avenue and Ballengee Street as a parade float disguised as a train drives by.
Women in bathing suits sit on top of a float with a cut-out in the shape of West Virginia with "almost heaven" painted on it. Trucks pulling the floats wait for their queue.
Two horses pull the float down Temple Street.
A float shaped as an artillery tank makes its way down Temple Street while young boys dressed as sailors carry American flags and signs for the drugstore.
Uniformed soldiers and nurses sit in what appears to be a Red Cross parade float drawn by horses down Temple Street.
Parade floats make their way down Temple Street.
Horses draped in Red Cross flags pull a cart covered in uniformed persons and decorated seats. The drug store is pictured in the background.