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  • Tags: Parade

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This snapshot from an unidentified parade, probably during the 1950s, shows majorettes passing in front of the Esso station at the intersection of Depot and King Streets. The Boone Post Office is visible at upper right.

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This snapshot from an unidentified parade, probably during the 1950s, shows a Confederate reenactor passing in front of the Esso station at the intersection of Depot and King Streets. The Boone Post Office is visible at upper right.

Par-Wes-02-029.jpg
This snapshot from an unidentified parade, probably during the 1950s, shows a color guard passing in front of the Esso station at the intersection of Depot and King Streets. The Boone Post Office is visible at upper right.

Par-Wes-02-028.jpg
This snapshot from an unidentified parade, probably during the 1950s, shows majorettes passing in front of the Esso station at the intersection of Depot and King Streets. The Boone Post Office is visible at upper right.

Par-Wes-02-027.jpg
This snapshot from an unidentified parade, probably during the 1950s, shows an unidentified float, possibly for a sorority, as it passes in front of the Hunt's Department Store on King Street (right). A piano is mounted in the back of the truck.

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This snapshot from an unidentified parade, probably during the 1950s, shows the Business Club float in the back of a Farmers Hardware truck as it passes near the intersection of King and Depot Streets. The Boone Post Office is visible at upper left.

Par-Wes-02-025.jpg
This snapshot from an unidentified parade, probably during the 1950s, shows the Appalachian Band as it passes near the intersection of King and Depot Streets. The Boone Post Office is visible at upper center left.

Par-Wes-02-024.jpg
This snapshot from an unidentified parade, probably during the 1950s, shows the Justice Hall float as it passes near the intersection of King and Depot Streets.

Par-Wes-02-023.jpg
This snapshot from an unidentified parade, probably during the 1950s, shows Tweetsie Junior, a popular kiddie ride from downtown Blowing Rock, riding atop a flatbed truck near the intersection of King and Depot Streets.

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Reel #6 of the films in the George Flowers Collection, this undated (1960s) 8mm reel begins with footage of Shriners participating in an unidentified parade, possibly in Asheville, NC. This footage is similar to, but not identical to, the footage…
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