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Jeeps filled with boy scouts head down Ballengee Street to participate in the parade. To the left is Carnagie Library.
A small dog rests his head out the window of an automobile.
Jack Dillon, left, and Al Morgan,right, pose with their coach in front of the bleachers.
Tommy Smith Trail poses on the bridge's pedestrian walkway.
Marching band gets in position on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Ballengee Street. Ann Harvey Gore's parents home pictured on the far right.
A marching band and parade spectators move past the courthouse and Memorial Building, pictured on the left of the photo.
A woman walks alone passing empty stores on Temple Street.
Tommy Smith Trail and Edith Jeffries Adkins stand outside a building drinking from straws.
The couple is pictured in front of a stone wall that borders a shaded home.
Young girls run around the maypole decorated in streamers. Subjects unidentified.
A crowd lines along the sidewalk as they eagerly await the procession.