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Family members gathered for a family reunion at Alfred Henderson Mann's home. Ezra Lilly is pictured in the center wearing a white shirt and tie. His wife is beside him in the print dress holding a child.
Family members gather around the buffet table.
Family members prepare plates from a buffet.
Pictured is Minnie, Stella (Charles P. Wood's mother), Grace, Elsie, and Lola. The mann brothers are Cyrus W., Arvel, and Henry "Oather".
Thomas Lilly (born June 11, 1885) stands next to Grace Blanche Lilly Meador Hatcher (born in 1919) and a young Robert Cecil Meador (born 1942).
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.
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.
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.
Young girls run around the maypole decorated in streamers. Subjects unidentified.
A marching band makes their way down a street lined with spectators.
A crowd lines along the sidewalk as they eagerly await the procession.
The couple is pictured in front of a stone wall that borders a shaded home.
Tommy Smith Trail and Edith Jeffries Adkins stand outside a building drinking from straws.
Murvel "Jack" Lilly, Juanita E. Lilly, and Nancy L. Lilly pose together for a picture. To the right, in the background, is their grandmother, Lula M. Cook.
Front row is Murvel and Juanita Lilly. Back row, from left to right, is Nancy Lilly, Virgie Lilly, Denver Cook and Lula Cook.
Denver and Benny Cook are pictured together in front of a wire fence.
F. G. "Happy" Elmore, pensioned in 1945 and later died in 1954, is pictured holding his little girl.
Jack Dillon, left, and Al Morgan,right, pose with their coach in front of the bleachers.