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Townspeople are watching a parade at the corner of High and Walnut Streets in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Large crowd of people in at the Chadwick Day Celebration in Morgantown, W. Va.
Men in colonial costume marching in a parade.
'Russell L. Long his Photos.  Will note these happen to be old time pictures taken in Morgantown, W. Va. street parade events.  One of November 11, 1918, other two on a Labor Day parade.  While I did the impersonation of Charlie Chaplin, his double in both parades here in Morgantown, W. Va.  Might add that my first impersonating of Chaplin was with the old Dixy Theatre on High Street, now where Reiner and Co. in business today.  If you look carefully you can see on these pictures some change in new buildings on High Street, and whereabouts been put up.  Of course, myself, could give more detail or anybody else that has lived around this city long enough to know could recall by looking at these pictures what has been changed, etc.'
Members of University High School march down the street during the Sesquicentennial Parade in Morgantown, W. Va.
Two African Americans on a float in the parade.
Men in a float re-enact George Washington crossing the Delaware for the large crowds lining High Street.
A crowd observes as the M. W. of A. float makes its way down the street.