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Tractor pulling a float in the Thanksgiving Day parade in Morgantown, W. Va.
Man diving off of a high ladder at the fairgrounds in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Two women carry the Stewartstown Community Banner in the Rain.
Two African Americans on a float in the parade.
Two horses stand behind a wagon in the Monongalia County Bicentennial Parade. Water is seen on the road. Man wearing a poncho indicating rain.
Men in a float re-enact George Washington crossing the Delaware for the large crowds lining High Street.
Members of University High School march down the street during the Sesquicentennial Parade in Morgantown, W. Va.
'Sesqui-centennial parade, Morgantown, Oct. 22, 1926.  Historical float depicting life and dress of early settlers.  Man, Max Mathers, great grandson of Col. Zaquill Morgan, Woman, Margaret V. Reay, great great great grandaughter of Col. John Evans.'
Children man tables with eamples of crafts and activities from their respective playgrounds.
'Morgantown fire dept. helps welcome the centennial showboat Rhododendron to town.'
Three ladies in white dresses ride on the Morgan Shirt Company float.
'Joe Farland Mine 5583.  National 4040.';
Members in the front row include from left to right: 'Robin Core, Nancy Capelli, Mary Ann Horton, Patty Palumbo, Katy Muffly, Karen Suarez.'
'Mike Vargo in the Hat, and Frank Vargo.'
'Mike Vargo in the hat with Frank Vargo.'
'Russell L. Long, Morgantown, W. Va. on high stilts, walks 3 to 4 hour periods on them.  This picture taken on High and corner of Pleasant Street - My construction of my stilts and the foot pivot is my own invention and makes it possible for me to move with comparative ease being a mechanical tall-man the hours I perform on them.  My leg stilts allow me to spread and stoop to go through doors from the sidewalks stilting indoors, and come out again on the sidewalk.  Many business places I have done stilting inside.'
'Possibly a 4th of July 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.'
Crowds gather on the Courthouse Square to see Governor Wally Barron and actor Don Knotts who are standing at the podium.
A lady and a child exit the State Department of Health Mobile X-ray unit in Morgantown, W. Va.
Group of people stand next to a monument with a plaque on it.
Project Alert poster is on courthouse square.
A parade goes down High Street at night in Morgantown, W. Va.
Two men riding in a horse drawn buggy advertising for Whiston for Sheriff during the Monongalia County Bicentennial Parade.
Children are waiting in line to visit with Santa Claus.
Oxen lead a covered wagon in the Monongalia County Bicentennial Parade.
Colonial drum corp and other participants lining up on Monongahela Boulevard for the Monongalia County Bicentennial Parade.
Two girls with umbrellas carry the flag of 1776 with 13 stars in the Monongalia County Bicentennial parade.
On a rainy day a jeep is pulling a float in the Monongalia Bicentennial Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
On a rainy day two horses are pulling a covered wagon in the Monongalia Bicentennial Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Man holding a flag.
Man dressed as Uncle Sam holding a umbrella.
Man dressed as Uncle Sam holding a umbrella.
On a rainy day, four cattle are pulling a covered wagon in the Monongalia Bicentennial Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Group of young African American children in colonial costumes marching while playing the drums.
A wagon carrying people advertising Ball for Circuit Court Judge rides in the Monongalia Bicentennial Parade in Morgantown, West Virginia.
A boy carrying a banner labeled 'Hastings Stable' leads a group of people on horseback and a covered wagon.
Two men with umbrellas stand on the road.
Woman with an umbrella holds the hand of a small girl.
A truck in the parade carries a group of people down Beechurst Avenue.