• Temperance Parade, Richland Center, Wisconsin, 1911.

    Postcard, divided notes: Divided back indicates 1907 or after. Stamp box indicates 1904-1918. Front Picture Description: Black and white image of a wagon full of children and 2 men being pulled by a h…

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 7

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Looking north on Main Street at intersection of Court Street. Shows many people along or in street, lots of flags and bunting. Signs on left/west side of Main…

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 8

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Looking east on Court Street from the intersection with Central Avenue. Lots of flags and bunting, people along and in street. Signs on left/north side of cour…

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 4

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Large crowd around and on top of the train cars after the arrival of the veterans.

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 2

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Large crowd around the train depot awaiting the train with the veterans on it.

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 5

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Shows Richland County Honor Roll Service Flag with number 714 on it. Written on front, “Service Flag Richland Co. Honor Day 7-25-1919”. Crowd of veterans and o…

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 5

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Shows Richland County Honor Roll Service Flag with number 714 on it. Written on front, “Service Flag Richland Co. Honor Day 7-25-1919”. Crowd of veterans and o…

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  • Company H on parade

    Postcard of Company H, Manitowoc.

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 9

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Looking at the Auditorium from the intersection of Central Avenue and Mill Street. Lots of bunting and flags on outside of building. Several people sitting and…

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 3

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Large crowd around the train depot awaiting the train with the veterans on it.

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 6

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Shows “Welcome Home” arch built over Central Avenue between Court and Seminary Streets. Sign, “Boy Scouts”, on left / east side of street and “A. H. Krouskop &…

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  • M.W.A. pageant

    Benke, Hermann C., 1869-1946

    Benke postcard. Lester Public Library Collection. "M. W. A. Pageant, Two Rivers, Wis."

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  • Westford Township Semi-Centennial Parade, Cazenovia, Westford Township, Richland County, Wisconsin, 1908

    Goettings, William E., Wonewoc, Juneau County 1915-1925??

    Divided back postcard notes: Divided back indicates 1907 or after. Stamp box indicates 1904-1918. Front Picture Description: Black and white image of a parade in Cazenovia. There is a band, horses, bu…

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  • July 4, 1920

    Benke, Hermann C., 1869-1946

    Benke postcard. Lester Public Library Collection. "July 4, 1920, Two Rivers, Wis."

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 1

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Shows train coming in to the station carrying the veterans.

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  • Aluminum Goods parade

    "No. 7 A.G.M. Co. Picnic Parade, Aug. 3, 1918" This postcard of the Aluminum Goods Manufacturing Company parade shows Franklin Street. The Company was located at South Fifteenth and Franklin Streets.…

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  • Service Flag, Richland County Honor Day, Richland Center, Wisconsin, 25 July 1919

    Divided back postcard notes: Divided back indicates 1907 or after. Stamp box indicates 1910-1930. Front Picture Description: Image shows a large number of unidentified World War I soldiers and their f…

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  • Dick Bros. float

    Benke, Hermann C., 1869-1946

    "Float Ready for the Parade, Manitowoc, Wis." The postcard shows the Dick Brothers Bakery's horse-drawn parade float. Jerome and Hector Dick's bakery was first located at 806 Buffalo Street, later mov…

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  • World War I Honor Day Parade 12

    Day the World War One veterans returned. Shows large crowd of people in front of a stand with Civil War veterans on it. Sign on building behind them reads, “A H Krouskop Buggies Wagons Learn About Our…

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  • July 4, 1910

    Benke, Hermann C., 1869-1946

    Benke postcard. Lester Public Library Collection. "July 4, 1910 Two Rivers, Wis." parade scene with the Quinn Athletic Club float passing by.

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